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FIVE GOOD REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

FIVE GOOD REASONS. The Louisiana State University, U.S.A., sets forth five convincing rea sons . for keeping individual records of dairy cows, which are applicable generally, and, need not be regarded as having only a local application. They are : — '1. They enable the dairyman to feed each cow according to the quantity of milk she produces. .2. They form the only basis on which a dairy herd can be improved. The time -has arrived when no dairy man will buy a herd bull whose dam does not have an authentic record, showing creditable milk and butter fat production. 3. Records alone will sell cows when no other quality will. Grade cows with records can be sold for 25 to 50 per cent, more than those with out records. 4. A system of records is the first step in building up a herd. Unprofit able cows are the most expensive. 5. Records stimulate better feeding and breeding. The dairyman who keeps records usually keeps a balanc ed ration and becomes interested in winter dairying, which has n...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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The Bunbury Herald GOLD IN THE SEA. London, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

mmtrBIIIIIIIIIII Hi lF»|.iM^iYtriiM-»iaM-i)uyii^.J.^i.ii[5iiiaiTiiiTiy^|ff|i^'y^^ The Buhhury Herald [?] V SOLS IH THE SEi ? o - 1 Lrmdnn. Aiimiaf, lo. There were £7,000,000 worth of gold ingots aboard the Laurentic hulk, which lies ten fathoms deep off the Donees.! cnnsft. and is broken in hv pressure of the water. The depth is just above the limit that a diver can work in calm weatuer. The authori ties expect to recover all the gold. A million pounds worth was re .covered-in 1917, wben the Laurentic was lost, making a total of two and a quarter millions thus far recovered. The gold is. in hundredweight bars, two feet in length.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

^ — *~^*- T'\ t* tf* T I ^t ^ fed* um AHA I ITV / i-tJ I TI' CAINS i Us j i^m ^ciippmfiv I 5^* s I II avr rLIE-U I '* *«. ^ -f / ffl ? TO ORBFP LN6° *$ § IS PRICES ^^^^Jl WE SUPPLY ? , ? ? * ? \ : ' r ; AND TAKE YOUR Cream, Eggs and Poultry IN PART PAYMENT. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. &, CO. LIMITED Butter Makers and Dairy Requisite Suppliers 48 Murray St., Perth (Opposite Fire Station) And at CAPEL, DOWERIN, YORK and WAGIN. I Bin B-!*sw-iTCA I II -^_ ? ? - - ,W^B Rnmor . ///^^^SB ' iJ^jS Unfounded 71^^^^^ I O *s' bility is without any foun- ^^^^^^^^a-^- // |l||y fl A shortage of imported dips need have no effect on dip ^^*''''»^lJr SB euppliea whatever, for Australia now produces in Kg j&t powder sheep dip I j^S^aI An ARSENICAL DIP of the HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUAUTY-chemi- | ??'?' ^'l^a^^ cally *'** Phy»ical'y equal to ^e ^Mt °'P Hitherto imported— and which g ^Sillii can be supplied to meet all Australasia's needs I Illl^JsllsliiP 'Vallo' dipped flocks are already spea...

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Bunbury Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Bunbury Municipal Oouneil The ordinary monthly meeting was held on Monday evening last, when there were present : — His Worship, the Mayor, Crs. Tobin, Foreman, Minors^ Knight, Cross, Paisley and Teede, Messrs W. J. Norrie, Town Clerk, and H. Phillips, Electrical Engineer. Tree Planting, — The report of the Works Committee on this subject was discussed. Cr. Minors objected to the Casuarina trees, and said that they gave no shade. Mr Norrie said that all trees save the weeping willow and the Casuarina died when their roots reached the salt water. Cr. Teede instanced some beautiful Casuarinas grown about the town. The recommendations of the Com mittee were carried.. ' Public Risk Policy. — An adverse report was received from the Finan cial Committee, regarding the taking out of a policy to cover risks to the public, and secure the Council against loss should an action arise. The report was adopted, Cr. Foreman strongly objecting. Buchanan St. — Cr. Tobin present ed a petition from res...

