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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

THEY SAY; That union is strength, yet marriage makes two one. That at the present time even babies are Up in arms. Tbat Russia is giving Germany some of her own back. Tbat tbe Australian Bisley team won LOOG in trophies y.uil cash. Tbat when you jump on a tin tack, do not swear. Try another tack. . . ■ , : Tbat the bone of contention in » house is generally the happiest pottos' * ' .*•' in it. ' " ' Sj,-. That many a dog's bark might be ' ^ : worse than his bite; still, most people.' , S prefer the bark. • Tbat a long beer in tho band ia " V. worth three in the barrel. So says * , • local' bummer.' • Tbat many a man's patriotism'".' . begins and ends with his williugnefii to pass tho hat. . ' • That .many a man has found out to . . V, his boitow that lio cauuot. borrow oh his popularity. That it is bettor to be rebuked by • . wise man than to bo dccowed by the flattery of fools. That a young lady in a Bunyi» kitchen has had a hard Nut to crack during the past •week. Tbat a number of...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUNYIP COURT. Wednesday, September 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

BUNYIP COURT. Wednesday, September 2nd. Only one case was heard at the Bunyip Court on Wednesday, Mr. C. Pearson, J.P., presiding. This was one in which Mr. Freeman, of the Longwarry Sawmill, proceeded against \V. Schmutter for the recovery of L21/10/, due for material aupplied. A verdict was given for the amount, with costs. Wednesday, '28th October, has been tentatively selected as State election day. Mr. P. H. 1'rood, the skilful dentist, of Warragul, announces that he will pay another visit to Bunyip on Saturday, September 12th and may be consulted at Wilson's Hotel. The Euroa beuch on Wednesday committed Edgar Einsporn for trial at the Beuaila General Sessions on October -Otli on a charge of wurdcriug his father. The evidence showed that after accused was ordered by his father to leave home lie returned with a guu and shot him, AAAAAi'u'u'a j. x *■ * * • * *

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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POLITICAL. MR. McDOUGALLS MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

POLITICAL. MR. McUOUGALL.S MEETINGS. Mr. J. K. McDougall, the Farmers' candidate for Flinders, addressed a well-attended meeting at Narnargoon on Thursday afternoon, Mr. Matthew Cunningham occupying the chair. The candidate' Selivored another* of the lucid addresses which have already been published iu these columns. He declared himself to be a staunch protectionist, and said that the Lyne tariff was made possibie because of the support given by Labor. That tariff had brought foreign capital here, and articles formerly made in Germany and Switzerland and landed here were now being made in Australian fac tories from Australian material by Australian workmen. Those who bought such articles now had the satisfaction of knowing that their money stayed in the Commonwealth j instead of enriching foreign manufac-1 turers and workers, . Personally he I bought Australian machines because he considered that the beat way to be patriotic was by supporting Australian industries. No country could ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

Bunyip Free Press A S I) Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 19H. Local and General Topics. Those desiring to send telegrams on Saturday night next, Sept. 5th, in connection with the Federal election, are reminded that all post offices will be open till midnight. Double rates will be charged for ordinary telegrams lodged after 8 o'clock. Results of the elections will be charged for as under: 25 words for 6d.; 9d. between 25 and 50 words; over 50 and up to 100, the oharge will be 1/6. These rates apply to telegrams within the State only.' The Sydney correspondent of the " Argus " reports in Tuesday's issue that iu connection with the divorce suit brought by Ada Norton against John Norton, newspaper, Mr. Justice Gordon granted leave to Eva Pauuet to intervene. He also heard an application by Mrs. Ada Norton for alimony pendente lito. In her affidavit Mrs. Norton set out that her hur baud's annual income was £16,000, and his personal estate was valued at £150,000. Norton, in h...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

T. LEASK, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, (Uile u{ Surrey Hills). It- prepared to do all kinds of Work, under the above trades. Orders left at OLias. Pearson's Store, Bunyip, will be. prouiply attended to. Bunclc v. J, Costello. WB hereby be- to notify that owing to a MISTAKE occurring wc caused a writ to be issued against. the land of J. Costello, the elder, of lona, farmer, which writ liaB now been withdrawn. Joliu Buncie & Sou. PUBLIC NOTICE. FOK THOSE HEQUllllNG LAND TO BUY Olt LEASE. \ S my businc.-.G gives me the opportunity A of Inspecting the LAND in the Surrounding District, 1 have rlceidcd to Start a Land Agency in. Utuiyip. I have now Several (Joud Kivei l'ropcrl ics and Swamp Farms to do business with. Local Agent for Buckeye Harvester Coy. Do not Forget that I have a standing order for a I'ig aud Calf Truck Every Monday, leaving Lougwarry at I o'clock, Bunyip 2 o'clock, Garfield 3 o'clock. Stock Droving Done at Fair Hates. Advise Early, aud clients will be met and d...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

