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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919
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TROTSKY'S REPORTS CONTRADICTED DENIKIN STILL ADVANCING. London, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919
TROTSKV'S REPORTS GQNTRADIGTtB . . ? — — $ ? -' DENIKIN STILL ADVANCING. London, August 29. .., rThe Australian Press says that . 'notwithstanding the Bolshevik wire less reports, General Denikin con tinues to make satisfactory progress. Hia forces have advanced with ereat rapidity towards Kieff, and its fall is apparently only a matter of days. They are within twelve miles of Pe tiara's troops at Vassiley. A vipinction of the two would catch the ^ whole of the Bolshevik forces in an enormous pocket, 250 miles deep by 150 miles wide. South of Kieff, Denikin was forced to retire east and fiortheast of Kharkov, owing to a strong Bolshevik counter attack. Denikin's cavalry brilliantly advanced and entered Tambov, where they ?aptured 13,000 prisoners. They forced the enemy to disperse 20,000 untrained men.
TO CLEAN A FEATHER BOA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919
TO CLEAN A FEATHER BOA. Procure a cake of earbonate of mag nesia at any chemist's, and rub or powder it well over the boa. Wrap up in a cloth for a couple of days, then shake the boa 'well and hang out in the air for 15 minutes, when it will be found nice and white. What part of a locomotive requires the most attention ?— The 'tender' part. When should an hotelkeeper go to an iron-foundry?— When he wants a bar maid (bar made).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919
Doctors say a good preventative is to drink a little Port Wine ' . or Spirits. LOOK AT THIS: We cau 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, Castlenaaine and Union Ales and Stouts -6s 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen. Cash Price. ? / - Famous Redcastle Iiivalid Stout : Pint bottles 8s per gallon ;. ? - Quarts 6s 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen, by the case. . We can supply an excellent Port -Wine, bur own bottling, at Is 9d per 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 P* ices lot Case Lots. '?? Harrogiii traiig $ Jlfitiicy £9. . Citnited9 ..' General .Merchants, 1 ' Bunbury, Narrogiii, Williams and Subiaco. Are known throughout the South- West. Every TLeading Line Stocked. Cotmtf y Of def s Receive Prompt and Skilled...
Balingup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 30 August 1919
? ?. ?;?;. .. -Baiingup^.. — -s- — — - (From our Correspondent.) The property known as 'Green-' lands', at the cross roads, has been sold ; Mr T. Wellington «f Guilfordy is the purchaser, .and will be taking over at the end of the week. ? Mr Dave Scott, formerly one of the best shots in the- local rifle club,' is expected back this week. -Mr and Mrs John -Patterson' arriv- ed last -week. On the way fronr Eogland, Mrs Patterson became so ill that she had to be taken ashore at Durban, the boat leaving without her and her husband. Thp. Udie? of the voluntaiy helpers' class are keenly anxioub to have everylhi-iff in re^iness in case of an outbreak of influenza.' At the meet ing in the Hall-. on Wednesday .after noon, the .-selection of an isolation hospital wa= discussed, and the commandeering by the Health Board of Mr T. H- Wright's commodious new dwelling was favoured. It was suggested that a public meeting be called to di.-c-^s the situation. His many friends throughout the South-Wes...
Obituary. MRS CATHERINE MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
' QbityaFf, MRS CATHERINE MITCHELL. The first death at the Isolation Hospital occurred on Saturday last, when Catherine, wife of Mr Charles Mitchell, of George St, South Bun bury, passed away in her 54th year. Deceased was a native of Victoria, and came to this State eight years ago. She leaves 12 children, eight daughters and four sons, to mourn her loss. The remains were interr ed in the Church of England portion of the cemetery, the Rev Canon Adams officiating at the graveside. Mr Mitchell is also an inmate of the Isolation Hospital.
