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

The War Loans. For the week ending August 14th., the Sydney and Melbourne Stock Exchange ex perienced what was undoubtedly a boom in war loan stock. A demand set in for gilt edged sacurities, and the several issues of the Commonwealth Loans received flatter ing attention. A writer dealing with this movement in the ' Sydney Morning Her ild' noted.—' The value of the Wat Loan is an investment is being realised, and the return varying from 5} to 6£ per cent (in cluding redemption) compares most fayor ibly with other gilt edged securities which cannot possibly offer the same guarantee as can the Commonwealth Government. The Ig25 and 1927 issues bearing interest at 4£ per cent, and free of income tax, proved to be the moat attractive. Every since the Peace Loan was announced, the movement in War Bonds has been most pronounced. In the short time that has elapsed since the prospectus terms were announced, bonds of the 1925 issue are £1' Os 3d higher, and £10 bonds 2s 3d higher. Five per ce...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Mail Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Ml lofides Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — South Africa, September 9. Derby and intermediate ports, (Shark's Bay excepted) September 8. Singapore, September 8.

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INFLUENZA. Perth, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

\wmmzk Perth. September 5. Seven fresh cases and one death were reported to-day. There are only seven cases at pre sent in the isolation hospital and none of these show dangerous symp toms. The privately treated cases also show a marked deminution and throughout the district the general health reports are most favourable.

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

&8&m&^$^ We wish to announce an early mfmf prarag ow it I ^~WSl%\ ''? ?'?' '? J ' ?' ' g.«!M«-«it!'. 'r.'.i- , -' »? x~ ? ? v^nrjaarej. --iw!wiiwmii W&L±J&&lttk Comprising the Newest and Smartest Styles in VOILBS, -«S-«HKS5iSL Illik ORGANDIES, MUSLINS, CBEPES, GEORGETTE, ?TOPKmvSL and CREPE-DE-CHENE. ; mlSSSl* ffiklK ? As an indication of our ^^M^^ Remarkable Values , ^^^^^^^ We nation three String lines. Floral Crepon Light Ground White Voile Cream Crepe=de«Chene -*ft^§^aaa* V Front I Trimmed with Tucks. ! Hemstitched. Ladder Stitched in Pale Pink. | ? f

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South Western District Vermin Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Soufti Western District : Ve?mi® Board. A meeting of the above Board was held in the Road Board Hall Bridge town, on August 29th when Mr J R Walter presided over Messrs P For rest, Upper Black wood, VO Mitchell Donnybrook and J C Rose, Warren. An apology was received from Mr L Bean, (Lower Blackwood), who was unable to attend owing to the roads being untrafficable for motor car after heavy rains. Correspondence. Mr L N Bean, stating that an im pression had got about that the Board contemplated increasing the bonus for scalps and in consequence a num ber of scalps were being held up in anticipation of a higher reward. It was decided to advertise that the Board had no intention of increasing the Bonus at present. ' Chief Inspector of Rabbits, ac knowledging receipt of the Board's decision that Cape! should not be allowed to secede. Treasury, advising that an amount af ^57 ios refund on scalps had been paid to the order of the Board. Chief Inspector of Rabbits, in re ply to the Board c...

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Bridgetown Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Bridgetown Road Baard. — * — ? The ordinary meeting of the above Board was held on Monday, 25th Aug., when Mr J. H. Smith presided over Messrs J. W. Blechynden, W. B. Cutmore, A.. Doust, C. Bond and J. McAlinden. Apologies were received from Messrs Savory and W. WTieatley. Correspondence as under was. dealt with:— Peace Loan Committee, advising that the district's quota had been fixed at £4000. '' Road Board Association, supplying the legal opinion that the action of the Boardin fencing off ornamental trees on Lake's Hill was quite in order, and that _no legal action against them for obstruction could be upheld. . Timber Corporation, asking per mission to lay train lines across the Greenfield's Eoad. The road in question is under the jurisdiction of the Upper Blaokwood Road Board, and it was decided to reply to that effect. Under Secretary for. Works, in reference to proposed loan of £1500, stating that if the Board will prepare a schedule of works to be done, an engineer would be s...

