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IONA DEFEAT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
♦ ♦ * e 10NA DEFEAT WABRAGUL. Despite the wetand cold weather a good game was witnessed at Garfield. The game was splendidly cont>'.8ted up till half-time, when Warragul led by one point. After that, however, the visitors did not score, and Ima ran out winners by 10 points. Gordon GTcan played a great game for lona, and w*s well backed up by Tierney, CostellQ, Kavanagh, Maloncy, Colvin and Htudeman. Kent was Warragul's best player, and others who showed good form for the visitors woro Wcidner, Gallagher and Devcrcaux. The final result was— Goals Behinds Points IONA 2 11 23 WARBAOUL ... 2 1 13 ♦ ♦ * * TRAFALGAR AGAIN ON TOP. These rival teams played at Tarragon and the wet weather prevented good play and tall scoring. The result was— TRAFALGAR ... 2 5 17 YA BRAG ON ... 1 2 8 + &lt;♦ «J> •> Nar-Nar-Goon had the bad luck to' be beaten again in a Berwick District Associa tion match on Saturday, Pakenham proving too good for them to the tunc of 10 goals 14 behinds to 5 g...
Yesterday's Football Matches. THE CENTRAL GIPPSLAND' ASSOCIATION. BUNYIP'S BASY VICTORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Yesterday's Football Matches. THE CENTRAL GIPPSLAND' ASSOCIATION. BUNYIP'S BASY VICTORT. Tho Bunyip ground was in a very sloppy condition on Wednesday, when Bunyip and Longwarry -met for the second time this seaion. The game needs little description, Bunyip having the best of things from start to finish. P. Denny was the best player on the Bunyip side, and others who showed good form were Jack Grummisch (who kicked four goals), Crudde» (2), Mclvor, Feild, Butler and McGrath. Longwarry'a best wcro Hsrkar, Hughes, Paternoster, Neal and loliday. Result— Goals Bcbindg Points BUNYIP ... 11 21 87 LONGWARRY ... 3 0 18
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
POLITICAL. The Essendon State scut is looked upon in Liberal circles as a sure thiug for Dr. Martell, who baa beeu chosen from among five cRudidatos by Mr. Watt, who actod iis arbitrator. The Labor cnunidato is Mr. M. Blackburn, a well-known barrister and solicitor, wbo resides in that suburb. Should the medico bo beaten by the limb of the law, poor Walt will be in further turmoil when hu l'acos the Balaclava tight later, ou. » * ♦ ♦ Salmou will-have to crawl dowu ! That is the political saying that is in everybody's mouth at the present hour. They are, of course, referring to the " gallant dash " made by Willie Watt ou thi; Balaclava Federal seat to crush out Dr. Salmou. If the latter does stand down that is the end of his political carocr, and if he stands np he will bo- politically made for life, whether ho dofeats Watt or otherwise. ♦ ♦ « ♦ The Federal campaign in Flinders will start in earnest next week, when Bunyip and district will be visited by Senator E. Findley and Mr. J. ...
Swamp Drainage. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Swamp Drainage. On Thursday afternoon last Mr. | W. S. Keast,'M.L.A., introduced some Koowoerup -Swamp Befctlere to the Premier (Sir Alexander Peacock) at State Parliament House in regard to the proposed drainage question. Those who comprised the deputation said that some of the settlers had formed themselves into a syndicate for the purpose of effectively draining the swamp, and they wore convinced that their proposals-would greatly reduce the estimated cost of the work. They suggested as part of their plans that the Government should build two miles of railway, extending from the Kooweerup station along the main drain. The line was estimated to cost L3.400, a loop line would cost L425, and the deepening of the river to provide oatchment would cost about L8,000, or a total expenditure of L6,825. The returns to the Railway Department from the carriage of sand were estimated at L6,260 for the first year, and they would be greater in future years. In replying, the Premier promised to ...
