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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919
a SSOCIATIONS INOORPORA il TION ACT 1895. I Herman Max Beigel of Bunbury iii the State -of Western Australia Company Manager Trustee of or person authorised by the Bunbury Eeturhed Soldiers Industries do here by give notice that I am desirous that such institution should be mcor orated under the under the provisions of 'The Associations Incorporation Act 1895.' Dated the twentieth day of of Nov embe one thousand nine hundred and nineteen. H. M. BEIGEL. The following is a copy of the Memorial intended to be filed in the Supreme Court under the provisions of the said Act. » ? Memorial of the Bunbury Returned Soldiers Industries filed in pursuance of the Associations Incorporation Act 1895. 1 Name oflnstitution ' The Bun bury Returned Soldiers Industries.'. 2 Object or purpose of the Insti tution. (a) To establish equip maintain j and conduct a factory for wood work ing in all its branches and also any other industry the Association may from time to time decide upon for the purpose of ...
Obituary. MR. PATRICK GARVEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 December 1919
Obituary. MR. PATRICK GARVEY &nbsp; The death took place at his resi- dence, Dardanup, on 22nd November, of one of the oldest settlers in the South-West in the person of Mr Patrick Garvey, who had the respect of all who knew him. Deceased was born in Tipperary, Ireland, 85 years ago, and arrived in West Australia, with his parents and other members of the family, when 18 years of age. Land was selected at Dardanup for farming and grazing purposes, and deceased spent the remainder of his life there. He married Miss Mary Hennessy, who predeceased him just ten years ago, and there were six children born of the marriage, of whom three survive him. The last sacraments were adminis- tered by the Rev. Father Finnegan, who was in constant attendance dur- ing the late Mr Garvey's last illness. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and was largely attended. The remains of the kindly old man were conveyed to the family portion of the Dardanup cemetery and laid beside...
Harvey. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
Harvey. (From our Correspondent) ' On Tuesday evening last, a very interesting lecture was given by Mr French in theHarvey Hall on his trip through Norway. The lecture was accompanied by a series of lantern slides which. showed to ad vantage the beautiful scenery of that country. It being the Anniversary of the Methodist Church, a birthday cake was sold during the evening ; some good mnsical items were ren dered by Messrs Cooper, Driscoll and Woodall. A pretty wedding was celebrated in the Church of Christ last Saturday, when Miss A. Livingston was mar ried to Mr Bert Ottery, both of Harvey. The Church was beauti fully decorated with white flowers and fern by the lady friends of the bride. The bride's dress was of soft white silk,, adorned with bugle trim ming, and the bridesmaid, Miss Marjorie Sharp, wore pale pink. Both bride and maid wore dainty white crepe-de-chine picture hats. Mr Sid Ottery, brother of the groom, acted as best man, and Miss Violet Charman presided at the organ...
TURBULENT MEXICO. Washington, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
TURBULENT MEXICO. Washington, Dec. 5. senator JS.ing, in the U.S.A. Sen ate, has introduced a resolution em powering President Wilson to use the army and navy to enforce the payment of claims against Mexico for damages regarding American citizens. Robert Lansing, Secretary of State, has con ferred with the Foreign Relations' Committee, it is understood, with reference to Senator Fall's resolution regarding the breaking off of diplom atic relations with Mexico. 'Senator Hitchcock has introduced a resolution authorising a breach of diplomatic relations with Mexico, and so let President Sabling thence forward act on at his own discretion. The reso lution was referred to a committee.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
Furniture at a lower price — When you are Furnishing in elaborate style or making a simple little home you will find in W Zimpel's showrooms exactly what you seek, marked at a frie'hdly price. On the principle that there is no economy where quality is not considered, I make strength, durability and artistic designs my first consideration, notwithstanding the faultless merits of my goods. 1 will show you hovy to furnish taste fully and well for a small outlay, and. the pleasure will not- be all mine when you call to inspect. 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. /
Warren Repatriation Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
Warren Repafnatson Committee. On Saturday evening a social and dance was held in the Municipal Workers' Hall in aid of the funds of the above. In theabsence of the chair man, Mr J W jLyall, caused through illness in his famiiy, Mr James Barrie presided. Mr Barrie referred to the work of the Committee during the past 12 months and then called uDon Mr W. Johnston, the hon secretary, to read the reports and outlines of the Com mittee's operations. . Mr Johnston said that the Com mittee was formed at a meeting held on Sept 14th, 1918, when it was re solved, on account of the large area, to appoint seven sub-committees, being one each for No 1 State Mill, Jarnadup, Pemberton^ Warren, Peer up, Balbarrup and Marijimup. From the members of these Committees 7 were elected to form an Executive. The first meeting of the latter body had been held on January 25th 1919 and the next meeting on November 22nd. Thirty two applications for financial help had been dealt with. This meant . an expenditur...
