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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
. . nitliei Jioat ;.^ffflte^IIy Situated: Hotel. -la Sksafeasry. ? , ,.£: ?/.i'»i»'itw*l.- v* , ?'* *-_ r~ * 'V ?? ..;.'..- ....':.. . ? - .- ?:..?. ??? . .-. -?- ..?..*;—_? ? . - .Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality J Most Popular Billiard Room in thejTown. ; ,oEvery jConvenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. i-, ???'?. STAY AT THB i8s.,6clvper-.Day. SSs per W©@k. 1 Hot and Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. ? ? - ^vfEbe^Gountry Visitors . Hpto© :f rpm f ? FREE MOTOR GARAGE. I -;J-'; '''? VMr''T ' ' '^Ttie, Old Spot* Victoria Street, Btm&ery. -Newly Renovated and now under. New Management. The Right Liquors and Best Accommodation. A&mluivli Qaty SWAN BEER Drawn. i ;:'fc'^ 'COCKS ?- ? ? PgogHetofr . ? r; Under SN*IllBI^ :^BW MAjNAGBME^T. Beautiful drives among the most Superb Scenery in W. A. An Ideal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet ahove^sea level. All local produce used at the Hotel. , : ' Conveyances of all kinds for h...
Bridgetown. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Bridgetown. (From Our Correspondent.) - A very pleasing function took place at the annual meeting of the Red Cross Society held recently^ when Miss M. Day, 'who has been an indefatiguabje hon secretary right from the start, was presented with an illuminated address and a fountain pen, as a slight tribute of the appreciation of-«iembers and others of her services. The president, Mrs Dallas, in making the presentation, said that it was practically impossible to . express the appreciation of the members of the good work performed by Miss Day, whose valuable help and untiring attention to the multi tudinous secretarial, work had been the principal factor in keeping the Society the live body that it was. Her work of collecting for the pur pose of this presentation had been a most pleasurable one, and all had contributed with the greatest of pleasure. Miss Day, in responding, said that the presentation had taken her completely by surprise. While thanking one and all, she was quite incapab...
Kulikup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Uylitop. (From Our Correspondent.) Friday, the 15th inst., witnessed the largest gathering of people yet assembled at .Kulikup for a social aVBAt.- There, were over two -hundred present from all parts of the surround ing districts. The occasion was a kitchen tea given on behalf of the prospective bride, Miss Whittaker, of ' ( Hill and Vale,1' who is shortly to be married to Mr Sam Johnson, of Scott's Brook. The popularity of the young people, who are about to take the fatal plunge in spite of Punch's well known advice,, was evidenced by the numerous substantial and useful presents displayed. The groom elect looked .askance. at all the implements of torture that are deemed necessary by the female mind to make a man happy and comfortable. He bore up bravely under the circumstances, faced the preliminary ordeal with fortitude, and acquitted himself creditably when responding to the toast of the evening. The assemblage, having a lengthy programme, also abundant refreshments' to negotiat...
THE LATE SHIPPING TROUBLE. Sydney, Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
THE LATE SHIPPING TROUBLE. ? * ? Sydney, Yesterday. A meeting of Melbourne seamen . was held this morning, when it was decided to fall into line with the Sydney men and resume woik at 7 o'clock to-morrow morning. Several members asked if Walsh would attend conference. President Le Cornu declared that Walsh would be present. After the meeting, there was a rush to the offioes of the branch by men who deeired to have their books signed so that they could return to work. Sydney, Yesterday. v There were busy scenes everywhere vin the' city to-day as cargoes were ' being loaded and unloaded. Ample 'seamen were available for all ships.
Varloop. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Yarioop. There is but little to report this week from this centre, as things have been fairly quiet since the great children's fancy dress ball. Eager eyes scanned the columns of your issue of last Saturday to see the report of that brilliant function. We had an auction here on Satur day of the various household effects of Mrs L. B. Schlam, who is reported to be leaving the district. Though we had not the pleasure of being pre sent at the sale, we have seen dray loads of useful and ornamental furni ture passing in various directions, and it is safe to conjecture that the sale was satisfactory to buyers and the . seller. A lady who interested herself in every patriotic cause during the past four years, Mrs Schlam deserves well of Tarloop. She has to her credit the task as well as the successful arrangement of some of the finest children's concerts we have had the pleasure of witnessing upon the local boards. When the population was scantier than at present in the district owing to th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Doctors :say a good preventative is to drink a little Port Wine or Spirits. - ' We can supply all Wines and Spirits, etc., equal to Perth .prices Black and White, Sandersons, Glenorans No. 10 Whisky at 60s per gallon ; Mitchell's Irish Belfast (genuine 62s 6d per gallon. Swan, Emu, Castlemaine and Union Ales and Stouts 6s 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen. Cash Price. Famous Redcastle Invalid Stout : Pint bottles 8s per gallon ; Quarts 6s 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen by the case. 's , Wo can supply au excellent Poit Wine, our own bottling, at Is 9d p6r bottle. We have landed large stocks of Penfolds Port Wines, Clarets and Sherries, from 2s 9d to 4s 6d per bottle. The latter a Special ' ? , ? ? Invalid Port. - Special Prices for Case Lots. Genera! Merchants, Btintefo Marf@|ii, --Williams ani Stibiaco. Are known throughout the South-West. ? ?Sv©ry Leading Line Stocked. ' : . ; ' Cotmtfy ©fftes Receive Psompt and Skilled Attention. WE KEEP ONL¥ THE BEST. ? ? * . -ri,mm.i-.-i ? '???-? !.U.j...
Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Rile iifii. BUNBtJRY. The 7th shoot for the ' Bmnbury Herald ' trophy took place on Sun day last over the 500 and 600 yarda1 range* and was won by E. Tomlinaon on the count back from J. H. Murray. Following are the scores :— \ 500 600 Tl Hp Ag Tomlinson 30 31 61 10 70 J. Murray 30 30 60 16 70 Trenoweth 33 31 64 3 67 S. Birch 27 31 58 9 67 Teede capt 30 30 60 7 67 C. Hill... 31 33 64 2 66 J. Nisbett 30 26 56 7 63 J. Hough 31 26 57 5 62 M Elliott 24 26 50 11 61 Guy Teede 23 22 45 12 57
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Local m& fki&eral, — 0 . . ~ Rainfall. — The Bunbuiy Post Office records show a fall of 95 points up to 8 a.m. on Tuesday. An add itional 26 points were registered up to 3 p.m. yesterday. This is the first rain since the loth inst. Rainfall at Capel. — Up to 11 a'.m. yesterday, Capel recorded 62 points, making a total for August of 390 points, as against a total of 360 points last year. The total so far this year is 3270 points as compared with 3960 for a similar period of 1918. Harvey Parish.— On Sunday next, the nth after Trinity, services will be held as follows :— Harvey, 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Mornington, 10 a.m., Mattins and address to child, ren; n a.m., Holy Communion. Wokalup, 2.30 p.m., Evensong. Cookernup, 2.30 p.m., Evensong (Mr Horrocks). Yarloop, 7.30 p.m., Evensong (Mr Geddes). ' Mining and Pastoral Register.' —No 7 of this journal has reached us. It is a promising colt and comes from the Sampson stable. The United Press, Ltd, turns out some of the best ...
Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Shipping. Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. S.s. Talawa, (A. F. Spenoer, agent.) S,s. Osterdal, (H. H. Abrahamson, agent.) Arrivals. August 26, h.b. Osterdal. Expected Arrivals. S.b Apolda, (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, aarents.) August 28, s.s. Waitmo, (T. Hay ?ward and Son, Ltd, agents.) Notes. S.s. Osterdal arrived early yester day morning, and will load 700 tons of bunker coal. S.s. Waitmo, 'which is due on Thursday next, will take on board 480 loads of timber and 400 tons of bunker coal. Her destination is Aukland, New Zealand. Owing to s.s. Apolda being engaged in interport trade in South Africa, Bhe Is not expected to arrive here until the end of September.
Bunbury Pastime Club WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Bunhury Pastime Olub WELCOME HOME. There was a splendid attendance at the Rechabite Hall on Friday night, when the members of the newly revived Pastime Club tendered a welcome home to a number of its members who had returned from active service abroad. The Club has an enviable record for patriotism, for as its able secretary, Mr W. C. Mc Kernan, pointed out, every member volunteered during the war, and each can wear his rejection or service badge. The function, in addition to welcoming home the returned mem bers, partly took the place of wishing a temporary goodbye to the popular president, Mr F. J. Hamilton, who, under doctor's orders, is about to try the effect of the dry air of the Gold fields. It was gratifying to see the splendid reception given Mr Hamil ton by all present, and from the old est to the youngest, a hearty cheer broke out when he rose to respond to the toast of his health. The social was well carried out. The hall had been beautifully decorated with bunt idg and b...
Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919
Sooiil mi toi§iile Mr A. E. Murray has taken over the Colonial Mutual Life agency, vice Mr Bullen. The latter gentle man has been appointed S.W. trav elling inspector. Congratulations to Mr and Mrs G. Stafford, of Mornington Mills— a son on the 1 8th inst, at Nurse Bright's. Mr and Mrs J Chapman, of the ~ Upper Blackwood, achieved a daugh ter on the 20th inst, also aV~Nurse Bright's. The 'Bunbury Herald' placed another feather in its hat, when one of its proprietors, Mr R S Sampson, went up recently with Major Brear ley. He is probably the first Wes tralian country press representative to fly.