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ALLEGED DYNAMITE OUTRAGE AT KALGOORLIE. Kalgoorlie, Last Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

ALLE6ED DYNAMITE OUT RAGE AT K&L600RUE. ? 0 ? Kalgoorlie, Last Evening. At about 2.30 this morning, a ter rific explosion awakened the people living in the southern portion of Boulder and on the leases surround ing the mines. An investigation proved that a dastardly attack had been made on the Goldeu Mile Hotel, at Kamballie, South- West Boulder. An inspection of the premises reveal ed that a considerable charge of dynamite had been used in the attempt, and had apparently been against the window of a bedroom occupied by the proprietress, Mrs Alice Morton. She was in bed at the time, and, as a result of the explosion she received some ugly gashes on the right arm and leg- She is suffering from shock. The room was comp letely wrecked, the walls being badiy damaged and roof partly lifted off, whilst the furniture and clothing in the.room was strewn about in all directions. The motive for the attack is unknown at present.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SEPARATION ALLOWANCES. Melbourne, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

SEPARATION ALLOWANCES. Melbourne, Nov. 25. The Acting Minister for Defence announced to-day that overpayments of separation allowances due to soldiers being promoted to non commissioned rank will be written off. The new order applies to ap pointments made up to September, 1916.

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The Bunbury Herald Special Cable Service. AIR FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA. Allahabad, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

%he Bunbury Herald Special Cable Service. AIR FLIGHT TO kmiUUk -» ? Allahabad, Nov. 25. The race has now developed i» a flight to Australia between Captain Ross-Smith and M. Poulefc, the French aviator. Captain Ross-Smith has arrived at Basra, after a record flight, passing Baghdad without a stop. Poulet reached Nasirabad on Nov. IStli. The air flight to Delhi was delayed owing to engine trouble. The contest is being watched with the keenest interest throughout India.

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

CENTRAL WARD. To the Ratepayers of Central Ward. Ladies aud Gentlemen, . ' ^. . As the result of a -largely signed petition, I have ' consented to be nominated as a candidate for the positiou of Councillor for the Central Ward. It shall be my earnest endeavour if. elected, to guard the inter- ' ?eats of the Ratepayers I represent, and do ray 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'* resources, and at all times I will endeavour, to forward any progressive |schemes that would lead to a greater Bunbury. As my success rests entirely on your good judgement, I trust that my nomination will receive fair consideration at your hands on polling day. '' * Yours Faithfully, ALEX RICHARDSON. Polling^ Day : -

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AMERICA AND PEACE TREATY. Washington, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

AMERICA AND PEACE TREATY. ^ — Washington, Nov. 25. Unless a decision to the contrary is reached in the meantime, the Un ited States will sign peace with Bul garia on Thursday. Mr Andrew Fisher, High Com missioner, will sign for Australia.

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LATER DETAILS. London, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

LATER DETAILS. London, Nov. 25. Captain Ross-Smith arrived at Cairo on November. He left on 19th and was understood to be bound for Damascus

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The Bunbury Herald WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

The Bunbury Herald WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 Local and General, St. Paul's Cathedral.— To-morrow the Holy Eucharist will be celebrat ed at 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. ; Mattins, Litany and Sermon 11 a.m.; and Evensong and Sermon 7.30 p.m. Boyanup Parish.— Boyanup ? 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 ajn., Holy Communion and Sermon, Stratham— 3 p.n£, Evensong. Capel — 7-3° P m- Evensong. Cool Stores for Bunbury.— A num- ^ ber of sites were inspected during the present week and enquiries made as to their suitability for the erection of cool stores. Alleged Stealing.— Thomas Ryair ? was charged yesterday at the Police Court with stealing the sum of j^5/io the property of 'Harry Dale.* v ,„ On the application of the police a %r remand for eight days was granted. Bail was not applied for. i Federal Elections— Senator Need ham, Labour Caqdidate, will address { the electors at the- Bedford Hall on Friday evening at 8 p.m. On Sat urday evening -8.30 p.m., Mr Pollock M.L.H. of Queensland will deliver an out-of-d...

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

[?] FOR SALE — HIGH CLASS BIRDS. Young Indian Runner Ducks, lay ing, 12s pair. White Leghorn and Black Orping ton, second year hens for breeding, from 12s pair. Roosters from 10s eadb. Egg Settings 7s 6d Incubator lots £2 per 100. DAWSON'S POULTRY FARM, PICTO.N. JN THE SUPREME COURT OF I WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PROBATE JURISDICTION, In the matter of the Will of CLAUDE ATHOL HEPPINGSTONE form erly of Brunswick in the State of Western Australia, Grazier, de ceased, and latterly a member of the Australian Military Force. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that all Creditors and all other persons having any claim upon or against the estate of the abovenamed CLAUDE ATHOL HEPPINGSTONE are here by required to send full particulars in writing of such claims and demands to the Executor Robert William Finch in care of the undersigned on or before the 14th day of December, 1919, on which date the Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the said de ceased among the persons entitle...

