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PILGRIMAGES TO PALESTINE. Rome, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

PIL6fllMAgES TO PAIEST1HE. .''?? Rome, September 19. ? ' The Pope has urged Catholics to ' organise pilgrimages to Palestine 'as goon as political and economic condi tions permit. Six Cardinals will start during the present mooth and an Italian worship has been placed at their disposal

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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SALE OF WAR MATERIAL. London, September 19 [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

8AIE OF TO BTEfHH. ^^^'~ London, September T5F - An auction sale or AU3traiun mo tor cars at Salisbury Plain was highly successful, also the sale of typewriters which realised more than cost prices. Muih of the Australian clothing, at , recent auctions, was purchased for Norway, Italy, Jugo Slavia and Persia.

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A GERMAN AVIATOR'S BOAST. Paris, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

A GERMAN AVIATOR'S BQA8T. Paris, September 19. ; 'Le Petit Journal says that ; Boehm, the'Qerman aviator, is under stating a flight around the world with a .machine he claims cannot fall.

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

GomnMt Land litteiSc Revested in Crown Nelson Loca tion 26. Approval of plans for con struction of waterworks in the Bridgetown Water Area — Approved. 3rd September 1919. Cancellation of postal vote officer, Mr T C An* thony, Wellington Mills Forrest: Land open for leasing, portion of Re serve 6260 near Bridgetown for graz ing. For sale suburban cultivation Lot 74, Kirup -£io plus value of any improvements. (Bridgetown). Returned Soldier Settlement — Bridgetown Land District. Near Jardanup Loc 6661 in acres to be classified. Near Cundenup Loc 8000, 170 acre £1244 15s. Near Manjimup Loc 5972, 149 ac at 14s 6d ; 7588, 159 ac at 15s. Near Wil garup 1713, 160 ac, subject to price. Glenmore Estate, Loc 7967, 196 ac £618 ; 7968, 144 ac, £599 ; .V969, 256 ac ^2163. Cascades Estate 7971, 200 ac £570 ; 7972' 250 ac ,£663 ; 7973» 150 ac £720; 7974, 164 ac £616 ; 7975, 268 ac ^'613. Near Cundenup 8002, 264 ac J5459. Near East Brook 5108, 209 ac at 13s. Bunbury, near Uduc Wellington 3068, 15a a...

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

Stats Battery. A number of miners took advant age of the presence in Greenbushes of Mr Howe the Superintendent of Public Batteries, to meet and ex change views with him regarding the above plant. Mr H D Gibbney, who has been taking a keen interest in the matter, was asked to preside. He outlined the dimculties under which the mining community, in the vicinity of the present site, were laboring under, and appealed to those present to express unreservedly, their opinions. Mr E Fox, a miner of 17 years local experience, contended that a great loss had been sustained on the treatment of lode tin in the past, due to tne fact that the type of plant at the S.W. Gully, was obsolete and what was required was a more upto date Battery and recovery plant, which would enable a miner to form an estimate of what he might hope to recover from a ton of ore. Mr B Heil was also of opinion that the ex isting mode of treatment was too crude, and maintained that the Government should provide the latest p...

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

Aid the Kidneys DO NOT ENDANGER LIFE WHEN THERE IS A WAY TO AVOID IT. Why will people continue to suffer' the agonies of kidney complaint, backache, urinary disorders, lame ness, headaches, langour ; why allow themselves to become chronic inval ids when a tested remedy is offered them ? .Doan's Pills have been used in kidney trouble for years and have been t6sted in thousands of cases. If you have any, even one, of the symptoms of kidney disease, act now. Dropsy or Bright's .disease may set in and make neglect dangerous. Read this testimony : Mr M. Veale, Rose Street, South Bunbury, says : 'I suffered for some time with a bad attack of disordered kidneys. The secretions were affect ed, being thick and cloudy, and I was also tortured with backache. My back was so stiff and sore that it was a difficult matter for me to stobp ; in fact all my movements were hamper ed. I could not get proper rest at night and during the day I generally felt tired and worn out. A friend called my attenti...

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

Greenbyshes, — .*. — (From our Correspondent ) Road Board. — The following were present at the ordinary meeting of the Board on'the 8th inst : — Messrs J. Lindsay (chairman), A. Cowderoy, D. H. Gibbney, E. Edwards, J. May, T. Meldrum', and W. M. Phillips. The secretary (Mr E. R. Robinson) was absent through illness, and Mr Gibb ney acted in his stead. Correspond ence : It was decided to reply to the Bridketown Board that as there were no engineering difficulties to contend with, this Board did not need the ser vices of an engineer. The Depart ment of 'Works wrote stating that the notification that £'37 18s 6d had been placed to the Board's credit was sent in error, as the amount should have been credited to Geraldton. A claim for -£16 5s 6d had been ap proved and would be paid to this Board's credit. The Curator for Intestate Estates wrote that arrange ments had been made to pay the rates upon the late Mr J. Bennett's property. The foreman's report stated that the work on Padbury's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 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 v . ' , . per gallon; Mitchell's Irish Belfast (genuine 62s 6d per gallon. Swan, Emu, Castlemame 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. r ? We can supply au excellent Pott Wine, our own bottling, at ~ ' Is 9d per bottle. We have landed large stocks of Penfolds Port Wines, Clarets and Sherries, from 2s 9d to 4s 6d per bottle. The latter a Special Invalid Port. Special Pf ices for Case Lois* iiarrogiit Craiig % Igtney go* Genera! Merchants, / ' . Bra&yr?9 lirrogk, Williams ill Stfliaco. Are known throughout the South-West. Evesy Leadlsag Llee Stocked. Country Often Receive Pfompt and Skilled Attention. WJl JSJaJcj...

