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

Harvey; Quite a pleasant evening was spent in the Hall last Wednesday, when the local Football club entertained Messrs O'Dwyer and Bignell, both of whom are leaving the district, the j former to take ud a business in Perth and the latter on his transfer from the Harvey branch of the Western Australian bank to Bunbury. Both ! these gentlemen have always taken i an active part in all kinds of local sport, and will be mucb missed. The gathering was well attended, few members being absent. After the toasts of the evening had been dis posed of, the meeting resolved itself into a musical one, and, really, . it disclosed the fact that Harvey pos sesses some excellent and up-to-date musical men, both vjcal and instru mental. The songs were, on the whole of a very high order, and were certainly much appreciated by those present. Harmony and good fellow ship prevailed throughout, and the gathering broke up with one regret, that it would be tbe last time, for a season, at all events, that the ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Donnybrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 August 1919

Donnybrook. (From Our Correspondent) Coming. Events. — August 29, Wel come Borne Social. Little interest was taken in tbe election of the new Repatriation Committee on Wednesday, only three of the general public being present. The old Committee was asked to continue in office and con sented to do so. This lack of interest is deplorable. Tne work to be done is all important to our returned men. They did their bit for us, and it is up to us to take a little interest in their affairs. Little Miss Parsons, whB arrived recently to cheer the hearts of Mr and Mrs E. C. Parsons, must have felt the odd-man»out. OLfive other .new arrivals, all were boys. The lucky recipients were : Mr and Mrs B. Bates (twins), Mr and Mrs James Jeffery, Mr and Mrs D. Middleton and Mr and Mrs J.Shortel. The Misses Sharp and Trigwell, of the Bridgetown School, are spending the vacation here. Oats, barley, wheat and peas encouraged by the good weather, are doing well. Some farmers are turn ing the ewes and lambs ...

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

OF ? I v ? ? ' ii All Colours. I Phone 122. ? V-?| Victoria Street, Bunbury. A Message To Mothers! I Every good mother does her best for her children. Ji Get your fluid's eyes examined NO W, because_while the eyes § are young and pliable defects cau be- more easily remedied. - s-l OUR PHYSIOLOGICAL READINGS ENSURE CORRECTNESS. J Associated Opticians' Co., . Wo Jo £lST, , ' .1 Physiologist and Consulting Optician, § MANAGER, I 20-23 Bails' Arcade, PERTH. j Oyele and Motor Specialist. i All Branches of LIgllt Engineering undertaken at shortest -, I notice, including Turning and General Machine Work. 1 ? . ? i %w pjr 15) m qO Wl® I Of Our Huge Stock of ^ j Stocks Must be Sold at any Price to make room for Fresh and . I Up-to-Date Consignments for the new building. I Watch for Price List. in Saturday's Issue. ?

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

Brookhampton. ? a ? The Hall, Avhich was gaily decorat ed with flags, was packed to over flowing at the Welcome Home accorded Lieut. E. Miller, Sgt. j. Muller and Gpl. C Cain oil Friday last. Mr Lyons occupied the chair. Misses Tipping, Trigwell and Port, and Messrs Taylor, Gibson and Smith kindly helped with vocal items. Mr Kitney successfully rendered a diffi cult piccolo solo, and a comic recita tion was given by Miss B. Sharp. These items under the guidance of Mr H. Lyons, were interspersed with speeches from Messrs Sears, Bach and l'orfc. Lieut. E. Miller, on rising to respond, received a great ovation. He referred in grateful terms to the work of the T.C.F. and Red Cross Society. Sgt. Muller also expressed his apprection of the good work done by these organisations, and Cpl. Cain spoke -in similar strain. After the Hall was cleared, Mr A. Clifford took charge of the floor, and a jolly dance ensued, and was kept going until the early hours of the morning. Supper was served and ...

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World's War Tonnage Losses. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

World's War Tonnage Losses. According to a Dutch calculation, 15,067,861 gross tons of shipping were lost during the course of the war. By years the losses distributed themselves as follows : — Year — ? Tonnage 1914 ? : ' 709,187 1915 ... ' ? 1,724,720 1916 ? ' .-.. 2,797,866 1917 ? 6,623,623 . 1918 ? 3,212,465 Total ? 15,067,861 Another authority— American — puts the losses this way : — 1 Country — Gross tons. Great Britain ... 7,753,746 Norway ... « ... 1,178,335 France „ ? 907,165 Italy ? , 852,124 Uuited States ... 383,987 Greece ... .-.., 337,545 Denmark ? 239,992 Sweden .... .'..-, 207,303 Holland ? *. 199,975 Russia ? ' '183,852 Spain ... ... r 167,633 Japan ... ... , , 127,476 Belgium ? ' 98,874 Portugal ? 92,382 Miscellaneous _ 91,536 1 2,814,742 It is useful to compare the losses of Great Britain aad the U.S. A, in view of the latter's action over inter ned enemy ships.

