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THE SHIPPING TROUBLE. Sydney, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

THE SHIPPIHS TROUBLE. Sydney, September 30. Whether Australian owned vessels whioh trade along the coast will again be thrown idle by the seamen depends on a vote whioh is te be taken at a mass meeting this afternoon. With a view to olearing up the issue before taking: any drastic action, Mr BWalsb. and the whole of the Federal Execu tive Council are coming to Sydney. After the meeting, the officials of the Sydney branoh Executive will attend a mass meeting of. members. Mr Raeburn states that'several owners of small boats have agreed to all the conditions, but two of the bigger lines of coastal vessels have refused. This* will all come before the men to-morrow.

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

Local ui Sgnsrai, . ? o Upper Black wood Show. — The date for the Upper Blackwood Show has been fixed for the 27th November. Further particulars will appear in a future issue. Leases Forfeited. — John Beech atn's Nelson Lease 29135/55 (245 acres) and Percy Strickland's 29440/ 55 (17 acres) have been declared forfeited for non payment of rent. Burekup Fancy Dress. — Lovers of dancing are assured of a pleasurable night on Friday next, when the Bure kup Progress Association hold their annual ball. This district is famed for its jollity and hospitality, and visitors always speak in praise of an evening spent there. London Wool Sales — Dalgety & Company Ltd., advise having receiv ed the following cablegram from their London Office under date of the 24th inst : — 'Wool sales contin ued animated and very firm. Bel gian, American and French buyers are buying freely, especially the Bel gians. Coarse crossbreds decidedly dearer. Up to 65d has been paid for New South Wales greasy wool ...

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The Bunhury Herald WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1. THE LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

The Bunbury Herald WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1. ~ THE LEADER. every decent, well-fed editor thinks it his duty to spread himself inkily over copy-paper from time to time. The subscribers don't read his lucub rations, or, having done so, remark : ' He's a smart chap,' or ' the man's a damfool ' as the arguments please! them or otherwise. But, what matter, mes enfants ! If everyone agreed with you there would be no need to write anything, and, glory be, what a rotten old world it would be. Well, Wve filled up this much space, and have not the foggiest notion as to what subject to write on. Indeed, so tar, we have not even given the article a heading. How would ' the Lead er ' do ? Good as any other I \^e pause here to put £&© aforesaid w Aj 4 the Leader ' as a headline. How jver, we're still stuck so we'll growl s,t someone. All leader writers do I that in dull times. Now, when you want a good growl let go at the Government. Most Governments have no friends. Jimmy Mitchell's party ha...

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Dardanup [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

Dardanup (From Our Correspondent) iiimmii nlll ?] The Donnybrook football team journeyed to Dardanup on Saturday last and met the Ferguson team. The game was a fast and open one, and in spite of a very strong wind some good play was v.'itnessed. Mr Bostock, the crack Bunbury Associa tion umpire, was in charge of the all. Ferguson won the ,toss and elected to play with the wind, and as was anticipated managed to obtain a gnod lead ; combined and stubborn defence in the second quarter1 pre vented the Donnybrook team from making up much leeway. The third quarter, with the wind still blowing strongly in their favour, gave the Ferguson team such a lead that the Donnybrook men found themselves facing the last quarter in a practic ally hopeless position ; the final scores were : — Ferguson, 7 goals 7 behinds ; Donnybrook, 3 goals 7 be hinds. I understand this is the first defeat sustained by the Donnybrook team this season. The return match is to be played at Donnybrook next Saturday, when...

