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

One f@p %mhm^ ' ? -s- ? The 'Geraldton Guardian' has been investigating the costs of muni cipal administration, and comparing its own town -with four other similar ones. The figures given below are thoso of the Statistical Registrar for 1918, and Bunbury easily heads the list for the economical management of it's city fathers. Here are the comparisons : — '. . I i j . ? a * . is 8 a I I « -H « Bunbnry... 15,212 1040 6-8 Geraldton 16,897 . 1480 8-7 Midland ... 11,691 1128 96 Albany ... 6,611 737 11-1 Northam ... 13,454 2258 167

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Bunbury Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

{ Bunbury Mimloipa! OounniU 1 ^_ ^ 1- i There was a fall attendance at. the. I special meeting of the above held ;'on I Monday evening last. The following busine88 was dealt with : — Band Contest. — The Mayorrefer red to an interview which he had had with the conductor of the city band, and spoke of the disabilities under which. Mr Partington was labouring. The matters placed before his Wor ship were exactly the same as those already published in our last Satur day's issue. The Mayor stressed the necessity of bringing the strength of the Band up to the requisite number, viz, 24 instead of 17, as at present. He asked each Councillor to use his personal influence to induce a num ber of players, who are in the town, but have not joined up, to assist the Band in the forthcoming contest. The matter was enthusiastically taken up by the Councillors, and the Mayor Promised hearty support. The Town lerk reported that there was a sur plus of ;£18 from the Peace Celeb rations' accounts, and it...

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

The Peace Loan. Peace has its responsibilities as well as war. Australia is realising this more clearly day by day as the repatriated soldiers return, some of them, alas, never again to fill their tronted place in the working army of bhe nation. It is true that many will be able to go back to their pre-war occupations, and are doing so at a gratifying rate, but, unhappily, others — many others — can never hope to be re-absorbed into the industrial life of the community. These ate the men who are permanently incapacitated as the result of the effects of wounds of serious extent, rendering amputation necessary, or some of the worse cases of shell-shock, or gas casualties. Then there is a very big percentage suffer* ing temporarily, though acutely, from wounds, gassing, shell-shock, etc, and all have to be nursed back to health. This nursing means, inevitably, expenditure, and, to find the money needed to carry on the good work, the Commonwealth Government has to float the new Loan ope...

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

DISTEICT AGENTS: Bunbuby— Robert Forrest; Bussblton— F. C. Caruthers; Donnybrook*— C. H. Woui- brook ; Buidhetowx— H. Lake Harvey — P. J. Ward. The Oldest Australian Office. Established 1P49. Head Of flee for W.A.: Forrest Chambers, Perth. , -? chas. h. curlewis, iiesideht Secretary. \ Tfeo cs» es^ b7E33 a 'Sass^l's ' Soit rfetit to year vory dc-^, do Eisffiar besr far | :] a@^ feso Pcrib yen e&w \\vo. Oiy oclf-cieosuroaQat foro enables 5G3 ts teia i ;' jrocr ©wT3 acccc3Q cti t£a afaswt siEipHoity. We arc csiQ rctdvfcg eTdsm fc? | *°^^\ 0=§ aS Laweot Fsricss * r*T/ . ®ej G3CfSGa» country trade is proof pesttbo gI &a cs^J ^ ' oncolloosc of our tailoring. .j et^r/ ? PSEIGHT PAID ON ALL ORDERS. PATTERN,' fARJ 1 V^^ '* ff ' AND SELP-MEASUREMENT FORM POSTBD HIES. | /|Ajy^^^^^^^ PERTH : ' On S&q Coraor ' WlHiara aad Mor W^^MSiInilf&7 AEdTCootralAreado. 'PLoeoA24^ ' N iSilii uSFt- PRBHAHTIIi 'Od the Comer' Htob aad WMIaa § ^3? jffffSfl ffiJM Slrosts. 'Phano ...

