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Obituary. THE LATE MAJOR CLIVE LANYON NICHOLAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Obituary THE LATE MA JO LI OLIVE LAN YON NICHOLAS. From one end of the State to the other, and far beyond its boundaries, the news of tbe death of this gallant officer will be received with deep re gret. The late Major Nicholas, who only returned from the front some 8 months ago, and had since been farm ing in the Manjtrnup district, went to Perth as a delegate to the Farmers and Settlers' Conference. He stopped in Perth after Conference concluded, and seemed in normal health until Tuesday morning last, when hB was worried with a cough. He did not consider it necessary to obtain medical assistance', but duriner the same after noon, his condition became so serious tliat it was necessary to remove him to the Perth Public Hospital. Whilst in the hospital, the symptoms intensified into those of influenza, and the patient died at 7 o'clock the following morning (Wednesday, the 20£h inst). The late officer had a brilliant military career. He enlisted in the famous lOth Light Horse shortly...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
INTERVIEW WITH DR. CULLEN [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

INTERVIEW WITH DR. CULLEN When interviewed to-day, Dr. Cullen stated that the present out break, according to his experience, is very similar to the epidemic in Eng land and France in 1918. A large number of cases began with slight chills and colds, which were neerlect ed. In the case of the man who died suddenly at Bunbury a few days ago, at the request of the police, Dr. Cullen performed a post mortem ex amination and found the condition of the lungs identical with those of many cases of pneumonic influenza which he had examined in France. The symptoms complained of during the outbreak showed a tendency to vary a good deal according to the constitution and previous health of the patient, but the chief danger in nearly all cases was the possibility of any complications. The doctor was rather sceptical as to whether a change to warmer and dryer weather would lead to a diminution of the influenza, as last year the epidemic was at its height during the warmest weather. The German Army...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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INFLUENZA. Perth, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

INFLUENZA. Perth, August 22. Seventeen fresh cases and three deaths were reported to-day.

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THE SEAMEN'S STIKE. Sydney, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

THE SEAMEN'S STIKE. Sydney, August 22. A mysterious air of satisfaction was noticeable among the Sydney seamen to-day. Messrs Kaeburn aud Gerred leave for Melbourne to-nighc. This is significant owing- to presence of other union officials there. STRONG HOPES OF SETTLE MENT. Melbourne, August 22. The seamen are hopeful of the results of the Sydney delegation to Senator Millen this afternoon. Des pite the uncompromising attitude of the extreme section the general feel ing is in favour of a settlement. The long drawn out struggle of 14 weeks iae involved a loss to Australia of wages totalling .£3,362,000. The Sydney mission's purpose to tell the Government that the seamen are will ing to man the ships on Monday if an assurance is given that the decision of the Conference shall be final. It is not anticipated that Senator; Millen will raise any objection to giving the unqualified assurance desired.

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Obliterating a Brand. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Obliterating a Brand, Before Messrs A. Sharp, W. E. Dempster and Fowler, J's.P., at the Donnybrook Police Court, on Monday last, Guy Gardiner was charged under Section 431 of tbe Criminal Code. The Section reads ' Any person who alters, defaces or renders indecipher able any brand or registered mark, etc., is liable to a fine not exceeding £50.' A secoud charge, under Section 429, was also laid, viz., of having goods, to wit skins of animals, in his possession, which were reasonably supposed to have been stolen. Before opening for the prosecution, Inspector Brophy suggested that it would oe uon-ei 11 iu.r rowier, an uncle, of. tho defendant, did not sit upon the case. The Justice, however, deeided lo remain on the bench. Mr Harry Pugsley, a farmer of Low den, deposed that, in consequence of missing some sheep, he was keeping a watoh on defendant, and on July 10th last, when in company with Mr Bert Fowler, ho found defendant killing some sheep in a yard. Witness demanded to see the e...