Donnybrook. The Donnybrook Fair. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
OoDnjbrook. The Donny brook Fair. It is indeed gratifying to the mem bers of the Women's Guild that their strenuous work, which has been carried on by sewing bees and other ways, was so well rewarded at the Fair, which was held on the 21st and 22ud November. The pro prietress of each stall had_ collected the articles for it. The various stall holders were Mesdames Harding (dolls) ; H A Mitchell (jumble)s V C Mitchell (cake) ; Snowball (plain and fancy) ; Rennick (toys and bran tub), Pittman (sweets and cool drinks) ; Mesdames Attwell and Me Intosh and Miss Gibson (flowers). Afternoon tea was sold by Mrs Clay and her band of willing helpers, and all were well satisfied. In the even ing an excellent high tea was par taken of by many for the small charge of 1/6. During the evening a nail driving competition was held, the gentlemen's heat being won by Mr J Bradshaw, and the ladies' by Mrs W gears. Guessjng competitions resulted as follows: Beans in Bottle, Mrs Mcln tosh ; Weight of Cake...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
?? *t?^*^^^^^^^fi Big Wheel t^i^fi^mM Pe°Ple' \ -y?f o Ho IHis^Mflday ^ Soil WAGON AND WHIM BUILDERS. TeL L119. 8PBING PAEK EOAD, MIDLAND JUNCTION. Mill Mea.— Whims supplied to Order. Our Wheels stand up to any amount of Hard 'Work. Carrying Capacity from one to one hundred tons. ^,.1, — ,^, .-;;:??„, — i*l- — *^-L*. . i- ,.,?. j^'-^ s , ,^,. ?. , , — cj -.v :; ?' f , 2S7O ? -.- ? - \ '1 Have Cured nearly every kind of *'— — ^#1 internal Disease in its early stages with the g$I . aid oi 'LESLIE' SALT LICKS ? j| Such so oeour in calves, cows and grass cattle, murrain, |fj Ioso of appetite, etc., and always use them with the food |f|| oi every animal on the place, which I believe is tho |§|| cqugq of not having any sickness among them.' p|| Such ia the evidence of one who feeds his cows on jj-&j|i .. The New Tonic Food for ALL Animals. jS^J 'Loolio' Salt Licks entirely solve the problem of how to distribute *' V ggT '? salt iia a clean wholesome condition — without waste — so ...
The I.A.B. Farmers. LIQUIDATION OF INDEBTEDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
The I.A.B. Farmers. LIQUIDATION OP INDEBTED NESS. The position of the farmers who are being carried by the Industries ' As sistance Board, is one that has much earnest consideration from many men directly interested in farming, or in directly interested as a result of ? having advanced money or goods to thoBe settlers. Various schemes have been propounded, some of which are TOrtrfh-o- nf a+.fAnt.irm. The srround may be said to be held by four plans: 1. The I.A.B. Scheme itself. 2. The proposals put forward by Mr. Sinclair McGibbon. ^: 3. Tho plan propounded by Mr. James Gardiner. 4. The arrangements made by finan cial institutions, of which the Nation al Bank scheme of arrangement seems to be the most complete and satisfac tory. The following are the outlines of the various schemes so far proposed or in operation. ME. McGIBBON'S PROPOSALS. At the August Conference of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, at the request of the President, explain ed his proposals as already outlined...
SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. W.A.T.C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
SPORTING. ??. ? ' ? ? ? ; ' HERALD ' SELECTIONS. W.A.T.O.^,MEETING. Flying Handicap. — St. Humphrey 1, Observation 2, Mannequin 3. . W.A. Plate— Epsilon 1, Affair de Joie 2, Master Gauze 3. December Stakes. — Eurythmic 1, Mistico 2, New Tipperary 3. Nursery Handicap.— Jolly Cosy 1? Some Gold 2, Queen Post 3. York Handicap. — Alice Kenilworth 1, Ritz 2, Gold Coin 3. Marlborough Handicap. — Jehad 1, Lord Sfcratbburg 2, Lustroso 3.
