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Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919

Rifie Notes. ? ? ?♦ ? . BUNBURY. The 8th shoot for the 'Bunbury Herald' trophy took place on Sunday last over the 200 and 300 yards' ranges, and was won on the count back by E. Tomliuson, from T. Cun ningham and Gruy Teede. Following are the scores : — 200 300 Tl Hp Ag Tomlinson 31 31 62 7 69 Cunningham 32 27 59 10 69 Guy Teede 33 27 60 9 69 H. Sharp 35 28 63 5 68 O. Ryan 33 30 63 3 66 S. Birch 32 29 61 5 66 Trenoweth 33 29 62 3 65 Teede capt 32 29 61 4 65 J. Nisbett 32 28 60 4 64 F. Smith 33 28 61 3 64 F. Eaton 29 30 59 4 63 J. Murray 23 '22 - 45 14 59' Dug Teede 26 23 . 49 10 59 Taylor vis — 32 — — ' —

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Aviator Brearley Appeals FOR PEACE LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919

Aviator Braarlei Appeals — 9 — FOR PEACE LOAN. At the opening of the Peace Loan, oppo site the Commonwealth Bank in St George's Terrace, Perth, a special ' ariel delirery ' of printed circulars appealing for assistance from the people was made by the Central Committee with the assistance of Major Brearley, M.C, D.S O. The evolutions of the Major's 'plane made a deep impression upon the cro^d assembled to listen to the Prime Minister's and the Federal Treasur er's opening remarks, and tho circulars dropped apparently bore good fruit. The following was the wording of the document : — ' A message per 'plane to all true citi eens : On this the official opening day of the Peace Loan, the Prims Minister of the Commonwealth joins the members of the local Peace Loan Committee in greeting you the good services of Major Brearley and his Avrb aeroplane.. They unite in urging you and yours to do your duty by the loan. What that duty is appears clearly to 'ali patriots. Australia should over sub...

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MRS ALICE FAULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919

MRS ALICE FA ULL. The influenza has claimed another victim in the person of Mrs Alice Faull who passed away at, the isola tion Hospital yesterday morning at 1.30. The previous day the patient had given birth to a baby girl who was stili living when we received our last advices. The deceased lady was only in her 25th year and leaves her husband and a bonny little boy aged 2 1/2 years to mourn their loss. The husband, Mr Gordan Faull was the first to catch the complaint and was removed to the isolation hospital, where later the wife and son were also conveyed. Mr Faull was about to be discharged this week and his boy is past the danger stage and doing well. The deepest sympathy will be felt for the bereaved, husband, who, during his short residence in our midst, has made many friends. The remains- were laid in the Presbyterian section of the new cemetery yesterday afternoon where the Rev S. J. Mills read the burial service. The mother, Mrs Cummins, was the chief mourner and amongst th...

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Returned Soldiers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919

Returned Soldiers' Associa tion. -------------   The election of officers for the ensuing twelve months resulted as follows : — President, Mr W. Benson (re-elected) ; vice-presidents, Messrs P . W. Steere and A. Hall ; treasurer, Mr T. Downes. Committees: fin ance, Messrs A. E. Murray, W. E. McKenna and C. Lockhart ; vigil ance, Messrs A. Hall, W. Sinclair' and T. Shaw ; amusement, Messrs I J. Blythe, W. E. McKenna, W. Sin clair, F. C. Halkyard and A. E. Murray ; general, Messrs A. Hall, P. W. Steere, W. E. McKenna, E. O'Brien, F. C. Halkyard, B. Lock hart, J. Blythe, W. Sinclair, Gaule and A. Payns. Hon. solicitor, Mr K. M. Eastman; hon. auditors, Messrs E. S. Hart and J. B- Teede ; delegates to District Council, Messrs J. Knowler, F. W. Steere and A. Blythe with the secretary. It was decided to advertise for applications for the position of secretary at a remuneration of £1 per week. Letters of thanks are to be sent [ Messrs Eastman, Hart and Teede for I their past se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919

BIRTH. ANDERSON.—At St. Clair's Hospital,   Bunbury, on 1st September, to Mr   and Mrs H. T. Anderson—a daughter. Both well.

