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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
Harrison & Gillies BRICKLAYERS, ; iSUN Yll' a«p JON V. J" •-%&,:! kinds orlk'icklaviiio- Work* ; :' D.'sie thrair^kon-6—&lt;,he district-. ' -CEUENTl j*tASl'E 111N(j AT.SO BXliJjUTlCri',*.* • ' AH'AVork Gn»r:iniec&lt;!. 1 Mortcraic Chaises. . i ■ Pt.*ial Address—I ON,-Y.... A. BURNS,^ CARPENTJfiR . BUILDER A CONTRACTOR. ■'BOiriDlNGS OK ALJ; Kl'N.US AU'Klllil) AS KKliuLKElV. •General Kepairs ami j^obj^iui;'AVork I kmc ■ -I'lans :uul UsCiuialeS Given. Address— ' cbm>;t n 11 v iai),' nuny 11v § MELBOURNE. ALL. | commissions executed :i on government licensed racecourses. i>^-~BUFPIOIBST^OKES.S^ Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. ; A. KRUPP f v , WATCHMAKER, v: ; Jeweller and Optician. Of Melbourne, Sainton and Lang Lang, ■ - Has Commenced Business at MAIN "STREET, BUN YIP.' Hepair 3- at'ReaBouable Rates, . r -md. guar^njeejd'for 12 fiilmtlis. •> rasrisn fkke .of; cha'rgk # WferJ.-* • S0JM.C1TKD Pakenham on Day:of Each. ' > ?' *- GJatclu. iSaie. .. ' v -V...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
If you wank to look well buy one of Pearson's suits at 80/. Adamsou, StreUIe and Co. Vty. Ltd. announce that the next sale of stock afc the Bunyip saleyavds will bo bold on Thursday, Aug. Gtb. MUNtGIPAU NOTICES. SHIRE OF BERWICK. notice of HOLDING revision ■; court:'. - . T ' VroilCE is hereby given that an OI'EN l\ CO OKI' will be held on the Shire Sail, Pakeijham, on Saturday, the 25th day of Jnly,-19ri, at '1 o'clock p.m. to Kcvise the Voters'-Lists''and the Separate VoUrs' Li6ts for the Several Hidings of the Berwick Shire. Dated the lJtli July, 1911. J. BEG. HEN'JLT, President. MONEY. WE Have a Large Amount of MONK V TO LEND, at Lowest Current ltates. In Large and Small Sums, on Country Lands, for' Terms of Two Three, Four, Five or Seven Years, with the Option of lteducing the Principal i£ required. Full particulars and all information from M'EVOY & CO., 51 MARKET-STHEET. MKLBOUKNli. A. R WITH AM Farm Salesmen, Estate, Insurance & Financial Agent, Dandenong. Ren...
For the Men on the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
For the Men on the Land. On Wednesday afternoon Joseph Clarke and Co. held a successful clearing sale at Modella ou account of Mr. W. Schmuttcf. Most of the cattle, horses, farm implements, etc., were sold at satisfactory prices. • At the annual meeting of the Jindivick Pig Trucking Association it Was reported that the membership was 150. During the year the association forwarded 784 pigs to Melbourne, and received L2539/9/0. Mr. Wisewould was clected secretary, and Messrs Tandberg, Peel, W. Holt, A. H. Pincott, and E. W. Pctschack were appointed a committee. It is reported from Perth that Dr. Stoward, of the Department of Agriculture, having made a. patho logical examination of samples of suspected tubers drawn from a con signment of Victorian.potatoes, found ample evidence of eel-worm infesta tion. Tho consignment in question was certified by two Victorian inspectors as '• Ware" potatoes, but they were imported as seed potatoes. Dr. Stoward statps that, the eol-worm is practically...
