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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

If 32 is freezing point what is squeezing point? — Two in the shade.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Balingup Co-operative Society [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Baliogup 8e«@pipitiva ' Society On Friday 8th inst. Mr Basil Mur ray, managing director of the Westra lian Farmers' Wholesale Co-operative stores, and Mr Peack, Head of the Mercantile Department, addressed a public meeting in the Balingup Hall oh the benefits of co-operation. The chair was occupied by Mr Hawter, chairman of the Balingup Co-operative Society. Mr Murray thought the Balingup Honour Board one of the noblest in Australia and he had mentioned it publicly many times in different parts of Western Australia and in Eastern States as well. He thanked Mr J L Rose for giving the Westralian Far mers the opportunity of conducting its first country sale, and he would be remembered gratefully when they were conducting many hundreds of similar sales. There was a great shortage of all lines that came over sea. We would never lack the ' starvation lines,' wheat and meat; but unless the shipping strike ended soon there would be a famine in rice and many other commodities. It was nonsens...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Electric Lighting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

- liiGffii Lightings The Engineer, Mr H. Phillips sul- mitted the following report to the Municipal Council on Monday last. Supplementary to my usual report as to the output aud revenue, I wish' to bring before your meeting notice of the necesstiy of increasing the size of our supply mains. When just before the -war this subject was dis cussed, it was on the basis of £ s» d., but the position is now altered so much as to be now discussed on the basis of necessity. The demand for the supply of current has exceeded the capacity of our supply mains to such, an extent, that our losses by transmission are increasing in pro portion to the demand. Motors that depend on a pressure of 220 volts to make them record accurately, are only receiving a. pressure of 180 volts. This being so, before any further extensions to our system is practicably possible, the large cables now supply ing the main street should be pulled down and replaced by larger onfes, and the present large cables be re erecte...

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 — 16 August 1919

GAPEL, } WW&PEM&OR - A. E. MOO1S. / A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. / Easy motoring distance of Busselton and / the Caves. ? Beit Liquors only Stocked. / if One Minute f ron? Beach and Baths, / Q-tATZ&nrfc M-s&-O-tf° Bulk and V, OVVClIl IoSJ©F Bottled. / Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whiaky X ► lls 6d per bottle. V S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor. £

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Have you seen the 1919 Osboroe Binder Catalogue and Price List? r * . y. If uot, send fqr one immediately. There is , ' ' A: REASON WHY, W© are Sole Agents ;f or— 'OSBORNE' Binders, Mowers, Rakes. ' SHEARER ' Strippers, Harvesters, Plows, Harrows. . 'BAGSHAW' Chaffcutters, Corncrushers, Winnowers, / ???' Kerosene and- Benzine Engines. .-« . '?* 'PITT' British- Built Oil Engines. 'NEW HAMILTON' Spring Tine Cultivators; ' 'MITCHELL' Drills, Plows, Harrows. Write for Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists. ??^^Slipgtott Street, Perth. . ? - ? / - ? , ? , TMUI7 OMS? ^M1?B?P FMP which did nob ask for, and did not need - .?.^_T - ^ Tariff Protection was the AUSTRALIAN Msntf factors* r)Ske makers are quite content for it to stand against the imported article ON ITS MERITS. , We are aole agents in Western Australia for ROYAL SHEEP DIP. Full stocks are now available. ^Q&Q B tiQ a ...--?-. ? ..-? .. j Stock and Station Agents, Warwick House, St. George's Terrace. PERTH. Roscoe's Catar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

QISTRIOT AGENTS: Bunbury— Roueiit Forrest; Busselton— F. C. Caruthers ; Donotbrook— C. H. WoonBRooh- ? Bridgetown— H. Lake Harvey— P. J. WarId. .- v ? ' ????? = *, . ^-*. ' ^ ™, A _Ti?e Oldest Australittn Office. Established 1849. Head Offic® ^or W.A. ; Forrest Chamber®, Perth. ? CHAS. h. CURLEWIS, Rodent Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Urgent! The Present Scare— The Commissioner for Public Health (Dr Atkinson), with the experiences of all the other States behind him, has drawn up a set of prescript ions, for the use of persons in their own homes, where the attendance of a medical man cannot be immediate ly secured, or pending the arrival of medical aid. Three of the formula are for internal administration to suit the varyingjforms of Pneumonic In fluenza, and the fourth is a prevent- ' ^ ative or germicidal fluid for douching the nose and throat. All these can be obtained from Thomas and Coy, chemists of this town, at the price of 2/6 her bottle, or 10/- for the set. While it would be wise for all to provide for an emergency it is parti cularly desirable for -heads of house holds living even a short distance '. from town to have a supply of these preparations on hand. Prompt at tention will be given to communi cations addressed to THOMAS & CO. Chemists, Victoria-st., Bunbury

