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

VaHoop, (From our Correspondent.) At length the returned soldiers have been galvanised into forming a local branch of the R.S.A. Unity is strength ; none should know this bet ter than our returned heroes. But it is only when occasion arises that the truth of the proverb is rnade manifest. Messrs Marshall and Fisk, we un derstand, are responsible for the birth of'the association. fgMiss West, who during her brief visit to the place, gave us a brief dis play of the very latest in ball room dancing has returned to the city. A letter from Mr Teede, Quondam, postmaster of ibis place to one of his friends, announces that the Yarloop fancy costumes loaned him secured first prizs against all comers up Goo malling way. ; It is rumoured that Mr Driver, the returned soldier's friend, is to leave us. The new manager has arrived. We welcome the' new arrival, whilst at the same time we regret the de parture of our old and trusted friend. Tasmania we learn is to gam by our loss. The concert held h...

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

.£25,000,000 is now required to meet Australian war coats and repatriation expenditure. ?The Governmeut hopes to secure this sum by voluntary subsorip . ' fcions, and makes earnest appeal to' the public spirit of Australian citizens. If the loan be'tiot fully subscribed, it will bo necessary to impose i compulsion. In that event, those who hold no stock or. bonds of 'War or Peace loans will be the first called upon for subscriptions. _ They will, of course, be penalised, and will also be required to subscribe. Subscribe voluntarily Go to any Bank or Post Office for full particulars of the Peace Loan. Any Bank will help you to subscribe, and will charge only 4 per cent for money lent you for that purpo3.-. The Peace Loan Bonds yield 2\ per cent. Commonwealth Treasury, W. A. WATT, ' ? ? ? i August, 1919. - Treasurer. ? .;? \ Feeding Whole Grain is Wasteful. 901b. of ground grain will give the same quantity of milk and give the same fattening and working results as 100 lbs. of whole gr...

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South-West District Vermin Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

South-West District Vermin ? Board. — — »? Our Bridgetown correspondent writeH, at the request of the Board, as follows : — The Board was formed in July 1918, and came into being originally to deal with the dingo pest, which had become ? such a menace to the sheep farmer, that drastic action was found necessary to combat it. The Board controls a very large area and embraces ten Road Board districts namely Warren, Greenbushes, Bridge town, Upper ' Blackwood, Preston, Augusta, Sussex,, Lower Blackwood, Capel and Balingup. Unlike Road Boards it's expenditure cannot be curtailed, and may exceed its revenue during the year and thus necessitate an increased rate for the ensuing year to make good the deficiency. The question of rating therefore, was a matter of some concern to the mem bers, eventually a rate of 6d per 100 acres was decided npon, but the pay ments for scalps so exceeded antici pations, that it waB found necessary to amend the rate, (for whioh pro vision was made in the new ...

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Income Tax Paid WHILE YOU WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

Inoooie Tan Paid _ — » WHILE YOU WAIT. The N.3.W. Government has issued a circular to taxpayers which reads as follows : — 'Notice is hereby given to tax payers that Income Tax Stamps of the following denomination, viz.,| 2/6, Kl. 10/ and £1. are now available. and are on sale at the State Treas ury, the office of the State: Oomrhiss er of Taxation, the Head Offide of of the Government Savings Bank, Moore Street, and at the Oxford Street and Haymarket Branches of that Bank, The purpose for which these Stamps are issued is to pejrmit taxpayers, by purchasing them throughout the year, to anticipate the amount - of their tax, so f that when the assessment notice is isjsued all a taxpayer has to do is to forward the stamps to the Department, where they will be accepted at their face value in liquidation of the tax'. This seems a splendid way of pay ing one's tax in easy instalriients instead of in One lump sum. j We recommend the idea to the State Commissioner of Taxation. From the Gove...

