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MR. JOHN LOWRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

MR. JOHN LOWRIE. The remains of the late Mr John Lowrie were laid in the Presbyterian cemetery, Ferguson, on . Friday last, when a large number assembled from all parts of the district. Councillors Ford, Paisley and Teede, as represen tatives of the Bunbury Municipal Council, motored out to attend the funeral. The burial service was read by Rev S. J. Mills. Messrs W. Brit tain and Son arranged the funeral.

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

? ? ? ? «. Having taken over the connection built up by A. SCHEIKOWSKY by yeais of attention to his customers' needs, and by supplying the BEST QUALITY BREAD ONLY, desires to impress upon the public hat it is his intention to maintain THE HIGH STANDARD set by his edecosspr. , HE SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE V ?' Knowing he can keep it. VICTORIA STREET ? BUNBURY. T.'W. R WEYMOUTH, Bootmaker and Repairer, Forrest Street, Collie, and at Harvey. Genuine Kangaroo Skin Boots, Made to Measure, 38s. 6d. A Good Fit Guaranteed. Best Wearing Boot. Comfortable and of Good Appearance, Repairs undertaken from every j-art of the South-West. Reasonable Prices ' Promptitude —Quality — Economy' My Motto. Dressmaking and Millinery on the premises Men's Ootfeieg. Boots and Shms» Fancy Goods. ii, je iilpiiiie* Bj^ffgtst, isiiiiir». Prescriptions Dispensed. Toilet rB«quisites, etc., etc.

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

2/ €r ' & Cr Picture House, PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. WINTER READING Back numbers o£ Periodicals and . Comics, la. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. AM fi| 0 _ Victoria Street, Bunbury 'Phone 114. ) . Means . \ ' SEEDSMEN, 5 | FLORISTS! Hflsffsefymea. ' I SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, [ I ROSES, VINES, TREES, [? I CLIMBERS. 1 Catalogue Post Free. - I Only Address : H *M- IS A 1E813 A ftT ©If* '- I PERTH. I WHITE ANTS Eradicated from Houses, Fruit Trees, Vines, etc., by Furniss' White Ant Eradicator. -Never fails 10s. and 20s. per tin, Post Free. W. A. FURNISS, Manufacturer of Furniss' Self-Locking Fencing Droppers (£5 per 1000)f 51 Melboiune-road, Perth. Tel. A2631. KOOMBAHA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR B8ILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned— £ s d Local Roller Flour, per ton lots... 1015 o Roller Flour, half-ton lots ... 510 o Single bag Flour, iSolbs .. ' 0 17 6 Hall-bag Flour, ioolbs ... ... 0 12 o Quarter-bag Flour, Solbs ... o 6 ...

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Obituary. MISS MURIEL STOKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

Obituary. MISS MURIEL STOKES, Since the outbreak of the war death has twice visited the family of Mr and Mrs T. Stokes, of the Fue Brigade Station, BuDbury. In April 1915 their only son, Tom, lost his life in the glorious landing, at Gallipoli, and on Friday last his sister passed away. The deceased lady had been suffering from heart trouble for some time and it was co isidered advisable to send her to her birthplace, Gerald ton, to try if the change would be beneficial. On her return home, a tew weeks ago, it seemed as if the desired result had been attained but unfortunately an attack of influenza supervened. Her sister, Mrs Graham, with the latter's little son, were prostrate with this complaint at the tame time. The funeral took place on Saturday morning when the remains were laid in the new Method ist Cemetery, the Rev. R. Hocking reading the Burial Service. A great number of citizens paid the last tributes of respect to the deceased lady. The chief mourners were the bereaved f...

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

Imeriean , CSaody ICifohen, ? Nest Lj^ficl Theatre. Wt^A Lais'g® Fish Bought at S©tsi!tw€XMls© F'^@§©^y. Phone 94. Near Federal Hotel* South Bunbury. ;A splendid assortment now on Sale 1.1RESH FISH. SMOKED FISH, JO BAIT, Daily. All Supplies Guaranteed. South-West Fish Supply Go , Corner Victoria and Symtnonds Streets, BUNBURY. ; Address correspondence Michelis & Co. Has Superior Accommodation during and waiting ACCOUCHEMENT. TERMS MODERATE. ' Arrangements made for Children. Doctors in Attendance. Zo© Stse®-3ti, Buxsbtsry. BAKER, VICTORIA-ST, BUNBURV. Wedding and Birthday Cakes sup plied on shortest notice. Small Goods and Bread the Best. :W. DERBY, affld Stattoqer , CARR'S BUILDINGS, BUNBURY NOW OPEN: Spring Handicap, September 13 Metropolitan, October 6. Gaulfield Cup, October 18. I Communicate with Hobart direct by every maiL 'Phone 52. Soispier*. '-j^^l^r' I Head Office ;and 'fe !~ j f Show Yard : MM W§§fWi@o,. MM Three Minutes mm walk West of gg| - Statton. WSsk M q mat ...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

