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Returned Soldiers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

Returned Soldiers' issoeiatidn. The annual meeting of the Bunbury branch was held on Tuesday last wh«a a very large nnmfear of members attended. The -principal business was the reading of the president's and secretary's annual reports. In reading the former Mr Benson said that, with one exception, he had been able to attend every meeting of the branch since his election as presi dent in March 1918. He congratul ated the secretary on the healthy position of the branch and said that this was largely owing to his, Mr E. Badham's, splendid work. ? Mr Badham had a full knowledge of the working of the Association and his work had been invaluable in securing redress for the greivances of very many returned men and their depend ants. Dealing with financial matters the president said that the continual increasing roll of members caused a rather heavy expenditure for admin istration and organisation, but expen ses had been cut to bedrock and com pared most favourably with those of other branc...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

iiiippigiie Vessels in Poet. Premier, Dredge. - Expected Arrivals. September — h.s. Apolda, (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.)

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Bridgetown. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

Bridgetown. — ? o ? ? ? ? .?' (From* Our Correspondent.) Oominff Events. September 19th, Brass Band Dance. September 20th, American Boys Concert. The Golf Club Ball, held on the 12th inst., proved a most unqualified success. All arrangements showed much taste and forethought on the part of the committee and the dainty supper provided was much appreciated. The orchestra was a treat to dance to, comprising piano and two violins. Mr O. H. Bennett had charge of the floor and carried out the duties in his usual capable manner. At the recent meeting of the Mechanics' Institute Committee it was decided to hold a ball on October 17th to be followed by a children's ball on tb.9 Saturday night, for which various prizes will be donated. The Red Cross ladies have kindly offered to assist by contributing towards the eatables for the supper. Mr R. Crawford, who has always treated returned soldiers as his guests when staying at the Hotel, is carrying his generosity a step further and has decided t...

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Bridgetown Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

Bridgetown Road Soard. The ordinary meeting of the above board was held on Monday last the chairman, Mr ] H Smith : presiding over : Messrs J McAHnden, T Savory W B Cutmore (Central), J Blechyn den, W Braine and C Bond (South), and Alf Doust (North) wards respec tively. An apology was received and accepted from Mr W Wheatley. Peace Loan — The secretary re ported that ^130 worth of scrip had been taken up through the local banks to date. In this connection it was decided that a list of likely con tributors be made up and communi cated with and further that an ap peal be made at the Farmers and Set tlers' meeting to be held on 17th September. Correspondence was received and dealt with as under : — Bridgetown Producer's Co-op ask ing for the Board's insurance business on behalf of the Westralian Farmers Ltd on the grounds that they were purely a Western Australian Coy and that their profits were divided be tween some 7,000 shareholders in the State. It was decided that as the renewal p...

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

liil lotion. Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated: — America and Canada, Sept. 29. United Kingdom, Egypt etc, (in cluding Soldiers' Mails) Sept. 29.

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

[?] (From Our Correspondent.) Fixtures. Thursday 18tb, Concert by viBiting American Boys. Friday 19tb, R.S.A. Social and Dance. Events have been unusually quiet during the past week. On Wednes day last the monthly dance held under the auspices of the local Anglican Church Committee was held, and proved quite an enjoyable event. An entertainment of unusual interest took place on Monday last when the Misses Rutherford presented a musical programme combined with dances, etc., by the children of the local Methodist Church and their friends. It was indeed a most credit able performance, and reflected the greatest possible credit on the two ladies mentioned above. Great interest is being taken in the approaching visit of the American boys, and there should be a bumper house. The boys are to be housed by the residents of the district, and everything possible will be done to make their visit to Harvey a remem bered one. Another week has passed without any expressed intention of taking up th...

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Balingup Health Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

Balingup Health Board. At the conclusion of the Road Board on the 6th, the Health Board met. The district medical officer, Dr Hume, wrote re the Board's offer of the position. He would require to know the duties expected, the area involved and the duration of office. He inquired also re arrangements for inoculation. Precautions for Treatment of Local Outbreak of Influenza.— A public meeting was held recently to deal with this matter and, as a result, the secretary wrote to the Health Depart ment and received the following information : — That the Department kept stocks of medical necessities buc did not distribute till an outbreak occurred ; that the Board could borrow from neighbouring boards equipment to deaj with the first cases, until Govern ment equipmmt arrived.; that a telegram would bring equipment aa soon as a hospital could be got ready, should it be necessary to open one ; that the Board had no power to commandeer any premises , at all, this power being vested only in the...

