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THE INFLUENZA DEATH ROLL. Melbourne, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

THE INFLUENZA DEATH ROLL. Melbourne. December 2. . ? Dr. Cumpston, Federal Director of Quarantine, made available to-day the death roll in Australia from the Pneumonic Influenza. Since the beginning of the outbreak to Nov. 7, the total number of deaths were 10,531, made up as follows : — Victor- ia, 3,347: N.S.W., 5,870; South Australia, 504; Queensland, 286 ; Western Australia, 338 ; Tasmania, 186.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

Shipping. Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. S.s. Huntress (Millars T. and T. Co., Ltd , Agents.)

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CRICKET. AUSTRALIA v. SOUTH AFRICA Johnnesburg, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

GR13KET. , ? . ? -♦ ? ' ' '? AUSTRALIA v. SOUTH AFRICA Johnnesburer, December 2. The second fcesfc match, between the. Australians and South African elev en was continued to-day. The scores in the first innings were South Africa 115, Australians 458. Willis not out 71, Latnpard ' 73. Second innings South Africa 1 wicket for 12.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

Mail Notices, Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — Onite-i Kingdom, Dec- 21. Asia. Dec. 21. Egypt, Dec. 21. «.

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THE MUNICIPAL STRIKE. Perth, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

THE 'iD'tiliiiPAL .BtRIIK. \ Perth, December 2. Concering the Municipal strike, the i decision of the Council to prosecute the strikers seems to have so widen ed a gulf between the disputing part ies, that, pending legal proceedings, there does not appear to be any sign of settlement.

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

- TUC PAQH ISOTFI \ I Ht liArrS rill I n - 1 iSkr Una L.IL eiu i L,L^ i CAPEL. ; C PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. \ A Delightfnl Country Holiday Resort. / Easy motoring distance of Bus.selton and ./ the Caves. / J*» - y Best Liquors only Stocked. j 1 5/' « One Minute from Beach and Batho, \ /' ^^/IT'^?^ Mfffi/aTy Bulk and |: e^VVcafea Ol^QSE' Bottled. - ; Daniel Grnwford's Bulk Wliisky \ ' , » Us 6dper bottle. £ S. C. AVERlLLr Proprietor. X.

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

The Most Centrally Situated Hotel in BcmWy. Proprietor. . . ' Wines Beers-, and Spirits of the Finest Quality Most Popular Billiard Kooin in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. Visit Harvey Weir and Milan of Orange Groves. v {Special Provision made for Week End Parties and Holiday Seekers. THE HARVEY HOTEL Comprises over 16 Bedrooms SpaciouR Dining Room, Parlors, Music. and Billiard Rooms, Hot and Cold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and all the most up-to-date Conveniences. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Telephone No. 34. A. R. Franklin. (Late of Hazell's Photo Plays) Proprietor. \ BRUNSWICK HOTEL. Excellent Accommodation for Visitors. Motorists' especially catered for. Commercial Travellers please Note ! Under entirely New Management. lVAro* S&UB-iS^ 1 m a a. %J}jfce& £%*&« %?99i Victoda Street, Btiahuey, The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bar in the South- West. Electric Fans, Coolness and Rest. All Drink...

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

THE HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT. : Dr S. Crownson Joel reports as follows? At no time during the last 10 years has your Board had such a strenuous lime as during the last twelve months This is owing to the preparation for organisation and finally the combat ing of the Pneumonic Influenza epi demic, that swept through the com munity during the winter months. When the epidemic first manifested itself in the Municipality, in the first week in August, arrangements were so complete that within four hours of the first case being notified an emergency hospital was opened, staffed and properly equipped; This hospital remained open until October 14th, when the violence of the epi demic having subsided, it was deemed safe to dispense with it. During the period of the epidemic, only 3 deaths occurred among those who had sought medical aid, two other cases, under, no treatment were found, post mortem, to have died of the disease. In addition to the cases at the Em ergency Hospital, the statistics o...

