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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Doctors say a good preventative is to drink a little Port Wine or Spirits. LOOK AT THIS: We caii supply all Wines and Spirits, etc., equal to Perth prices. Black and White, Sandersons, Glenorans No. 10 Whisky at 60s per gallon; Mitchell's Irish Belfast (genuine 62s 6d per gallon. Swan, Emu, Castleniaine and Union Ales and Stouts 6s 6d per . gallon, 12s per dozen. Cash Price. Famous Redcastle Invalid Stout : Pint bottles 8s 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. Hairpin trading % Agency £o Omittd, General Merchants, Bunkry, Narrogiffc, Williams and SuMaco. Are known throughout the South- West. Every Leadissg Line Stocked. Country Orders Receive Prompt and Skilled Atteation. WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. ?-I.'. J .J.n-...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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A FIVE MILLION DEAL. London. September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

A FIVE MILLION DEAL. London. September 12. . Mr Seymour Barry Llewellyn and Lady Rhondda have acquired the control of John Lysaght Ltd's sheet steel and steel works at a cost of about five millions. This includes the Australian properties.

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NATIONALISATION OF COAL MINES. London, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

NATIONALISATION OF GOAL MINES. London, September 12. '? The Trade Union Congress at Glas gow resolved to send a deputation to Mr Lloyd George. It is anticipated that the Prime Minister will refuse the immediate nationalisation of the coal mines where upon a special con gress will meet in accordance with Mr Robert Smillie's motion to force the Government to introduce nationa lisation.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YARLOOP SILVERTAILS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

YARLOOP SILVERTAILS. To the Editor. Sir,— -I notice in your Issue of the 6th inst that your Yarioop corres pondent waxes sarcastic at the ex pense of some of our local tennis players. I have been interested in the Yarioop club, for many years, and it has always struck me that the out standing feature of this club was its cosmospolitanisni as it was quite the ordinary thing to see all classes mix ing in the games and why should they not ? The club went into re cess during the war ; in fact, it prac tically became defunct. Interest, which your correspondent for some hidden reason is trying to kill, is now reviving, and the same old shake hands-all-rouud spirit prevails, and if your correspondent is an old identity it is up to him to apologise, and that promptly, for casting aspersions as unwarranted as they are untrue. If he wants to have a dig at some one, let him seek other methods than your interesting journal. There may be no great players, but those who do play are ladies and gen...

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The Bunbury Herald Special Cable Service. SHIPBUILDING IN GREAT BRITAIN. London, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

The Bunbury Herald Special Cable Senice. SHIPBU8LOIN6 II SftEAT London, September 12. Mr Walter Long, speaking at Glas cow in' reply to criticism upon the Admirality's failure to economise, said it wonld have been a crime to relax the efforts for ensuring prepar edness for all eventualities until peace was signed. He recognised the necessity tor economy. One result of the war was the prospect of a con siderable period of peace. It was the Admirality's duty not to build unnecessary ships and not to persne a programme, which while justifiable before the war, was unjustifiable now. They should do everything possible to develope commerce by releasing shipwrights from the Royal Yards and other places, thereby increasing employment in merchant shipbuild ing-

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Titular Distinctions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Titular Distioeflons. The metropolitan press is a whale on titles. Our leading daily in * re cording the death of ' Condor ' Beresford, heads the article ' Death of Lord Charles Beresford,' although acknowledging he had been made a baron three years ago. We may not believe in hereditary titles, but, all the same, we can give a man his pro per accepted . designation. Another huge joke which the paper persists in is referring to Mrs Moulden, the late Sir Winthrop Hackett's widow, as Lady Hackett. In other papers she is mentioned as Lady HackettMoul den, or Lady Moulden-Hackett. She is just plain (not facially, of course) Mrs Moulden. In any case, she never was anything but Dame Hackett. Lord Robert Cecil, a son of Victoria's Marquis of. Salisbury, and a statesman who/did as much as the next towards defeating Germany, becomes Lord Cecil and Sir Robert, according to the fancy of the young gentleman who deciphers the cables. In a Sydney cemetery, ; there is a stone erected to me memory o...

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THE ASSOCIATED FRUIT-GROWERS' REPORT. (By Wire.) Kalgoorlie, Friday, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

