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Collie Races. MAIDEN HACK RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Oollie Races. MAIDEN HACK RACE. (five furlongs.) Arrowdale, ... ... j Mainrose, ... ... 2 Gravity Queen,... ... 3 OPEN HACK RACE, v (seven furlongs.) Metalica, ... ... 1 Carnac, ... ... 2 Sparta's Hope' ... ... 3 COLLIE CUP. (one mile.) Prince Dainty, ~.. .„ x Meg Spaitalow ... ... 2 Sunspar, ^ ... ... 3 TRIAL STAKES, (six furlongs.) Mainrose, ... ... 1 Calorific, ... ... 2 FLYING HANDICAP, (six furlongs.) Prince Dainty... ... 1 Meg Spartalow ... ... 2 Carnac ... ... 3 ' district handicap; ~ (six furlongs.) Causeway, ? ... 4. ... 1 Metalica, ... ... 2 Atomiser, ... ??? ' 3

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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FATHER O'DONNELL. London, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

FATHER O'DONNEIL. London, Dec. 5. In the House of Commons to-day, Major Malone. asked Mr Winston Churchill whether the Government was prepared to make reparation to Chaplain O'Donnell for the ordeal which he has had to undergo, and to admonish Lieut. Chambers for bring ing the unfounded charges against him.

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

Social and Personal. The Misses N. George, J Ken .iy and M. Rooney are staying with Mr Frank George at Olive Hill. We congratulate Mr and Mrs J. Savage, of Jarrahwood, on the arriv al of a daughter on November 22nd, I at St Clair's Hospital, Bunburv. On November 15th, at St. Joseph's Church, South Perth, Mr Harry Sturtridge, eldest son of Mr and Mrs A. Sturtridge, of Hester Siding, was married to Miss A. E. Gurney, of Victoria Park. The Rev. Pace per formed the ceremony, The Rev. S. Mills is leaving for a We regret to learn that the Rev R Hocking is very ill and has been ordered by his medical adviser to take several months rest. Messrs Daniel Fogarty and E. Osborne are amongst the Greenbush ltes blowing away the traces of influ enza at Bunburv. A returned soldier, well known to timber men in che person' of Mr W. P. Reid, has re-opened business as a baker in Collie. Mr Reid is one of the pioneers of that town and also of Worsley. j Dr and Mrs Rigby returned to ColJie during the week...

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Federal Elections. SENATOR NEEDHAM AT BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

Federal Flections. SENATOR NEEDHAM AT BUNBURY. There was a large attendance at the Bedford Hall on Friday last, when Senator Needham addressed the electors. Mr F Withers presided and the meeting was entirely free from interruptions that had marked others held in this town during the present campaign. Senator Needham said that this was the fourth time in 18 years that he had approached the electors for their votes, and he sincerely thanked the women and men of the Australian Labor Party, who had again selected him as one of.the thr«f- tr- rpnrooonf them in the contest for the Senate seat. However the election went', he would be always grateful to those who had raised him from the lowest rung or tne social ladder to the high est position in their power. He felt proud that he still held their confid ence. ' Referring to the present election, the candidate said that there was no reason for it. Parliament had only ran iwo and a. half years and had 6 months life yet. The Government had a ...

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

Sreenbuehes. (From Our Correspondent) The Hospital — A conference was held between the Committee and the Local Board of Health- on 28th ult. Messrs C R Cooper, C R Scott, T Gard and J C Kerr 'represented the Committee and Messrs J Lindsay,. A Cowderoy, E Edwards, T Meldruna and D H Gibbney the Board. Mr Lindsay explained that the Board hoped to be able to hand back the Hospital, but there were still cases of pneumonic influenza there, and there had been a fresh outbreak at the Timber Mills so it would be necessary to retain control. The Medical Officer, Dr Hume, who was present said that' there were 15 cases at the Mills and fresh capes were occurring. Arrangements should be made for the accomodat'ons of pneumonic cases. He would keep the Board advised as to the best course to pursue. Re garding the Matron, he had extended her leave until the 2nd inst. It was Matron Despard's wish, on resuming duty, not to nurse any pneumonic cases. After discussion it was decid ed that the matron s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 December 1919