PURELY PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
PURELY PERSONAL. Mr. 0. H. Todt, of tho Commercial Bank at Warragul, has been promoted to the position of teller in the branch at Swan Hill, and has ioft for the northern town. The veteran secretary of Stawell Shire (Mr. A. B. Clemea) and his wife celobrated their diamond wedding on Monday last. The former, who is 85 years of age, is hale and hearty, and transacts the shiro business to the satisfaction of everyone. At tho meeting of the Cranbourne Shire Counoil on Saturday Mr. A. N. Facey was presented by councillors, ex-counoillors and officers with a gold watch as a token of esteem. For 30 odd years Air. Facoy has been associated with the counoil as rate colloctor,. counoillor, and secretary and engineer.
Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Bunyip Free Press — AND —_ Berwick' Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914. Local and General Topics. The death has occurred of Mrs. Michael Walsh, of Ferndale, Warragul. The remains were interred in the Warragul cemetery on Tuesday, the funeral being largely attended. The Public Works Department has accepted the tender of Qeo. Smyth, oi Drouin, for the removal of the sobco! at Pakenham South to Lardner, to replace the school destroyed by firu some time ago. On Wednesday last an illuminated address, nicely framed, arrived from Mr. R. Chisteusen, of Lonsdale-street, Melbourne, to the order of several oh pioneers of Kooweerup Swamp. TIk address is shortly to be presented to Mr. J. George and family, who are leaving the district. The Bunyip Girls' Own Olub held another enjoyable dance on Tuesday evening last, when the attendance waa not so large as usual owing to the wet and boisterous weather. During the evening the bevelled-glasa mirror for the ladies' dressing-room at the hall was p...
TYNONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
I TYNONG. Though the annual meeting of the Tynong Progress Association waB announcod for Wednesday evening, 1st July, there Was Buoh a small attend ance present that the meeting lapsed. It is hoped that greater interest will be taken in the next meeting, when the eleotion of officers will be held. Arbor Day was celebrated at the Tynong State iSohool last Friday. A large gathering of parents and friends attended iu the aftornoon, when a number of pino trees were planted. Then a programme of sports to the ohildreu was givon by the School Committee. Refreshments were served iu the school, and a thoroughly enjoy | ablo afternoon was spent by everyone, j A prize was given by the Committee for tho boat essay on Arbor Day by the scholars, and tho winner -will be announcod this week. Dancing was indulged in at night in the sheltor shed. ❖ &lt;8» ❖ ❖ CORA LYNN. Our quiet township will be merged into liveliness on Wednesday evening next, July 15th, when a fancy-dress Bkating carnival ...
A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
A REMINDER. Rendu is of the-'.'.Free Press" are requested to remember that the fiim.s and business people who advertise in our columns do bo in the expectation of direct resultB in the way of mail and other ordors. We receive advertising buBiuosa because the paper haB a large circulation (especially among tha farmers), but if our readers omit to mention the " Free Press" when ordering,' the sale is liable to be credited to some othi'r medium in which the same advertise ment may be appearing. Extrems oare is taken in selecting oar advertisers, and we frequently decline contracts from firms for various reasons, so that our loaders may rely upon getting a fair deal from the clients whoso advertisements appear. We, therefore, urge our readers to patronise " Free gPresa " advertisers (bofh district and outside), and to bo sure and mention the name of the medium through whioh their pocket was touohed.
DISTRICT DOINGS. IONA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
DISTRICT DOINGS. IONA. Farmers and others should not miss the Icoturo at Iona on Friday evening, 10th July, by Mr. J. L. Dow, ox on " How Agriculture is Hindered." Mr. Dow will also deal with the proposed drainage soheme for the itooweerup Swamp. The lecturo will be given in the Old Hall, and will start at 8 sharp. Residents are pleased to learn that Mr. W. Sullivan made a nice little " nest egg " out of the recent sale of his farm. The popular ' Bill' has not been in the best of health for some months past, and i'b at present enjoying a woll-deserved holiday. Last week he disposed of a good, quantity of ohaff to Jocal cookies at high prices, for some days the vicinity of tho P.O. presenting tho appearance that a fair was in progress. It also indicates that thero is a scarcity of chaff on the pwamp. ' A couple of.weeks ago it was men tioned iu theso columns that the Rev. "Rook, of Nortbcoto, had conducted tho aff&riroou" arid evening services ill. connection with tho Iona Pr...
