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Obituary. MR ANGELO BUCKENARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Obituary. MR ANGELO BUCKENARA;' One of the most respected residents of the district passed away on Wed nesday last in the person of Mr Angelo Buckenara, who was bornj in Belgium 90 years ago. He spent, his youth at sea and then settled in South Australia for a number of years. Of his family, the beat known in this district is Mr Peter Buckenara, of^ 'Floralgrove,' Ferguson, and it .was at his residence that the deceased spent the declining years of ' his life. Death came as the result of an acci dent, caused through the late Mr Buckenara having a heavy fall and breaking his thigh. He lingered for several weeks. His remains were laid in the Anglican new cemetery.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Municipal Council. ELECTRIC LIGHT REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

itaicipa! Soonoil. ? — «fr L T,, . ELECTRIC LIGHT REFERENDUM. The referendum of property owners to decide whether a loan of £'2,00q should be obtained for the purchase of underfeed stokers and heavier cabling took place last Wednesday, at the Council Chambers, Mr W. L. Thomas acting as returning officer. There are 751 persons on the MuniciDal Roll, and of these only 384 persons exercised their votes. The results of the poll are as follows : — Foi the loan 257 ; Against 125 ; Majority for 132 ;- Informal 2. NOMINATIONS. Following are the nominations forj the Municipal elections, which will take place on Wednesday next. Mayor — Mr J. G. Baldock (unop „ posed). ? Councillors : — South Ward — Mr W. Cross (un opposed.) Central Ward — Messrs A. North and A. Richardson. North Ward — Messrs W. J. Buswell and M. E. Wallace. The retiring Mayor, Mr W. L. Thomas, deeided, after obtaining legal advice, that he was unable to resign his appointment as returning officer and staud for election to th...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Bunbury Municipal Council. MR. GREENWOOD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 22 November 1919

Bunbyry luniGipa! Oo^noii. MR GREENWOOD'S REPORT. At the invitation of the Mayor, a number of ratepayers, including many of the leading business men of tbe town, attended the special meeting held on Thursday evening, to consid er the reports and charges made by the late assistant Town Clerk, and also the auditors' and other renorts bearing on the\matter. _. The Mayor, in opening the meet ing, said that he had requested tbe , ratepayers to be present to consider rthe statements touched upon in the 'Sunday Times'., aad which were 'now scattered broadcast throughout the State. No such thing as silence on these matters was now possible, and he desired to place the whole of the facts before them. He would firstly refer to Mr Green wood's appointment. It had been considered advisable to secure ad ditional clerical assistance in the office, and applications were adver tised for in several papers. A num ber of replies were received and after a thorough consideration, it was decided to appoi...

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

Furniture worth having must, not only be good to look upon w_hen new but also consistently give sound sat tisfactory service duting many years' wear. ZIMPEL'S Furniture is built to last a lifetime. It is design, ed by his own artists, and made from selected materials by expert crafts men in his own workshop. That is why you always rely on the value at Zimpel's. / / ? . . CENTRAL WARD. To the Ratepayers of Central Ward. V 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 I am confident that much can be done for the further development of Bunbury's resources, and at all times I will endeavour to forward any progressive schemes that would lead to a greater Bun...

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

Yarloop. I From On r Correspondent) Some -pleasant nights linger for ever in our memories, as well: as many that are not so pleasant.' 'We r/nve hail many p'easant sorial gath ering in our -local hall, but rone so delightful as the diners'- social even ing .on- the .nth ot thi-_ month. If w;;.s social; gorgeous 'and very ^iiman The dieirers kimv what isbest-al- culated to please the average taste in song, dance and refreshments. The beauty and ihe chivalry of ihe place made a picturesque blend as thf-y whirled through the mazes of the select dance programme. The old familiar faces we have seen so often during the afflicting war period were all there, and it is to thediggers' credit that there were no 'wallflow- ers'. Secretary Day and ceremony master Fisk are certainly entitled to much congratulation for the success of the function. We should like to hear more of trie songstress who charmed us with 'When You Come Home'. : Yarloop chorus, 'Let's all go down to the trains'. So screech...

