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Grading of Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

Grading of Potatoes. The coBfc of producing, grading, and marketing potatoes is a question of vital import to Victorian growers. The value of tho crop to the Common wealth for tho season 1912-13 was L2,177,029. Of the total Victoria contributed J&764,448. In this Stato I the area planted wbb 47,575 'acres, which returned L16/1/4 per acre. For some considerable time the feeling lias been general amongst farmers who grow potatoes that thoy have not been getting a " fair deal. They affirm that the Government inspection is carried out too rigorously. It iB contended that many tone tit for human consumption are condemned. As a result the price to the consumer is increased, and the profits of the farmer reduced. Tho opinion is held in several potato - growing districts that compulsory grading would assist the industry. As things are at present, little or no encouragement is given to foster the production • of the best potatoes. All grades are practic ally on the same level. A firs...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor "Free Press.") [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor " Free PreBo.") Si*, — Will you kindly insert the following letter, as I think it will interest many farmers of tbifi district, ■who are at present in the dark a8 regards tbe facts of tho subject men tioned below ;— " At a meeting held in the (Joluniba Hall, Ioua, recently Mr. W. S. Kcaet l.L.A. remarked that he bad been >fiformed farmers were being charged 6 8 per ton freight on tbuir carrots to Melbourne. At that meeting a. local farmer produced an invoico which showed that he paid 7/• po* ton. I would liko to know who charged bim (he 7j-, as the railway charge for 8 "Vn lots from Bunyip to Melbourne ie 6 - per ton, which. tho middlemon -hould know, . Now, the Hou. Sir -V7. H. Irriuc sa.id in ' Parliament " i hat the middlemen were only doing for tbe farmer what he was too lazy or ignorant to do for himself." If these middlemen have such ft great amount of knowledge it is a -wonder they pay tho Railway Department 1/ per ton more than they are enti...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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For the Men on the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

For the Men on the Land. A fall has taken plaaa iu tbo price of wheat in consequouce of tbo heavi ness of that crop iu America. As a result, some financial failures arc expected iu Melbourne and Sydney. The danger of allowing horses to ran about with ropes fastened to them demonstrated at Tooradin a few cava ngo, when a horse belonging to Mr. E. Robins «toud on the end of an :,vrer aud hod its neck broken. According to reports furnished to the Dmulenong 8hire Council, the prick!;- pear, which has proved such a inrible scourge in Queensland, is ranking its appearance iu the South Hiding of Daudenong Shire, and steps •ire being taken to eradicate it. According to an official classification of Viotorhn taxpayers there are 2,260 persons who arc abseut from the State, but who pay in Fedoral taxes, as absentees,, the sum of £-14,229. There were 77,071 persons taxed last year under the State lawe, and their -contributions totalled £279,827, whilst iu the same -year tbo 5008 Victorians taxe...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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League of the Cross Social. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

League of the Cross Social. On Friday eveniug last membors of the lona League of the Cross held & very successful social and dauoe in the Columba Hall. Dancing was indulged in during the evening and vocal items were intereperced between the dances. The dance music was supplied by Messrs. Gee, McNamara, I)awcs aud Legge, whilst Mr. Berry officiated as master of cercmouies in a satisfactory manner. Duriug the evening items were rendered by the following ladies and gentlemen :—Miss Agnes Carey, ' My Ain Folk'; Miss Gee, song; Miss Ada Rodger, recitation ; Miss Maggie Curtain, recitation ; Misses Carey (2), piano duet; Messrs. Berry and Gee, vocal duet; Mies Sullivan, Irish Jig. Sapper was served in no unstinted manner and tbis seamed not the least enjoyable part of the social evening. The ladies are to be commended for the splendid supper provided and the good work done during the evening. Great credit is due to Miss Maggie Cruddeu, the honorary secretary, and the members of th...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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SPORTING NOTES. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

8PORTtNG N0TE8. RACING. Glorious weather favored the first day's racing of the Grand National meeting at Flemingtou on Saturday last. Tho maiden hurdle race opened proceedings and Lady Pistol, a 7 to 1 chance, annexed tho ovent, with Parch second and Tardy third. The Iramoo Welter fell to Grand Marshal, (8 to 1) Abbey Craig being second and Gold Gift third. . In the two above events the favorites were beateu. The Grand National Hurdle brought out 17 good performers and the Gippsland gelding, Clontaft was made favorite. Obi, at 8 to 1, was next in demand. Clontaft did uot fail his backers and won easily by five lengths from Lord Grey (14 to 1) and Bill Brandon (33 to 1). When excitement over the chief race of the day had faded away punters began to solve the winner of the Steeplechase. They got near tho problem, as Sapper, a second favorite at 7 to 2 agst. did the trick by 15 longtbs from Sonny B. and Donald Wallace. Thirteen camo out for tho Myross Handicap and a second favorite at ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

