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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 5 November 1914

News and Notes. J. B. Dunn, (iu active temperance worker at Hamilton for 50 yisus. Iihs died. Mr. A. Miller, pue of the residents of Mirboo, died at I-Iardm lust Thursday, aged 81. The only two foreign capitals that huvo not been captured by a foreign foe are Loudon and Pelrugrod. From Hornham (ho death is reported of Mr. Samuel May, proprietor of the Wimiueru Fouudry, at the age of 67 years. "» Mr. uud 3irs. Joliu Brewer, who have resided at 'Boechworth einco 1855, liavo celebrated their goldeu weddiug (75 years of marriod life).

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEOUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 5 November 1914

DROUIN. The death occurred a few days ago of Mr. A. Waterman, who had reached the age of 73 years. He leaves a widow, three sons and two daughters to mourn their loss. Young Andrew Skirving, son of Mr. Adam Skirving, had a fall while climbing a tree the other day, and had the misfortune to break his arm. He was taken to Warragul Hospital. A little girl named Cockram, whose parents are at present in England, fell off a pony last. Sunday at T. Holman's farm, and broke her arm in two places. A nasty accident happened to Mr.   H. N. Stewart on Friday afternoon. He was driving through one of his paddocks in a jinker, when the horse hotted. The vehicle capsized, aud Mr. Stewart was thrown out and dragged for some distance under the jinker. The mishap was witnessed by Mr. Sunley, who brought the horse to a standstill aud released the injured man, who was attended to by Dr. Cowen. He was badly injured about   the back, neck and head.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Church of England Sunday School. ANNUAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 5 November 1914

Church of England Sunday School. ANNUAL CONCKKT, Tbo anniversary concert and distri bution of prizes in couneotiou with St. Thomas's Sunday School, Buuyip, took placo on Monday evening last. Tbero was a good attendance of the parentB, and tho programme submitted was much appreciated. In the sccond part a cantata, entitled " The Little Gipsy," waB played by senior pupils and it was interspersed with songs by Miss Leta. Bottorill, Miss L. Berry and tho Little Gipsy herself (Miss Benie Wright). The Rev. A. Banks was chairman and he filled the position with credit to himself and satisfaction to the audience. The schoolroom was nicely decorated for tho occasion by the lady teachers and senior pupils, and Mrs. a'Heckett, who trained the children, is to be congratulated on the success of the concert. The following items were rendered :— Chorus ' The Day we Love,' by Children ; R.irith'k'ii 'Lord Ullin'a Daughter' Gladys -tonnes; Chorus 'Be a Little Sunbeam' Jliildren ; Recitation "The Boys...

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Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

Sales of Property. ; James Kavanagb, junr., the district representative for Koast, Morris and Miles, reports having sold by private contract on account of E. Style! 181 acres situated near Drouin for £2561/ 12/6, the purchaser being Frank Williams, of Prahran. Mr. Burrows, land agent, reports having sold 150 acres at Longwarry South on account of S. F. HooppeU-to G. "Wobb, of North Fitzroy, at £1? per aero; 200 acres ou- the Tarago River ou account of J. Brace to R. R. Sibbit, of Ireland; and on behalf of R. O'Callaghau his farm at Long warry ou the walk-iu and walk-opt principle to A. Warren, from Britieb Columbia, at £10 per acrc. . Stews, Hunter and Go. now bold their monthly stock sale at Bunyip on the fourth Saturday in each month, and entries are being received for their next sale on Saturdays &«il28th November. __

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Wedding at lona. WALSH—McGRATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

Wedding: at lona. WALSH—MoGKATH. On Wednesday, Oct. 28, a very nica wedding _ took placo at the Boman Catholic Chnrci;""* Iona, when Miss Hay McGrath, daughter of . Mr. and Mrs. McGrath well-known residents . of Iona, was. joined in matrimony with Mr.-.' Martin Walsh, third son of the late Sergeaat - D. and Mrs. Walsh, Camberwell. The happy event was witnessed by a large circle of friends, including a good number from both families. The ceremony was performed by the Kev. Father Cnsaclc, assisted by this Box.. Father McNamara. The church was nicely . decorated for the occasion by girl friaida of:_ the bride. The bride, "who wag given away by her . father, looked charming in a beautiful white embroidered voile costume, triramei ' with guipure lace and satin trimming*, and'! a square-cut train' lined with white utia . and caught with Bpray of orange blouom. , ' The customary wreath and veil was worn. The bridesmaids were Miss Miss Kitty... McGrath (sister of the bride), MiisNellle, Wal...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

WHAT IS WANTED FOR KOOWEERWP AND KINDRED SOILS. ♦ «» » ♦ « « « LIME is suoh a valuable agent in Agricultural matters that it. seems strange it is sot more generally used by farmers. LIME, is one of the chief ash constituents of olover, benefits clay soils that are deficient in a natural supply of the mineral, setB free the dormant plant-food of the soil, sweetens sour land, destroys sorrel, and generally improves the texture of the land to which it is applied. LIME has a great tendency to sink into the soil of its own accord. It should not, therefore, be ploughed in, but must be spread on the ploughed land and harrowed in. In the home country the use of Lime has caused white olover to appear where it was never seen before. The continuous use, season by season, of- superphosphates leads to the growth of sorrel, and to bitterness in orops intended for hay. Mallee and Wimmera soils generally contain a good percentage of Lime; Goulburn Valley soils not quite enough; and many Qippsland a...