THE ASSORTED FBUiT GROWERS' REPORT. 'v^-' (By Wire.) Kalffoorlie, Friday, September 12. ..- The Associated Fruitgrowers, Ltd, report as follows : — Fair supplies of -\ all lines of fruit an(jf citrus, and with the approach of warm weather was in keen demand and high prices were -; obtained. Vegetables were short sunnlied, and sold at satisfactory rates. .Poultry is still in strong request, ' ejwrs were short. Details : — Yates, dumps 20s to 23s 6d ; Homes to 17s ; Rokewoods 12s to 15s, inferior 7s to ' 10s; Cleos 14s to 19s ; Dunns to 19s ~6d ; Navels, dumps 14s to 19s 6d, ±-*r- flats 12s to 16s 6d ; Oranges, best, i£sL' flats to 14s 6d, others to 12s, dumps ?from 10s to 16s ; Mandarines 10s to 14s 6d ; Lemons 7s to 10s ; Passion . . Fruit, quarter cases, 14s to 16s 6d ; 1 -r» '?' t ? 1 ? ? i-_i.c j ? _„ 1n RA . .rears, t»O8epniue», ua.11 uuuipo -o,uu, ' Tomatoes to 24s ; Winter Nelis os to 7s 6d ; Cabbage 10s, inferior 5s to 78 6d ; Pumpkins 20s ; Swedes, heavy supplies, 6s to 7s 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Do not worry about Galvanised Iron being scarce and the price ridi culousiy high. The NARROGIN TRADING & AGENCY CO. LTD. have the Agency for this District for ADAMAX ROOFING FELT just as durable and much cheaper than Iron. As supplied to the Gov ernment. Stocks on band) 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 for covering houses, garages, fowlhouses, bee hives, etc. Send for catalogues. .- .

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Local and General, [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Local and General, * ' ' Commonwealth Meterolgy Report : ; The August reports for August show ' that a seasonable rainfall and inter '?'?'- vening bright, sunny days give an - '? optimistic tone. Crops are coming on wall ; stock are in good condition ; : * pastures are rapidly improving and it nas Deen a gooa growing muuiu. :-'J' ;?':?? The rivers are low except in extreme ' : south, where the creeks are qver '_:?? ; flowing. f' Church Services— The Holy 1- Eucharist will be celebrated to VU\- morrow in the Cathedral at 8 a.m. ?**'' and 1 1 a.m, and in Picton Old Church at 11 a.m. Evensong will be in the Cathedral at 7.30 p.m. and at the same in St David's, Sth Bunbury. Probates, etc., — Amongst the list ' of probates, etc., issued at the Sup reme Court last week were : Henry Holtzmann, late of Bunbury, to Ellen FannyHoHzman,£7568s3d. Henr '?'?? ry Prosser, late of Bunbury, to Rose ? ?:?., ina Prosser and Frederick Charles ^v Prosser, £7,183 2s iod. Michael ?hi'-. White, late of Bun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

The Arcade Photo Studios 13 CENTRAL ARC APE, opp. railway station, pertk. (Established 16 years.) . AN ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPH LIKE THIS (BLACK AND WHITE). For 10s. 6d. The Sum of Is. 6d. must be added for postage and packing. 10s. 6d. Unfraincd, j-lus Is. 6d. packing. 21s. Framed, plus 5s. packing. Harness the Cheap Power of the Wind, Talk about utilizing our natural re ) 6ources! Why not make the wind lift \vater for you? Why not water yoiir stock automatically? Metters' Windmills go as long as there is a breath of wind. . They are going when others ,ar» - stopped. ., ? v . They work 24 hours per day tftid ask only for a drop of oil every now and then. ' ? MADE IN YOUR OWN STATE BY METTBRS Ltd., FertK 139 Barrack St. & Central Srcade, Perth . J^llifel^k TheRteht i^^^^^^^^^M^l I- House ' jggfe £; '--'X**'. '~ PLANTS - %^t ' 's~ ' ' 'TREES Our Cabbages and other Plants and ' Seeds are unexcelled. Lucerne, Subterraneum, Clovers and other Fodder Grasses., Everthing for the Garden....

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The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. THE STATE SAW MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

The Bunbury Herald SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. ~ THE STATE SAW MJLLS. Our first inclination when the pro posed sale of the State Saw Mills was announced was to run amok, inkily speaking. More mature cdnsidera* tion told us that Parliament has yet to be heard in the matter, and that its^decision is a certainty in favour of conserving the. asset to the State. We sympathise with Mr Mitchell in th's matter, for the question is one of sufficient gravity to upset his Ministry. This we would be sorry to see happen, as, while not believing that Mr Mitchell can -£g^'all his optimistic followers ask or^him, we believe him capable of accomplishing more than any other Tnan in our present parliamentary life. We would like to see him have a fair trial. That this question of selling the State Mills is not one thrust upon Parliament by him appears certain. His views, so far, have not been publicly vbice3T 'Negotiations for the sale were commenced when he was hurling no confidence- motions at the Govern...

