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CALIFORNIA FEARS JAPS. Washington, September 26 [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 27 September 1919
CALIFORNIA FEARS JAPS. Washington, September 26 Alleging that Japan was violating the present agreement, the State of California has urged the House im migration Committee to adopt the Australian policy of complete exclu sion. If further admissions were allowed, the Pacific Coast would be come a Japanese Province. The question was purely economic and not racial. Figures showed that at the present rate of immigration, the United States at the end of this cen tury would have a Japanese popula tion in excess of ten millions.
Balingup. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
Balingup, Coming Events. Agricultural Society, general mem bers' meeting, Thursday, Oct. 2nd, at 8 pm. , Annual meeting of shareholders, Co operative Society, (general public invited) Saturday, Oct, 4th, 8 p.m . Monthly trophy, Rifle Club,. Sunday, Oct. 5th, 1.30 p.m. Mrs H. Bond, who left for Green bushes last week, will be much missed here, where she has resided for many years. Corporal and Mrs E. Collins are here on a visit. Mr Collins enlisted from this district, where he was formerly a well known timber worker. We regret having to record that Miss Lena Bond was unable to assist at the Welcome Home on the 27th September, owing to an accident when driving to the Hall. Both shafts of the sulky were broken and the occupants thrown out. Fortun ately, bruises and shock represented the extent of the damage, and after temporary repairs the journey was resumed. Mrs J. F. Wallace raised quite a nice little sum at the Welcome Home on Saturday last by the sale of pansy: buttonholes. The pr...
Eight Hours' Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
Eight Hours9 Da$ Sports. The committee have drawn up the following programme for Monday, 27th inst. A procession, headed by the City Band will leave the Federal Hotel at 10 a.m., and march, via Spencer Street and the principal thoroughfares of the town, to the Recreation Ground, where the Sports' Meeting will be held. Three prizes are offered for the procession, viz : best Traders, best decorated, and most original turnouts. The events to be contested upon the grounds will include the following handicaps: Sheffield £5; 100 yards £$\ Sprint £2', 1 miles Bicycle ,£5 ; 1 mile ,£3 ; \ mile £2 ; High Jump £1. Entrance and acceptance for wheel races 2/ and 1/ ; other events 1/6 and 1/. School boys, returned soldiers and Fire Brigade races will also be upon the programme. Also items for married and single ladies and old buffers, in addition to a tug war, slow bicycle race, sleeper race, kicking the football, throwing at wicket etc. Messrs Prosser and Halkyard are appointed handicappers and...
Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
Social and Personal. ? ^ ? , Mr Mervyn Gardiner, of Green wood Farm, Ferguson, who was suffering from ordinary influenza, is now convalescent. We are glad to state that the popular secretary of the Agricultural Society, Mr F. J. Hamilton, has greatly benefited by his stay at Kalamunda. Mrs Mervyn Gardiner is at present staying with her aunt, Mrs Wilson, Upper Preston. Mr J Carroll is acting as secretary for Mr F J Hamilton during the latter's absence. Mr J Shortell brought his little son Jack in from Donnybrook on Monday. The laddie is now in hos pital suffering from rheumatic fever. Mrs Lincoln Trobridge, who has been holidaying at Preston, has now returned to Greenwood House, Fer guson. We are glad to record the Bishop Elect of Kalgoorlio is expected to leave the Isolation Hospital to-day. Mrs Cecil Andrews, of Perth, is the guest of Mr and Mrs St Barbe More The Rev Mr Moorhouse, late Rec tor of South Bunbury, 13 visiting the town.. , . . . Mr Alex Smith, who managed the Commercia...
A CORRECTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
A CORRECTION. To the Editor. Sir, — Those who read your report, in the ' Herald' of September 27th, of my speech in Synod on ' Wom en's work in the Church must have gasped with astonishment. Will you allow me to make the following cor rections.— I am reported as saying — ? (a) V There were several instances in the Old Testament of women hav ing taken part in the Councils of the Church.' I never mentioned the 6 Id Testament, neither did I say that women had taken part in Church Councils at any. time, I stated that the idea was quite unhistorical. (b) ' It was utterly impossible from the Church's point of view that women should become members of the Church.' Millions of women have been and are members of the Church What I said was that it is impossible to admit .women to the Sacred Minis try of the Church, (c) ' It is poss ible that if women were admitted into Synod they would overrule the men.' I never used the word 'over- rule,' I argued that if it were possible -for women to be ele...
