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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

???' ^^^^^»^f0NDENSED ;' 'I AM ALWAYS ' Ni^NNW^ A^^ ^t^-^^/ SUCCESSFUL IN ^ ? f^i ^T ArW MY COOKINGV ,. ^'^MifC^'^^^dM/ IS SIMPLY FRESH COWS MILK CONDENSED and STERILIZED with Pure Cane Sugar added It.kfeepi in perfect condition when opened and will not turn sour like fresh milk No Milkman is required if you have a few tins of NESTLE'S MILK on the ahelf Write for Milky Way Cookery Book FREE on application to NESTLE & ANGLO-SWISS CONDENSED MILK CO. „,„- 609 Wellington Street, Perth j 139 Barrack Sjt. -^Central Arcade, Perth Our Cabbages and other Plants and Seeds are unexcelled. t-^ '?' Lucerne, Subterraneum, Clovers and other Fodder Grasses. Everthing for the Garden. - Stocks Always on Hand. NARROGIN TRADING AND AGENCY CO., District Agents. ?,:.. ^^^^^^p Ko Shortage of Good i 3b£-'^ xySSS'H'ic^iS'' ?S*ssl^ A denial of the rumor about shortage of sheep dip SSw WJi?j7'^^^»^*S:^^r piust be made at once— NOW— for Australasia has S$2 HpV?W^^sP§l5!ilS»i^ never been better placed i...

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Bunbury Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 23 August 1919

Bunbury Bowling Club.   The annual meeting of the above Club was held at the Wellington Hotel on Friday 15th inst., when there was a good roll up of members. The president, Mr A. F. Spencer, was in the chair. The first business was the report of the hon. secretary, Mr P. Williams, and this showed very hopeful prospects for the coming season. At the beginning of last season the Club was almost defunct, but thanks to the energy of a number of members the position had changed. Then there were heavy liabilities and no income, although now there was a debit balance it only amounted to £2/5/4, and against that the assets of the Club had considerably improved, the sprinklers were in good order, the ground was top-dressed, and there' was a cup valued at £8 paid. It was with deep regret that he recorded the death or three 0f their best players, who had died on the fields of France, and also Mr H. Holtzmann one of their oldest and most respected members. The Club has also lost th...

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W.A. Up-to-date. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

W.ft. Up-to-date. Our population is now (30 June) 319,895, or 3567 short of 31 Decem ber, 1914. The increase for the last six months has been 8,840. The ex cess of immigration over emigration accounts for 6oan of ?thp.eje — mnctiu returning soldiers. The births regis tered for the half year total 3417, the females dominating by 31. 1507 deaths were recorded. To 30 June, 1919, the State reven ue equalled £15/15/9 per head of the population. As we spent £17/15/4 per knob, we are drifting to Jericho yearly at the rate of -£1/19/7 Per man, woman and child. On the 31st December, 19 18, we each owed £117/2: as the result of our legislat ors' efforts on our behalf. Against this, we have each an average of roughly ^56 in the various banks. The gold mining industry is still sagging. The total for the half year was 410,432 ozs, as compared with 443,986 for the same six months in 1918. The total for that year was 876,512. The wool clip, has doubled itself since 1908. It is now nearly 43^ milli...

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Bunbury Water Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

Bunbupf Wafer Board. — « — The sitting of this Board on Mon day evening last, followed that of the Health Board. Cr Tobin said that the foreman should be instructed to see all excavations for connections were properly filled in. He had not iced a four inch die in Sampson Road, and this was dangerous to cyclists and pedestrians. The sec retary reported that he had arranged for the continuance of the loan from Miss Garvey, for a period of 3 years, at the same rate of interest, and his J action was endorsed. A long dis cussion took place regarding a pro test from Or Ford against what he considered an excessive charge for water used. The Mayor said that he had notified Cr Ford when a test was to be made of the meter. The test was carried out, and it showed a proper registration. Cr Ford said that the excess water rate charged him was absurd. He wished to know if, when the water was cut oft, the meter registered air forced through the pipes. He also men tioned a number of persons who had...

