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BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 October 1919

BUNBURY. The third shoot for the Trenoweth v Trophy took place on Sunday last over the 500-ahd 600 yds' ranges and was won by Clem Hill. ' j; Following are the scores : — 500 600 Tl Hp Ag O.K. Hill 34 26 60 11 70 J. Nisbett 32 29 61 7 68 C. Hill... .33 31 64 2 66 J. Hough 30 29 59 5 64 M. Elliott 28 22 50 13 63 F. Smith 29 27 56 6 62 Tomlinspn 31 22 ,53 ' 6 59 F. Eaton 31 23 54 4 58 S. Birch 28 21 49 9 54 Teede capt 28 21 49 5 54 J. Murray 16 25 41 11 52 J. Depazzei20 22 42 7 49 H. Sharp 19 20 39 6 45 - -

Publication Title: Bunbury Herald And Blackwood Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 October 1919

Prepare Voup Stock FOR THE ' ' Bimibupy Show. Supplies of M®g0btn Crushed Lms®@d Meal just to band. Special Price for Quantities. Also JbesH® Famous Bait Licks Is Od per block. We can Qu@t© ymi Sp©ci©I Fsic©© for — Bean, Pollard, Chaff, Oats, etc. Millet Seed, Soudan Grass, Maize, H.B. Lacerne Seed. ? tlarrogin traiig % Igtttcjf £o. ILilllllvvip General Merchants, Busted Mi£ff§|iB9 WiiHiii&s ill Sylitco. Are known throughout the South-West. B,w@wy L@@dkg Lisae Stocked.. Ceentty Qii&ss Reeeire Ps&mpt ani SMlei Atteattoa. WE KEEP QNIiY THE BEST. ? *Phon© BO. ? - - . pThe South Bunhury Cash Store* '(Late Monkhous© and Hanson) Gtoc^w siimI F*iwni©i©st RiS@f chant* ; ^jaJ^alv'S'il £?&& vS'S'&j 4j»HJ-tUL &!ll tL^MaalU'&ea ^ » : 'Pnone 161. . ,: ./ - ;Are ?? ... . '?;. ' -\ .- .-: %i:;:i : delicious BRE&D by - '; ? * . ? .. ___^ ? ^ ? ?'? ? ?— ?r ? -- „ ? gp BAKEB, Whit® Road, Bunbury. Fir®, Accident, and Marine. Every...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 October 1919

Congratulations to Master John - Webster, on passing his entrance ,. . examination to the Australian Naval' ' College.

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Yarloop. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 8 October 1919

fgfliip* (From our Correspondent.) This week our budget of news must be somewhat condensed, not because of want of material but be cause events have been crowding so rapidly after each other, that we can scarcely keep pace with them. The returned soldiers had a glor ious night all to themselves on Saturday, a splendid affair, remin escent, we've been been told, of^heir experiences 'over there'. By these significant words we mean anywhere around Gallipoli, Cairo, France or Blighty. Even though the local branch was not formally opened because of the non-appearance of the required official, the boys enjoyed themselves immensely and hope for the return of such amiable hostilities in the near, if not immediate, future. We had our periodical affliction of vaudeville during the. week. Con sideration for your space limits forbids our expressing half our thoughts. Anyone who remembers the best vaudeville nights of his life will understand our unwritten thoughts.' If some enterprising local s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Imfa©ff£s&.:fi\$ List of Mew Books, etc., ?in. 'W.A-. f-rom Book& Music Stores *fe 1 1 * t $ {S 155 ? „ 1 $ ^ '' 180 lif PSD It POSTAL ADDRESS JjZ' t\\ '?.? L/*S ] (jfC^j J if C^Sty ' ^^'^ fflWt HW ^ j'fffV «9 ? .? Box57,G.P.O. Perth T^UIi^Vfc^eJ i ^&$ %lwy| faUvisQiH PERTH PRESENTS FOR FRIENDS A- I . ,= --, BROAD, Nearly all the books in this list are published in Australia, and no more suitable presents could be sent tjo friends abroad. There are art books with beautiful coloured pictures,' books of verse by popular. Australian authors, books for children, and books of general interest and useful ness. The- books will be sent carefully: jificked, by first mail to any ? address in the world. i NEW PRESENTATION BOOKS. The Art of Arthur Streeton. Edited, by Sydney Ure Smith, Bertram Ste vens and C. Lloyd Jones, with criti cal and biographical articles by P. G. Konody and Lionel Lindsay. With reproductions in colour of 35 of Mr. Streeton 's landscapes and 20 ot...