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Greenbushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Greanbushss. (From Our Correspondent) 1 ? Road Board.; — Messrs J. Lindsay, chairman, . J. May, T. Meldrum, W. M. Phillipps, D. H. Gibbney, E. Edwaads, 'A. Cowderoy and E. R. Robinson, Secretary, were present, at the ordinary meeting held on the 28 th Corresponderice.-From the Peace Cele bration Committee, statin- that 400 medals had been forwarded for child ren not attending school. The Ugly Men's Association wrote asking the district to raisa £25 to assist in carrying out the work being done by the Association for the benefit of returned soldierB. In reply to a letter from the Balingup Board asking that delegates be sent to a 'Conference of of adjoining Boards to arrange for the employment of a consulting .engineer, it was decided to state that Green bushes did not require such services at present and would not be represent ed. An amendment by Messrs May and Edwards that two delegates be sent, was defeated, A petition was received from some Noith Greenbush es residents asking for ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

^Braecanuun iii) 1 ULmjiU^uf ''*.' 1 l,jjtlL'i ''^ t* mm m 11 n ?nwniHJ'fc ? J . Mr. EDWARD BRANSCOMBE, the well known Theatrical and Musical Entre preneur, who brought to Australia the Westminster Glee Singers. Sousa's Band, and the famous Russian Instrumentalists, The Cherniavskis; and who also origin ated '-The Scarlet Troubadouro' and the numerous companies of 'Dandies' per-' forming is Australasia fpx many years, write u in praise of His opinion, published below, is worth reading ' The Garden Theatre, Bayswater Road, Sydney TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. 'I have need beneficially Claments Tonic for the past nine years. 'The mental and nervous strain associated with all theatrical and musical touring work Is ever present to those so engaged, and I have been no exception. 'This was thoease daring the toure or Sousa's Band and The West minster GIos Singers, extending over two years, and involving a constant nervous strain. 'This desaand was always met byJ a- course of Clements Tonic, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

' St. GLAIR'S Most Up-to-date Private Hospital in the South-West. Nurses in attendance Day and Night. SURGICAL. MEDICAL.. MATERNITY A SPECIALITY. NURSE M. BROWNE, Cert, and Reg. Telephone 88. -- f( pesi essnSte a£3 ©kiC3^Kj to m@if ease ^laeso BcGe^asa'o Fills ess teiiCSe € )} Ap 2apa?£aQ2 ecsulz cmozsf ethess la the celleS d eGaptSpatfoa, Ibis r a dSsesdeif is ©as ccuecs 0! many ©5 S&a dopffeoolog Qllmoato fcea ^7hie& € V jpssglsKG^&Jz,' Ssvet& headache, aeevom debility,, 'lack-- e3 emesgft asa r € fe^jK^Q^^JisestlaioeaiJcsaloas. Bsocham'o Pills have a« oecs a lasatlvs & P QS& f€£3£s dkst &S.4 osefclss an lavlgor attag kallusnca upoa the wiaols y z, o^St3C3o , A £357 doses ssz geeef ally suificicat to esmeve indigestion oad to 5 I cs3ts^o 5&o otecaaeli aad Uvc? teaotate e! aefmal aetivity. Tho h&pgy a ^ ms^MewM ihos t&s pj3Esaa£on of good health sasuses £3 cssa Gsg«*4es©§d c I , o I C| & 'BHiCHA...

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Yarloop. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Yarloop. Last week, as your official corres pondent, we undertook to report the function to be held on the night of Friday the 8th August, under the auspices of the Yarloop Football Club We did not then know what we were letting ourselves in tor, or we should never have undertaken such a con tract. We had predicted a ' unique success ; something well worth re membering. We knew the heart of Yarloop was sound, Australian, and democratic, and even secretly attach^ ed to manly jpastime, such as football; For Yarloop is~ cosmopolitan, very much so indeed, and loves, above all things to hear, what Byron called ?? the sounds of revelry by night,' and to see ' its beauty and its- chivalry' tricked out in gay fascinating colours, in gorgeous beautiful array ! It was a children's fancy dress ball, the first function of this nature, since before the war, and it is gratifying to record that it was highly successful. The hall was brightly decorated with bunting and streamers, biue and gold yell...