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Golf Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Bolf Not*s The Associates played a two club competition over nine holes last Sat urday. A very even stroke round ensued, the scores being as follows : — Miss AbrahamsoB, 50 - 9 = 41 ; Miss D. Johnston, 51 - 9 = 42 ; Mrs St B. More, 53 -9 =44 { Miss Steere,, 52 - 6 = 46 ; Miss M. Johnston, 52 - 6 = 46 : Mrs G. Clarke, 67 - 15 = 52; Mrs E. Rose, 71-15 = 56. The winner has been playing a very steady game this season, ami has again caught the handicapper's eye. She has been brought down another two strokes in consequence of the above success. The Members played 18 holes with two clubs Ihe following day. The captain put up a good round, and scored his first trophy of the season. The results were:— 1'arkes, 90-12 = 78 ; Cooper, 103 - 24 = 79 ; Davis, 113-30=83; Walker, 114-24 = 90: Roberts. 109-16 = 93. A mixed foursomes was arranged for Wednesday, but only a few Associates came out for play. Four pairs only took out cards, and the results were : — Cooper and Miss Dermer, 109 - 25 = 84 ; ...

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To-Morrow's Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

To-Morrew's Church Services. 9 w ? Methodist — Young Worshippers' League, to a.m, ; Divine Worship 1 1 a.m, Sabbath School 2.30 p.m, 7.30 p.m People's Popular Service. Preacher, Rer Hocking

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Fatally at Pinjarra. RETURNED SOLDIER KILLED [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Fata'ity at Pinjawa. ?*- RETURNED SOLDIER KILLED A returned soldier named Under wood, supposed to belong to May lands, and who^was a passenger by Monday night's train ex Perth to Bunbury, was fatally injured at Pin iarrah station in the earlv hrmr«: nf Tuesday morning. At the moment of going to press, the exact circum stances under which he met with his death have not been ascertained. It is only known that, about two hours after tbe train left, he was found near the Water Column with bis legs nearly severed from his body. Tbe assistant station master found the unfortunate man, and rendered what assistance he could. He was remov ed to fhe local hospital, but died the same evening. It is understood that he leaves a widow and two children.

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HARVEY ROAD BOARD AND SUNDAY FOOTBALL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

HARVEY ROAD BOARD AND SUNDAY FOOTBALL. To the Editor. Sir,— Though perhaps somewhat belated, the controversy raging in your paper has been brought under our notice, as well as the report of the statements of a deputation to the Harvey Road Board, which appeared in the ' S.W. Times ' of July 8th, 1919, concerning the alleged miscon dnetvofv-the fbotbaliers. ? ? We have read with interest tlie^anous contri butions to the controversy, and, as a E&ember of one of the team participate ing in the league matches, and alsd, presumably, the team returning to, the mill in an intoxicated condition, I resent the slur cast upon my char acter, as well as upon that of my companions. In the reported statements of the deputation, one of the speakers is reported to have said that they were informed that 'not one man returned in the brake to the mill sober.' ' Caustic,' whoever he may be, puts the case of the timber workers ably before the public, and asks the depu* tationists to stand by thei...

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FATE OF ODESSA. London, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

FATE OF ODESSA. London, August 22. Although ^he report of the Bol shevik evacuation of Odessa is un confirmed, doubtless its fate is sealed and Soviet Russia will lose its last footing on the Black Sea.

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Nannup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Nasipp. The excitement over the wild dog nuisance was increasd last week when it was reported that a dingo, badly injured, had wandered into the town and sought shelter under a honse. A returned soldier shot it, skinned it with a view to getting the scalp money. During the day, it became known that a farmer who had called at the town had lost his yellow sheep dog, which was found to be identical with the supposed -dingo. When foraging round the town, the 'dog had bitten a child, and had been fired at and wounded by one of the men on the place. So the visions of scalp money vanished. On Sunday 4ast, the fifth football match between Nannup and Ellis Creek [was- played on the former's ground. The game resulted in a draw each side scoring ig points. This leaves the honours even, two (Hns to each side and a draw. ~^ Mr D McVicar and family, after a hearty send off, left by last Wednes day's train for Perth. After over ig years' service in the Forestry Depart ment in the South and South W...

