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THE HAPPY BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

THE HAPPY BABY. Has parents who understand that milk contains everything necessary to nourish an infant — everything that is needed to make good pure blood, sound teeth, strong bones, and heal thy flesh, and that it is a complete food for any baby during the first nine months of its life; so they do not seek to be wiser than Nature, but follow her teaching in this important matter of feeding. # Never is a 'haphazard' baby, nor an 'anyhow' baby. He is brought up on a -careful system of regular hours for f ggdigg- JjauSSi! ^£SQ .JEfSFw evening — and that houlr is half.-past five during the whole first year of his life — a fixed hour for going out, and: a fixed rule of keeping him out of doors as long as' possible every 'fine day. The result of a very early bed hour and lots of fresh air and of regular feeding is to get baby into regular ways, and this is very good for his nerves and stomach; on hig nerves and his stomach a great deal of baby 's happiness depends. The 'haphazard baby' ...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

The tales-girl and the factory hand; The sun-tanned toiler on the land, - The 'wharfie' and the millionaire, If asked the question, each declare That for a sore throat, cough or cold The treatment worth its weight in gold, That proves un weary ingly sure, Is priceless Woods' Great Pepper ment Cure.

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COTTAGE CHEESE. How to Use Skim Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

\ COTTAGE CHEESE. How to Use Skim Milk. \ - ? ? ? A recent reference to the value of cottage cheese, made from skim milk, has elicited requests for information from readers for whose benefit we re produce the instructions issued' in bul letin form by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture. Here they are:— Cottage cheese furnishes a convenient and economical means of using skim milk as human food. It can be easily maae on a smau scaie ana requires : no special equipment. The cheese is nu tritious and can be used in a number of ways as a substitute for meat. Each pound of cottage cheese furnishes as much protein or body building material as the same weight of beef. It (is, however, not quite so rich in its energy supply as meat. Because of its . ease in making it is desirable to make the cheese often so that it may be eaten fresh, although if it is kept cool it will keep, well for several days. ' '? Setting. Select as much good skim milk as will.be needed tor a two or three days...

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Football [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Football The last match in the semi finals was played on Sunday last at Forrest Park when South defeated Railway. The game was strenuous from start to finish and the Railways played perhaps their best game of the season. South's defence however was again too good and, their kicking and pass ing was in most instances, better than that of the linesmen. The day was warm for football but the firm condition of the ground made them forget- the heat and make the game very fast. Mr Bostock was central umpire and acted with his usual im partiality. A demonstration was made against one of the goal umpires by a number of barrackers over a shot at goal, but the great majority, were satisfied, with the umpire's decision. The following are the detailed scores: —South Bunbnry : 1.3, 0.1, 1.5, 1.1, total 5 goals 9 behinds, or 39 points ; Railway r 1.2, 2.0, 0.1, 0.3, total 3 goals 6 behinds, or 24 points. The match arranged hetween Bunbury and Boyanup for Saturday last was forfeited through the non...

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GROWING OF HERBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

GROWING OF HERBS. A space should be found in every garden for the growing of herbs that are so necessary in the kitchen where the cook is interested in her work and seeks to make her offerings pal atable and savoury. Sage, marjoram, thyme, and mint might wel be grown, for there is al ways a demand tor these; indeed, the growing of the first three men tioned might well be undertaken as a commercial proposition, for there is always a demand for such. The requirements are greater than the local supply, and so the imported ar ticle finds its way in. The first consideration,, should one contemplate the growing of herbs, is the soil and the situation. Al most any soil is suitable, providing it is not made too rich, for in that case one would be vigorous growth, but the flavour would not be so pro nounced as when it is grown in an ordinary unmatured soils. Soils of a limey formation give good results when herbs are grown, arid for that reason one may be safe in saying that such a soil is t...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Soeial and Personal/ — «, — A very pleasant reception took place at the residence of Mr and Mrs H Groves, Wokalup on the 13th inst to welcome home the remainder of the lads who had enlisted from this district. The hospitable rescources of the host and hostess were taxed to the utmost as there were between 40 and so of the residents present. Ten of these were ' Diggers.,' one of them the son of the house Mr Cyril Peddie just returned attained his 20th birth day the day before. Judging by the appearance of the supper table, which was tastefully decorated with the colours of the 28th Battalion, it was very evident that no system of ration ing existed in this conutry, for the festive board literally groaned with the weight of good things which were spread upon it. All kinds of games were freely indulged in, speeches were made, a few most excellent voc al items were rendered and dancing as usual figured largely on the pro gramme. It was unanimously agreed by all present that it was one o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