While liunting rabbits with ferrets near Buninyong on Monday two brothers named Austin discovered a quartz specimen whioh weighed 21 oz„ nearly all gold. One of the brothers waB waiting for the ferret to come out of a burrow when he saw the gold. The boys subsequently carefully examined the locality, and found a reef outcropping near where the gold was discovered. They intend to give tho reef a trial. Fencing Posts, large Btook of good quality. 85/- per 100, at Pearson's. BUNYIP MECHANICS' HALL. Thursday, 16th July, 1214. Under the auspices of the Agricultural Soclcty, Bunyip. PICTURES Indian Riders. 10,000 Feet of Picture*. Admission 2/. and 1/ A8TOUNDING STAR PROGRAMME. MONEY. WE Hare a Large Amount of MONEY TO LKND, at Lowest' Current Rates. In Large and Small Sums, on Country Lands, for Terms of Two Three, Four, Five or Seven Years, with the Option of Reducing the Principal if required. .Full particulars and all information from , M'EVOY & CO., 54 MARKET-STREET, MELBOORN...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

CHURCH N0TICE8. ST. THOMAS' CHURCH Of KSULA.SD, BUNYI1*. Sunday, July 12tli. Services at 11 a.m.'and 7 Thera will be a celebration of Holy Communion at tbe close of the evening Bervice. " , i -■ For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Wooda' Great Peppermint Cure; 1/6.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

News and Notes* Councillor McGrath got his hand caught iu a butchcr's sausage machine at Tallangatta, with the result that tho middlo finger was cut off. A brassiinisher named John Harris, aged -l'l, residing at College-parade, Kew, committed Buicide on Monday by cutting his throat with a razor. Ernest Langley, 15 years, had hie skull fractured through being thrown from a horse at Studley Park. Three muti have been- arrested at Ouyeu on charges of selling liquor without licences. They were bailed out, aud will appear at the Ouyeu Court on 15th Julv. The police caused a ' drought' by confiscating a largo quantity of liquor. Tho licwly-crocted Statu .School at Pakenham South was opened last Friday by Inspector Fusscll, of tho Education Department. Tlio school cominittec has raised ovei £'20 towards tho purchase of a piano. George, you look woll 1 Yos, I buy my boots, hats, and socks at Pearson's. Louisa Mountjoy, formerly of Yau Yan Gurt, died suddenly at Gecloug oti Sunday ovuuing, a...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Boy Shoots His Companion. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

Boy Shoots His Companion. A peculiar shooting fatality occurred at Axedale, in the Bendigo district, on Monday evening. It appeals tbat a young man named George May was sitting in Wadc'a boot shop at Knowsley, when a companion o£ his named Reginald Treloar rode up on horseback, and dismounted. 1'hc young men were well-known to eacli other, and had always been on the moat friendly terms. A pea rifle, which May says he thought was unloaded, was in the shop, and as Treloar was entering the door May picked it up, and, pointing it at Treloar, called out" fo' him not to enter or he would shoot. May pulled the triggor, and was horrified to find it was loaded and tbat he had shot Treloar, who fell to the ground. Dr. Owens was brought to the scene from Heathcote, and found that young Treloar had been shot through the eye, life being extinct. At the inquest held on Tuesday before Air. A. Dunstan, J.P., May wai committed to stand his trial at the Bendigo Supreme Court on 18th August ou a charg...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

A REMINDER. Readers of the "Free Press" are requested to remember thai, the funis and business people who advertise iu our columns do so in the expectation of direct results in the way of miail and other orders. We receive advertising business because the paper has a large circulation (especially among the farmers), but if our readers, omit to mention the " Free PresB1' when ordering, tlie salo is liable to be credited to some other medium in which the same advertise ment may be appearing. Extreme care is taken" in selecting our adTOrtisers, and we frequently decline contracts from firms for various reasons, so that our readers may rely upon getting- a fair deal from the clients whoso advertisements appear. We, therefore, urge our readers to patronise •" Free Press" advertisers (botli'district and outside), and to be sure and mention the name of the medium through which their pocket was touched. ♦% »*« ♦**♦!« ►!♦<!• •!« •*«

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Arbor Day at lona. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