DISTRICT DOINGS. PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
DISTRICT DOINGS. PAKBNHAM. At the reccut skating carnival Mr. }. Haiusworth, who acted tbe' baracter of a " Washerwoman," won he prize for most original character ; diss R. Webster was tirst for best Iressed lady; and Master Gibson was irst for best dressed gent. Surprise was expressed when it lecame known that G'r. Pearson, of 3unyip, intended to resign his seat for lie Pakcnham Itidiug of tbe council, i number of ratepayers hero consider ;hat Mr. W. H. Bloowfiold would itand a good chanco of being elected :or the vacancy should he come 'orward. About 150 residents assembled at the mechanics' institute on Moaday sveuing last, when Mr. McDougall, the Labor-protectionist candidate for Flinders, expounded his 'views. Mr. John Mulcahy occupied the chair. The candidate spoke at great length, and appears to be oue of the most. Bincere and moderate members of his party. It is probable he will poll a heavier vote hereabouts than any or his labor predecessors. The annual meeting of Pakenham...
Concentrates. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
c&lt; The produce by post sohem* matna that the producer can send direct to the consumer, Richard Thos. Kent, manager of the National Bank at Cobden, committed suicide by cutting hiB throat with a razor. Margarat Pyo, wife of a railway employe at Traralgon, committed suicide early on Thursday Horning by taking a dose of poison. Another fraud has been worked on the post office, this time in Sydney. The money order book was Btolen and several were filled in and cashed. In all about £450 was paid over to tho thieves. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great I'eppcrwint Cure. 1/6. Good morning! Have you paid your subscription yet? Perhaps you owe for last year or several years. Now, you understand we don't need the money ; we havo hundreds—to get. But really it is uu imposition to let people go carrying our money when we are so stroug and healthy, aud so abundantly able to bear tho burden oursolves. For this reason we ask anybody who has any of our money in their poss...
VISIT OF THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
I VISIT OF THE PREMIER. I I Mr. W. Forsyth, of Iona, who Las interested himself iu tho proposed drainage scheme for the Kooweerup Swamp, has received a letter from Mr. W. S. Keast, M.L.A., stating that j ho has arranged for the Premier, Sir j Ales. Peacock, to visit the Swamp on I Saturday, 1st August. Ue will i arrive at the Cora Lynn Hall about j 12 a.m., whore ho will be prepared to hear the delegates from the Five raile, (Jora Lynn, lona, Alodclla, and Yauuathan in reference to the swamp drainage proposal, and also with regard to the proposal to take the sand out of tho main drain. Empty vessels make uioro noise in spite of empty claims of inferior teas. You cannot loose sight of the fact that Ooouey's lona Tea is first favorite. Try it to-day.
Swamp Drainage. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
Swamp Drainage. In order to ascertain the exact position the Kooweerup settlers are in with regard'to the drainage scheme for the Swamp Mr. Keast, M.L.A. has approached the Water Commission on the matter. There were several points which the land-holders were not clear upon, and ,Mr. Keast made it his business to submit the questions to the Commission. He has received replies to same and has forwarded them tous for publication. The questions and answers are as follows :— . ; (1). Will the whole of the drains on the Swamp bo done in this scheme, and will the aettlera have any further expeme in regard to the drainage to the Lund* Department 1 ■ Answer: The Commission proposes that if the dietrict is formed to take over the clean ing of all the drains in the area and in thi» way the settlers would have no additional expense in regard to the 'cleaning out of such drains, f2). Great exception was taken to 2,000 ! acres ou the Yalloqk side, where only £150 is to be spent and where thcy'are...
Sales of Property. SALE OF HOTEL PROPERTY AT DROUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
Sales of Property. SALE OF HOTEL PROPERTY AT DROUIN. An important sale was effected a few days ago by Sir. F. Boileau, of Boileau, McCnlloch and Rodier, stock and station agents, of Melbourne, wlip sold Mr. E. J. Hayes' recently-erected brick Family Hotel at Drouin, three brick shops aud offices, and 17$ acres of land. The purchaser was Mr. D. D. Hickey,. of MoreUnd Hall, Mor eland, and formerly ofliiwlers (W.A.), and the price was Lll,600 cash.
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
POLITICAL. Sir William Irvine,' the sittiug member for Flinders, has recently been addressing great gatherings in the chief centres of Queensland. He will return to Melbourne about 2nd August, and is announced to speak at Bunyip on Wednesday evening, 26th August. ♦ ♦ ♦ « Tha Federal elections ace creating a vast amount of interest throughout Australia,.and already both sides have commenced electioneering and can "iBsing in earnest. The Balaclava Battle appears to be the chief attrac tion, and with Messrs. Salmon and Watt in the field the seat looks a sure thing for Mr. Gurtin, the labor man. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Ex-premier Watt, who resigned the Essendon State seat and premiership to oontest Balaclava, has to fight hard in order to hold the confidence of the Liberals, who have split and are now fighting each other. To make the job more difficult for Mr. Watt ha is up against " The Age " newspaper and "oEher'fia'M propositions as well. Mr. Watt has issued a writ against the proprietors, of " The ...