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The Pig Industry in Victoria. PROGRESS IN THE ROCHESTER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

The Pig Industry in Victoria. PROGRESS IN THE ROCHESTER DISTRICT. (By R. C. Lorimer, (Daiiy Supervisor), in the Arie'torian Journal of Agii \- culture). - As an . illustration of the rapid pro gress that has been made in the pig raising industry on the irrigated closer settlements around Rochester, the following information may prove inter esting:— Six years ago monthly pig sales were held at the Rochester Muni cipal Market, at which an average of about 30 fat pigs were yarded for sale. With the advance of settlement, how ever, the number submitted at monthly sales soon overtaxed the yarding ac- - eommodation, and it became necessary to hold fortnightly sales. This re lieved the situation, for some time, but the .number of pigs coming forward continued to increase to such an extent that eventually weekly sales were held. Recently, however, the yards have been so overcrowded at weekly sales that it was evident more accommodation would have to be provided. Consequently, the council ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

CAPEL. PiXOPRUSTOR - A. E. MOORE. A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. Easy motoring distance of Busselton and the Caves. / Best Liquors only Stocked. s One Minute from Beach an^ By.tho, \ Q-TtArmw-a E^/Sk/ov^ve Bulk and C swan ise^r jBotaed': - Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky 4 » 11s 6d per bottle. \ f S. C. AVER1LL, Psroprfetor. C

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

? Tiie Most Centrally . Situated Hots! la Bantaty. Proprietor. Vflnes 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 Shaftesbury Hotel ?^ 6d per Day. ' 3S^,p@r Week. Hot and Cold' Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. ?? ? ? ? ? ? ' .#?? . ? . -*. _____ — Comfortable and Central, : The Country Visitors Horn© from lHE©i!ii©o FREE MOTOR OARAGE. ( ' The Old Sggt* The WeIIIsigt©ffl Hotel Vlctbffia Steeet, Eeafjefy. The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bat in the South-West. Electric Fans, Coolness and Rest. All Drinks off the Ice. Absolutely Qaly SWAN BEER Brawn. E. IL COCKS - - ? Proprietor Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. Beautiful drives among the most Superb Scenery in W.A. An Ideal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above sea level. All local produce used at the Hotel. Conveyances of all kinds for hire. Propfietog - -. W. R. RICHAHP...

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STATE SAW MILLS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

STATE SAW MILLS. To the Editor. Sir, — I make no apology for tres passing on your valuable space foi the purposes of emphatically protest ing against the selling of the above mills. Being a Bunbury citizen, with the interests of Bunbury and district at heart, and apart from any_party point of view, but just as an individ ual citizen, I make this protest against the selling of such a valuable State asset, more especially to a foreign syndicate, representing a country which, although our Allies to-day, may, in a few years, be to us as Germany became during the past five years. Who knows ? Then, if a French company takes over this con cern, what is going to happen? Well, I foresee French immigrants flocking to our shores and taking the place now occupied by Britishers and Australians, and a French settlement springing up in what is claimed to be the finest portion of our State, namelv Nornalup Inlet. The latter place offers such splendid facilities for a harbour, which this syndicate w...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Oomiponiasioe, Whilst our columns are open to every class and shade of opinion, we wish it to be distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the views of our correspondents. All correspondence must bear the signa ture and address of the sender, ' not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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DO POULTRY PAY? [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

DO POULTRY PAY? A correspondent of the 'Farm Bulletin' answers the above question thus: — - ;- ' 'On July 1 I had twenty-three hens and two roosters, all' White Leghorns, and I know -that they paid for them-1 selves at that time. . From 1st July to 31st December. Expenses \ Corn, wheat, pollard' bran, dried blood, - oatmeal, cfiicken feed, £4 5s. Receipts : Sold 110 dozen eggs at Is. 6d. a dozen, £8 5s. - , Number of.' eggs laid, 1707. Chickens hatched and reared, 72 from 96 eggs.' All chickens^ hatched by hens, as I have no incubator. - The balance of egjjs I used for my self. The fowls had full liberty, as I live on the bank .of the river. All the eggs I sold' in the township, which has a population of 60 all told, and that every householder kept fowls, but mine being the only pure bred ones, I had eggs when they -had none. I am now keeping Black Orphing tons as well. '-? ' J~/~

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Mail Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Mai! Hat iees. Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places ^indicated: — America aud Canada, Sept. 29. United Kingdom, Egypt etc, (in cluding Soldiers1 Mails) Sept. 29. , Eastern States, to-day.

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FAMILY SOUPS. Barley Broth. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

^FAMILY SOUPS. . Barley Broth. This is a very popular broth arid is often preferred to all others; especially preceding evening dinner. This is how to . correctly make it. Two or three onjpns (sliced) and a quarter of a pound of Scotch barley to about five' quarts of water. Boil for an hour, pour into a second saucepan ,take a quarter of a pound of oatmeal with melted dripping and stir to a paste, add the barley a little at a time, stir well until it boils. Be careful in the season ing of the same, a teaspoonful of pound ed celery, black pepper and sufficient salt. It will be ready to serve after boiling for half an hour. ' 'White Stock. This- is another broth that is much used because it costs little, is easy to make and always welcome to the dinner table. .Here are the ingredients. From two .or three pounds weight of knuck les and chicken or fowl bones, a small carrot, one onion, 'a few celery stalks, turnip, a ham bone, one tea'spoonful of salt, a small teaspoonful of pepper corn...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

dipping. Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. Arrivals. September 10, s.s. Kurnalpi, 450 tons, (TJ. Forrest, agent.) Departures, September 11, s.s. Kurnalpi. Expected Arrivals. September — a.s. Apolda, (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.)

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