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

Urgent! The Present Scare — The Commissioner for Public Health (Dr Atkinson), with the experiences of all the other States behind him, has drawn up a set of prescript ions, for the use of persons in their own homes, where the attendance of a medical man cannot be immediate ly secured, or pending the arrival of medical aid. Three of the formulas are for internal administration to suit the varying forms of Pneumonic In fluenza, and the fourth is a prevent ative or germicidal fluid for douching the nose and throat. All. these can be obtained from Thomas and Coy, chemists of this town, at the price of 2/6 her bottle, or 10/- for the set While it would be wise for all to provide for an emergency it is parti cularly desirable for heads of house holds living even a short distance from town to have a supply of these preparations on hand. Prompt at tention will be given to communi cations addressed to THOMAS & CO, Chemists, Victoria-st, Bunbury The ' Bunbury Herald' is the only ocal ...

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

Rowing Revival. ? s- In connection with the effort bping made to revive rowing as a sport in Bunbury. it is very pleasing to note that: all sections of the community are out to 'do their bit.' Immediately on it becoming known that a music il carnival was being arranged to raise funds to purchase boats, the various committees and sports clubs expressed their intentions to assist to make the entertainment a big success. The Mayor and Councillors led oS and were followed in rapid succession by the Traders' -Association, R;S.A., Championship Band Contest Commit tee, Swimming Club, Bunbury Foot ball Club,. Golf Club, Tennis Club, South Bunbury Football Club, Railway Football Club, Race Club, A.L.F., Railway and Tramways Association, Bowling Club, Yacht Club and the Young Men's Pastime Club. The program for the carnival contains tne names of all the best talent in Bunbury, and anyone who desires to see a really good show and at the same time help to re-establish a clean sport for our youn...

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SALTBUSHES AS FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

SALTBUSHES AS FODDER; Mr. F. Turner, F.L.S., a recognised authority on the Australian salt bushes, wrote recently upon their virtues ,as follows : — 'In comparison with other forage ' plants, salt-bushes are richer than barley, maize, oats, or sorghum fod der, weight for weight, and are near ly equal to lucerne and the best meadow hay. Their nutritive ratio is one to four, proving that they are a rich food, as they contain one part of flesh-forming substances to four oi heat-giving, materials, and thus furnish a well-balanced ration for fattening pasture animals. Salt bushes, in addition to being valuable as feed for stock, are the most im portant indigenous vegetation to plant as fire-breaks for the protec tion of forests, homesteads, and crops. Several years ago I noted that where a fair percentage of salt bush grew in the pastures on the , draughty inlands,, grass fires were not nea'rly as disastrous as they were on country where the salt-bush had beeiu eaten out. ' Moreover, the...

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The Abolition of Walking. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

The Abolition of Walking. ' A well-known motor M.P., in England has intimated his intention of introducing two important new bills shortly. One will be a bill for 'The Eestriction of Walking,' the intention of which is to induce people to give up the practice of walking in favour of motoring, and to devote the time and energy thus saved to the production of wealth The other bill is to make the purchase of the motor car com pulsory upon all who have a bank balance that will with stand the strain. The object of this bill, of course, is also, in the main, to, bring about greater prosperity of the Empire by eliminating the calamitous waste of time and ener gy involved in pedestrian locomotion. In Australia, no doubt, if Britain sets the lead in ? this direction, a wise govern ment will assist every worker to purchase a car in order to enable him to do his bit more easily. Members of the bourgeoisie, of course, will have to walker bring their own cars. ' , * ? * * GOOD FOR GOOD YEARS. Re...

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The Conquest of the Air. Its Past, Present and Future. (Continued from last Saturday.) WHAT ARE THE AEROPLANE'S LIMITS? A Catechism in Aerial Achievements. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

The Conquest of the Ait* Its Past, Present and Future. (Continued from last Saturday.) WHAT ARE THE AEROPLANE'S LIMITS? A Catechism in Aerial Achievements. Mr. Arthur Mee, whose article on the flying machine is quoted elsewhere, places no limit on the possibilities of the aeroplane. He says that nothing the human imagina tion can conjure up is too wonderful for accomplishment.. But he admits the limitations of the aeroplane of td-; day, and summarises them in the following catechism:— What is an aeroplane's life in miles? It varies considerably owing to varying conditions of flight, but perhaps fifteen or twenty thousand miles may be taken as an average. ' -K What are its most vulnerable points? The petrol-tank, the engine, the propeller, and the ? bracing wires. What does an aeroplane weigh? The smallest aeroplane weighs six or eight cwt.; the largest eight tons. , How long does it take to make an aeroplane? s-- As a rule, about 4000 man-hours. That is to say, 100 men would take 40...

