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

*vss- ADAMS' ASPHALTDM ROOFING is much cheaper than Galvan _.^-^B^-^^»,.^) ised Iron — Figure out the sav ' 'j^f^'-Crk^'- -x^-. ug in first cost and in freight ,V: y^^^^fjS'.'v?. ..jC-^--- —Yet Adamax Roofiing will J^--j.-i^&^0^ ?'? --v£'H,«-: ** outlast galvanised Iron be , ????.; © '^^^C^^^J^-i/i^h. ADAMAX ROOFING is not /-Mcv^. --Z&& ^^^^^iv- 4i'^00-^t affe(Jted by climatic changes. fM^0^ ?H^J? ^''^ry^^^3^ ** is ^affected by acids, fcW'&^i.4^#£. M''WfcM Sases, or exposure, and will gpt§iig?ti« law boo™, „ Wf'l-iV&'7FSr vJi^™^cr.-^rtt,$tiP&w%$ many degrees cooler than iron. Si^'?W^^^«&^%i^nJ!i.^ ADAMAX ROOFING may W&%'- v.f^SVj -?!f ' ? jVC'«^''i I Iff be used as a floor covering, W^M^ik^'jL^JK, ? ?-* '^3 ???'?? W especially over concrete or '? ^^s^^a-i!iA^®^^!W^^^^V earth floors- as Jt is a nOQ' AV^AvafjS^py- 2ffi^^0~£%:'-*i£& conductor, of damp or cold. ' ^MiSmm'^m^t^^'^ ADAMAX ROOFING-The ???? '&&am...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Bunbury Race Club. NOMINATIONS FOR DECEMBER 10th., 1919. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

BiMibury Race Giu1). NOMINATIONS FOR DECEMBER lOth., 1919. ? (1) First anrl Second Class Plate — Le Lac, Extortion, Street Singer. All Colours, War.iloe, Rouge Bow, Non plussed, Kelowna., Down Town, Len elle, Fairainj Loch Sure, .Jess Willard, Meg Spartalow, ' Two Bees, Prmce Dainty, Gralbally, Tardie, Goldore, Extortion, Mazladdie. (2) Trial Stakes — Louis Lome, Causeway, Calorific., Spartisla, Grav ity Queen, Mainrose, Scado, Pertor, : Recast. ? ' I (3) Bunbury Handicap —Le Lac, Nonplussed, Down Town, Two Bees, Prince Dainty, ? Muralite, Perkin, Sunspar. \ (4) Picton Handicap— Mini, Louis Lome, Oakfield, Causeway, Arrow-; dale, Calorific, Fleur Bay, Gravity Queen, Mainrose, Scado, Lady Bun bury, Perkoise, Recast. (5) Farewell Handicap — Extortion Street Singer, Waralee, Rouge Bow, Kelowna, Lenelle, Jess Willard, Supermouut, Meg Spartalow, Two Bees, Galbally, Berktu, Spartilla, Sunspar, Extension, Mazladilie, Per tor.

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. GOODWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

SPORTING. ? ? ? 'HERALD' SELECTIONS. GOODWOOD KACES. Second Class Purse.— Wall Plate, 1 ; Nano, 2 ; Remus, 3. - Second Class Plate — Espilon, 1 ; ' Brave Belgian, 2 ; Master Gauze, 3. First Class Plate— Os^eO; i ; Loch Alm.i, 2 ; St Humphrey, 3. Goodwood; Handicap- -Bulgooroo, 1 ; Palisade, 2 ; Posteiu, 3. . First Class Purse, 1st Division — Frog Song, i; Lock Flint, 2-; Mas keete,- 3. . ..,?.- Second Division— Olio, 1 ; Non plussed, 2; Shelbourne, 3. \V Her Handicap — Le Lac, 1 ; Tuiu, 2 ; l algar, 3.

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The Minister for Defence SENATOR PEARCE AT BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

The Minister for Defence' ? : ? «, ? SENATOR PEARCE AT BUNBURY. _ Senator Penrce addressed ?, spieil didly attended meeting at ihe Lyric Theatre on M mday evening, and received an attentive hearing. The usual mob, in the dark recess, tried to keeD un a stream nf interia^S/^o but their efforts fell very flat, when he quietly remarked that he was ad dressing some remarks to the return ed soldiers and not to the gentlemen at the back of the hall, a unanimous laugh from all parties showed the opinion felt for the inieijectors. Cr Ford, who presided, apologised for the absence of the Mayor,, who was in attenda-ice at the annnal meeting of ratepayers, and briefly , introduced;. the Minister, who, in his opening remarks, dealt with the criticismthat had been showered upon him. He said some of the critics had been helpful, but the majority did not intend to help but to hinder. These blamed him for every little thing that went astray. If thesf£fos delay in supplying a pair of boors or the pa...