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

My first gives light, my second gives light, and my whole gives light? — Fire- brand.

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BALINGUP ROAD BOARD. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

BALINGUP ROAD BOARD. —To the Editor. Sir. — I notice in the 'Blackwood Times' of the 12th inst a letter headed 'Balingup Road Board' and signed 'Grazier.' 'Grazier' is knowu in the Balingup district and Ms letters only cause people who read them to smile. Readers outside the district may not be so well acquainted with this plausible egotist, and 1 may be able to enlighten them to a certain extent. He writes : 'Mephistophe- lean punishment was necessary to a beastly bounder who considered the interests of the people .before the gain of plutocratic individuals.' He has aptly named himself, but no one believes he was studying the inter ests of the people in adopting the attitude he did in reference to the throwing open for sale of two reserv ed blocks. The applicant for the blocks was a man for - whom 'Grazier' had no time, hence the opposition. Again 'Grazier' writes : 'When Balingup was surveyed the choicest site was set aside as a re serve.' Those who remember Balin gup some years b...

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Electric Lighting Plant. PROJECTED REFORMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

ElecfriG Lighting Plant. v ? PROJECTED REFORMS. After ? dealing with Repatriation matters, at the special meeting on Monday last, the Municipal Council went into a discussion upon the Elec trical Engineer's report regarding the the installation of Mechanical Stokers , and the replacing, of the present mains. The two matters had been thoroughly discussed by the Electric Light Committee, and the report showed that by introducing an Un derfeed Mechanical Stoker a saving of £250 per annum in wages, and of £5°° to ^550 in coal could be en sured. The stoker would enable the Council to dispense with the services of at least one man and being special ly designed for the consumption of slack or coal dust would reduce the cost of fuel by the '.difference between the cost of the slack and the mixed large and small coal at present in use. The price of the stoker, including erection, would be J6748 or, allowing a broad margin for contingencies say, £800. Mr Phillips then, pointed out the necessi...

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

DISTRICT AGENTS: Bukbuby-Robert Forrest; Bossblton-P. C. Oaruthebs ; Donnybrook-C. H. Woodbkook- f Briwetcwk-H. Lake Harvey — P. J. Ward. ? The Oldest Australian Office. Established lf*4.-* ? H®ad Offic® $®v WA; Forrest Chambers, Perth. chasT h. oujjlbwis, Resident Secretary.

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

Dardanup -9 (From Our Correspondent) The Welcome Home to Sergeant .M Coorian and Ptes J. O'Neill, L. Poad and G Foster which was ten dered in the Dardanup Hall on Wed nesday evening last, proved a huge success. The Hall was tastefully decorated and the floor excellent. Mr Ramage, the hon secretary, is to | be congratulated on the smooth way in which everything went off. As anticipated there was a tremendous crowd, and the dancers were some what handicapped in the smallness of the hall, this however is a matter which may be remedied in the near future. The music was provided by Mrs A Gardiner and was a pleasure to dance to, in fact nobody but a confirmed pessimist could have found anything to grumble about. The soft warm rain of Thursday morning should do a lot of good to the growing crops, as it was getting just a little dry.' I am informed that Mr Maurice Holland will be made a happy man and the proud possessor- of a little wife on Monday next (22nd inst), when he will lead to the ...

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

Commercial Report. Messrs Dalgety aud Compauy Lim ited report as follows under date the 16th September, 1919 .— Wheat. — The London market re mains steady with verv few Australian cargoes offering* Local Wheat. — Inferior wheat suitable for pig feed is scarce with a good demand. This also applies to fowl feed, best samples selling at from 4s per bushel. Chaff. — During the period under review we have to report a little firmer market, owing to operations of buyers for the Eastern States. F.A.Q. to prime samples selling at from £7 12s 6d to £7 15s, with an occa sional truck at £7 17s 6d ; average quality, £7 5s to £7 10s ; good med ium, £6 15s to £7 ; medium from £& to £6 10s ; inferior from £4 5s to £5 10s, according to quality. Shoulc the demand from the East continue, we are of opinion that values will be well maintained during the next couple of weeks. , Oats — Since last reporting, .we have to report a firmer market, good heavy feeds selling at from 4s 5d to 4s 6d, light ...

