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

One Minute from Beach and Baths. ^'WZ&ra I^fP-|fP^ Bulk and C?W^O. .OSSSSE^ Bottled. Daniel Crawford's Bulk Whisky \ » lla 6d per bottle. S. C. AVERILL, Proprietor. |

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

i P&OFEIETO& - A. E. MOORE. / ' \ A Delightful Country Holiday Resort, y / Easy motoring distance of Busselton and / s the Caves. £ J Best Liquors only Stocked. ? . /

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
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Science Chats. I.—CLOTHES' MOTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Science Sisiti. (By Arnold U. Henn.) I. — CLOTHES' MOTHS. In writing these articles, I should like to say that I do not pose as. a scientist, but simply as a student and observer of nature. I am there fore indebted, for the most part, to the writings and researches of those competent naturalists, who have oublished the result of their patient investigations; such for instance as Darwin, Bates, Wallace, Ray Lan kester and many others. I lay no claim to originality. But, as by far the greater number of people, , who read newspapers, never read works on scientific subjects, it may be that, if they read what I write, their eyes may be opened to the existence of an entrancing world hitherto hidden from them. I know that the very word scien tific suggests to most people a dry sort of subject, which repels instead of attracts ; but I will endeavour to show in as simple language as poss ible that there are very many scien tific facts which are anything but dry, but are intensely interesting...

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

Tfce Most Cssa&aliy Situated Hotel la Btaafrofy. Proprietor. Wines Beers, and Spirits of the Finest Quality Most Popular Billiard Room in the Town. .) Every Convenience and Comfort for Boarders at Reasonable Rates. WHEN IN PERTH STAY AT THE -Skaftesbui-y ' Hotel 6s 6d per Day. ? 3S© per W@@k. ; Hot and Cold BathB. Electrio Light and Lift to all Floors. Th© Coniitf^y Visit©!8© Hoot© ffonni FREE MOTOR GARAGE. The Old Sppt* Yietozia Sfceeet, But&wf- The largept and most comfortable Lounge Bar in the South- West. Electric Fans, Coolness and Rest. All Drinks off the Ice. AfesofejtdY Only SWAN BEER Drawa. B. -E. -COCKS - Pgoprtctof. Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. 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. Proprietor ? - W. R. RICHARDSON. ?-???COURT' HOUSE HOTEL, GREENBUSHES.. -' ERNIE I. EYLES - - Lie@sas@®. , Every Comfort and...

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

Doctors say a good preventative is to drink a little Port Wine or Spirits. We can supplyall Wines and Spirits, etc., equal to Pertn prices. Black and. White, Sandersons, Glenorans No. 10 Whisky at 60s per gallon ; Mitchell's Irish Belfast (genuine 62s 6d per gallon. Swan, Emu, Castlemaine 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. We can supply an excellent Port 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. i Special Prices for Case Lots. Slarrogsii Cuing I Hgttteif €0. Buaburyt Narroiiii, Williams mi Subiaco. I . . . _____ , 0 Are known throughout the South-West. c Ewsy Leading Lime StodkedL Cotratff ©ttei Receive Prompt a_d SMkd Attention. L WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST. - e 'Phono ®C ? ? _ I. 5(Late Monk...

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

Ways and Means. It is estimated that it will take £40,000,000 to make the roads of England as good as they .were before the war. Owing to lack of money to carry on the maintenance and the enormous war traffic, the main roads have almost gone to pieces. Australian roads have not suffered similarly as a result of the war, but probably it would take a good many millions to make them as good as the ruined British roads'. The work of repatriation will doubtless result in the expenditure of millions for pur ooses not nearlv so beneficial as the malcinc nt ennA roads. There are - many thousands of miles of tracks in this State, but precious little good road. According to Senator Millen's estimate it will cost £30,000,000 to settle 20,000 soldiers on the land, and according to Mr. Gregory's estimate one hundred. and fifty millions will... probably be required to complete the job of .repatriation. The^ making of roads and farms is as good a way of finding employment for our returned 'diggers...

