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MILKING GOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

MILKING GOATS. According to the New Zealand Journal of Agriculture the keeping of goats for milking purposes re ceives far less attention than it de serves. Wherever there is waste land eoats can be kept profitably. The Journal says: — 'Goats, as a means for supplying the home with a pure wholesome milk have, indeed, been woefully neglected in this country, especially when we see what beneficial ad vances have been made in that re spect all over the world. This apathy is probably largely due to the fact that animals of good milking-strains have not been imported. The best milkers are found in the Toggenburg Swis.j and the Anglo-Nubian breeds and their crosses. It is not unusual for these animals to reach a yield of three or four quarts a day. Goats, it may be mentioned, follow closely upon the lines of sheep in breeding and mating.' It is certainly true that there should be a good opening for a goat dairy. It does not cost much to keep a herd of goats. It is popu larly supposed that...

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

Stephen Street, Bunbury. The « PRINCE ' is the Most Thorough and Up-to-date House in the Metropolis of the South- West. ' Kailway Hotel, Boyanup* On the main Bunbury and Busselton-Bridgetown Roads; You might get as good elsewhere but you can't get better Refreshments and Liquors than sup plied at the above. Afternoon Teas a Specialty. ^ ' Benzine and.Oils for Motorists. ? ARTHUR CLARKE (late A.I.F.) Liceasee. ? ' «F j Greenbushes* OpPos,te Railway Station. Undep New Management. STANDARD BRANDS OF LIQUORS ONLY STOCKED. GEORGE SHOOTER, Pfopftetoc. - a-*.;,.! «»^.iC.HarvesL Weir and Milea of Orange Groves. ««?Sn!?8 To 16 BeJrooms Spacious Dining Room, Parlors, Music and Billiard Rooms, Hot and Cold Baths, Motor Shed Stabling, and all the most up-to-date Conveniences. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to Telephone No. 34. Under the Personal Supervision of the Proprietress : MRS. E. HURLEY, - ? Late of York and Yarfoop. BRUNSWICK HOTEL. Excellent Accommodation for Visitors Motorist...

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Water Divination. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

Water Divination. The New South Wales Govern ment has an official water diviner. The Lands Department diviners have located about 1,300 sites where water is likely to be found. It would be of interest to be kept posted as to the success of these water locating experiments. A Melbourne man is also in the field with a proposal to produce precipitation of rain by dis tributing sea salt and soda over and above 'the heavy rain-laden vaporous cloud masses that move across Aus tralia in the summer time and during droughts.' Dr. Gellatly, Director of the Science and Industry Institute, has shown a great interest in the matter and intends to place it before the executive. The inference to be drawn from these facts seems to be that the Commonwealth has money to burn.

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ELEPHANT TRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

ELEPHANT TRACTION. Mr. Frank Nixon, F.A.I.S., a pro minent 9 member of the Brisbane Timber Merchants' Association, con tributed to a recent number of the 'Australian Forestry Journal' sug gesting that elephants might be used with advantage as beasts of draught in the Queensland logging trade in stead of horses or bullocks. Accord ing to information received a good dragging elephant is worth from £250 to £450. The natural food of the animal is bamboo leaves, but good hay of any kind suits them well. Single elephants will drag logs up to two tons in weight. In view of the high price and the cost of feeding — an elephant finds no trouble in disposing of 100 lbs. of hay per day it seems doubtful whether elephant power is likely to supersede horse power. A team of six good horses can be bought for the price of one average elephant, and one elephant will eat nearly as much as three horses.

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Golf Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

Golf Notes. By ' Mashie.' The match played by our Associ ates at Bridgetown last week against the local ladies resulted in an easy win for the Bunbury representatives. This was not unexpected as' without boasting we can confidently say that our first four players are a good match for any other four ladies in the state. We do riot say they would win, but they would certainly not disgrace themsel ves. The result of the singles was as follows : Miss Steere 5 and 4 v. Mrs Sparkes; Miss M Johnston 5 and. 4 v. Miss B Warburton ; Miss D Johnston 1 up v. MrsTJrquhart ; Mrs St Barbe More 6 and 5 v. Miss Stan ley ; Miss A Mitchell 3 and 2 v. Mrs Lonegran ; Mrs E Rose 2 up v. Miss M Wheatley. The pairs resulted : Miss Steere and Mrs E Rose, 6 and 5 v. Mrs Sparks and Miss M Wheatley ; Miss M Johnston and Miss A Mitchell 3 and 2 v. Miss B Warburton and Mrs Lonergan; Miss D Johnston and Mrs St Barbe More v. Miss Stanley and Mrs Urqubart 3 and 1. Bunbury 8, Bridgetown 1. Our Associates were billet...