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Balingup. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919

Balingup.     (From Our Correspondent.) Coming Events. 5 Sept., Red Cross, 3 p.m.   6 Sept., Road Board, 2 p.m. 6 Sept., Farmers and Settlers', 8   p.m.                 7 Sept., Rifle Club Shoot, 1.30 p.m, Mr H. Carlson, who recently dis- posed of his grocery business to the Balingup Co-operative Society, has decided to commence butchering again. Mr H. Wansbrough has resigned his position as secretary of the Co- operative Society. The present sound position of the Society is undoubtedly due chiefly to the energy and ability of the late secretary. The secretarial duties will be carried out by one of the directors till the shareholders' meeting, which will take place shortly. Mr. Wansbrough's resignation was received with regret. The shoot for the Captain's trophy will take place on the range on Sunday afteraoon, September 7th. The...

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Donnybrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919

Donnybrook     - (From our Correspondent.) At the " Welcome Home" Social held here during the week, medals were presented to Lieut E. Miller, Sergt Major O. Foan, Sergt Muller, Corpl C. Cain, Lce Corpl O Thread gold and Ptes C Port and O Crowley. Sergt Ramsell and Pte Guthrie apol ogised for non-attendance, and sev- eral others who were present were promised medals for the next social. Mr Sharp, the chairman, made the presentation in a suitable speech to which the men responded. One and all expressed their gratitude to the women workers of Australia for the luxuries that had been sent them while in the trenches. Mr Egan, chairman of the Preston Road Board, announced the gratifying intelligence that His Excellency, the Governor, Sir Wm Ellison-Macartney, would visit the town towards the end of this month for the purpose of laying the foundation stone of the Memorial Hall. During the course of the evening an excellent instrumental and vocal programme was cont...

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Early Australind. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 3 September 1919

Early Australind. Early Day Ships. — In April and May, 1842, the following reference to ships is made by Mr M W Clifton in his correspondence with his London directors. He notes the arrival at Fremantle on the 24th April, 1842, of the Shepherd, 141 days out, with 14 cabin passengers. The Sarah was about to sail for England. The Devonshire, schooner is noted as making fortnightly trips between Leschenault and Fremantle. On the 2nd May, 1842, the Transit arrived at Bunbury from Cape Town (45 days out) with a cargo of nine mares two fowls, wines, fruits and flour. On the same day a large American whal- er arrived. Privations — In a letter dated 2nd May, 1842, Mr Clifton mentions that there was much sickness at Austra- lind, especially diarrhoea. Fresh meat, by which he meant goat, was unprocurable. Mutton was 1/- per lb, and was only brought for one or two of the women whose lives were in danger. Up to the 2nd May, no winter gales, fortunately had been ex- perienced. Source of the Brun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

ALL 'SWEETS topiean Oindy liMm, Nest l=yTlc)irhiC5ateo. Bought at Phone 94. Near Federal Hotel, South Bunbury. A splendid assortment now on Sale ISRESH FISH. SMOKED FISH, J? . BAIT, Daily. All Supplies Guaranteed. South-Wast Fish §upp!|@@, Corner Victoria and Symmonds Streets, BUNBURY. Address correspondence Michelis & Co. Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting ACCOUCHEMENT. TERMS MODERATE. Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Z,o& Sfr©8t, BuKfeaary. BAldlt, VICTORIA-ST, BUNBURlf. Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest ootics. Small Goods and Bread the Best. ~^W. DEEBT, ' Halfdfesse?; T©feesoa«st aad Sftatlqncf , CARR'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURY NOW, OPEN: Spring Handicap, September 13 Metropolitan, October 6. Caulfield Cup, October 18. I Communicate with Hobart direct by every mail. 'Phone 52. PETERS 8 GILLIES, - i&§s@§iiiif t@6° AMei ^^^^^BH Head Office and ^^ggp^ . Show Yard: I|| iegf iniSg@@e H^H Three Minutes '?? ^M' walk West...