For Chronic Cheat Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6,

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

Stray Notes. Dr. Robinson, who had resided at Jerilderio (N.S.W.) for 28 years, dropped dead on Sunday. An old man named Rabe Frith, a gardener, residing at Carlton, was run over and killed by a motor lorry in Melbourne on Saturday. Up to 29th August the railway revenuo paid into the Treasury was L30,000 in excess of the amount received for the corresponding period last year. Robert Carter, 32, a miner employed at tbe Soutli mine, Broken Hill, was killed early on Friday by falling earth. At the inquest a verdict of accidental death Was returned. Mr. John Dunhath, who arrived in Victoria from Bedford (England) in the ship Chance 62 years ago, and has resided at Windsor almost ever since, died on Tuesday. The Labor leagues in the Walhalla electorate have decided to oppose Mr. Barnes, the sitting member, at the forthcoming State election, and Mr. E. Nichols has been selected to contest the seat. Councillor G. H. Greon, the newly elected mayor of Eaglehawk, ha6 donated £15/15/- for dist...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Warragul Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

Warragul Hospital. The Secretary of the Warragul District, Hospital reports for llic Inst month : Vatlcnts admitted 'JO ; patients discharged 27 ; deaths uil; patients remaining 11 ; medical ofiicer6 for the present month : Ura. Cowen, Ley and Trumpy; hor. dentist: Mr. J. C. Christopher. The Matron uesires to acknowledge the In lawing donations: A pretty picture and cushion for the Nurses sittiDg-room from Mrs. Uentle; 1 bug of onions from Mr. 0. Schmuttcr, Bunyip ; llowcrB from Mrs. Anderson every week ; (lowers from Mrs. Allen, Bunyip ; flowers from Miss Donald, Gariield ; and also a lovely lot of violets from the pupilR of the Bona Vista Slate School, grown in the School garden and cultivated by the pubila. It is reported that. Mr. F. Woods has sold bis farm on McDonald's Drain at Ij-2 nor acre.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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ELECTION RESULT8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

ELECTION RESULT8. j At the request of the police no election returns are to be posted up in Melbourne next Saturday night, and this rule will be observed in most country towns. In any casei as poll will not close until 8 o'clock, it will be a late hour before the final results are known So far as Bunyip is concomed, we understand that arrangements have been made for private telegrams giving the results to be posted (up till midnight) at Mrs. Wilson's Gippsland Hotel. By this time the fate of most of the candidates will bo known.

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Girls 'Own Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

Girls 'Own Club. The Buuyip Girls' Own Club held another succcssful social at the hall on Tuesday evening last. There was a good attcndancc present, and the usual parlor games and dancing were indulged in. Excellent music for the dancing was provided by Messrs. Geo aud W. Dawes. Twelve couples com peted for the waltzing competition, tho winners boing Miss Cruddeu and Mr. James Fcild. A duet, entitled " Australia," was nicely rendered by Misses Dot. ShornfT aud I. Pearson. The duties of M.G. were carried out nicely by Mr. T. Drake, whilst the judges for tho waltzing wore Messrs. Colin Morrison, J. Kidd aud Lieut. Sleep. The girls arc holding a meeting on Thursday euening to arrange for a concert and dnnce in aid of tho Patriotic Fund.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

SALES BY AUCTION. Geo. V.STEPHEN Auctioneer & Sworn Valuer, DROUIN. oleakinu sales conducted. loans negotiated. valuations made. FARMS FOR SALE, In Drouin and District. Agent for the Scottish Union and National Fire Insurance Company. DROUIN WEEKLY LIVE STOCK MARKET. AT new sale YAKDS. Tuesday, SEPT. 8, 1914. At 1 o'clock. GEO. V. STEPHEN Will Sqll at iiis .Yards, Qrouio, as above the following Lines of Stock— Also, Usual Large Yarding of I'igs. note : The Selling of the Pigs will now bo atarted at 1 o'Clock Every Week. kurtheh entries invited. FOR 8ALE. 27 ACRES With Good Dam, 3 Acres Grubbed and Ploughed. lj Miles fcom Longwarry and Bunyip Station. Good cropping land, also splendid frnit growing country. Drained Well. EASY TERMS. Apply, W. FAWKNER, Erin Vale, Bunyip. 149 ACRES FIRST CLASS LAND, Fit for I'otato Growing or Anything. No Outlay to Start to Earn Your Living. Prico—Only £13 per Acre, Easy'Terras. Apply, Hooppeli, Laic .I»raiBon'8 Store, Longwarry. A.P.WITHAM Far...