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

Dioeese ©f Bunbury. — ? — The following is the order of busi ness for the Seventh Synod which opens at the Bedford Hall on Mon day, 22nd September, at 4 p.m. 1. Motion for the election of one Clerical and one Lay Secretary. 2. Report of Elections. 3. Reports of Committees. 4. Presentation of Petitions. 5. Notice of Motions and Ques tions. ?'.?-' pV The President fixes a day tor the following Elections: — (a) Three Clerical and three Laymen to be members of the Diocesan Council, (b) Diocesan Treasurer, (c) Dio cesan Registrar, (d) Diocesan Aud itors, (e) One Clergyman and one Layman to be* members of the Cor responding Committee of the Austra lian Board of Missions. CO Four Clergymen and four Laymen to be members of the Diocesan Board of Education, (g) Six Clergymen and and six Laymen (being members of Synod) to be -the Panel of Triers, (h) Church Advocate. (i) Two laymen to he members of the Cathed ral Council, (j) Two Diocesan No minators, (k) Six Clergyman and twelve Laymen as mem...

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CLOSING DAYS OF SPECIAL OFFER TO "Herald" Readers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

CLOSING DAYS OP SPECIAL OFFER TO 'Herald09 Readers. On page 71 of this issue Messrs Saunders & Stuart, Ltd., of King street, Perth, offer readers of the 'Bunbavy Herald and Blackwood Express' special prices for their Vertical Eharme. Seven davs from to-day it will be too late to obtain these special terras. Do not miss this oppoi^tunity. The name of Saunders & Stuart, Ltd. is a ; guar antee that the offer is genuine and ho catch-penny one. Hundreds of purchasers were once in -your frame of mind. They did not know what such an engine could do for them. They enquired doubtirgly, bough.!, hopefully, and now watch it work for them exultantly. They would not be without it for worlds. - Remember, it starts in three seconds with ben zine, and works on kerosene. An enquiry will cost you nothing. It will enable you to ascertain fully what is claimed for the Vertical Engine, and the special price granted to 'Herald' readers, BUT do it now. In seven days time it will be too lat...

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MOTOR GAR SUPPLANTS WAR HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

MOTOR CAR SUPPLANTS WAR HORSE. Formerly, when the head of a nation wished to honour the military chief of another country, it was usual to make a gift of a war horse or of some valuable weapon. ? The King of Italy has set the example in a new direction by making a present of a luxurious Fiat motor car to Saied el R^ria th* -.cU-laf . *e *u« c ? : Mission, on his return to Africa. On going aboard the steamer Tobruk at Naples, the Chief of the Mission found the motor car awaiting him as a personal gift from the King oi Italy. The up-to-date choice meets with general - approval. At the same time this incident is hailed with satisfaction for it puts an end to the guerilla warfare which has been going on in Libia for the last seven years, thanks to the intrigue of Germany and the help of Turkey: .During the war the. Italian- army of occupa tion was withdrawn to the coast, in order to economise |°^, Now thati ^sa^is,^^^^^^ |!aa^ ? .„

