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

GALV. C^ROR! PLAIN & BARBED FENCING WIRE (Iron and Steel). All gauges. Low Quotations for Forward Deliveries. High Grade AUSTRALIAN-MADE Machinery .. ~i: - s Road Rollers. Light Weight an(rHeavy Kerosene Tractors, made in Australia to suit Australian conditions. Portable and Stationary Oil En gines, Super-Diesel type, totally eliminating all ignition troubles. All engines standardised. Spare Parts Readily Obtainable. Catalogues and Prices from the Sole Agents for Western Australia: THE FEDERAL TRADING & ENGINEERING CO. LTD. 5, 6 and 7 Forrett Chambers, PERTH. on | Just Landed New Season's Crop. Extra Prime Quality, Price 9s. cwt. Potatoes, Onions, Blood and Bone Manure, Sulphate of Ammonia. McCORKILL Ltd. GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANTS, 99 JAMES STREET, PERTH. To Country People! Do you know that The Bnntory Herald has THE MOST UP-TO-DATE JOB PRINTING PLANT OUTSIDE PEETH. Orders for Prfaftiog ProsapUy mffijr**** ? JW^f!? ? '/' ? 7'^:

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEEDING STOCK IN DROUGHT TIME. Some Important Suggestions—Value of Cotton and Linseed. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

FEEDING STOCK IN DROUGHT TIME. Some Important Suggestions — Value of Cotton and Linseed. Mr. H. C. J. .Carter) of North Jar raman (N.S.W.), manager of Mooki Springs Station, recently contributed to the 'Quirindi Gazette' an interesting article on the feeding of stock in drought time, particularly in districts remote from railways. In districts served by, railways, stock can be car ried on with lucerne hay. chaff and molasses, maizej and other kinds of fod ders, but in remote districts, other means of keeping stock alive must be adopted. Mr. Carter says that the mixture he found best 'for lambing ewes when feeding upon scrub or very dry grass, was as follows: — Coarse salt 2001b., lin seed meal 1001b., sulphate of iron Gib., lime 101b., bone meal 201b., gentian, coriander, or aniseed 51b. Such a mixture, he says, will help to keep them strong and healthy for a very con siderable period, provided plenty of water is available, the idea being to give them a lick rich in albuminoids, car...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Various Small Matters. SUNDRY OVERCOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

Various Small Matters. (BY 'THE TWINKLEB' IN 'DIN- KTJM OIL.' SUNDRY OVERCOATS. ' As soon as the first wintry conditions set in thousands of overcoats come into operation. It is interesting to note the different makes, shapes, and ages of the topcoats which one sees in the streets, even in one day. You observe the old, rusty green coat which has seen many winters, but is given just one more season before being discarded. This coat has a peculiarly musty odour, and is covered with repairs. The man in it looks as if he also could do with sundry repairs, but hasn't ever been able to pay for them.. Then there is the overcoat that the owner purchased when he was thin, but he now fills it out like a hambag, and it looks fit to start its stitches in every seam. Then we see the man who bought his greatcoat when he was plump, but he is much scarcer now, and the coat flaps around him . like a loo.se tarpaulin around a tent pole. Also the 'knee- freezer,' which makes a man's shins wonder why h...

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

7 Inl91Othe?R®^®8 'Tyjawritet^as - » v ,7 ,-' - *'. ' -v' «i^u- ?? 1--. ,,..^..Bi introdtfee^in1 Australia. Sinc&then sSKfcy*1* . fi; Jr~fL - ''^^ff^^^'W''- y~m ' ^'w^ have steadily increased yearbyyear. M * _^-~— / J'''V i^^^^^^^lT-- ?-'* § /f^^v People found that the ESO^al'S f j^^^^^^^^w^f^^^^sisf^.^ n/r^^S^r To-Day we are going to make good ^ Qm m\ m^^^^^'^^^^^^^^W^^S^^U the P*00'?68 which clinched the .aJpj' Hit '~_\f ^Jte-^^ . ' «^ ill (SliJI i^i§£S£!£-iti ~*J^& ^rsfc sales— nine years ago.' We /SWVT'llr^W^v ' '? %£t ^^fe^lL^^^^^^^^M^^^N now offer to ?bwy-toac!« for cash ' *ff' yoaji^^ -?_ %£$*%%£. 'ftt'&-ffi' Ir i. ^J%rii^?fi%? ^ ^^^^J^j JT any Royal Typewriter Eolddtirinc ? J^^^''1'''Via-^is,'^ '^^^^^W^S^S^^^^^^ ? ^kl 1912, at the original price , |H^^ ' ? -' a^^^^^^^^f rv\^N^j^*3S 'j/'^^^^m less;£8. This ofler means the use ^^^-i^v ?'^J '3 ^ '-'* ? 1 ' fesSlMI i 'W^^lffl ? three farth ngo a 'day for ' iHB^^^^^^Z^y^^^^^^^^^^^^f ji '^1 '~?s'&:f...

