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

BUNBURY. The 2nd shoot for the Trenoweth Trophy and the usual Club Spoon shoots took place on Sundy last, over the 200 and 300 yds' ranges and was won on the count .back by T. Cun ningham from E. Tomlinson and M. Elliott. Good shooting was the order of the day. Following are the scores : — 200 300 Tl Hp Ag Cunningham 33 31 64 8 70 Tomlinson 32 31 68 7 70 M. Elliott 32 81 63 8 70 J.Murray 27 24 51 18 69 S. Birch 32 31 63. 4 67 L. Mann* 31 30 61 6 67 C. Hill... 33 31 64 2 66 J. Hough 30 31 61 5 66 O.Ryan 33 29 62 3 65 J. Nisbett 32 29 61 3 64 O.K. Hill 31 2.7 58, 6 64. GuyTeBde29 27 56 7 63 H. Sharp 31 27 58 3 61 Teede capt 31 25 .56 ;-:: 5 ' 61

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Notes. S.W. UNION COMPETITION. 1st ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

RIfls Mm, ? ^ ? S.W. UNION COMPETITION. 1st ROUND. ?111 ?minim The first round of the competition was shot at the various ranges on Sunday 2lBt with the following results;— 300 500 600 Tl Capel (2 teams) Higgins ... 28 33 31 92 F Robert* .,. 30 30 30 90 E. Dyer ... 28 30 28 86 G Payne ?«, 27 28 30 85 R Scott ... 29 28 28 85 Delaporte ... 25 35 25 85 E Summers „. 28 31 23 82 W Roberts ... 28 30 23 81 L Summers ... 19 31 30 80 G E Payne ... 21 29 30 80 846 Bnnbusy (2 teams) CRHill w 32 33 33 98 Cunningham «« 28 29 32 89 Hough .^ 27 33 27 87 Eaton ... — 29 29 29 87 Teede ... ,M 29 30 27 86 Tomlinson ... 31 .32 22 85 Mann ... «, 27 .34 24 85 Nisbett w 27 29 27 83 CKHill ?*.? 26 31 22 79 Birch ... ^ 24 29 26 79 858 Harvey (2 teams) A E Taylor « 31 33 29 93 Hindmarsli oa, 28 31 33 92 . Pimlott «w 31 32 28 91 Stanford .., 30 34 25 89 Jackson ... 25 34 28 87 Logue *. 30 33 32 85 S Taylor .» 27 32 26 85 Rowley ... 24 34 26 84 Sands ... ... 22 33 29 84 Higgins ... 16 28 26 70 869 Collie (2twm...

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

h Fair Wapiilfg. ONE THAT SHOULD BE . HEEDED BY ALL. Frequently the first sigh of kidney trouble is a slight ache or pain in the loins. Neglect of this warning mak es the way easy for more serious troubles, dropsy; gravel, Bright's disease. 'Tis well to pay attention to the first sign. Weak kidneys generally grow weaker and delay is often dangerous. Residents of this locality place reliance in Doans Pills This^ tested remedy has been used in kidney trouble for years and is recommended all over the civilized, world* Read the following ? Mrs H. Quarrell, Ogden Street Collie, says: 'For some time I suff ered torture from backache, and on sBveraloccasions the pain was so bad that I could hardly move and was compelled to lie up. My back used to feel as if it would break, and if I tnef.t0, stoop, it was as much as I could do to stand up straight again without assistance. I knew my kidneys were the cause of my suffer ing as the symptoms were plain ; besides backache I had disordered secret...

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

Notice to -\dvertisers.-r-Casaal ad vertisements are received up to 9.30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays ;for the following day's issue respectively. Alterations to standing advertise ments should, where possible, be notified by 5 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. . After t&at hour, it can not be guaranteed that the old un altered copy will not have been printed; ? ' - ?',.' PRINTING.— The ' Bunbury Her ald' Publishing Co., the Class Printers of the South- West. See how the paper is printed and send your work to us, 'Phone, Bunbury 3.

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

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

g SHIP THROUGH US IF YOU WANT- THE HIGHEST BE- Bj gj TUBNS. AS A^L SHIPMENTS TO THE UNITED KING- W g DOM SUPERVISED BY OUR LONDON OFFICE. § M X NOW BEING RECEIVED. DO NOT HESITATE TO P « BOOK WITH US IMMEDIATELY.. || g fe Head Office : 1 I VIKING HOUSE, PERTH. 1 £j South-West Representative: ii I F. H. GHIDGZEY, BRIDGETOWN. I

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

a Neat Mfty Blouses, in. white silk, I2s 8d. Stylish White Voile Blouses, 7s lid. ? ??- - ? -- -Blouses in striped- crepe, 5s lid. - .??.'.. .-.':.' . ' Moral Voile Blouses, 3© lid. II u xl) 11 il iA ikl iili W vii/ j£j i$ ; worner Stephen''-&- -Victoria Streete.

