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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

- One Minute from Beach and Baths, \ Swasi Beer BBu^Sd- ( ; Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky S , * 1 Is 6d per bottle. ^ S. C. AVERILL, Pfoprfetor. Y

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

^PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. . A Delightful Couutxy Holiday Resort. Easy motoring distance of Busselton and r ' the Caves. ? J Best Liquors only Stocked. . /

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Science Chats. VI. THE UNIVERSAL STRUCTURE OF LIVING THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Science Ghats, — ^. , (By Arnold U. Henn). , VI. THE UNIVERSAL STRUCTURE -OF LIVING THINGS. In my second 'chat' (Poisons and Stings of Plants and Animals) I was compelled to use a word familiar enough to scientific people, but. quite out of the vocabulary of the 'man in the street'.. (I mean 'protoplasm'), but I promised to try and explain it later; and in- the course of this 'chat' will try and redeem that promise. The most important statement which can be made about living things is that they are either separate minute particles of living matter or (more commonly) are built up by thousands of these1 minute particles, which have in each individual animal and plant originated from a single particle (the fertilised germ) by its' division into two, and the subse quent division of these two each into two, and of the four so pro duced each into two— and so on, until by repeated division into two, millions of corpuscles hanging to gether as one mass are- the resuk. (The word 'corpuscle' ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

The Most Centrally Sicaated Hotel in Btmbary. Proprietor. Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. ; . Visit Harvey Weir and Miles of Orange Groves. (Special Provision made for Week End Parties and Holiday Seekers. , THE HARVEY HOTEL Comprises over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music ?. and Billia/d Rooms, Hot and Gold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and V.Y ? all the most up-to-date Conveniences. . . Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Telephone No. 34. A. R. Franklin. (Lafee of Hazell's Photo Plays) Proprietor. :; V BRUNSWICK HQTEL~~ Excellent Accommodation for Visitors. Motorists especially catered for. Commercial Travellers please Note ! Under entirely New Management. Mrs. KELLY - = Proprietress, The Old Spot* Victoria Street, Bunbmy, The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bar in tlie South- West. Electric Fans, Coolness and Rest. All Drinks off the Ice...

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EXTERMINATION OF RABBITS. A Gunnedah Plan. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

EXTERMINATION OF RABBITS. A Gunnedah Plan. Mr. D. K. M'Intyre, manager of the Goolhi station, in the Gunnedah' (N.S.W.) district, referring last week to the methods- employed to eradicate the rabbits from the station, which he claimed to have been absolutely successful, said that no matter how it was viewed, the rabbit must always be treated as a pest, as it could not be pro fitably bred on any class of country, and whereas stock improved land the rabbit destroyed it. The whole rab bit trade was nothing more than a para site, living on the pastoral industry and doing but little to decrease the pest. Trapping had failed to m&ke any ap preciable reduction in the pest; poison ing and fumigating might reduce it, but these were wasteful and neverend ing expenses. Of the 44,000 acres at Goolhi, 40,000 acres had been dug out and cleared of all harbour and not a rabbit was to be found on it. The re maining 4000 acres was under treat ment, and would shortly be in a like condition. Th...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Mail Notices. Mails close at the Bunlmry Po'sf Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated : — United Kingdom, Dec 21. Asia. Dec. 21. Egypt, Tec. 21. America and Canada Dec. 12. South Africa, Dec. 12. North-West Ports, Dec. 11.

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STOCK AND CATTLE BRANDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