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Bunbury Board of Health. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

Buislwy Board of teltn. His Worship, the Majyor, Crs Tobin, Teede, Paisley, Minors, Ford, Foreman, Hough, Cross anci Knight, Messrs W J Nome, secretary, and H Golding, Inspector, werb present at the ordinary monthly meeting of the above on Monday eveniner. Heat Inspection — The Commiss ioner for Public Health wrote regard? ing the powers of the Municipality re inspection of meat offered for sale, and instanced the steps taken con jointly by the Northampton and Geraldton Boards. He advised Bun bury to give full consideration to the matter before appointing an inspector, and outlined the informa tion that would be necessary to obtain. Mr Norrie stated that tab ulated returns were kept of all cattle, sheep and pigs, killed at the register ed slaughter houses within the Board's district, but the officers could not get this information when meat was brought in for sale from places oufside the area. He men tioned one butcher who did his slaughtering at Dardanup. The matter was held over f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

Motor Oar 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 Jniry.

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Bunbury High School. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

BuEibup^ High School. :- The Director of Science for the Education Department, Mr T. N. Lee, M.A., B.Sc, visited Bunbury during tbe week and examined the work of the students. In addition to the subjects mentioned in a former issue, the local instructress, Miss Stephens, has been lecturing apd experimenting on the following sub- , jects:— air in soil, and its necessity there to plant life, illustrated- by the siphon, and the planting of seeds in water logged, drained and porous soils, puddled clay, soil flooded with water, and where allowed, air in water. Seeds have 'been planted under each of the above conditions, but it is yet too soon to determine the variation in results. Capillarity, and the fact that this brings salt to the surface, was demonstrated by a number of- tubes of various diamet ers, and the greater extent to which water rises in the finer tubes noted. Tests are being made of the evapor ated of water from soils of different varieties. The depositing of sedi ment from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

ALL SWEETS Home-m&d@8 iberiean Gaudy Kifita, Next Lyric Theatre. Fiftesfo- LBifg® Fish Bought at Scmtlhwood5© Factory. Phone 94. Near Federal Hotel, South Bunbury. A splendid assortment now on Sale THRESH FISH. SMOKED FISH, JD BAIT, Daily. All Supplies Guaranteed. South-West Fish Supply Oo , Corner Victoria and Symmonds Streets, BUNBURY. Address correspondence Michelis & Co. Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting A CC OUCH E_M E N T. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Zo© Street, £iunfaury. Phone' 36. BAKER, , VICTORIA-ST, BUNBURtf. Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread the Best. ~W7~DERBT, Hatedressef, Tobaeeoofst and Stations?, OARR'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURY NOW. OPEN: Spring Handicap, September 13 Metropolitan, October 6. Caulfield Cup, October 18. I Communicate with Hobart direct by every mail. 'Phone 52. PETESS 8 GILLIES, Hi mewM W Scfsfpftirg. ^Bl Head Office and 'SaB^^rffi^ Show Yar...

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Proposed Upper Blackwood Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

[?] ? : ? O ? A large and' enthusiastic public meeting; was heldj in the Agricultural Hall, Dinninup, recently, for the purpose of forming an Agricultural Society. Mr Fred Gibbs, the chair man of the local Progress Association presided, and, in opening the proceed ings, pointed out the advantage to the settlers in having a sheep show and wool display, especially stressing the point that most of the wool from this district, of recent years, has realised almost the maximum apprais ment values for the State. After a general discussion among those present, it was unanimously resolved that a Society be formed, to be called the Upper Blackwood Agricultural and Pastoral Society, and that a date be asked from the Royal Agricultural Society between the 20th November and early December. A strong work ing committee was formed for the purpose of organising and carrying out the initiatory steps necessary. This Committee includes Mr T. Wade, the chairman of the Upper Blackwood Road Board, and man...

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The Bunbury Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

The Buttejf Band. Mr Partington, the able and genial conductor of our City Band, paid a flying visit to Perth last week, and, naturally, with his deep interest in the success of his band, was looking for information that would assist his ambition to see Bunbury well up amongst the leaders. 'During my visit', said Mr Part ington, 'I had the pleasure, and it was indeed a pleasure, of hearing tbe Perth City and Perth Concert Bands at practice, and it rfas'made me think hard as to the chances of the Bun bury Band this year. I want to clearly point out that, unless I have the support of all bandsmen, those already here and those who have returned from the front, I will not be in a position to promise Bunbury such a rouud of successes as met its Band's efforts in the last contest. From what I have seen in Perth, the playing will have reached a much higher standard, and we will need to work verv hard to secure the same honours as last year. I want all tbe bandsmen, residents or returned so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

