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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

WHITE ANTS Eradicated from Houses, Fruit Trees, Vines; etc., by Furniss' White Ant Eradicator. Never fails 10s. and 20a. per tin, Post Free. W. A. FURR3ISS, Manufacturer of Furniss1 Self-Locking Fencing Droppers (£5 per 1000), 51 Melbourne-road, Perth, Tel. A2631.

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 — 20 September 1919

Tie Most Gssatf&ily Situated Hotel In B&nbusf. Proprietor. Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. WMIliI^ AIM IrMsK 1 tt \ .'. & STAY AT THE 6s 0d pan5 Day. 35@ per Week.. Hot and Cold Baths. Electric Light and Lift to all Floors. Comfortable and Central, ?; The Country Visitors Horn® from Home* I FREE MOTOR GARAGE. I The Old Spot* I ' w ? ,««_,___..., ? ??,-.,, ? - ? „_, _ I 'Victoria Street, ®@a&@gy» I ' : The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bar in the South- West. I Electric Fans, Coolness and Rest. All Drinks off the Ice. I -' - ' Afeoltstdy ©sly SWAM BEER Bmwa. ; I & E. COCKS - ' - ? - Pfops-itoftv I Under ENTIRELY NEW ^k^AQE^tMTT ? -___m-n- i ,n, a ? „ I , Beautiful drives among the most Superb Scenery in W.A. I - An Ideal Spot for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above sea level. | ' ' AH looal produce used at the Hotel. I . Conv...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

PROPRIETOR - A. E. MOORE. f A Delightful Country Holiday ReBort. 3 Etsy motoring distance of Busselton and t the Caves. S Best Liquors only Stocked. / One Minute from Beach and Batha, - * Swan Beer ^JtJiS!1 : Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky / Us 6d per bottle. ' '-' S. C. AVERILL, Pfopf fetor.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football, ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

football, ?.?.??. ? : ? » ' ASSOCIATION MEETING. ; The ordinary meeting of the Asso ciation was held at the Wellington Hotel on Wednesday evening, when the following were present: Messrs A F Spencer, president, E E Cocks, vice-president. Elliott. Williams, finv Brodie, Busweil, Fattorini and Par ham, hon secretary. The secretary stated that the col lections received since last meeting were, Forrest Park, ,£2/12/6, Bby anup, £i/iyjS. The report was re ceived and the umpires fees passed for payment. The semi-final contests were ar ranged as follows : Sept 20— Bunbury v Boyanup, Rec reation Ground. Sept 21 — South Bunbury v Railway, iForrest Park. It had been the intention of the Association to play the final match at Forrest Park on Sunday 28th inst, but owing to the fact that the Amer ican Boys have arranged to give a .band concert, in aid of the Nursing Association on that date, it was de cided to postpone the match until the following Sunday, October 5th. A motion by Mr J Williams,...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Peace Loan. BE A VOLUNTARY SUBSCRIBER. DO NOT AWAIT COMPULSION [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

The Paaoi Loan, BE A VOLUNTARY SUBSCRIBER. DO NOT AWAIT COMPULSION As was very clearly indicated in telegramsreceived recently from the Eastern States, unless the Australian public makes a more sustained at tempt to keep its bargain made with its defenders over and over again irom nve years ago till the the de claration of the Armistice, compulsion to subscribe to the Peace Loan must come. None should turn a deaf ear to the claim for support the Loan has ; it has everything to commend it to Australia. The men who fought for berjn Gallipoli, France and Palestine, and who survived, are practically all back home. Many of them will re quire to be started afresh in life. That is the principal purpose for which the Loan is being raised; the other purpose being to liquidate what may be termed the last capital ex penditure of the war. Even at the cost of the utmost sacrifice to all Australians they must be given an opportunity .of restablishing them selves in civil life. They have pre serve...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A VOICE CRYING IN THE WILDERNESS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