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Local and General. Assist your Local paper by mentioning "The Bunbury Harald and to Blackwood Express" when replying to advertisements. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

[?] h*. ? Assist yeiae Local Pagse? by mentioniraot 'The Bonbury !ta!d w$ llastad lappass' whom replying to advertisements. Answers to Correspondents. — 'Caustic' : Sunday Football contro versy worn threadbare. Can't insert any more letters unless something interesting happens— murder, another war, or something like that. Harvey Parish; — Services on Sun day next will be held as follows :— Harvey, 7.30 p.m., evensong (Mr Horrocks). Yafloop, 7.30 p.m., even song (Mr Geddes). All other services (for this day onfy) are cancelled owing to the rector's absence at Synod. The Dog Poisoner Again— Several cases of dog poisoning have been re ported lately, and. amongst those to lose a valuable pet was Nurse Gid dens. The twisted and deformed mind of the individual who evidently delights in the sufferings of dumb animals, could be devoted to some use if He would offer his services to one of the numerous Vermin Boards, always allowing for the chance of the said Board treating him as a noxious a...

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Bunbury, 8.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

* Bunbury, 8.45 p.m. Eighteen cases are at present m the isolation Hospital and six of these are regarded as serious. There is an abatement of the South Bun bury outbreak, and news from the snnounding district are re-assuring. Greenbushes advise no further in crease beyond the single case, and that in this there is marked improve ment.

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

Soeial and Personal. , ? dk. ? . The death of Mr William Henry Turner, late of the North Kalgoorlie State School and School of Mines, occurred last week at Kalgoorlie. The deceased visited Bunbury reg ularly each summer vacation and was a fine advocate of this city as a change place for Qoldfielders. He leaves a widow and two young sons, Frank and Harry. Mr Clem Mitchell, of Newlands, drove in on Sunday. Mrs Mitchell is temporarily resident in town. Mr and Mrs W- Taffs, of North Dandalup, spent a few days in town this week. They have sold their farm to Lieut Farquharson, late of 28th Battalion and io'th Light Horse. It is their intention to settle in Bun bury, after a brief business trip to Victoria. . Lieut Farquharson had tv^c- close calls in the war. At the Landing a bullet tore the flesh from his neck, exposing the jugular vein. On re covery, he again joined up and re ceived other severe wounds, one almost tearing his arm in two. He is gradually regaining the use of this arm, af...

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INFLUENZA. Perth, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

IHFLUEHZA. Perth, September 16. Thirty fresh cases, but no deaths ?were reported to-day.

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Football Railway defeat Boyanup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

Football Rail way. defeat Boyanup. The final match of the 3rd round was completed on Sunday last when after a strenuous game the visitors again proved victorious by a narrow majority. Taking advantage of the beautiful weather a very large num ber took passage by the special train which left for the Junction on Sunday afternoon and these had a most en joyable outing. The ground was in good order and from the first bounce of the ball it was evident that both teams were all out. Railways had the best of the first quarter but in subsequent play, there was little be tween the two teams, until the final tussel whea Boyanup by splendid marking and dash had the visitors on the defense nearly all the time and it looked as if the Juctioners were about to, down a Bunbury team for the first time this season. However this was not to be and the final totals showed a minority of 9 points the scores being Railway 6 goals 8 be hinds or 44 points. Boyanup 5 goals 5 behinds or 35 points. Mr Bostock ag...

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ENEMY ALIENS. BAKERS' UNION PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

;EHEW &UEHS. '?l-i' *4 BAKERS' UNION PRO TEST. A mass meeting of the Bakers' Union waa held ts-day, when a motion was moved that, now that the war vrasover, all restrictions regarding fcha emnlovraent of enemy aliens should be removed. It was said that several men of enemy origin, who were utaunch unionists, were being kept out of the Union and some others were anxious to join. A soldier inter jected ? ' Germans are a lot of ?«' The chairman ordered the soldier out of the worn, when fche expression was not withdrawn. The motion was carried.

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

[?] Owing to the splendid season, the couirfcry side has seldom looked better, feed being good, and crops very healohy, and without, that yellow appearance caused by too much wet. It is peach, blossom tin^e and the orchards present a pretty sight, many orphardists have t^eir plowing nearly finislied as, tlie ground is beginning, to dry out, and seems to porteni an earfy 'summer. ' The scent of flowers in in the airi the balmy days experienced recently seeming to increase the perfume, especially in the out back gullies where the boronia is in full bloom. After the heavy bush fires of last summer a splendid display of bush flowers, including orchids of spider variety, can ' be seen. The residue of ashes from scrub arid timber have a wonderful fertilising effect on local florai In the open blackboy country the pink everlastings (immortelles) will, present a sight not to be forgot ten, when they blossom in a few' week's time. A well attended meeting of local residents was held on Septem...