STOCK AND CATTLE BRANDING. The Victorian State Government is introducing fresh legislation with re gard to branding sheep and cattle, the scheme of branding to be used having lately been devised by the Chief Veterinary Officer of the State. Brand ing will be compulsory, and in the case of cattle marks, to represent numbers will be permitted only on the thighs, the lower portion of the shoulders, and on each side of the neck. It is con sidered that the annual saving in Vic toria by eliminating the damage done to hides by the present method of branding will' represent about £400,000. Sheep will be ear marked and the posi tion of the marks will represent num bers. ' Each number will be registered and as they will be distinct it is ex pected that stock-owners will approve of the new law without opposition. The State has taken out patent rights for the scheme. It may not be generally known that milk, hbweyer stale or sour, is a good preservative for linoleum and oil cloths. They not only...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Shipping. Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. -S.S. Huntress (Millars T. and T. Co., Ltd , Agents.) ., AliTUVALS. Dec. 3.— S.s. Euola. Departures. , „ Dec. 4— S-s. Eucla.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Better Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Better Business. By William Hard in 'Everybody's Magazine.' Although this excellent article has already been re printed by an Eastern contemporary, its compelling logic, great actuality, and terse style, are more than a sufficient excuse for giving it, still wider publicity in Australia. Our readers will observe that trade problems are pretty much the same all over the globe, and perhaps a shade more acute in the U.S.A. they will also note America's universal interest in rade matters, as witnessed by the publication of such a specialised article in a magazine catering for the amusement of the general lay reader. Kolynos tooth paste, and Kellogg's corn flakes, and the Ingersoll watch, and Cheney's 'shower- proof foulards,' and hundreds of other well-known and widely-wanted products are so well-known and so widely wanted, that various retailers every now and then make up their minds to do their best not to sell them at all. Why? Why, they are being cut-priced in the retail market. The...

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Cash Book Waste. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Cash Book Waste ♦ It is a remarkable fact that custom should hallow fallacy to such an extent that truth can be firmly rejected without a ghajiaw. pf a ? i^^se. .^g^^^j^. , It is true of manv thiners. but of nothing more than business organisation.; the fact that work has taken a certain course for years weighs with many . business men more than a thousand arguments in favour of alternative and better methods. For example, contemplate the record of cash re ceipts. Quite a surprising number of businesses still persist in the archaic method, and remember that ten-year-old methods are archaic in the eyes of the truly progressive manager. The cash comes in and a receipt is made out : 'John Brown, £10 6s. 8d.'; the butt of the receipt '?? is filled in: 'John Bro,n £10 6s. 8d.' From this the is filled in: 'John Brown, £10 6s. 8d,' From. this the £10 6s. 8d,' and later copies into a cash book 'John Brown, £10 6s. 8d.' Still it is not finished with until £10 6s. 8d. is posted to John Brown'...

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THE FARMERS AND POLITICS. Decisions of N.S.W. Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

THE FARMERS AND POLITICS. Decisions of N^S.W. Conference. Among other things, the New South Wales Farmers' Conference decided to urge or support: — The running of a straight-out country candidates at the next State elec tions. The combination of all primary producers' associations in one politi cal party. The principle of elective. Ministers. National insurance against ?acci- dent, illness, unemployment. The right to convert' irrigation blocks to freehold. , The collection of all income tax by the Federal authorities. , A Government guarantee of Ss. 66. a bushel for the next three years' wheat. The raising of the local price of wheat to export parity. The fixing of the minimum price of milling wheat still in the pool at 7s. a bushel. . . ? Continuation of' the wheat-pooling sys-tem under the growers' manage ment. ? Administration of grain . silos and control of Wheat Office by the farm ers' organisation. Classifying or grading f.aiq. wheat and the payment of 3d. a bushel extra for h...

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Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Brunswick. On Friday last the local Anglican Church people held their Annual Ball in the Agricultural Hall under ideal weather conditions. The good at tendance, combined with the many fancy costumes, must have been very Dleasiner to the committee who are to be congratulated on the success of the dance. The Judges must have had no easy task in awarding tbe prizes. The Rev A Fryer in present ing the prizes took the . opportunity to thank all those present for their attendance, and also the ladies who had worked so hard to organise the dance. The following prizes- were awarded— Best dressed lady ' Bel gian Girl.' Most original dressed lady, Mrs Burton, ' Aboriginal Girl.' Best dressed gent, Mr Geo Williams, ' Rag-time.' Most original dressed gent, Pat Rodgers, ' Irish Boy.' Fancy Set, ' The School for Scandal.' Potato digging is just about finish ed there have been some good crops dug this season. Growers should have made up, at least to some extent, for past failures in previous years...