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The Municipality of Bunbury. ANNUAL RATEPAYERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

The Municipality of Bunbury. ANNUAL RATEPAYERS' - - v MEETING. - 7 ?-..?:.. The Annual Meeting was held on Tuesday 25th ult. at the Council Chambers when there was a full attendance of councillors, with the exception of Cr. Ford, who had taken the Mayor's place as Chairman for Defence, and Cr Minors. There were no other ratepayers Dresent. t. ^ t — ? THE MAYOR'S REPORT, His Worship, the Mayor, Mr W, L. Thomas, read a lengthy report, of which the following are abstracts. 'I have the great satisfaction of pointing to a very large amount of work done, a great revenue received, and very solid improvements carried out during my term of office as your Mayor. 'Finance.— It is most gratifying to learn from a. comparison of the finan cial statement laid before you that every source of Municipal revenue shows an increased and increasing flow, At the same time I must express regret that some ratepayers pay their rates under repeated pres sure, and that another contingent have not paid up at al...

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THE RACE TO AUSTRALIA Welteverden, Java, Dec. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

THE RACE TO AUSTRALIA Welteverden, Tava, Dec. 2. Captain Ross-Smith is landing on Thursday, December 4th, at 2 p.m., at Tangerany near Batavia. The Government has despatched an in fantry section to patrol the sea shores in case of distress. A corrected message sent from Allahabud yester day states that Koss-Smilh expected to reas.h Bangkok (Si am), en-route to Singapore in 5 hours after leaving Rangoon (Burma) and he is due fo reach Australia at g o'clock on Dec. 13th, but he expects however to accomplish the journey by Dec. loth br.i'itb..' ? ... - ' '? - ' ' I

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The Bunbury Herald BY AIR TO AUSTRALIA. London, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

The Bufibury Herald Special Cable Senice. ~ BY iTft TO AU8TR*U»r ? -fr ? London, December 3 The Aeroplane 'Kangaroo' reach ed Piza on Saturday and Rome on Sunday afternoon. Wilkins intends to leave for Taronto to-day. Lt. R Paren has entgred for the Australian flight, and he is collaborating with the Beardmore Aero Engine Coy. Paren will decide the details of the machine's . constrtction which has not been commenced.

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The Bunbury Herald WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

The Bunbury Herald WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. ? £ ? ? v Local aivd General, - Federal Elections,— Senator P, Lynch will address the electors at the Lyric Theatre tomorrow (Thurs day) evening, when there t should be a big attendance. (W. El Farham, Victoria St. Bunburv. Death in the Train. — On Saturday last an old identity of the Collie dis district in the person of Mr Jas. Knox, died in the train between Collie and Brunswick. The police would be glad to hear from anyone who can 'tell them where they can locate deceased's friends or relatives. Bunbury Tennis Club.— -The Offic cia! opening of the courts will take place on Sunday next, the 6th Dec ember, when Mr G. .C. Money, M.L.A., will declare the Courts open for the season's play. An invitation is extended to the friends of members of the Club and visitors to be present at the opening of the courts. Ferguson Fancy Ball.— The postg poned plain and fancy masquerade tennis ball, which was to have been held at Ferguson on November 2ist, w...

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

Mai! Notices, ? — v ? Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at ? 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — CTnite-i Kingdom, Dec- 21. Asia. Dec. 21. ? Egypt, Dec. 21. *

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Accident at Collie. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

km\m\ at Ociiie Mr Andrew Watson, manager of the Oo-operasivo colliery, was killed on Saturday last. He was on the company's locomotive when it left the rails and capsized, Mr Watson being killed instantaneusly. Mr Watson was about forty years of age, and was greatly respected by those in a position to judge of his qualifications. He leavrs a widow and five children. The funeral took place on Sunday, and almost the whole population of Collie followed his remains to the grave. His loss will be severely felt

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

' Perth-Bunbury Train. — Passengers are reminded that the train for Perth, which formerly left at 2 40 p.m., now leaves ten minutes earlier, viz., at 2.30 p.m. Boyanup Parish, Sunday Dec 7.— Ferguson, 11 a.m. Holy Communion ?and SermoD ; Dardanup, 3 p.m. Evensong ; Boyanup, 7.45 p.m. Even song. Sanitary— The Mayor's report states that the Sanitary Depart ment has, as usual, been efficiently and- profitably conducted, the tota revenue being practicaliy the same as last year. The construction of a corduroy road and the purchase of . new pans absorbed a large amount of ? the revenu-j, as will be seen by the balance sheet.- Legislation is now being sought to run the system as a trading, concern. Library— The Municipal Library . shows a fair record, the number of subscribers having increased. New books have from month to month been added to the circulation, the cost to the Council amounting to something over ,£50 over and above |fc the receipts. jgf^ .Bunbury Motor Bus— Mr R.Hen -rh ders...

