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Balingup. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Bafingup. (From our Correspondent), Coming Sveuts. December 3rd — Meeting Agricultural Society at 8 p.m. December 6th — Meeting Road Board at 1.30 p.m. and Farmers and Sett lers and Ratepayers' Meeting at 8 p.m. December 7th — Olub Trophy, Rifle Club, at 1.30 p,m. December 12tb — Anglican- Plain and Fancy Dance. On Saturday, the 29th November, a concert and dance was held to welcome home Corps A.Moore and M, Wall - ington, R. Moore and Ptes. J. StaNard, W. Elliott and F. Holbrook. The Hall was beautifully decorated by the young ladies of the district, who undertook the work as a tribute to the returned men. Tbe posters announc ed that the concert would be one of the best ye. held in Balingup, and the patrons were not disappointed. Col. Brazier, the chairman of the Board, was responsible for the programme, and his efforts were successful, as every item was received with enthus iasm. A party of Bunburyites, Mes dames Irwin and Oullen, and Messrs Parkes and Cooper, motored out in Mr Co...

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

KOOMBANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR MILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned — £ s d Local Roller Flour, per ton lots... 11 I2 6 Roller Flour, half-ton lots ... 600 Single bag Flour, 1 solbs ?? 0 i9 0 Half-bag Flour, ioolbs ... ??? o t3 0 Quarter-bag Flour, Solbs ??? ° 7 3 251b bag Flour ? ... o o 0 Wheatmeal, per 5olbs .. ..:.'.o 7 9 Wheatmeal, per 25lbs .. ... 0 ^ ° Ciushed Wheat, per bushel ... ° 7 9 Oats, feed, per bushel ... ... ° 5 ° Oats, crushed, per bushel ... ° 5 9 Chaff, per cwt ? 0 i° 0 Bran per bushel ... ... ... o 2 o Bran, ton lots ? ... 8 lo 0 Pollara per bushel ? - ... 0-2 o Pollard, ton lots ? ° 10 ° Wheat, Prime, per bushel ... 066 Bonedust, per cwt ? Bone Fertiliser, per cwt.. ..: Mt Lyell Superphosphate, pur cwt 066 Mt. Lyell No. 1 Potato Manure' perewt ? 0 9 0 Mt. Lyell No. 2 Potato Manure per cwt. ? 0 11 o Clean Fowls Wheat, per bus. ... 06 b Sunlight Oilcake, per cwt .. 0 13 fi Linseed Meal, per ioolbs ... 0 15 6 Nitro Suoer, per cwt. ... ... 0 9 0 blood and Bone M...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Waiting Too Long to Reject Goods. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Waiting Too Long to Reject Goods. The following letter gives us a chance to make some things plain about the rights and duties of a buyer, who is sent goods poorer or different than his order called for. This is happening every day, and many _ a buyer who had a clear right in the beginning loses it and has to pay for the goods, merely because ne didn t know how to protect himself. 'About^ a month ago we ordered ; from a con cern in Melbourne, an assortment- of ? = ? first grade, certain designated sizes. They were 'to be snipped between the 1st and 10th of April We ordered through the regular traveller, who Represents ? this house, and the copy of the order which' he left us is correct as we ordered. There is' a paragraph printed on the order blank, as follows :— 'All claims ' on this shipment, of any nature, must be made within nye days from receipt, otherwise no claims will be ? allowed.' The goods arrived on April 2nd, and we, believing' they were what, we ordered, and having no ...