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Potatoes Must Not be "Slummed in." [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Potatoes Must Not be 'Slummed in.' Potatoes are not a crop -that can be 'slummed in' anyhow, or planted in any old paddock, or left to looki after , themselves if best results arc desired. ,The soil must be suited for them, and sound cultivation methods' must be used. -The plot should be nuder preparation a year or more beforehand and should be worked on! a rotation with legumes or the like.; This and .fallowing have a marked influence over subsequent yields. — J. , M.Pitt. ' ? . Far Better Dead. It is a great mistake Lo begin, as many people do, to treat and nurse the tubercular cow. She is far better dead, as she ceases to be a source of infection. And even if she gives a' large quantity of poor milk, as most tubercular cows do, she is a very un profitable boarder, and a danger to those least likely to defend them selves — children who drjnk tlfe milk. She is also a menace to the pigs, who may infect themselves rooting in her dung, and will certainly contract tlie disease if fed o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

? Your' Grd€©l*y Account COTi^Ifferably ll€cliic€ci hy Piiircliiislii jf FROM A3320 W« ]? lVli\.f\^ll/°\lVI ' . A33B0 . ? „ (Established 11 Years and Still Going Strong.) . . s Head Shop : , 1 24. TOWN&HEND ROAD, SUBIACO. (&* Minutes Sun from tie City) - BRANCH SHOPS: 17 ROKEBY RD.; (NEAR SUBIACO RAILWAY STATION), AND ALBANY RD.; (OPP. VIC -. , . TORIA PARK HOTEL). TEL. A 2983. HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, ETC., SPECIAL QUOTES FOR QUANTITIES. AND DISCOUNTS. Not Cheap Gs°o&&d&© Soldi, h-ui Gfoceries Sold Cheap. AMMONIA, 1/- per bottle. BACON, Farmer's, 1/6 by side. BLUE, Reckitt's, 1/4 doz. BOOT POLISH, Nugget, 3d. and 5d. tin. BIRD SEED 8d. bag; 7/6 doz. . BISCUITS, Arnott's Milk Arrowroot, 5id. per packet. BRASSO, lOd. tin; 9/6 doz. BAKING POWDER, Excelsior, 2/3 lb. tin. BUTTER, only one in it, Kirkham's Special £OCOA, Bournville, lid. and l/10d. COCOA, Cygnet, 9d. and 1/6 tin. (I re commend it. ) : ' CREAM TARTAR, best French, 3/9 lb. CURRANTS, ...

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Greenbushes. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

6reenMes- From our Correspondent. Coming. Events. To-night. — Public » Meeting re Town Band. 17th October.— Football Club Social and Dance. 20th October. — R.S.A. Social and Dance. ? 20th October. — Roman Catholic Bazaar (and on following two days). The Greenbushes branch of the. R.S.A. intends actively assisting the Salvation Army Appreciation Day. With this object in view, a concert and dance will be 'held on the 20th inst., and the co-operation of the local Repatriation Comrnittee, R.ViA; and Red Cross Society is being sought to ensure a bumper house. The local football club is giving 4 social and dance on the 17th inst., when the medals awarded to promin ent players will be presented. To-night, the great event is a public meeting, convened at the instigation of Mr Phillips^ at which the question of reviving, reforming or resuscitating the local band will. be discussed. Lovers of music should make a1 point of being present On Friday evening, the- 3rd inst., a benefit concert and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Another Gold Riash 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 £7o cash, £90 terms — £10 down and £5 per month. Single lots pro rata. (2) Nine £ acre Lots right at Station. 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 (each lot) £30 — £5 down and 3os. month. (4) One block, lac. 2r. 32per., splendid soil. £25 cash, or terms &io-?-£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 FO11 SELLING : OWNER LEAVING W.A Write for particulars — SUBURBAN This Office. ?__..^t~^^--nr'' j^^^^^P^?^^=T'\7^^^n Office ^Voiric ^^^^^::C^^tl^^^^WS?ViS^& when you have not the asBiatl gg^llpr^ '*?;'- /-^ MssMiilW* ...

