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

p ? . ? ? —- ? i tM ===== y A further great endorsement of a really | fine medicine which is especially suitable | for professional and commercial people I ? I The Reverend HUBERT SMITH is well known as one of | the best and most conscientious workers in the cause of human- p. ity, and his testimony to this sterling medicine, voluntarily ?£ given, is worth reading I 'Th« Mearns,' Treisider Avenue || Haberfield g| CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. | 'Somehow the writer would never | have anything to do with patent | medSeiiies of any description, having- | a d@©i€i©e§ prejudice against any that | were largely advertised. | 'A ibottSe of your remedy, however, | was placed in my hands, and out of | courtesy to my friend who had Lan | interest in my welfares, I ventured to | talce it as advised. | 'With pSeasyre I write you that I sine© faking Clements Tonic my sys= | fern Is traced up, and my general! I; health 'much improved. ' | 86iffi sw©h a calling as mine, the || nervous tension is always high,...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

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THE GOLDEN MILE Perth, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

THE GOLDEN ME, — : ? ♦— — — ? Perth, November 28. , It was stated by a Kalgoorlie resident, who arrived this morning afc Perth, that early developments were expected to occur in the position on the Goldfields. Moderates were stead ily taking charge of the situation and it was believed that a secret; ballot, conducted on propec lines, was to be taken amongst the miners, with a view to ascertaining whether they fa vo\xv an early resumption of work.

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RAILWAY FATALITY AT MOORA. Moora November 28th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

RAILWAY FATALITY AT MOORA. Moora November 28th. The mangled remains of ,i man were found alongside the railway line at Moora Station this morning, the body having evidently been cut to pieces by the Perth Geraldton ex cress, which passed through Moora at tl o'clock last night. An investigation of the truck shows that the body was dragg ed and cut to pieces over a distance of about one hundred yards. The body is believed to he 'that of Thomas Skelton, aged 47, a returned soldier. The night was intensely dark, and it is presumed that he must have sat unnoticed at the edge of the platform and dozed off to sleep. When the exprpss came in, portion of tho engine struck his skull and instantaneously killed him, his legs being caught by one of the coaches.

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THE PASSING OF THE HOHENZOLLERNS. Berlin, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

THE PASSING OF THE HaHE?IZaU£RN8. : . Berlin, November 28. Ihere were many demonstrations on Sunday against the, monarchist meetings. Last week the C hrishian Socialists alone organised 60 crowded gatherings. Speakers emphasised their belief that . the Government shouldhaye shown much more energy in the countering royalist activities. - An identica1 resolution was passed at each meeting affirming solidarity of working classes and their firm' de termination to oppose the militarists.

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

' \- ' ' '.. ? . ? ? ? ?????. ALL ONE PRICE Phone 123. Victoria Streac, 3unbury.

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BRIGADIER GENERAL DRAKE-BROCKMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

BRIGADIER GENERAL DRAKE-BROCKMAN. Mr Baldock introduced the Nationalist Candidate for the State with the remark that he was one of the first three to enlist and enter Blackboy. The 'Candidate had a splendid reception and proved an able and clear speaker. He opened his address with the statement, that if elected that he would represent Western Australia only. He would own no allegiance to any party or organisation. He would point out that the Nationalists were not bound to any pledges save those given to the electors. The Senate had been designed by the constituton as a State house, and it was the business of the electors to send in men who were not bound to a party, the majority of whose members' came from other States and whose inter ests were necessarily different from those of this State. At the forth coining elections, the question the electors had to ask themselves was as to whether they were in favour of a .Government based on constituted authority ~ through the billot box, or...

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The Federal Elections. MR. W. N. HEDGES AND BRIGADIER-GENERAL DRAKE-BROCKMAN AT BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

The Federal Elections. MR. W. N. HEDGES AND BRIG ADIER - GENERAL DRAKE BROCKMAN AT BTJNBTJRY. At the close of the performance on Friday nighr at the Lyric Theatre short addresses were given by these candidates for the Federal Parlia ments. ' The Ma.yor-elect (Mr J. G. Bal dock) presided, and introduced Mr Hedges, who had an excellent re reeeption from the large audience. He spoke upon the exceedingly im portant questions that would face the new parliament. These included the settling of the many complex ques tions arising from the war and the forming of an intricate tariff He hoped the next House of Represent atives would consist of a body of men combined for the best interests of the Commonwealth, and not working one against the other. The. time for party politics was past. Only by careful thought could the grave problems that were before the country be solved. He had already served the State in the Federal Parliament, and was again among them to ask for their support. He had forty...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