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

IN MEMORIAM.     OLDHAM — In loving memory of our dear daddie, Private William Oldham, of Australind, who was killed in action somewhere in France, on September 20, 1917. God has taken our soldier daddie To that better world on high ; And will meet our soldier daddie In the sweet, sweet bye and bye. —Inserted by his loving children Willie, Reggie, Ivy and Ray. OLDHAM. — In loving memory of my dear son, Private William Oldham, of Australind, who was , killed in action somewhere in France on September 20th, 1917. Tou fought for your native land, As your father did before ; Your body is lying in France, -You are sleeping on a foreign shore. — Inserted by his mother. OLDHAM.— In loving memory of my dear brother. Private Wil-   liam Oldham, of Australind, who   was killed in action somewhere in France on September 20th, 1917. _ Inserted by his sister Nellie. FUNERAL NOTICE. STOKES. — The friends of Mr Thomas Stokes are respectfully in v...

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

SoGtal and Personal. ..? — -& — Mrs Jack Buswell accompanied fey her daughter, Mrs Comb is spending ft month at Northam. . | Mr E. J. Wass, who is returning per s.s. Hypfels from South Africa, has sent the following wireless mess age, which was received here on Wednesday last "Mid-ocean, well,   Wass." Coporal Earnest Collins, who en listed ' at Grreenbushes nearly . five years ago is returning by s.s. Cera mic. Mrs Collins who resides at Wittenoom-st, has gone down to meet her husband and will visit Balingup and Greenbushes with him. One of the prettiest weddings wit nessed in Collie for a considerable time was that of Mr Henry May, second son of the late Mr and Mrs May of Kent, England, and Eliza beth Lyle, eldest daughters of Mr A. A Wilson, member for the Collie electorate, and Mrs Wilson, of Coombe Street, Collie. The cerem ony was performed by the Rev F. S. Pinch in the Methodist Church. The bride wore a lovely gown of ivory georgette and silk, embroidered...

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Obituary. THE LATE ROBERT FOURACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 20 September 1919

Obituary. ! THE LATE' ROBERT FOURACRE. A Pinjarrah correspondent has kindly sent us the following. — . A very old identity of the Waroona district in the person of the late Mr Robert Fouracre, of the well-known butchering firm of Fouracre and Wass, of Bunbury, passed away at his residence, Waroona, on Saturday last, 15th inst. The deceased gentl man had been ailing for some time and the end was not unexpected. The deceased, who was a native of W.A. was born at Waroona, and had reached the age of 66 years at the time of his death. The news of his death cast quite a gloom over the district, but especially in Waroona, where be spent so much of his life. His father, the late Mr John Four acre, came out to this State with the late Sir Frederick Weld when the latter gentleman was appointed Gov ernor of the colony, and after a time took up land at Drakesbrook (War oona) on the old Bunbury Road at a spot known as' Peppermint Grove,' when the road went through Mandu rah (the old coast road f...

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

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Bunbury Water Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

Bunhiipy Wafer Board. ? -^ The business before the Board on Monday evening was very brief. I An application from Mr E. Forrest for connection with the main was held over pending enquiries. * The report of the Finance and Works Committee regarding Or. Ford s meter was as follows, ' Your Committee recommend, after testing ! Mr Ford's meter with the Water Board's test meter and also with a sprinkler at Mr Ford's private resid ence, that the meter was reasonably accurate, and that the account, for excess water for 1918 amounted to £19 8s 9d.' The Mayor and Crs. Hough, Tobin, Knight, Foreman, Teede and Paisley were present at th.e Committee meeting. Or. Ford said that he did not say the report of the Committee was incorrect but he wished to point out that the test was made under most favourable circum stances, viz., after the pipes had been cleaned out and the demand was not so great as in summer. Or. Hough and tae Mayor said that the test was from a tank containing 100 gallons. Or. Ford...