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Dardanup [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

Oardanyp Back from the war — Sergeant' Joe Slattery, looking as fat and well as ever. Previous to joining up, Mr Slattery was in business at Dardanup as a general storekeeper, and will be well remembered by a host of mends both here and in the surroanding towns and district, where he waB a general favourite. . It is with regret that I have to report that our local postmistress has been suffering from a severe attack of gastritis, which necessitated tho attendance of the doctor on Sunday last. I must apologise, Mr Editor, for having to mention the 'flu again m this issue. Thank goodness, at the time of writing, we haven't got the beggar in Dardanup yet, but, still, we are feeling the effects of having him near us in many ways. The station master's right-hand support er, clerical worker Tibby Hislop, has been withdrawn to augment the Bun bury staff which has been sadly depleted. (First we heard of it — Ed.) On Saturday last, 23rd inst, the Wellington Ladies' Basket Ball team played th...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Subscriptions Received, [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

Subscriptions Recalled, ? -^p— — , The following subscriptions have been received from 19th to 28th August, both dates inclusive : — Bunbury.- -C. & W., 2/2 ; F.C.C., 5/ ; A.T.T., 12/6 ; D.M., 5/ ; G.H.T., 5/ Capel.— W.B.J., 7/6 , T.M., 2/6. Busselton. — J.C., 2/10. Dardanup.— G.S., 2/6; G.R., 6/8. Subiaco.— F.C., 2/6. Glen Iris.— R.A.F., 10/6. Harvey.— R.W., 7/6. Wilga.-M.F., 5/. Balingup.— H.J.L., 4/11; H.B., 5/; H.P.C., 2/9. Wellington Mills.— C.A., 2/6. Australind.— C. & Sr, 5/. Wooroloo. — H.W., 10/. Greenbushes.— J.H., 7/6; F.F., 5/; R.J.S.,6/6. Kirip.— C.H.L., 2/6. Mornington Mills. — E.C., 4/6 ; G.S., 4/6. Burekup.— T.A.D., u/6.

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Shipping Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

Shipping Notes. During December, 1918, the tolls collected at the Panama Canal amounted to £'105,414; 166 mer chant vessels used the canal during that period, and 35 warships passed its waters. 'A line between Western Austral ia and the Dutch East Indies should be highly remunerative', says the Sydney 'Daily Commercial News'. The world's output of new shipping in 1918 was 5,447,444 tons, which is 62% greater than the previous best. The man who paid ^35 for the wrecked ketch Wave recovered 250 cases of general merchandise, and then managed to salvage the vessel itself with its 80 h.p. motor engine. The people of Los Angeles have just voted in favour of spending ^900,000 on harbour improvements. They ex pect that the value of land reclaimed will exceed the loan issue. There are 28 freezing works in the North Island of New Zealand, with a total storage capacity of 4,896,561 carcases, and 16 in the South Island storing 2,508,711 carcases. On July 9. last, there were 53,342 tons of shipp...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

dipping; 1 -.«ts». Vessels in Port. . Premier, Dredge. S,8. Waitemata, (T. Hay ward and Son, Ltd, agents.) Arrivals. August 28, s.s. Waitemata. Departures. August 29, b.s. Osterdal. August 30, s.s. Talawa;- : Expected 'Arrivals. September 8, s.s. Kurnalpi, , (R. Forrest, agent.) , . September — s.s. Apolda, (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Notes. Owing to shortage of stores at Cossack, s.s. Kurnalpi will proceed there first instead of coming direct to Bunbury.