The Band Contest — Lovers of music may have an enjoyable evening to-morrow, when the Bunbury City Band, re-inforced by Mr Harold Partington of Perth, will give a per formance at the Municipal Grounds. Should the present perfect weather continue, the evening will be ideal tor au outdoor concert. The per formance will start at 8 45, immedi ately after the conclusion of Divine Service. Sunday Excursion Train.— -The first of the Sunday excursions to Bunbury will be run on Sunday week, 14th inst. and will leave Collie Cardiff at 8.30 a.m. and Collie at 8 a.m. This trip will give the passengers a Ion j day by the seaside as the return . journey does not take place unt'l 7.30 p.m. The War Gratuity. — The Bunbury Branch of the R.S.A. endorsed the action of the Central Executive re garding the War Gratuity and con demned the action of a single branch dictating the policy of the State As sociation. Nothing was more likely to cause a disruption in the Associ ation as the action taken by that b...

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

C. S. Dickson Expert Boiler Maker. Consulting and Supervising Boiler Maker. Boiler- Shipping and all Classes of Bepairs a Speeialtiy. Cutting and Welding all Metals by Oxy- Acetylene Process. , j 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 oil. the premises by Chris , McCarthy (Late Forman, Daniel White and C. Estimates given for High-class Varnishing, Etc. MOTOR OWNERS! Kindly Note that — VETTER& 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 'COLO' Tyres RELIABILITY, COMFORT Made in Australia for Australian Conditions. ...

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The Senate Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

The Senate Oootest. The Country Party advises electors who wish it and its ideals well, either in their own interests, or better still, in the interests of the State at large, to vote ' Crawford or Risely one ' in the Senate elections being held on December 13. That is good advice, but the writer feels inclined to suggest that it he slightly changed— to read pointedly and shortly, 'Risely.' Reasons? Briefly, Mr Risely has proved himself to be a most capable pressman who knows the State from the Leeuwin to Wyndham, and who has at his own cos* devoted himself to ad* ancing the material welfare of all country dwellers. He has shown himself to he a good fellow, a man of his word, and the possessor of a wide and deep view of of truly national, as well as State or district, politics. He has the courage to stand by his opinions, and the capacity, physical and mental, to couch them in virile language, spoken or written. That all being granted (and who can gainsay it) why look further for a ...

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Balingup Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

Bafingup Agricultural Society. A general meeting 6? the above was held on the 3rd to consrder the resign ation of the chairman' and secretary. Both these, gentlcms'-, Mr B. Bead find Mr H. ? Wansiji-ough. explained ? that, urjTi.«!if, business reasons compel l-'.d them to relinquish' thair positions, and their resignar.ions vnre accfipted with regret. Mr Wansbrough has neld the pos tiou of secretary for some four years, with much credit to, him self and benefit to the society, and his ready grasp of essentials aud his business ability have done much to bring the society to its present very satisfactory position. Mr B. W. Read has been president for about eight months, and it was with extreme regret that the society had to accept His resignation. As a private member Mr Read has always t iken an active interest in the welfare of the society, and his term of office promised to be a very live one. The election of president was held over till next meeting. Mt H. Cr. Lake was appointed Se...

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Mr J. H. Prowse and the Liquor Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

Ir I H. Prowse and the Liquor Question. ? , ? ^ ? Speaking at Beverley, in cbnneotion with his campaign for 'the- Swan Division, Mr J. H. Prowse (Country Party Candidate), said that a circu lar issued by the Secretary, of the Licensed Victuallers' 'Association had come under his notice. The circular represented that he (Prowse) was a prohibitionist. It exhorted electors to vote for either Mr Hedges or Mr Carboy, rather than for himself, qn that account. Apart from the re? markable spirit that prompted an association to advocate either one or other candidates of parties that were diametrically opposed to each other, as were the Nationalists behind Mr Hedges and the Official Labor Party supporting Mr Corboy, it is peculiar that facts displayed so small a part j in the process of reasoning adopted by the Licensed Victuallers' Associa tion. For the information of the meeting, therefore, and to enlighten the public generally as to'the sinister forces at work in this election, he Avould l...