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The Good Old Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

The Good Old Days. From No 746 of the ' Perth Gaz ette and Western Australian Journal' lent us by Mr J. B. Teede, we gather much that now makes interesting reading. The issue is dated 26th December, 1846. ^ In proof of the fact that a whole-, sale contempt for a reptile contem porary is no new passion we cull the following : — ' The habit of mis representing and iistorting facts which has for some months past distinguished our contemporary ' ; ' this exhibition of the malevolence of that journal ' ; ' the mere ebulli tion of disappointed cupidity ' ; ' the honourable and learned proprietor of the Inquirer ' (the reptile contem porary in question — Ed, Bunbury Herald) ; ' unmanly attempt ' ; ' to aggrandise to himself the sole means of imparting to the public any idea of affairs in this colony ' ; ' we distrust his friendship— care not for his en mity.' There is nothing new under the sun. Let them rest. They have run their troubled course, and there are many more to carry on the game...

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

BLA€KWOOD NURSBKIES, MULLALWP, S.W.R. (Branch at Harvey Citrus Nursery.) Begs to notify his clients and intending planters of Fruit Trees, Rooted Vines, etc., etc., that.his stocks: for Season 1919 are AGAIN the LARGEST and FINEST EVER OFFERED. ' Inspection Invited, Fnrther particulars and Prices on application. Ladies' and Children's BOOTS and SHOES of latest designs and models^ combining elegance with comfort. Gent's and Youths' BOOTS in all varieties, built on the very - latest models - COWDEROY'S, The Famous Ch'cap Stofe, GREENBUSHES: V j M@sf icoiiofiiical ^S I refre8bment i?ou jtljlf I ^AM Offset d /^:f!3%§Sb»? I Get if at Chemists, Con- BSS ? ' - ? ???;.? I feef!oners0 Tobacco fcWS! I Shops and Stores. t ^Islit 8 ^© SOPlE SfS r'^t M\T-S -f ' SEALED TIGHT— KEPT RIGHT ^^IW^l 3\l M^ Mads bv Wm. Wrlaley Jr. Co. Prop. Ltd., £? ^[ ®**' (C^* tf*^* Sydney. N. S. W. ' «^?^r «^^ SERVICE. I' i. 'l Opposite the Railway Station,, ; BUNBURY. The largest Tyre Filled to any pressure in ?- , ...

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Preston Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

[?] The following were present at. the monthly meeting held on Saturday, 20th inst. Measra J. Egan, chairman, V. O. Mitchell, P. E Port, H. Brad shaw, A. J. Kemp and T. B. Jones. - General Business. The members of the Thomson's Brook ward stated they had insnected the road leading: to Mr A. J. Woods' property. They estimated that £30 would be required to put the road in repair. Authority was given the members to expend that amount. The manager of the. Argyle mill was. given authority to repair and use the Ferguson Road, provided that the road was kept and left in good condition, The secretary was instructed to notify Messrs^ Malloch Bros, that the tree jmller was still unsatisfactory. ' Two returned soldiers asked for the roads to their blocks ta be: repaired. They were instructed to apply to the Balingup Road Board as the roads were in that district. . Mr Bach asked that he be allowed a rebate of his rates for the time, that he was on active serviced This was unanimously granted. T...

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

» 6|Gr|» G Q M ? I Isr ;©ftea; B-0l|Bi©f ,Q:ps^ oftafe^c? € *.- hoaith. Whon \% io E^ompg^lGi ^ ? % by otho? oymptemo cuofe C3 is/gtS? € ^ aeho, , bilieuoneso, e 8^feg:.;i§ |* | fulnoss affeup eating, sla^assSsS^ m . ^ at. night,: dpowainosa duf88|. ^3 **' | day, and 1©33 ©f aas^y— :fea ©ata^ € ^ of th© troublf is .gonoKally S© . &© F | found la a dlsopdoped digcotl^© |1 I gurauQ in qtioh a. oaao Iq.M- bqqU m V $ho aid ot a poliablo digoativo rae3- F U kin©. Thapo Jg. eq fe@t6©a.fiSn® ^ ^ Baoeham'a Pills, Bessham's Pills- ¥ U aro a specif ie of gpaafe ^aluo. They'd! y QKQPaisQ b highly bouofiolal a®tisa P w upon iho otomaeh, HvopoqskS || y boy?ola pnd opoodil^, bpinj3 afeaaO P R a (Jraal ehanga £es- fiha feafttosn, ^ p -.Besehiun'o Pilla go'4@ the s@s& ^ F ft tho.tpoubl© q§, ®aea, aE^ l&@b*i| P aperient, qoppsqUvo aai sspi@sa- F R tivo propopties -iooa g@^s3te|lfeBi i P. .tha health upan a aui?o feuada^IaQ, P 4 Disorders of tho digsotivo oyqtesa & Rjj...