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A Pleasant Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

A Pleasant Evening. Miss Wellard entertained a very large number of guests at the Recha- : bite Hall on Thursday evening, and included in these were between 70 and 75 happy children The kindly hostess evidently intended that not one of the children should miss any of a full share of enjoy ment, and her reward- must have been the wholehearted way in which the juveniles entered into the fun. Mr Webster arranged a lively pro gramme of interspersed dances and games and kept the little feet busy' Volunteers for music were not want ing. Miss Minors, assisted by the Misses Robinson, Banting and Bet tesworth did the most of the playing. The same successful efforts for the entertainment of the grown-ups that marked that given to the children, were continued, and bridge with other card games, was the ordsr of the later hours. A dainty supper was grestly enjoyed. Amongst guests was the Bishop of Bunbury, the Bishop elect of Kal goorlie, Rev Cnnon and Mrs Adams, Warden.and Mrs Owen, Dr and Mrs ...

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THE ASSOCIATED FRUIT-GROWERS' REPORT. (By Wire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

the mummied fruit eROWEBS* REPORT. (Bj Wire.) Kalgoorlie, Friday, August 13. The Associated Fruitgrowers, Ltd, report as follows : — Fair supplies of fruit to hand, meeting with good demand. Prime Apples were short and high values were obtained. Sup plies of vegetables were heavy, and Cauliflowers were hard to quit at sat isfactory rates. Eggs are heavily supplied. Apples, Cleos 21s, medium 1 15s ; Dunns, prime £\ ; Hearty 18s 6d ; Niokajacks 17s; Rokewoods, prime 17s ; Granny Smiths, dumps to 19s ; Pears, Josephines, dumps 18s, -half dumps 8s 3d ; Oranges, dumps realised 12s 6d to 13s 3d, flats 8s to 10s 6d ; Jaffas 11s to 12s 6d ; Man darines, prime 12s 6d, inferior 6s 6d to 9s 6d ; Lemons 6s to 9s ; Passion Fruit, quarter cases, £1. . Potatoes, new dug 28s, country 21s to 23s ; Onions 32s ; Cabbage, prime 15s, inferior 4s 6d to 7s 6d ; Pumpkin 16s; Swedes to 10s; Peas 4$dto7d; French Beans 9|d. Poultry, prime Cockerels to 9s, medium to light 6s to 7s 6d, Hens 6s 9d to 7s 6d ; Duc...

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Golf Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

- Bolf Notes, — ?» - By 'Mashie.' The Associates' fixture for . last Saturday, two clubs nine hole stroke competition for a Silver King ball, presented by the secretary, Mrs Curlewis, was postponed owing to the wet stormy weather conditions. It has been decided to hold this competition this afternoon, .and to play the qualifying round for the Ladies' Championship next Saturday. This step has been taken owing to the greens being very rough at present Arrangements are being made to have them put in order by next week end. Associates will please note. A nine hole two club stroke com petition to-day for Mrs Curlewis' trophy, and a twelve hole stroke competition next Saturday, the four lowest scores to qualify for the Championship. The members' fixture last week was an eighteen hole foursome. Four pairs only turned out, with the following results :— Parkes and Abra hamson 108-24 = 84 ; Dempster and Roberts * 102-12 = 90 ; Blyth and ohnston 108-17= 91 ; Walker and Dermer 1 18-24 = 94. The...

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THE PARIS DEEMING. Paris, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

THE PARIS DEEMING. Cv Paris. Auofuot 15. The examining magistrate unex pectedly confronted Landru, the modern bluebeard, with- his wife. Landru burst into tears, and when he recovered apologised to his wife, say ing ' This ridiculous affair has re vealed my unfaithfulness to you whom I love.' ' Continuing, he said, ' Don't attach any importance to ?these silly charges.' 'His wife did not answer. As he left the court Landru said ' Au revoir, dear, for give your innocent husband's little sins.' The magistrate made con stant interrogations of the prisoner, but Landru has thus far revealed nothing, and has proved himself a master of repartee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

When are birds like blossoms? When they are on trees. 139 Barrack St. & Central Arcade, P@rth . Our Cabbages and other Plants and Seeds are unexcelled. Lucerne, Subterraneum, Clovers and other Fodder Grasses. ? Evertaing for the Garden. ? Stocks Always on Hand. A FAMOUS BRAND OF jjfcOOP * RELIABLE - WEAR?' ? . ' HOSIERY AH© UNDERWEAR jftiSsodatd JtultyWMtts ? '. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MARKETS.. Associated Fruitgrowers' Ltd. Producers* Markets Ltd., KALGOORLIE. : PERTH. GROWERS. Concentrate your Supplies in Markets owned and controlled by the Pro ducers by the Producer. Kalgoorlie Branch : H. J. SCANLAN Manager