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Greenbushes Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

fireenbushes Mining Notes. ; Mr D H Gibbney, who forwarded a petition to the Minister for Mines with regard to the State Battery Plant, Salt Water Gully, has receiv ed the following reply : 'Referring to your letter of the 4th August, cover ing a petition from the residents of Greenbushes, praying for the remov al of the plant at Salt Water Gully, to a site in Floyd's Gully, I am dir ected by the Hon Minister to inform you that he is unable to accede to this request, but, as a result of an exhaustive inspection of the district, and consideration of the requirements of those engaged in the industry, he has decided to dismantle both exist ing plants, and re-erect a suitable one at Floyd's Gully. Necessary action is being taken forthwith to carry this decision into effect, but it will pro bably be some little time before the new plant will be ready for treat ment'. Mr H Coleman has applied, for a Mineral Lease of 6 acres to be known as 'Found at Last'. Objections must be lodged on or b...

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Methodist Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Methodist Bm&m 3©h©@i ? a Very large congregations attended at the three special services held at the Methodist Church on Sunday last. Tho Rev R. Hooking preached at the morning and evening services, and the Rev S. J. Mills conducted tKat' held' in the afternoon. Both preachers spoke upon the influence that child life had upon the church, and the church upon the children, and the sermons were based upon the text 'A Little Child Shall Lead Them.' The church was beautifully decorated, and many gardens must have yielded up their treasures. The music was bright and cheerful, and was conduct ed by Mr A.H Boulter, whom it might be mentioned, waved a fine silver mounted baton, the gift of his predecessor, Mr S. B. Gamble. The choral part of the service' was taken from the specially written works of Eanest Nichol, Mus, Bach.,, and. was sung very effectively by 'the children. Naturally, those of the numbers with a martial strain were the favourites wi|h the youthful performers, but t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

The World's LEAPING Cream Separator. Over 1,000,000 in Use The 'Clinker' consists of only a few simple and durable parts which should never inquire any adjustment or alteration. — there are no ball bearings' or complicated attachments — and it is so simple and runs so easily and lightly that a child can work it. The 'Clinker' is equipped with an improved self-balancing bowl and special oiling system. All bearings are fitted witli renewable bushings and there are many other special features and valuable improvements not to be found in other makes of cream separators, WRITE IMMEDIATELY for FULL PARTICULARS and PRICE LISTS. We are Sole Agents for— ' OSBORNE ' Binders, Mowers, Rakes. . . 'SHEARER' Strippers, Harvesters, Plows, Harrows. '-' BAG-SHAW ' Chaff cutters, Corncrushers, Winnowers, ? '??' Kerosene and Benzine Engines. 'PITT' British-Built Oil Engines. £??:? 'NEW HAMILTON' Spring Tine Cultivators. 'MITCHELL' Drills, Plows, Harrows. Write tor Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

(5 big bars in each packet ^for 3d. S the best buy in lasting refresh- 9 | meof and) bsoef if you can possibly ' « |: WKiSiEYS' Is sealed tight— .8 p kept right. You get it always a - - :;' fresh, full f favoured, clean. - 8 '^W^^fe^jjj1* Wr'file^ Js*. Co. Prop, ^^^g^^wk ? ; v' The Garage, Opposite the Railway Station, BUNBURY. ' , ' - ~7~, ? . ' ' ' The Largest Tyre Filled to any pressure in 30 seconds, All Repairs. Every Accessory. BUNBURY .^^^ft, LIVERY ,? \ :,; CITY^^^^^-- ,\ STABLES RpyAL MAIL CARRIER, LIMB and 00 AL MERCHANT, GENERAL CARRIER, OAR PROPRIETOR and FORWARDING AGENT. All olasses of Vehicles for 'Hire, Day and Night. Telephone 77. Wedding and Picnic Parties catered for AT 'Hpleproof' is a Stylisli and Elegant Hosiery which will save you the bother and annoyance of v darning. v .No. 490 ','Holeproof Silk with fine Lisle tops and feet, black, white, or grey, 10s Qd pair. No. ^80 ^Holeproof' Plain Lisle Hose with special wearing qualities, black or white-, 2s lid pr. N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Dressmaking and Millinery on the premises Men's Cfot&iag. Boots assd Shoes. Fasaey Goods* W 9 fFSWiPP G&esalst aad MllMHP if 0 J© yLOTHI^ Bf©ggigt, HftllliUi * Prescriptions Dispensed. Toilet Requisites, etc., etc. TUC1 AMP1 QH13I1-I!P OIIP which did not ask for, and did not need I nfc ^^^ ? ^^^^lu^lL.., Tariff Protection was the AUSTRALIAN Mamtfactagf The makers are quite content for it to stand against the imported article ON ITS SVJSRIT3. . We are sole agents in Western Australia for RQYAE. SHEEP DIP. Full stocks are now available] ^W q H ,....? xtfai^ ???? jp Stock and Station Agents, Warwick House, St. George's Terrace, PERTH. p—^--^ ? j^^^^^ and ? \_ . H |Roscoe's Catarrhal Cigarettes can be smoked (by Ladies too) | | without inconvenience or causing a desire for habitual tobacco | smoking. Gives immediate relief. § ReadLfhe Following Testimony:— Mr. J. M. REES. Dear Sir, — I have been a sufferer from Catarrh | for some thirteen years, having become very dear f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

