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ILLAWARRAS AS DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

ILLAWARRAS AS DAIRY CATTLE. The tests taken in connection with the Kiama Show (says ah exchange) places 'the Illawarra cow another little step higher in the estimation of her friends. For the cow giving best results in three tests, extending over a period of 180 days — and completing final test fourteen clear days before the show, the rpsiilrs -wIpva. ? p. T? nt-u+;nW-» Buttercup II.. first March test, 52.61b. milk per day; butter fat, 2.7891b. ; com mercial butter per week, 19.5091b.. The average for. three tests in the year was 37.41b. milk per day, butter fat, 2.0251b., commercial butter per week 14.1731b . C . R . Chittick 's Ethel, second, average for three tests, 371b. milk per day, 1.8041b. 'butter fat per day, commercial butter 12.6281b. Class B (cow with not less than six perma nent teeth), producing the most butter over the required standard of 121b. per week) the results were:— G. Grey's Cinderella, first, with 3.8631b. butter fat per day; 27.0411b. per' week, com mercial...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A GREAT FRIESIAN RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

A GREAT FRIESIAN RECORD. The rapid rate at which a small start of pure-bred Friesian ; cattle grows into money is illustrated by the herd belonging to the University of Missouri. . ' In 1902 the expert who had recently taken charge of the Dairy Depart ment of the Agricultural College, was allowed £120 to start a herd of Friesi ans. This small sum, of course, went arther than it would now. Four bred heifers were purchased. One of these, after having a bull calf, proved to be unsatisfactory, and was sold with her calf. Not a single fe male has been purchased since that time, and all the herd is descended from the three cows. Up to the pre sent there has been sold surplus stock to the amount of £2,394 cash, and there are on hand 43 females, the in ventory value of which is £3,230. In the herd descended from these cows have been developed six cows that have produced over, 20,000 lbs. of milk in a year, four of them having butter records above 8001bs., one of them holding the State recor...

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLEANING SUEDE SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

CLEANING SUEDE SHOES. The other day a shoemaker gave .me a useful hint about the cleaning of suede shoes which is worth passing on. As so many people know t'o their cost, the leather, after a while, be comes badly soiled, and the shoes look too untidy to wear, long before they are worn out. The remedy is found m tne use or sanu-paper. Get two grades one' of the (finest &oit obtainable, and the other of a ra the-r coaiser quality. . First of all, rub the spots with the coarse paper until they disappear. Then go over the places with the finer-grained paper until the extreme roughness is taken away. People who h?ve not tried this plan will be astonished at the good results se cured.

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REMOVING FRESH FRUIT STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

REMOVING FRESH FRUIT STAINS. If a fruit stain can be treated whilst it is. still moist it is not at all difficult to remove it with cold water. When possible it is a good plan to hold the article under a running tap and the mark will speedily disap pear. If tbo stain has dried, as so often happens, hot water should be applied. It is n very great J'listake to use soap, seeing that the alkali in it fre quently ' sets the colour of the stain and tends to make it a permanency. It is best to apply the hot water in this way. Stretch the material across a basin and tben pour the hot water on to the spot. After a vl*:le the mark yields, and it may often' be finally rinsed away with cold -fvater. If after the treatment there is still a slight stain that refuses to yield, this may usually be removed by bleaching. Apply a small amount,, of fresh lem*n juice ty the spot and then, expose to the sun, when the mark sooii disappears.

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

Have you seen the 19 19 Osborne Binder Catalogue and Price List ? - - If not, send for one immediately. There is A REASON WHY, W© are Sole Agents for— . 'OSBORNE' Binders, Mowers, Rakes. 'SHEARER' Strippers, Harvesters, Plows, Harrows. '^B-A-GSHAW ' Ohaffcutters, Corncrushers, Winnowers, ?^ Kerosene and Benzine Engines. « PITT ' British-Built Oil Engines. 'NEW HAMILTON' Spring Tine Cultivators. ''MITGiHtfLL' Drills, Plows, Harrows. ; ?£?'? ''- ??'? ' ???' ? ' ? :' ' - ??-? -ji'v Writ© for Illustrated Catalogues arid Price Lista. 9 I V.V ^flalllHg ilPls /i- ti.fi sSG-ttj 1 yl 111* THE ONE SHEEP DIP which did not ask*-r. and did not need ' 3u1II1-J^-l ? °,!i'Z!l,_.:l... , Tariff Protection wa8 the AUSTRALIAN Mancfactofes ? The makers ave quite content for it to stand against the imported article ? On ITS MERITS. ?''???? We are sole agents in Western Australia for ROYAL SHEEP DIP. Full stocks are now available 1 jtoujii- i'JL.mjj .immm Stock and Station Agents, Warwick House, St. Georg...

