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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. Saturday. — 'A Lady's Name,' Constance Talmadge; 'The Fatal Ring,' episode 2. Sunday, ''Mating of Marcelle;' Dorothy Dalton. Monday. — ' Mother Machree.' Denis Kehoe. Wednesday. — 'Ruggles of Red Gap,' Taylor Holmes. Friday. — See next issue. Saturday. — 'Secret Code,' Gloria Swansen ; ' Fatal Ring,' episode 3-'.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

* FLORAL VOILES, striped Voiles, 3s lid yd. PLAIN CREPES Is lid, Striped 2s 6d yd. Striped CREPE DE CHENBS 13s 6d yd. Plain CREPE DE CHENES 8s lid yd. GEORGETTES in all colours 8s lid yd. A8SAM SILK 7s 6d, 8s lid yd. . - Striped TOGO SILKS 8s lid yd. . JAP SILKS Is lid to 6s lid yd. Striped JAPS 4s lid yd. Striped CAMBRICS 2s 6d yd. Striped TUSSORE SUITING 2s lid yd. Checked ZEPHYR'S Is lid yd. CRASH 3s 6d, PIQUE 2s 3d. PONGEE MUSLIN, in all colours, Black, White, Champagne, Tussore, Pink 2s lid yd. ' ' NAVY PRINTS, assorted patterns Is 6d yd. ?Striped WINCEYS 2s 3d yd. Phone 122, ¥iet©ria Str@@tP Bynfoury. 4BBOSSPr ?..-?'..? '?)'??'' ' ' -?:?''.? ????' .. * M.\M &»wfiS* ?. : .'

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

lilBiliilL ^e Wisl1 *° announce an early 'S^K ^ I jk Comprising the Newest and Stnarte.sfc Styles in V»lL10-, ^g«E%^SL M|lk ORGANDIES, MUSLINS, CREPES, GEORGETTE, |iiilll« A If A4P?L ? As an indication of our I|f||y|#S Remarkable Values Floral Crepon Light Ground White Voile Cream Crepe=de-Chene [?] V Front Trimmed with Tacks. Hemstitched; Ladder Stitched in Pale Pink. [?]

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Balingup Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Balingup Farmers and Settlers' Association. The monthly meeting of the Balingup branch was held in the hall on the 6 th, the president, Mr H. T. Phillipps, in the chair. In reply to a letter from Mr Percy tVicken, Chief Inspector of Agricul ture for the South-West, it was decided to ask hfm to fix a date after the Royal Show for his lecture on herd testing aud dairying which be has kindly promised to deliver before the Society. Sale of State Saw Mills.— The proposed sale of the State saw mills was severely condemned by members. The arguments against the sale were, briefly, that the profits on the sale of our timber would go out of the State that the home consumers of our timber would be entirely in the hands of a private corporation and a foreign one at that, that larere Quantities of timber would be required for Common wealth repatriation work (housing, etc.) and the certain increase of price would come back on the returned soldier amongst other consumers. The mills were now workin...

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. CANNING PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

SPORTING. ^ ? __ r 'HERALD' SELECTIONS. CANNING PARK. Hurdles.— Shearwater 1, Remus 2, Amiens 3. First Clas3 Plate.— Lochmaster 1, Aptitude 2, Amyl 3. Second Class Plate.— Lady Neta 1, Espilon 2, Duke Merv 3. Armadale Handicap. — Le Lac 1, Ayrton 2, Explore 3. Third Class Plate.— Proud 1, Frog Song 2, Loch Vie 3. Hunters' Race.— Spalato 1, Wall plate 2, Caliber 3.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INFLUENZA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