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

For Town and Country Residences. .The Cheapest Plant for Stores, Hotels, Halls, Private Homes, etc., on the Market. Plants Installed fi?©ssa ^Sl© UOs. 'w^ A Child could operate this plant. Passed by the Commonwealth \-^*'* Board of Fire Underwriters — No Extra Rating. For particulars apply to — O S. BATY & CO., 575 Wellington- st., -Perth. I is reversible — covers the roots or not, as you wish. The gangs are | interchangeable in their position on the frame so or 'to 'throw the soil to or from the trees and vines. It is adjustable to any depth, ! in the middle or at the ends, by' means* of gang hinges. Levers adjust each gang separataly to auy angle, regulating the amount of j., dirt thrown. The steel frame is in one- piece. Strong archeo or yokes support the gangs ; sepaivate bearing: boses taVe- up; tha- frio- ? v | tion. : ? . | We furnish as an extra attachment, a steel extonBion frame. I With it the operator can cultivate under the trees* closetito^tha - trunkSi : ' ' . ...

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

CONSULTING CHEMIST, WILLIAM STREET, PERTH. A combination of high frequency electric current and Ionic medica tion is recommended by the highest authorities for Neuritis, Sciatica, Lumbago, Shell Shock, Rheumat ism, and all Nervous Complaints; Many patients have been treated from the South- West with com plete success, and I will be pleased to supply names for reference. Most Up-to-date Private Hospital in the South-West. ? ' * Nurses in attendance D.iy and Night. SURGICAL. MEDICAL. MATERNITY A SPECIALITY. NURSE M. BROWNE, ; Cert, and Reg. Telephone *8. For Sale. Large quantity of ' T Fruit Cases. ; Apply— i; - BUTsTNING ? BROS., * '.} ' Bunbury or Argyle. ihbolstering, French Polishing,' iMperi Furniture Packing, Mattresses re-made equal to New Apply— VIOJORIA STREET, BUNBURY (In suv-cessicn to the late H. L. Griffith) THROSSISLL STREET, COLLIE. Haetsant-tn m\®, Prodnce* farta, $mmf gomttiisstdn ana Tmmm Attorney for. Absentee Property Owners. Auction Sales conducted in any part of ...

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

Yaploop, , : ? ♦? — (From our Correspondent.^ i We've been having^quite a chapter of accidents here recently, things have been coming down with a vch geance. The pity of it is that these things do not include the cost 'of living ; that always seems supremely high and wages extremely low, and yet the workman has got to plod on. First it, was our neighbour the school master; the axe came down sharply, upon his foot ; then it was a returned soldier, Wally Parker; a pile of dressed jarrah descended abruptly upon his foot, and he is still limping around on crutches, next it was young. Bill Archibald, whose, toes suffered considerable inconven ience from contact with an all too sudden and hasty iron bolt,* and last ly, Mr J. Hoyne has become the victim of the sudden fall of things. If only the ordinary necessities of life would fall so consistently ! Anyway, Mr Hoyne's was nearly the worst of all these nasty accidents. It was a ponderous affair of cast iron that decended abruptly: upon hi...

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

THE CAPEL HOTEL CAPEL. PROPRIETOR —A.E. MOORE.       A Delightful Country Holiday Resort.   Easy motoring distance of Busselton and   the Caves.           Best Liquors only Stocked.     THE GORDON'S HOTEL, One Minute from Beach and Bathe, Swan Beer Bulk and Bottled Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky 11s 6d per bottle.     S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor.