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

Wadding Beiis, A quiet but very pretty wedding took place last Wednesday evening at the Methodist Church, when Miss- R. Miller, of Spencer Street, Bunbury, was married to Mr G. Cox. The church was beautifully decorated w ifch lilies and boronia. The bride wore a smart cream garbadine coat and- skirt, and a whibe hat trimned with tango. She was given away by her brother, Mr Miller. Miss Merle Mill* 1, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and looked very charming iu a prebty frock of sand -coloured crepe-de-chine, with a chipped straw hat. Mr Boulter acted as best man. The happy young couple left for Mundar ing on their honeymoon.

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Where Canada Boats us. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

When Sagiada iiais y§. During the war, Canada's export of manufactured goods rose from £8,600,000 to £127,200,000. 10,000,000 barrels of flour were exported in 1918, dr 250 percent more than in 1914. The profits of five companies engaged in this business went up from ^650,000 in 1917, to ^930,000 in 1918. During tlw war period, Great Britain increased her steel production by 62 percent. Canada responded with a 125 percent rise. Canada built, in 1918, ships aggre gating 460,000 tons, or one third of Britain's production, in the previous year. The tonnage exceeds that built in Canada from 1902 to 1914. The contracts placed in Canada by the. Imperial authorities totalled nearly £14,000,000, and included 90 vessels. Eleven companies in Ontario alone are engaged building automobiles. They have a total capital £4,000,000. The cars in use in 1917 exceeded those of 1916 by 79,000. In 1918 there was a further rise of 63,000. Canadian fisheries yielded £12,000 000 in 1918, or double the amoun...

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Apple Trees. AND THE WOOLLY APHIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Apple Trees. AND THE WOOLLY APHIS. The Hon Minister of Agriculture is in receipt of a report from the officer in charge of fruit industries, who has recently been visiting or chards in the Bridgetown and Mt Barker districts, stating that inspect ions which he made personally, in addition to raports which he has re ceived from the orchard inspectors stationed in the districts named, show conclusively that the apple trees are at Lhe present time freer from woolly aphis than has been the case for the 1 pa?t two years. The hoi weather caused a considerable lessening of the pest, and the ladybirds, which were very plentiful until late in the autumn, aided slill further in reduc ing it, so that trees which last year were literally covered with the in sects, are now almost clean'. The officer in charge of fruit \ndustries strongly urges upon grow ers the necessity of thoroughly spraying at the present time all trees which show signs of the pest, so that any insects which may be sheltering ...

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. KALGOORLIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

SPORTING. - ?» ? ? 'HERALD' SELECTIONS. KALGOORLIE RACES. Binti Handicap. — Bay Gauze 1, Rayon 2, Malrnui 3. Federal Plate (1st division. — True Moon.l, Petrolite 2, Hazel Dawn 3. Federal Plate (second division.) — Kazan 1, Flintmine 2, Master Gauze Hampton Handicap.— Red Ban ner 1, Tom Castro 2, Postern 3. Federal Plaie (thiid division.) — Irish Prophet 1, Chinatown 2, Moun tess 3. Final Handicap. — Petrolite 1, Duras 2, Menriok 3.

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

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

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

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To-Morrow's Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

To Jorr§w'8 Church Services. Methodist. — 10 a.m., Young Wor shippers', League; 11 a.m., Divine Worship ; 7.30 p.m., Peoples' Popu lar Service; preacher, Rev. R. Hocking. \ Waterloo. — 3 p.m., Agricultural Hall, Rev R. Hocking.

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AN EXCURSION IN THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

AN 'EXCURSION IN THE AIR. (By R. S. S,) I have flown. I have looked down upon Perth. I have seen the capital of the West from a new view-point. The advent of Major Brearley and the intense interest aroused in regard to aviation, was, of course, responsible. And to me, novice though I was and am, he was wonderful. So deliberate, so - masterly, and so able, that there was n$- alternative but to seize the opportunity to fly with him'. I had never been in a flying machine before, and when the chief mechanic buckled the strap round me, I wondered how I would behave? That is, how would the ego within sfcanrl nn fn -Klip, t.rin? MTrmirl mv nprvps rp.Tn51.1n unrlAr p.nn trol? Would I. find that I could. look down upon the earth without feeling' dizzy, sick or terror stricken? I was soon to know. 'Contact,' I heard the Major say, and a second later, with a roar like artillery, the engine started up. Ye gods! It would put a discount on a tornado I Then the Jplane started forward, running alon...

