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Railway Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Railway Notes. We are all pleasd to hear that our Traffic Superintendent (Mr W Rob inson) is making good progress at St Clair's Hospital, but it is expected that it will be some time before he will be fit to resume duty; A meeting of Railway men was held last week to finalise the Pope Benefit Fund and it was shown that everything in connection with the house had deen paid for, including some recent drainage. The Pope Brothers presented an enlarged photo to the Railway men of the South West, and it was derided to hang it in the Railway Institute. Last Sunday Mr W Hastwell had an argument with a two year old heifer, in which the quadruped came off best. The biped was thrown and in a gladiatorial style the quadruped; placed his foot on Wally's face leav ing his mark very distinctly, much to the latter's chagrin. The Railway football club had a day out last Sunday at the expense of Bunbury, and since then their tails are up against all and sundry. Their next match is against Boyanup on ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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The Blowfly Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

The Blowfly Pest. It is estimated that Australia loses £3,000.000 annually through the rav ages of the sheep blowfly. In this connection the wholesale poisoning of rabbits is regarded as one of the main causes for the increase of the blowfly plague in recent years. The rabbits form an immense breeding ground for the fly, with the result that the sheep suffer. Incidentally, the killing of crows by the poisoned water intended for rabbits is also re garded as helping greatly to inten sify the fly evil, for there is no more wholesale devourer of maggots than the much despised bird of funereal ap pect. The crow, it is said by his apologists, may kill an occasional lamb or so, but he saves hundreds, for each one he kills by destroy ing the blowfly maggot in millions. When we get rid of the rabbit pest we shall apparently take a great step in the direction of ridding Austra lia of the fly pest as well. The flies, it may almost be said, are here be cause the rabbits are here.

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The Peace Makers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

The Pease !U§?§. ? — «o* ? -— The names of the Empire Peace Delegates should be recorded for all time. They were : — David Lloyd George, 56, Arthur James Balfoar, 70, Andrew Bonar Law, 60, George Nicoll Barnes, 59, Sir Maurice Han key, 41, (Great Britain). William Morris Hughes, 54, Sir Joaeph Oook, 58, (Australia), Sir Robert Borden, 64, Sir George Eulas Foster, 71, (Canada), the late General Loaia Botha, 56, General Jan Christian Smuts, 48, (South Africa), Maharajah Bikaner, 39, Lord Sinha, 55, (India), William Ferguson Massey, 63, (New Zealand). It is interesting to note that only, one Peer was included amongst these fourteen makers of history, and he a man who is by law prevented from entering Australia. Three of the fourteen started life as labour men, whilst Lloyd George has as much right to that designation as W. IS.. Hughes. The nationalities represented are : —Welsh, 2 ; Scotch, 2 ; English, 3 ; Canadian, 2 ; Dutch, 2 ; Irian,. 1 ; natives of. India, 2.

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MAKING THE SICK CHILD COMFORTABLE. Mrs. E. E. Kellogg, in "Life and Health." [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

MAKING THE SICK CHILD COMFORTABLE. Mrs. E. E. Kellogg, in 'Life and t, : _,.?.- .?Health.' Even though the sick child is a baby, he should not be held in the arms. The warmth from contact with the mother's body will increase the child's discomfort. No position on the lap can improve upon that of lying on a clean,, cool bed. If the child's illness is likely to be of con siderable 'duration, a single bed of metal frame with woven wire springs and a soft mattress .filled with some material not especially heat-retaining should be provided. ' For use on the bed, cotton sheets are' preferable to linen. Spread the lower one tightly and smoothly over , the mattress, tucking it well under on all the sides. In case of small children, a mattress protector of rubber or oilcloth, two and a half to three feet in size, with a thin cotton pad above it, placed over the middle of the bed underneath the sheet is an improvement. Above the sheet a second one folded in half ahd stretched tightly across t...

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THE SCHOOL CHILD'S FEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

THE SCHOOL CHILD'S FEET. Only recently a distinguished gen eral said : 'A soldier is only as good as his feet.' When we think of this we have grave cause to consider the care of the present generation's feet. Far too little attention is paid to the feet of a growing child. Shoes are expensive, are often chosen sole ly for their cost, and are allowed to run down at the heels until they are really a menace to a child's health. Corns, bunions, ingrowing nails, callous spots, and, perhaps most painful of all, flat foot or broken down arch may be easily caused by poorly fitted shoes. In many coun try places children are allowed to run barefoot all summer ; then when school opens and they are obliged to put on shoes again, they 'suffer acutely; this is especially true if the shoes are cheap, country-made arti cles, clumsy and heavy for the slim little ankles to drag about. The correct shoe for a growing child should be broad, With' a low, sensible heel. It should be straight on the inside...

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

Nanisop. The appearance of common influ enza in rather a severe form, galvan ized our local governing bodies into drastic action oh Saturday last 30th ult. The Repatriation Committeb called the attention of the Road Board to the matter and they, acting as a Health Board, resolved to close all places of public gathering or entertain ment. The Red Cross Society were assembled to commence a meeting which was at once declared 'off J' The R.S.A. had made arrangements for a dance, and as people ggjime troth' Balingup, Ellis Creek and carrabup, refused to put it off. Certainly therje was some excuse for their action, as the Board was precipitate in closing places of public amusement without any notice at all, and the local condi tions were no worse than they had been a fortnight earlier. It is however to be hoped the resolution will be rep'ected for the future, and that people will not cavil at an act intend ed for the public benefit. The teacher was also advised to close the public school...