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

A thoroughly tested and proved Fast Colour Wash Fabric, ' shown' 'iii plain colours, fancy checks, stripes, and spot designs. . An Ideal Fabric for ' Morning Frocks, Holiday Wear, Sporting, Tennis* Yachting, Seaside, etc. . ^£0 JAY BEE is guaranteed fast 'to the* severest sun, to sea water or to . sea air. ' Nothing, positively nothing yet shown c 1 to equal this beautiful Fabric. ' , A Full Range of Patterns will be posted on application. Keenly Priced, 28 inches wide, ? ' ? 2/3 / *. / ? SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY ' ' The House of

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

, i Rumor !f^2Slf^^niJ \YrSI \r^)/ Z ^any, ^o°k owners may j.'Ji '^'^^^^^^^S?5^ ? _^ // /^)7|i ***' i bility is without any foun- '^'^fe--**-^ '*~ // |1|||/ § I ? A shortage oF.imported clips need have no effect on «H| » ''ir^J/ % 1 supplies whatever, for Australia now produces in ^^*rf' | l^fej POWDER SHEEP DIP I ?^iggl^^ An ARSENICAL DIP of the HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUALITY -chemi- H gs '1/^*^5^»^ colly and physically equal to the best dip hitherto imported — and which fa |g||| W$fM I can he supplied to meet all Australasia's needs I liliiilirallliil I 'Vallo' dipped flocks are already speaking eloquently as to the relia- 11 ^^^^yi^^K^^S* bility of this compound — proving bytheir wool yield, wool quality and H ^y&j&ivSsSi! all-round improved conditions that 'Vallo' Powder Sheep Dip -s not ra 5^* !-9«lF«ey§pyH^ on'y effect'vet DUt longest lasting in its destructive action.against Ticks, « sS^S^!**^ vS^l^jii Lice and other sheep infesting vermin ; reduces Fly Strike to a ...

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THE ASSOCIATED FRUIT-GROWERS' REPORT. (By Wire.) Kalgoorlie, Friday, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

THE ASSOCIATED F3UIT GROWERS' REPORT. . . (By Wire,) Kalgoorlie, Friday, September 26. The Associated Fruitgrowers, Ltd, report as follows : — Heavy supplies of' citrus to hand ; Apples on the short side, Rokewoods touching 2ls ; Vegetable supplies were light with the exception of Cabbage; Poultry short, prime Gobblers touching 48s, Apples, Tates 25s, Granny Smiths 21s, Dohertys 2 Is, Dunns 22s, Roke woods 17s to 21s ; Oranges, dumps, Navels, 14s, flats 8s to lid, Mandar ines, 9s to lls 6d ; Lemons 6s to 9s ; Capegooseberries Gjd ; Loquats, prime 16s, others 8s to 10s 6d ; Tom atoes, arriving, mostly on the erreen side, 13s to 18s ; Potatoes, new dug 35s, country 26s ; Cabbage to 16s, inferior 5s to lls 6d; Peas to 7d ; French Beans to lOd ; Broad Beans 4|d; Pumpkins 22s ; Swedes 12s 6d; Onions 28s'; Poultry, prime Gobblers to 45s, others 30s to 35s ? Hens 26s., light 14s upwards;- Cockerels to lls 3d, light 8s to 9s 6d ; Hens, heavy to 10s, light 6s to 9s; 'Ducks to lls; Butter uns...