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

IMPORTANT! This is the time to book up your Christmas Chesr. The Narrogin Trading & Agency Oo., Ltd., can supply your wants. Be sure and. place your orders early and avoid disappointment/. ', . Union, Pwan, . Emu,. Castlernaine, and Red Castle 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 oottle : Penfolds' Ports, 2/9, 3/3, 3/9 and 4/6 per bottle ; Seppelt's Ports, 2/9, 3/3, 3/9 and 5/- per bottle ; Muscatel, Muscadine, Frontignac, Constantia, 3/- per bottle; Sherry, 2/9 and 4/- per bottle ; Clarets, 2/66 and 2/9 per bottle, Special quote I for case lots. I BRANDY.— Penfold's ^Hospital' and Seppelt's, 60/ per gullon. WHISKY. — Sanderson'.?, Har vey's Special, King George, Mitchell's, an-a D.O.L., 60/- per gallon. BUM.— 60/- per gallon. ' GIN. — 60/- per gallon. SEDNA. — 2/6 and 5/- per bottle. VIKOPHOS NERVE TONIC— 4/6 per bottle. . One Gallon Mixed Spirits, 60/ Ohristinas Tabl...

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

FOR Quick Results advertise your, requirements in the ' Herald' which has the lai-gest circulation of any paper published South of Perth. ALL: SWEETS j ^^ Home-made.- -??- is American Candy Kitchen, Next Lyric Theatre. TjlRESH PISH. SMOKED FISH, JJ BAIT Daily All Supplies Guaranteed. South-Wet Fish Supply Go. Corner Victoria and Svmmonds Streets, BUNBURY. Address correspondence Micheus & Athans Has Superior Accommodation during arid waiting ACCOUCHEMENT. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Zoe Street, Bunbury. Phone 66. ?~A. SCHEDKOWSKY, BAKER, . VICTORIA-ST, .BUNBURy. Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread the Best. ~WT~DERBY, ' Hairdresser, Tobacco»fst and Statioper, CARR'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURY NOW OPEN : Carrington Stakes, Dec. 27th. ( I Coiximiinicate with Hobart direct by every mail. 'Phone 52. PETERS S GILLIES, pg] monumental V lm Sculptors. Uh«i\ rtl^*l Head Office and fp''/y Show Yard : pfal Wes...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Items of Interest The Tammin District. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Items of Interest A ' The Tammin District. Writing of the Tammin district Mr. Catton Grasby says in a recent 'Western Mail,' that the croR. condi tions and prospects around Tammin x are wonderfully good, 'many fields of from 100 to 400 acres having every appearance of averaging oyer two tons of hay to the acre.' The early crops of Gluyas particularly demanded ad miring attention. Mr. Grasby re marks that the older farmers will not be tempted into growing late varie ties. '-' t ^ f . ' - Sudan Grass and Lucerne. ? , According to Mr. Potts, Assistant Inspector of Agriculture in . New South Wales, thorough scarifying with a rigid tooth, narrow-tine culti vator, and the application of about '.^. ?' 2cwt. of superphosphate at the rate of 2cwt. per acre is advisable if a lucerne stand shows signs of- running out. If about lOlbs. of Sudan grass is sown with the superphosphate ex cellent grazing lucerne will be pro vided where the crop is still estab a ? lished, and 'the bare patches will g...

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

ggg ? . gggl This implement, which we illustrate 'below is made of steel, I with the exception of handles, which are constructed of wood. It is extended by the aid of a lever, enabling the operator to open it up to its fullest when cultivating between rows of vege tation, when they are wide; on the other hand, he can close up to I suit narrower rows of cultivation. These machines are extensi I vely used for moulding up work, for potatoes or other growths. W As scarafiers they are unequalled. The points are reversible. - T^ enabling the users to obtain double wear from same. Each I machine is fitted with a gauge wheel to regulate the depth of I cultivation. Orchard Plows (single and double fubrow). * 7 These plows are built entirely of spring steel, with steel bodies, '?'?) and steel sole plates; they are fitted with adjustable draught clevises, which enables prchardists to throw their draught cle vises to either side of the plow enabling them to. get up close to ; their work. The ha...

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

stab gm&USr ?. Distinctive - - %0 Colorings ^ Smart for H the Wearer The manufactur ers of star Biwna $Mrt$ give reliable ma terial -wash and k sunproof. Gar H ments are made $ under personal supervision. Leading Stores Sell These '- Goods. Don't be put off with elumsily-fiuished goods of other Brands.