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

CHEMIST, WILLIAM STREET, . PERTH. A combination of high frequency electric current and Ionic medica tion is recommended by the highest authorities for Neuritis, Sciatica, Lumbago, Shell Shock, Rheumat ism, and all Nervous Complaints. Many patients have been treated from the South- West with com plete success, and I will be pleased to supply names for reference. St. GLAIR'S Most Up-to-date Private Hospital in the South- West. Nurses, in attendance Day and Night. S\J RGICAL. MEDICAL. MATERNITY A SPECIALITY. NURSE M. BROWNE, Cert, and Reg. Telephone #8. Large quantity of Fruit Gases Apply— BUNNING BROS., Bunbury or Argyle. Uphoteing, Freneh Polishing, Egpepf hmiim Ming, Mtasas ps-made equal to Bew Apply— VICTORIA STREET, BUNBURY Wo G. SLOAN I (Reg. W.A.V.B,) All kinds of operations performed with or without ohloroform. . Horses' Teeth a Specialty .- Address: — Toronto House. Tel. 166 (In succession to the late H. L. Griffith) THROSSILLL STREET, COLLIE. Hwcpwr, erato, fMm, .farm, Statio...

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

v ? Ie 1910 the -R©y@l Typewriter was .., ^g-'a '. ? -it — Tin... 1. 11 11 ?! 1 introduced in Australia. -'Since then *«5^.«. {£ fu&~'ffiW$!!fi^T? C° ^Pm.^ have steadily iucreased year by year, B ' 45**«nrsr~&L '^^/ '^SpS&Sz^ ' II £D^k People found . that the ; Royal's ^^^?^W^^f^Z^^^^^^. Wi$f-WCV\\ To-Day we ate going to make good '^*iiHlil M^&Vr--'-^^ the promises which clinched the ^Jilng ift^^V^tfla^- ' ,3-AJI'i (&alj|Bs£^^^P»j =./&/ fifst sales -nine years ago. We jfftj/^ISxs, -- * J$ * ^^BLs^^^^^iJr^S now offer l? ?.bMy ' ^ack for C^h 8i|||l|C M^C y ^^^^^l^^^f^^ v*^^ ; 1912, at the original prio© — J^^^fefi-' ' ^ ^^^%**!w^?' '^^T^ffl s^ ^Mj&'-& -nft ?js**5*5*''^ : less £8. Thisofler means tha use l ^Mmg ' - ' \*1If »«*?''}' -fiiV- ]||! & %K^IP^iif'Pi «{* ~* /?S than £ I per annum. : Less than Jfpwlbv^ -- '» ,-(*« \*tf-t5''.. '' Sfl' rlft^ Z/*lH$ ft 'Y [ ? ' three varth ngo©.' day for ll^^^^^^^^^^^S^^^V^^^- ...

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

[?] , Mr Thomas Busher passed away in his 70th year at St. Clair's Hos-V pital yesterday morning. The de ceased was {itricken by a paralytic stroke three weeks ago. He was born in Werford County, Ireland, and arrived in this State in his first year, thus making him a resident of 69 years standing. ;From early man hood he has been connected with farming in the Dardanup district. He held the respect of all his neigh bours and a circle of friends extend ing throughout the country. His wife predeceased him six years ago, but three daughters and three sons are left. They are Mrs Depiazzi (WaterlooY ? Mrs Pnnmzzi fKnwa wang), Miss Ellen Busher, Messrs John, Thomas and Henry Busher, resident at Dardanup. The remains will be borne to the R.C. Church, Bunbury, and the funeral will leave the edifice to-day and proceed by road to the family burying plot, at Dardanup cemetery. Messrs W. . Brittain and Son will arrange th« funeral.' ? ' ?

