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THE USE OF SUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

THE USE OF SUET. Suet is the body fat of the ox, and all the year lound this hard fat is in __ gjeut demand.- It is a highly complex ] substance, simple and plain as it seems. It is such g,n important ingredient in many dishes that particular care should be taken 'to have it fresh and of the best quality. The solid kidney suet, whether of beef or of mutton, is al ways to be -preferred, for though the price per pound is a little more it both keeps better and goes much far ther than the thin sheets of rolled-up fat that go by the name of leaf suet. Beef suet should be cream-coloured, not deep yellow, or it will be oily and dif ficult to chop finely. Mutton suet ;. should be of waxy whiteness, and very 'firm and dry. Any 'kernels, ' as they are called, which show themselves when suet is cut through should at once be removed, as well as any parts discoloured with blood, as these, if left, -s^jll decom pose quickly and taint the rest.. When there is more suet on hand than re quired for i...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Special Vegetable Dishes. Gateau de Pomme de Terre. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

_ Special Vegetable Dishes. Gateau de Pomme de Term Two pounds of potatoes, salt and pepner to taste, 1 egg, 4 a gill of hot milk, -} ox. of fat. , Boil_and mash the potatoes. . Beat into them the jrolk of the egg, well whisked, the milk, fat, and seasoning. .Beat' the white of the ess 'to a stiff froth, and fold it lightly into the mix ure. , Fill a greased pie-dish three quarters full of the mixture, make a ciiss cioss pattern on top with a fork, and put into a modeiate oven. The jjatoau should 'puff' until it fills the dibh. Serve ver\ hot. This makefa a splendid, substitute for Yoiksliiie judding to son e with a )onit^, oi is equally nice as a supper oi luncheon dish by itself. Turnip Cases. 5 Peel and halve some turnips and boil gently until tender. Scoop out the centres, and fill with boiled and chopped bee'troot, French beans, diced carrot, or well-seasoned mashed potato. Use these cases for garnishing mince, boiled meat, rissoles or similar dishes. Onion Puree. Seven large o...

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Death of Mrs E. Shaw. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Death of In E, §hiw. «y ? It is with deep regrets that we have to record the death .of Mrs E. Sbaw, of Noggerup, which sad event took place at Donnybrook on Friday afternoon last, tne 5th insfc. Her illness was only of short duration as she was stricken down at the residence of her son, Mr E. Shaw only on the previous Wednesday evening. Dr Godwin bestowed on the deceased unremitting medical skill and care, but human efforts were unavailing — her time had come. She was lovingly and skilfully nursed by her daughter in-law, Mrs E. Shaw, at her residence, where she had arriyed from Noggerup on a visit on the 28th ult. The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon, the 6th inst , the service being conducted by the Rev. E. J. T. .tt.iiwt-n. xiie pan u«art)ia were : Messrs Thos. James (Mumballup), Thompson (Brookhampton), Quaife (Donnybrook), and J. Moffat (Nogger up). The large numbers who followed the remains to the cemetery, although the notice was short, testified to the widespread resp...

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Early Australind, [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Eariy iastralind, Bunbury's First Auction — In a letter of Mr Clifton's dated 15 June, 1842, appears the record of what was probably Bunbury's first sale by auc tion, unless the early town lots were sold in that manner, which we*doubt. The goods apparently arrived per Diadem. Mr Andrew Stirling, oi Bunbury, was the auctioneer, and the sale took place at Australind on the gth May, 1842, a considerable number of people attending. The articles cost the Company £256/5/7 (? in London) andfetchndat auction ^324/2/1. The auctioneer's com mission and charge came to ^'25/6/1. Mr, Clifton remarks that where amounts exceed .£5, it is the custom to oav bv Bill at three months. He further says that many article sold at exorbitant prices, but stationery and ironmongery were not in de mand. The only indication of the prices obtained are as follows : — 48 yards of sacking, £2 ; 1 reamjof fool scap, 24/ ; wheeler and leader harness American Whalers — Writing on the 30th June, 1842, Mr Clifton says t...