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Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. Saturday— 'Fatal Ring ' ; ' Miss Ambition,' Sunday— '35taen D 5 We Eat,' Enid Bennett. Monday — ' Woman of Impulse,' Lina Cavalieri; 'Hide and Seek,' Cornedy. Tuesday — 'Stella Maris,' Mary Pickford ; ' The Sheriff,' Ajrouckle* ; admission gd and is 6d Wednesday— 'Choosing a Wife '?; 'Houdini.' .-?' '--' Iv ; ' ; ' Thursday— Senator Pearce, address on Federal Politics. Friday — Goldwytr feature. Saturday—' F*tal R-ug ' ; ' Paid in Advance,' Dorothy Phillips. #

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

? Swimming' — The official opening of the Bnnbury Swimming Club will take place at the Baths to-morrow at ii a.m. An attractive muster has £y?en arranged and a big roll up is expected. Tt.e*bailis fence has been thoroughly repaired and is now sharkproof. The new lesee has not yet taken posce.:sion, but it is ex pected thai all arrangements 'vvil! be concluded by the ist of December. . Soft Woods in the South West Mr B Sialtery lately cut np. a fifty year old pine grown at Edenvnle, the property of Mr Rich. The tree was one of three springirg from the. one root and was blown down during a recent gale. It was planted fifty vears aeo bv the late Mr Reynolds and at the same time two others, Btill standing, were planted;. by Mr Coonan at Dardanup. Mr Slattery, who is the owner of a small fruit case mill, ran the trunk out in 16 in- h planks and forwarded them to Mr J G Hough, who says that, they are ideal timber for table tops and other furniture. Stealing — On Wednesday mornr ing before...

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

We want you to call on us and get our prices .and catalogues of the following *. — Ford Cars and Ford Trucks, Studeba£er Cars Indian, Triumph, and Douglas Motor Cycles. Armstrong's famous ladies and gentlemen's Push Bicycles. Stocks on hand. We can arrange special terms We also have large stocks of Dunlop ai 1 Good Year Motor Covers and Tubes and all other motor ? accessories. Massey Harris Machinery. Dobhies New Home, and Dobbies Special Sewing Machines (stocks on hand). Malloch Bros, (all their lines), including Alston Windmills, Ridd Milking Machines, and Dreadnought Tree Pulle.ii, etc , etc. Meggitts Linseed Meal. Adamax Roofing Felt. We stock everything you require at prices equai to Perth at the General Merchants, . Bunbury; Narrogia, Williams and Subiaco. Are known throughout the South-West. Every Leading Line Stocked. Country Orders Receive Prompt and Skilled Attention. WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. J. ? Monkhouse, Victoria Street, Bunbury. 'Phone SO. The South Bunbury Cash Store. ...

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Greenbushes. POLICE COURT. Before His Worship, W. L. Owen. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 November 1919

Greenbushes. POLICE COURT. Before His Worship, W. L. Owen. V J M Deworboies v. N M Pusey. —This was an application by a young woman of 19 years for an order for the maintenance of her illegitimate child. Complainant had known de- fendant for about 12 months, but in- timately not quite so long. She had resided at Hesters Park and he used to visit her parents' house. The child was born on 2oth October last and defendant was the father. He said he would keep the child and had paid Nurse Lewis' fees. She pro- posed to go to the Salvation Army Home where the child would be adopted. Her parents refused to take her back home. She did not know what defendant earned. De- fendant at first denied he was the   father but afterwards admitted it. W M Pusey, defendant, said he wa's a widower, was a timber worker and had no family, and earned about £4 per week. He admitted paternity of the complainant's child. An order was made for the payment by de- fendant of 12s 6d per week, till th...

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

Manjimup. A very successful meeting of the R.S.A. was held on Saturday evening last. Interalia, it was decided to call a public meeting at an early date, in order to see whether assist ance would be available for the con struction of an Institute in which meetings and social events could be held. Already there are 70 members of the R.S.A. in the district It was also decided to tender a return social to the members of the Welcome Home Committee, who had worked so wholeheartedly and enthusiastically in providing many entertainments to the returned boys. In regard to the War Gratuity Bonds, alter discussion it was decid- ed that the proposed- interest bearing bonds were acceptable to the mem bers of this Branch, provided they were to be generally negotiable. On the 19th last a pretty wedding which was largely attended was cel- ebrated at the Roman Catholic Church, the contracting parties being Mr Frank Felstead, late of the Pion- eer Corps of the A.I.F, and Miss Louise Starkie. The cer...