Concentrates. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Concentrates. JameB Darrington, a Dunnstown footballer, had his leg broken last Saturday. Ten moro bedrooms aud other additions are being made to the Albion Hotel at Dandenong. j The Traders' Association kfc Leon gatha is endeavoring to have the Shops and Factories Act extended to the town in its entirety. A Carman . potato weighing 5 lb, 4 ounces has beon on view at Trafalgar. It waB grown by Mr. LuRioh on J. Orabtroo s farm at Shady Creek. While mentally depressed a young married woman, wife of Lewis H. Allen, out her throat, and died almost immediatelyi at Tarnagulla on Mon- i day. Mr. Triado, who has been licensee of the Border Hotel at Borwick for nearly a year, has disposed of his nine years' lease to Mrs. Falkiner, formerly of Bairnsdale. A sum of LI 00 has beon raised by ' sympathisers and presented to Mrs. Rabaoh, widow of tbe late manager of the Warrnambool Butter Factory, who died recontly. It is reported that Mr. Bragg, who has purchased from Mrs. Whyte tho freehold of t...
Under the Hammer. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Under the Hammer. Adamson, Strettle aud Co. Pty. Ltd. announce (hat the next sale of stock at the Bunyip saleyards will be held on Thursday, Aug. 6th. Mr. Mat. Bennett's " Bonnio View " farm, about throe-quarters of a mile from Tyiioug Btatimi, is to be offered at auction on Saturday, July 11th, at Wilson's Hotel, Bunyip, by Eeast, Morris aud Miles. Skews, Hunter and Co. now hold their monthly stock saie at Bunyip on the fourth Saturday in each month, and entries aro being received for their next sale ou Saturday, the 25th July. j Au important clearing sale will! take place at Pakenham on Monday July 13th, when Messrs. Adamson, Strottle and Co., will sell on Mr. C. Golder's. farm, the whole of his cattlo, horsos, implements, furniture, and sundries. Mr, Golder has sold his property aud is leaving for New South Wales, so that everything on the place must be sold. A fall list appears iu oar auction notices to-day. A report was oiroulated in the city on Tuesday last that three bags con...
COMMERCIAL. WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
COMMERCIAL. WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Skews, Hunter and Co. roport having hefd their usual weekly market . at their Warragul salcyardB on Thursday last, 2nd July, when thcro was a short yarding of both pigs and cattle. Prices for pigs raled quite equal to late extreme quotations; cattle were very dull of sale, except for first-class nowly-calved covrs and springers. They quote Pigs—Suckers 12/, 15/, 19/ to 21/, Blips Ll/3/6, Ll/G/6, to Ll/10/, stores Ll/11/ to L2/10/ for larger sizes, porkers Ll/15/, L2/7/ to L2/18/6, baconers L3 to L4/4/. Sheep—Fat lambs 16/9 to 17/10/. Cattle—Fat coivs L/7/16/, forward condition do. Ld/9/ to L4/15/, storo ditto L2/5/, L3 to L4, aged and inferior lower; best milkers and Bpringers L7, L8/5/ to L10/, second ditto L5/15/ to L6/10/, others from Li/10/ to L5/5/, aged and inferior lower, springing heifers L5/5/ to L&lt;5, heifers 2 years L3/5/, ditto 18 months 47/6, ditto poddies 36', stoor poddies Ll/10/ to Ll/16/, bulls L3/12/6 to L5. 'A a ... «