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

A Stlfeh in Time. ? ?*. No kidney ailment is unimpoitant. Don't overlook the slightest backache or urinary irregularity. Nature may be warning you of approaching drop sy, gravel or Bright's disease. Kid ney disease is seldom fatal if treated in time, but neglect may pave the way. Don't neglect a lame or aching back another = day. Don't ignore dizzy spells, irregular or discoloured urine, headaches, weariness or de pression. If you feel you need kid ney help, begin using the reliable time-tried remedy, Doans Pills. For years they have been found effective. Read this testimony : Mrs G Morrissey, Whittenoon St, Bunbury, says: 'Doan's Backache Kidney Pills having cured.a member of my family of acute kidney trouble, it is with every confidence I recom mend them to anyone suffering with these organs. In the case referred to, the symptoms were urinary irregu larity, sharp, shooting pains in the back, a constant tired feeling and dizzy attacks. We used different remedies from time to time, ...

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

m &QG& seoulta zsa obsessed la every case who?o Bgecham'o Pills aso 2a&ee« € F Aa kapoytSQt escult among others is the relief q{ constipation. This ^ f dicofde? Is oae ceurce of many of the depressing ailmoats from ^hicb (( ^ psople suffer. Severe headache, nervous debility, lack oi energy, are y h fesquaatl? duet© this cause alone. Beecham's Pills have at oace a lasatlve € F aad teate effect aad exercise an invigorating influence upoa the whole P f sycisca. A &w doses a?e generally sufficient to samove indigestion and to | 1 srastsso «Sjq stoeaach and lirer to a state of normal activity. The happy f *; csaS^esss (has tlis pesssssiea el good fsoalth easusm is eeos szpestencsi f 1 1 1 & 'BMCHAM'S PILLS ays specially suitable b?~ Females' o! all ages. @ f \^ gali ia bosoo. laboUe-3 pries 2OJ-3 f 36 pills). 1/1 H 56 pills) & 2/9 ( 16§ pilb y,^ Greenfeuslie@9 Ladies' and Children's BOOTS aud SHOES of latest designs and models, combining el...

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

_ ^aSSS* fc| ' '' JjjjJ ^ 2* ; Bunhury's Picture House. PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. WINTER READING Back numbtrs of Periodicals and Connies, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. Central Hewsapcy, Victoria Street, Bunbury 'Phone 114 & Means y „ I SEEDSMEN, \ IfLORISTS NtttsefymetM ~ I SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, 1 '. ' ? I ROSES, VINES, TREES, \ I CLIMBERS. I 1 Catalogue Post, Free. f I ' Only Address : *? I 70 BABRACK-ST,, I . i PERTH. ? P U B L I 0 NOTICE. H. D, Holtzmann (Late 44th Battalion) ' 15egs_ to notify the public of Bunbury and surrounding district that he has \ .? started in business as GENERAL PLUMBER AND . IRONWORKER, in Kelly's Woodyard J(next J, G. * Baldock's) and is now prepared to . 1 - execute all orders entrusted to him. KOOMBANA FLOUR BSILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned — ? £ s d ? Local Holler Flour, per ton lots... 10 15 o /Roller Flour, half-ton lots ... 5 10 o : Single bag Flour, iSolbs i. 0 17 6 Ha...

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Poultry VALUE OF THE POULTRY INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

[?] VALUE OF THE POULTRY INDUSTRY. - ',.-. 'The value of the -poultry industry' in our State,' said Mr. A. Showder . at a recent meeting of the Agricultu ral Bureau at Tarcowie (South Aus tralia) 'has increased to a great ex tent ^uring the last 10 years, but it may still be regarded as being cap able of much improvement. The pos . sibilities of poultry-keeping offer great advantages to those who. em bark in the industry on correct lines.. No other business will produce a re turn* more quickly; no other stock will return as much per acre, and no thing else on the farm will multiply so rapidly as fowls. - Combined with this is also the fact that no country in the world is more suitable for the development of the' poultry industry than our Commonwealth. We have only to look at the marvellous fig ures' attained by strains of Leghorns that have been built up here by judi7 cipus- 'mating and breeding .combined with the valuable climatic conditions of Australia. . ' r. ;' ' Egg ?producing...