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Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

Lyric Theatre. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK. Wednesday. — Special programme 'Mary Regan' featuring Anita Stewart. Thursday. — Infants' School Con cert. Friday.-—' The Wine Grirlr' Cai mel Myers ; ' The Reed Case.' Saturday. — ' The Man who turned White.'

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Greenbushes Repatriation Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

Gr863ibushes Repatriation Committee. The following were present at a meeting of the Greenbushes General Committee on Monday 24th Novem. ber, Messrs J Lindsay1 (Chairman), W M Phillips, E Parrish, C R Scott, B Edwards, J May and the Secretary. Mr J Lindsay tendered his resign ation as Chairman. On the motion of Messrs Edwards and May the same was accepted with regret. Mr Ed wards was nominated for the vacancy but declined. Mr J May then con sented to occupy the position, and was duly elected. Letters were read re Mrs Bryant's grievances and it was decided to bring the same under the notice of theR.S.A. Another letter from the Land Board re E R Armstrong's ap plication was referred to the Baling up Committee. The vacancy created on the Com mittee by the resignation of Mr F H Cox will be offered to Mr J Mclndoe. On the motion of Messrs Lindsay and Edwards it was decided that no secondhand furniture is to be pur chased, unless passed by two mem bers of the Executive. Accounts totalling ...

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Upper Blackwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

Uppar Blackwood. Near the bank of the Black wood river on the way to '? Condinup ' in this district and quite close to tbe rbad, stands a large jarrah tree on which are cut the initials A. G. G. 1844 (evidently done with a toma hawk)^ This is a record of the first exploration of the Upper Blackwood districtbv the brothers Gregory, who explored a large portion ot this State, and afterwards owned the land on which the Mission of -Jew jjorcia now stands. The local Road Board had this tree fenced around and from the number of queries from passing travallers as to why it is fenced one would wish that some explanatory record had also been affixed. During the last wet winters the tree has died and it is to be regretted that this in. teresting landmark may disappear when the next bushfire passes. The kangaroo is undergoing a hot time in this district and the price of skins is attracting numerous persons to obtain kangaroo hounds from other parts. The 'roos have withstood the rifle, but the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

The ALL WHITE L.4B08 Famishing House, Wellington Street, Bcmbcs y, ^^ZfTrX^%°\?'l^-X0{im Suites' Bed-itx-m; Suites, bide- Boards, Lxtension Tables, Hall Stands, etc.. etc, and all kinds ot Jj nrmture m Oak, Jamah, and Black Wood. Our Muaro Combination Bedsteads are a specialty Unequalled . in this State. ' We stock the beat of Linos, Carpets, Eiderdowns, Counterpanes, Blanket bheetmg, Cutlery, Crockery, etc., etc. - Cash-ok Tkkms Abkakokd! OurPHccs are Right. Our Goods are New and Reliable * ' Write or Call and See our StoUs and you wU1 bo convinced' that we can uive you complete satisfaction. ? ° ARMATURE WINDING. ALL MOTOR AND DYNAMO REPAIRS. f ACCUMULATOR REPAIRS AND OHARGINGS. POWER AND LIGHTING INSTALLATIONS. Technical advice Given. 'Phoae 49. . Choice Vegetables Daily. Direct' from the grower. Every Article Guaranteed. Prompt Delivery. ' Country Customers Specially Catered for. GEORGE™HAR¥SY. . . Wholesale Pruifc and Produce Merchant - Victoria-st., BUN-BURY, opposite Kalgoorl...