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

- Go To - , THE 'BEST' SOAP. . BEST FOR SUMMER USE. ' . BEST FOR WINTER USE. BEST FOR GENERAL USE. BEST FOR SKIN TROUBLES. GERMICIDAL SOAP (MILD) 1s Sd per Cake. 4'*i A T&'D iP €**(T\ CHEMISTS, ' UAJfcf JHL Cfe I^Oo^ BUNBURY. HAVE YOU VISITED ; Indaf Singh's New Store? THE MOST UP-TO-DATE SHOP IN YARLOOP AND DISTRICT AN-D THE FINEST STOCK OF GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRAPERY, GROCERIES, etc. ALL GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. , rTk^-xr. - - . ;; CONSISTENT. WITH RELIABLE QUALITY. Goods Delivered Daily to all Sidings. j^^iM_]JMamumn_Un ? imiiiiii ? ^!i&jar^mrzrnamBemmmKaat'tta?*SVCKmss32s--^' *?-??=- ??--- THE BEST OF MEAT Delivered Daily in Warooraa and District. EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY TO HAMSL ?A' RAIL. DAILY ALL STATIONS TO YARLOOP AND TO COOLUP. FRESH BREAD DAILY. ? 1 I~* C?T* A S^X3\r The Up-to-date Butcher, it. (I. blAttil, WAROONA. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED BY ? 'CRANNAQES' SUPPLY STORES, BRUNSWICK. THE PROGRESSIVE GENERAL. SPORE. ' Cranuage's supply every thin...

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The Bunbury Herald WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

The Bunhury Herald WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. , ? 1 ? Local ay General, - Federal Elections. — Senator P, Lynch will address the electors at the Lyric Theatre to:morrow (Thurs day) evening, when there should be a big attendance. (W. E. Farham, Victoria St. Bunburv. Death in the Train. — On Saturday last an old identity of the Collie dis district in the person of Mr Jas. Knox, died in the train between Collie and Brunswick. The police would be glad to hear from anyone who can tell them where they can locate deceased's friends or relatives. Bunbury Tennis Club. — The Offic cial opening of the courts will take place on Sunday next, the 6th Dec ember, when Mr G. C. Money, M.L.A., will declare the Courts open for the season's play. An invitation is extended to the friends of members of the Club and visitors to be present at the opening of the courts. Ferguson Fancy Ball. — The postj poned plain and fancy masquerade tennis ball, which was to have been held at Ferguson on November 21st, will n...

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

Harvey. Mrs H. McNeil and party, o£ Yar loop, paid a flying visit to Harvey, per car, last Tuesday and were the guests of Mrs Lee and Mr Frank Driscoll. We bear with much regret of the illness of our popular Rector's wife, Mrs Owens. She is at present an inmate of St. Olair's Hospital, Bun bury. The Fox Trot and Jazz craze has at last reached Harvey; Local dancers are not a bit sorry. There are rumours of four more motor ' cars soon- to grace Harvey streets. -Mr Roy Hayward's ' Ford ' has alreadv arrived. & The loquat picking and packing in Harvey will soon be at an end. Mr G. P. Oharman, whose fruit gained first and second prizes at the recent Bunbury Show, has already sent away over 500 ca3es. Harveyites are quite proud of the many prizes brought home from the Bunhury Show. . Their pen-painting, flowers, fruit and ring events quice got their share of prizes. Mr Phil Stone, who has seen four vears active service abroad, returned home last Saturday, accompanied ;by an Englis...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919

'?- Shipping. _^ ? , Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. S.s. Huntress (Millars T. andT. Co., Ltd , Agents.)

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

Cricket The Boy an up A team paid Capel a visit on Sunday and 'succeeded in re covering the 'ashes ' brought away by Capel on the occasion of their previous meeting. The locals had first use of the creases but were all dis missed for the poor total of 59. To this Boy anup replied with 89. In the second innings the Capel lads did much better, and when five wickets had fallen for 101, they closed their innings in the hope of ' outing ' their opponents in an hour or so. This they failed to do and the visitors therefore had a win on the first inn ings. An excellent luncheon was provided at the Capel Hotel, which, it is needless to say, was done full just ice to by all, as was also the after noon tea kindly supplied on the ground by the Capel ladies, who are becoming famous tor their refresh ments. G L Summers and H Hutton were the only double figures, with 16 and 10 respectively, in Capel's first inn ings, but F Delaporte was shaping well and carried his bat for 7 and in the second inni...

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