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

Brunswick. ? « ? ( From Our Correspondent.) A most enjoyable dance took place here last Wednesday, the object being to raise funds for the extension of the hall, and great credit is due to the organiser, Miss Partridge. Visitors were present from Roelands, Burekup and Harvey, and a carload motored out from Bunbury. The floor was in good condition, and the music, which was excellent, was supplied by Miss Kathleen Power L.T.G.L , of Bunbury. A dainty supper was provided by the ladies and dancing went with a swiner until the early hours of thjfe.:,n|6rning. The opinion of all present i^was that the dance was one of the most success ful ever held in Brunswick. Much regret waS expressed when the news came through of the death of Captain Frank Connor in Siberia. lhe deceased, who was the eldest son of Mrs Connor, of Benger,' was engaged for over a year in Red Cross work in Siberia, Much interest is being evinced in the wedding of Miss Kathleen Clifton to Mr Rupert Richardson, which takes ...

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

Alsatian Potash. Now that the supply of Potash is eo longer a German monopoly it is of in terest to farmers to know something of what may be obtained from France now in possession of the great Alsatian ' deposits. The two articles following are from the ' ' Vie'torian Journal of I Agriculture. ' ? . j Since the outbreak of the war, potassie manures have been unobtain aDie at anytmng iike reasonable prices. Stassfurth, which has so long en joyed a practical monopoly, is not, how ever, the only source of this valuable fertilizer. Alsace possesses enormous deposits hitherto unworked owing to the monopoly Stassfurth had been able to secure from the German Govern ment. In our issue of March, 1915, we re ferred to the hopes of French agri cultural authorities, that Alsatian pot ash would be made available as soon as France recovered her lost provinces. The sanguine hopes then expressed have at last been realised, anrl Alsatian potash is no longer a dream, but a real ity. An official note ...

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Fibre from Eucalyptus Bark. AN AMAZING CLAIM. Australia to be Independent of Foreign Jutes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Fibre from Eucalyp tus Bark. AN AMAZING CLAIM. Australia to be Independent of Foreign Jutes. From the- bark of the eucalyptus Sprees, which cover millions of acres of Australia, can be produced a fibre, which, it is claimed, will make the Commonwealth independent of Indian, jute goods and New Zealand flax, save minions- o± pounds annually from being sent overseas, and create employment for thousands of Australian workmen, while at the same time supplying the consumers with goods it It-ss - i-st than, but of equal quality to, the imported article. ? - The originator of this proposition (says an exchange) is an Australian in -the prime, of life, Mr. W. M. Billings, whose researches and experiments of the past 15 years on his farm and workshop at Wonga Park have now passed the stage of theory and enter ed the zone of practical economics. At his model factory on the banks of the Saltwater River at Footscray, near the swing bridge, Mr. Billings exhibited samples of twine, rope, and sacki...

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

:\ ',-,), , ... ' These Few Selections will Outflvsl all Previous Efforts at Price-Cpttincr* : Underclothing Depart ment. Ladies' fine Calico CAMISOLbS trimmed with lace and embroidery 4/6 for 2/1 1. Ladies' fine Calico KNICKERS trimmed with plain frills, a bar . gain, 2/11 for 1/11. Ladies fine Calico KNICKERS special to clear, trimmed with era . broidered frills, 4/9 for 3/3. Ladies' medium weight Calico v COMBINATIONS with plain ' frills 4/6 for 2/1 1. Ladies' fine Calico NIGHT DRESSES, trimmed with plain frills, 6/ 1 1 for 4/6. Ladies' Cotton SINGLETS, shaped ***raists, all sizes 4/6 for 2/9. Mantle Department. Ladies' and Children's Tweed and Gaberdine OVERCOATS, must be .cleared regardless of cost. Ladies' striped Wincey BLOUSES large collars, very special ii/6for 8/6. Hosiery Department. Ladies' black ^Cotton HOSE 1/8 for 1/3 ; 2/2 for 1/6. Ladies' black Cotton HOSE sus pender tops 3/6 for 1/11. Ladies!, black and white Cotton HOSE 2/9 for i/ii. Ladies' black and white Silk a...