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

fir-'' ~' ,' *- „ '?- 'afc, ',-«'„' ? Y' ' ' ?s^-i1 -t| A 'BB' at Work at Government Gardens, Perth. IMilOE LIST: Withstand. Without Stand ? J-in. Turntable, 3-ft. arms ? £1 ?? 0 £110 i-in. Turntatoe, 6-ft. arms . . ? £1 13 0 £1 5 .0 f-in. Turntable, 9-ft. arms ? -.-.... .. . . .... £2 2 6 £1 14 0 i-in. Turntable, only ................. 12 6 f-in. Turntable, only ? ........ 15 0 — \ ? . Sprays, per pair, 5/- and 5/6. M. A. LANG, High Street, Fremantle, W.A. SOLE MANUFACTURER FOB COUGHS. COLDS. BRONCHITIS AND ASTHMA. Gives instant relief and fortify the lungs against further attacks. ; Nothins bottor to prevent -Colds and Sore Throats. Always have a tia on hand. ALL CHEMISTS. PRICE 1/6 PER TIN. I ALEX. WILSON & £0. Ltd., Malcolm Lane, Sydney. Sole Proprietors | limited. WESTEEN AUSTEALA. ? ' ,, . MARKETS. . .- . :,. .' Associated 'Fruitgrowers' Ltd. .Producers' Markets Ltd., KALGOOELIE. . PEETH. GROWERS. Concentrate your Supplies in Markets owned an.d controlled by the Pro du...

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

Grsenbushes. The local rivals (married and sin gle) again met on Saturday, the 20th - inst, to try conclusions, and the spirit of friendly emulation actuated both, - so that the result was a strenuously contested game throughout. It was the last match of the season between these teams and. it created keen in- -? terest At the start of the last Quar ter, the scores stood 20 points all, so that the interest was sustained to the ^ ?' end, -the singles winning by 16 points ' Mr McClure again gave satisfaction V: as' Central Umpire. Prominent among the single players were: — In- glis (for kicking especially), Allsop, Williams, W Smith, D Garcia (who scored two goals). For the married men, C Giese, Edwards, Carey and C Riley did well:

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GETTING IN AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

GETTING IN AHEAD. Entering a fashionable hairdresser's establishment, the hard-faced' man pro ceeded to open a bulging handbag which- he 'carried. 'This is pomade,' he announced, producing a little white pot. ' 'I am well supplied,' replied the barber, sharply, 'and ? ' '?'This is shaving soap,' went on the stranger, as he held out a little case. 'Yes; but—' julci e 10 oumi; way rum.- t 'Perhaps it is, but I make my own, Juid- ? ' ? 'Here is a moustache fixative. ' . 'I have plenty of it in the ? ',' 'And here are an electric hairbrush,, lavender-water, dry shampoo,, patent razor-strop, and double-strength dye for fading hair.' 'I don't want any of ;them!'? asser ted the barber, as he eyed his visitor angrily. 'I know you don't.' 'Then why have you shown them 1' ? 'Because,' said the man, wearily, as he closed his bag, 'I want to come here for a haircut, and I don't want you to try and palm off any more toilet requisites on me. I have all I want.'

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St Barnabus' Greenbushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

St Barnabus1 Gresnbushes. As anticipated, the annual grand plain and fancy dress ball on the 10th inst., was a huge success in every way, and the financial result very satisfactory. The Miners' Hall was absolutely packed, and visitors from Bridgetown, Balingup and the many couutry centres were there in great force. Quite a gay . and pleas ing effect was made with the -fancy dresses of the various sets and indiv idual costumes. The voting resulted in the 'Witches and Wizard' set, Miss Rhatigan 'Folly' and Mr R. Taylor 'Ragtime', being adjudged winners. Special praise is due to the members of the Ladies' Guild for the excellent work done in catering for the large crowd. As many as six seatings of supper had to be provided, owing to the poor facilities at their disposal. The ladies deserve to publicly thank the donors for many appreciated gifts of refreshments. Dancing was indulged in till early morning hours, * and an exhibition of fancy dancing1 by Miss Muriel! Wilson, a child of ten...