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

Do not delay Ordering your Xmas Suit. See about it to-day. Delay means that you -HZ2 (f55^ aie courting disappointment, and most men -!^fc- *4llgBb- demand a new Suit for Xmas time. \F*£ ^Tw^T Write in to-day for FREE Patte ns of the ^si^xL ^\ ^~0*K Newest and Best of the Summertime Suitings, /fy W^u\ W\\ J^- ~\ of which we have such a varied range. h C TlV) \ jgHfc*z^-? -J You may have your every desire expressed f I \ * \ I \ %ji^' 'K1 in a *Ar-O^\\V\ PMr *7 To Measure I ry^JU Jjg$&*?£ I , upwards , y f I lf)L p- [\ JH V ;-?.? . Pill in, clip, and post to i-s the attached \Jl turf/ A |B8bbj ' ?M4 i=. Coupon— it brings to you a sh^ af of the latest JQ \ O| ^m^ml'^lfr^ gO patterns, tape, and self -measurement form — ^R i p^ / :lrfu rxtiljJlj. *^j I i h|\ THE BIG TAILORS. ^gHH .'ON THE CORNER' William and Murray Streets, and Central Arcade, PERTH, and at FREMANTLE. Please. send me Free Patterns, Tape, and Self-measurement Form,.. NAME.. ? .': ? '.: ? '~~ ADDRESS ? '...., ? .'...

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

Bunbury Race Club. MEETING DECEMBER 10th, 1919 Fnisr and Second Class Plates : A handicap of £40 divided into two' stakes and constituting two races. To be classified by the handicapper. Each distance to be six furlongs. Nomination 7/6. ^ 1 First Class Plate.— A handicap of £20, second horse to receive .£3 and third horse £2 out of stake. Six f urlongs. Acceptance 7/6. 2 Trial Stakes.--A handicap of ^15, second horse to receive -£3 ; third horse £2 out of stake. For horses that have never won a stake of the nett value of £10 or over, and own ed and trained -within a 75-mile radius of Bunbury on or before 1st November, 1919. Seven fur longs. Nom. 5s., accept. 6s. 3 BUNBURY HANDICAP of £50 seuuuu norse to receive *V and third horse £% out of stake. If miles Nom. 20s., accept, 20s. 4 Second Class Plate.— A handi cap of £20, second horse toTeceive £3, third horse £2 out of stake. Six. furlongs. Acceptance 7/6. 5 Picton Handicap of £15, second horse to receive £3 and third horse £2 out o...

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

Words from Home. When, a Bunbury citizen comes to ihe front, telling her friends and neighbours of her experience, you cm rely on her sincerity. The statements made by people residing in far away places ?'do- iih: command your confidence. Home endorsement is the kind ili.it buck* up Doan's Pills. Such testimony is \.onvinciug Investigation proves it true, Below is a statement of a Bunbury resident No stronger proof of merit can be had: Mrs L. Freeman,^ Karri Street, South Bunbury, says : 'Fourteen years ago I made a statement to the effect that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills had cured me of kidney trouble I am glad to strengthen that state ment to-day by telling you that I am still well, a fact that speaks volumes for these grand pills. I had been suffering with my kidneys more or less since girlhood, and in conse quence was subject to a good deal of backache, the pain at times- being almost ..unbearable.. I also had rushes of blood to the head and dizzy attacks, and my eyesight was m...