A VOICE CRYING IN THE WILDERNESS. . To the Editor. Sir, — I should be glad if you would inform me approximately what it costs to get to Russia. I want to go and live there. I am sure, in spite of the fearsome stories you hear, it cannot be a worse country than Australia to live in. My revolt is caused by Officialdom. Look at the life an ordinary citizen has to lead here. I'm not a wealthy man, but this is the kind of thing I am called upon to do in the way of clerical! work for the Government : — Self : — W.A. Income Tax, W.A. Land Tax, Federal Income Tax. Wife : — Feder-. jal Income Tax, Federal Land Tax, N.S.W. Income Tax. In addition, there are Road Board rates, etc., but the clerical work is done for you here, and the assessment notices explain themselves. Not so, the State and Federal returns, This is what happens: — You spend many hourB working out your income (or what small DiocKS 01 iana your owh, us tu« case may be) and finally, rather pleased with yourself, you send in a t...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

Gorrespotifienee, 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.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bunbury Benefit, Building Loan, and Investment Society (Permanent) [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

BuofHjrjf Benefit, Building Loan, and Investment Soeiaty (Permanent) ? *- The 37th annual meeting of share holders was held at the registered offices, Stephen-si, on Thursday even ing, when there was a representative attendance. The reports and balance sheet were adopted. The former read as follows :— '? In presenting the 37 th annual report and balance sheet of the Soc iety, your directors have again to express their pleasure at the result of the year's business- The year just finished has been a momentous one in history, for during that period, peace has been declared on probably the greatest war that has ever been waged by humanity and, with war has come the . inevitable train of distress and unrest and we in Bunbury of course expect our share. The lack of ship ping and the cessation, to a great extent, of work on the timber mills has affected Bunbury very seriously. When peace was declared we all looked forward to a general revival both in shipping and' commerce, un fortunately ...

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 — 20 September 1919

New shoes or boots should not be worn for long together when first put on, especially in hot weather, for they will draw the feet. It is also a good plan to wear them in the house once or twice before walking out in them.

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 — 20 September 1919

darkens Stores. — ? The following goods are now in stock, tapioca, split peas, Leslie's Salt, Arnott's Biscuits, Ground Rice, Pearl Barley, Robin son's Groats and Sanoper Soap. A line of Methylated Spirits, at Is 6d per botfle, is also available. Eye' Trouble.— Red hair is admired by most people, but red eyelids canr not be regarded as an asset as they generally mean weak eyes. The As sociated Opticians Co Baird's Arcade Perth, freely advises anyone, who has eyesight troubles. In the palace halls of every land, : In each music lover's mart, In. each orchestra and bandstand, Aud each atelier of art. There's one fixed and firm conviction And it's justified be sure, That for cough or cold no equal's sold To Wood's Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A SEVEN YEAR HERD TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

A SEVEN YEAR HERD TEST. The Tweed-Richmond Herd-Testhig Council has just concluded seven years testing under Government direction. Twenty two herds comprising 1137 cows were tested during the year ending February 28, 1918. The records show that the average production ranged from 192 lbs of commercial butter to 298 lbs. The total number of cows tested was 12S3, and the average yield of the whole number was 233* lbs as compared with 256 lbs for the two pre ceding years. Last year's results are considered very good considering the extreme dryness of the year.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

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Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Items of Interest Medical "Boarding" of Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

[?] Medical 'Boarding' of Soldiers. 'The military man doing the rou tine base job- can be more amazingly imbecile and more odiously callous to the sufferings of others than any other sort of civil servant,' explodes an Eastern contemporary apropos of the ordeal undergone bv the return ed soldier during the routine of medical inspection and formal dis charge before he is set at liberty, and it asserts that 'there is nothing of this routine that could not be more smoothly and efficiently carried out on board the troopship.' * * * Civil Service and the Government. The action of the present Govern ment in regard to the redress of grievances in the Civil Service is commended by the 'Civil Service Journal,' which says that the proof given of the Government's desire to deal justly by the service 'will be un reservedly accepted by all who are not malcontents by temperament or blinded by political prejudice.' * * * Australian Women Have No Brains. The House of Lords has passed the third read...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. MR JOHN LOWRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

Obituary, » i» — MR JOHN LOWRIB. It has been our unfortunate task lately to record the deaths of a number of residents of the district who had passed by many years the three score and ten allotted by the psalmist. Mr John, Lowrie, has passed away at his residence, Fergu son, in. his 94th year. He was a native of Scotland and came to this State about 30 years. ' He res ided in Bunbury for many years with his daughter Lady Newton Moore and on her departure for Eng land made his home in the Ferguson district.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