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 — 12 November 1914

News and Notes^ J. B. Dunn, au active temperance worker at Hamilton for 50 years, Iieb died. Mr. A. Miller, odd uf the ui-irsi. residents of Mirboo, died at Mai-dan last Thursday, aged 81. ' Tlio only two foreign capitals that have not been captured by a foreign foe are London and Pctrogrod. From Horsham the death iB reported of Mr. Samuel May, proprietor of the Wimmera Foundry, at the age of 67 years. Mr. and Mrs. John Brewer, who have resided at Beecliworth since 1855, have celebrated their golden -wedding (75 years of married life).

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A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

A REMINDER. Readers of the " Free Press" are requested to remembe>r that the firms and business people who advertise in our columns -do so iu the expectation of direct results in the way of mail 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 Press" when ordering, the. sale 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 advertisers, and we frequently decline contracts frcm firms for various reasons, so that our readers may rely upon getting a fair deal from the clients whose advertisements appear. We, therefore, urge our readers to patronise " Free Press" advertisers (both district and outside), and to be sure and mention the name of the medium through which their pocket was touohed. Mc. P. H. Trood,cfche skilful dentist, of Warragul, announces that he will pay another visi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

The PUBLIC LOOK FIRST AT YOUR ^LOTHES — THEN AT — Make, the First Impression'a good one by- Wearing; . ^ V MEASURE. ^ WEat I Bell you will be Correct in Style; Fit and make and I Guarantee it shall Please You. There is nothing ordinary about,my suitB. They are made by some of the most experienced Tailors in the Commonwealth. ^ Men who have proved their standing. The Materials have never been so beautiful and at tractive ; they are 'veryi interesting to inspect, and: you are invited to see them. Please give Me Your ORDER, and let prove what- I can do. D.COONEY I O N A CHARLES General Storekeeper & Timber Merchant, AGRICULTURAL SEEDS A SPECIALITY. HARDWARE. Corrugated Iron, 5ft. 1/11 ; 6ft. 2/3 ; 7£t. 2/7 i 8ft. 2/11 ; Oft. 3/5 j 10ft, 3/10. Spouting, Iiidging and Down Pipes. Tanks, 600 gal. 60/6 ; 000 gal. (36/6 ; 800 gal. 80/- ; 1,000 gals. 91/ I'low Chains 3/9; Tin Buckets 1/3 ; Locks 1/3 Paints and Wall Papers. White Lead, Raw and Boiled Oil, Turpentine Terebine, Varnish a...

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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

THEY SAY. That listeners hear no good, moro cspeoially if two females are talking. That tho Iona stout young lady was very considerate when she pulled the whiskers of a Bunyip boy, presumably to make them grow. " That a man named Frauk Lavalle imposed on H. V. McKay by stating he was the son of " Kidman, the cattle king." Ho bought two motor cars for £1,485, tendered a draft as deposit and then borrowed £7. Result—Bix months. That a Oora Lynn young man says he is satisfied when a young lady will travel from Bunyip to see him; That is 11 Love." That tho Nortlj Bunyip lassie who has green in her eye should never show her. hand so plain. That thore is nothing so elusive in the world aB a husband—unless it is somebody else's husband. Afc Munioh (Germany) an hospital is supported by the .Bale of old steel pens and nibs collected from all partB of Germany. They aro made, into watoh-springs, knives and razors. : -That a-Qarfield lady's hair is like the lateBt newB, as in the morning we fin...

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For the Men on the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

For the Men on the LanA The rain of last Saturday aayed the tomato crops at Echuca, ■which are worth about £10,000. It is satisfactory to note that, while crops, in nearly every part o£ the State';-have been. a failure, the,same cannofc be said of the oat crops on the Kooweerap Swamp. A.t lona Messrs Bi, H. Grummiech and Chapman-have crops of 'oats that are a revelation considering the dry weather. They have more than onoe been eaten down by stock, but are at present fully six feet high. There are also some fine crops of oats at Cora Lynn. : Throughout the Kooweerup tBwamp and West Gippaland the heavy frost of three weeks ago did not do so muoh damage to potato crops as was thought at the time, and the early potatoes are now coming along nicely. Last Saturday's welcome fall of rain, has greatly benefited potatoes, and will materially assist the growth of the main crop, _ mo.Bt of which has been sown. Onions, whioh grubs were beginning to attack owing to the dryness, will also benefi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

