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BALINGUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
BALINGUP. At a meeting of the Balingup Rifle Qub, held on the ground on Sunday 7th inst, it was stated that there was a serious likelihood of the range being closed in connection with the settle ment of the Brooklands Estate, on which the range is situated. The Captain said that the Inspector of Rifle Clubs had visited the range and had written stating that he was mov ing in the matter to have the range retained. The following motions were caiTied : — ' That in the interests of the club and of the returned sold iers settling in the district, the Gov ernment be urged to reserve perman ently the present range.' ' That the assistance of local bodies be obtained and that the member for the district, the Hon F.-E. S. Wilmott, and., the members for the province be written to.' During the club's winter recess the Captain received a communication from the Kirup Club suggesting a return match at Balingup. It was decided to submit the following for the Kirup Club's approval : — date : Sunday ...
Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
Rifle Notes. BUNBURT. The last shoot for the ' Bunbury Herald ' trophy took place on Sunday last over the 200 and 300 yds' ranges and was won by Mr J. R. Nisbett. Following are the scores : — 200 300 Tl Hp Ag J. Nisbett 84 31 65 4 69 S. Birch 33, 31 64 4 68 C. Hill... 32 32 64 2 66 Guy Teede 30 28 58 8 66 Tomlinson 32 28 60 5 65 ' F. Smith 32 29 61 3 64 J. Murray 29 19 48 16 64 Teede capt 30 . 30 60 3 63 F. Eaton 31 27 58 4 62 Trenoweth 33 23 56 3 59 -M Elliott 22 25 47 7 54 The final shoot for the ' Bunbury Herald ' trophy took place on Sunday last and was won by Mr J B, Nisbett from E. Tomliuson by three points, C. Bj. Hill third with three points less. Following are the scores :— J. R. Nisbett, 1st, 408 points ; E. Tomlinson, 2nd, 405 points; C. R. Hill, 3rd, 402 points.
The Bunbury Herald THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS THE REPORT CRITICISED. Washington, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
T7t6 Bunbury Herald Special Cilie Service. THE IBiUE OF NATIONS r ? Q ? THE REPORT CRITICISED. Washington, September 16. In attacking the majority report of the Senate, Senator McCumber char . acterised it as selfish, immoral, and dishonorable, seeking to isolate the United States and cause her to desert , her Allies. The reservations, voiced definitely and discourteously, ex pressed a jingoistic spirit which ought to be eliminated from the American spirit, and the majority report failed to explain the League of Nations' aims and purposes regarding the British dominions. These were al most independent and their votes, however, did not affect the United States, as it was necessary that there should be a unanimous vote before the Council could act. The United States was therefore untramelled.
THE PRIME MINISTER. Melbourne, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
THE nWL MISTER. Melbourne, September 16. Several Federal Opposition mem bers satirically alluded to-day to what is. expected from Mr Hughes. One prominent Labor member said that Mr Hughes has already stated that he was no god, but he would have to be an extremelv clever man to carry out his promises. First of ,- all, he has to cure the profiteering ?vil, a problem that is full of intrica cies and pitfalls. Furthermore, he has to satisfy the soldiers demands. Laborites declare that if Mr Hughes does not fulfil his pledges to the soldiers the pendulum will swing the other way with disastrous results to Mr Hughes and his party. On the other hand, National members are confident that Mr Hughes will thor oughly fill the bill.
Our South Bunbury Correspondent Awakens. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
Our South Bunbury Gorraa* pontot Swikesis. — ? ^^ ....— Bill Moyes awakes aud ' strikes the lyre ' thusly : — It is a long time since I said, hello!, the reason being that the old ' Herald' seemed to be doing remark ably well without me. Never since Mat Wallis and I arrived in Bunbury with Captain Cook, fresh from build ing the Pyramids, has the port be«n so well represented, and, in a little while, people will say of Bunbury :— * I ' Oh! that's where the ' Herald ' is printed.' (They say that now. — Ed.) It is very interesting i;o read about my old cobbers, and the way things are wagering in the capital of the South- West, as Arther North would say. It was very exciting to read Arthur's letters on separation, and when he dug into the dim and dusty past, aud fished from the dry and moth eaten files of an antediluvian— that's a good 'un — journal, some let ters he had written in the year one, and, figuratively holding them aloft, said: 'I told you so,' I said to myself, ' 'E's a bloo...