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

Nannup State School — Our cor respondent writes that although no case of Pneumonic Influenza, has occurred in the district, the Education Department has decided to close the State School for a fortnight owing to the prevalence of ordinary influenza.

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

— ? Corner Stepti@n &. Victor in Streets

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

Balingup, .. (From* Our Correspondent;)^ ; ??.. ? ???.?;??'? — ?' v ? ? ?'?:.?'- w- : Mr F O Nelson,, we regret to .re port has been very unwell lately.v Mr L. Moore is much improved in; health.., ^ V Captain and Mrs Bell arrived in Balingup on the 2nd; It will be re membered that Mr and Mrs Bell at the outbreak of the war, sold their property 'Greenlands,' so that Mr Bell might go to the front. They are visiting Balingup with the idea of purchasing a property in the dis trict and settling down here once more., We hope they are successful. Colonel N M Brazier's connection with the Repurchase Board of the Soldiers' Settlement Scheme termin ated on the 31st August. The Hocky Club will be holding a dance on the 13th inst. Residents will be sorry to 'knowv that Mr Lyn Cook feels that he will not be able to resume farm work for some time at least, and that he bas decided to offer his property for sale. We sincerely hope that tie will get better soon. Mr W Bunt (returned) leaves for the M...

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

Eye Trouble — Astigmatism, s^ ^|P~ common defect in the eye. It is The cause of many of the headaches in (I symptoms of eyes train in you:is» pe. ?-?? pie and should always be attended to. Mr Fist of the Associated Opticians Co., Bairds Arcade has made a spec ial study of this form of eye trouble. Good News for Householders — No necessity for methylated spirits. Try our patent primus stove lighter. Cost only 6d. Will last for months. Also non sag mattresses, stretchers, and deck chairs. Narrogin Trading and Agency Co. Ltd., agents for this district. Call in and inspect same. Hayward's Sale — Even the most I sanguine of the staff did not expect ' the rush that occurred on the opening day, last Thursday. When the sales men came at 8 a.m. there was a good crowd waiting and this increased throughout the day. Just as the long desired hour of six pealed out there was a last desperate rush and the \ weary but willing assistants satisfied the wants of the customers behind closed doors. This...

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Golf Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

6olf Notes, — « — By ' Mashie.' This afternoon the final game for the Bunbury Ladies' Championship will be played, Miss Mary Johnston having defeated her sister by 5 and 4,: and Miss Steere winning from Mrs St Bar be More by 6 and 5. These two ladies will settle the argument at 2.30 p.m. to-day In order to render the game more interesting they will play from the men's tees throughout, and the eighteen holes should prove very interesting, and most of the members would find either of the contestants could give them a handicap. Miss Mary Johnston on the whole plays a slightly larger ball than Miss Steere, but the latter plays very straight and is very consistent. It should be a very even game, and we would not be surprised if two or three extra holes had to be played to effect a decision. The Associates are sending a team of six to Bridgetown next Thursday. They will be the guests of the Bridge town ladies, who will accommodate them the two nights they stay. On bhe Friday a golf match ...

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

The ' Bunbury Herald' is the only local paper supplying the Latest Cable HewH. . j

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

y BLACKWOOD NURSERIES, MULLALYUP, S.W.R. (Branch at Harvey Citrus Nursery.) Begs to notify his clients and intending, planters of Fruit Trees, Rooted Vines, etc., etc., that his stocks for Season 1919 are AGAlft the LARGEST and FINEST' EVER OFFERED. t Inspeetio^ Inyjited- ^ Furfcher pagfcioalars Q^ P^^gcff.apj^icat^n^^

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Local and General, [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Local and Ikneral, The Fairbridge Farm — Mr and Mrs Kingsley Fairbridge, and family who have done such excellent'- work in caring for orphan boys at their farm near Pinjarrah left for England on Tuesday last. . Mr Fairbridge in tends to continue his work and his visit, to the homeland will be con nected with the expansion of the farm. Town Improvements. — The blind ing of Clifton Street has been com pleted, and the Council employees are now busy, on the metalling of Prinsep Street, from the National Bank to Wittenoon Street. The Sailors* Rest.— , Under / the skilful hands ef MrC. F. Coles' staff this building has undergone a thor ough overhaul, and the reading and rest rooms are looking bright and cheerful. Miss Cons has prepared for the entertainment of the expected influx of oveaseas and interstate sailor men, Church Services.— To-morrow in the Cathedral the Holy Eucharist will be celebrated at 8 a.m. and 11 a,m. The Bishop will preach at the; Sung Eucharist. At 7.30 p.m. Even- 1 ...

