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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
- ' V ?? ? ~- ? — — ? ? — '~ Doctors say a good preventative is to drink a little Port Wine or Spirits. LOOK AT THISs We can supply »U Wines and Spirits, etc., equal to Perth .prices. '?'?' -Black and White, Sandersons, Glenorans No. 10 Whisky at 60s pier gallon; Mitchell's Irish Belfast (genuine 62s 6d per gallon. Swan, Emu, Castlemaine and Union Ales and Stouts os 6d- per gallon, 12s jwr: dozen. Cash Price. Famous Redcaatle Invalid Stout : Pint bottles 8s per gallon ; Quarts 6s 6d per gallon, 12s per dozen by the case. We cao supply an excellent Poit Wine, our own bottling, at Is ?d 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. ' * ' Spscial Prices fo* Case Lots. Kartell Criiig % Jtyiciicy £$? General Merchants, . 'Buaten/, Marroiia, Williams mi S^biaco. At&Unown. throughout the South- West. -?lEiWQfiffl IL©sdHs?i|g ILIes© St©dk©dL QoimtfY;Off|s?.s Receive PfQsa...
Balingup Repatriation Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
Baiingup Repatriation 8otn mlttaa. A meeting of the above was held on the 15th. Present: Messrs Rose (chairman), Phillipps, Wright, Raw ter and Wansbrough. Correspondence. Mr F. Lukis, apology for absence and details of activities since last meeting, also request for assistance in secretarial duties. , Mr R. J. Elliott, notice to credit district with £100 for peace loan. Deputy Comptroller, copy of letter from Mr McKenna inquiring condi tions of settlement for New South Wales returned men in Western Australia. - Same, pension notice Mr G, A. Mudford. Comptroller, re Mr D. Scott need for qualification. Deputy Comptroller, sustenance notice Mr W, M. Good. Same, sustenance application Mr F. ?R. Lidbury, need to fill in employ ment and sustenance forms. Same, Mr O. J. Beattie's applica tion for sustenance, need to fill in employment and sustenance forms. Application for employment, Oorpl. W. A. Richardson. Secretary Greenbushes Oomurittse, asking permission* to inspect Mr McKelvie's pro...
Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
Soetel and f animal. ? ?? :3 Mr S. Carter resumed duty at the Bunbury Fire Brigade Station after bwo years and eight months on active service. We are pleased to report that Mrs T. Graham and her little soa are convalescent after a bad touch of influenza. Miss Lily Stokes, who has beeii ? nursing at Woorooloo, arrived in Boa-. bury last week, on the sad oooasib^T^ of her sister^ fatal illness. Earl Cowley, who died in England .: recently, sampled matrimony front every aspect. As a young man he was sued for breach of promise by Phyllis Broughton, a gaity star; Later, he married Lady Violet NeviH whose brother Bill served two 'stretches'. In 1897 *hey were divorced. In 1902, Cowley was 'co- \ , re' in the Hartopp divorce case, but.V~ no ddcision was arrived at. Thread years later, the same parties came into court, when Sir Charles Hartopp secured his divorce, and his good lady married Earl Cowley shortly afterwards. In 1913, the noble (!) Earl was 'co-re' in the Buxton div» orce case. ...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
Local mi General, Unsound Mind. — Before W. L. Owen, Esq., R.M., on Tuesday last, i man charged -with being of unsound mind was remanded to Perth for medical observation. Bunbury Cemetery Board, — The only business at the ordinary monthly meeting was the passing of £13 6s lOd for payment of accounts. S.W. District Vermin Board.— The rate struck by the above Board for 1919-20 is three-eights of one penny in the £1 and not 3s 8d as published inadvertently in our last issue. The Peace Loan. — At 10 o'clock yesterday morning some vigorous 'cock-a-doodle-doo's' from various steam whistles, announced the closing of the first Commonwealth Peace Loan. Bunbury's contribution was not available during the day. The American Boys. — A civic re ception will be given the American boys at the Council Chambers on Friday afternoon next. An official invitation to the oitizens appears in our advertising columns and no special invitations will be issued. The Mayor wishes to hear from any persons who are...
Rowing Revival. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
Rowing .Revival. The final rehearsal for the musical carnival took place last night in the Lyric Theatre, and it can confidently be stated that better concerted work than that of the ' Town Topics ' has seldom been heard here. Particularly fine are the opening and final choruses, whilst the vim and tone of the whole show reaches a very high standard. Songs, dances, tableaux, instrumental items, and musical monologues make up a fine program, which is still further enhanced by the playlet contributed by the Bunbury Dramatic Olub under the direction of Mr J. Telford. This versatile little company always produces something well worthy of its place on any program. Several of the members of the ' Town Topics '' are quite new to Bunbury audiences, and for this special occasion, Miss Lilla Marsh will play firat violin ia Partington's orchestra which has been specially engaged for the orchestral work. One of Bunbury's most promising musicians, Miss Kathleen Power, has collaborated with Mi' H...
Wedding Bells. RICHARDSON—CLIFTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
Wedding Balis. ?*w ? RICHARDSON— CLIFTON. A charming wedding took place at Brunswick on Thursday last, when Kathleen, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. F. Clifton, of 'Alverstoke,' Brunswick, was married to Rupert, son of Mr and Mrs Riehardson. of Serpentine. The bride was given away by her father, and looked charm ing in a beautiful frock of crepede chine with veil and orange blossom. The bridesmaids were Miss Edith Clifton, sister of the bride, who wore a pretty frock of crepe-de-chine, and Miss Kitty Clifton, of Perth, who looked dainty in white. The bride groom was supported by Mr T. Wellard as best man, and Mr O. Wellard as groomsman. A reception was held at 'Alverstoke,' after which the happy couple left per motor for their honeymoon, the bride's travel ling dress being navy crepe-de-chine with hat to match.
CAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
CAPEL. The shoot on Sunday was for the usual Spoon,, also the first qualifying shoot in the S.W. Union Competition. The weather was rather on the equinoctial side, and militated against good scoring. The Spoon was won by F. Delaporfce. Following1 are the scores : — 300 500 600 Hp Tl Higg'ms 28 33 31 3 95 F Roberts 30 30 30 2 92 R.Scott 29 28 28 5 90 F Delaporte 25 35 25 6 91 Gt Payne 27 28 30 6 91 E. Dyer 28 30 28 4 90 GE Payne 21': 29 30 10 90 L'jSummers 19 31 30 7 87 E Summers 28 31 23 10 92 A Moore 23 31 26 . 8 88 W Roberts 28 30 23 5 86 W Jones 29. 2 - 17 8 79 J Murnane 25 22 29 12 88 W Delaporfce 25 27 25 14 91 J Rose vis. 24 27 24 — 75
Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
Rifle Notes. BUNBURY. The first shoot for the H. Trenow eth trophy took place on Sunday last over the 500 and 600 yards' ranges, and .was won by T. Cunningham from C. R. Hill. Following1 ai'e the scores : — 500 600 Tl Hp Ag Cunningham 29 32 61 14 70 C. Hill... 33 33 66 2 68 J. Murray 32 21 53 13 66 J. Hough 33 27 60 ? 5 65 L. Maun 34 24 58 6 64 .C. K. Hill 31 22 53 11 64 J. Nisbett 29 27 56 -7 63 SV Birch. 29 .26 55. 8 63 Teede capt 30 27 57 5' 62 M. Elliott 23 27 50 12 62 J. Depaffiee33 21 54 '8 62 Tomlinson 32 22 54 6 60 F. Eaton 29 29 58 2 60 Guy Teede 26 23 49 10 59
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 24 September 1919
1 Handy Food Co. — A re you going fishing and wont be back for lunch 'i If so, call at the Handy Food Co. and they will supply you with luncheon dainties ready cooked. Try their beef and pork sausages for your breakfast. You can always get cooked meats at the Handy Food Co., and all their goods are made on the premises,, under hygienic conditions by experienced workmen. The Handy Food Co., Stephen-street, Bunbury. , [?]
The Conquest of the Air. Its Past, Present and Future. (Continued from last Saturday.) Dominion of the Air. A Glorious Picture.—Annihilation of Time and Space 300 Miles an Hour. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919
[?] Its Past, Present and Future. ? -- (Continued from last Saturday.) Dominion of the Air. A Glorious Picture.— Annihilation of Time and Space 300 Miles an Hour. Mr. Grahame-White painted a glowing picture of the future of British aircraft when, speaking at a recent meet ing -of the Eoyal Agricultural Society of Britain, over which Major-General Seely, Under Secretary for the Air Service, presided. The aerial age would do more for the world than any other discovery, Mr. Grahame-White declared, when, with the growing speed of aerial transport, we should be able to dine in New York one evening and in London the next, when no part of the earth's surface, however remote, would be more than a week *s journey from London bv air. He spoke of a passenger machine which his firm was designing, and which he hoped would soon be running on the air service between London and Paris. It would house 24 passengers and carry a crew of five. The plant consisted of three 600 h.p. motors, and there woul...
MY WINDOW IN THE SKY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919
MY WINDOW IN THE SKY. Mr. Arthur Mee, the editor of 'My Magazine,' Has been for a flight in one of Mr. Handley Page's aerial trains, and came back to earth intoxicated with the wonder of it. He writes a vivid account of his experi ence in his magazine, under the heading of 'My Window in the Sky,' from which we take the following extracts: This world, Mr. Mee thinks, it moving faster, even than imagination. 'I believe,' he writes, 'in the possi bility of almost anything. I believe that the poor will hp rirh nnri thai- life will be beautiful for all. I believe disease will disappear. ... I believe that the glory await ing us is greater than the poetsayd. And yet this ride into the clouds is a staggering and stupendous thing. It will live in the history books, for it was perhaps the most astonishing journey on which men and women have ever been since Time began. 'Let us, therefore, be exact about it. It began at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of November 15 in the year of victory, and it e...
The Nursery. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919
The Nursery. It need not, be a spacious apartment, replete with all the modern and ex clusive paraphernalia of a stores catalogue, hut it (.'an be — and should bfc — a little kingdom set apart for King, Baby. Filled with sunshine and fresh air, it needs very little else. If you have to convert your own bed-room into a nursery pro tern— and' many a little mother under present conditions must face makeshifts of this, kind — turn out everything you can possibly do without. Take up the c&ryet to start with. A carpet unless it be the washable kind, affords a happy hunting-ground for germs. * ♦ » If you cannot afford cork linoleum, be content with bare boards. They can, at any rate, be scrubbed. A small rug in front of the fire will make . the room look quite cosy, and can be taken out and shaken every ? morning. Washable curtains, either casement cloth or cretonne, should give place to thick ones, which harbour dust. Chairs which won't suffer from a rub with a damp duster when th...