Arbor Day at lona. Tho lona State School held its annual Arbor Day celebrations on Friday lust. Notwithstanding the cold and bleak weather a good I gathering of parents were present. After roil call the head teacher (Mr. McDonnell) addressed the children on tho origin of Arbor Day. Owing to the absence of trees tho children indulged iu games until luncheon was prepared. After a substantial lunoh, provided by tho parents, a sports' programmo was proceeded with, the results being as follows :— Girls' Ilacc under 7: E. Kelly 1, N. Fitzgerald 2, IS. Fitzgerald 3. Girls' Iincc 7 to 9 : Mina McDonnell 1, M. Fitzgerald 2, II. Green 3. Girls' Kaco 3 to 11 ; V. Creely 1, L. McMillan 2, K, Dessant 3. Girls under 11 : D. Lewis I, I. Winter 2, h. Clarkin 3. Girls' Skipping Kacc: L. McMillan 1, D. Lewis 2, L. McGrath 3. Boys' liace 7 to 9 : F. Cozens 1, J. Creely 2, L. Winter 3. Boys' Itace 9 to 1L: A. Sippo 1, N. Fitz gerald 2, W. Winter 3. Boys'Kacc 11 and over : N. Fitzgerald 1, H. Creely 2, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

fur Chronic Clicsl Complaints, Wooils' Great I'cppcrniint Cure.' I/O. JAMES YOUNG. Knvm Salesmen, Stuctk ;uui General Agents, . A Laryc l.isl of llislHct.-I'nijicrtics 'o Selec! from, ami biiy'uhsiliimi lo inspect. XlflllS for • • . ... II. V. McKay'* .Suusliimi I'liriii linpliiinriiis iin.l Allii'iii nii'l; I'-imliTs. A isclicr'* Celi'lniiltiii II .linns'. ... II' van Bros. '• C.virliiiif " Winiiinil.s.' lifpliy. Knluy k *J<'i• tiliiciV. ^Ii'rsnii'i -. I'tinip Si'piiriiiVirii^'iinil':;'Kurt-kiri-Jlllliiu \l ...|| II.-;: " ' 'A' 11 111111 1 inlViini-. 1! 110iI 'I'll; ^ - nily TI'■ 11I'-. nil, H/o, :iL.Mclbolllib' ['liri iii tsunyip. "t.. 1 Ciii'iAP MONKV TO LEND. PI IHIJC NOTICE. K f >11 THOSli I: ICQUI 111 NC "LAND 111 | I'-UYOil USASIi. I \fi my business fines' mu tin-, ojipmlunilv of Inspecting I lie-T<.VNL) : 111 the Surnmmhiij; Distilot. I . Iihvc ilccnlcd lo Sunt ;i I.iuul Agency 111 Hunyip. I have lioiv bcveral Gowl Hiver l'roperncs .ami Swamp Fimua i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

w A Master Baker SPEAKS OF THE WORTH OF So ill his friends scarcely knew him and he went to the Melbourne Hospital. A friend recommended Clements Tonic, and that saved him This letter lias been recorded because of its great erncstncss, and the-way the writer, Mr. Holliday, expresses his sufferings and recovery. It shows what Clements Tonic can do. Mr. Holliday writes from his business address. 113 Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Peel Factory), Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " 1 am glad to tell you what Clements Ionic did for mc. A year ago I was so ill from bad liver and nervousness. 1 blamed overwork, and a rush of orders. To keep customers supplied I worked day and night, with the result I got so ill I could take no part in the business except supervise. To give an idea how ill and changed 1 was, people who had not seen me for months would pass and not know me. I was for five months like this, gradually getting worse. Good advice and medicine did mc no goad. 1 de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 July 1914

COONEY'S ION A TEA, Isi 3d ind Is 6d. DrinklONA TEA

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Under the Hammer. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 July 1914

Under the Hammer. Adamson, Strettle and Co. JPty. Ltd. announce that the next sale of stock at theBunyip saleyavds will be held on Thursday, Aug. 6th. Skews, Hunter and Co. now hold their monthly stock sale at Bunyip on the fourth Saturday in each month, and entries are being received for their next sale on Saturday, the 25th July.' ■ On Wednesday nest, 22nd July, an important clearing sale of a choico dairy herd, six horses, poultry, farm implements, utensils, etc., will bo conducted by Joseph Clarke and Co. on Mr. W. Schmutter's farm at Modella, six miles from Banyip and the same distance from Longwarry. Mr. Schmutter has leased his property, and everything on the place has to bo sold. The herd includes 6 good dairy cows in fall milk, 35 good dairy cows (springing to calve), and 5 two-year old Jersey heifers. Particulars will be found in our auction columns.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 July 1914