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Bunbury Traders' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Bunbury Traders' tocia iion. ? ^ ? There was an excellent rally of members at the adjourned meeting on Wednesday evening, Mr Geo; Tipping presiding. An. apology from Mr Arthur North, secretary, now absent in Perth was received. Correspondence re lights ^nd the post office 'vestibule, and the delay in connecting new telephones was read. The settlement of the first matter has already been published in. our columns, and in regard to the latter, the postmaster wrote stating that shortage of material was the cause of any delay. Mr'J. Boulden said that the day after the Traders sent in their ? complaint his telephone had been fixed. Election of Officers. — Mr Kaeshag en iQ proposing Mr Geo. Tipping for re-election as president, said that he felt the members were unanimous in wishing Mr Tipping to again take office, as during the last six. months the Association had beiiefitted by his untiring energy -and sound advice. Mr H. Tenoweth seconded the motion. and said that he could thor oughly ...

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Lyrie Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. To-day. — ' Fatal Ring,' episode 4 ; ' Little Miss Nobody,' Em. Gordon. Sunday. — ' Less than Kin,' Wal lace Eeid. Monday — '? A Desert Wooiug,' Enid Beuuetfc ; ' His Own Home Town,' Charles Ray. Wednesday. — ' Virtuous Wives,' Arifta Stewart. ?,-?;*? ? Friday.—' Like- Wild. Fire,' Her bert Rawliuson. ? .' Saturnay. — ' The First Law,' Irene Castle ; ' Fatal Ring,' episode 5. Wednesday October 8th will start the ' Houdini ' series.

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. HUNT CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

SPORTING.' ' HERALD ' SELECTIONS. HUNT CLUB MEETING. Beagle Purse.— Mac Meryl 1, Fire low 2, Amiens 3. Tally Oh Plate.— Lady Nefca.l, Cool Cheek 2, Extortion 3. Hunt Club Cup. — Shearwater 1, Remus 2, Amiens 3. Tally Ho Purse (1st division.)- — Proud 1, Loch Vie 2, Golden Lady 3. Tally Ho Purse (2nd division.) — - Blue Lady 1, Frog Song 2, Non plussed 3. Beagle Purse. — Spalato 1, Wall Plate 2, Pantile 3. Fremantle Handicap.. — Devil's Wing 1, Hardy Norseman 2, J Outlaw Knight 3.

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Donnybrook Memorial Hall. HIS EXCELLENCY LAYS THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

Dennyisrook Memorial Hall. HIS EXCELLENCY LAYS THE FOUNDATION STONE. Donnybrook was en fete on Wed nesday last and despite a leaden sky and frequent showers a very large I gathering, representative of the town and surrounding districts, assembled to welcome his Excellency and Lady, I Ellison-Macartney and also to take* part in the .ceremony . of laying the foundation of the new hall which is to be erected to the honour and memory of those who enlisted from Preston district. Upon the arrival of the Vice Regal train the distinguished visitors were met and welcomed by the chairman and members of the Preston Road Board I and other representative bodies. The party were 'then motored to the site of the hall, the lead being taken by Mr V. 0. Mitchell with His Excellen I cy and Lady Ellison-Macartney. On arrival the Governor was received by a eruard of honour coniDOsed of Bov Scouts and, beforo ascending the diag, stopped to speak a kindly word of encourapmenfc to the lads. Mr J. Egan, chai...

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IN PERTH. Perth Last Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

INPERTH Perth Last Evening. Up to 2 p.m. to-day, there were 10 fresh cases of influenza and two at Fremantle. Country . reports show -22 'fresh cases, with' the following deaths '? — Narrogin 4, Collie, 'Gerald ton and Westonia one each.' A welcome to the new rector, the Rev. Reuben Coverdale, will be held at St. David's Church, South Bun bury, on Wednesday evening.

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Feast of our Lady of Mercy in Bunbury. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

52 Feast of our Lady of Mercy in Bunbury, Last Wednesday was the feast of the Patroness of the local convent and tlie Sisters of Mercy. The order is called after the Blessed Virgin under the title of Our Lady of Mercy. This institution, the Sisters of' Mercy, though only ninety years established, is spread throughout the English speaking: world. Archdeacon Smyth speaking on its origin and development last Sunday, explained that there were conventry of the order from the Artie to the Antartic Oceans, through the length and breadth of the great continent of America, throughout the British Isles, Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, India and Africa. In each one of these countries the Feast of our Lady of Mercy is ' solemnly kept on every recurring year.' This year the feast ceremonies commenced a week previous to the 24th of September in .Bunbury, and on the morning of the Feast the church was well filled, while the children's choir rendered the Holy Mass in Latin. It was a most im p...