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South Bunbury "Diggers" TAKE A HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

[?] TAKE A HAND. At an enthusiastic and well attend ed meeting of returned soldiers held at the Federal Hotel on Friday evening last it was unanimously decided to form a South Banbury branch of the R.S.A. A long list of of intending members was handed in at the meeting. The minutes of the meeting are as follows. On the motion of Mr Riohardsac, seconded by Sir Swanson, Mr P. MoKenna was elected chairman o£ the meeting. : In opening the meeting th'tT chair* man expressed pleasure in the eothaQ» iasm and good attendance of tfeo meeting, despite the foot that thero were two counter ottraofcionB. namely, a boat in port on which a aumbsr of returned men were working, and the concert of the American boys at the Lyric Theatre. However, toe attend* ance that evening gave adequate proof of the objeot of the meeting— the formation of a South Bunbury branch of the R.S.A. On the motion of Mr Kroebsr, seoonded by Mr Grieve, Mr Smith was elected seoretary pro, tern. In a brief speech Mr Smith, so ...

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Repatriation Problems. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

Repatriation Problems. An interesting letter, dated Eng land, 19th June, has been received from Captain S M Bruce, M.P., M.C. Croix de Guerre, by John Leckie, M.H.R., who has been attending to the political affairs of the Flinders electorate during the Captain's ab sence abroad. Prior to his departure from the Commonwealth, Captain Bruce ex pressed hisintention of making a close study of Repatriation problems in America, Canada and the United Kingdom, and of seeking information upon the work of Repatriation for ! he help and guidance of the Department in the Commonwealth. To this end, Captain Bruce was at considerable pains to acquire a first-hand know ledge of the organization and work of the Repatriation Department in Aus tralia. He not only visited the Head quarters and the Victorian State Branch, making exhaustive enquiries and copious notes upon the organiz ation and the working out of the scheme, but he met in conference upon more than one occasion the members of his large Loc...

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Lyric Theatre. THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

[?] THE WEEK'S PROGRAMME. To-day.~u Virtuous Wives', Anita Stewart. Friday.— « Like Wild Fire,' Her. bert Rawlinson. Saturday. — ' The First Law,' * Irene Castle ; ' Fatal Ring,'* episode 5. - Wednesday October 8th will start the ' Houdini ' series.

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Donnybrook. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

Donnfbi'GQk, Coming Events. 1st October, 8 p.m., Children's Fancy Dress Bail. ' ' 3rd October, 8 p.m., American Boys' Entertainment. 4th October, 8 p.m., Preston Produc ers' Smoke Social A. word or two abpnt the dinner at which his Excellency, the Governor, was entertained Iwill not be out of place. First of all permit us to heartily congratulate Mrs Pittman on the excellence of the table decora tions, and the sumptuous nature of the repast put on. It could not have been excelled at any hotel in the State. After the loyal toast, the chairman, Mr Egan, proposed that of his Excellency, to which the latter suitably responded. Mr F. S. Smith then gave the 'Army and Navy' and Colonel K Brazier replied. An impressive silence followed, when Mr P. E. Port asked those oresent to ris* as a mark of respect to those who would never return. Mr V. O. Mitchell proposed 'Parliament' V ' 'which was responded to by the Bons . E. M. Clarke, J. Ewing and E. Rose, M's.L.C, and W. G. Pickering, M.L.A.- H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

FOR THE Supplies of Meggitts Crushed Linseed Meal just to hand. Special Price for Quantities. Also Leslie Famous Salt Licks Is 9d per block. We casi Qia©te you Special Price® t or — Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, etc. Millet Seed, Soudan Grass, Maize, H.R. Lucerne Seed. Are, known throughout the South-West. ?:Ewy; Leading Llsie Stosk©sL Cotmtry Qt4®m Reeehre.Pfeosipt ind Skilled Attention. - v -WE KEEP ONLY' THE -BEST. f ih«i' i I... y'u. ' -i ..'.-ii..',-li,l.»i,l.Jii'wm.i».i-ui.,,,ww'.rf»w,.ji.',:l-JW.^l.-L'-» J. Mdnkli©nse$ ¥ ictoria .Street, itfiikiry. 'PhogarSO. ? ? J(Late Monkhouse and Hanson) \ La*ge;Sl@sIffi« Low Pffie@s. Pranipt-=-Ddtv»r y. . .Speftcer Street, Swtfa^Btisilbiify, ? . . ? ? -? I-Pnonq ?161. ? ' ... - ;- , , . U ' ~ '? ?Are ' ? ?? ... Offered Delicious BREAD by ^ BAKBR, Whit© Eoad, Bunbury. - FIs5©, Aeoicterats and Marine. Every Ola s& of Insurance effected at lowest current rates. i W. S. HALES, Local Representative, Bunbury. Scarbor® Higiiiattds 1 Qy^BB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 1 October 1919