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

C. S. Dickson Expert Boiler Maker. Consulting and Supervising Boiler Maker. Boiler. Shipping and all Classes of Repairs a Specialtiy. Cutting and Welding all Metals by ? Oxy-Acetylene Process. Coils of All Descriptions Made. 2-8 JOHN STREET, PERTH. Phone No., A 4639. ESTIMATES GIVEN. First Class Workmanship. Charges Moderate. Telephone A3237. Empire Motor forks W. Riches and F. Peaxce, Pro prietors. 59 MELBOURNE ROAD, PERTH. (Opposite Goods Shed.) * Complete Overhaul and Repairs, Tyres, etc. COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY. MOTOR. CAR PAINTING carried out on the premises by Chris McCarthy (Late Forman, Daniel White and C. Estimates given for High-class -Varnishing, Etc. MOTOR OWNERS! Kindly Note that — VETTER& Co. 'have taken over the well-known Garage of A. -J. NOEL, 92, Murray Street, PERTH, Where your work and your repairs will continue to receive best and prompt attention. MILEAGE ECONOMY 'COLO' Tyres RELIABILITY, COMFORT Made in Australia for Australian Conditions. Western Aus...

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Scrutiny of Ballot Papers in Senate Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

Seriitin'sf of Ballot Papers : in Senate Elections. The whole of the ballot-papers for the State will be examined and ail in formal ballot papers; rejected. Note:— A Senate ballot paper will be-informal if it lias not indicated on it, by the numbers i, 2, 3, and so on, the order of the voter's preference for twice the number of candidates to be elected plus one, or if the whole num ber of candidates be not more than twice the number to be elected then for all the candidates. First Vacancy. ? In filling the first vacancy, a count will be made of the first preference votes given ^or each candidate on the unrejected ballot papers. All ballot papers on which a first preference vote is giveu to the sauna candidate will be .counted; to that candidate and placed in his parcel,, he candidate who has received the largest number of first preference votes will, if that number represents au absolute majority of votes, ^be elected. If no candidate has received an absolute majority of first prefe...

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Sport in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

Sport in England, News has been received that Mr Eustace Cohen, for some years archi tect in' this town, will shortly be re turning to Australia, when he ?will- resume work in conjunction with Mr Herbert Eales in Perth. We must congratulate him on again having been mentioned in despatches (this the third time) in Haig's despatch covering the last offensive of the war this time last year. Mr Cohen was always a keen sport and the following account of the time he is' having in his old home in North Wales will be of interest to his con temporaries here. 23/9/19. — I have taken a jolly nice little shoot up rhe Conway Valley. Gil and I go up there with a wild brute of a dog and tear all over the place in chase after him, but the ground requires about tour guns to make a job of it. 1 went up yester day and it rained in torrents all day, nevertheless I bagged 1^ brace of partridges, 4 rabbits and a snipe to my lone gun, not so bad considering the weather and the mad dog ! My brother Hugh is...

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Bunbury Race Club. MEETING DECEMBER 10th, 1919. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

Bunbury B&cg Club. MEETING DECEMBER 10th, 1919 First and Second Class Plates : A handicap of £40 divided into two' stakes and ,;? constituting two races To be classified by the haiidieapper. Each distance . to be six furlongs. Nomination 7/6. 1 First Class Plate;— A handicap of £20, second ho rse to receive ^23 and third horse £2 out of stake. Six furlongs. Acceptance 7/6. 2 Trial Stakes. — A handicap of ^'15, second horse' to receive .£3 ; third horse £2 out of stake. For horses that have never won a stake.of the nett value of -£10 or over, and own ed and trained .within a 75-mile radius of Bunbury on or before 1st November, 1919. Seven fur longs: Nom. ijs., accept. 6s. 3 ..BUNBURY HANDICAP of £50 second horse to receive £7 arid third horse £% out of stake, lj miles Nom. 20s., accept, 20s. 4 Second Class- Plate. — A handi cap of £20, second horse to receive £3, third horse -£2 out of stake. .' Six furlongs. Acceptance 7/6. 5 Picton Handicap of .£15, second horse to receive ...