Social a«d PersonaL Another 44th man enlisting in the army of Benedicts is Mr Bert Tyler, o£ the Bunbury post office. We are informed that ho will be 'sworn in' to day. Miss Cons and Baylis are holidaying in Bridgetown at present,. so that they will not be 'At Home,' next Wednes day afternoon1 Mr G. F. Pitcbiord, managing director of Bon Marche, Perth, is on a visit to Bunbury, accompanied by his wife and daughters. Mrs Statters, of Bridgetown, is spending a fortnight in Bunbury residing at the Burlington Hotel. A well known resident passed away at the Bun bury Hospital on Sunday last, in the person of -Captain Andrew Hannah, He had followed the sea for the most of his eighty years, and had an adventurous career. He seem ed in good health the previous Sunday wben he was the gue t of Mr and Mrs T. Bell, who had shown the ancient mariner many kindnesses. Mr E. W. Robinson, secretary to the ' Greenbushes lioad, Health and Hospital Boards, is holidaying in Bunbury and has enjoyed a few ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Motoring World. Cost of Motoring. Modern Owners Well Off. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

[?] Cost of Motoring. Modern Owners Well Off. ? Motoring is cheaper to-day than it ever was. This may seem a remarkable statement (says the 'Real Pro perty Annual') when we take into account the stupendous growth of the industry and its accompanying demands upon the world's petrol, rubber and metal resources. Yet the fact remains, even despite the chaotic influences of world-war. The reasons are plain. The whole of civi lisation has recognised that the internal combustion engine is the most efficient tractor, and traction is the backbone of industry and trade. This recognition has resulted in the demand, and hence the continuous efforts to improve and perfect this industrial factor. Necessity is the mother of invention, and that is all there is in the advancement of economical automobile engineering that has taken place in recent years. The laws of supply and demand increased the prices of certain commodities, but intensified demand- threw out its challenge to human intellect as it ...

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The Bunbury Herald FATHER O'CONNELL ACQUITTED. London. November 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

The Banbury Herald Special Cable Service. FATHER OQONNELL ACQUITTED. ? ♦ ? . London. November 28. father G'Domiell has baen acquitt ed.

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THE MOTORISING OF TRANSPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

THE MOTORISING OF TRANSPORT The motorising of transportation has come to play such an important part in the daily affairs of the world that many of the important details which at the time of happening received hardly more than passing .atten tion, are now of prime interest. Things have happened so quickly that they have been taken as a matter of course. Two years ago the Goodyear Tyre and Rubber Co. announced the inauguration of a motor truck service be tween the factory at Akron, O., and Boston, Mass., for the purpose of transporting rubber products to the Boston territory and hauling cotton fabric from the mill at Goodyear, Conn., back to Akron — a round trip of 1500 miles. It was the first long-distance hauling service put into operation in the United States, and it has been successful from the very start. The use of pneumatic tyre equipment on these trucks enabled them to operate the entire year regardless of weather conditions, and at no time since the inauguration of the line ...

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Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

Rifle Notes. . BUNBURY. The 10th.Sb.oot for the Trenoweth and the 4th Shoot for the Chas John son Trophies took place on Sunday last over the 200 and 300 yards ranges and was won by Chas Hill. Mr Hill was in great form getting 68 points off the rifle out of a possible jo. He put on 14 bulls eyes in suc cession oh the 200 yards. The record for the Bunbury range was held un til Sunday by Mr G F Te.ede with 10 bull eyes and Mr Hill went 4 bet ter. Following are the scores— 200 300 Tl. Hep Ag C.R. Hill ? 35 33 68 2 70 J. Nisbett ... 32 32 64 3 67 O. Ryau .... 33 31 64 3 67 GuyTeede ... 31 29 60 7 67 S. Birch ... 34-28 62 3 65 J. Murray ... 27 23 '.50 15 65 J. Hough ..^ 31 27 .58 ' :4 62 G. F. Teede... 33 25 58 4 62 Cunningham 28 29 57 5 62 Clem Hill ... 29 27 56 6 62 M.Elliott ... 22 21 43 7 50