-9 '_ , . ? Spring . '^^^w Season, ' -. Ww^ E^wsaRE Newest and Most Favoured 1^ J|k «as&ttt. I Fashions are now being displayed . /lipi^ftl^^ m I in our. Showrooms. They come ti ^^^^j^n^^^^g lff\ m m us reflecting the leading styles ' lX&^ffiffl\fflf//f Mi A I worn in the foremost fashion centres ^£^$'1/$ $/ ,f W//ft/'§Ml\ \ I — rich, rare and refined. wNzll^ %vWlf^jiJ\ : Here you will find the ^#7# ifl-^^^7r^ J Latest Millinery Modes, ^Y^( fd Newest Costume Styles. MMAM ' Beautiful Blouses & Lingerie m% Wt^i ; Dainty Neckwear Novelties, ? ?yi|||a::g^^| I Exquisite Silks and 1 li- W \ ? ^ress fabrics. ifiBl ? I -I We cordially invite your inspection lillllin lilt i of these New Season's Goods— come 1 ill \H\\ ? [f if and see the daintiness of design, fault- I lv|| . ftVil [j g less make and high-grade finish of each |||| ll | r g and every article. . \Wm \ vlli '; ® *1\ H Our Noted Values ??. : ^l^^^ffl ,R 1 this Season are, if anything, better than V ^Pvl&am...

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Returned Soldiers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

Returned Soldiers' Association. ♦ — The ordinary meeting was held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening when Mr W Benson presided over an attendance of twelve mem bers. A number of rases dealing with pensions and allotments were dealt with. State Saw Mills.— In reply to the letter of protest sent by the Associ ation regarding the sale of the mills, Mr G C Money M.L.A. pointed out that the sale could not be effected without the consent of parliament. .The Secretary — Mr E Badham, stated that he had interviewed Colon el Tilney and the Chief Clerk for Repatriation re the recent appoint ment of a Secretary to the local Re patriation Committee and the matter was receiving attention. Pension Appeal Cases — The referee upon these cases will hold an enquiry | into all appeals on 22nd inst. All notices of appeal must be lodged-with the secretary on or before Tuesday next, 7th inst. Bunbury Dramatic Club — The president made a strong appeal to all members to assist in the sale of tick et...

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Bunbury Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

Bunbury Raosng Glub. The adjourned annual meeting of the club was held at the Prince of Wales ' Hotel on Monday evening when the, following were present :— - Messrs S. Howard-Bath, president, J. Bolden, J. S. Boulden, A. Richard son, (jr. Lee, L. Johnston, T. Sineeth, H. Sharpe, D. Williams, H. King, F. Pearce and Cyril Birch, secretary. The balance sheet duly audited by Mr E. H. Zollner was adopted. [ -The following officers were elected: — Patron, Mr A. F. Spencer ; presi dent, Mr S. Howard-Bath ; vice-, president, Mr W. L. Thomas ; secret-' ary, Mr C. Birch ; treasurer, Mr W. L. Marsh ; auditor, Mr E. H. Zoll ner; committee. Messrs H. ]. McCombe, H. W. Sharp, D. L. Sine-, lair, J. S. Bouldeu, C. G. Johnston, Jack Bolden, T. J. Smeeth and A. Richardson. The president pointed out that each committeeman had to sign, the guarantees in connection with the club's overdraft. Although, this amounted approximately to £150, there was very little or any risk, as the club held assets, in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