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St Barnabas Greenbushes. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Sf Baroabii irsenbuiiias. ? o ? , Comins1 Events. Friday, September 12, grand plain and fancy dress ball. T_he euchre party and dance origin ally fixed for August 8th, took place on the 1st inst., and/syas not quite the success socially, owing to the short notice of the alteration of the date. However, thanks to -the ^eJccellent work of Mrs Huitson, 'in disposing of five pounds worth of tickets, from a financial point of view the rfisultijwas very satisfactory. Forty eight players tried conclu sions at euchre, and Miss Beryl Grant and Rev T. O. Hurst annexed the first prizes, which were donated by the Ladies' Guild and Mesdames Knapton and Huitson respectively. Mrs Clarke and Mr Alf Teede were the recipents ^of the booby prizes. After a dainty supper had been served by the Ladies' Guild the floor was cleared and oancing was indulged in till midnight, Miss Beryl [Grant presiding at the piauo aud Mr C. Sherwood officiating as M.C.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

(Insuceession to the late H. L. .Griffith) THRQSSfcLL ST..R EET, COLLI E . fttHMetf^arajn,'. IRrofiisee, farm;. Station, ~fomnT$$titi &U Insurance 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 Wheaten Chaff at low est rates, Prime Seed Potatoes, Artificial Manures, Good second-hand Chaff Bags, Potato 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, Vegetables Poultry and General Farm Produce, Butter, Eggs, Bacon, Pork, etc , etc. Upon arrival at~Collie Railway Station of all consignments, same are promptly taken delivery of and conveyed to Auction Mart. Growers should see that their consign ments are expedited by railway officials as much as possible, as delays in transit are fatal to Fruit and Vegetables. Prime material will bring prime figure...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

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SAFETY ON THE RAILWAYS. A Wonderful Invention. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

SAFETY ON THE RAILWAYS. A Wonderful Invention. The N.S.W. Railway , Department has been experi menting for some time past on the Richmond branch line with an invention designed to make it practically impossible for the driver of a train to disobey a signal that is set against him. It is estimated that fiftyper cent, of the railway accidents are due to drivers disre garding the signals. The results of the experiments have been so success ful that the apparatus is now being installed on the Junee-Albury section oi the main trunk line. The ap paratus is not working yet, since every engine that is used on that section must be fitted with a new attach ment; and there are attachments that must be fixed on the line at each' distant signal on that section. Should the confident expectations of the commissioner be realised on the working of this section, as they have been realised by the experimental installation on the Richmond branch, it is intended to extend the system to the whole of the ...

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ENCOURAGEMENT OF FALLOW. Advance to Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

ENCOURAGEMENT OF FALLOW. Advance to Farmers. The N.S.W. Minister for Agricul ture (Mr. Grahame) stated last week that in view of the success that had attended the effort made during last year to assist farmers by an advance for fallowing, the department had decided to make this advance avail able' for the corning season. The conditions prescribed the dates on which fallowing was to be completed in the ? different districts and stipu lated^ that ploughing is to be done to a depth of not less than 4in., with either disc or mould-board ploughs, and the land thereafter to be culti vated and kept free from weeds with either one-way disc, skim plough, spring-tooth cultivator, or other suit able implement, and the area sown with wheat. Security would be taken by a. lien over the crop, repayable on February 1; 1921, interest being charg ed at the rate of 5 per cent, per an num. The advance would be at the rate of 5/- per acre.

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RUMANIA AND HUNGARY. Washington, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

RUMANIA m HUHGSRY. Washington, August 15. It is reported that the Rumanians are leaving Budapest. The United States ordered large war supplies immediately to be sent to Koltchack~in order to enable his advance to be. resumed.

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ANOTHER SUPER COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

ANOTHER SUPER COW. The Friesian cow, Tilly Alcartha (says the 'Holstein Friesian World,' U.S.A.), has just completed her sixth year of official test. The test was started when she was two years old, and in the six years she has produced the wonderful return of 156,1761b. of milk, and 6,1401b. of butter fat. This record, which is far and away ahead of anything obtained from any other breed, is the more wonderful as she has produced a fine healthy calf each year. Generally, cows undergoing a milking, test are only bred every 15 or 18 months. Her last year under test was the best of the six. Her record for that year was 33,4241b. of milk and 1,3231b. butter fat. This shows that generous feeding and production is not detrimental to the health of a good cow.

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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Sooial and Personal. g|A vote of sympathy to the bereav ed family of the late Mr Harry Pros ser was catried at the meeting of the Municipal Council by all present standing in silence. In moving the motion the Mayor spoke with deep feeling of the high respect the late. Mr Prosser had earned by his up right life. His Worship also referred to the earnest and able work deceased had done whilst a member of the Council and concluded by saying that none had the interests of the town more deeply at heart. Mr W Wringe, of Castledene, Up per Capel was on a visit to-the: town during the;- week. He, incidently. laid a brick- in the new Presbytery during his. visit. Mj£S-Ro5e Yabsley of Perth is visit ing this town and stopping at the Rose Hotefc -?:.... e.. ...y Mr Stowe left by' Wednesday's train and intends returning .shortly. During bis stay he had quarters at the Prince of Wales -Hotel. . . ... Lieut Knight, RvN.^waa- a guest at the Rose Hotel diiriti^-'the week Cur esteemed correspondent, ...

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