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Bunbury Race Club. MEETING DECEMBER 10th, 1919 [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

Bunbyry tut £it*k | ? i MEETING DECEMBER 10th; 1919 « First and Second Class Plate's : ; ?A handicap of £40 divided into two stakes and constituting two races To be classified by the handicapper. fciuoh distance to be six furlongs. Nomination 7/6. 1 Fikst Class Plate.— A handicap .of €20, second horse to receive £3 and third horse £2 out of stake. Six furlongs, 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 i-10 or over, and own ed and trained within a 75-mile radius, of Bunbury on or before 1st November, 1919. Seven fur longs. Norn. 5s., accept. 6s. 3 BUNBUBY HANDICAP of £50 second horse to receive £7 and third horse £2 out of stake. l\ miles Nom. 20s., accept, 20s. 4 Second Class Plate. — A handi cap of £20, second horse to receive £3, third horse £2 out of stake. Six furlongs. Acceptance 7/6. S. Picton Handicap of .£15, second horse to receive £3 and third...

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HAYWARD'S [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

HAYWftRD'S ? A ? . The opening day -of the hew premises must have been more than gratifying to the enterprising direc tors. From the opening hour at 9 a.m. a steady stream of customers attended, gradually swelling in num bers . throughout the day, but the great attendance was in the evening when the spacious floors were crowd ed. There is one satisfactory de duction from this severe test of the Store's capability, viz: that any ordinary rush can be coped with easily and the biggest crowd satis factorily attended. A glance round the exterior of the building show due attention has been naid tn th* attractiveness of the window display. Naturally the first windows to en gage attention are those devoted to drapery, and these, fronting both Arthur and Stephen Streets, are most artistically designed and dressed with the goods that make glad the heart of women. Summer being the season, the display is naturally one suggesting fabrics cool and dainty. The next window is given over to the ster...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

FEDERAL .ELECTIONS. Will address the Electors of Ekinfoisry after the FIctiar©s on 12th. inst., at the (Authorised by F. Wt. CAMPBELL, St. George's Terrace, Perth.) FEDERAL ELECTIONS &E3B BEFEiSEEIOS CWAI6N VOTE FOR: i (and vote 2 and 3 in the order of your preference of the two other Candidates, You must do this or your vote will be informal.) whose interests are in your Electorate. Polling Day: S4TURMY MEXT, lecember* 13 (Authorised by F. W. CAMPBELL, Secretary National Federation, A.M.P. Buildings, Perth.) ; FEDERAL' SENATE ELECTIONS ff^Jt 4J** JL«^ B-d li-4 H. -a V fiwo a KPB. j£a and complete Voting Paper by placing figures 3 to 8 opposite other Candidate's names. (Authorised by J. . S. CRAWFORD, Tambellup.) SHOP IN COMFORT Al Indar Singh's New Store YARLOOP shop.— cool; clean, comfortable. . j goods.— fresh, varied, up-to-date, oheap . Groceries, Provisions, Drapery, Hardware, Orockery, etc.

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Railway Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

Railway Notes. The annual meeting of the Bunbury branch of the W.A.G. Railways and Tramways' Institute was held in the assembly room of the Institute las month. Mr J. 0. Tobin, chairman of the branch, presided over a fair num ber of members, The chairman, after welcoming members present, especially the new ones. said. ' inter ali~ '' : ' To-night brings us to the end of our twelfth year as a branch of the Railways' Institute. Many changes have taken place during that time in in the personal of members but through ail the changes the branch has held its own. ' As in past years we have had the hearty co-operation and assistance of the officers of the various departments and to tnem we are indebted for valuable assistance given. ' The membership of the branch now totals 369 which is an increase of 25 for the year compared with an increase of six for the previous year, which shows that your committee has done good work in enrolling new members. We have lost a number from this district o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 December 1919

Furniture worth having must not only be good to look upon when new but also consistently . give sound sat tisfactory service during many years' wear. ZIMPEL'S Furniture is built to last a lifetime. It is design ed by his own artists, and made from selected materials by expert crafts- f men in his own workshop. That is wliy you always rely on the value at Zimpel's. j

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