INFLUENZA, The local authorities inform us that there are now 18 cases in the Isolation Hospital, four of which are serious. There are a fair number of cases in the town, but South Bunbury shows a decided improvement. The reports from country districts are re-assuring. Perth September 12. Thirteen fresh cases and one death were reported to-day. Collie Latest advices state that about 80 | per cent of the residents are suffering | from some form of this complaint and between 50 and 60 patients are in the Isolation Wards. So far only 3 deaths are reported, and the disease is of a very mild type. Green bushes Our correspondent reports that a case had occurred in the town, the patient being a lady who had just returned from Perth. Dr Hume is taking every precaution, and a tele phoue message, just before going to press, tails of no second caBe.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wilga [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Wilga ? (From Our Correspondent.) A Welcome Home was tendered to the returned soldiers and munition workers on- Friday night, 5th Sept. The guests were Messrs rf and A Rice, A Jones, H Thurley, J Hansen and Mr and Mrs Harper. The hall was prettily decorated by Mesdames Shepherdson and Hoad and Miss Wood. The mill manager, Mr Shep herdson. as chairman, welcomed the guests back to Wilga. Messrs East cott and Wood endorsed the welcome A musical programme was carried out by the following : — Mesdames Shepherdson, Maidment and Smith, and the Misses Allen, Danes, Smith, Lawrence, Eastcott and Messrs W Smith, J Smith, A and R Richardson S Shephardsoh W Wood, R Hamling, and Masters A Affleck and Ken Shepherdson. After this supper was served-; and dancing followed. The catering ;was carried out by Mrs T Clay, of Dbnnybrook, who deserv. es great praise- Mr Aubrey Horn is to be congrat ulated upon the artistic window he has created for Mr Albany Bell's new premises in Victoria Street.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football THE COCKS' CUP—3rd Round. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Football THE COCKS' GUP— 3rd Round. Fixture, Sunday 14 — Railway v Boy anup, at Boyanup. South Bunbury Defeat Railway These teams met on Sunday last to play the postponed match in the third premier round. Neither team was in its full strength and the play, with the exception of a well contested first quarter, and a fine but hopeless rally by Railways in the last few minutes, was considerably below the standard shown in previous matches. Railway made a brilliant start and had the ball between the big sticks very shortly after the bounce. A ding dong game followed, the ball travell ing from end to end and score for score being noted. The second quarter showed very different play, as Railway were on the defensive practically the whole time, and South made an incessant attack on the goal, scoring seven times, whilst their opponents did not even manage a minor point. In the third quarter the play was very dead, with only occasional spurts of energy and South increased their .lead substan...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SERBIA AND THE PEACE TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

SERBIA AND THE PEACE TREAT?. Owjng to the fall 0! the Serbian Government the Serbian delegation is unable to decide its attitude towards the Peace Tteaty.

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POLICE STRIKE IN AMERICA. Boston, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

POLICE STRIKE IN AMERICA. Boston, September 12. The Militia Guards shot half a dozen persons in an outbreak of lawlessness following the police strike. The Government has asked for naval detachments to suppress the outbreak.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Social and Personal. Mr Geo Marks is holidaying in Perth, and is much missed from the post office centre. Even the 'Bunbury Herald' staff is not immune from the ills that flesh is heir to, but it is pleasant to be able to state that the editor, Mr S C Marriott hopes to be in his accustomed place on Monday next, and also that Miss Irwin, after a con valescent visit to Roelands, will also resume duty. Mrs Maxwell Kelly welcomed home her son, Murray, after a long and useful service at the front. Mr P A Ewing has taken over the legal business of Messrs Stanley, Money and VValker at Bridgetown and Greeubushes. He has been managing partner lor tnenrm during a period covering a good few years and has always proved a genuine cit izen and an able lawyer. We wish him the best of good fortune. We regret to hear of the serious illness of Mrs (Dr) Flynn and hope for a speedy recovery. Mr Gordon Faull is away on a trip to Perth and the Goldfields. All will wish Mr Faull. a speedy re covery after ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRECK OF THE CROYDON. New York, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

WRECK OF THE GROTDOR. New York, September 12. , News from Maine, Florida, says that 27 of the crew of the 'Ward Line steamer ' Oroydon ' were drowned. The vessel foundered in a hurricane and the survivors drifted ashore in lifeboats.