SILVER STAR STARCH INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

\ Auctions. Skews, Hunter AND CO. STOCK, FARM, LAND k FINANCIAL AGENTS, AUCTION SALES AT WARRAGUL,. Eyery Thuieday of - CattU Sheep and Pigs. . " WABRAGUL, Every Second., Thursday, Fat Figs (Best Buyers Attend). WABRAGUL, Horse Sale, Qaarterly. BUNYIP, Monthly — Cattle, Bbeep, and Pigs, Every FOURTH SATURDAY, at Mr. Stacey's Sale. Yards. ACCOUNT SALES AND PROCEEDS ON DAY OF SALE. CLEARING SALES CONDUCTED LOANS NEGOTIATED to VALUATIONS MADE. Agents for the Scottish Union and National Fire Insurance Coy. BUNYIP MONTHLY SALE. SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1914. SKEWS, HUNTER & GO AUCTIONEERS, Will hold a Speoial Cattle Sale AT MR. STACEY'S YARDS, aa above, and they will yard CATTLE. SHEEP. HORSES. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. Good Outside Buyers will Attend. Farm Salesmen, Estate, Insurance & Financial Agent, Dandenong. Rents Collected. ^ Auction Sales Arranged, Valuations Made. DO. YOU WANT TO SELL Your Farm ? If BO, CObSult A. H. BROWN, The Lightning Seller, B U N Y I P. BuyerB Wait...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

KOO - WEE - RUP AND DISTRICT CALEDONIAN SOCIETY FIRST GRAND ANNUAL HIGHLAND GATHERIN' Will bo held on MONDAY, DEC. 28th, 1914. Patrons—Messrs. A,.Downward and W. S. Keast, M's L,A. Chief, Mr II. L. Laidlaw; Chieftains, Messrs H. Beattie, J. Bethune, 8. Christie and J. Hudson. Hon. Treasurer, Mr J. Morrison. Hon. Secretary, Mr W. Malleott. Committee, J. Grey Senr., W. McDonald, D. Bothune, J. Gray, H- D.Mills, R. Preston, T, Jack Senr., A. Bethune, R. Gordon, W. Johnson, O. Harknesa, J. Preston, T. Lyall and.A. P. Campbell. ^5: : ■ ■ ~ ■ ■ •' ... ^programme; HIGHLAND DRESS. Best Dressed Highlander ; firat £1 j entry 1/. Beat Dressed Laddie 16 and under; first 10/•; entry 6d. Best Dressed Lassie 16 aud under; first 10/-; entry 6d. PIPING EVENTS (All Comers). PibrochB ; first £1/101, second 16/-; entry l/«. Marches; first £1/10/, second 10/-; entry 1/C-. Strathspeys and Reels ; first £1/10/, second 16/-; entry 1/6. Two Most Popular Irish Airs ; first £1, second 10/-; entry 1/. DANCING ...

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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

Stray Notes. Frederick Merifield, 49 years of age, who had been snbject to epilepsy j took his own life by banging himself at Heatlicote on Saturday morning. Master W. Eagle, of Harcourt, has received a certificate for attending the Castlemaine High School for six years without missing a day< He has to travol nine miles to school. On account of the dry. weather the main drain which runB througbt the Koowoerup Swamp is much lower than its usual summer level, from the se& up to Iona' being merely a series sand-banks. A St. Aniaud farmer named Alex. McDonald was fined £8, with 15/ damagos and Sl/liJ- costs, for crualty to animals. Several lambs had been trespassing on his grass paddock'and crop, and be throw them over the fence, injuring two of them, i The catering for Ions band dance on Tuesday next, Not. 17th, will be carried out by Mr Maitdtn, Buoyip.

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Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

Bunyip Free Press I • — and — Berwick Shira ftuardian. THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1914. Local and General Topics. No stock sales were held on Tuesday (Cnp Day) at Dandenong. .. At Christchurch (N.Z.) the price of tho 41b. loaf of bread lias been raised to 8d. A. XJnger, licensee of the hotel at Fish Oreek, passed away on Saturday last, aged 44 years. E. Hillbricb, of Narre Warren, died a few days ago, and his remains were buried in Berwick cemetery. Entries for the Mornington Farmers' Society's annual shew, to be held at Berwick on Thursday, Nov. 26th, close with the secretary, A. E. Thomas, on Saturday, 14th November. Although the election day for the Legislative Assembly is only a few weeks off, no opposition has so far been offered to Mr. W. S. Keast, the Liberal member for the Dandenong electorate, of which Bunyip and dis trict forms a part. In another celumn. tenders are invited by the Kooweerup Caledonian Sports' committee for the publican's booth, refreshment booth, etc., in connecti...