dipping. — — »? Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. - Departures. September 20. — S.s. Kurnalpi, ^495 tons. — R. Forrest, agent. Expected Arrivals. September — s.a. Apolda, (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.)

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

There was an old lady who lived in a shoe, Whose children were many, which hardly seems true ; But the fixed fact remains, tho' un« aided by wealth, The kiddies enjoyed the most excell ent health. In summer or winter 'twas always the same, They frollicked like fillies which nothing could tame, For their mother, like thousands of mothers ensure, By giving them Woods' Great Pep permint Cure.

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

Mall Mkm. — -* — Mails close at the Bunbury .Post Office at 1.40 p.m. ,on the dates mentioned for the places indicated, — Ameiica and Canada, Sept. 29. United Kingdom, Egypt etc, (in cluding Soldiers' Mails) Sept. 29. Eastern States, to-day.

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South-West Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

South-Hast SSiowSo Bunbury — November 5 and 6. Bridgetown — November 12. Busselton — December 3.

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INFLUENZA. Perth, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

.^y\; ihflijehia. „-? ?,-??0— Perth, September 23. Twenty-six fresh cases and two , deaths were reported to-day, j Bunbury. There are now 22 case3 at the Isolation Hospital, and all are doing well. Very few cases ate occurring in the town, and country reports show ni^further outbreaks.

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

8OFP8§p0!?d8ft@i, Whilst our columns are. open to every class; and shade of opinion, we wish it to bei distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the views of our corresoondents. All correspondence must bear the signa ture and address of the sender, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. BALINGUP ROAD BOARD. To the Editor. Sir, — At last! Twelve months persistency by 'Grazier,' ''Rate- payer,' and other correspondents with local public-spirited residents has resulted in an attempt to recover the lost reserve. In to-day's issue of your journal 'A Poor Cocky' hurls a mass of abuae, inaccuracies and per sonalities at the man who tried to save the reserve for Balingup. '?Cocky' begins with a part quotation which, like a half-truth, is ever the blackest. In its original setting it was a specimen of the language used by one of the iuconsistents regarding | the consisteuts. 'Cocky' asserts that the applicant for the blocks was a man for whom...

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

Gape!. (From our Correspondent ) An extraordinary election was held on Saturday last to elect one member to the Road Board in the place of the late Mr Geo Dunkley, who had repre sented the Stirling Ward for many years. There were three candidates in the field, and a good deal of inter est was manifested in the contest. This was as it should be, and a mem ber is likely to set more value on his seat if, he has to put up. a good fight to secure it. The candidates men tioned above were Messrs V G Rob erts, H Roberts and James Hansen, and the count discloses the following result : — V Roberts, 55 votes ; James Hansen, 36 votes : H Roberts, 19 votes. The successful candidate thus poll ed as many as his two opponents to gether, probably owing to the fact that he is an old member of the Board having represented the Boyan up Ward for some years. Though not actually living in the Stirling Ward, he is within a mile of it, and bis first job will be to look after about 50 chains of clearing by r...

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

One Minute from Beach antjl Ba&hs, WoSlIll iQ)CS(Sir Bottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky ' » 1 Is 6d per bottle. ! S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor, |

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

:!*RlOFMBFOR - A. E..' MfcORE. / -*A -Delightful Country Holiday Resort. / , Easy, motoring distance of Buseelton and - . ,. the' Caves. . { 1 ; 'fiest; Liquors 'Only Stocked. - /

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

iyniupf Itei @f Hiilth. Afe'the- ordinary ..jnonbhly- raeefcinjg of ifcfie Board on Monday evening there were present : The Mayor, Crs. Tobin, Foreman, Knight, Teede, Hough, Minors, and Ford, and the inspector (Mr H. J. Golding). Owing £6 the temporary indisposition of Mr Norrie, Miss Sinclair acted as secre tary. ? The following reports were receiv ed from thaHealth Inspector for the month ending 20th inst. : — Infectious Diseases — During the above period there have been 18 cases of notificable infectious diseases reported to our office, io cases of pneumonic Influenza, 5 cases of diph theria, 1 -case; 'of enteric fever. The Pneumonic Influenza ; cases came from different streets in the Munici pality,and two from the surrounding districts. The diphtheria cases al! came .from the one house. Two deaths from the Pneumonic Influenza have occurred dm ing the month and there are still 23 patients in the hos pital. I have attended to the Pneu monic Influenza requirements. The drain which...