G. S. Dickson Expert Boiler Maker. Consulting and Supervising Boiler Maker. Boiler. Shipping and all Classes of Repairs a Specialtiy. Gutting and Welding all Metals by _'; .' Oxy-Acetylene Process. P .. Coils of All Descriptions Made. JV 2-8 JOHN STREET, PERTH. Phone No., A 4639. ' . ESTIMATES GIVEN. I First Class Workmanship. Charges Moderate. Telephone A3237. Empire Motor Works W. Riches, F. Pearce, and S. Watts, Proprietors. 59 MELBOURNE ROAD, PERTH. (Opposite Goods Shed). Complete Overhaul and Repairs, Tyres, etc. COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY. THE RIGHT DIRECTION. 92 MURRAY STREET, PERTH. For all The Right Quality — Car Ready when Promised. Tel. A 3391. MILEAGE ECONOMY RELIABILITY, COMFORT Made in Australia' for Australian Conditions. ,, Western Australian Depot: ._..... rf™»Tf DITDTG ¥ IMITrn CyfiLdSlLK £ \3 LIml I JLU (Wholesale Only) , 47 Queen Street, Perth. t Tel. A 2888. Ford Big Ends Re metallecl. Rushton, Bushell & Go. Brass Founders and General Engineers. ' Aluminiu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

The - Budge t.—^riie Premier and Treasurer (Mr J. Mitchell) was asked - .yesterday whether he could give any indication as to when he would be iu a- position to deliver the Budget 'Speech. In reply he Baid that the: ^Estimates were practically completed ?and he hoped to he able to deliver his first Budget within the next ?forinigfht. , ? Elder's Weekly StocK Report.—: Private sales : For Mr F. Chapman, Preston, 42 sheep; for Mr J. F. Johnston, Bunbury, 5 cattle ; for Mr Gr. D. Wright, Mumballup, 40 sheep; for Messrs Sells Bros-, Bridgetown, ' 2 cows and 1 calf. ? Harvey Farm : '.We yarded 109 sheep, 33 cattle, 6 pigs and a quantity of sundries to a !' large local attendance Bidding tnrougnouii was iairiy quiet, especi ally for the cattle, for which owners' reserves were rather high, neverthe less a fairly good clearance was effect ed under Ihe hammer. Aged merino ewes, low condition, lambs at foot, 14a 9d ; dry ewes, aged, medium condition, 14s 6d; hoggets, mixed sexes, well grown, ...

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Rabbits and Rabbit Destruction. Remarks by an Expert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Rabbits and. Rabbit Destruction. Remarks by an Expert. Mr. Hugh Wilson, the Inspector for the Moora Vermin Board, was askM recently by a representative of the 'Moora Herald' for information as to the progress of the work of destruction. In. the course of liig. reply he commented upon the indifference shown by the local far mers to the increasing presence of bunnv. Asked to what cause he at tributed this apathy, Mr. Wilson re counted a little history and made some comment of a nature which may be- beneficially read by our farmers in rabbit-infested districts other than the Midlands. Mr. Wilson remarked, in. ;:' reply to the question put to him: — 'it may be that they considered ; they already knew all that there is to know regarding the interesting little ?'{? rodent; but' I'm ,more inclined to ?V think that it arises from a failure to ~r: realise what they are really up against ,V in this rabbit invasion, and the import ?-v tance of their giving their attention to *' * it seriously....