Nelson General Co-operative Society Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
Nelson Oensral Go-operativa In these days, when the co operative movement looms large in the life of the people, any figures based on actual trading cannot fail to be of interest. The above Society which has its headquarters at Bridse town has issued a balance sheet showing the result of six months trading to 30th June, 1919. Its nett profit for the half year was £651 5s iod. The capital on which this Society is working appears to be : — Shares, .£280 14s : overdraft (aver age) say, £50 ; bills payable and sundry creditors, .£1105 12s id ; mortgage on premises, £1000 ; total, £2436 6s id. The nett profit is therefore about 26|% on the working capital, invested In the business. The sales for the six months totalled .£3842 6s id'. The gross profits earned were £1076 3s id, discounts £iy 17s 5d and commission £34 12s. The figures reveal a very satisfactory position. '
Australia's Peace Loan. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
Australia's Peace Loan. The exports of the Commonwealth during this last year achieved a record, with a value of over four times the amount of the Peace Loan, to close which subscriptions are now being asked for from the people. These boom figures are attributable rather to abnormal oversea matkets than to increased production, despite the song that has been made of the need to increase the volume of pro ducts. Hence, it should be fair to assert that the margin of profit was exceptionally large. It should be equally fair to expect that the sub scription of the total amount of the Peace Loan might be assured with out any need to threaten people with pains and penalties if they failed to become stockholders. Yet, such is the attitude in some parts of Aus tralia, that the Commonwealth authorities have been compelled to draw up a schedule of penalties to be used when dealing with the cases of those able to buy bonds, but who are expected to shirk their responsibilit ies as citizens? and...
South West Road Boards. CONFER AT BRIDGETOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
Siuffifisf tai Boipdi. CONKER AT BRIDGETOWN. On the 20th' inst. at the instance of the Balingup Road Board, represent atives of the principal S.W. Road Boards_.-met at :Bri4get4-w»4o copfer as to the advisability of appointing an engineer to act for a group of local governing bodies. Ihose present in cluded : Messrs N Brazier, S T Phillips and F Lukis (Balingup),} H Smith and H E Braine (Bridge town), J C Rose, I Young and A Reeve (Warren), and E J Brockman (Lower Blackwood), and J O'Con nell. Engineer for Roads and Bridges The chairman, Mr N Brazier, ex plained the objects of the meeting, and stated that, in his opinion, an en gineer was necessary in the hill country to remedy the deplorable state of the loads and bridges. Mr O'Connel! asked the meeting to come to a definite decision as to whether an engineer was necessary or not. Mr H T Phillipps (Balingup) con sidered the services of a professional man essential. Had the services of such been available in the past, many mistakes ...
Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
Social and Personal. We regret to record the death of Mrs Paterson, of the Miners' Anus Hotel, Collie, in the 73rd year of her ago. The deceased lady was Mayoress of Norseman in 1903-4, and of Oollie in .190G-7. Much sympathy is felt for Mis Thos. Ooe, of Busselton, whose daugh ter, Mrs W. R; P. Smith, died recently in Perth. She leaves two children to mourn her loss. Miss Barbara Irwin, convalescent from the 'flu, left yesterday for Seven Hills, where she will be the guest of Mr and Mrs W. B. Oastieau. Her two brothers have Rone to Oollie for a holiday, where they will join their father, Mrs 0. - Styles, who has just recovered from the 'flu, is staying with Mrs Woodruffe, of White Road, Bunbury. . Mr F. M. Midgley has rejoined the firm of McOlure. and Fault. He had been with them when in business at Kalgoorlie. . J We are glad to state that Mr Alex. McOlure ia again out and about after a rather severe illness. Trooper Harry Giddens, of the 10th Light Horso, returned to Bunbury afte...
Greenbushes Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
SfesuSiiisSisi iiti tort, The ordinary meeting o£ the above was held on Monday, the 25th inst., when there were present : — Messrs J. Lindsay (chair), T. Meldrum, W. M. Philllips, J. May, D. H. Gibbney, E. Edwards and A. Gowderoy. The following letters were dealt with. Minister for Lands, advising that the Roads Bill is printed, and that the Government would submit it to the House at the earliest possible date. P.W.D., notifying that £69 6s 9d and £37 18s 6d, expended on repat riation works, had been placed to the Board's credit at the Treasury. The secretary drew the attention of the Board to the fact that these amounts represented an overpayment of £21 138, and that he had advised the Department accordingly. Peace Loan Oommittee, asking the co-operation of the Board in raising W.A's. quotv viz., £850,000, and reminding them that £1,320,000 had been raised towards the 7th War Loan, Co-operation between public bodies and the people was essential to success. Greenbushea' quota has be...
Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
. Co-operation. A meeting of the shareholders of the Bunbury and District Cooperat ive Society, Ltd., was held in the Rechabite Hall on August 31st at 2.30 p.m, 30 shareholders being pre sent. The hon secretary (Mr W. Hast well) read the report ''of the provisional committee on the work done in connection with the forming and registration of the Society under the Friendly Society's Act, 1903. Considerable difficulty was exper ienced, as after applying to the Reg istrar, the committee were informed that the consent of the Federal Treasurer had to be obtained. This took 5 weeks to get, and other tech nicalities took some four . months before the registration came to hand, on August 20th. The report shows that 203 shares have been applied for, 71 of which have been fully paid, leaving 132 partly paid. Cash re ceived £103 Flotation Expenses to date £j, leaving ^g6 in the Savings Bank. The provisional committee was appointed a committee with in structions to commence business as soon as ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
' tltASit OpeaeJ A. W-b-\w Only y & j y 9 lib I? b \Awh 1 IlilaBa 1 ialL ?Biisalbuiffy9© ©ME lrictiss-@ inioii3S€£* '/ PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. ' .WINTEi HAM© Back numbtrs of Periodicala and Comics, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper , Patterns. I'lilTI'l HiJuHHIimI Central itoapep. Victoria Street, Bunbury 'Phone 114. — o-mj.;:r,.':.' * :..:-:' z:r :;/::. .?kssji a Means . ?? SJSEDSMEBf, ; FLORISTS. NwsesymmA SEEDS, J1 RUIT TREES, ] , ROSES, VINES, TREES, I CLIMBERS. ? Catalogue Post Fso®. Onlj Address : ?-. 70 BARRACK*- ST.V ? PERTH. : We have just received a small supply of Kolynos Tooth Paste : AND English Tooth Brushes Apply Early to avoid disappointment. riADQ JRL #*-O CHEMISTS, ^W-*nL-Km.JTl. d£ ^%#©^ - vBUNBURY. PUBLIC NOTICE. i i Ho D. Holtzmann (Latb 44th Battalion) Begs to notify the public of Bunbury and surrounding district that he has started in business as GENERAL PLUMBER AND IRONWORKER, in Kelly's Woodyard ((n...
An Advance Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
in Mnnm Mote. These tricky pieces of paper, which have brought sorrow, to many a con fiding tradesman, and disgust and an? ger to hundreds of honest sailors, are always in evidence -in all shipping ports, and Bunbury has had her fair share of them. When a new hand signs en, the captain issues him an order for a certain amount of money, and this order will not be recognised by the Agent unless the man sails with the ship; When Jack receives this order, his next difficutty is to get it cashed. He makes a round of the various tradespeople, and, if favour ably known, has little difficultys but a stranger has a bard time. Too many have signed on, cashed their notes and then failed to sail with the boat and the person who took the order loses tfye whole of his advance. A case occurred in Bunbury, re cently, when a tradesman advanced the full face 'value, £5, upon one of these notes. The recipient immedi ately started to paint Bunbury red, and made himself a jolly good fellow by shouting l...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
[?] S.W. Peace Loan Quotas — , For the Peace Loan, our State is expect ed to subscribe a minimum of ^850, 000. S.W. towns and districts are expected to weigh in as .follows : — Bunbury, £12,000 ; Bridgetown, £4, 000 ; Collie and Harvey, £3000 each ; Busselton, -£2000 ; Balingup and Greenbushes, ^1500 each; Boyup Brook, Donnybrook, Warren Road Board (Manjimup) Nanhup and Waroona, ^'iooo each ; Capel, £500. Now we know our comparative places in the scheme of things. Fancy poor old Capel being classed as worth 500 quid only. Answer the deadly insult with a couple of thou'. Come on, Capel ! . Hatch Bros' Report—Hatch Bros, report having held their usual month ly sale of store cattle on Thursday last, when they penned 411 head, comprising bullocks, cows, steers, heifers and dairy stock and calves. The store cattle were chiefly short horn, and frommedum to fair store condition. The prices realised were as follows: — Bullocks from 4 to 6 years old, ^13 5s ; steers from about 2| to 3^ years...
MR. HUGHES AT BENDIGO Bendigo, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919
[?] ?? ?— -- ? Bendigo, September 2. Speaking at the opening of the National Federation Conference at Bendigo to-day, Mr Hughes said that there were two ways to steer their course. One led to the sweeping away of properly constituted law, and the other to the establishing more firmly of those liberties won for us in war. He was opposed to the method of direct action. The bulk of the people believed in constitution al means and there must be a policy simple and clear^ for Australia's wel fare. A policy that did not lean to any one section. ?