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

Church Bazaar. ? . ^ The annual bazaar in- aid of St. David's Church, South Bunbmy, was held on Wednesday last, when Mrs Wilson, of Bishopscourt, declared the sale open. The Mission Hail, with its numerous stalls, formed a pleasing site, and reflects great credit on the Church members who have worked so strenuously to make the bazaar a success. Ihe Chui-ch Committee wish to thank donors of gifts, work and cash, and are grateful for the aid received. The principal stalls and their holders were:— Produce, Mes dame? Chapman and Urquhart; Cakes, the Misses Ecclestoue ; Sweets, the Misses Ida and Grade Brittain; Kefreshments, Mesdames Ross Jarvis, Brittain, and A. Taylor and Mr R. Prosser ; Plain and Fancy Sewing, Mesdames Coverdale, Burcham, and Rodwell; Flowers, the Misses E. and L. Payne and Mabel Gibson ;; Toy-dip, Sydney and Ross Jarvis ; Ice Cream, Mrs Payne ; Shooting Gallery, Mr Geo. Pickersgill. A special feature was the museum of war relics shown by Mr H. L. Payne and including...

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

'Dreadnought' Treepullers THE GI8ASmC^ MIDGET Saves you pounds in money through uosL of Labour saved. Equipped with Double Winding Handle for expeditious handling of small timber. Illustrated Bulletin, full particulars and price from MALLOCH BROS,, 52-54 William-street, PERTH. Local Agent — Narrogin Trading Agency Co.

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

We wish to announce that we have opened a Dress nakiug Department in charge of TV^iss Walker. This lady comes to us with splendid credentials having been with J. H. Pellew Fremantle, for eight years. We can guarantee Perfect Satisfaction and respectfully * solicit a trial. We have decided to mase only our own material. 1' ? ' . EASY TO TAKE When you're feeling n bit - ^j^OSBl. 'heady''^ind nothing seems to .^jj||$g||k go right because you're not feel- \ 7T ^Hp&if ing absolutely tit— just take one fo ¥?M or two of ' wcs. ^£S. fT®[ before retiring:) and see how /j§wA wT/M^^ff II magically they change your out- A (Wafjffi 11 1 1 111 While acting as a mild, but \ \JwL I 1 1 eflicient, laxative, they tone up ^rL^^~)~ II and clear the system and impart IMBbsj^™^ 1 1 that feeling of light -activity so y^SIIiiliPPl ' 1 U but there's a gold mine of health in c/ory ov, Oi'l .'. -- I,iy fo ? a bo* Sole Agents: Tlioinas -& Oonipaiiyf Chemists, Buinibiiry. Telephone No. 71 JUST ....

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Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK, Saturday. — ' Paid in Advance,' Dorothy Phillips. Sunday.—' Martyrdom of Phillip Strong.' Monday.— ' Out of a clear Sky,' M. Clarke ; «? The Law of the North,' Charles Ray. Wednesday. — Special programme 'Mary Regan' featuring Anita Stewart. . v. Thursday.— Infants' School Con cert. Friday.— ' The Wine Girl,' Cai mel Myers ; ' The Reed Case.' Saturday.—' The Man who turned White.'

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

ALL ONE PRICE ~-\ i I ?? . . i Phone 122. ? Victoria -Street, -Sunbury. ] '?? T1EDERAL ELECTIONS. Senator Buzacott The Nationalist- Candidate/ will address the Electors ' . at the LYRIC THEATRE on MONDAY, DECEMBER, 8th, at the conclusion of THE PICTURES. (Authorised by W. E. Parham Victoria-street, Bunbury.) TjlEDERAL 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 Aveather being un favourable the meeting will be held a Bedford Hall . (Authorised by S. H. Johnson, Emanuel Chambers, Perth.) i

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CIVIL SERVANTS GRIEVANCES. Perth, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

CIVIL SERVANTS GRIEVANCES. Perth, Dec- 5. A great procession of Civil Ser vants marched to Parliament House this afternoon to endeavour te secuie a settlement of their grievances. '

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THE PAINTERS' DISPUTE. Perth, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

THE POINTERS' DISPUTE, Perth, Dec. 5. 1 he only development in connection with the Painteis' Dispute is that employers, at a meeting held last night, have re-affirmed their decision not to depart from their offer of 13s per day. The men have decided to offer their services to anyone desirous of employing them at a rate of 15s j per day- j — i

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