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WARRAGUL STOCK SALE Thursday, August 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

WARRAGUL STOCK SALE Thursday, August 27th. Messrs. Skews, Huntor and Co. report Laving held their UBUal weekly .market .it their Warragul aaleyards on Thursday, 27th August, 1914, when there was a full yarding all round, and priccs for pigs wore quite equal to late quotations, sows in pigs and stores sallimg particularly well. Good dairy cows and heifers sold well, medium aud low-conditioned stuff were dull of sale. All ofcbor descrip tions lower in price. They qaoto:— Pigs: Suckcrs 15/- 17/-to20/-; slips 22/- 21/- to 28/-; stores 37/- 41/- to 49/-; porkeru 43/- 50/- 57/6 to 59/-; baconers 67/- 71/- 75/- 79/- to 84/6; sows 90/- 120/- 127/- 135/-to 150/-; fat lambs 11/ Cattlo: Fat bullocks £10/10. Mr. Murdio's bullouks were mucli admired aud made tho abov« price. No fat cows forward. Store cows, best, £3/5 to £3/10; otbors from 50/-; inferior 35/- to 45/-; aged lower ; milkers and springers, best, £7 to £7/10; second do. £5/10 to JEG/10 ; others from £5, aged lower. Springing heifers...

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COMMERCIAL. DANDENONG STOCK SALES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

COMMERCIAL. dandenong stock sales, Tuesday. Adamsou, Strottlc and Co, Alex. Scott and Co, and Joseph Clarke and Co. conjointly report— A. moderate supply of milkers and sales oasier. Principal lots—Dugald MoLcllan 5 to Lll/2/, H. Masters 2 to L9/17/6, F. Einseidel 2 to L9/12/6, W. JlcKenna 2 to LiS/10/. Springers and storo stock were dull of sale. Forward from L6/5/ to L7/17/0, back ward L5/5/, fleshy cows to L6/5/. PigB — All classes much bottor. Heavy bacon L3 to L3/10/, light to 58/, heavy porkers from H/ to 52/, light 35/ to 40/, suckers (quality) from 18/ to 2(5/6, others to 15/. Calves 3/ to 40/.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Municipal Elections. CR. CARNEY RETURNED FOR THE IONA RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

Municipal Elections. Gil. CARNEY RETURNED FOR THE 10NA RIDING. Only one contest took place in the Berwick Shire — that being in Iona riding—where Or. Carney was opposed by Mr. T. Gleeson. Both candidates are residents of Tynong, and a keen contest was expected. The retiring man had much the best of the contest at Five-mile and Cora Lynn, but the Bunyip booth gave Mr. Gleeson a lead of 21 votes. At Iona the polling was fairly even, whilst at Garfield Cr. Carney won by 31 votes to 9. The polling was as follows:— Carney Gleeson Informal Bnnyip ... 2S 49 2 Garfield. ... 38 9 0 Ioua ... 49 64 0 Cora Lynn 80 26 0 Five Mile . 40 21 0 Totals ...v230 . 161 OR, CARNEY •... 230 MR. T GLEESON ... 169 Majority for Cr. Carney, 61. Mr. A. J. Pearce, secretary of the Enginodrivers,'and Firemen's Union, has been selected to oppose Mr. John Murray in tho Labor interests for the Warrnambool seal at the next State election.

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Produce Market. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 3 September 1914

V V V V Produce Market. Wednesday. Gippslaud aud Northern Co-opera tivc Soiling Coy report:— Oats—These coutiuuo to advance, and milling aro now worth 3/1, feed 2/11 to 3/. Barley -r- There is uow a bettor cuquirv for tho cheaper lines, as stocks are becoming exhausted, and English is soiling from 2/8 to 3/6, and Cape from 2/4 to 2/7. Maize—Prime diy flat red is selling steadily at 3/9 to 3/10. Chaff—Although larger supplies are eoiniug to hand the market continues steady. Prime wheuteu is selling at £4/10/, prime oaten £4/5/ to £4/7/6, with medium down to £8/15/. Potatoes—Heavy supplies forward during tho last few days, aud (he market is much weaker. Prime Car mans are selling at L5/10/, seed higher. Snowflakes La to L5/5/, Excelsiors and Browuells L-l/5/ to L4/15/, medium potatoes to L4. Onions—These have advanced very rapidly, aud to-day prime samples are selling at L9, with a firm market.