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Poultry THE FEEDING AND REARING OF CHICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

[?] THE FEEDING AND REARING OF » CHICKENS. (By Mr. I). F. LAURIE, Government Poultry in South Australia.) No food should be given to chick ens until they are from 30 to 48 hours old. They should be left in the' in cubator for at least 24 hours, and then transferred into a- previously well svarmed brooder; the temperature' should be about 95deg. F.; reduce tem perature gradually to 75deg. in the third week. Supply drinking water (with the chill taken off) and -plenty of coarse sandy grit. The bottoms of the brooders should have half' an inch or more. of clean, dry sand spread over .them, This gives better results than chaff. Where ehaff is used the dropp ings adhere, and then elog the little bird's .toes. ' : Sand' is absorbent, and keeps the,. feet clean, and :alsp, keeps the floor in a sanitary condition. Where sand is plentiful, clean the brooders daily, and replace the old sand-with new. Where sand is scarce, use a. small screen of fly wire, so that all droppings, etc., can be sc...

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Household Hints. Tomato Chutney. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

Household Hint?. ??,»:'? ? . . .\ - ? Tomato Chutney. A pound and a half of apples, one pound of raisins, a pound and a half of eschalots, quarter of a pound of salt, a pint and a half of vinegar, a pound and a half of tomatoes, quar ter of a pound of ground ginger, a pound, and a half of brown sugar. Peel and core the apples, and stona the raisin's; chop up tomatoes, chillies, quarter or a pounu ui giuuuu ginger and vinegar, and boil together for one hour or longer, until thick. Then bottle. Polka Pudding. ; One and a half pints of milk, 2 tablespoons of arrowroot, 2 eggs, one ounce of butter, half cup of sugar, .flavouring salt. Mix the arrowroot smoothly with a little of the milk; put the rest of the 'milk on to boil. Beat the eggs well; add them to the mixed arrowroot. When the milk is nearly 'boiling, stir in butter, ' sugar and' then the arrowroot and eggs; stil till thick, and then pour into a wet mould to set. The thin rind of a lemon may be boiled with the milk,, or peach l...

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

FULLRANdE. . - ? ? ? ' ? '; ?? ???':''%-'' Obtainable at Victoria Sire®!® Bunbury,

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THE WORLD'S WATER FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

THE WORLD'S *WATER PEONT. 'War correspondent Bean in his re cently . published book, gives us a pic ture of the Pacific as* the world ' s great water front of the future. Hitherto the big nations of the-world looked out on the Atlantic, or the Mediterranean. Now the Pacific is coming into its own. '.'inere are great cities opening on to it at this moment from every quarter — Sydney with its 800,000 people, Mel bourne with its 700,000, San Fran cisco and Los Angeles with 500,000, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Bris bane, Adelaide, Auckland, San Diego, and a dozen other great towns of from 100,000 to 400,000 people— with great growing, powerful' young peoples be hind them; and the majority bf these are Anglo-Saxon, living an Anglo Saxon life in Anglo-Saxon ways; all trying to do identically the same as we — to raise up each its own Anglo Saxon nation into a free, happy brilliant people. Inside our bound aries we choose utterly different methods from thosei of Canada or West ern America...

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POTATO GROWING IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

POTATO pRQWING ; IN ENGLAND. 'rfhe^pbtat'o gfpw'er iri England is complaining bit'terly: that he -is not getting a fair deal from the Govern ment. Growers assert.that; the Govern ment guaranteed them a price on the farm, whereas the Government refuse to take anv but sound potatoes on rail. barge, or ship.: As a result there seems to be a likelihood, or at any rate a possibility, of a serious de crease in the area to be seeded with potatoes this coming season. Taking some of the. figures. advanced in. sup port of their case by the ? farmers, there does not seem to be much to grumble at. One grower says po tatoes are an expensive crop to grow. He estimates that it costs him £37 11s. 6d. to. grow an acre of potatoes, from ?which he obtains seven tons of 'sound ware.' If he only gets £5 ilQs. per ton this grower would clear costs., Rut if he gets ilO 10s. per ton, he clears £35 an acre. At this rate a very few acres will suffice to produce a'very ^handsome revenue. It is sug gested that...

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NORTH DAKOTA'S CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

NORTH DAKOTA'S CROP. According to an American exchange, ^Ndrth -Dakote lias in prospect: a re petition ;of its bumper crop of 1913. when it ? . raised 159,000,000 bushels of wheat. At two dollars a bushel, a crop ...like.-. this -T-rill bring North Dakota iarmers a revenue or about three hun dred million dollars. The biggest, crop 'ever raised in the Commonwealth was the 1915-16 yield of 178,000,000 bushels. - A^crop like that at to-day's prices would be worth about £50,000,000 to the farmers of Australia. It£is un fortunate that' the farmers of Aus tralia have 'been frightened out of the wheat industry. Had they put for ward . ther best energies, they might easily have had a crop worthy a hun .dred millions sterling next harvest. ? North Dakota, it is worth noting, has an area of only 79,000 square miles as against an area of 88,000 square miles possessed by Victoria, the .smallest -of the Commonwealth 's ' Con tinental States, and its population is not more than a third of that of...