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

| ^n STARTS in THEEE | k H| SECONDS WITH I t W ; BENZINE & WORKS | | ON KEROSENE. | -- /if A\ll^-7 jTSv\ U Is Better Value th&n any 1* -£ I If I V / // XvyYAW \\ other Vertical Engine that ^ ? ^OL ^^N«w ^-j&r^ are fitted with Special Car- i^ # Vertical Engines are o9 rugged design, well V finished off, pump feed to carburettor, ftigh-ten- ( . sion magneto ignition, automatic air valve, ex- o cellent cylinder cooling arrangements, no ^ joints, automatic governing that . 7 CUTS DOWN FUEL COSTS. V SPECIAL PRICES to Readers of 'THE i BUNBURY HERALD '? for seven days only. 1- \ Send us you r Enquiry. Be sure and mention 'The i I % Bunbury Herald.' 4 \ ' - i - . SOLE PROPRIETORS— £ I ENGINEERS 8b MACHINERY MERCHANTS - KING ST., PERTH. J

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To-Morrow's Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

To-Morrsw's Church Semaas. ' Methodist Church— 10 a.m., 'A Message from the Flowers'; 2.30 p.m., Sabbatb School ; 7 20 p.m , Special Choral Flower Service. Preacher, Rev R. Hocking. Water loo— 3 p.m. Agricultural Hall. Preacher, Mr Wm. Bnttain. |

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WORLD'S SPEED RECORDS. De Palma's Great Feat. An Orgy of Record Smashing. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

WORLD'S SPEED RECORDS. Do Palma's Great Feat. An Orgy of Record Smashing. The American mail brings details of the marvellous ?speed performance of De Palma at Daytona Beach, Florida, U.S.A., on February 12, 1919. Driving a Packard Special Twin Six, equipped with Goodyear Cord Tyres, De Palma accomplished the remarkable feat of making 10 new world's records. He attained the maximum speed of 150 miles an hour. It was a perfectly clear day. Little wind was blowing. Climatic conditions were excellent. During the first fifteen of his twenty-mile trip, De Palma glided smoothly . over the firm track. The last five miles of the course were more hazardous. The beach was slightly winding, with undulations caused by the recent winds. Patches of dry sand, a fast rising tide, and a troublesome network Ralph De Palma, the Champion Record Smasher, and the car he used at Daytona Beach. In putting up a record of 150 miles an hour, De Palma has set Australian speed kings a tough task. * of lagoons ma...

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INFLUENZA. Perth, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

INFLUENZA. ? .ft Perth, September 19. Thirty-nina fresh cases and one .death were reported to-day. ^~~'BuBselton reports that one case has been diagnosed, the patient being a lad just returned from Perth. Thrre are now 20 cases in the Bun bury Isolation Hospital, of which four are considered serious. The Bishop elcot of Kalgoorlie, although not out of danger, is showing slightly favor able progress. The matron is very thankful to Mrs R. Hendeison for her gifts to the patients.

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FLYING MOTOR CYCLE. A Remarkable Invention. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

? FLYING MOTOR CYCLE; . A Remarkable Invention. ; I.t is reported that a Swiss inventor has designed a .flying motor cycle that gives promise of greater things td follow; - Mr. Duplan, the inventor, has demonstrated thejcapabilities of his machine by actually flying a distance of one mile at a height of about 15 feet. The trial took place in the vicinity of Geneva in the presence of a few privileged persons. The machine ran along the ground for' a distance of 30 yards, and then gracefully took to the. air. According to the inventor a greater triumph ? could have been accomplished, but inasmuch as the pilot (Weber), chief of the School of Aviation at Lausanne, who had been engaged to fly the machine, 'was unable to be present, it was deemed advisable to avoid unneces sary risks. But the fact remains that a flying motor cycle has been designed and has successfully performed the preliminary tests. ' The construction of the machine dates back to May' 25, 1918. In September of that year ...

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THE ASSOCIATED FRUIT-GROWERS' REPORT. (By Wire.) Kalgoorlie, Friday, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