Now is the time to place your Order for THAT NEW UI UI When doing so there is no need to go away from Bunyip, for E. GLAVIN Will Fit You to Perfection. Style, Pit, . and Workmanship Guaranteed. American Shoulders a specialty. Note Address— Holgate's Store, Bunyip. Gippsland Hotel OPPOSITE BUNYIP STATION. R. WILSON Licensee. Has taken over the above Hostelry, and will be pleased to eoc old friends and new comers at any time. Only the Best Brands of AViues and Spirits Kept in Stock. EVERY COMFORT & CONVENIENCE. BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS KBl'T. •Horses and Vehicles on Hire. RAILWAY HOTEL, Bunyip, Under NEW Management. > A\ JY" LICENSEE. GOOD BILLIARD TABLE. First Class Accommodation For Victors or Travellers. COMMERCIAL Hotel, LONGWARRY E. VICKERY, Light Ales on Draught, Gigars, Cigarettes, Etc, Wines and Spirits Kept CELEBRATED — Victoria Lager Beer On Draught. ' ' ~ 5 r Alcock's Billiard Table, New Cover. ' GOOD 8XABLING. VICTORIAN PRODUCERS' CO OPERATIVE COMPANY, 495 Collins...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 July 1914

Sales of Property. Mr. James Kavanagh junr., manager of the Bunyip branch of Messrs Keast, Morris and Miles, auctioneers, reports having sold the following district properties by private contractAccount William Sullivan, 40 acres at Iona. at £31/10/- per acre to Mr. Edward McTighe, of South Melbourne. Account of Thomas J. Devenay, 20 acres at Iona to Mr. George J. Chilvers, o£ Warragul, for £500. Account qf Mr. Shanahan, 180 acres for £4700 to Ml-. Krbs, of Trafalgar. Account Rev. J. Byrne, of Daylesford, 4 acres at Iona to Mr. William Sullivan for £120. Account of Mrs. C. White, o£ Hawksburn (in conjunction with H. May) tho freehold of the Gippsland Hotel at Bcaconsiield with 13 acrcs of land to Mr. A. ! It. Bragg for £3102/10/. Account of Mr. Maurice Toner, 20 acrcs on the Gartield-road to Mr, J. J. O'Lcary, of Iona, for £500. Total sales, £10,232/10/. Mr. A. H. Brown, laud agent, of Bunyip, reports having sold 316 acres of land at Labertouche on account of Mr. W. Alcorn for £1730...

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CORRESPONDENCE. WARRAGUL HOSPITAL CARDS. (To the Editor "Free Press.") [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 July 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. WAKKAGUL HOSPITAL CARDS. (To the Editor " Free Press.") Sir,—May I, through your columns, aak all those who have kindly undertaken to collcct for the new operating theatre at the Warragul District Hospital to return their cards prior to the 1st of next month to the treasurer (Mr. B. Davis) at the London Bank, Warragul. H. R1NTEL, Secretary Warragul Hospital.

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Swamp Drainage. THE PAST BLUNDERS AND PRESENT PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 July 1914

Swamp Drainage. • THE PAST BLUNDERS AND PRESKNT PROPOSALS. During the course of an interesting address last Friday evening at the Colamba Hall, Iona, Mr. J. L. Dow referred to the Swamp drainage scheme. Captain a'Beckett presided, aud said tb« Govtrnment proposed 10 make a levy of £55,000 on the Swamp, £10,000 of which was to be the settlers' share. There was a strong feeling that this waB unfair, becauat it was not in the direction of making the swamp flood proof, but simply another addition to a former long list, o£ sums expended in engineering blunders. Tho settlers had not at any time objected to paying their share in the upkeep under legitimate maintenance, providing they were first placed in a condition of safety from the floods. As things were at present it appeared that agreement to pay this new levy would give no guarantee of future safety. Mr. J. L. Daw, who was present by invitation, said that this was one of the hiBtoric blunders of the State. Drainage of the Swamp began...

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Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 July 1914

Bunyip Free Press — and — Berwick Shire Guardian. vv*Kw> * *y>/* v w g w v THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1911. Local and General Topics. The Romau Catholic ball is to be held at Pakenbam on Friday, 7 th August. Cr.'W. Close Las decided to seek re-election for the Pakenham Riding iu August next. It is Btated that Mr. G. Colviu has purchased a building allotment next to the post oQice at Kooweerup at £3 per foot. Skating at tho Bnuyip Hall has been discontinued on Saturdays, and in future will be held on Weduesday evenings only. In another column the Berwick Shire Council notifies ratepayers that an open court to reviso the rolls for the four ridiugH of the shire will be held at Pakonham on Saturday, 25th July. Ratepayers should sec that their names are on the rolls before it is too late. The court will sit at 2 p.m. Electors are reminded that a fine of L2 will bo imposed en all persons who fail to have their names inserted ou the Federal rolls. The last hour for enrolment is 6 p.m. on Mon...

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