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POTASH MANURES—SULPHATE OR MURIATE? A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

POTASH MANURES— SULPHATE OR 'MURIATE? . ? . . » A WARNING. (By F. de, Castella, Victorian Govern ment Vitieulturist) . : The superiority of sulphate of pot ash over the chloride, or, as it is still often termed, muriate- is generally ad mitted; a contention which received forcible support from a recent article by Professor Degrully,* of Mont pellier (France), criticising the form in which Alsatian potash is being made available for . French agriculturists (see. preceding note). He points out the inferiority of kainit and chloride of potash, as compared with nitrate, carbonate, or sulphate, stating that it is under either of the last three fon.is that potash gives the best results in the majority of soils. He quotes an article by M. Lagatu, which appeared in- 'Progres Agricole' in 1901, in which attention was very forcibly drawn to the inferiority of the chloride. Professor Lagatu, indeed, goes as far as to assert that in certain cases potash chloride, as well as kainit (in which pot...

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The Conquest of the Air. Its Past, Present and Future. (Continued from last Saturday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

The Conquest of the Air. Its Past, Present and Future. (Continued ftom last Saturday.) The first wjpman to go up in a balloon was Madame Thible, who ascended on June 4, 1784. The first English woman to go up was Mrs. Sage, who accompanied a Mr. Biggin in a flight. On October 12, 1812, Wyndham Slater crossed in a balloon from Dublin to Holyhead, a flight which had nearly cost his father his life a- few years before. ? Hundreds of ascents of no particular interest had now been made^ In 1821 the veteran aeronaut, Charles Green, found that coal-gas made an efficient substitute for hydrogen, and thereafter no trouble in regard to inflation was experienced. His first ascent with a balloon filled with coal-gas was made on July 19,- 1821, at the corona tion of_ the fourth George. - * The famous Nassau, with five passengers, including Monck Mason and Charles Green, went up in Kent on 'November 7, ,1836, and descended next day in Nassau, having accomplished the distance of -500 miles in eigh ...

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THE FLYING AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

* . ??*-.. * THE FLYING AGE. Jt 'is 'hardly necessary to detail the marvellous flying and engineering exploits which have brought the. art. of aviation to the almost incredible degree of simplicity and perfection which residents of Perth have seen illustrated by the wonderful feats almost daily exhibited by Perth's own distinguished airman, Major Brearley. The art of' flight, as exhibited in its full perfection by Major Brearley, is a -product of the Twentieth Century. The Nineteenth Century saw practically no advance on the Charlieres and Montgolfiers which had become fami liar in Europe before the end of the Eighteenth Century. But with the advent o fthe Twentieth Century the aero-' naut came into his own. The dirigible' balloon and the airplane made flying something very different from any thing that had gone before. Ballooning was ancient, but the ballooiMvith a motor applied;to it to direct its flight was a new development. The art of aviation was newer still, for aviation, tho...

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FLYING IN PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

FLYiNGxiN perth! Major Brearley may be regarded as the pioneer of locai .aviation. 'It is true that Air. Hammond and Mr. Geere some years ago gave an exhibition of flying here, trie latter in a machine of his own construction. But their flights did little to- familiarise the public mind with the art of flying or to convince the man in the street that Hying would . ever become a safe or practicable means of travelling or transport. All that has been chanced since the arrival of Major Brearley. He has given almost daily demonstrations of the ease and safety of aviation. In fair and foul weather alike he has flown to and fro above the, oity until his beautiful Avro biplane has come to be almost as familiar as tlie motor car or bicycle. Prob ably every resident of Perth has watched the Avro in its graceful excursions over the city and suburbs Staid elderly people and eager and adventurous young folk have entru ted themselves confidently to the care of the skilful airman, have flown airi...