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

I Comiiifg Season - J I APPLES and PEARS I H $ Jj SHIP THROUGH US IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST RE- j 9 TURNS. AS ALL SHIPMENTS TO THE UNITED KING- 1 1 ' DOM SUPERVISED BY OUR LONDON OFFICE. | I Applications for Space 1 9 NOW BEING RECEIVED. DO NOT HESITATE TO j| B BOOK WITH US IMMEDIATELiP. v ' H 1 *'' Head Office: 1 I VIKiSSG HOUSE, PERTH. | South-Wost Representative: , p J vF. H. CHIDGZEY, BRIDGETOWN. | FOR COUGHS, COLDS. BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA. Gives instant relief and fortify the lungs against further attacks. Nolhine better to prevent Coids and Sore Throats. Always have a tin on hand. ALL CHEMISTS. PRICE 1/6 PER TIN. ALEX. WILSON & CO. ltd., Malcolm Lane, Sydney. Sole foP'8*0'* Harness the Cheap Power of the Wind Talk about utilizing our natural re sources! 'Why not make the wind lift | water for youV Why not water your stock, automatically? go as long as there is a breath of wind. They are going when others ars . stopped. .r ' % ? They work 24 hours per day and ask ' ?' only...

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

? Do not worry about Galvanised iron being scarce and the price ridi culous. y high. The NARROGIN TRADING & AGENCY CO. LTD. have the Agency for this District for ADAMAX ROOFING FELT just as durable and much cheaper than Iron. As supplied to the Gov ernment. Stocks ?n hand, Rolls 72 it. long x, 3ft wide, covers 22 square yards, one-ply 43/6, two-ply 53/6' three-ply 66/6. Cement and nails supplied free. There' is nothing better for covering houses, garages, fowlhouses, bee hives, etc. Send for catalogues. ^ ? ; up JER10B ' ==,=_==„„ ??.. .^??; ?, Whether, it is Gothic, Mission, Chippendale, Jacobean, or Heppel white, made in any Woods which are thoroughly seasoned and tested before they are manufactured by skilled and artistic workmen. LODGE AND CLUB EO0MS a Specialty, Shadow and Tapestry Coverings from the beat factories in the world; ready to be made up into the lines you require. Call and 'consult my Gutter and Designer about your Curtains. He will fit you. Take me into you...

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Bolsb[?]vism and the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

,Bo!sbeifis! and !Si§ Bible., One of the most remarkable- features of post-war phenomena is the ever increasing and well-nigh universal spirit of unrest. Responsible states men and leaders of public opinion everywhere are sounding a note of warning— even of alarm. Our civiliz ation, they t6ll us, is in danger. We are steering straight for the rapids they say, and, unless we reverse the engines, must necessarily end in chaos and disaster; Other thoughtful minds are diligently seeking to discover the true significance of the present impasse. Some say it is merely a post-war hysteria, a passing phase of midsummer madness. Others that it is the pangs of travail of a new era in which democracy will come into its own. Still others view the position from the religious standpoint. These maintain that the prevailing unrest is to be ascribed to the fact that we are witnessing a great - dispensational change, beside which the destruction of Jerusalem, the Reformation, and the French Revolution...

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

t One Minute from Beach and Baths, Swsiini IRiF^tf0 Bulk and bJWOillfi JQ-«C2SSir Bottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky - - lls Gd per bottle. - S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor.

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

- CAPEL. ( X PROPRIETOR - A. Eo MOORE. / x A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. / / Eesy motoring distance of Busaelton and / V . the Caves. £ * Best Liquors only Stocked. s

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

. . . V-.- ;. is ? :.-? ; . ?-. ? of our Which Will Appear in Next Issue. Stephen Street, Bunbury. W. L, M&RSH, - Proprietor. The 'PRINCE' is the Mpst Thorough and Up-to-date House in the Metropolis of the Sou th- West. Railway Hotel, Boyanup, On the main Bunbury and Busselton-Bridgetown Eoads. You might get as good 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. ARTHUR CLARKE (late A.IF.) Licensee. fPl* dG& H3? 05 v B ^it?s? 35t ^y fe^/f^^^o^B North , Opposite Railway Station. Under New Management. STANDARD BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED. ' GEORGE SHOOTER, Pgogeietog. Visit Harvey Weir and (VSilea of Orange Groves. Special Provision made for Weak End Parties and Holiday Seekero. Comprises over 16 Bedrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music and Billiard Rooms, Hot and .Cold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and all the most up-to-date Conveniences. Letters and Telegrams p...