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Obituary. MRS MAGGIE COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Ob!tuap|. MRS MAGGIE COOPER. Timber men will learn with deep regret that Mrs Cooper, daughter of, Mr and Mrs J M Kelly, East Kirup, passed away last week, leaving her husband and a young son and daugh ter. The deceased lady was born in Bunbury 26 years ago and her life was spent in this corner of the State. Her bright and winsome disposition endeared her to all who had made h er acquaintance. Mr George Astley Cooper, the bereaved husband is one of the most popular of the millmen in the district and deep sympathy will be felt with him and the parents and relatives of the deceased.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

J. 0* BILDOOK S @§a Lfi-i Irosisnonges9© assdl Groc©r©9 Are Selling For Cash New Stocks. W. & 0. Tea Plates, 3s 6d half doz. Pudding Plates, S.P., 5s 6d half doz.. Dinner Plates, S.P., 6s half doz; Tumblers, 3s 9d half doz. Lamp Glasses, full range, 36in. Galv. Tubs, 20s each.' S Artists' Colors, good range of colors. [ „ Sketching Blocks. „ Acadamy Boards. Vegetable and Flower, Seeds. Axe Handles, Is 6d, Is 9d, 2s 3d. Broom Handles, 4d. Fly Traps, Is each. Table Knife and Fork, Is pair; Victoria Street, BUNBURY. 'Marshal L@aw An Ideal Clydesdale Stallion, will STAND FOR THE SEASON AT THB X BUNBURY SANITARY FARM. Terms : £2 10s. per mare. Paddocked Mares 2s. per week extra. All fees must be paid before any animal is removed. All care but no responsibility. - Full pedigree and all particulars from THB MANAGER, Sanitary Farm, Bunbury. The 'Bunbury Herald' has 34 contributors gathering news for its readers. ' : E* f^iif TCP ~ - * yUrr® B£isiibtit8y5s Baker. Having taken over th...

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Melbourne. September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

|THE FEDERAL ELESTIOHS. Melbourne. September 5. - The opinion of the Federal circles ,that an early election is likely is strengthened by Mr Hughes' state ment at the Lord Mayor's luncheon last night that there must be a clear mandate from the people. This state ment was accepted by the Federal members today as indicative of Hughes' purpose to appeal to the country for a reconstructed Parlia ment with powers to deal with pro fiteering and other matters of vital importance.

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THE ASSOCIATED FRUIT GROWERS' REPORT. (By Wire.) Kalgoorlie, Friday, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

THE ASSOOiTEO FfiUIT (By Wire.) - flKalgoorlie, Friday, September o. g|The Associated Fruitgrowers, Ltd, jajport as follows :— Large supplies of -%uit to hand to-day, . citrus being in good demand, but Apple values slumped slightly. Poultry was short supplied, and in strong demand, and all lines of vegetables, with the . ex ception of Swedes, were short. {^Details: — Apples Yates, dumps 25s ; Dunns to 19s ; Nickajacks 17s 6d;'lCleos 12s to 15s ; Rokawoods, best 158, others 10s upwards ; Navels, dumps to 15s, flats 10s to 14s Oranges, dumps to 13s. beat 10s to 12s, inferior 4s 3d to 6s ; Mandarines, best to 14s, others 10s ; Lemons 10s to 14s; Taxonias 9s; Tomatoes 19s 6d; Potatoes, new dug, 35s ; country, 22s ; Cabbages, prime to 15s, inferior 8s to 10s ; Cauliflowers, best to 9s 6d, others 4s to 7s ; Beans to lid ; Peas to 9d ; Pumpkins to ,£1 ; Swedes 7s ; Poultry, Turkey Gobblers to 30s, ?wditim 25s ; Hens 15s to 20s ; Mus covy Drakes 9s 6d ; Ducks to 8s Cockerels, heavy to 10s 9...

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POLES AND UKRAINIANS. London, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

.POLES INS OKBAINMS. London, September 5. A thirty day's armistice has been arranged between the Poles and Uk rainians, subject to abrogation by five day's notice. It is probable that General Denikin has already gained a footing in Kie2. His advance to wards Kursk received a severe check, although the Bolsheviks did not break through. Trans-Caspian re ports state that the Bolsheviks were aeverely defeated near Keliata sus taining 704 causualties and that they are now withdrawing towards Merv.