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

I After nearly 60 years it has been found necessary to transfer our business to more commodious I I ' s_ a- I I' premises in Stephen Street. The building; is now complete, and stocked with the latest and best in ' I I ^ and extend a cordial invitation to you to call andlinspect. ?.-:A^i^^lS^ii

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Lyric Theatre PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 26 November 1919

Lyric Theatre PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. Wednesday. — 'Houdini'; 'When a Grirl Loves,' Mrs Charlie Chaplin. Friday. — Double Feature Program Saturday. — 'Fatal Ring'; 'Castles in the Air,' special, May Allison.

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

Social and Personal, In connection with a recent law !case we are informed that 'Darkie',   after a fortnight's spell, is back at the Harvey Hotel training strenuously 'for the New Tear's Day trot.   Mrs Hurley is leaving Harvey during the week and intends settling in Perth. Mr Len Hurley week ended in Bunbury and expects to leave Citrusville shortly. Mrs J. Heatley and child are   spending a month's holiday at Kal goorlie.   Congratulations to Mr and Mrs J. Savage, St. John's Brook, on the arrival of a daughter at St. Clair's private hospital. Messrs Geo. Winter, D.G.R., and J. R. Bolt, D.S., of the Ancient Order of Foresters, paid an official visit to Bunbury on Thursday last. They returned to Perth by Friday's train. Mr and Mrs Sam Grimwood, Junr, of Perth, are in Bunbury on a short holiday and staying at the Rose Hotel. We congratulate Mr and Mis J. Daniels, of Collie, on the arrival of a daughter on the 13th inst. The engageme...

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PISE POULTRY HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

PISE POULTRY HOUSES. It is encouraging to note that many farmers all over the State are using up-to-date poultry equipment and are finding it profitable to do so. Even where only a few fowls are kept the incubator, the brooder, and sanitary poultry houses are to be found. Why not use equipment that makes for profits. A good idea for an incubator house and quite the best we have yet seen is a pise one. This is built with moistened earth, rammed well with a square-headed rammer. The moistened earth is then shovelled into moulds made out of' ten-inch planks placed ten inches apart. and held in position by four bolts, and rammed until quite solid. When the moulds are filled up the bolts are taken out of the planks and another layer added until the requir ed height is reached. When com pleted the room is given a coat of white-wash, which gives it a neat ap pearance. One advantage about the pise house is being built out of a non conducting material, a more even temperature can be maintain...

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PRACTICAL HINTS ON HEALTH AND DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

PRACTICAL HINTS ON HEALTH AND DRESS. When ironing, a piece of beeswax placed between a cloth and rubbed on the hot iron will impart a beauti ful glossiness to linen. ? ...-. =f =f * ? Water in which rice has been boil ed makes lone of the best starches for old lace. A ' / ''??-'. , ? ' ? ?? *-...- * '* A mixture, of equal quantities of sweet oil-arid glycerine is good for chapped hands. ? .. ; - ... ♦? * ? * . Sound refreshing sleep is Jthe finest preventive. of wrinkles, for .it relaxes the facial ?'muscles'' and smoothes awiay such riiarks. -/?.??' ???''?.'. '; *', ' * .*. . '?' Children should never be allowed to walk or even sit up, iimtil they are able to support their backs' arid heads by' themselves. * * * Rain spots on clothes can- some times be removed by placing a clean, damp cloth on the material, and pressing it with a warm iron. * * * White felt hats are becoming to nearly everybody, and when really good will' last a very long time, as they can be cleaned and reblocked ...

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Here and There [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

Here and There A rabbit was seen in Perth near the State Taxation Office last month. The-profiteer is not without honour in hiif own country. Both honour and profit are his. The Government Statistician of New South Wales estimates the total area under wheat in that State at 2,331,100 acres, which is lower than that of any year since 1912-13. Dido, the West Australian pony, jumped 6ft. 0£in. at the Narracoorte Show (S.A.), with 11 stone up. Dido is owned by Mr. A. E. C. Middleton, formerly and perhaps still of Nor tham. Dido was the holder of the high jump record at the Perth Show for four years and- also holder of the W.A. record for a high jump, viz., 5ft. llin. At the Albion Park (N.S.W.) State calf-raising depot research work in connection with calf diseases is being carried on. The 1919 Queensland sugar crop is only likely to yield about 155,000 tons, or about 125,000 tons less than the output for 1917. Apparently we sha'll have to put up with imported brown or yellow sugar for ...