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Dardanup [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

Dardanup (From Our Correspondent), Mr Corboy, the present member for Swan in the Federal Parliament, addressed the electors at Dardanup on Thursday last and dealt with the pros and cons of the present situation from the Labour point of view. He was given a good hearing. The electors are hoping to be given an opportunity to hear the other candid ates before the elections take place. (C. Fattorini, Victoria St. Bun bury). It is with great regret that I have to report the death of Mr Buckenara, senior, who was so long a resident at Ferguson. Mr Buckenara was of a great age and was unfortunate enough to break his leg recently and it was considered advisable to remove him to Bunbury, where he died, The funeral took place on Thursday and was well attended. The sym pathy of the district is extended to the relatives. Mr Patrick Garyey, another very old settler in this district, is extreme ly ill and very little hope is entertain ed for his recovery, Buyers of the worthy and high priced 'spu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

- We want you to call on us and get our prices and catalogues of the following : — Ford Oars and Ford Trucks, Studebaker Cars Indian, Triumph, and Douglas Motor Cycles. Armstrong's famous ladies and gentlemen's Push Bicycles. Stocks on hand. W e can arrange special terms We also have large stocks of Dunlop aa I Good Year Mo 'or Covers and Tubes and all other motor accessories. Massey Harris Machinery. DobHes New Home, and Dobbies Special Sewing Machines (stocks on hand). Malloch Bros, (all their lines), including 'Alston Windmills, Ridd Milking Machines, and Dmadnought Tree Pullers-, etc, etc. Meggitts Linseed Meal. Adamax Roofing Felt We stock everything you require at prices equai to Perth at the Limited, General Merchants, Bunbury, Narrogin, Williams and Subiaco. Are known throughout the South-West. Evei*y Leading Line Stocked. Country Qsdess Receive Pfompt and Skilled Attention. WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. J. Monkhouse9 Victoria Street, Bunbury. 'Phone SO. ? The South Bunfoury Cash S...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

Correspondence, Whilst our columns are open to every class and shade of opinion, we wish it to be distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the views of our correspondents. All correspondence must bear the signa-J tij*re and address - of . the -sender, not necessarily for publication, but as a . guarantee of good faith.

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Bunbury Municipal Council. MR GREENWOOD'S REPORT. (Concluded) WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

Buofeut^ Municipal Oounoil. ( MR GREENWOOD'S REPORT. (Concluded) WAGES. Mr Greenwood. — A perusal of sev eral debits raised by me to adjustment accounts in vboth the Council and Water Board general ledgers for overdrawings in the wages cheques, will suggest the neccessity for the auditors not overlooking this matter. The Auditors — The debits referred to by Mr Greenwood come into this year's audit, which is not yet complete In a general way, the fact of an employee signing the receipt for wages is regarded as a complete evidence. The only alternative would be a conspiracy between the paying officer and the employee, a position we decline to think likely in the absence of prima facie evidence or direct proof. STOCK ACCOUNT Mr Greenwood — All expenditure for stocks should be debited to the stock account, and credits to the account should come from stock sheets, where the issue of all stocks, both sold or used on 'works, should appear. The difference should be found when taking stock. ...

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BALINGUP ROAD BOARD. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

BALItfGUP ROAD BOARD. To the Editor. Sir: ? — Somnolence ! Torpidity ! Blasts froni a herald's trumpet might stir it up. At the May meeting the Board' announced that it was going to call an early meeting of ratepayers, but the loan folly and other frensjied proposals aroused such vehement protests tha- the Board feigned sleeping sickness. Some weeks since rate notices demanding 100 per cent increased rates were issued. The leading local' organisation asked the Board to call a ratepayers' meeting; but it lacked the courtesy to reply to the letter, meanwhile tlie meeting is six months overdue. Recently, a correspondent using ihe pseudonym ' A P00V Oocky ' published a brace of epistles in an alleged reply to ' G-razier.' Assaying fifty per cent evasion and fifty.per cent venom, Oocky' 3 epistle merely strength ened the case for the recovery of tha reserve. Oocky accepted two 'chall enges that were not made and is now invited to disclose the means used to deprive Balingup of its only ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