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Diocese of Bunbury. THE SEVENTH SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

Gioesss of Bynfeurg. THE SEVENTH SYNOD. The Seventh Synod of the Diocese of Bunbury was opened by a High Celebration of the Holy Eucharist at -St Paul's Cathedral on Sunday last During a most impressive service, His Lordship the Bishop, delivered his charge to the clerical and lay members. BISHOP'S CHARGE. 'My Reverend Brethren and Breth ren of the Laity — We open our Sev enth Synod to-day, and I greet yoti on this St Matthew's morning, and I join you in sympathy and prayer for those who are to ill and weak to be with us. I bid you all welcome and particularly those of you who are members of our Synod. The struggle that the mother Church in England is now passing . through, io order to gain what our brethren there call 'Life and Liberty', should make us mindful that we already have what they are fighting for ; we have not to buy our freedom at a great price or to ask Parliament to give it to us through an Enabling Bill. We were oorn tree m tnis new land. We make and amend our own la...

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Full Moons for 1919. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

Fall Moons for 1919. October 9 at 9.39 p.m. November 8 at 7.35 a.m. December 7 at 6.4 p.m.

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MRS JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

MRS JONES. The funeral of the late Mrs Jones, of Mornington, will leave from South Bunbury this afternoon, upon the arrival of the Perth train bearing the remains which will be interred in the Anglican New Cemetery. This is the third death in this family within 12 months, a son of the deceased having departed this life last year and her husband died but one month ago. The arrangements for the funeral are in the hands of Messrs Brittain and Son.

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MRS. SIGNA IRVINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

MRS. SIGNA IRVINE. The death occurred at the Bunbury hospital of Mrs Signa Irvine, late of Wellington Mills, on Monday last. The deceased was only in her 28th year, and leaves a husband and five little ones. The funeral took place at the Anglican new cemetery yesterday afternoon, the Rev. Scott-Olarke read ing tho service.

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Harvey. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

Harvey. (From Our Correspondent.) The visiting American Boys arriv ed in Harvey by the noon train on Thursday last, numbering in all 47. Complete arrangements had been made for their reception, and no time was lost in electing thenrto the vari ous residents who had kindly promis ed to house them during their visit. This work had been generously car ried out by Mr Stewart, the Secretary of the Harvey Road Board, who is deserving of every tbanks for the good work done. The Boys were shown round the district during the afternoon which was much appreci ated by them. The concert in the evening was an unqualified success, and there was a splendid attendance. The performance opened by a March played by the full band of 40 per formers, and was a splendid produc tion. This was followed by a varied programme of singing, acrobatic feats, sketches, fancy dancing, and upto date Jazz music. The playing of the Star Spangled Banner and God Save the King closed one of the most en joyable concerts pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

Urgent! The: Present Scare — The Commissioner, for Public Health (Or Atkinson), with the experienpes of all. the other States behind him, has drawn up a. set of prescript ions, for the use of persons in their own homes, where the attendance of a medical man cannot be immediate ly secured, or pending the arrival'of medical aid: Three of the formulae are for internal administration to suit the varying forms of Pneumonic In fluenza, and the fourth is a prevent ative or germicidal fluid for douching the nose and throat. All these can be obtained from Thomas and Coy, chemists of this town, at the price of 2/6 her bottle, or io/- for the set. While it would be wise for. all to provide for an emergency it is parti cularly desirable for heads of house holds living even a short distance from town to have a supply of these preparations on hand. Prompt at tention will be given to communi cations addressed to THOMAS & CO, Chemists, Victoria-st., Bunbury The ' Bunbury Herald' is the only...

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