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

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

Envelopes, Luggage Labels, Bill heads, Circulars, Writing Pads, Dance Tickets, Ball Programmes, Visiting Cards, printed at the Bunbury Herald office. Write forjquotes. * ? 0*& '*?''? '???'??? ?'?'?' ? -??- ? '..*?&'.'?*?' '£ ?- ?ft^feaBSBiaiiaitttt^ JI&imiimgL. FffiriE Newest and Most Favoured -^ Jilk *®s^^% I Fashions are now being displayed /MltM0y^ B I in our Showrooms. They come U k^.+gnifk yMrjIfr if \ % ^ us reflecting the leading styles ^^^^M^^W^W/ ffj\ | worn in the foremost fashion centres ^~Z^$$M 7 1/ W/Mmm \ J -rich. «,e and refined. l&g I |f KflgUA § Here you will find the ^Bf a ipfliF If I ! Latest Millinery Modes, ft J^H ¥M \ Newest Costume Styles. MWVWl&f I Beautiful Blouses & Lingerie Mr w' Ws£m I Dainty Neckwear Novelties, ^Tli^^S Exquisite Silks and 1 ||| JF Dress Fabrics. ? 1 LH 11 ' We cordially invite your inspection lull Mull »'f|| of these New Season's Goods— come I ill Win 111! - and see the daintiness of design...

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

Yaiioop. (From our Correspondent.) The event of the week was, of course, the arrival of the American Boys, and the very enjoyable pro gramme they submitted for public approval in the local hall The public did approve of their juven ile effort, and the Sons of Uncle Sam must have been decidedly Dleased with their responsive and ? appreciat ive audience. Yarloop was very hospitable indeed to the strangers, and no difficulty was experienced in housing and entertaining the large party. To music lovers the jazz band must have been a revelation. To us it sounded like the last tning in sweet discordant harmony. There are some stories of a certain kangar oo, also a recent arrival in the district, that refused to submit to the wiles of the American camera man. He must have been a patriotic little beast, as we have no doubt an Aus tralian photographer with an Aus tralian camera, would have cajoled him into a graceful pose with a suave and coaxing gesture indicating, as it were, 'a little more...

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THE FEDERAL ARENA. Melbourne, Last Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919

THE FEDERAL ARENA. ? « ? Melbourne, Last Evening. In the House of Representatives to-day, Mr Hughes obtained leave to bring in a Bill to amend Section 51 j of the Constitution. This indicates j an election referendum early in December. The Prime Minister gave an em phatic ' No ' to a aeries of questions' by Mr Uatts as to whether he (Hugh es) was to be appointed to represent Australia in London- at £10,000 per annum, Sir Joseph Cook to become leader of the Nationalists, Mr Watt High Commissioner at £5000 per annum, Senator Millen High Com missioner in America at ,£5000.

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

Is It Voor Kidneys ? ? ; — « ? DON'T MISTAKE THE CAUSE OF YOUR TROUBLES. Many people never suspect their kidneys. If suffering from a lame, weak or aching back, they think that that is only a muscular weakness ; when urinary trouble sets in, they think it will soon correct itself. And so it is with all the other symp toms of kidney disorder. That is where danger often lies. You should realise that these troubles often lead to dropsy or Bright's disease Ah effective remedy for weak or disord ered kidneys is Doan's Pills. Read this experience x ? Mrs J Glencross, Rose Street, Sth Bunbury, says : 'For some time I suffered from kidney trouble, the chief symptoms being backachs, dropsical swellings round my ankles, dizzy attacks and a dull, tired feeling that I could not shake off. ' No one knows what I went throughj and I often felt too ill to move. My back was very painful and every sudden movement sent a twinge through my kidneys like the stab of a. knife. I tried various remedies, bu...

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