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AN EGG-SEPARATING UTENSIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

AN EGG-SEPARATING UTENSIL. A sieve tor separating the white and yolk of an egg is a recent German novelty for the household. In appear ance like a tea' strainer, the lower part of its bottom is heini spherical in shape and adapted to receive the yolk while the -white is overflowing into the glass through two long slits just on the l«&r- der of the hemispherical portion. It is, of course, necessary to remove the yolk from the sieve' to another recep tacle before another egg is treated.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Cost of Neglect. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

The tJost of Neglect. Think of the cost of neglecting your kidneys. It means that you are allowing kidney poisons to accumu late in the system, and these poisons cau/e violent pains in the back, dro'psical swellings, urinary disorders, gravel, stone, rheumatism, lassitude, gout, sleeplessness, inclination to worry, excessive thirst, irregular heart action, neuralgia. The genuine Doan's Pills restore to strained, overworked kidneys, their full power of filtering the dangerous kidney poisons from the blood, and discharg- \ ing them from the, system. Read ? this case : ;.. .'?-... _ . J Mrs E Burgess, Stanley Slreet, ! Bunbury, says : 'For a long lime 1 suffeied a good deal with iny ba:k. I It was very 'weak aud always aching, j the pain being often so bad that iti was as much as I could do to get about the house. I could not stoop withuut suffering agony, and this, of course, hampered me a lot when doing my work. I felt sure my kid neys were the cause of my suffering, as I was subject...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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A BEAUTIFUL PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

A BEAUTIFUL PLACE. Fair, fat, spectacled, * and big mousta£hed,% needed not his guttural tones dnd Tcutoiv. accent to acquaint tb hotel manager that the new arri val owed allegiance to Europe's inex haustible surprise-packer, the Kaiser. 'Vrom Potsdammcrburg I vas come, sir,' announced the new-comer, pleasantly: ~ ' ' '?' A very fine place, sir,' returned the manager, politely. 'Der vas a petter.' 'Yes? Berlin?' 'Nein. ' Ohm.',. 'Ohm? in — er -, — Germany, of course?' 'Donner and blitzen, nein I Id England — in dis gountry.' 'Ohm?' said the manager, thought fully. 'Ya,' growled the German. '1 vas come from Potsdanimerburg to see Ohm. Der vas no -blace like Ohm. I vos at der g-oncert in Berlin, and I hear der great Euprleesh soprano sing dot der vas no blacc like lOhm, and all der Engleesh beobles in der con cert gry like der Le'ed'e babies. .Dot must be der vonderful blacc, Ohm, to make der Eng-leesh beobles. gry, and I dell mincself dot I vill go und see dis Ohm vor der vos no blac...

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

Baltngup, (From Our Correspondent.) Mr Dave Scott, one ot our soldier settlers, while doing some blasting operations on his block, had a narrow escape from serious injury. He was standing about so yards away behind a bare tree trunk, when a large piece of timber thrown by a fairly heavy charge struck the top of the trunk mentioned and fell straight down on him, badly gashing his head and almost knocking him senseless. The accident necessitated his absence from work for a few days. Mr J. Burrowes and family, Ihe first soldier settler on the Brooklands Estate, arrived on the igth Novem ber. They are living in one of the cottages on the estate, pending the erection of a residence on their own selection. The material for-tbe erection of Mr White's house 'Glenmore' will arrive during the week. Messrs Allan arid Percy; Wright having taken over the property of their father at 'Rpkevvood', the rest of the family have come to live right in the township. . Mr and Mrs F. Nelson left for Albany...

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

Federal Elections. SWAN DIVISION. The Country Party Candidate. Will any persons interested in the Candidature of the above= named please meet at 4 p.m. on For the purpose of forming a Committee, (Authorised by S. H- JOHNSON, Emanuel Buildings Perth.) Motor Car Owners Look — We can supply Dunlop Ford covers 30 x 3^ for £5. We also carry large stocks of Dunlop and Goodyear covers and tubes, and can supply at Perth prices Send for catalogue or call at Narrogin Trading and Agency Co. Ltd., Bun bury.