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BUNYIP COURT. Wednesday, November 11th. (Before Messrs. Harris, P.M., Pearson and Botterill, J's P.) Maintenance. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

BUNYIP COURT. j Wednesday, November 11th. (Before Messrs. Harris, P.M., PoarBon | and Botterill, J's P.) [ Maintenance. The case of Annie Mary Synot ▼. Simon Synot, for maintenance-of fonr children, was called on. There was no appearance of either party and the case was struck ont. Vaccination Gases. Thomas McGrrath was charged with failing to have his child vaccinated. No uppearancco. Fined 40/. Ernest John Watt was charged with u similar offence. He produced the necessary medical certificate and no prosooution was recorded. John Brelieny. was. charged with a similar offence. Promise to have the ohild vaccinated caused the matter to be adjonrned till January 13th. Names off Rolls. . Henry Osborne was fined 2/(3 and Esther Osborne 1/- for failing to have their names placed on the Federal roll. Debt. A man named Appleby proceeded against Jane White for £2/5/0, due 'f or ^flooring two rooms, at the Bnnyip Coffee Palace. Mr Hamilton for complainant, Mr Dunn for defendaut. After an argu...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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COMMERCIAL. Produce Market. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

COMMERCIAL". Produce Market. Wednesday. Gippslaud and Northern Co-opera tive Selling Coy report:— Potatoes—Choice samples are very scarce, and prices have considerably advanced. Holders are to-day asking np to £8 for Carmans, Snowflakes and Excelsiors. Oats are much firmer, and 3/7 is obtainable for prime milling ; feed 8/6. Supplies difficult to secure. Barley prices have advancod all round, as stocks arc becoming ex hausted. English is selling from 3/ to 5/, and Cape from 3/6 to 3/9. Maize remains tirm at -1/ a bushel for prime Red Flat. Chaff—Choice samples £6/5/, but ordinary good lines are slow of sale at £5/151 to £5/17/6 per ton. Onions—Arrivals this week have been fairly heavy, and as Silvorskins are now offering freely, the market is much easier. Prime samples uro clearing slowly at L10/J0/ £10/15/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

Harrison & Gillies BRICKLAYERS, BUNYIP A/*© ion a, vAH kinds of BriekJ.^ij^yifer^ Done throughout the district". CEMENTING k PLASTERING 'ALSO EXECUTED, All Work Guaranteed. Moderate Charges. Postal Address—IONA. CARPENTER ......... BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, BUILDINGS OB" ALL KINDS ALTERED AS REQUIRED. ' t' General Repairs and Jobbing Work .Done. Plans and Estimates Given: Address— CKMEl'liKY ROAD, UUNYIP. Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES. , SUFFICIENT ADDRESS— MELBOURNE. A. KRUPP WATCHMAKER, Jeweller and Optician. Of Melbourne, Daljston *nd Lang Lsnjj, Has Commenced Buelneea at MAIN STREET, BUNYIP. Repairs at Reasonable Rates, and guaranteed for 12 months. BYES TESTED FBEE OF C0AHGE A TBIAL SOLICITED Will Visit Pakenham on Day of Eaoh Cattle Sale. CALL AT Tlie store wlierc you can purchase Groceries, Drapery, Boots, Fruit, Confectionery, and General Merchandise as •Cheap if not Cheaper than any store in Gippslaud. MRS. ^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 November 1914

LOST AND POUND. LOST on Gippsland lload, Lougwarry, a SADDLE, ou 23rd October. Good Bcward given ou return to i'HOS. CLUNING, Longwarry. PUBLIC NOTICES. For Sale. )IANO, (Thurmcr) also Purc-brcd Kelpie BITCH, 1 months old. Apply— 1'AK.EX HAH HOTEL. F TO LET. IVE-KOOMED HOUSE, Bathroom and Underground Tank, Sheila, Etc. Apply— BERNARD 1UCHAKL, Buuyip. SHOP TO LET, fronting Main Street, Bunyip. llcm 10/- Weekly. Apply, FREE PRESS OFFICE. Koo-wee-rup Caledonian Sports. MONDAY, DECEMBER .'Sth.' TENDERS aro invited and will b* re ceived up till 16th November, for the following— (1) I'ubliean'B Booth. (2) Refreshment Lunchcun Booth. • (3) Fruit, Confectionery, Soft Drinke. (1) Icc. Cream. Successful tendereiB will be required to lodge a deposit before final acceptance. Good accommodation. No tender necessary accepted. Further particulars from— W. McDONALD, Hon. See. liooweerup, F I R E W O 0 D! FIREWOOD (2 foot Dry) Delivered iu Buuyip or Longwarry at Reasonable Prices by Ton or Load.. Se...

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