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HAND FEEDING SHEEP DURING DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

HAND FEEDING tSHEEP DURING. DROUGHT. , Mr. R. Stewart, Tyrie Station, Dan daloo, New South Wales, writing to an Exchange on the methods that he has successfully pursued in the feeding of sheep during severe drought, says.— 'In the 1902 drought, and this pre sent one I have fed sheep on' wheat, and in both cases saved the stock. 'In 1902 I fed for three or four months on oue-quarter-pound wheat per head per day, and with a bit of scrub, belah, etc.,. saved- the ewes, but only a few. per cent, lambs. 'In 1915 I fed on oats and scrub, but only for a short length of time. 'In the drought this year, I fed close on 16,000 lambing ewes on wheat and hay. I started on a quarter pound of wheat and about the same of hay per day; and gradually increased as required, until in ' some paddocks the ewes had half-a-pound of wheat, and as much hay. The ewes lambed with a loss of under 4 per cent.1, in cluding shearing and dipping losses, and we marked 41 per cent, lambs. 'My method of laying the whea...

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South Western District Vermin Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

South Western District Vermin Board. At the meeting of the Board held at Bridgetown on Friday, the 14th November last, the following mem bers were present— Messrs J R Wal ter (Chairman), P Reynolds (Bussel ton), L, N Boan (Lower Blackwood) J C Rose (Warren), A D Forrest (Upper Blackwood) and C V Draper (Olerk), an apology was received from Mr V C Mitchell (Donny brook). Mr Bean reported that with Mr Walter, an inspection had been made bi the Balingup area, where it was reported that dingoes were killing a number of sheep. In the area in spected very few sheep were kept and he thought that the dogs com plained of were more destructive in the Lower Blackwood district. The Chairman supported. Mr Boaii stated that it had been reported a few weeks previous that a rabbit had'been seen in the Nannup district. A diligent search had been made, but the pest was not discovered and he was inclined to think that the 'supposed rabbit was some other ? small animalr A number of protests were receiv...

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AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION. Text of the Bills. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

i ^ ? ' , ? - AMENDMENT OF THE CON STITUTION. Text of the Bills. v The Commonwealth Government is going to ask the people of the Com monwealth to give .them certain powers which are declared to be necessary to enable the Federal au thority to deal adequately with vari ous1 industrial and other problems. The text of the bill designed for the amendment of the Constitution is as follow s : — (1) This Act may be cited as the Constitution Alteration (Legislative Powers), 1919. ' (2) Section 51 of the Constitution is altered by omitting from paragraph (i) the words 'With other countries and among the States,' and by adding at the end of paragraph (i) the words 'provided the alteration of this para graph by the Constitution Alteration (Legislative Powers) Act, 1919, shall not be construed to empower the Parliament to make laws with re spect to the control or management of railways, the property of a State, or the rates or fares on such rail ways. (2) Section 51 of the Constitution is alter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Attache aed Suit Cases in all Strong Makes at P. *G. HJlfRiiBlS1 Successors Bisnhiity's Clothiegs and Meifcesrs. ' Miscellaneous. FOR SALE —Rubber tyred Dog Cart, harness and horse, 14.2 hands. Lady ean drive and ride. J. L. Walker, Bun bury. FOR SALE BY TENDER.— 2 semi detached Brick Cottages in Victoria Street, 5 rooms, bathroom, front and back verandah. Splendid position. Tenders to be addressed ' The Manse ' Prinsep Street, Bunbury, before Jan. 5th, 1920. FOR SALE.— 2 Muscovy Drakes, prize winners. Mrs Harvey, Tuart-st. GOOD Cook wanted, flo Laundry, two others kept, good wages. Apply Mrs Joel. HENDERSON'S Motor Bus is open for engagements Sunday and week day evenings except Saturdays IMPOUNDED at Capel. — One small j- Brindle Bull, branded K2P on off side rump. To be sold on 24th December, 1919. R. House, Poundkeeper. LOST. — Silver Bag, Spencer Street. Reward, this office. T' OST an Umbrella ou Tuesday, between -fi_J Bunbury and South Bunbury. Re turn this office or W. Saunder...