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

The Rose Hotel The Most Centrally Situated Hotel in Bunbury. L.C.ILLINGWORTH, Proprietor.       Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town.   Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. WHEN IN PERTH STAY AT THE -           S h a f t e s b u r y H o t e l 6s 6d per Day. 35s per Week. Hot and Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. Comfortable and Central, The Country Visitors Home from Home. FREE MOTOR GARAGE. The Old Spot The Wellington Hotel   Victoria Street, Bunbury.     Newly Renovated and now under New Management. The Right Liquors and Best Accommodation. Absolutely Only SWAN BEER Drawn.   E. E. COCKS - - - Proprietor. BALINGUP HOTEL Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT, Beautiful drives among the most Superb Scenery in W.A. An Ideal Spot for a ...

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"Mother Machree." [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

"Mother Machree."   "Mother Machree," the comedy drama from the pen of the noted American author, Maurice Whelan, in which the Denis Kehoe Company appear at the Lyric Theatre, on Monday, September 15th, is describ- ed by critics as a "once in a while play," that is to say, it is a play so clean and wholesome, full of romance humor, and heart interest that it ap- peals to all classes and to all creeds alike, whether they be young or old. The Press of the Eastern States give the highest approval to the play, and to the artists. The Sydney " Bullet- in" says of Denis Kehoe: "He. shares the limelight with his com- pany and never flourishes his person- ality in acting and song." " Mother Machree " is a story of County Clare in 1800, a period that in dress and romance lends itselt to stage representation better than any other day. The story deals with the life of a struggling family, and their attendants, with their thoroughly human interest in life and their love of humor, a...

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

Abso—Bally—Lutely! Will. Sargant's Latest. Tune: " Carry the News to Mary." I'm a man you don't meet every day Abso-bally-lutely. I'm special rep. for A. P. A. Abso-bally-lutely.   Against all ills we will insure, Policies have benefits a score, There never was the like before, Abso-bally-lutely. When you are sick, we give you aid Abso- bally-lutely. Your premiums, doctor, wages paid Abao-bally-lutely. For others you're not asked to scratch, Without inclusion in the batch, There's scores of benefits you catch Abso-bally-lutely. Policies, whole life and endowment, carry all Sickness Benefits. Children's Bonus Endowments — the most liberal procurable. Write or call for particulars. I guaran- tee not to camp on your door mat. WILL. SARGANT, Representative Australian Provincial Assurance Association, Ltd. " Braemar," Wittenoom.st., Bunbury. WHITE ANTS   Eradicated from Houses, Fruit Trees, Vines, etc., by Furniss' White Ant Eradicator. Never fails 10s. and 20s....

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State Sawmills. ACQUIRED BY A FRENCH SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 6 September 1919

State Sawmills. ____---___       ACQUIRED BY A FRENCH SYNDICATE. The Hon W J George, Minister for Works made the following state- ment in Parliament on Tuesday last. Messrs Ghysclinck and Dutilleul, re- presenting the Franco-Australian Syndicate of Paris, have been in correspondence with the Industries Department, and with me, for some months. Their visit has brought about several conferences, at which an understanding has been arrived at in regard to the State sawmills, which they propose to acquire. Sub- ject to the fulfillment of certain con- ditions, to deal with which these   gentlemen have left Australia to-day, en route for France, matters are ar- ranged between the parties. Pro- vision has been made to fully protect the rights of Parliament, to approve or veto the proposed sale, and, as soon as the purchasers have com- pleted the conditions referred to, the Government will bring the question of sale before both Houses of Pa...

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

Motor Car Owners Look— We can supply Dunlop Ford covers 30 x 3½ for £5. We also carry large stocks of Dunlop and Goodyear covers and tubes, and can supply at Perth prices. Send for catalogue or call at Narrogin Trading and Agency Co. Ltd., Bun- bury.  

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

Harvey. During the week just closing events here have been very quiet in deed. True the town has been visit- ed by a merry-go-round, and its ad- junct a shooting gallery. Between them they have supplied fun for both young and old. Indeed these ancient forms of amusement are just as pop- ular to-day as they were ages ago. We hear that the local Co-op open- ed a branch in Perth for the sale of citrus fruits about a month ago, but apparently it has not opened out to the satisfaction of the Directors, and they have closed it. Two matters of interest have been touched upon recently in Perth. The first was the granting of land here, portions of the old Korigekup estate, to applicants other than re- turned men. The question being re- vived at the recent Conference of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, it is expected that further questions will be asked in the House, which will probably be the end of it. The second matter has been the reference to the Irrigation scheme by the Western Au...