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

||?' The Most Ceatealiy Situated Hotel t& Bcsofetsfy. ^. Proprietor.' , ? i Winas Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality . Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. WHEN IN PERTH ?;^l STAY AT THE 1 Shaftesfoury Hotel 0» 6d per Day. 35s per Week, Hot and Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. ? ?' Comfortable and Central, : The Cotintry Visitors Home from FREE MOTOR GARAGE. Vietofla Storaet, Beafetfffy. Newly Renovated and now under New Management. The Right Liquors and Best Accommodation. ? Afcsofcstd? Only SWAN BEER Drawn. E. E, COCKS - ? - Proprietor. Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. '' y Beautiful drives among the most Superb-Scenery in W,A. An Ideal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above sea level. All local produce used at the Hotel. ^ ' Conveyances of all kinds for hir6. Pfoprfetog ? - ' W. R. RICHARDSON. L^iy|_J ggf £ |~j \Jp U |^- jf^ imp I 1lZjI-4j GREENBUSHES. ERNIE J. EYLSS - - Licensee. B...

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

H ^ . ? ?$ ? ' , - ? ' Our Process of Manu/acfure retains the -p| IS whole 0/ the Cream, thereby adding tothe if 81^ *dertsity& Quality qftfre Milk Jill ui'/, 4&) -w^ v^p I1 ^ H/^ »?'»»*» y ?»» 5f» N125 ? I S3S Barrack St. & Central Sreade, Perth r^^^»»L The Right /^^^^^^P^ H°USe ^^t^^^^^W^^^ SEEDS sSi^^r^K^^ PLANTS ^^^^^m^ TREES Our Cabbages and other Plants and Seeds are unexcelled. Lucerne, Subterraneum, Clovers and other Fodder Grasses. Everthing for the Garden. Stocks Always on Hand. NARROGIN TRADING AND AGENCY CO., District Agents. , . is the Simplest Separator made ^ ? having only half as many parts as most other separators. As a result each part is more carefully made, and of better material The Only ? -. fWlIto ^SEPABATOB. . E^flKr that will Skim BijHII The Only ^==^^^1 ft separator ^^^3 I that delivers SgP&kfflg^ \:,\\ jHf JL ? cream of Un- ^X^mM lS^SS speeas- = alii The Only = -'QfS^Jg SEPARATOR ; -:=3§V:Nl:i ' ' with a Knee High' Wl~ -':§3...

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Gigantic British Banking Figures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

Slgifitie Brltlak Banking Wonderful records have been es tablished by some of the leading Bri tish Banks. Figures disclosed in the last annual report of the London Joint City and Midland Bank show capital £41,450,000 paid up and re serves amouating to £14,265,395. Net profits for 1918, .£2,500,333. A dividend of 18 per cent was declared and ^'675000 was carried forward! Barclays Bank Ltd shows capital of ^'20,000,000 paid up and reserves ex ceeding £13,250,000. , Profit in ex cess £1, 788,000. A dividend of 20 per cent was declared. The turn over on one side of the account only exceeded ,£3,600,000,000. The staff comprised 11,340; 3,281 of which were away on active service. The Direction voted higher salaries to the staff and war bonuses which aggre gated 56 per cent of salaries. There ; is food for reflection in these gigantic figures.

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

Upper Bla^kwood. ? ^^ (From Our Correspondent) A sale of sheep, cattle and sundries was held at the saleyards, Boyup, on Friday, August 22nd, by Messrs Dalgety & Co, Ltd, when about 800 sheep were yarded, besides cattle and horses. The weather, being fine, there, was a large attendance of local farmers, as well as visitors from other districts. The majority of lines were sold under the hammer, prices being generally in buyers' favour. The sheep offered were mostly cross breds. Prices realised were : Cross bred weathers 16/6 to 30/. A good line of well woolled merino wethers brought 31/3 ; crossbred ewe hoggets, 13/6 to 18/ ;' crossbred B.M. ewes with lambs 16/4 ; weaners 16/ ; B.M. merino rams to £2, ; dry'cowsd84/io ; horses, no bidding ; sheep dogs un broken to £1. These periodical sales are of great service to the district, seeing that a local price standard is thereby set, and stock owners can rely on getting fair market value at auction, often receiving an amount in exc...