The World's LEADING Cream Separator. Over 1,000,000 in Use i JjB^JBBk The 'Clinker' consists of only a few simple and durable parts Avhieh ^^^=^.lS^^Mf should never require any adjustment or alteration — there are no ball j ^^§P||i|||||H|P^ ? bearings or complicated attachments — and it is so simple and runs so . Tp5f&ss| easily and lightly that a child can work it. The 'Clinker' is equipped jta£kJ3& with an improved self-balancing bowl and special oiling system. All ' Jytiyz?^&t-^ bearings are fitted with renewable bushings 'and there are many other ^rf^^^^^^^, special features aud valuable improvements not to be found in other ^ ^— ^'-^lilk makes of cream separators, ^ ' r^^-^^Wm if - ' WRITE IMMEDIATELY, for, FULL / ' _ IfsSjPl^, PARTICULARS and PRICE LISTS. -: ! j^^^^^jL^I We are Sole Agents for- -_' '?' ? ? j- Bi^PS 'OSBORNE' Binders, Mowers, Rakes. ? ? | - I|1L§|1 I 'SHEARER' Strippers, Harvesters, Plows, Harrows. ; ^i^lt^al - ' BAGrSHAW ' Chaff cutters...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

Another Gold Rai®ta MEANS Another Land Boom. PERTH SUBURBAN BLOCKS WILL SOAR, HERE ARE A FEW. GET IN NOW. THESE ARE ALL GUARANTEED SPLENDID POSITION BLOCKS. LOOK AT THESE. (1) Three Lots each 5 acres. The lot £75 cash, £90 terms — £i5 down and £5 per month. Single lots pro rata. (2) Nine 7 acre Lots right at Stat:on. The lot £l8o cash. Terms (each lot) ??; £25— .£2 down and 3os. per month. (3) Four ideal Residential Blocks. No better offering ; each f ac. The lot £100 cash. Terms (eaoh lot) £30 — £5 down and 3os. month. (4) One block, lac. 2r. 32per., splendid soil. £25 cash, or terms £^0— £5 down and 3os. per month. (5) One 1 acre lot, two frontages. £10 cash, or terms £i4— £2 down and £1 monthly. ALL THIS LAND IS LESS THAN 7 MILES FROM. PERTH G. P.O. REASON|FOR|SELLING : OWNER1JLEAVING ^ W.A Write for particulars— J SUBURBAN,|This Office. . p- . ?_ ~^^% Mm M. DOHERTY f ? Rn&d Arcad®, Sydbs?, | Saved tier from N@f^a j a «tesa£S£s3 ' 'Sea qe3 ©^ Etes^ cefced cae Sow S Shoe;?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

Jts&i CQ)jo)®-fk-0dl . A F*®w Only PROGRAMME IN THIS PAPEE. Back numbers of Periodicals and Comics, Is. doz. Local agent for Wilson -fc Johns Seeds Alfto for Madam* Weigel's Paper Patterns. Anc3ers@n9s Victoria Street, Bunbury 'Phono 114. M Means ?FLORISTS, H@gafgf sa@a. § SEEDS, FEUIT TREES, ;: I ROSES, VINES, TREES, j I CLIMBERS. r; B Only Address : | I 70 ®iy^I^O£ - ST., | I PERTH. I H^WwmWS^p-'-^- ?? ~ - ?' . ...'.''..' -I '. *-' Ilia 'WH8TGS AOTS Eradicated from Houses, Fruit Trees, Vines, etc, by Parnios' White Ant Eradjc&tor. Never fails 10s. and 20a. per tin, Post Pra*. w. a. pyKKOQG, Manufacturer of Furnisa1 Self-Locking Feaclag Droppers (£5 per 108Q), 51 Melbourne-r^id, Perth. Tel. A2631. KQQimmA ILECTRIC ROLLER FLOUR MILL BUNBURY ON SALE by the undersigned— £ 6 d Local Roller Flour, per Con lots... 1 1 10 o . Roller Flour, half-ton lots - ... 6 o o ? Single bag Flouf, 1 5«lbs .. - o i9 0 Half-bag Floar, leslbs ? o 13 o Quarter-bag Plour, Solbj ... 070 ?' 2...