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ORCHARDS AND POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

ORCHARDS AND POULTRY. Mr. O. Wilson, the poultry expert, whose useful notes appear in 'The Land' (N.S.W.), has some valuable hints in the last issue of that journal. He says : — [rearing the chickens, and it has been (pointed out in our poultry column from time to time that the best re sults cannot be hoped for unless the chickens are reared on ground that the adult fowls do not have access to. The reasons for this are many, first and foremost being that of lice. No matter how well the adult stock are looked after, there is always- a permanent supply of lice on them, and having a separate rearing ground prevents the' chicks becoming infest ed, at least in the early stages of growth, which is seriously retarded in lice-infested chickens. Then, again, there is ho running over or trampling on the chicks if reared apart. The question of shade is also important, as in a climate such as we have in most parts of this State the shade afforded by the coops and houses is insufficient. Nothing...

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Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

MimiGipa! Elections. The returning officer, Mr W L Thomas, announced the following re turns on Wednesday evening. Mayor- Mr I G B \LDOCK J.P., (unopposed). Souih Wani— Mr.W CROSS, (unopposed). . NORTH WARD. WALLIS, M; E. ' ... ? J23 Buswell, W. J .:. ... ? 46 Informal... ... .'........... r Majority for Wallis 77 CENTRAL WARD., RICHARDSON, A ? ^4 North, A ? -. ? ' 90 Informal ? ; ? 3 Majority for Richardson 14

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HEDGEHOGS AS HOUSE-CLEANERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

HEDGEHOGS AS HOUSECLEAN ERS. Canadian backwoodsmen when in camp during- the winter entertain many strange guests — hedgehogs among them. On'e woodsman, it appears, on leaving camp on ra Saturday after noon, used t)o neglect purposely to close the door of his shack in order that the hedgehogs might enter and clean his floor. As the principal con stituents of the camp menu are 'pork and beans, bacon, and other dishes rich in fat, .considerable grease is spill ed upon the floor in the course of a week, and a hedgehog will risk his necjk at any time for a bit of fat. Just as soon therefore as this parti cular camp- was deserted by its occu pants the spiny gluttons would hasten in and begin to planJ off the surface of the floor with their chisel-shaped teeth, eating away all the wood that held a trace of grease. On his re turn to camp the owner could sweep | up and enjoy the comforts of a. clean i house for another week. The only i serious objection to this method of j house-cleaning- la...

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A Letter of Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

A Letter of Appreciation. The Chairman of the W.A.G. Railways and Tramways Death benefit Voluntary fund has received the following letter from the Rail ways Commissioner (Colonel Pope C.B.,) with reference to the action of the members of the fund in keeping those rnembers who enlisted on the Roll of Membership free of all costs during the War. Sir,- On behalf of those members of the service who took part in the recent War. I want to * express the feeling of gratitude which I am sure we all have to the. Commissioner and members of the fund in continuing to keep our names on the books- during our absence. - 1 know we all thought a great deal of this, action especially at times wnen it appeared almost im possible for us to avoid becoming.the subject of a levy. It was quite as good as an insurance of .£200, given; freely and voluntarily by that large body of the staff, who for various reasons were unable to come with us. Although I know this feeling of ap preciation existed in the minds...

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WHEAT-GROWING COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

WHEAT-GROWING COSTS. v ? The 'Empire,' the organ of the Sailors and Soldiers Fathers' Associa tion recently published some figures setting forth the cost of wheat growing for soldiers. The cost of production, which includes interest on capital (£2,5000 at 5 per cent.), ploughing, harrowing, disc cultiva tion, spring-tooth cultivation, drill ing, seed, manure, seed-pickling, in surance of crop, harvesting, bags, sewing, twine, cartage to station, de preciation of stock and implements, and rates and taxes, is stated at from 37/3 to 49/9 per acre, according to, distance from railway station and yield. Commenting on these figures in the 'Australasian,' the well-known writ er on agricultural topics, 'Hickory,' remarks that he considers the cost of production to be under the mark, but points out that the pricetof wheat assumed by the 'Empire' computer, viz., 3/1, is lower th.an is likely to be experienced for a great many years to come. The. question of cost is, of course, largely depende...

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[?]unbury's Financial Need. COUNCIL'S ANNUAL STATEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

Hunbupy's Financial Heed. x COUNCIL'S ANNUAL STATEMENTS. The annual financial statements of the Bunbury Municipal Council for the year ending 31st October, 1919, are not presented in so- complete a form as usual. This is a pity, as the ac counts when disclosed to the rater payers should be in such a form that every desired fact could be readily de ducted from them. We chiefly miss ! the Loan Rates accounts showing i collections and arrears, Loan Aggre- j gate account showing amount due ; after allowing for the various sink-' ing funds accumulated, sanitary and j health accounts showing collections ' and arrears outstanding, and state- ! ments of assets and liabilities in con nection with the last two named de partments. These figures are usual ly provided by all municipalities, and the yearly accounts now under re view would be more complete were they available in printed form. General Account. The year started with an overdraft at the bank (less cash in hand) of /101014s 6d. The en...

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