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

Railway Notes, Mr W. J. Fullerton, who some nine years ago was on Bunbury Goods Staff and was transferred to Perth is again in Bunbury, being attached to the District Superintendant's office. Billy has just returned from Palestine, where he has been doing his ' bit ' with the JOth Light Horse. 'We welcome him home, and are glad to have him among the boys again. Alec Jeffery has also returned and has resumed duty heie again. To-morrow the Railway Football Club are running one of their special trains to Boyanup leaving Bunbury at 1*40. Given a fine day a good number will no doubt avail themselves of a trip in the country, A good game is expected as Boyanup accord ing to rumor is quite ' on the job.' Dick Oates is again to the fore in arranging for this year's railway picnic, the initial meeting is called for to-morrow at 10 a;m. Mr Frank Hill left Bunbury on Thursday for Kalgoorlie on transfer. We shall miss Frank as he was at all times a good sport, Cliff Metcalf is coming from Kalgo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yarloop. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 13 September 1919

Yarloop. (From our Correspondent.) A large gathering of patrons and enthusiasts assembled in the local hall last Saturday night to contest honours in an euchre party, inaugurated by the Yarloop Football Club in aid of the recently established Gymnasium Club. The honours of the evening were won by *Mrs Be vis for the ladies, whilst Miss F. Garlick and a returned soldier, Jimmey Brennan, also shared in the spoils to the victors. The spoils themselves were valuable and worthy of sincerest effort on the part of all competitors. The dance more The Gymnasium Club itself is well worthy of our best patronage. Mr A. Geddes is president, and Mr Driver is the elected patron. Mr Rutter, our local school-master, is also interested in the affair. Returned soldiers Archibald and Shilton are responsible for the gymnastic instruction of youthful Yarloop. We Have witnessed the progress of our lads since the inception of this enterprise, and we must confess to sincere admiration of their skill. The on...

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

Obituary. At the residence of her daughter, Mrs Albert Hay, Blackwood Road, South Bunbury, on Tuesday last Mrs Josephine Rundle passed away in her 82nd year, after 67 year's residence in Australia, the last 21 of which were spent in this State. Three daughters, including Mrs Hay, survive their mother, the others being Mrs Wright of Wickepin and Mrs F. B. Hay of Sydney. The deceased lady was a native of Kings County, Ireland. During her last illness she received unremitting care from her daughter and the Sisters of Mercy and some neighbouring friends who shared with Mrs Hay the long vigils necessary. The Very Rev. Archdeacon Smythe was also a constant attendant and performed the last offices of the church ere the body was laid in the Catholic new cemetery. Budd a Power House.

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

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. Wednesday. — ' Ruggles of Red Gap,' Taylor Holmes. Friday.— 'Mother of Mine,' Ruth* Clifford ; -'The Flashlight,' Dorothy Phillips. Saturday.— ' Secret Code,' Gloria Swansen; ' Fatal Ring,' episode 3.

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Donnybrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

Donnybrook. (From our Correspondent.) All are looking forward with pleasure to the festivities that will accompany the laying of the founda tion stone of the new hall on Wed nesday next, 24th inst. The ceremony is to be performed by His Excellency the Governor and Lady Ellison tVJacartney has also intimated that she shall be present. Quite a num ber of politicians have accepted in vitations to attend. After the stone has been well and truly laid afternoon tea will be served at the Courthouse, and at 7.30 p.m. a commemorative dinner will be held at the Donny brook Hotel. For the latter nearly every available seat has been booked. The Druids' Ball. — Friday was one of the first entertainments that the members have taken in hand, and it was a colossal success. The hall was beautifnlly decorated, the chief fea ture being sheaves of arum lilies. Mrs Coles, Miss Trigwell and l|$ Warren supplied most enjoyabfer' music, and the catering , was worthy of the occasion., : Amongst those present...

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The Peace Loan. POSTER APPEALS COUNTRY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

The Paaee Loan. POSTER APPEALS. COUNTRY WORK. Two most artistic posters have been forwarded to the Central Wes tern Australian Committee for distri bution throughout the State. Both have as the base of their claim upon the attention of the public the future welfare of the repatriated soldier, and are exceptionally striking in concep tion and colouring. The first is a strongly drawn head of a ' digger,' possessing all the characteristic clean cut boldness of feature that singled the Australian out from the rest of the Allied troops, with under it the ap propriate sentence. ' His future is in your hands — Buy Peace Bonds.' The other represents a returned man who had just breasted the last hill crest ot the present, and is viewing with evident delight the prospect of his future path through a calmly peaceful scene featuring prosperous farms. with crops being garnered, contented stock, magnificently situ ated homesteads, and, in the dim distance a prosperous manufacturing town. The slog...

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