BUNYIP COURT. Wednesday, July 22nd [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
BUN YIP COURT. Wednesday, July 22 nd At the Bunyip Court on Wedp#»d»y last, before Messrs. C Pearson iad A. J. Botterill, J'« P., a youth named Victor-Lyons, of (iar&eld, w»s cbargtd with the larceny of two gan-mst*l watches, the property of John Monro, also-a resident of'G»cfield. -ConBt«l^» • Anstee conducted the prosecution evidence of the arrest of accused et Daudenoug was' given by Mounted coustable Anderson. John identified the watches as his property. Accused was allowed to go on entering iuto a surety of £10 to be of goo&lt;» behaviour for 15 months. Accused waB also ordered to pay 16/- costs. For Cbroiic Cheat Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. lfS. At Pearson's—Ladies CoatB 12/6. You must not miss this line. Loolc at our windows. Worth 35/- in Mel bourne. In the Berwick Football Association the protest lodged by the Spriugvale club against Narnargoon, on the ground that they played unqualiBo.i men, has been upheld. Little Jack Horner sat Sick iu a co...
The Federal Fight Flinders Election. MR. J. McDOUGALL SPEAKS AT BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 July 1914
the Federal Fight Flinders Election. MR. -V McDOXJG^LL SPEAKS , AT .BTJNYIP. • There was a large attendance et the Buuyip. Hall last Friday ©veiling when Mr. J. K. McDougull, who is opposing1 Sir William Irvine for the Flinders seat, gave a most interesting Hud instructive address on the aims and objects of the Labor Party, and on - Federal politics gonerally. The candidate spoke for about two and a half hours', and liis address waa ad mi tie J on all hands to be the best giveu in the Buuyip Hall for a long lime past. Mr. .1. C. Quigluy,- president of the Buuyip branch of -the Political Labor Conucil, occupied., the chair, aud in introducing the candidate stated that Mr. McDougall ,\yas a practical farmer^ and he wiis .pleased that the. oth»r candida.tea upiuin^te.d.haii with-, drawn in order .fallow jiim a clear rrin~»gainst Sir W illiam Irviue. Mr. McDougall, wJio received an excellent reception, .said-the party to which he belonged w'aB ri»t strongly represented • by the, press, ...
correspondence. MARKETING FARM PRODUCE. (To the Editor "Free Press.") [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 30 July 1914
correspondence. MARKETING FARM PRODUCE. (To the Editor " Free Press.") Sir,—A couple of months ago, with, pleasure and interest, I read your paper and noted various letters signed by Charles Vahlberg, secretary of tho P.L.C., in connection with tho fruit, industry and the middlomon, and thought tho scheme a very good ono indeed. As ^ have been " had " in diiloi'cut .ways by these people, I would like to know if the sehomo cannot bo worked iu regard to other produce—say onions, potatoes, and carrots, ctc. — as I recognise that something ought to be done to protect the fawners, who are entirely at tho mercy of these exploiters. Farmers appear to have no remedy whatever, and are forced to take or "accept whatever the middlemen wishes to give them. Should Mr. Yahlborg be able to give through your valuable paper a little more information on tho subject, apart from the fruit industry, I should deem it a great favor. Yours trnly, A. J. M. FITZGERALD, Farmer, Iona, 29/7/14. (There is little...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 30 July 1914
Established 20 Years. • J. J. Bartlett, (Kegsstered V.K.C., A.J.C, V.A.T.C, and other Leading Club3. Member of Victorian Club, Melbourne, and Tattcrsall'e, Sydney. Commissions Executed on All Events. Straight-out, Doubles, or Starting Price. Address Letters and Telegrams to— J. J. Bartlett, Melbourne. —'AND — ! MikEY. D. (^OONEY L A RGB Assorted ST OC K We Deliver in any Quantity of the abovo at Lowest Bates. A Trial will Convince You. Iona and Bunyip—Daily. Garfield and Tynong— • Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Yannathan— Mondays, Thursdays. Murray's feEoad— Tuesdays, Fridays. This is COONEY'S. If wo Please YOU toll others IONA TEA. 11 wo Don't Tell US—Iona Tea. CELEBRATED IONA Bread re ad Of tho Best-Quality. Week in, week out—Always the same—The Best; The FAVOR Of your Recommendation & patronage respectfully solicited. Note the advantages of Dealing at Cooneys:— Now that the Farmers' busy time is coming, it will pay you to deal with ub, and have your GOODS delivered at...
THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 30 July 1914
THEY SAY; That a young lady was correct when aha Btated M- Avenue \va8 not so quiet as it looked. That a Bunyip young man'is throwing eyes at what he calls " the Lillie o£ the Valley " and two others are not quarrelling with him as regards his description of the girl. That the Bunyip lad who" nearly? put a hole in the asphalt when he went down flop last night, under the nowB'agcncy verandah, should feel stiff to-day. That memberajof the'.Ciirls' Club arc fast becoming bolder and bolder as they grow older and older: Their last meeting was held at the hotel. That Prime Miuister Cook'smeeting at the ilcl bourne Town Hall waa not near so rowdy as the girls' meeting io the dining room on Tuesday night. That many a woman wishes she) was a man, and mauy a man wishes likewise. That Beveral lona young men don't know . their own' mindB. What troubles them most is to know the girls' minds. That a shy horse its not nearly so dangerous as a Bhy young lady. " liear, hear " cried the old bachelor ...
Produce Market. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 30 July 1914
Produce Market. Wednesday. Gippslaud aud Northern Co-opora tivc Soiling Coy report :— Oats: TbeBe are now much firmer, aB there ib a good feed inquiry. Milling are to-day worth 2/5, beat feed 2/4}, medium 2/3 to 2/3*. Barley : Good samplcB are in demand at prices ranging from 2/6 to 3/4 for English, and 2/2 to 2/4 for Cape. Poorer qualities are very hard to clear. llaize : The market is much better, and prime dry is selling at 3/5/ to 3/6, but there is not much available. Chuff: Supplies arriving arc light, and there is a good demand for prime oaten at £4/2/6 and occasionally £4/5/. Potatoes: Choice Carmens £4/15/ and occasionally £5, choice Snowflakea £4/5/ to £4/10/, medium grades down to £2, Onions: Although deliveries have bcon much lighter the market iB still very quiet. Prime are selling nominally at £6, with an occasional £6/5/. SkowB, Hunter and Co. now hold their monthly stock Bale afc Bunyip on the fourth Saturday in oach month, and onirics are being received for their nex...
COMMERCIAL. DANDENONG STOCK SALES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 30 July 1914
COMMERCIAL. DANDENONG STOCK SALES. ' Tuesday. Adiimson; Strottle and Co, Alex. Scott and Co, arid Joseph Clarke aud Co. conjointly report— Dairy battle: A fair supply of milkers and .'springerB, but the demand was not so keen and prices generally easier. Best milkers £8/10/ to £10/10/, extra to £11/5/, good £7 to £8/5/,-'others from £5/10/; best springers to £9, extra to £10/10/. The following were the principal lots :—For milkers: Messrs T. McGrath 1 at £11/12/(5, J. L. Tatterson 3 to £11, H. G. Gamble 2 to £10/1."/. B. Eden 2 to £10/15/, Selman Bros. 1 at £9/,15/, F. Eiuseidel 1 to £9/10/, W. Husscy 2 to £9/5|, Troupe Bros. 3 to £9, R. Hallinan 1 to £8/17/6. Springers : Messrs Brongh Smyth 10 to £10/10/, Parry Bros. 6 to £9, A. Angus 6 to £9, W. Brownfield 2 to £8|15|, T. L. Corrigan 1 to £7/17/6. Chopping cows £5/7/6, store cows to £3/15/ and poddies 21/ to 30/. Pigs : A moderate supply, .and late high rates fully maintained. Baconers to £5/4/, best porkers to 58/6/, medium .40/ ...