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HORSEFLESH FOR EUROPE. Why Not? [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

HORSEFLESH FOR EUROPE. Why Not? A correspondent of an Eastern News paper writes interestingly regarding the Miggostion of the French Mission that a market might be found for frozen horseflesh in France. He says: 'To my mind, this, is a branch of the export trad6 that, has been alto gether too long undeveloped. While we here are more or less prejudiced against til's iirticle of diet, we should not ailo»v our pveiiKlir-!? to prevent us from sup plying the commodity to those who de sire it. The benefits, apart from the direct financial aspect of the case are mani fold. In the first case, the horse, fattens more quickly on less feed than an ox, ?and on the average to a much greater weight. Secondly, by weeding out; having regard only for those horses above the average utility standard, a very much better quality of horses would remain for general use. v iA, considerable proportion of our horses are almost useless as beasts of burden. . Some of them would appear to have been sent on eart...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

— Go To — Federal Elections. SWAN DIVISION.. House of Representatives. Polling Day: 13th December, 1919 i 'Vote thus : ' OORBOY, B. W. (Official Labor Party) ... .... ... 3 - HEDGES, W. N, (Nationalist) ... ... ... ... 2 PROWSE.J. H. (Country Party) -\ 1 jf.B. ? If you desire to give Mr Oorboy second-profereuce reverse the above 2 and 3, but vote PRO WSE 1. (Authorised by S. H. Johnson, Emanuei Buildings, Perth.) The Western Australian Turf Glub DERBY DAY ... ... ??? 26th December. CUP DAY ??? ??? — 29fcn December. RAILWAY STAKES DAY ... ... 1st January. IMPERIAL STAKES DAY ... .- 3rd January. J. C. CLARK, Secretary. ??? '' ? \ ? ? Where I stay in Perth. — Goldf ields Club Hotel Corner Pier and Wellington Streets. Proprietors: Simpson and Hollingsworth. ; . . Best Accommodation for Country Visitors. - ? Pour Minutes from Central Railway Station. MR. E. W. DERMER, Dental Surgeon, Carrs* Buildings, Corner Wellington and Victoria Sis. (Opposite Rose Hotel). Hours : 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. Wedn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Large quantity of Fruit Cases. Apply— . BUNNING BROS., Bunbury or Argyle. Upholstering, French Polishing, Expert Furniture Packing, Mattresses re-made equal to New 'Apply— VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY Veterinary. W. G. SLOAN (Reg. W.A.V.B.) All kinds of operations performed with or without chloroform. Horses' Teeth a Specialty. Address : — Toronto House. Tel. 166 Tbe Premier Suction Mart E, A. GRIFFITH (In succession to the late H. L. Griffith) THROSSILLL STREET, COLLIE. flutfionscr, grain, Produce, farm, Station, Commission and Insurance Jfgent. Attorney for Absentee Property Owners. Auction Sales conducted in any part of 'the State. All Business Done on a Commission Basis with Prompt Cash Settlements.. ON SALE.— Prime Wheafen Chaff at low est rates, Prime Seed Potatoe-, Artificial Manures, Good second-hand Chaff Bags, Potafo Bags and Corn Sacks. Furniture Sales Conducted. Highest Price Given for Kangaroo Skins. Auction Sales held as usual each morning at 9 a.m sharp, of Fruit, Vegetab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

DISTRICT AGKENTS: Bunbury — Robert Forrest; Busselton — P. C. Caruthers ; Donnybrook — 0. H. Woodbrook Bridgetown — H. Lake v' Harvey — P. J. Ward. The Oldest Australian Office. , Established 1R49. Head Office for W.A.: Forrest Chambers, Perth. ^ CHAS. H. OURLEWis, Resident Secretary. j THE BOUSE FOR FURNITURE WORTH HAVING. ZIMPEL'S, Hay Street, Perth. i . v VERANDAH BLINDS, IN CANVASS OR. CANE. LOUNGES AND DECK CHAlRS.' SEASON GOODS. ICE CHESTS. ?- ALL SIZES IN STOCK. SPECIAL SIZES TO ORDER. AN INQUIRY FROM ANY LEADING HOTEL WILL CONVINCE YOU OF THE QUALITY. x DESIGNS ON APPLICATION. SPECIALITIES. WINDOW CURTAINS, ? DRAPERIES! ALL THE LATEST SHADOWS AND POPLINS, IN ART COLOURS. DESIGNS BY EXPERT CUTTERS. ^ BUY OF THE ACTUAL MAKEtt. ?W. ZIMPEL, Furniture Maker, Hay Street, Perth. . ;? ?'.' ,.; Travelling Representative Mr C Foster. ,. _ _ ? .. iPor Town and Country Residences. Cheaper than Kerosene, Gas or Electric ? Light. ABSOLUTELY FOOL-PROOF* The OheapeBt Plant for Stores, Hotel...

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