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Girls' Own Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 10 September 1914

* * ♦» Girls' Own Club. The president of the Bunyip Girls' Own Club (Miss D. Shorriff) and the other members have kindly arranged for a social, to be held ou Tuesday evening next, Sept. 15th, in aid of the above fund.

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A USEFUL GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 10 September 1914

❖ <♦ ♦> A USEFUL GIFT. The Secretary of the Patriotic l(,uud (Mr. H. Rodger) desires to acknow ledge tlio rcceipt of a hospital woollen garment and head gear, the gift of Mrs. F. W. Cock, of the New Bunyip Hotel, North Bunyip. The Trafalgar Butter Factory Coy. has donated a cheque for £10 to the Lord Mayor's patriotic fund. Tho company's previous donation was 10 boxes of butter. The employees in the fact.ii'y are all contributing a weekly amount.

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BUNYIP LADIES ASSIST WITH SUNDAY EFFORT. SUM OF £10 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 10 September 1914

BUNYIP LADIES ASSIST WITH '' SUNDAY EFFORT. SUM OF £10 1UISED. The efforts of t.be Bunyip ladies— especially Mesdames H. Rodger, Jos. Berry, 0. Pearson and. W. G. Kraft, .who prompted the meeting — were, highly successful last Suuday, when the demonstration to assist the Fund took place. The weatlior was all that could be desired and a large gathering attended. Mr. W. S. Keast, M L.A. motored from Melbourne specially to be present, and the committee are highly pleased with him for his oil'ort in every way The Iona brass band was also iu attendance and gave its services free of charge to assist the Fund. This patriotic action by tlio baud should not be forgotten by residents of Bunyip in the future. Speeches were delivered by Messrs. Keast, M.L.A., A. H. a'Beckett and C. Pearson, J's P, and all three spoke in an appealing manner for funds to assist the Empire amidst applause. Patriotic songs were rendered by Messrs. a'Beckett and Williams, aud L1Q was collected by the Boy Scouts. The...

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DONATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 10 September 1914

DONATIONS RECEIVED. The following donations were handed to Mr. H. ltodgcr, the hon. secretary, towards the Patriotic Fund :— Sunday afternoon, 13unyip 10 0 0 Thos. Stacey £5 6 0 T.J.Jefferson £5 0 0 A. H. a'Beckett ... 5 0 0 . Dr. Wellington ..." 2 2 0 11. Wilson (hotel) ... ill 0 W. Clarke 110 II. Uodger. . ... i j- J -'.ul ; .0 K. W. (.'ock .1 I 0 \\r. G. Kraft ... -... 110 B. and G. " Express-" • 1' 1 0 A. J-. Botterill ..; ' : '."l 1 0 ■ It. Klett . ... ... ,1 1 0 N. Harcourt - /l 1 0 David Williams ' ,10 0 A. Pigeon ..." ... , 1 0 '0 J. A. Shandley ... 10 6 1\ 11. Mclvor ... r ... 10 U " . Mrs. li. Kodgcr; , 30 (J 1 \V. Harrison ■„ 10 0 Mr. Ackerlcy ... ■ ... 1 10 0 B Glavin ,-10 0 • Mr. Williams (Com. Bank) i ' 10 0 ■ . It. Bennett vj i .-, : 5 ,. o Alf. Carter , ... ..\ 5 0 Fred 'Caitci ... ,. ... 5 0 Airs. Pearson ' 10 6 George Forroan ... ■ ..; 10 - 6 . W- Henderson - -10 6. Mr. Sleigh, Senr. ... A 10" 6 F. Tiuett • ^ 10 6 J. Berry 10 6 \Y> Temby 10 6 0. G. Salmon ... &a...

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Patriotic Fund. Bunyip Assists. THE APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 10 September 1914

j Patriotic Fund. I Bunyip Assists. THE APPEAL. At a meeting convened by the ladies of Buuyip" it was decided 'to make an appeal for the patriotic funds. The present situation calls for eoinesacrifice from us all. Thousands of our young men are going to fight their country's battles. We, who remain at home, must do our share to strengthen their hands and relieve their necessities. It is proposed to open a subscription list to' which contributions in cash and produce may be donated. The cash may be ear-marked for any special fund to which the donor may wish to give it. The produce will be sent straight to the camp at JJroadme.'idows. Donations may be sent to the "Editor or to tho treasurer, Mr. Clias. Pearson, Buuyip, and will be acknowledged in the columns of the paper. Signed on behalf of the Committee; B. C. Withington, Chairman. ; H. Rodger, Hon. Secretary. - Chas. Pearson, J.P, Treasurer.

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