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

?' ; ' '-^HiecM^st Ceftteally R Saturated Hotel tsa * Bssa&sffy . ~~f^ Proprietor. 1 'Wines' 'Beers,' ari-T Spirits of the Finest Quality .-?.'???'???? ' Most Popular Billiard Room in the :Town. Every, Convenience and Conifort for Boarders at' Reasonable? Rates. WHEN, IN PERTH STAY AT THE ? ^s^dp©^ ©ay. 3Bs\peirW©©k. Hot tod Gold- Baths. . Electric Light aad Lift to all Floors. . ?'??????? ; ? ^ ?Gdmfortiible and .GentraK .: i?I5ie;(:GotiffSti8y Visitors Homte from '???''? FREE MOTOR GARAGE. ' r Th© Old BpQt* The largest and most comfortable Lounge Bat in the South- West. Electric Fans, Coolness and Rest. , All Drinks off the Ice. Ateoltfidiy-Oflly.-SWAN BEER'Dtown. *E. E. :-'€OGKS - - ? Psopstetof. tJnder ENTIRES KSWiMAMAGBMSNT. ;f : Beautiful drives among, the most Superb Scenery in W. A. ?An^Ideal Spot 'for a Quiet Holiday. 850 feet above. sea; level. ? All local 'produce used at the Hotel. . ' Conveyances of 'all kinds for hire. *' -'; P*oprtetof - ? ' ' - W. R. RICHARDS...

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

To Sybicrte. The small amount charged quart erly for the ' Bun.bory Herald and Blackwood Express ' ' is appreciated by readers, we know, but in some ways it has its drawbacks. Readers, on receiving their accounts for a small sum, are apt to caat them aside, thinking that they will pay them when the amount is larger. _ This habit would not mutter if only one reader indulged in it, but, when hun dreds are so thinking and acting the sum involved is a large one. ? More ever they forget that unpaid accounts, however small, involve extra work and extra postage, the latter a very considerable item nowadays. We confidently appeal to subscribers to support their local paper, which is assisting them by assisting the dist rict. This they can do by paying their subscription promptly and reg ularly. Where subscriptions are long overdue, it is the intention of the management to: ©ease forwarding the paper unless the amount, is paid' 'at g£i early date.

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FREMANTLE TRAMWAYS. THE CLERKS CEASE WORK. Perth, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

FREMAHTLi TRAMWAYS. THE CLERKS CEASE WORK. Perth, September 23. The -whole of the clerks employed in the head receiving and general offices of the Frem&ntle Tramways ceased work at 10 30 o'clock this morning. One of the clerks stated that the Board of Management nad promised the clerks yesterday, that a special meeting of the Board would be held this morning. The clerks were notified last night that the meeting could not be held and they all ceased work. He said that the t trouble had been going on for seven months. The clerks were asking for the same treatment as conductors ; that was to work six days per week at 12s per day plus overtime, also that the increase granted to them some time ago should be made retros pective, as from May 7th instead of as from August 1st. They also roquired time and a third for Sunday work, the same as the conductors received.

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Repatriation INTERVIEW WITH MR D. J. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919

Repatriation INTERVIEW WITH MR D. J. WILSON. Mr D. J, Wilson, Superintendent of the local^ committees, has been paying a series of visits to the various centres with the object of explaining the extended powers conferred upon all these commiltees throughout the Commonwealth. xMr Wilson said that these powers were an outcome of the conference held in Perth, during the recent visit of Senator Millen. It is a forgone conclusion that, although on the one hand they will greatly increase the work of the committees, they will, on the olher hand, cause greater despatch in the finalisation of applicaa'ions and con sequently lessen the irritation and suspense of applicants. In outlining the new powers, Mr Wilson pointed out that the local committees now have increased func tions to grant sustenance to soldiers awaiting employment, to those await ing allotments and to those whose allotments of land have been approv ed and are awaiting settlement. Further the committees may, on the certificate ...

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