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

MATCHES. The match manufacturers want more duty im posed; the man in the street and the woman in the home want better matches. The time-honoured test for matches is to be able to strike them on the seat of one's pants — obviously this is only pos sible for one sex, but be it noted both sexes are quite agreed that the matches at present available are, to say the least of it, not what they -profess to be. Apparently the remedy sought by manufac turers' operators does not go farther than an in crease of duty to judge by the deputation introduced recently to the Minister for Customs. It urged an' increase in the duty on matches. It was- stated that owing to the present keen competition, principally from Japan, it had been found impossible for the Australian manufacturer to continue. The deputa tion assured Mr. Greene that the conditions of operators in the match-making industry in Austra lia had been excellent, and that the wages earned had been up to £3 8s. a week. The Japanese ar ticl...

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THE FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA Paris, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

THE FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA Paris, November 28. Poulet had a forced landing half way between Karachi and Bombay owing to engine trouble. Allahabad, November 2S. Captain Ross-Smith arrived here at 5.5, after leaving Delhi at 9.30 in the morning. He was forced to des cend tor an hour, owing £0 engine trouble at Mufctra. He will leave for Calcutta iu the morning. He is very optimistic regarding ? the . future of his flight and said 'I hope to see them (Poulet) soon'. His compan ions are ail Well, and keen on the flight.

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GREYHOUNDS OF THE ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

GREYHOUNDS OF THE ATLANTIC. The Washington correspondent of the United States Press Association says that the United States Shipping Board has announced that it will build two of the largest ocean liners in the world. The vessels will have a speed of 30 knots an hour, enabling them to cross the Atlantic in less than four days. Each will have a gross tonnage of 55,000, a draft of 35 ft., and will be 1000 ft. in length, with a beam of 100 ft. The vessels will each carry 3000 passengers and a crew numbering 1000. They will be equipped for the burning of oil as fuel, and will have a cruising radius of 7000 miles. In addition; the vessels will be practically unsinkable. Other Marine Services. The Shipping Board has also made the announce ment, the correspondent states, that 729 American steamers, aggregating 4,288,971 dead-weight tons, Nn will shortly be placed on 62 regular cargo and pas senger lines to all parts of the world. A line be tween New York and Melbourne will be established, ...

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ENEMY SHIPPING. London, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

MY SHIPPING. ? ♦ ? London, November 28. Germany has now surrendered one and a half million tons' of merchaut Shipping of which Brittain. has 're- ceived 1,100,000 tons. Austria has surrendered almost the whole of her shipping, totalling 600,000 tons, of which. Italy administers the bulk.

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

PUBLICITY. What magic wand unlocks your doors, And moves the 'stickers' from your floors ? Injects new life in dying stores? Publicity. v~ What power makes mankind stop and thinki Makes hidden stocks disgorge their 'chink'? The mighty force of printer's ink, Publicity. What brought 'His Master's Voice' to you, Caused you to try a 'Regal' shoe; Or call for 'Spearmint' gum to chew? ?Publicity. What made a 'Packard' known to fame, Made 'Ivory Soap' a household name; Showed 'Mazda' like a torch aflame: Publicity. What made a 'Steinway'. gain renown ; Placed Heinz in many homes and towns, r . ' , Brought Ford success (a victor's crown)? Publicity. ? . ' And many more that we could name, Now lodged within the Halls of Fame, Attained their place by this self-same Publicity. A splendid stock may grace your floor — , That draws no buyers to your store, To land the 'kale' add one thing more — Publicity. ' ? — Exchange.-, The world moves along not only by the gigantic shoves of its hero-worker...

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

I Coming Season B SHIP THROUGH US IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST RE- | H TURNS. AS ALL SHIPMENTS TO THE UNITED KING- i |! DOM SUPERVISED BY OUR LONDON OFFICE. 1 H] NOW BEING RECEIVED. DO NOT HESITATE TO I H ' BOOK WITH US IMMEDIATELY. j Ws Head Office : 1 H 1 I VIKING HOUSE, PERTH. | i|- South-West Representative: 1 I F. H. CHIDGZEY, BRIDGETOWN. | II ? ? ? ?^»^WM_{ajMtaM.-w^^

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