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

HAYWARDS. It is 57 years since the late Mr Thomas Hayward opened a little store on the shores of Koombana Bay, and from this small beginning has sprung up a business that extends through the whole of the South-West province. The original   building still stands, but is overshad- owed by the larger premises that had   to be erected to meet the: expanding volume of business. This expansion proved beyond the greatest expecta- tions of the founder of the business ; and to-day the present Company is opening their large new stores front- ing Stephen and Arthur Streets. The history of this business is really that of Bunbury, and the present new premises compared with the original little store, is a fit representation of the city with its miles of streets that has taken the place of. the old seaside village. The main factor in building up this vast business was, in the early days, undoubtedly the strict integrity of its founder, The late Mr Hay- ward bore the name ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 29 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 Works W. Riches and F. Pearce, 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 — YETTER& 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 %*f %aM Mad %,J? RELIABILITY, COMFORT Made in Australia for Australian Conditions. Weste...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

FOR Quick Results advertise your , requirements in the ' Herald' which has the largest circulation of any paper published South of Perth .

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Bunbury Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

Bunbyrjf Tennis Glub. The year ending on 31st October has proved a most 'progressive one for tlie Club, and both the roll of membership and the financial state ment show considerable improvement. The former has increased to 88, and the Committee hope to see a further increase daring the present year. A number of the old members have re turned from the front and again joined up with the Club, and these were heartily welcomed home again. : The season opened on Armistice Day, November 11, 1918, and, owing to favorable weather conditions, was continued well into the winter. The attendances were good and to prevent overcrowding for the coming season the Committee were forced to con sider the question of putting down four new courts. The Municipal Council granted the necessary land, and also donated £30 towards filling it up, as portion of it lay some two feet lower than the present court. The main part of this work was carried out by the Council employees, under the direction of Mr W. J....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

nj_ij«_»«nni -iiiiinn MiMiiimi ? ??—-[??iiiii ii nn-wirr' — ? r~i ? ? 11—— ?— -Mm-iriri-nranrr This is the time to book up your Christmas Cbesrv - The Narrogin Trading & Agency Oo., Ltd., can supply your wants. Be sure and place your orders early and avoid disappointment. Union, Swan, Emu, Oasfclemaine, and Red Oastle Ale and Stout in ' quarts, 48/- per case; 12/6 per doz. ; 6/6 per gallon ; Pint Bottles Stout, 8/6 per doz. ~ WINES.— Duces' Port, 1/9 per bottle : Penfolds' Ports, 2/9, 3/3, 3/9 and 4/6 per bottle; Seppelb's Ports, 2/9, 3/3, 3/9 and 5/- per bottle ; Muscatel, Muscadine, Frontignac, CoDstantia, 3/- per bottle; Sherry, 2/9 and 4/- per bottle ; Clarets, 2/6^ and 2/9 per bottle, Special quote for case lots. ' BRANDY.— Penfoldrs 'Hospital' and Seppelt's, 60/- per gallon.-'. WHISKY.— Sanderson'?, Har vey's Special, King George, Mitchell's?, and D.O.L., 60/- per gallon. RUM.— 60/- per gallon. GIN,— 60/- per gallon. SEDNA. — 2/6 and 5/- per bottle. VIKOPELOS NERVE TON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

[?] i » V'''' ? . ALL ONE PRICE [?] Phone 122. N Victoria Street, dunbii /y. pEDEBAL ELECTIONS. SENATE. Mr J. S. Crawford Country Party Candidate will address the Electors of Bunbury at ROSE HOTEL CORNER 8 p.m. Monday, December 8th. In case of the weather being un favourable the meeting will be held in Bedford Hall. - (Authorised by S. H. Johnson, Emanuel Chambers, Perth.) ^ jMEDERAL ELECTIONS. DIVISION QF SWAN. J. H. Prowse The Country Party Candidate for the House of Representatives and Victor Risley C.P. Senate Candidate will address the Electors as follows :- -Monday. December 8, Brunswick Junction, 8 p.m. ; Tuesday, Dec. 9, Harvey, 8 p.m. ; Wednesday, ,Dec. 10, Yarloop, 8 p.m. ; Thursday, Dec. 11.. Waroona, 8 p.m. ; Friday, Dec. 12, Bunbury, 8 p.m. (Authorised by S. H. Johnson, Emanuel Buildings, Perth.) fjlEDERAL ELECTIONS. J} , v; . :. ?? - HOW TO VOTE. V Electors MUST vote for at least SEVEN (7) Candidates. The Candidates for the SENATE are : — Crawford (Country Party.) Drak...