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HUGHES AND THE LABOUR PARTY. Melbourne, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

HUGHES AND THE LABOUR PARTY. Melbourne, September 5. . i The Labour Party is studying closely Mr Hughes' speeches, but the leaders are reticent as to their opinion ? of his utterances. The attitude of the ? Australian Labour Party may how ever be Rumraed up in the resolution passed by the Richmond branch of rj the party. Richmond is the centre of -,'; Mr Tudor's electorate and is a labour .stronghold and the resolution was. to effect that Mr Hughes, since his . return, had proclaimed himself lab ourite but the branch had not forgot ten his twice repeated attempts to ' smash organised labour by means of rcontinental Conscription, while thousands of workers were absent in : Europe fighting against this same * curse. - The branch had not forgotten insults, tyrannies, oppressions and ; suppiessions exercised against the labour movement by the Hughes dic tatorship under cover of the War Precautions' Act. The branch repudiated Mr Hughes' labour profes sions and called upon all workers to ...

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The Bunbury Herald Special Cable Service. THE RIGHTS OF SMALL NATIONS. PRESIDENT WILSON ON TOUR Vaucouver, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

The Bdnbury Herald THE RiatiTi OF SMALL NATIONS. ?? '- ' «a ? .' ? PRESIDENT WILSON ON TOUR . ' Vancouver, September 5. A message from Columbus, the capital of Ohio, says that President Wilson, who is touring the country . on behalf of the Leugue of Nations, in his 3peech there said that unless the League was adopted war would re cur. America stood for right of small nationalities and hence its op position to Italy's claims. ' I'd rather haVe everybody on my side than be armed to the teeth,' he said, *' The treaty was an honest attempt to right Europe's wrongs, and such righting was now within a . measur able degree of success. When this treaty was accepted soldiers would ?never have to cross the seas again.' 'After the speech a Chinaman shouted ?? How aboue Shantung ?' Presid ent Wilson did not reply.

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IN NORTHERN RUSSIA. London, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

LIN NORTH RUSSIA. London, September 5. The British troops in north Russia will be evacuated before the ice blocks the route. Some misconcep tion exists over the evacuation policy ^^ not being hastened, but the Govern ^Q[ ment desired to do its utmost possible to enable the residents to resist the Bolshevik advance by inflicting a maximum of damage upon the enemy. /I''' ? nii'iWi'n'nTOum

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

? - ..-?'?'? ? preventative is to drink a little Port Win* ''.'?'?? .or Spirits. . : LOOK AT THIS: We can supply all Wines and Spirits, etc., equal to Perth prices. Black and -White, Sandersons, Glenoran.s No. 10 Whisky at 60s per gallon; Mitchell's Irish Belfast (genuine 62s 6d per gallon. Swan, Emu, Castlemaine and Union Ales and Stouts os 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen. Cash Price. Famous Redcasfcle Invalid Stoat : Pint bottles 8b per gallon ; Quarts 6s 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen by the case. We can supply an excellent Pott Wine,; our 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 Prices for Case Lots. iisrroipn eroding % JUnttscf £o- Ciintted, General Merchants, ? Bunbory, Marrogin, Williams mi StiMaco. R7I f fW ^ if^ , .. * Are known throughout the South-West. ' Every Leading Line Stocked. , '* Country Ofcfe* s Receive Prompt and Skilled Atten...

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Interesting War Figures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Interesting far Figures. ? .s- During the war Jbe British Navy transported or conveyed 13,000,000 men across the sea, 2,000,000 horses and mules, 25,000,000 tons of ex plosives, 51,000,000 tons of oil and fuel, and 130,000,000 tons of food. What a decadent race ! r Greac Britain started the war with a National Debt of £707,654,000. (Australia is nearly up to that now) She finished owing .£7,435,000,000. During the war England lent allied countries £1,568,447,000, and a further £170,896,000, to her Domin ions. These figures reveal England's greatness. The Canadian's proud boast is that they never lost a gun during the Great War. Canada raised 549,339 men, of whom 465,984 volunteered, 50,869 were killed and 149,709 wounded. Over 1500 became airmen, and the Canadian *Air Force -now muster 109 machines. \ The war cost Canada £325,453, 000. Australia (not counting the pres ent Peace Loan of £25,000,060) raised £179,250,300, plus ,£4,408,370 in War Savings' Certificates, for the Great War...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 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 formulae are for internal administration to suit the varying forms of Pneumonic In fluenza, and the fourth is a prevent ative or germicidal fluid for douching the nose and throat. AU 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 I 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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