/^^^^^i NEW- SEASON'S KiSsiKsE'- Lemosa Butter &' Frul^ [?] MANUFACTURED BY .^^f^X ' 567 Newcastle Street J^^^| FEMTHo ^2^^^- ^TIITnHllinffffnfllini I I ' 1tnf^^^**'l* ' I* If 'il *i 11 i n M*~*T^irrnt ti uliiriaiiriiiBiiiiiBin ? unirwiin-nf i tin r ii pi )* ii ith nil iiiimaiiii i i \tm I ? *n ii i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Stocked in all capacities 8 to 40 cwt per hour. No 6 — 2 knife hand or power ... . 7/8 cwt per hour : No 5— 2 knife cutter ... t ... 15 „ j;* '- No 4— 3 knife power ? 20 „ „ No 3— 2 knifa power ... ... .20/25 „ „ No 2— 3-knife power ... ... 30/35 „ ., Munfb Junior, Portable Single Screw Bagger ... ... ... 25/30 „ „ EsnpeS'OB1, Portable Single Screw Bagger 30/40 „ „ Snitable engines to drive any. of the above cutters supplied in om - ?- Fairbanks Morse Tjrpe **Z,»* ? ' - Handy Baggers and Elevators in any length supplied. .7 . BesateH Pattern Hand Cutters also stocked. Office and Showrooms : 52-54 William-st., Perth. Factory : Tower-st, Leederville. Bulk Stores : Leederville and Fremantle. ? . ? 7 .'-?'-?? BLACKWOOD NURSERIES; MULLALYUP, 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, Further particula...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

We Are Mow Booking Orders FOR .Binder Twine, Woolpacks, Sheep Shears, Tattoo and Machinery Oil, etc. , Also Just' Arrived the following Sprieg Seeds : Japanese and Pearl Millet, y Sudan' Grass, Paspalum, Hunter River Lucerne, And many other Lines. Writ® for Quotations.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

DISTRICT AGrENTS : Bunbury— Robert Forrest ; Busselton — P. C. Caruthebs ; Donnybrook— C. H. Woodbrook ; Bridgetown— H. Lake . Harvey — P. J. Ward. * The Oldest Australian Office. Established 1£49. Head Office for W.A. : Forrest Chambers. Perth. CHAS. H. OURLEWIS, Resident Secretary. PERIOD . Whother it is Gothic, Mission, Ohippendale, Jacobean.- or Heppel white, made in any Woods .which are thoroughly seasoned and tested before they are manufactured by skilled and artistic: workmen. LODGE AND CLUB ROOMS a Specialty. Shadow and Tapestry Coverings from the best factories in the world, ready to be made up into the Lines you require. Oall and consult iny Gutter and Designer about your Curtains. He will ? fit you, ;. Important ^ Take me into your confidence, and tell me the . amount you want to spend and what rooms you want to furnish. 1 will supply you with a list of articles, with separate prices attached to fill your requirements. ~Jarrati Bedroom, Bkiagroom and Hall Furniture in Sto...

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Science Chats. II. POISONS AND STINGS OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bunbury Herald and Blackwood Express — 11 October 1919

Scenes §|ik (By Arnold U. Henn.) ? . ??,.? n. .,iv._ .. ..' , 'POISONS AND STINGS OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS. Among plants of every description are many which produce special chemical substances which are more or less poisonous and yet often of the greatest use to man ' when used in aDDronriate doses, though injurious and sometimes deadly if swallowed in large quantity. Plants may be considered as laboratories in which are built up innumerable varieties of wonderful chemical bodies :— some crystaline. some oils, some volatile (as perfumes and aromatic substanc es), some brilliantly colored (used as dyes), some pungent, some antisep tic, some of the greatest value as food, and some even digestive, similar to those found in the stomach of an animal. While man has learnt to avoid swallowing poisonous plants, (al though occasionally he blunders over pretty looking berries and deceptive mushrooms) he has little to fear in that way from animals. To some extent this is due to the fact that, gen...

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