J. 6- iaUSOSiC I Ik Ltd., ? Ironmongers aimdl Grocere, ? Are Selling For Cash New Stocks. W. & G. Tea Plates, 3s 6d half doz. Pudding Plates, S.P., 5s 6d half doz. Dinner Plates, S.P., 6s half doz. Tumblers, 3s 9d half doz. Lamp Glasses, full range, 36in. Galv. Tubs, 20s each. . Artists' Colors, good range of colors. „ Sketching Blocks. „ Acadamy Boards. Yegetable and Flower Seeds. Axe Handles, Is 6d, Is 9d, 2s 3d. Broom Handles, 4d. ,.; - ' Fly Traps, Is each. Table Knife and Fork, Is pair. Victoria Street, BUNBURY. L-fTi(T))lcf KlC^f^l' f°-¥tf3fcV*tf^ _ -...»*' Lw You read of the great benefits derived by the producers of other countries from Oo-operaton. If you have not, write us and we will tell you how you can sueceed. If you believe in its principles, then why not support-this Company which has protected your interests during the past 11 years. ' ? THE GOOD fMAfVIEE which we have established for your produce has enabled us to secure the highest price on the West Austra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

We have at the present time many enquiries for up to *£1OOO. Kindly Send Particulars to — AMCttois^eFSj Perth. Stephen Street, Bunbury. W. L» M^RSHs - Proprietor. a* The 'PRINCE' is the Most Thorough and Up-to-date House in the Metropolis of the Sol th- West. Railway Hotel, Boyanup. On the main Bunbury and BusseHon-Bridg.town Roads. You might get as gooi elsewhere but you can't get better Refreshments- and Liquors than sup plied at the above. Afternoon Teas a Specialty. . Benzine and Oils for Motorists. g ARTHUR CLARKE (iate A.I.F.) Licensee. ? o' ' GreenbusIiGs ? Opposite Railway Station. Under New Management. STANDARD BRAND3 OF LTQUORS ONLY STOCKED. GEORGE SHOOTER, Proprietor. Visit Harvey Weir and fV9il©3 of Orange Grovoo. Special ProTisibta made flor Weak End Parties and Holiday Seakera. 1MB HARVEY HOTEL Comprises over- 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music and Billiard Rooms, Hot and .Cold Bafchs, Motor Shed Stabling, and all the mosjfc up-to-date Conveniences. Lette...

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POSITION IN BUNBURY. 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

POSITION IN BTJNBTJRY. The M.O.H. informs us that the position at the F.A.L. Home is as follows : — Inmates last issue ... 8 Discharged ? I . ' ' ? 7 Admitted- ? ? 7 y .?-./:?- tT ?????' Total at Home ??? 1* No parents are on the danger list. There is much influenza in the town, butVthe number of cases accompanied by the more serious symptoms have shown an improvement since Friday last. Nevertheless, all the precau ions advised should be adopted.

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Capel Health Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

fiapeB faltts biters. The Road Board held a special meeting on Saturday last to consider the necessity for forming a local health authority during the influenza outbreak. Messrs Dyer, Peake and McTaeeart. waited on the Board as a deputation from a public meeting held previously in connection with health matters, and laid the resol utions passed thereat before the Board. Mr Peake specially stressed the necessity for the appointment of a medical officer for Capel and dis trict; On the motion of Messrs Sum mers and Scott, it was resolved that the Board form, itself into a Health Authority for the Board's District during the present influenza outbreak On the motion of Messrs Summers aud Hutton, it was resolved that in case of an outbreak, and the incurring of expense, a health rate be levied on the whole of the district. It was pointed out that at present, there is an area of 600 square miles without a medical man. In fact there is only one between Bunbury and the Leeuwin, a distance of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