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Bolshevism and the Bible. PROPHECY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Bolshevism and the Bible. PROPHECY AND POLITICS. On Monday evening last an inter esting lecture on this topic was delivered by Mr Win. W. Johnston, of the, International Bible Students' Association of Melbourne, in the Rechabite Hall, Bunbury. The Association exists to encourage the free and unfettered study of the Bible and has branches all over the world. Its objects are purely religious and it stands free from all sects and denom inations. Speaking to his topic, Mr Johnston, who is the Australian manager of the Association, said that Bolshevism was a unique product of the Great War. It had become the nightmare of statesmen, the Nemesis of kings and rulers, and the social and political creed ot millions of our fellow creatures and could not there fore be dismissed with a contemptuous reference. He proposed to ask the question ' What were the conditions that led to the volcanic eruption of Bolshevism?'1 Whatever the remedy, all would readily agree that in our pre-war civilisation t...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

SllipPge^ ^ Vessels, in Port. ? Premier, Dredge. ' ''?''' . Expected Aerivals. ..- September 9, s.s. Kurnalpi, (R. Forrest, agent.) , ' rfeptembei — s.s. Apolda, (Millais T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Notes. - The barque Garthneill (late Inver neill) which was expected in July, but forced to run into Sydney Har bour by adverse winds, is making another attempt to reach this port and left Sydney on 14th ultimo. She ' will load timber for South African ports.

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

Are Showing Smart New Designs in Which Will Delight the Artistic Housewife. Dainty Bordered Curtain Voile 1/11 yard Floral . Bordered Casement .Curtain 1/9 yard. Curtain Voile, Floral and Conven tional designs 2/6 yard D.W. Madras Muslin, white and cream,' 2/ yard Fancy Bordered Bolton Sheeting. 2/6 yard 36in. Fancy Floral Chintz 2/9 yard Floral Satteens, small and large de signs, 1/6 and 1/9 D.W. Bordered Cretonne, various colorings, 2/9 yard Handsome all Floral Cretonne 2/3 yard New Dark Ground ' Floral Madras Muslin 3/3 yard Shadow Tissues Repp and Arras Cloth, suitable for upholstering, in a variety of designs and color ings. A fine selection of Grass Squares and^ Mats, which you should not fail ? to see. Grass Mats 27in x 54in, 2/11 Grass Mats 36in x 72in, 3/11 Handsome Grass Squares 9ft x 6 ft, 22/6 ???' ' v [?] Tabular Fn GattsJ lanufaotured in numerous styles, including a variety of our famous Link Mesh Gates ; also Steel Strap Gates, All Tube 5-bar Cattle Gates, Angle Steel...

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

/ 2» V & & Picture House. PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. WINTER READING . Back uunibtrs of Periodicals and Comics,. Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. Anderson's Central ftewsageocjj, Victoria Street, Bunbury ; 'Phone H4. Means | , SEEDSMEN, j . FLORISTS Nurserymen, j SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, \ ROSES, VINES, TREES, \ CLIMBERS. . \ Catalogue Post Free. I Only Address : \ - 70 BAKRACK-ST., j PERTH. l| PUBLIC N,0 T I C E. H. O. Holtemann (Late 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 |(next J, G. Baldock's) and is now prepared to execute, all orders entrusted to him. KOOMBANA FLOUR v PILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned— -. £ s d Local Holler Flour, per ton lots... , 10 15 o Roller Flour, half-ton lots ... 5 io 6 Singltf'bag FlouVi5olhs~ .. o 17 6 .'?'.. Half-bag Flour, loolbs ... ... . o...

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

Do riot worry about Galvanised Iron being scarce and the price ridi culously high. The NARROGIN GRADING & AGENCY CO. LTD. have the Agency for this District forADAMAX ROOFING FELT just as durable and much cheaper than Iron. As supplied to the Gov ernment. Stocks on hand, Rolls 72 ft 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 ior covering houses, garages, fowlho uses, bee hives, etc. Send for catalogues.

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

? , „ ? 1 ^p ^i ? ? ^ lMUnOTCif* — 11 m'lWi^ ? l DISTRICT AGENTS : Bunbury— Robert Forrest; Bussbmon— F. C. Caruthers ; Donnybrook— C. H. Woodbrook ; Bridgetown— H. Lake Harvey — P. J. Ward. The Oldesft Auotvalian Office. Established 1R49. ' Head. Office for W^..: Forrest Chambers, Perth. ' ; CH AS. H. OU RLE WIS, Resident Secretary. ? I To Measwe. : s. . ' Upvyards. '? Men living away * c but back ' ' can have as § i- smart a suit as Perth men at the same cost, j ! Y6u measure yourself by our simple self^ j ' measurement form, post your order, and J we dispatch goods direct to YOU. | Perfect Pit, Style and Workmanship Guaranteed . I Materials include Fashionable Tweeds, Serges, Cheviot Tweeds, I Corkscrews, Dress Coating Materials, Worsteds, etc. J Fox's Serges and Cheviots at Lowest ] Prices. , .1 j Freight paid on all orders. i 1 Patterns, together with Self -Measurement | 3 Form and tape, posted free on request. j | THE .BIG TAILORS, : I PERTH, ' On the Corner,' William and \ ''...

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