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Harrison & Gillies BRICKLAYERS, All kinds of Bi'icktayini; Work Done tliroughoutv.llie. district.. CEMENTING & ELASTEKING. ALSO EXECUTED. »if Work Guaranteed. liodcralc Charges. ■ Postal AiMress-IONA. A. BURNS,' ...... CARPKNTJflll GUILDER & CONTRACTOR. ■■.•.'ff.DrNO-i UK ALT, l\rV,I)S Al/riCKKli . a-s nKQOwiKbV;- • • I'iMemJ Repairs ami Jobbing .Work I.lonc: Plans ami Eslimates/Givun. !"1\I i'i r KHV !!AI). KCNyii'. I Sol. Green, I MELBOURNE. § • ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED I 0N I GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES. Sufficient addrebs— I Sol. Green, j MELBOURNE. S A. KRUPP . WATCHMAKER, Jeweller ancl Optician. Of Melbourne, Dalyston and Lang Lang, Has Commenced Business at ,:-JN STREET, BUN YIP. iiepairs at Reasonable .Rates, and guaranteed for 12. months. KYES.TBSIKD Flviiic OF UllAIvGli' - A TKIAL SOLlGITliD ; ; . Will Visit Pakenbam 011 Day of Each' . Cattle Salei The store where you can purchase Groceries, Drapery, HootB, Fruit, Confectionery, and/..General Me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Good moi'uiug! Have you paid your subscription yet ? Perhaps you owe for last year or several years. Now, you understand wc don't need tho money ; we have hundreds—to get. But really it is an imposition to lot people go carrying our money when wo are so strong aud hoalthy, and so abundantly able to bear the burdou ourselves. For this reason we ask anybody who lias_auy of our mouoy in their possession to leave it at tho office, or send it by post, freight train, express, or any-other' way, just so long as it gets here. Silver and gold are heavy, and it would bo a mattor of life-long regret, to us if auyoue should get bow-legged.carrying it about for us. 'I**!4 C* 'I**!**!*****!* *** A. F. WITH AM Farm Salesmen, Estate, Insurance & Financial Agent, Dandenong. Rente Collected. Auction Sales Arranged, Valuations Made. F I K E_W 0 0 D! FIREWOOD (2 foot Dry) Delivered in Bunyip or Longwarry at Reasonable) Prices by Ton or Load. Send orders to I'. MILL,KIT, Lougwarry. «»:• AR TARCH...
Produce Market. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Produce' -Mark'et. Wcdiiosduy. Gippslaud aud Northern Co-opcra tivo Selling Coy report:— Wheat: This is firm at 3/10J for . medium 3/10 to 3/10/J. . Oat6 : Milling 2/3, best feed 2/2, medium 3/to 2/1. Barley : There is rathor a better feeling in this, but prices are Btill very low, and cover a wide range. Maize: Heavy supplies have come forward during the past few days, and as there is practically no outlet the market is very weak. Prime dry is to-day worth 3/3, and medium and soft down to 3/. Chaff: Prime oaten £3/3/, medium and inferior lower. Potatoes : Choice Carmans are Belling at £4/5/ to £4/10/, good £4, medium and inferior are very hard to clear. Onions: Large quantities have comc to hand during the past few days, and the market is much easier. Prime samples arc worth £5/15/ to £6. -
Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914
Sales of Property. F. T. Knight's farm of 65 aores on the Moe Swamp has been purchased by J. A. Crabtreo at £44 per acre. " John Gray, of McDonald's Drain! ou the Kooweerup Swauip, has Hold his farm on tho walk-in and walk-out priuoiple, which includes horsea, farm machinery, etc., at £18 por acre. M. J. Walsh, of Garfield, has sold 150 acres of swamp land 'to Thos. Scanlon, of Trafalgar. Tho sale was effected through the agency of Martin Reidy, of Garfield, and the prico .paid was £8150.