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Local ni General, — 9 ???? ... . . , . ? Rifle -Shooting. — -In view of the urgent need for economy the Federal authorities have decided that no monetary grants will.be made to rifle associations and rifle olub unions for the holding of prize meetings be fore 30th June, 1920, nor' will any provision be made for free rail, steamer, or coach travelling to such prize meetings. Fresh Air League, — The raffle of the motor cycle donated by Mr Frank Moss, in aid of the Fresh Air League, proved a great . success. Altogether 3366 tickets at 1/- were disposed of for the sum of £168 6s, and expenses amounted to £5 Is 8d, leaving a balance of £163 4s 4d. The profit from the raffle is to be expended on a verandah to be built around the home at Bunbury. This will provide sleeping-out accommodation for an additional 100 children. The com mittee wish to express their thanks for the generous support they received from the public. Church Services. — To-morrow morning in the Cathedral the Holy Euchari...

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Correspondence. THE LYRIC THEATRE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Gorrespondanee. ? : ? V THE LYRIC THEATRE. To the Editor. s Sir, —Is it not about time that some enterprising citizen considered the question of building . a decent picture house ? Every city has one ; why not Bunbury ? I, my family, and friends sfo to that outrdff-date Lyric Theatre because there is no where else. We get a first-clasB diversified programme, but no com fort : the nlace is a clarified ham. where unsightly iron gallery supports obstruct the view and make the gal lery impossible to see a performanqe from without getting- a cricked neck. The present management do their best, but cannot make a silk purse out of a sows ear. Air of us know that the rent goes to Perth. Why not keep the money in Bunbury ? The present manager would no doubt if approached give advice as to what, is wanted, and possibly be willing to take a lease of an, up-to-date ? place. If he did it would make the invest ment a sound one. The matter is worth a thought, and I hope soon to hear that the idea i...

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Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Shipping. . ? ,0, . Vessels cn Port. Premier, Dredge. S.s. Ellenia. Arrival. S.s. Ellenia. Expected Arrivals. September — s.s. Apolda, (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.) NOTES. The s.s. Ellenia arrived yesterday morning for bunker coal and should complete her loading and sfceam out during the day. . The s.s. Apolda is due about Thursday next and will proceed to Busselton to receive the first parb of her timber cargo. She will after wards complete loading afc this port.

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BALINGUP ROAD BOARD. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

BALlNGfJP ROAD BOARD. To the Editor. Sir, — Poor old 'Grazier' has got his hair off at last ; he cannot stand being paid back in his own coin. UA Poor Cocky' accepts 'Grazier's' challenge to prove by the records that more than one application pre vious to the last was ever received by the Board, and also as to which of the two, 'Graaier' or 'Cocky,' is making 'mid assertions.' 'Grazier's' supporters to whom I alladed had no 'sons at the war. — Yours, etc., 'A POOR COCKY.' mraimilr.ihlt«VLiHWi'vmv,wirimsna '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Do not worry about Galvanised Iron being scarce and the price ridi culousiy high. The NARROGIN TRADING & AGENCY CO. LTD. have the Agency for this District forADAMAX ROOFING FELT just as durable and much cheaper than Iron. As supplied to the Gov ernment. Stocks on band, Rolls 72 ft iongx 3ft wide, covers 22 square yards, one-ply 43/6, two-ply 53/6 three-ply 66/6. Cement and nails, supplied free. -There is nothing better for covering houses, garages, fowlhouses, bee hives, etc. Send for catalogues.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

- Jtsst Op©n^cl ?? . ' A Few Only PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPER. WINTEft READING Back numbtrs of Periodicals and /_.. ' Comics, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson & Johns Seeds Also for Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns. Victoria Street, Bunbury 'Phone 114. naaBSi-.'q? ^J|' .''. 'j.'.''r-'^.'*.!*j:''.'J,''.'.''i'i'SJ-ss^a Means \ SBE0SMEN, FLORISTS. Nfoserymea.' SEEDS, FRUIT TREES, \ ROSES, VINES, TREES, l CLIMBERS. Catalogue Post Free. Only Address : 3 70 B&RKia.iJi - S T ,, I PERTH. I WHITE ANTS ~~- ' Eradicated from Houses, Fruit Trees, Vines, etc., by Furnies' White Ant Eradicator. Never fails 10s. and 20s. per tin, Post Free. W. A. FURftISS, Manufacturer of Furniss1 Self-Locking Fencing Droppers (£5 per 1000), : 51 Melbourne-road, Perth. Tel. a2631. KOOMBANA ELECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR KILL ' BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned— * s d Local Roller Flout, per ton lots... io 15 o Roller Flour, half-ton lots ... 5 Io o ; ?? Single bag Flour, iSolbs .. o 17 6 Half-bag Flour, loolbs ? ...