I Coming Season 1 H SHIP THROUGH US IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST RE- || H TURNS. AS ALL SHIPMENTS TO THE UNITED KING- g H DOM SUPERVISED BY OUR LONDON OFFICE. M H NOW BEING RECEIVED. DO NOT HESITATE TO H H BOOK WITH US IMMEDIATELY. M H Head Office : M I VIKING HOUSE, PERTH. 1 H South-West Representative: i 1 F. H. CH5DGZEY, BRIDGETOWN. 1 ft£-* ADAMS' ASPHALTUI ROOFING is much cheaper than Galvan ^BBg55K&§£3§j ^^^?*'-v. **£ ^^ first cost and. in freight ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ADAMAX ROOFING is not j^l^^'^r^^^fe^J^^^^^^^^^ gases, or exposure, -and will r'fTjijfv ^^k^^^^^W-^^^^^^^^ many degrees cooler than iron. '?^^^^^T^u^^^^^^^ W'A' Government used 1,000 used for covering Imperial Wool Store, Fremantle. WILLIAM ADASVIS & CO. UNITED 83-35 KING STREET, PERTH. Local Agents carrying Stocks: — Naxxogin Trading & Agency Co., H. Lake, Bridgetown. Bunbury. -..? Cowderoy, Greeribushes. F. Smith, Donnybrook. Harness the Cheap Power of the Wind Talk about utilizing our natural re so...

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ARTHUR BARTLETT [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

ARTHUR BARTLETT Deep, sympathy will be extend ed to Mr and Mrs E Bartlett on the loss of their little son Arthur, who died at their residence, White Road, on Wednesday last. The illness was very sudden and although medical aid was immediately obtained and, acting on the advice of the doctor, the little sufferer was conveyed to the hospital he passed away within a few hours. The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon at the Metho dist New Cemetery, when the Rev R. Hocking read the burial service. Two daughters survive their brother.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Potato pyramids are made thus: — To 1* lbs. mashed potatoes, beat in 2 tablespoonfuls flour, 2 ta'blespoonfuls finely chopped cooked onions, 2 table spoonfuls grated cheese; add salt and pepper to taste, and if liked, a little curry powder. Shape into py ramids on a greased tin or a fireproof dish and bake until nicely browned (about I hour). A variation of this may be made by using fib. mashed potatoes and Jib. mashed and sliced cooked carrot instead of li lbs. of mashed potatoes. * ' * * The best way to get the dye or col our that has run out of any article is to' plunge it at once in clean boiling water (on no account put soda or soap near it). If it is an article that will boil, let it boil hard until you you think the stain has quite gone; but supposing it is a white silk blouse nr anvthiner flannel, then onlv out the part that is stained into a basin of boiling water, and as soon as it be gins to get cool, add fresh hot water. The above method will remove any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

. .??? * '''''?? \. ?' ' of ? ' . ??:. .- ' - -^ and ? '-??;. : ,'-?. ? '? ?? in ? .'?,.'? ? ? ? ? * A^i Colours. ?'? : .v' T,m ??-..? ??:? '?; ? , ? ~ ' ' ' - .'.???'-''?' :'v: -./- ? ' , Dpi* Vsiffvl Phone l^Eo f Victoria, Strung Buiibyry^

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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THE WORLD'S WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

THE WORLD'S WOOL. ; In a comprehensive review of the British Empire's trade in wool, in its relation to the wool trade of the world, the April number' of the Bulle tin of the Imperial Institute (Lon don) says that the total amount of wool produced is estimated at about 3,000,000,0001b., of which almost two fifths is contributed by ^British coun tries, Australia alone producing near ly one-fifth. Of the 460,000,0001b. of imported wool used in the United Kingdom before the war, more than three-quarters came from British sources. Nevertheless, Germany ac tually was using more Australian and South African wool than was Great Britain. But whereas the to tal consumption of wool in Germany was greater the wool was chiefly of the inferior kinds. During the three years before the war Great Britain was exporting woollen manufactures of the average annual value of £27, 000,000. Since then the growth of the industry has been remarkable. The average annual value of the exports of woollen manufac...

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