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

SEPARATORS* ^^^L^— . ???- Famous DO vIO is the Best. '^PP^^fe lip! A few reasons ttjs$t$^r$&SP'& '^^1^3 why you should buy a DOMO. ^^^1^^**^?^* fc^iwli BECAUSE — They are the best on the ^^^^^^^iti^^^^ BECAUSE — We havo them iu every size, tt§ffij^LJ& and can supply without waiting. gjjpgsagggS^^^g BECAUSE — We stock all the spare parts, ^^JP&^Sljl and can replace immediately. fl^^^^^^^^7^^ ' BHOA-USE— They separate every particle ( |^^^^^^ of cream from the '.nilk. ^^^¥^3* BECAUSE — They are easy to clean. . ' ^^^^Ij-^P BECAUSE— There are more -Doinos Hold 1^^^^%, than any other machine on the Market, *± WSffSM. m ' IreihJUt Und°Ubte(i pr°Of that th^ 'flHBJi^K^ ^® We, challenge anyone to disprove these ^^^^^^^^fe^^ statements.' ? ^^gsJL^L^'^r'- TnTya* ..flWE HAVE ALSO ALL KINDS OF D.AIRYENC* REQUISITES. :C^8e on'y Dam° Separator Oil and Dobbie's Special Sewing Machines and Bath Heaters. NIRROS1H TRIOM . MID - -ABM3Y GMNWY. BU880&Y. Local Repr...

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Diocese of Bunbury. REQUIRES NEW CATHEDRAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

Diocese of Butted REQUIRES NEW CATHEDRAL ' As a thankoffering for Peace and Victory, which God in His mercy has given us, and as a Memorial to the brave men who have fallen in the War.' Such is the reason given by His Lordship, theBishop of Bunbury for making an appeal to the public for funds with which to build a new Cathedral for the- Diocese. The rea son is a valid one,, and will, we feel sure, evoke a generous response. But, there are other reasons. The presentbuildingw.es built in 1866, 53 years ago, and eVen the.nj it was never comtemplated that it would be more than a parishchurch. Bunbury since then, has gr'own in importance and dimensions, until it is. now the proud Cathedral City of the Diocese of Bunbury. The old parish Church used as Cathedral is an anachronism. It only holds 220 worshippers when uncomfortably packed. Moreover, it is dilapidated and shabby. There are 21,000 Church of England people in the South West: The people in the Diocese of Perth, when they re membe...

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NO NEED TO WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

NO NEED TO WORRY. . Several persons were making pur chases in the grocer 's shop on a very stormy day, when an old man with a stick in one hand and a bundle in the other entered and .asked:— 'Did anj- of you drive up here in a cart?' 'Yes, I did,' replied one man. 'Was it an old white hoss?' 'Yes.' 'And an old woman on the seat.' 'Quite right.' ? 'And can she manage that hoss?' 'I should think that she can.'.' ' 'Then it's all right,' said the man of the stick and bundle. 'The old hoss has run away, and th,e old woman is hanging to the tailboard; shouting 'Murder' with all her might; but if she can manage it there's no use any body ' gettin' excited over it. What's ~the price of eggs to-day ? ' What kind of robbery may be said to be not 'dangerous? — A safe robbery.

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Full Moons for 1919. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

FuU Moons fop 1919V — ♦ — September 10 at 11.54 a.m. .October 9 at 9.39 p.m. ' '? November 8 at -7.35' a.m. ? December 7 at 6.4 p.m.

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South-West Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919

? Soufh-fM Stiows. . - Bunbury — November 5, aad 6. Bridgetown1 — November 12. Busselton — December 3.

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