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AFTERMATH OF WAR. BOLSHEVIK RERIREMENT. London, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

AFTERMATH OF WAR. BOLSHEVIK RERIREMENT. London, August 23, The War Office confirms the Bol shevik admissions . of retirement. General -Denikeu's left wing is con tinuing brilliantly and successfully. Further northward his force has occupied Cherkari, wKere the last rail-wav in the Bolshevik possession crosses the Dnieper River. (Earlier cables state that General Denikin has occupied Kherson and Nikoleff and that the Bolsheviks have retired beyond the Bug River.)

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QUEENSLAND PREMIER'S LIBEL ACTION. Sydney, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

QUEENSLAND PREMIER'S LIBEL ABTIOH. - If! Sydney, August 22. The Jury in the Ryan versus the ' Argus ' libel case has failed to agree. Counsel on both sides to-day applied for a verdict. The judge will consider the applications on Monday. It is possible that he may refer the matter to the Full Court.

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U S.A. AND MEXICO. Washington, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

u s.*. aid raico. Washington, August 22. The Mexican Ambassador has been ordered to protest against American troops entering Mexico, and to demand their withdrawal.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

L©£§! and t?g@8fal, Train Service Improvements — As and from the ist September, a first class sleeping car will be attached to the 10.50 p.m. train ex Perth to Bunbury from Monday to Friday. The same convenience will be on the 9.50 p.m. on Sundays. From Sun days to Fridays inclusive, the 11.15 p.m. ex Bunbury will also have first class sleeping accommodation. Up-to-Date Journalism-- In this issue appear photographs taken from the air in France. Next Saturday, we trust to be able to reproduce photos takenby Mayor N Brearley ia the course of his recent flights in West Australia. We feel sure that our readers will appreciate our enter prise in securing for them photo* graphs which must prove of absorb* ing interest. The ' Herald ' claims to be the most up-to-date country newspaper in the State. Midwinter Holidays— The State Schools broke up for a week's holiday yesterday afternoon, and. although August weather, there seems a good chance of pleasant days. The wisdom of the Department in...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 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, Egypt and Ind ia (including soldiers' mails) Septem ber I. America and Canada, August 30. Eastern States, to-day and August

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Bunbury Triple Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Bunbypf Trip!© Appeal. Receipts and expenditure 26 11 18 to 30 6 19. Recipts. jQ s d Cash as per list ??? ??? 495 6 10 ? ? Expenditure. Wages, printing and petties ? ... 17 11 0 Patriotic Fund ... ... 60 3 8 ... Repatriation Fund m. 188 0 0 Balance due Repatrfisv ? ' tion- £8 16sl0d-,S,; Soldiers' Institute £220 I5s4dj£... ... ». 229 12 2 ? ' ? 495 6 10 Full list of subscribers will be pub lished in due course.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Probates-~-Among8t the probates i&' 'sued at the Supreme Court this week ^was :—^John R Parkes, formerly of : iBun bury, and late of Olaremont, to . Hannah Parices, £324 5a. . ' Returned Soldier's Association -*- At the special meeting held on Tues day evening last, Messrs J Knowler, F W Steere and Sail were appointed delegates to the General and Political . Conferences at Perth. Owing to the illness of the secretary, Mr Badham, many matters of business, including the fixing r.l the date for the elec* tions of officers, were held over. W.A. Junior — Intending candidat es 'for the forthcoming examination for the Junior and Leaving Certific ates in connection with the Univers ity of Western Australia, are desired to make early application for entry. forms to the Rev R. Hocking, hon secretary for the Bnnbury Centre. Camouflage — The depth of moaning conveyed by this word was never more &ptly illustrated than by the gentle man who defined it as ' Zolly trying to hide beh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

OF All Colours. Phone 1^2. Victoria 8tr©@1t Bynbury* [?] Bunbury's Clothiers and Mercers, Tli© House of V^Iulc® , Boy's Cotton Tweed Knickers, size 9 to 12, 3s 6d pair. ^'~ Men's Black Sox la 6d pair, 3 pair for 4s . . Fashion Shirts, neat stripe, 6s lid. Compare Our Prices, . . Note Address: Opposite Grand Central, Victoria Street, Bunbury.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

IN All Cream, trimmed with wide Pale Pink Ladder Stitching, Pleated Front, Smart Collar, priced at To realise the Wonderful Value of this line, figure it out at two yards of the. material.

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