Proposed Sale of State Saw Mills. BUNBURY WATERSIDE WORKER'S OBJECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
Proposed Sail of Stall Saw ills, V BUNBURY WATERSIDE WORKER'S OBJECTION - The following resolution was car ried at a meeting of the Society held on Saturday last : — ' That we, the members of the Bunbury Branch Waterside Work ers' Federation of Australia, most emphatically protest against the pro posal of the W.A. Government to dispose of the State Saw Mills for the following reasons:— (1) That the mills are the property of the people, while the Government is regarded as only the Trustees of such property. (2) That the establishing and run ning of saw mills has been the policy of the W.A. Government for several years and has been approved and en dorsed by the electors of the State at successive elections. (3) The State Saw Mills have shown a profit every year since being established. (4) There is ample reason to believe that the demand for their output will shortly begin to increase at unprece dented rates, which, with timber or ders received on a rising market will prove them in th...
American Boys. TO VISIT BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
Amerioao Boys. ?far ' ' ' — TO VISIT BUNBURY. ' Most people will remember a visit by a group of America boys to Bun bury about 6 years ago, and we are asked to announce that another party of 44 boys from San Francisco will arrive here on Fridav. Sentfimhpr 26th. The party is again in charge of Major Peixotto, and it is arranged for the boys to give two performances in one of the local theatres. In tne early part of May the party left San Francisco and went direct to Yoka hama, spending five weeks touring Japan. Then they crossed' over to China, spent 3! weeks in Singapore and 4I. weeks in Java, arriving in Fremantle nearly four months after leaving their homes. They gave many performances and had wonder ful receptions everywhere, and were able to earn sufficient money to pay all of their expenses. Mr E D Grace Advance Manager for the boys is in Bunbury, and making arrangements for the visit. They .come here direct from a three day's visit, to Pemberton Timber Mills, this trip having...
Dardanup [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
Dardanup ? V ? (From Our Correspondent) After a long spell, we have had quite a surfeit of travelling shows in Dardamip of good bad and indifferent variety. The first being (as men tioned in my last notes) a very nice little entertainment. As to the other, well I'm rather surprised that an or ganised show shonld be contented to endeavour to satisfy the public with such an exhibition, as even in a little place like this, people lobk to receive fair value for their money, my best advise to the members is to get to some useful work without further delay. . A 'very unfortunate accident hap pened on Tuesday last. Mr Plozzas' team of splendid horses were negoti ating the awkward turn at the timber yards when by some meane* the horses slewed round too sharply and one wheel failed to take the culvert with the result that the dray, loaded heavi ly with sleepers, was precipitated into the drain, the shafter suffering the full effect of the accident. This was a splendid animal valued at a hun ...
Bunbury Benevolent Society [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
Bunbury Benevolent Society The annual meeting of the Society was held at the Council Chambers on Wednesday last, when, owing to the unavoidable absence of W. L. Owen, Esq. R.M., the Rzv Canon Adams presided. The aunual report covered a period of two years, as owing to the war, no meeting was held in 1918. In these two years relief to the amount of £36 had been distributed amongst 12 applicants ; a number of enamel plates and other utensils, that had been obtained from Forrest Park, had been mostly distributed, but a few articles were still available ; 30 parcels of clothing had also been given away. As it had been consid ered advisable not to canvass for subscriptions, during war time, only £6Jio had been received in subscrip tions during the period covered by the report, and there was how a cred it in hand of- .£31/8/10. The report concluded with a high tribute to the services rendered by Kev S. W. Ed wards. Mr Pilmer and Canon Adams con gratulated the honorary secretary, Miss A Mi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 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 forADAMAX 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, fowlbouses, bee hives, etc. Send for. catalogues.
Obituary MR ROBERT FOURACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 17 September 1919
Obituary MR ROBERT FOURACRE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; In his 67th year, the late Robert Fouracre passed away at his resid ence at Waroona on Saturday last at 4 a.m. The deceased had been in very indifferent health for a consid erable time, and on several occasions it was feared that he would not re cover, but owing to a splendid con stitution, built up by the healthy, active, outdoor life he had lead, he managed to battle through. The late Mr Fouracre had extensive pro perties and leases both at Waroona and extending from there to the coast and was largely engaged in stock raising. In partnership with Mr E J Wass, he formed the well known firm of butchers, stockdealers and bacon curers, which has branches in various centres of the district. The late Mr Fouracre, although a quiet and retiring man, had a very large circle of friends which his kind ly manner and undoubted probity in all transactions had attracted to him. Three sisters, Miss Martha Fouracre and Mesda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919
Motor Car Owners Look— We can supply Dunlop Ford covers 30 x 3^ 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. 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 Day and Night. SURGICAL. MEDICAL. MATERNITY A SPECIALITY. NURSE M. BROWNE, ? Cert, and Reg. Telephone * 8. Large quantity* of ~ Frmf Cases. Apply— BUNNING BROS., Bunbury or Argyle. ? 'Upholstering, French Polishing, Expert Furniture Packing, ' Apply— VICTORIA STREET, BUN BURY (In suv-cessic n to the late H. L. Griffith)...