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PEA AND BEAN PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

PEA AND BEAN PESTS. The Department of Agriculture is in receipt of a communication from the Secretary of State for the Colo nies having reference to the impor tation into Great Britain of pulse seed containing live beetles, such' as Bruchus obtectus and Bruchus affinis. which, it is stated, are not native. to Great Britain, and, might, if estab lished there, prove a serious menace to the growing of peas and beans. Steps are being taken by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries to pro tect Great Britain from the importa tion of such infected seed, and it is desired that exporters in the Domi nions should be informed of the risks to which their clients in the United Kingdom who purchase seed will be creaip,- ^ffe^h^yellrbeaten eggg/one consignments -are- snipped free 'from ^pe* vor-;^bea«---we.e vi lr-:~:~it^rvaigjhfc.- 'bei- stated that the. weevil Bruchus ob tectus does not at present exist as a field pest in this State, although Bruchus affinis has been bred from imported seed, and...

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

Hail Stefiaii. Mails close at the Bunbury Post Office at 1.40 p.m. on the dates mentioned for the places indicated:— Ameiica and Canada, Oct. 20. United Kingdom, Egypt etc, (in iluding Soldiers' Mails) Oct, 20. Eastern States, to-day. SThe 'Bunbury Herald' has 34 contributors gathering news fop its readers. ~

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

S -rtr=?'t'v n /'????hi ? !?- Their beauty and smartness are the first things that strike yon about »ar Drws and Costume offerings, but when you examine them closely you will discover that their material, fit and finish are equally satisfactory. All the Popular Materials are Featured in a lovely range of colours and pattern^ It is impossible to give an adequate idea of the charm and worth of theae goods here. Call in . and sec them yourself. Besides including suitable rrocks for special and every day wear, the display shows tMany New Ideas in -Maids9 and - ; Children's Dresses. Every offering is an example of wliat our system of early ordering and direct buying can do in securing Flrat^gr^d© Good© ^f Sscond-^cad® Pric©@ ^, . .,. J) jui2&q'9s Dust Ooa-t^ in Auto Gloth. vari8fcv ^^W%ier& -?r J smart styles. Our Pri©e, 22@ ®&. 'Am'/w\ ' -*W ^rash Dust .Ptfate-» Sancy Striped and Check W/ll ® \ 1J- .dollars. Our Price, 21b ®&. rA'^^&^^^ ??'?? *mG\...

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Shipping. VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 4 October 1919

Shipping. Vessels in Port. Premier, Dredge. S.b. Elbing. Arrivals. ' - Oct. 1— S.8. Apolda (Millars' Ltd., agents). . Oct 3— S.8. Elbing (A. Jackson, agent). Departures. Oct 1—S.b. Apolda. Oot 2— S.s. BosphorotiB. Expecteb Arrivals. To-day— S.s. Knrnalpi (R. Forrest, agent). Barque Garthneill (Millars T. and T. Co, Ltd, agents.)

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

. ? ?? ^*^$ 1st W®®I ^st^ Put8,, A Large Variety and Prices Right. 9 . ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL 8TEAMERS. FOR PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, Via Colombo, Sntt Canal and Naples. Steamer. Tons. Depart about INDARRA ...' 9^735 Oct. 21. OSTERLEY ... iglSQ Dec. 2 ORONTES -: .. 9,023 Dec. 18 ORVIBTO ...* I2,13o Deo. 36. FIRST and SECOND 8ALOON8.— AH particulars of fares supplied on application. Tickets are interchangeable with P. & O. THIRD CLAS8 Bertha are at present available in all steamers. Passports are necessary. For general information apply Acting Branch Manager, 105 St. George's Terrace, Perth, and at Fremantle ; also T. HAY WARD and SON, LTD., Bunbury Agents.

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

locdl nl faiif ili Vfokalup; Enlistments.— this dis tnct is sparsely populated, but during the late war it managed to find thir teen soldiers, three of whom lost their lives; W® venture to say, from our knowledge of.ijthe district, that this thirteen represents 100 of the ehgibles. Eight Hours' Day Sp©rta.— At a committee meeting held -m Sunday . last, it waa reported that the City Band h&d kindly volunteered to lead the procession, and also to play dur ing the afternoon upon the gronnds, Resides the programme already pub. . hshed numerous events for young children are being arranged by Mr pQte* Willtama. Messrs J. Bouldea vT '-, S* Horn have pyonuaed to provide decorative posters and stream ers. The following have been appointed as offiniflle *.-.T,'mat»,ffl.uu. . r o mGoy; 8*wt«». Messrs J. f@|* . ford, T. btokes aud F. Robsrts ; jud* ges,, Captains Miller aad Seotfc, Messrs A. P. Spencer, Geo Futchers -rocessioji judges, Mssars T. W. paisley, S. - Howard^Bath, W. L. Thoma...

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