Gooseberry Recipes Gooseberry Meringue. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
Gooseberry Recipes Gooseberry Meringue. Required: Gooseberries, one pound; eggs, two; milk,, one pint; rice, two ounces ; sugar, two ounces. Rinse out a saucepan, pour in the i milk, and heat to boiling point. Add the milk and let it boil gently till it is a thick soft mass. The best way is to use a double milk pan ; or if you haven't one you can stand the pan in another larger one containing boiling water. Keep the lid on the pan and stir its contents now and then. Meantime, top and tail the fruit and put it in the piedish with the ugar and about a gill of water. Use . a good-sized dish, as the rice has to be added later. Separate the yolks and whites of egg. When the rice and gooseberries are soft, add the former to the latter and mix. Beat up and stir in the yolks, and bake for about ten minutes. Whisk the whites to a stiff froth, so stiff that it clings to the plate when it is turned over. Sweeten this whip with white sugar and heap it over the baked pudding. Bake it in a cool o...
Bunbury Race Club. WEIGHTS AND ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
Bunhury Race Oiub. ?WEIGHTS AND ACCEPTANCES. Following are the weights and ? acceptances for 'the Bunbury Race Club's meeting to he held on Wed nesday afternoon next (December .10): F1RST CLASS PLATE. (Six Furlongs). Le Lac, 8&; Down Town, 7.12; btreet Singer, Two Bees, 7.9; Kelowna, 7.0 ; Extortion. 6.7. TRIAL STAKES. (Seven Furlongs.) Louis Lome, 8.8; Causeway, 8.3; Pertor, 8.2 ; Mainerose, 8.0 ; Gravity Queen, 7.10 ; Calorific; Recast, 7.0. BUNBURY HANDICAP. (One Mile and a Quarter.) - Le Lac, 9.10; Down Town, 8.13 5 Two Bees, 8.10; Lady Alawa, 7.7 T Nonplussed, 6.8 ; Prince Dainty, Perkin', Sunspar, 6.7.~ j ^ECOND CLASS PLATE. »~-(S_ixjrurlongs.) All Colors, 9:4; Yardie, 8.13' Nonplussed, 8.10 ; Fair Ram, 8.9 ; Waralee, 8.4 ; Extension, Meg Spait alow, Prince Dainty, 7.13; Lenelle,' Goldore, Galbally, Lock Sure, Perkin, j PICTON HANDICAP. (Six Furlongs.) Scado, 9.5; Louis Lome, Fleur Bay, 8.8 ; Causeway, 8.3 ; Mainerose, 8.0 ; Gravity Queen, Perkoise, 7.10 ; Oakford, 7.7...
GOLDEN PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
GOLDEN PUDDING. foll^ff^ S.benoPurr?rdo2as8 mashed potato, U ozs. suet or drippS water, 3 ozs. syrup or treacle i tea spoonful of carbonate of soda.' * Sift the flour into a basin, add the salt and bakrng powder, and mix; next put in *^ ^!ly_ C.h0,PPed «*?* or the dripping, c^lu tiie potatoes. Mix the soda with the milk, then add the syrup, stir this into the mixture, and stir all well to gether. Fill with it a greased pudding basin, cover it with a greased paper, and steam for about 2 hours. Turn out on to a hot dish, and serve with a little syrup, heated up with an equal quantity of water and a little lemon juice to flavour.
The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY DECEMBER 6. Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY DECEMBER 6. Local and General, : _ ? « ? ? jv Bridgetown Train Service — On Friday, December 12th, the 7.15 a.m. train from Donnybrook to Bun bury will not run. A special passenger train will leave Donnybrook at g.io a.m. arriving at Bunbury at 11 a.m. Cycling. — A well attended meeting of cyclists, and others interested, was held in the rastirae Ulub Rooms on Thursday tvening, when it was decided to form a Club in Bunbury. A Committee, composed of Messrs T. Smeeth (Secretary pro tern), '. Lawrsnce, and Walker, was ap- 4|t pointed to go into matters regarding rules and regulations, to report to a general meeting to be called at an early date. It is hoped finality will then be reached and arrangements made to hold the first race before tha New Year. ^ The Presbytery.— The tiling of the Presbytery is finished and it looks a very fine and very noble residence. The plastering is going on, as is also the caipentering work. Mr Baldock is installing the electric...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. When boiling eggs, wet the shells thoroughly in cold water before dropping in boiling water, and .they will not crack. * » ? Rub a drop of olive oil on knives and forks that are to be put away, and they will not only retain their brightness but be free from rust when required again. * * ' * To turn out a cold pudding or jelly, wrap a hot cloth round the outside of the mould for a minute or two. To remove a hot pudding, wrap a cold cloth round it. # -''^-o* +» ? mill ? im ? aiall It is a great jeconomy to use a can dle to go to bed by instead of gas or electric light. It costs far less, and one really doesn't need much light for getting into bed. * * * When roasting meat a good hint is to skewer the joint on the upper and under sides with greased paper allowing the paper to lap over the sides and be fastened there.