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Brains V. Brawn. SPECIAL OFFER TO " BUNBURY HERALD" READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

Mim v. Spawn. SPECIAL OFFER TO ' BUN BURY HERALD' READERS. Messrs Saunders and Stuart, Ltd., proDrietors of the well known ' S and S.' Vertical Engine, offer a special price to readers of 'The Buubury Herald and Blackwood Express ' for one month. The month started on August 23rd, and readers will be well advised if they give prompt attention to the offer (see page 7 this issue). It has been stated that the man who first used a, bow and arrow determin ed the superiority of the human over the brute kingdom. Later tools were made and used by man, the ob ject even then being the lowering of the cost of living. Today, in every part of the world, a move is being made towards the lessening of effort, and for the more extended use of machinery. Undoubtedly, a man who wears out his life in doing some thing which a horse, a mule, or an ordinary donkey, can do, is something in the nature of a donkey ! This leads us to the point at issue. Is it worth while, between the interval of the cradle an...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

Local and General, Lyric Theatre. — Features for the week include a ' Bill Hart ' on Mon* day—' Selfish Tatos.' Friday's pro gramme comprises two fine comedy dramas. On Saturday, a new serial starts. It is called 'The Fatal Ring,' and Bunbury's favourite, Pearl White, will appear in it. Probates — In the list of probates, etc., issued at the Supreme Court during the week, appear: — James Wiseman Hornibrook, late of Capel, to May Frances Hornibrook, ^503/ 1-7/3. J°Dn Wm- Willmott, late of Manjimup, to Joseph Willmott ^173/ 0/2. District Nursing Association — The committee of above meets in the Mayor's Parlour at 8 p.m. on Thurs day, the 4th September. .Tennis Club— The Bunbury Tennis Club has arranged to bold the next of the series of winter dances in the Bedford Hall on Friday next, Sept ember ,5th. Tickets are now out. and may be obtained from the members of the Ladies' committee. A further social success is anticipated. Deceased Estates.— Creditors are notified that claims against...

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A Forest Policy for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

ifeeit Policy for tetmlia. We have received through the In stitute of Science and Industry a copy of a paper under the above heading contributed .to ' Science and Indust ry,' the official journal of the Instit ute, by Mr C E Lane-Poole, Con servator of rorests of Western Australia. Iu dealing with the sub ject, the writer takes the broadest views, treating the question as one which affects the Commonwealth as a whole pther than each of tbe in dividual States. He illustrates and presses home his point by reference to the experience in other .countries, and treats at some length with the new forest policy which has developed in these countries through the experi ences gained in the war. Mr Lane Poole's conclusions are summed up as follows :— The remedy is the adop tion of a forest policy throughout the whole of Australia, such a policy o include: — (1) the classification of the land with a view to the demarkation and survey of the forest estate, (2) the permanent reservation of this e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

In youth alone, by splendid deeds,. Great things we may invoke ; And he who, plants an acorn then May shelter 'neath the oak. By patience, energy and skill All our ambitions we fulfil, And win a fame as just and sure As that of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1 *'* o ' o ' ^ Heaping Money Savers. .- -? j , ? Serviceable.. Uobds, . Big Bargains* Chaec® to Effect Savings. x ....... ? ._ w Corner Stephen &? Victoria Streets v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

When a Bunbury citizen comes to the front, telling her friends and neighbours of her experience, you can rely on her sincerity. The statements made by people residing in far away places do not command your confidence. Home endorsement is the kind that backs up Doan's Pills. Such testimony is convincing. Investigation proves it true. Below is a statement of a Bunbury resident. No stronger proof df merit can be had : Mrs L. Freeman, Karri Street, Sth Bunbury, says : 'Fourteen years ago I made a statement to the effect that Doan's Pills cured me of kidney trouble. I am glad to strengthen that statement 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 con sequence, was subject a good deal to backache, the pain at times being unbearable. I also bad rushes of blood to the head and giddy attacks, and my eyesight was misty. I tried all sorts of remedies, but Doan's Pills was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

-Jts«t Op&n&d , ? A JF^w Only PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. W1HTBR UANNG Back numbtrs of Periodicals and Comic3, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper t Patterns. ?' Victoria Street, Bunbury ?Phone 114. ? —ess.1.* 3-1. '' - ? ^'r. TT23n || Means | I SEEDSMEN, \j I FLORISTS H®gsefym@fl.| I SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, J . I RO8ES, VINES, TREES, I § CLIMBERS. I 1 Catalogue Post Fr@$f fl Only Address : | 1 PERTH. p PNEU1OM1O IHFLUEKiST' THE Austratiao Mssla! Ssaupaaea Issues POLICIES covering ALL SICKNESSES from whatever nature. . Weekly Compensation, Doctor's and Hospital Fees, are paid under these policies. WILL SARGANT, Special Representative. Sufficient Address : Bunbury. ; pU B L I C N.OTIG E. (Lat&t 44th Battalion) Begs to notify the public of Bunbnry and surrounding district that he, has 'started in business as GENERAL PLUMBER AND IRONWORKER, in Kelly's Woodyard §(next J. G. Baldock's) and is now prepared to execute all or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