' ! * -- Go To - - - THE 'BEST' SOAP. BEST FOR SUMMER USE. BEST FOR WINTER USE. BEST FOR GENERAL USE. BEST FOR SKIN TROUBLES GERMICIDAL SOAP (MILD) is 6d per Cake. p-Ai5W jbu r-o chemists, Uiinil iJC -UvJ*«9 BUNBURY JUST OPENED. A Beautiful and Varied Assortment of Millinery, Hosiery, Costumes, anc Summer Dress Goods. BLACK, CRYER & CO. The House of Value. WAROONA. (Electric Vibration Treatment). The lat esfcScierat if ictMsco very for the treatment o Deafness, Catarrh, Ha- Fever, Post Nasal Growths, all Nerve and Blood Disorders. NUROPATHI INSTITUTE, 121 Collins Street - - - - Melbourne The Principal, Mrs Prichard will be available for consultation at the PRIN03 OP WALES HOTEL daily, from 10 a.m. till 9 p.ui , for one week. Al those suffering from nervous disorders should avail themselves of th Nuropathi Treatment. Consultation Free. Home Treatment Arranged tSKIN AND HalR SPEGIAUSTE. is ou a visit to Bunbury, and can be consul te- at the Prince of Wales Hotel d.ail] from 22...

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LOCAL AND IMPORTED BUTTER. Perth, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

LQQAL AND IMPORTED BUTTER. ? — ^r Perth, November 2-?. At a Conference to-day it was de cided to ask the government to stop the shipments of butter by the Wan dilla and Karoola from the Eastern ! States. They agreed that all Metro politan importers be asked to store imported butter, and sell only that from local factories until W*A. sup- ! plies are exhausted, and the public are urged to assist by using the local article. It was decided that local butter be graded, a commitcee of two being appointed to assist the grader. Shipments arriving by the Dimboola will not be on the market, 'provided the importers (who were not repre sented at the conference) agree.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

One Minute from Beach and Baths, WC&iE S3«SSSF Bottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky * * lls 6d per bottle. ' ! S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

line hhrtl Hula., CAPEL PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. ' A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. ( Easy motoring distance of Busselton and - the Caves. / Best Liquors only Stocked. s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

Stephen Street, Bun bury. W. L,, MARSH, - Proprietor. ? ??: ???'?V .. . . _e ? ' The 'PRINCE' is the Most Thorough and Up-to-date House ? in the Metropolis of the Sot th- West. The Railway Hotel, oJS*,.. Opposite Railway Station. Under New Management. STANDARD BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED. GEORGE SHOOTER, Proprietor. Farmers,- Orchardists, Commercial Men, Motorists, all will fihd at the above Commodious Hostelry the comforts of a first-class hotel Union and all other leading Beors— draught and bottled. 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 UNIOM BEER. Frotn All Best Brands oLPenfolds Stocked. From *g(j Splendid Family For! *§~f ** w per Glass ^U* H. JofaosoUj Proprietor. MRS. HEEPS, late of Cambridge Villa, has now taken over the Bungalow. Ihia large and commodious villa is situate on the banks of the Estuary, about on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

The Most Centrally Situated Hotel. in Buahisty. .*?:?.. 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. Visit Harvey Weir and Miles of Orange Groves. (Special Provision made for Week End Parlies and Holiday Seekers. THE HARVEY HOTEL 1 Comprises over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music ? f-nd Billiard Rooms, Hot and Cold Baths, Motor SLed Stabling, and ,;?-?'* ? gall 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. ? . JMotorists especially catereit for. Commercial Travellers please Note ! Under entirely New Management. \ Mrs. KELLY^~~ ? Proprietress. ?', . The Old Spot. Victoria Street, Banbary. The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bat in the South- West. Electric Fans, Coolness an...

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