THE ASSOCIATE!! FRUIT GROWERS' REPORT. (By Wire,) Kalgoorlie, Friday, September 20. The Associated Fruitgrowers, Ltd, report as follows : — Large supplies of citrus to hand and with a cold change, values were much lower than past weeks securings. Apple supplies were moderate and good quality lines are in demand, r air supplies or vegetables and good values were obtained Poulry was short supplied and in good request and eggs are still short supplied. Details: — '? Apples, dumps, Yatea to 22s 6& ; Homes, best 19s, others 12s to 16s ;/ Granny Smiths to 20s : Pioneers 18s to 19s 6d ; Rokewoods, best to 16s, inferior to 11s ; Navels, dumps 10s to 14a, inferior 9s, flats 7s to 10s 6d; Oranges 4s 6d to 7s 6d ; Lemons to 8s ; Tomatoes 14s 6d to 21s ; Passion Fruit, quarter cases 14s; Potatoes, new dug 28s, country 22s to 24s ; Swedes 7s to 9s; Peas5dto6£d; French Beans 9d to 9£d ; Cabbage to 16s; Cauliflowers 14s; Pumpkin to 20s ; Rhubarb 6d quarter ; Turkey Gobblers, best to 40s, m...

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

ONIONS. Mr. J. L. Heaver has grown onions on a field in the Moorak estate (S.A.), since 1916, and has obtained an aver age of 14 tons per acre during that period. His 1919 crop yielded him 19 tons. per acre, which is probably a re cord crop from the South-East. The crops depended solely upon natural rainfall.

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AN EXCELLENT MONOPOLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

AN EXCELLENT MONOPOLY. Giving evidence before the British Coal Commission in London, the Duke of Northumberland, who owns about 24,000 acres of coal mining property, said he would claim all the mineral under the surface of his land, even if science found , means of mining to a depth 20,000 feet. He expressed the opinion that it. was an excellent thing that such. large monoplies of natural wealth sources should exist. So it is — for the Duke of Northumberland-— and_ others like him. But that is beginning to be an uneasy feeling that the people who allow themselves to be bled for all time by monopolists of natural wealth-sources who give nothing, and have never given any thing in return for their monstrous pri viliges are little better than imbeciles. And when that feeling hardenB into absolute conviction it will be a cold day for the Duke of Northumberland— and others like him.

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FRANCE AND POLAND. Paris, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

FRANCE AND POUND. ; . '. ' — — — « ? - - Paris. Sanfcember 19. * - ' Le Petit Journal ' says that the France-Poland agreement has been 1 signed. France will employ one hun red thousand Poles for re-construction. . work in the devastated regions of France. ;

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The Bunbury Herald THE BALKAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

IThe Bunbury Herald [?] THE BUM STATES. ?ty '??? - According to the Bulgarian Peacs Treaty the southern boundary follows the line of the Rhodope mountains, but an economic outlet to the Aegean Sea is secured under the protection of the League of Nations. The Rou manian frontier remains as defined in the Bucharest; treaty of 1913. Serbia secures some Bulgarian territory in the Strummitza region. ^ The Allies have annulled, in favor of Bulgaria, her debt of two and a half milliards of francs which Germany relinquished to the Allies under the Versailles treaty.

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

ARTHUR NORTH, House, Land, Insurance, and General Commission Agent, AUCTIONEER and SWORN VALUATOR, Near Railway Station, Bunbury. LOOK HERE FOR BARGAINS. FOR SALE : Nice 4 room w.b. House, brick nogged, Stone-st, £275. Deposit £20 balance 15s ; no interest Nice 5 room brick House near V Corner, cheap, one acre land. Only 15s per week, no interest. Price — ^?550. Three roomed House, Moore-st, £275. Only 10s weekly. No depos it, no interest. Two nice allotments on time pay ment. Nice 6 roomed brick House, tubs, copper, outbuildings, electric light. £900. Terms : £400 deposit, balance remain on mortgage. Stirling-st. ' This is the chance for Thrifty Pur chasers. Now is. your time. Enquire early and secure a bargain. 5Tou cannot build at the prices. The result of a Street Accidoat, caused Mr. A. WALSH, oS Willoughby, to take Mr. WALSH has been conaeetad with the publishing department of the ' ' Sydney Morainn Herald,' Sydney, for over 40 years, rie speaks thus of this Great Medicine ; —...

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STEEL WORKERS STRIKE. Vancouver, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

STEEL WORKERS STRIKE. -_??.. . . . ? o ? Vancouver, September 19. A message from New York says .'that a strike of the employers of the United States , Steel Trust has : been called owing tothe Trusts refus al to recognise the Unions. A sym ? pathetic strike on the Great Lakes' steamers is impending.

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