In 1910 the R©^a8 Typewriter was v hah'.'-i j.' --?-.-. ? j-i.— , ? introduced in Australia. Since then _- .-*&g£rt'^' *~ /? v^*^3T%^j ''at!*^' ^u^.1-^- ~r~i?r*^~ ^*~~ ' ^^^n* * ^^ S64C8 3nd its ooncritWu xriends -«6'J3(j / tf^pl^m^^^W' '^'^P havcoteadily increased year by year. M ^ ^^__ife 1J5?/ T$!&?MM§&:*- 1! /S^v People found that the SSe^al's » __-r\». 5^^Sffl* ^?^ S™saSr^^^^^&Mr*~7--^_ ' ^l-^^tlSr) o\a.\m to superior strength and last fe^^E^c^^-^^t3-^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^rr^ ing qualities were supported by ^^^^vrffl^^^^^Sw. \v^^^^Tt\\ T©'i3aS7 we are going to moke good ^«ETSK?— :^^ -^^^^^f^^&^^^M £hc V™?™5 .whiGh ^n?J»ed the -JLa^^E-Jilr^s^^&s^-' ' ' 'fr^iMl J5I UMM*^ib^31P^\j*s-/ firsfc sales— nina yearo ago. We iffl#^^^3t^a7rr T^W^ ^^yiL^^L^^^^^U' CS?~~X now offer to buy wac&ior. cash tifll'' m\\\\W ' ' ^^^^^ir^^^^^^^^F '—^bT^cv ,- r any Royal Typewriter cold during ? . BBsafr* '*-? 'fVSi!!!t' ' #K-^Sr ^ '^^*50'.- the three ?...

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SUNDAY FOOTBALL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

SUNDAY FOOTBALL. To the Editor. Hear Sir, — I was not a little surprised, and to be candid, I was mildly amused after reading the amazing letter of the Rev. W. J. Owens of Harvey, published in a recent issue. Taken in conjunction with his form er letter which appeared in your contem porary, I must say, that to me at least, it seems an extraordinary document. 'And yet I must also confess that I was sorely disappointed. I had expected an able defence of the statements made by the deputation, and evidence to justify them, or else an apology for them ; instead, I merely found repudiation- It is to be expected, of course, that any man when attacked, will respond in his own defence, but I would point out that I have not made any personal attack upon the Rev. Mr Owens. I questioned the truth of some of the statements made by the deputation, gener ally, and if the reverend gentleman chooses to be the deputation ists' press representat ive, I must reply to him personally. I certainly challen...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

[?] Whilst our columns are open 'to every class and shade of opinion, '??-'' wish 'it to be distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the views of our correspondents. All correspondtence must bear the signa-; ture and address of the sender, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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Greenbushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

Sfseobustiss. ? j^ ? , ? ^, A large gathering was present in the Miners' Hall on the 19th inst, when the following returned men were officially welcomed home : — Cor- poral G Campbell, Sapper S T Bouch er, Privates 'W' Smith, W McDonald, F F Dignam, W Butland, A W Daw son, R Janssen, W Taylor and muni tion worker 0 A Kidd. Mr J Lind say, chairman of the Road Board, presided, and the Rev Mr Riley de livered an address eulogising the services of the men. An enjoyable musical programme was rendered, and a dainty supper handed round. Dan cing, of course, was not overlooked. Thanks are due to Mrs Boucher and Miss O'Reilly, who provided the music, and to Messrs 0 Sherwood and A Fullarton, who had charge of the floor. * ' ? The dance in the Convent School Hall on the 20th inst. was a great success, the waltzing competition attracting people from as far away as Balingup. The judges were Mrs J. Huitson and Messrs Bowyer and Gallagher. The first prize went to Miss B. OReilly and Mr J. F. Morg...

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An Australian Insurance Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

k Australian Immmm The recosd of the Australian Prov incial Assurance Association, Ltd, is probably unique in the annals of Australian Insurance companies. Starting in 1913 with just over one thousand policies insuring a total sum of £251,300, after five years, these figures had reached 9,212 polic ies insuring i!l,839,076. The extra business written therefore was £ 1,587,776, probably a record for a new company. The annual income went up from £11,493 to £76,938. Mr Will Sargent is the local repres entative.

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