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SPORTING. "HERALD" SELECTIONS. HELENA VALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

SP0RT1H8. ? v - ?? - 'HERALD' SELECTIONS. HELENA VALE RAGES. - Hurdles.— ^-Shearwater, 1 ; Ravel t 2; Remus 3. ? ?- First Class Plate — Lord Stratbburg 1 VBernlea 2, Locktnaster 3. ' Second Class Plate— Betty Burke, 1 ; Cantilever, 2 ; Epsilon, 3. October Handicap — Le Lac, 1 ; Tom Castro, 2 j Rivose 3. * Third Class Plate— Frog Song, 1 ; Nonplussed, 2 ; AU Colours 3. Welter — Oamnaary, 1 ; Fulltone, 2 y Drumont, 3. . . SYDNEY DERBY. - Artilleryman, 1 ; Richmond Maiu 2 ; Millieme, 3. E£SOM HANDICAP. Sydney Damsel, 1 y Dick ? Meagher, 2; Wollaroi, 3. METROPOLITAN. Ian Or, 1 ; Cetigne, 2 ; Amazonia 3. *

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Upper Blackwood Will Fight VERMIN BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

Upper Bli@to@@i Will Ffgfif VERMIN BOARD. Mr T. Wade, chairman of the Upper Blackwood Road Board, pre sided over a well attended meeting of local farmers and settlers recently. There was also delegates from the Preston Road Board present. The meeting was conyened for the p.urpose of ' discussing the operations of the S.W. District Vermin Board, and the following motions were carried : — (a) ' This meeting resents the action of the Vermin Board in increas ing the rates, because it considers the tax excessive and unwarranted.' (b) ' The district generally, and by ballot, has pronounced against such taxation, and objects to any Vermin Board imposing taxes.' (c) ' It isr the desire of the great majority of our district ratepayers, that the district recede therefrom, and form its own Board.

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Golf Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

fiplf Motes, . ,.,Bv 'f'-Ma$bie,?- -.,, ^,^,,, ? The Associates are holding a stroke competition this afternoon. As this will be probably the last fixture of the season, it is hoped there will be a good attendance. ,_ The greens have been cut and are* in first class order, whilst the long grass has been fed off very considerably by the 30 head of cattle turned into the pad dock this week. - The probable team to play at South ' Perth next Thursday is as follows : Dempster, Lea Allnutt, Parkes (Cap tain), Yull, McDaniel, McKenna,fH. Rose and P Rose. Bridgetown play ers are unable to be represented. Nelson isa.fnither probability from Balingup and Davies from Buubury. The captain will endeavour to have a golf note inserted in VVednesday's ' -*WTocf X net foliar* ** 00 fr\ .*ir*-*o. r\G nL«« n v-ib ju&.M-JbK»i4tfttA C*O IU Lit lift/ \JL Ulrty. as he is not certain if it will be. anall day fixture. In any case all. the team must be at South Perth between 2 and 2.30 on Thursday af...

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Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

Mornlngfon. Some -12 months ago a Committee was formed here to raise funds for the purpose of purchasing medals for men who had enlisted from the district. Some ,£50 odd was the result of thei efforts, 'and recently thirteen returned men were officially welcomed home and the presentations made. The entertainment tnnit thft fnrm n( q concert and dance, and the local ball, which was gaily decorated, was pack ed. Mr H Smith, Millars' popular manager, made the presentations, and in a neat speech referred to the nec essity for a local Honor Roll. A pleasing programme was contributed to by Mrs Richards, James, Mont bWIMV4; auu i.*xcaa&p iVCalWUUU allU Cassidy. Dancing then held sway, the music being provided by Mr Cooke and a lady visitor, Miss Briggs Supper was partaken of at midnight after which the dancing was resumed and continued until 4 a.m. Thanks are due to the volunteers who decor-! ated the Hall, and to Mesdames Coughlan, Kelleher, Richards* Smith aud Reilly! Nor must th...

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