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Items of Interest Early Lambs. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Items of Interest Early Lambs. ? A cross of Dorset Hori s with cross bred ewes, as, for instance, the Bor der Leicester, for the production of early lambs is favoured by Mr. J. W. Matthews, the New South Wales State Sheep Expert. * * * League of Bush -fire Fighters. , It is proposed in New South Wales to form a League of Bush-fire Fight ers, of which any man, woman, or child may be a member if willing to take a ple'dge 'to miss no reasonable opportunity of taking action to pre vent the risk of fire in the bush or among crops; to give assistance whenever needed in case of fire; to do everything possible to ensure the observance by others of the laws relating to the prevention of fires and the careless use of fire ; to preach the belief that 'What is my neighbour's need to-day may be mine to-morrow.' * * * Barbed Wire an Expensive Shelter. 'The leeward side of a barbed wire fence is an expensive shelter for milk cows,' says H. F. Kildee. Proper shelter is required. Kildee also says th...

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Anglican Synod. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Anglican Synod. SECOND DAY, Synod was. re-opened on v^Monday at 4 p.m. when, after prayer, Ven Archdeacon Lcuch delivered the fol lowing address in moving the ist motion : — . My Lord Bishop, you have put up on me the honor of proposing the re solution which stands in my name, It is a resolution assuring his Majes ty the King of our dutiful loyalty to his throne and person, but the oc casion is unique, it. has no parallel in history. Never at any other time in the history of our nation has there been such a climax and such an out look. With deep thankfulness to, Al- mighty God we are in these days re joicing, because after five-years of strenuous warfare we have seeured a peace which promises well, not only for ourselvos, but for the whole world I was pleased and gratefulfor what a good French priest said to some of. our Australians— ^he said that the French, and Belgians would never forget what Australia had done for them,and that in the history of the times the gallant deeds of th...

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SUDAN GRASS AND SACCALINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

SUDAN GRASS AND SACCALINE. The drought this year in New South Wales compelled a good deal of attention to the drought-resistant properties of many grasses and fod ders. Two fodders that seem to have come well of every ordeal to which they have' been submitted are Sacca line and Sudan grass, of both of which much has been heard lately. Mr. R. Bach, of Oakey, the well known Hereford judge, joins the chorus of praise of Sudan grass by saying :— 'Last night we had an inch of rain, which is practically the first for 13 months. Any that we have had has been just enough tospoil any seed planted. I| have been able to keep my stock alive as I have a fair acreage of Sudan grass. It is the best feed I have, struck.' Now as to Saccaline. The 'Farm Bulletin' says : — 'This fodder is a prolific stooter, -and is practically frost-proof. . . . It is significant that when once grown in the Richmond River district all the older and better known sorghums are discarded. They yield on average soils in t...

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RUSHTON, BUSHELL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

. RUSHTON, BUSHELL & CO. Messrs. Eushton, Bushell and Co., the motor engineering experts_of, Hay'-Stret, are very^.busy at .present.' Motorists have found what good work they put into a job and have re- ' commended them to friends with the above indicated result. They advertise that they make a specialty of repairing Ford and Buick. 'big ends.' In addition, the firm carries out br^ss finishing, aluminium and gun metal cast ing, etc., in which connection it is interesting to note that Mr. J. Elsbaw. an exnerienced moulder latelv wit.Ti Masrs. A.W. Dobbie and Co., is now a member of the Co. Readers , are advised to give B.B. and Co. a trial, and they guarantee' satisfaction. Their place of business is situated at 891A, Hay Street down the -right-of-way next to the skating rink.

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