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

TST SS 2EE HAVE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF UP-TO-DATE Jr'fi. rp^L irmL r__/j v?^/ jf°Hl JIl^L m^^ IN THE WEST. SPECIAL PRICE £48. Immediate Delivery on Trucks, Perth. NO. 12*. SPECIAL FLEXIBLE STEEL HIGH TENSILE GALVAN ISED FENCING WIRE, £48 TON. GALVANISED BARBED WIRE, 14 GAUGE, 57/6 COIL. T NEW ZEALAND FLAX. REAPER AND BINDER TWINE, 8d. lb. When purchasing a Stove, be sure that it is a WESTRAL, 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. AND MANUFACTURING CO., NEAR POWER HOUSE, EAST PERTH. Obtainable from — The Narrogin Trading & Agency Co., Ltd., Bunbury. J. G. Baldock & Co., Bunbury. ' C. & H. Locke & Co., Bunbury. A 'BB' at Work at Government Gardens, Perth. Tine Most Efficient Sprinkler on the Market. Turntable on Moater — Cannot wear. Thoroughly watertig...

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

HAVE YOU VISITED Indar Singles New Store? THE MOST UP-TO-DATE SHOP IN YARLOOP AND DISTRICT AND THE FINEST STOCK OP GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRAPERY, GROCERIES, etc. ALL GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. CONSISTENT WITH RELIABLE QUALITY. Goods Delivered Daily to all Sidings. 1 rill oilibl Ui- .IVllJiiLI Delivered Daily in Waroona and District. EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY TO HAMBL* RAIL DAILY ALL STATIONS TO YARLOOP AND TO COOLUP. FRESH BREAD DAILY. HC\ SIP A C* \^-\T The UP'to'date Butcher, ? VI, iS I AksC I 9 WAROONA, THE BEST SADDLERY Right at your Door ! HARVEY. Practical Saddler (9 years' experience with largest Perth House) Undertakes all Classes of Saddlery Work, Boot Repairs, and Leather Jobs. Ail Stabls Requisites, Bags, and Attache Cases as Cheap or Cheaper than in Perth. I Guarantee Perth Prices— or Cheap ar* SIX TIMES PER WEEK I KILL PRIME BEASTS. Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, and Pork of Best Qua'ity at Lowest Current Price. Daily Delivery at HARVEY, every Monday, 'Wednesday and ...

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The Poultry Industry. (Continued from last issue.) Marketing Modes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

The Poultry Industry. (Continued from last issue.) Marketing Modes. EGGS. — The best market in the United Kingdom exists for eggs ar riving from the beginning of October to the middle of February. Provid ing they arrive in good condition, the price should be equivalent to 1/6 per dozen. The larger the egg, the better the price, but they must; bo carefully graded and cases marked with the grade, based on the number of eggs to the lb. Coloured eggs meet with ( distinct favour, though alternate rows of white and coloured attract buyers' attention. Hen eggs are of course al- : luded to: duck eggs should not be sent, the market being uncertain in view of dealers' prejudice as to their carrying capacity. The packs vary with the country of exports. Russia uses eases containing 120 dozen packed in 4 layers: dimen sions 1.10| in. x 9J in. x 6 ft., with a double board central division (slightly apart) to enable the whole case to be sawn in half without repacking: deod erised wood wool as the ...

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

K Smart Cream Silk Blouses, hemstitched, lame pearl buttons, 16s 6d. . J Neat Nifty Blouses, in white silk, 12s 6d. . . Stylish White Voile Blouses, 7s lid. B i s 3j in striped crepe, 5s lid. Floral Voile Blouses, 3s lid. . .THE PLACE WHERE YOU SAVE, Corner StepSien & Victoria Streets

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

THE POULTRY INDUSTRY^ The Honorary Minister for Agricul ture (Hon.. Chas. F. Baxter) has made available for publication a report of the Poultry Expert, Mr. G. Allman as follows: — I fim pleased to report that there is a great improvement in the quality of fowls sold at the various auction rooms, especially those sent in from the coun try districts. Farmers are awaken ing to the fact that it pays to breed the right class of stock, and send them in at the correct age and in proper marketable conditions. All classes of poultry are bringing exceptionally high prices. Prime Cockerels go xip to 15/6, old hens 12/6, young muscovy drakes, 15/6 per pair. Of course, these prices are for exceptionally good birds, but good prices are also maintained for all kinds. \ The high prices are sure to continue as supplies are short in the Eastern States, and prices are accordingly high, in' fact, they are a great deal higher than here. Breeders may rest assur ed our local markets will not be glutted fr...