LYRIC THEATRE. To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
LYRIC THEATRE. . To The Editor. Sir— My business brings me into Bunbury at regular intervals, and I spend the evenings at the Lyric Theatre. ' Movies ' is correct in calling it a bare, desolate place, quite out of the running, the seating an abomination. Stephen Street is go ing to be, in the very near future, the street. There is a good thing on for some body who owns a site there. Granolithic floor, smoking allowed and the place would be crowded; — Yours etc., ; 'COMMERCIAL.' Sir — ' Movies ' is quite right. The Lyric Theatre is a draughty, cold looking, cheerless place, nothing attractive except the pictures— aad there is no convenience for mothers with prams. A while ago, I could put my pram in a room, but it has been shut up, the Manager told me it was closed by order of a Trustee, who, seemingly, is not aware that he is making the place uncomfortable fpr everybody'. If a new Theatre is built do not forget a place for the prams. — Yours etc., 'A MOTHER.' „? Bunbury, 29th Septem...
The Musical Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
Tha |y§I@il tesM. ? J-s. ? . . Thursday last Baw an almost record house at the Lyric Theatre, when the cirnival arranged by the ' Town Topics '' and Bunbury Dramatic Olub was-staged. A howling half gale did not deter the public from attending, and those who braved the elements were more thin rewarded by the excellence - of the entertainment. Evidently Bunbury has found a horn organiser in the person of Mr&arry Betteridge who set out, from the beginning, to make this effort a success, and his efforts should cheer the hearts of the rowing men, for the proceeds will greatly augment the funds for the purchase of boats. The stage decorations were beautiful and thi9 was mainly due to the floral effects arranged by Mrs Styles and the MisseB Seabrooke and Woodruffe and the lighting arrangements by Dick Anderson and. Don Swanson. Meeara 0. and H. Looke helped great ly by their kindly loan of some most artistio furniture. Before saying nice things of the performance it might be as wel...
BALINGUP ROAD BOARD. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
BALINGUP ROAD BOARD. To the Editor Sir, — Defeated on all points, 'A Poor Cocky', in to-day's issue makes such an inane remark as 'get his hair off', and accepts two challenges I never made. 'Cocky's' ignominious climb-down over his dastardly insult to 'Grazier's' supporters presages further withdrawals. 'Cocky's' wild assertions mostly concern trivialities which he raises to obscure the issue, i.e., the loss of Balingup's only choice reserve and the attempt to recover it. 'Cocky', who seems to have a cer tain amount of inside information, has only to disclose the method by which the reserve was lost in order to hastenits recovery. For 20 years the Board protected the reserve, and on 30th November voted unanimous ly to retain it as a reserve. In less than a fortnight it was open for sale. How was it done, Cocky ? The Road Board being ignored, the lead ing residents petitioned the Minister, ?and the sale of the reserve was can celled. Meantime, the engineer again got busy ; the third...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
Reports. — The foreman reported that he had occupied a fortnight re pairing the main road, bad erected a water trough at S. Greenbushes well, and temporarily repaired the damage to a culvert on Westlington road. He supervised tbe lighting of street lamps, which were now in fair order, but he thought these should be lighted earlier. The report was received, and he was instructed to put the culvert on Westlington road in good order, and attend to necess ary repairs to Station road and S.W. Gully roads. Finance. — Treasury, Cr., 14/9, Bank, Dr., £26, in hand, if 3/18/8. .. General Business.— Resolved that a tie up rail be erected in front of the ?Board Office. Vehicle Lights. — Resolved that secretary ask Constable Ford to take action in all cases against persons driving without lights. Accounts. — Accounts £15/14/11 were passed for payment. Do not worry about Galvanised Iron being scarce and the price ridi culousiy high. The NARROGIN TRADING & AGENCY CO; LTD. have the Agency f...
Rifle Notes. CAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919
Rifle Hotel. CAPEL. . In my last notes, I omitted to state that we had 25 members on the range on- the occasion in question, but, knowing how 'valuable your space is on Wednesdays, I only Bent along the 15 best scores. I mention this in justice to the members of the club, which bids fair to be one of the most successful in the State. On Sunday last, there was a muster of 23, when the shoot was for the usual spoon and club aggregate. Tho weather was, unfortunately, again unfavourable. The Spoon was' won by Mr E. J. Summers. The highest seords were : — 300 600 Hp Tl E Summers... 28 31 10 67 F Roberts ... 31 32 4 67 G-E Payne ... 30 29 7 66 G Payne ... 30 .27 8 65 W Roberts ... 30 29 6 65 , ^McCprmack v 23-27 d4 , 64 ^W Jones ... 24: 30 ? ?? 9 G$[, H Hiittdn ... 19:; 22 :22 63 ^ W Delapdrte -; « 23 26 i 14 63 ?-- E.Dyer ... 26: 31 ; 4 61: ) R Scott ... 21 ; 33 7 61 ; Higgins ... 265 29 -4 59.. -A Moore ... 27-23 - 9 59^ W Hutton ... 24 23 12 59