??'?)'? 'Sxuxt OpS'ii^ct ? A Few Only & & & & ^?B— 83B85ffl3iWii)iirnrmii|--rr- Jr-nri' ? -rrnvriar -ir---ii- ?^iil-Vn-'--iriHri-ninrrtiTiMTil «.*jji'u.'L'm^.w.H»i.«wBu_ijiim,i.,w i jjuu i. j i .u ..u. , .?? inihi.h..mi .mi.i.h ? ii.j l. i. «i ? j.'!!'-..' «--... ii -i'..l»'ii'--,!Ji ' ' '?-'^.?l,V.llfrjytiMlti1'''''' ...' ' Picture House. PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. WINTEi REAIING Back numbtrs of Periodicals and Comics, Is. doz. -Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. And@fs@ini's Centra! tasapacp, Victoria Street, Bunbury 'Phone 114 Means § SEEDSMEN, FLORISTS Ncarserymen. SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, ROSES, VINES, TREES, CLIMBERS. Catalogue Post Free. Only Address : 70 BARRACK -ST., PERTH. PHEUM0HI6 wmim. THE Australian Provincial insurance fissoeiation Issues POLICIES covering ALI SICKNESSES from whatever nature. Weekly Compensation, Doctor's anc Hospital Fees, are paid undei these policies. ? WILL SARGANT, Specia...

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INFLUENZA, Perth, Last Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

INFLUENZA, .-:. -?? ? ? ? ? ? ? * ? Perth, Last Evening. Up to 2 p.m, there were 24 iresn oases and two deaths.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

Board and Mesidenee. MRS. HEEPS, late of Cambridge Villa, has now taken over the Bungalow. Thislarge and commodious villa is situate on the banks of the Estuary, about one minute's walk from the Baths and Jetty. A clean shallow beach provides a safe paddling place f »r children. The Bungalow is Burroxnded by spaoious grounds and a broad verandah gives every acommodatiou for out-door sleeping. Open for Accommodation on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER let. ?. ~ T. W. P. WEYMOUTHr^ :-\ . Bootmaker and Repairer, '-???.- Forrest Street, Collie, and at Harvey. Genuine Kangaroo Skin Boots, Made to Measnre, 38s. 6d. A Good Fit Guaranteed. Beat Wearing Boot. Comfortable and of Good Appearance, 'Eepairs undertaken from every part of t.he South-West. Reasonable Prices 'Promptitude— Quality — Economy' My Motto. ''?????

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MR JUSTICE ROOTH AND THE UNIONS. Perth, Last Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

MR JUSTICE BOOTH SHO THE UNIONS. f^, V ' Perth, Last Evening. 14 If the unions are going to take up. the attitude they are taking up ' - now, and ask for practically a new l. award at the end of the year, I shall decline to put amending clauses into the award,' said Justice Rooth, pres ?'-.?.... ident of the Arbitration Court io . Charles Haynes, the secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Railway . Employees, thia morning. 'This court cannot hear these cases every .V year,' continued the president. ' That is what it practically amounts - to now. You have a new president, ' You are hoping to get -something, out of me that you could not get out of the £ last one.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

Wanted, For Sale, To Lot, etc (Prepaid Advertisements under this heading not exceeding sixteen words, is., three consecutive insertions, 2s 6d. FARM FOR SALE. — Tenders, return able op to MONDAY, September 8, for the purchase of Lots 16 and 17, Clifton Area, containing 193 acres freehold, three miles Roelands railway station, together with buildings, farm implements, tip-dray, horses, harness, etc. No tender necessarily accepted. Further particulars from C. a. SIMMONS, ' Herald' Offioe, Bunbury. TO' AN T E D. First-Olws CHARCOAL BURNER to burn about 500 BAGS OF CHARCOAL. Apply— MILLARS' TIMBER & TRADING CO.. ? LTD., Yarloop.

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HUGHES M THE GOLD FIELDS. Kalgoorlie. Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

HUSHES Oh! THE gfiLD FIELDS. ???? Kaleroorlie. Yesterday. Mr Hughes, who was accompanied ,'/'?'.. fay Sir Joseph Cook and Mr W. Watt, - i was given a great reoeption on the arrival of the express this morning. ' Returned 8oldiers formed a ?uard of honor at the station. The party was conveyed in motors to the Town Hall ? where Mr Hughes addressed a very ? large and enthusiastic audience, in cluding a goodly number of soldiers. In the course of his remarks, Mr ? Hughes stated that the demobilisa-. ?.. tion of the Australians had been most satisfactorily carried out. Referring1 to politics, he said that he was to-day ^ as firm a believer in. Labor as ever. ; ?'..? He denounced those who preached Bolshevism, and other isms. He had known these people for the past-ten years. They were parasites on Labor. He would smite them hip and thigh, whilst for those whose hearts and ?'' ' minds were true to the great ideals of Labor he would fight as resolutely and determinedly as -he had ever, foug...

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