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AUDITOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

AUDITOR'S REPORT, Messrs E. H. Zollner and J, B. Teede report as follows ; We have completed the audit for year ending 31st October. We have one or two matters to check, which does not affect the general result of thfi vear'c nnorotinnc TTViot-o Unn been very little to comment upon since the exhaustive enquiries which were made a few weeks back. We propose however to address you at a later date upon the ,usual question of outstanding accounts for rates etc., and one matter of Government sub sidy which appears to have been brought forward from time to time. We again desire to respectfully urge that a thorough investigation of the bookkeeping system be made, with a view to improvements and would suggest that the best expert Munic ipal accountant available be employ? ed for th,is purpose.

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Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

Lyric theatre. ? ? . -.?-..:-- ? ?** ' ' ? PROGRAMME FOR TEE WEEK. Wednesday — ' Choosing a Wife '; 'Houdini,' Thursday— Senator Pearce, address on Federal Politics. Friday— Goldwyn feature. Saturday— 'Fatal Ring' ; 'Paid in Advance,' Dorothy Phillips.

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THE ELECTRICAL ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

THE ELECTRICAL ENGI^ E.WS REPORT. During the past year the total out put from the station was 372,508 units, showing an increase of 57,871 units over that of last year. There has been a good deal of comment recently as to the high cost of current in Bunbury compared to other towns, but a glance at the following figures will show that far from beiqg the highest in the State. the price received in Bunbury is the lowest of Municipally controlled con cerns in Western Australia. As indicated above the output was 372508 units of which 279,381 units were sold produciug a revenue of ^,5815/11/3, On the units generated this works out at an average of 3.4 pence per unit obtained, and on the unics sold an average of 4.99 pence, a very low figure indeed. This is accounted for, of course, by the fact that the greater portion of our con sumption is for power, some of it given away as a donation. The re mainder sold at the lowest price for power in the State as far as munic ipalities are concerned...

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Social and Personal [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

Sosia! and Psrsonai, Miss Joy Wilson, left last Monday for Donnybrook, where she is staying with Mrs H, A. Mitchell. Miss Rene Walters is holidaying in Perth aud Midland Junction. Mr and Mrs Coppin, of Subiaco, are holidaying at Turkey Point. Mr and Mrs Tuxford and family and-'Miss Tuixford of Claremont, are amongst those camping at Turkey Point. Miss M. Seabrook returned to Bunbury on Sunday. Dr and Mrs J. Kenny, of Perth, have been staying with Dr and Mrs Joel. Mr and Mrs A. 'E. Gunning, of Capel, are the proud parents of a bonny daughter. Mr Joseph ' Newman,, of Wagin, was killed through being thrown from a buggy on Tuesday, 18th inst. Mr Newman was at one time employed at Roelands Quarry and supervised the big shot that, at that time (1907). moved the record amount of reck in Australia. Mr Roy Mitchell, son of the Prem. ier. is visiting Bussellun 'district. ?Iu*r Angus. GUclirist, who recently returned frum active se'rvice, is on a short stay at Busseilon. The marriage of Miss M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

— Oo To a' : THE 'BEST' SOAP. BEST FOR SUMMER USE. v ????-??;.? BEST FOR WINTER USE. - BEST FOR GENERAL USE. - . . BEST FOR SKIN TROUBLES. GERMICIDAL SOAP (MILD) 1s 6d per Cake. ???'ViA'DD ^ r*t\ CHEMISTS, HAVE YOU VISITED Indar Singh's New Store? THE MOST UP-TO-DATE SHOP IN YARLOOP AND DISTRICT AND THE FINEST STOCK OF GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRAPERY, GROCERIES, etc. ALL GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. ,ATT1TTTV CONSISTENT WITH RELIABLE QUALITY. Goods Delivered Daily to all Sidings. THE BEST OF MEAT Delivered Daily in Waroona and District. EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY TO HAWIEL RAIL DAILY ALL STATIONS TO YARLOOP AND TO COOLUP. FRESH BREAD DAILY. U S* C?nn A f*T?\r The Up-to-date Butcher, [I, (J. S 1 AUti Y 9 WAROONA. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED BY ? .-r.CRANNAOBS1 SUPPLY STORES, BRUNSWICK. THE PROGRESSIVE GENERAL, SCORE. ' Cranuage's supply everything needed in Kitchen, House, or Farm, at ''?-...' Lowest Prices consistent with Reliable Quality, Groceries, Provisions, - Hardware, Drapery, B...

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