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

— ' ? ? ^*^^'^^^'^*wT^^^^^y'^^^fc™^'™ i *3'MBM^ag3aWB^3aa^BMlili jqataat^t^BMIiMBaWftittttfcSe*' '*'*g»g*a'-irTiiMttaMTi:rn«ii«ai,'' jagmqwaojcayasagBgacaBBs - i_ i ?ftw dh i 1 wtnBnftwOTTrinrwwrii , ? ' .lCLl^J^OJUU-.^-JyiU-^w-4JWJ.MU.J3UaMIllJXJUMPi DISTRICT AGENTS: Bunbury— Robert Forrest; Busselton— P. C. Caruthers ; Donnybrook-C. H. Woodbrook; Bridgetown— H. Lake . Harvey— P.'J. Ward. U *a r-iauii -xt *»r a r7he Oldest Australian Office. Established 184©, - raeao Office tor W.A.; Forrest Chambers, Perth. CH AS. H.OURLEWIS, Resident Secretary. ^— ? ^ ^ A true and practical endorsement that ; shoiiid appeal to sufferers of weak nerves, want of sleep, podr appetite or debility . -* ! NURSE'' D'MfeQAN .writes-: that .? she has .,; .. be^n residing1 in WaverleyT6r':14yc£.ars and in business . th§r$,.'; Her© I©1 her ,;':' ;. ? ? testimony '^?-'/I ! 95 Cowper Street. Wavcrley :^ .'. CEMENTS TONIC LTD. ^»».»» | , ' 'lam sending you permi»iion to a«e and advertise as you wish I r^:u :, ...

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

Another Gold Rush MEANS Another Land Boom. PERTH SUBURBAN BLOCKS WILL SOAR. HERE ARE A KEW. GEI IN NOW. THESE ARE ALL GUARANTEED SPLENDID POSITION BLOCKS. LOOK AT THESE. (1) Three Lobs each 5 acres. The lot £7o cash, £90 terms — £i5 down and £5 peY month. Single lots pro rata. (2) Nine J acre Lots right at Station. The lot £l8ocash. Terms (each lot) £25^-^2 down and 3cs. per month. (3) Four ideal Residential Blocks. No better offering ; each $ ac. The lot £100 cash. Terms (each- lot) £30— £5 down and 3os. month. (4) One block, lac. 2r. 32per., splendid soil.- £25 cash, or terms £So— £5 down and 3os. per month. (5) One =1-. acre lot, two froiftages. j£lo ? oash\ or -terms £ 1 4— £2 down and £ I monthly. . ALL THIS LAND IS'EESS THAN 7 MILES FROM PERTH G.P.O. REASON FOR SELLING : OWNER LEAVING 'W. A. Write for particulars— '-.-.?_ ' SUBURBAN.-This^Offlce. ^ The 'Bunbury Herald' is the only deal paper supplying the Latest Cable Newes. :

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

TIT XS El HAVE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF UP-TO-DATE IN THE WEST. . ? v ? SPECIAL PRICE £48. Immediate Delivery on Trucks, Perth. NO. 12i SPECIAL FLEXIBLE STEEL HIGH TENSILE GALVAN ' ISED FENCING WIRE, ? £48 TON. GALVANISED BARBED WIRE, 14 GAUGE, ? 57/6 COIL. NEW ZEALAND FLAX. REAPER AND BINDER TWINE, 8d. lb. Harness the Cheap Power of the Wind ? ? Talk about utilizing our natural re sources! Why not make the wind lift water for you? Why not water your .. stock automatically? % _, Metters* Windmills go as long as there is a breath of Aviud. They are going when others ars ;.. stopped. ' .???'??/ , They work 24 hours per day and ask . . duly for a drop of oil every now and . then. MADE IN YOUR OWN STATE BY BIBTTfiRS Ltd., Perth 139 Earraok St. & Centra! Hreade, Perth l|^ TREES Our Cabbages and other Plants and Seeds are unexcelled. Lucerne, Subterraneum, Clovers, and other Fodder Grasses. ' Everthing for the Garden. Stocks Always on Hand. NARRQGIft TRADING AND AGENCY 'CO., Dist...

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