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The Peace Loan. THE GOVERNMENT'S VIEW POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 September 1919

Tha Peaoi Loan. THE GOVERNMENT'S VIEW POINT. The following is a precise of a statement, by Mr A. Pornton M. P., Acting Federal Treasurer in connection with the flotation of the Peace Loan:— ' On June 30th last, the Treasury held war loan moneys amount ing to about £18,800,000. The difference between these sums must be found by way of loan, and amounts to ;£33,9oo,ooo. To wards meeting these requirements the: Government decided to float another loan in Australia. The nominal rate of interest will be 5 per cent, per annum, but a bonus, to be given with the first payment, will bring it up to 5£ per cent, per annum on the aver age for the whole period of the loan. The prinoipal will be paid at par on the 15th .December, 1927. Subscriptions to the Peace Loan will close on the 23rd September next, and instalments will be payable at regular intervals 60 to and ou the 4th March, 1920. Interest will be free of State Income Tax. The loan is for paying ex penses of actual war and for Repatriat...

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Obituary. MR. JOSEPH DODDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 September 1919

* MR. JOSEPH DODDS. One of the oldest residents of the South-West in the person of Mr Joseph Dodds, who had reached the extreme age of 98 years, passed away at Frogmore, Brunswick, on Sunday last, aud was buried in the Anglican portion of the new cemetery on Mon day, the remains having been brought to South Bunbury by train. The Rev. Canon Adams performed the last ceremonies at the grave side The old gentleman had been employ ed by the Heppingstone family for years beyond the memory of most of the residents, and spent his last days tended and cared for by the family to whom he had been such a faithful servant. MR WILLIAM ILES. ' In death they were not divided,' might truly be carved on the tomb stone of the late William and Mary lies. The latter departed this life on Sunday, August 17N, and three weeks later her husband was laid by her side. The latter was in his 64tb year, and was a native of Thora, Yorkshire, England. He had been resident for 35 years in this State, and practicall...

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Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 September 1919

Brunswick. ? ? A The Brunswtck Farmers' Associ^ ation held their usual monthly meet ing on Wednesday last, the 3rd inst. The following members were present —the President, Mr D W Marriott, J D Martin, H Piggott, J J May, Thos Marriott, W Rodgers, W Cra nnage, C O'Neil, and B T Reading. Owing to the absence of the secret ary, Mr A E Clifton, Mr B T Read-1 ing was asked to take the minutes of the meeting. An apology was read from Mr A E Clifton explaining his non attendance. The minutes ot tne previous meeting were read and on motion of Mr C O'Neil, and seconded by Mr Wm Rodgers, were held over, 'until the next meeting together with all correspondence, pending further information from the secretary. Mr O'Neil asked the President if he could give any information about the drain recently dug along the side of the recreation ground, to which, the president replied in the negative. Moved, J J May, seconded, C O'Neil; That the Harvey Health Board be written to pointing out the unsatisfacto...

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Upper Blackwood. RATE-PAYERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 September 1919

Upper Biackwood. RATE-PAYERS' MEETING. This meeting was held in the Boy up Hall at 2 p.m. on August 30th. There were about 48 ratepayers pre sent in addition to a'full board. Mr Wade (chairman) in his open ing speech stated the objects for which the meeting was called aod asked the Secretary to read the minutes of last Annual Meetiug. This was done and they were passed as read. The Secretary then was asked to read the financial statements for 1917 18 1918-19 which he stated were in formal until passed by the Govern ment Auditor. These originated questions re extra expenditure in some wards.. The chairman and supervisor gave an ex planation. The minutes of a special meeting re building a Road Board Hall after the War were next read. Mr Treloar proposed that Board go into matter of taking over the Hall, after inspec tion and overhaul, and the question of adding offices thereto be discussed thoroughly with the Committee and guarantors, and if not suitable consid er the matter of buildi...

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INFLUENZA. Perth, September 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 September 1919

INpENZA. Perth, September 9. Eleven fresh cases and two deaths were reported to-day. Thirteen cases are reported as hems' at present in the Isolation Hospital and one of these is very serious. Immediate district reports show general good health. Collie reports over 1000 cases,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 10 September 1919

UrgenU 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 6f 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 1 to provide for an emergency it is parti cularly desirable for heads of house holds living Teven- 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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