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The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29 Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29 . . . vrs Local mi General, ' Local v Imported Butter — A rep resentative of the 'Herald' drew the attention of Mr O. A. Hinkley, man ager of the Bunbury Butter Factory, to the telegram published in last issue, under the above heading. Mr Hinkley said that he had no difficulty in securing a market for the products of his factory. In fact, it was sold before it was churned and the handi cap was not want of a market, but want of a greater supply of cfeajh. Merchants in the Metropolitan area arranged, some six months ago, to buy the Bunbury Butter Factory's output at a price equal to the landed cost of the imported article, so it will be seen that the local Company has through its foresight protected the interests of the producers of the South West. Western Australia is rapidly supplying its own require ments, but if imported butter is forced upon the market in opposition to the local product, the Cooperat ive Butter Factories will' need to take...

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EGG LAYING AT PARAFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

EGG LAYING AT PARAFIELD. The egg laying competition at the Parafield Poultry Station (S.A.) com pleted the first six months period on September 30. The highest light br-ed scores for the oeriod were creditec to White Leghorns. Pride of place was secured in this section by six pullets entered by Mr. George Mc Donnell, of Auburn (Vic), with a score of 814 eggs. This was followed by Mr. Bertelsmeier's pen with a tally of 719 egs, and Mr. W. Purvis' team with 710. During September Mr. McDonnell's team laid 155 eggs, this being 26 epers per bird for the 30 days. In the pen tests for heavy breeds Black Orpingtons won easily, filling- the first three places with scores of 741, 712 and 623 respectively.

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

Mail Notices. .??.. .. ? ** Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 .p.m; on the dates mentioned for the places indicated : — United Kingdom, Dec 2. Asia. Dec. 2. Egypt, Eec. 2.

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HARVEST PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

HARVEST PROSPECTS. According to the 'West Australian' correspondent at Bruce Roek, that cen tre seems to be putting in a bold bid for the title of champion of the wheat growing districts. . He says that the .rains at the beginning of October have assured a record harvest 'making the fifth splendid harvest in succession for the district.' A 15bush el average is expected. .This, at the guaranteed price, makes £3/15/- per acre, which is good enough to delight the heart of any farmer doing his own work. Among those with crops away above the average he mentions 15 well known local farmers. None of these crops, he says, will yield under 20 bushels to the acre, 'and some will go well from. 30 to 35 bushels. Bruce Rock does not appear to be too far east for wheatgrowing, and if Bruce Rock, is not, well, it is practically cer tain that no other district as yet set tled need be despair.ed of. Other localities from which remark ably good results. are expected are Jitarning, Kulin, Kondinin, La...

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THE MUDLARK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

THE MUDLARK AGAIN. Lieutenant Crosby Garstin, over the jolly fun of whose 'Mudlarks' tens of thousands of men, women, and children have roared themselves _ into convulsions of hilarity, has published a second volume, 'The Mudlarks Again,' of which the following tale is a specimen. The story is of a self important Lieutenant Wilbur, who thinks himself a military Sherlock Holmes with a special faculty for fol lowing the trail of foreign spies. Gar stin resolves to take a hand in the game himself, being rather _ tired of Wilbur's vainglorious imaginings. He confides in a friend with the result re vealed in the story: Having first ascertained that there were no enemy agents secreted under the table or among the potted palms, I unburdened my soul to him concern ing Wilbur and the coups that never came off. He stared at me for a few moments, his eyes twinkling, then he leaned over the table. 'My active brain has evolved a beautiful plan,' said he. 'It's yours for another ice.' I bought it...

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

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

Ithe capel hotel, CAPEL. PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. Easy motoring distance of Busselton and - the Caves. / Best Liquors only Stocked. ? One Minute from Beach and Baths, Swan Beer ^SS1 Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky * Us 6d per bottle. S. C. AVERILL, P^oprfetof. £

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

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

M'^m^^^C^ ? 'We are the ^^^#^1 Big Wheel W. if. Hctllidcty fif Son 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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Nice Wagin Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

Nice Wagin Sheep. A draft of 99 fat merino wethers from ' Mr. Mudge's Clover Hill farm in the Wagin district recently realis ed an average of 35/9 per head. The local agents for Messrs. Elder Smith and Co. report this to be easily a re cord average for wethers for the Wagin district, and also a record for the State this year. ♦ * * Value of Our Lands. Speaking of a fine crop of wheat seen by him at Tammin on Mr. W. E. Tremlett's farm, Mr. Catton Gras by says : — 'This land carries a crop of Gluyas wheat standing: over 5ft. high, very thick, wonderfully clean and free from weeds, and just about ready for the binder. It should certainly yield an average of over two tons to the acre, and probably will pan out more, because a Gluyas crop is very heavy, and this is very clean. Crops of this character on this kind of land have been common for years past, and yet our Repatriation De partment says it is not worth £3 an acre, although in any favourable year the net return from it is worth wh...

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