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

Upper BlaekwGoi. (From Our Correspondent.) A number of farmers and orchard ists met in Boyup Hall on Saturday, Sept 13th in response to an invitation to attend a meeting convened by the local branch of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association. Two car loads of visitors attended from Bridgetown, amoDgst whom were Messrs Cullen (president), G. A M Johnson (chairman) and C Bond (secretary) of the Nelson Dis trict Council; HE Braine C E Doust and other members of' the Bridgetown Branch. Mr Treloar, chairman of the Boyup branch, spoke in appreciation of the late organising secretary, Mr James, regretting the loss sustained by the Association, through his death. He afterwards welcomed the visitors and sked Mr Johnson to address the meeting. Mr Johnson informed the audience that the Bridgetown branch had been practically defunct, but through the interest and energy shown by Mr Bond, the present secretary, it had now become a strong branch with over 10b financial members, and if local farmers...

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

nAPBL ROAD BOARD \J ? TENDERS. Tenders will be received up to SATURDAY, 27th September, for the following works: — No I Goodwood Road, about 30 chains clearing and drainage, as per specifications from Mr Hutton. No 2 Goodwood Road, 30 chains of clearing, forming, gravelling and draining, as per specifications from Mr Hutton. - ' ' No 3, Callinup Road, about 20 chains of draining, as per specifica tions from Mr Scott. - Contractors are notified that all tenders up to £20 in amount must be accompanied by a Cash Deposit of 10 per cent. ; over that amount 5 per cent., otherwise they will not be con sidered. They must also be correctly numbered, separately enclosed, and state probable time for completion. The successful tenderer must sign, stamp and return the Board's Con tract Form within 7 days. No tender necessarily accepted. J. MURNANE, Secretary. Btfild a Power Hoose.

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Court Day at Greenbushes. Local Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

Gourt Day at 6f§eg8bush689 Local Court. Mr W. L Owen, R.M. presided!; over the above court on Tuesday, 16th inst. The only case was W. Foster v. T. Murray, claim of £4i 4s. cash lent and costs. The plaiutiff gave evidence that the amount had been owing for about four years. Judgment was entered for the amount claimed with costs. Warden's Court. A. Heil applied for a mineral lease of 10 acres on behalf of himself, L. Clayton and L, Struthers. No objec tion had been lodged. He deposed that the ground was an abandoned lease and had been forfeited for non- . payment of rent. He had complied with the regulations as to pegging out and posting the necessary notices. The application was recommended. Police Court. A foreigner named M. Farvet waa charged with not reporting himself to the police after having left Man jimup for Greenbushes. Constable Ford gave evidence. He was in structed to prosecute the defendant. No appearance on behalf of the defen dant. A fine of £10 with 19s co3ts was imp...

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

Hi iratef Red Sp@I8b The following goods were dispatched to the Base Hospital in August by the Well-wishers Sewing Circle. — 20 slings, 26 pair of socks, 7 mufflers, 5 Balaclavas, 3 shirts, 3 bags. In September by the Florence Nightingale Circle,--34 slings, 19 Flannel shirts, 66 handkerchiefs, 2 pair socks, 7 mufflers, 4 knitted vests g pyjama suits, 10 flannelette shirts. Owing to the premises, next door the Union Bank, being no longer available the monthly appeal for foodstuffs etc., has been temporarily .given up.

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PROFITABLE WHEAT GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

PROFITABLE WHEAT GROWING. The answer to the question : 'Does wheat-growing pay?' obviously de pends upon circumstances. It can not be answered so easily or so com pletely as some of our professors of mathematics on the land would have us believe. Some of these gentlemen display as much creative ability in preparing a bill of costs as any avari cious gentleman of the long robe. Given good land, good methods of ; cultivation, and a sufficient and de pendable rainfall, and wheat-growing is a royal road to affluence. The wheat growers of the Wimmera (Vic.) would certainly answer in the affirmative if asked whether they had ' found wheat growing profitable. When wheat growing first started in , the Wimmera, the average yield was about 10 bushels per acre. Now 10 bags are nearer the average of the whole district, of which Horsham is the capital. The improvement in methods of culture have been parti cularly marked during recent years, with the result that land has doubled and trebled in va...

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PACKING FRUIT IN AMERICA. Extraordinary Care Exercised. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

PACKING FRUIT IN AMERICA. Extraordinary ' Care Exercised.. The extraordinary care exercised bji^merican fruit-growers in the handling of fruit was instanced by Mr. Rundle in the course of an ad -do-oo atp uo Oz'N) a^o^g }b ssaap erative handling and marketing of fruit (reports the 'Nelson Mail'). In emphasising the importance of the matter, he said, 'that in America pickers, graders, and packers were compelled to -wear canvas gloves, to' obviate the danger of fruit skins being scratched or broken by finger nails. A sound fruit was safe from fungus decay; but when once the skin was bruised and broken, the fruit was unfit for cold storage. All picking was done into canvas-lined buckets or bags, which opened at the bottom, so that the fruit could be let gently into the cases. All waggons used for hauling fruit to the sheds were well sprung, and in subsequent operations in the sheds or cold stores, any 'rough handling was sev erely penalised. PHOSFORISED POLLARD AND BUSH FIRES. At a cor...

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