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

?GAPEL. . : } ,': Ff£O£?PII£T©& : - A. ^. MOORE. £ 'A Delightful Country Holiday Resort. - ' JSsay motoring distance, of BusB.elton and f . the Caves. / \ . Best Liquors only Stocked. x One Minute from Beach and Baths, , OWdll I3)€SS5F Bottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky ' 11s Sd per bottle. S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor. - _.„_...___„__....- —-.-. ? - ? — ^,,,.^.,: ? ,™.;™.:r.,. ? .,..,- „ ,-,.^,,.™ .VT^^ost'Geffit^ailY §it&&t@$ Horn to Bumusy* ??. ;'./;--^'' ':':''-.: ' ' ? 'Proprietor. ' ? ? . ??? / Win$s v %^r|i arid Spirit^, of , the Finest Quality T '.'??' '' '' **?' Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. % ' WISN IN PERTH. STAY AT THE 6$ Bd pmT Day, - 35s pep W@@k« Hot. and Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. Comfortable and Central, The .Country Visitors Mom® from ' FREE MOTOR GARAGE. Yietogia Stee? t, Btfnfctfey* The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bai in the South- We...

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

[?] Buitfewy's Picture House. PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. WINTER HEADING Back numbers of Periodicals and Comics, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. Central iewsapnci. ^Victoria Street, Bunbury ;? ?' 'Phone 114 .-?'???? E ' Means | ; I SEEDSMEN, j iFLORISTS. Nafsefyitoen.) I SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, j : i ROSES, VINES, TREES, j :;? I climbers. . 1 I Catalogue Post Free. I ? Only Address : | I 70 BAFRACK-ST,, * ? 1 PERTH. I p-UBLIC NOTICE. H. O. Holtzmann , (Late 44th Battalion) Begs to notify the public of Bunbury and surrounding district that he has started in business as .. GENERAL PLUMBER AND ., N IRONWORKER, . in Kelly's Woodyard |(next J. G. ' Baldock's) and is now prepared to e.tecute all orders entrusted to him. koOMBANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR KILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned — ? £ s d Local Roller Flour, per ton lots... 1615 o Roller Flour, half -ton lots ... 5 Io o Single bag Flour, i5olbs .. 0 17 6 Half-bag Flour, io...

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

ireenboiSiii. ' (From Our Correspondent.) Honour Roll Cbmmittee.~At the meeting on- Tuesday : last^theTe -%ere present Messrs J. Lindsay (chair man), J. C. Kerr.D. H. Gibbriey, E. Edwards, H. D. Scutt,' W; : M. Phillips, R. Young, E- P. Blakeney, E. Pi Swift, C.R. Cooper, :H. Robin sou, J. Gallagher (representing Rev. Father Reidy), Revs. T. Hurst- and F. KRiley.' Apologies were received from Rev. Frt Reidy and Mr A. E. Grolder. The chairman stated that the object of the irieetirig was to for mulate a scheme, to place before the public, for the erection of a fitting memorial to the, fallen and returned soldiers of the district. Several offers of blocks of land have been received, some as a gift and others for pur chase. Mr J. C. Kerry on behalf of the Timber Corporation, Ltd., had offered.a block in the main road, next Mrs Osborne's property, providing that a substantial building was erect ed thereori. He had further offered to fence the block. In the event of the citizens deciding ...

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

Doctors say. a good preventative is to drink a little Port Wine , or Spirits. LOOK AT THIS: We can 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, Oastlemaine 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 au excellent Port Wine, our own bottling, at Is 9d per bottle. We have landed large stocks of Penfolds Port Wines, -Clarets -' and Sherries, from 2s 9cl to 4s 6d per bottle. The latter a Special Invalid Port. Special Pfices for Case Lots. iiarrogin Craittg % Jlgency £o* Rutted, General Merchants, Btmkry, Narrogia, Williams and Subiaco. Are known throughout the South- West. Every Leading Line Stocked. Country Ofdefs Receive Pfompt and Skilled Attention. WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. ^?i....

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NIGHT BAKING ABANDONED. Sydney, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

NIGHT BMIlia AMRMNED. Svdnev. SeDtember 16. The Sydney Master Bakers state that question of returning to night baking has been definitely abandoned. The Master Bakers worked all night baking bread, which was available at 1 the bakeries but was not delivered. They claim that a number of hands have -already been engaged and several large bakeries are fully manned.

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Balingup Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919

Balingap Boad Board. The monthly meeting of the Bal ingnp Road Board was held on the 6th, the following members being present : Col NM Brazier (chairman), Messrs J Bovell, H T Phillipps^E. Moore, W M Jenkins and F W Luk is, f secretary'). Mr Phillipps moved that the Board agree with the motion passed at conference of Boards at Bridge town re advisability of the Govern ment appointing an engineer to lay out work for several boards, second ed by Mr Moore and carried. It was decided to agree to the re sumption of land as a continuation of Brockman Street, to give access to the Brooklands Estate near the railway bridge, provided -that the Board was not put to expense in the matter. Mr Exelby communicated with Board re the fencing of the road through his property. It was decid ed to inform Mr Exelby that wire would be supplied as soon as stocks were available. Mr Jenkins moved that' the Board act as a committee with reference to the Peace Loan ; seconded by Mr Phillipps aod carried. The ...

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