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Hints and Tips [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Hints and Tips. 'Wara Grease.— Oil and grease of every kind are fatal to indiarubber. Beware of such absurd advice as has been published to apply 'dubbin' to tyres. Any such greasy substance would speedily ruin them. * * * Clear the Inflator.— When an inflator ? has been ex posed to dust, or has been lying in the tool bag for a time, make several strokes with it before- applying it to the valve, so as to blow out any dust which may have accu mulated in the nozzle. '?'.': * w * ? A Leaky Valve. — If a tyre persists, in leaking without any apparent puncture as the- cause, ' the probability is that the valve is at fault. To test this pump the tyre very hard. ♦ .* * . . - If rubber sleeve is cut at base df-.-Stem shoulder, re place with fresh rubber. Always' see that valve nut is properly screwed up. - - A Choked Valve.— It 'may' happen ! that pumping is hard;1 because a valve is choked. If so, take 'it* to' pieces, remove the rubber from the- stem,. ?Jclea'ii''the--hole in the stem wit...

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FOCUSSING HEADLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

FOCUSSING HEADLIGHTS. Regarding the' new South Australian regulations for eliminating the dangerous glare so conspicuously in use- on many cars, a well-known Adelaide firm writes :— 'The new regulations stipulate that the beam of light from any motor vehicle must be dimmed or concentrated in such a manrfer that the uppermost beams of s.ch light will not exceed the height of 4 ft. from the ground at a dis tance of 400 yards in front of the head lamp. To attain this result it is of the greatest importance that the lamp should be correctly focussed so that the centre of the beam of light will strike the road in front of the car at such a distance as to avoid all chance of its uppermost rays exceeding the height stipulated at 100 yards. 'There are on the market at present a large number of excellent contrivances for the dimming or diffusing of the light, the cheapest and most simple of all being the frosting or otherwise dulling the top portion of the glass but none of these contrivance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

'El 0 R SALE. STUDEBA^ER MOTOR OAR, .Five seater, e.l., self afcarfcer, cushion covers in first-okas order.' A. J. HILL, Spencer Sereefc, Bunbury. PURE bred Rhode Island EGGS, in 6d per setting of 13. Apply — A. Simp son, Junr., Waterloo P.O. ROOMS. —Wanted to rent two furnished or unfurnished rooms- with use of kitchen ; central position ; married couple, no children. ' Rooms,' this office. TO LET.— Store and Dwelling at Don nybrook, suit baker or produce mer ohant. Arthur North, Bunbury. TO LET. — House corner Victoria and Stirling Streets. Suitable for private residence or boarding house. --Apply the Residency LETTER OF THANKS. Mrs. HENRY PROSSER and FAMILY wish to convey to Dr. Joel and Nurse Boehm their heartfelt THANKS for the special kindly at tention to' our late husband and father ; also to all kind friends for expressions of sympathy, letters, tele grams, etc. IN MEMORIUM. HUTCHINS.— In sad but loving memory, of our darling sister and daughter,' Maud Florence (Joy), who pa...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

.' Local Mi (fcntirMi.,.-r ? Tree Planting in Bunbury. — The Reserves Committee made the follow ing recommendations at the last meeting of the Municipal Council and they were adopted. Tree Planting. — Your Committee inspected the follow ing streets and resolved to recommend that : — 1. The Foreshore to the Boatsheds be planted with Oasuarina .and Willows. 2. That Charles Street to Braund Street be planted on both sides with Macrocarpa Pines. 3. That portion ofcStirling Street in front of -the High and Cookery Schools be planted with Norfolk Island Pines. 4. That Edward Street be planted with Flowering Gums, 5. That the approach to the Baths be planted with Casuarinas and Willows. 6. That portion of the Ocean Drive be planted with Norfolk Island Pines as an experiment. Ors. Paisley, Ford and fT-niofht. worn nrAupnfc . White Hand Society .—The general meeting of the Society will be held at the Rechabite Hall on Sunday morn ing at 10'30. There is very important business to be discussed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

i£Ls© JLs© e25 m l^Jiwfili a P. G. MmHs) IN e~~ OF --.''. ' Men's Oashmere Sox 8s 6d. Ladies' Cashmere Hose 4s 6d. Grand Central Buildings OPPOSITE Namjgta Trading Co.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Jill x£) iiii.- £1 IJil UH kU \U1MJ (3? Heaping Money Savers. Serviceable Ooods. Big BfirgfiitiSo * Chance to- Effect Sartn^-;^ - ,Gorner Stephen &\ Victoria Streets PATERSON & CO., /^* J #? *» -ftf I * C. : 1 t«% C -.tio.^' ' ' F- ? H- CHIDZET, Sole Agents. - - *«&&*' | 4_x - ^^ ijJilijy'jiiU 11^0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