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The Peace Loan. AUSTRALIA'S WEALTH AND HER DEBT TO THE " DIGGERS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

The Peace Loan. ? .a. ? _— AUSTRALIA'S WEALTH AND HER DE-BT TO THE 'DIGGERS.' For five years the Federal Govern ment has asked for the sinews of War, and to the eternal credit of the Commonwealth the asking was never once in vain. Australia gave 400,000 of the best of her men, nobly and willingly ; while tens of thousands will carry to their last day the sc-trs of a sacred sacrifice. The debt Aus tralia owes them finds no parallel in monetary value, for they paid m the currency of blood and suffering the price of freedom and victory won, Those who stayed at home and never heard a shot fired, who lived in a land flowing with milk and honey, of wealth, resource, and progress who were, kept safe and secure from enemy hands and destruction by the gallant deeds of a deathless army may be asked to answer the question nf what thev have done in return ? No balance can ever be struck. The scales ot sacrifice weigh heavily against them, even though Australia found in war loans the sum of £190...

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

Bunbury Municipal Gounoil. His Worship the Mayor, CounciU lors Cross, Ford, Foreman, Hough, Knight, Minors, Paisley, Teede and Tobin, the Town Clerk and Electric al Engineer were present at the monthly meeting of the Council held on Monday evening. Surf Club— The Reserves Com mittee recommended that the appli cation of Mr C Power, on behalf of the club, to fence in certain land near its buildings, be not entertained. The recommendation was adopted. Forrest Park — A recommendation from the same committee that £30 be placed on the estimates for drain age on the Park was adopt e.l. Public Baths. — It was decided to consult with the Harbour Board re the repairing of the shark-proof fence destroyed by the recent storm. Repatriation Works.— At the last Council tneeliug a request was re ceived from the Committee asking that portion of one of the reserves, vested in the Council, be leased for the purpose of erecting a new factory It was pointed out that this was necessary owing to the prese...

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

FARMERS! Have you seen the 19 1 9 Osborne Binder Catalogue and Price List ? If not, send for one immediately. There is A REASON WHY, We are Sole Agents for— 'OSBORNE' Binders, Mowers, Rakes. 'SHEARER' Strippers,r Harvesters, Plows, Harrows. ' BAGSHAW ' Chaffcutters, Corncrnshers,, Winnowers, Kerosene and Benzine Engines. 'PITT' British-Built Oil, Engines. 'NEW HAMILTON' Spring Tine Cultivators. 'MITCHELL' Drills, Plows, Harrows. .- Write for Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists. H. J. WSGSVIORE & CO., LTD., Wellington Street, Perth. TUE' rVMI? QMB7P'P OTP wlliuh did nofc ask for- and di^nofcneed 1 Jrt Cj VJl^l C* _ ^ _Lu. Tariff Protection was the AUSTRALIAN Manufactaref Royal Sli©©p Oip. The makers are quite content for it to stand against the imported article H ON ITS MERJTS. We are sole ageuts in Western Australia for ROYAL SHEEP DIP. Full stocks are now a%railable Stock and Station Agents, Warwick House, St. George's Terrace, PERTH. , ? j . _ ,j , iJL|l 1 ,1^1 ijt, .^ ...

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Golf Notes, [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Golf Nofas, ? »?? By ' Mashie.' The final match in the Lady As sociates Championship was played on Saturday last and proved a most in teresting fixture. Miss Steeie se cured an unexpectedly easy victory over Miss M Johnston as the latter player was decidedly out of form. At the same time, on her play that afternoon, we think Miss Steere could have defeated the State . champion, her stroke score for the eighteen holes being 48 and 40 with a 38 bog ey, only one hole being at all badly played. With a bogey of 4.3.4.6.4.6. 3.4.4.=38, her rounds were 4.4.5 9.5. 6.44.5.=46 and 4.3.5.9,4.6.3.4 4.=4o. This is a performance that any of the members would be glad to equal for it must be remembered that play throughout was from the men's tees. We heartily congratulate Miss Steere on her record. Six Associates, Mesdames St Barbe More and G Rose and the Misses Amy Mitchell, E Steere, D and M Johnston proceeded to Bridge town on Thursday and' engaged the local players in a match yesterday. A repor...

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