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In The Forrest Country. A STORM AT WILGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

In The Forrest Count ry. A STORM AT WILGA. The following graphic account of the visitation has courteously been furnished to ' Jarrah ' by Mrs Shep herdson, the wife of the manager of the Adelaide Timber Company's saw mill at Wilga : — ?? The district ot Wilga was ?? tne scene on June 1 last of a tornado, which, travelling iu a southernly direction,. most fortunately only skirt ed the Adelaide Timber Company's mill. . The noise of its approach was ter rifying to some who; away from the noise of the machinery, could plainly hear the roaring of the wind. Those in the mill had their atten tion drawn to what appeared to be myriads of small birds in wild flight. This proved to be leaves and pieces of bark ; then as portion of the roof ing flew and pieces of light timber aud small branches of trees from close by joined in an aerial frolic, it became apparent that something was astir. The men made for cover, and one rushing out was knocked down and stunned, and had to be carried in out ott...

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The Conquest of the Air. Its Past, Present and Future. The Past. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

The Conquest '-of the Air. Its Past, Present and Future. The Past. The conquest of the waters was accomplished by the man who first embarked on a log or a sheet of bark and succeeded in getting to the unknown lands on the other side- of a river. It was a long step from the primeval canoe to the Titanic, but the latter represented the result of aeons of evolution of sea craft in direct line from the prehistoric sheet of bark. There is no record to tell us who made the first voyage on the water. We know some of those who made the most momentous voyages, such as Columbus, the discoverer^-of America, Vasca da Gama, who rounded the Cape of Good Hope on his way to India, and Magellan, who made the awftfl journey around Cape Horn, and took his ship around the 'world. These men, and pthers before them, made their wonderful voyages in tubs that people would hardly care nowadays to venture over to Rottnest in. Having subjugated' the waters to his will, m^h sighed for fresh fields of conquest....

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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Social and Personal. Mrs H. G. Palmer, of Harvey, has received a cable from her hus band stating that he was sailing per S.S. Kanowna on the 26th August after spending a couple of months with bis mother and sisters in Eng land. Capt. H. G. Palmer has been away for four years and the greater part of that time was spent with the 10th Light Horse on active service in Palestine. He also fought with distinction throughout the Boer War. He is a native of Warwick shire, England, and came to Austral ia about 20 years ago. He was an active member of the Harvey*Com pany of the Light Horse. Mrs Palmer is a daughter of the late Mr Waller Clifton of Wokaltip. Mrs Clem. Mitchell, of Newlands, is visiting Buribury and stopping at Beach House. Mr Tom Lewis, of Greenbusb.es, spent a few days in town and intends to return at Christmas to try conclu sions with our bowlers. Miss Lexie McNabb is visiting at Argyle. Greenbushes friends will be glad to hear that she is in splendid health. Mr J. Stone, Gov...

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

Why is an omnibus a safe place in a storm? , Because it has a conductor. G.S. Dickson. Expert Boiler Maker. Consulting and Supervising Boiler Maker. Boiler. Shipping and all Classes of , ; Repairs a Specialtiy. Cutting and Welding all Metals by t- ??.'; Oxy-Acetylene Process. ; Coils of All ? Descriptions Made. : '2-8 ; JOHN STREET, PERTH. ? Phone No., A 4639. '' . ESTIMATES' GIVEN. I First Class Workmanship. Charges Moderate. Telephone A3237. Empire Motor Works W. Riches, F. Pearce, and S. Watts, Proprietors. 59 MELBOURNE ROAD, PERTH. (Opposite Goods Shed). Complete Overhaul and Repairs, Tyres, etc. COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY. THE RIGHT DIRECTION. 92 MURRAY STREET, PERTH. For all : M otw (Repair The Right Quality— Car Ready when Promised. Tel. A 3391. , MILEAGE ECONOMY RELIABILITY, COMFORT Made in -Australia for Australian Conditions. ? . .Western Australian Depot: GILBERTS LIMITED (Wholesale Only) 47 Q^een Street, Perth. Tel. A 2888. Ford Big Ends Re niefalied. Rushton, Bushell &...

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