If Gomes Many Ways — « — -_ . BUT, HOWEVER IT MAY COME, THE REMEDY REACHES ALL. Kidney complaint may begin from many sources, sach^as cold; injury-by accident, or the result of other com plaints. However it may come, Doan's Pills always cure. Let this fact be an ever present memory with you. All sufferers should be inter ested in the folloi&ing : Mr W. Bennett, Stone Street, Sth. Bunbury, says : 'About a year ago a member of my family took a course of Doan's Pills for a bad attack of backache and kidney trouble, that .had defied 'other medicines for a long time, and they made a complete cure. The back ached terribly and it was impossible to stoop or move about much without suffering agony. The kidney secretions were disordered and rest at night was disturbed. On the advice of a friend we got Doan's ;Pills and by the time one bottle was finished, a great improvement was noticeable. Thus encouraged, we continued the use of the Pills, with the result four bottles made a com ple...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

''.?'? ^^^ ^^^ ?'?''... ' nciiire House* PROGRAMME IN THIS i PAPER. WINTER READING Back numbtra of Periodicals and Comics, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. Anderson's Central Hewsapcp, \ Victoria Street, Bunbury ' 'Phone 114. HIGH HBEIS ~ and Short Skh'ts are like the HIGH QUALITY r .. , and Low Prices of my British Opaque Envelopes. 3d. per packet. Peter Williams, Wellington Street, U BUNBURY. |;.' Meano I *?§ - I SEEDSMEN, |FLORISTS Norsefymen.? t 1 SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, * I ROSES, VINES, TREES, g CLIMBERS. j Catalogue Post Fre®. | Only Address : | 70 BARRACK -ST., PERTH. I KOOMBANA FLOUR KILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned— ? £ s d Local Roller Flour, per ton lots... io 15 o \ Roller Flour, half-ton lots ... 5 io o ' Single bag Flour, iSolbs .. b 17 6 ', . Half-bag Flour, loolbs ? o 12 o \- Quarter-bag Flour, Solbs ... 0 6 6 _; 2olb bagFtour ... ... ... 036 , - Wheatmeal, per 5olbs ? 076 . ' Wheatmeal, per 25lbs .. ....

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The Motoring World. Items of Interest. Motor Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

* ' ' —? — — i — Motor Auctions. An enterprising Adelaide business man has started weekly auction sales of motor vehicles. ♦ ? ♦ Permanent Staff of Road Repairer*. The Good Roads Association of South Australia are still urging the Government to employ a staff of perman ent road repairers. » *? *? Motor Milliners. -?-? The latest idea in America is the employment of women as motor milliners who attend to the 'dressing' of the car. They select the material, the colours for cushions and leather upholstery, and so on, and generally plan the design of the interior. ♦ * ♦ 25,000 Miles! Gee!! . Mr. A. Martin, manager for Messrs. Elder, Smithandt Co. at the Burra, has completed 25,000 miles in his single seater Dodge Brothers car fitted with Australian-buiH body. This mileage has been done in 17 months. The car has not been overhauled at all, and the petrol con sumption has averaged during that time nothing below 25 miles to the gallon, and on quite a number of journeys out in the back coun...

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ENGLISH AS SHE IS SPOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

ENGLISH AS SHE IS SPOKE. | American Journalist: 'Say, do you talk English?' Peace Conference Official: 'Oui, monsieur, a leetle.' American Journalist: 'Well, say, I guess you're a big noise round here; I 'd sure like you to cough up some good headline stuff about this little old peace palaver.'

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Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 16 August 1919

Rifle Notes. ? «. ? BUNBURY. The fifth shoot for the 'Bunbury Herald ' trophy took place on Sunday last over the 500 and 600 yards' ranges and was won by Guy Teede on the count back from H. Trenoweth. Following are the scores : — 500 600 Tl Hp Ag Guy Teede 32 28 60 14 70 Trenoweth 32 33 65 5 70 J. Naylor 31 29 60 8 68 Teede capt 33 26 59 8 67 C. Hill... 32 30- 62* 1 *63 Tomlinson 28 25 53 10 63 S. Birch 26 28 54 8 62 J. Nisbett 29 25 54 6 60 W. Marsh 28 23 51 8 59 O.K. Hill 24 22 46 11 57 P. Smith 17 23 40 5 45

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