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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

0. Pearson, of Bunyip, bos put iu an excellent stock of men's suits, caps, shirts, collars, otc., and is soiling s&rao at low priccB.—(Advt.) - - Now is the time to place your Order for Summer SmT Wlieu doing so there is no need to go away from Bunyip, as ■ E.'GLAVIN, Will Fit YOU to Perfection. 8TYLE, FIT & WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. AMERICAN SHOULDERS A SPECIALITY. Note Address— HOLGATE'S STORE, UN YIP. Gippsland Hotel OPPOSITE BUNYIP STATION. R. WILSON Licensee. Uaa taken over the above Hostelry, and will be pleased to see old friends and new comers at any time. Only the' Beat Brands of Winea and Bpirita Kept in Stock. EVEUY COM POUT & CONVENIENCE. BUST BUANDS Ot' LIQUOKS KEPT. Horses and Vehicles on Hire. MONEY. WE Have a Large Amount of MONEY TO LEND, at Lowest Current Hates. In Large and Small Sums, on Country Lands, . for Terms o£ Two Three, .Four, Five or Seven Years, with the Option of Reducing th« Principal if required. Full particulars and all informa...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

Ion & Store — AND — D. G 0 0 N E Y L A B a E Assorted STOCK ...../ We Deliver in any Quantity of the above at Lowest Rates. A Trial will Convince You. Iona and Bunyip—Daily. Garfield and Tynong— Tuesdays,-Thursdays and Saturdays. Yannathan— . ' Mondays, Thursdays; Murray's Road— Tuesdays, Fridays. CELEBRATED I O N A TeR Is. 3d. This is COONEY'S. If wu Please YOU toll others IONA TEA. If \vc Don't Tell US—Iona Tea. B READ READ 01" tlie Best Quality. Week in, week out—AlwayB . tlie same—The BeBt. • • The FAVOR i Of your Ee,commendation I & patronage respectfully solicited; Note the advantages of , Dealing at Gooneys:— Now that tha Farmers' busy time is coming, it will pay you to deal with ub, and have your GOODS delivered at your door. Remember, TIME IS MONEY at thiB season of the year, and you will SAVE BOTH at the IONA^ STORE &' BAKERY. WELL-KNOWN TESTIFY TO Letter received from Nurse Calherine Korling, 176 Davis-strcct, North Brunswick, 29/3/12, in which she...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DROUIN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

DROUIN SPORTS. The annual gathering of tho Drouin Sports Club was well attended on Foundation Day, £27 odd being taken at the gate, whilst £12 worth of tickets were sold. Results :— Maiden Plate, 100 yards—G. Hughes 1, H. V. Kugelman 2, 0. Harkin 3. Handibap Bicycle Race, one mile—r J. L. Fitzgerald (125 yards) 1, D. Fitzgerald (160 yards) 2. C." Daw (195 yards) 3. Boys' Race 16 and under, 100 yards —O. Devereaux 1. Handicap Block Chop, standing, 14 inch logs—G. F. Silva (5 sec. behind) and A. Moulden (7 sec. behind) dead heat for 1. Sheffield Handicap, 130 yards—G. Hughes (15 yards) 1, Con. Lenz (15 yards) 2, R. McDonald (11 yards) 3. Drouin Wheel Race, 1^ miles—J. L. Fitzgerald (200 yards) 1, D. Fitz gerald (200 yards) 2, R, Harker (300 yards) 3. Handicap Underhand Chop, 16-inch logs—A. Moulden (8 sec. behind) 1, P. E. Farloigh (IS sec. behind) 2. Tossing tho Sheaf—R. Downic and G. O'Brieu-divided. Hurcle Race, 130 yards—M. Kelly (12 yards)- -1', A. Forrest (12 yards) ± > - Slo...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

ie jpocBm OMSPepoT For Cricker Goods icoro Rook*. Wisden's Spccial Crown 8"' 41 M.S.D." Special .. 7 Stoddart gut sewn .. 7 Duke's Match 6 " Prince" .. ..6 Express . • • . • 5 - Hercul«S| bilk sewn .. 5 " Titan," for hard use ; Demon Match .. .. 4 " Star'Meather .. 4 Eclipse Compo. s\ ui. 2 *' Atlas*' do 3 *'Siratc"do i Postage^d. Ratling- Glove*. Padded (extra light), 55. 6d. Surrey Shield. 6« 6d. pair. Single GJox'es, 3s. 6d and ;S. 6d. each Postage 6d. extra. 3ITJBT%. Compete. iB feet, best quality, :5a. 42 ,t 57s 6d. MATIIMi. Best Quality, Leather Hound 6ft a pieces .. 87s. 6d. 5ift. a .. •• 7« Canvas Bound. 6ft., a Wearing' Apparel. Trousers, Flann«l, 10s. 6d Shirts, ?s 6d, 3s, 3s ed, 4s 5d. Hats, IS. 3d, 25.. 2S 6d, 6b od CRICKET MA' Chosen in England for Clapshaw, all cane .. Strate „ Meuor .. 1 CJapshaw and Cleave's Atlas Cane and Rubber 1 a 6 M.S.D. „ „ 15 6 Warsop's "Acme'' .. 15 6 Stuart SurridgeV'Oval" driver .. .. 17 6 "M.S.D. Special" Double rubber ..17 6 Shaw &amp...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

(REGISTERED) Dental Surgeon • Post Graduate North Western University, Chicago. ^ Post Graduate Haskell Crown and Bridge Work College, Chicago. Registered by Examination Dental Board of Victoria. <$• •£* Your Dental Work Without Pain, Without Doubt of Good Results. F AINLESS D ENTISTRY The real kind aequirod by Graduation at two of the leading American Colleges in Chicago. ' The Best is None Too Good for You in Dentistry—Consult Me. SMITH ST. [Opposite Post Office], WARRAGUL. Visits Drouin Every Tuesday, at Railway Hotel. Commonwealth JsfoKanl? of Hustralia HEAD •OFFICE SYDNEY Ikti Bank <• opto for all classes or 'GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLIN8 8TREET, MELBOURNE Aim fit S.vdnsy, Canberra, Ailelaidr, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Towosrille, aid L4St*l< Oable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills asfStlated a»i collactid. Letters ot credit issued to any part ot the world. Hilli ne...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE. NEAT Littlo Farm, all cleared. 194 acres, with 10 acres orchard, 2 miles from railway station. Good 4-roomcd House with plenty of sheds and outbuildings, l'ricc— £7/10 per acre, terms arranged. TO LET. rliHE above FAHJI will be Let to a good i_ tenant at £35 a year, and half amount of the rent will taken in labor from tenant to improve the farm. Particulars from— YOUNG & WATTKIiS, Bun vip. £♦♦*«**• #•« »*♦ »*♦ «£♦ BUNYIP Wilson's Gippsland Hotel, On Feb. 5th & 19th, From U a.m. till S p.m. busy Corner, ^ 88 Elizabeth^! u OPFOJITt Equitable" -BLDCS. collins ST MEXT CITY H0<EL. 1 Mr. Thomas holds these Certificate The Dental Board of Victoria. The Medical Act, 1890. The Dentist Act of Victoria, No. 960. New South Wales Dental Board, 1900. South Australian Dental Board, 1902. New Zealand Dental Act, by Examination. W. E. THOMAS Modern American DcntUtry. The Dentist with the Largest Practice in Australia. Only Who'csale Importer of th...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

0*X*00^^^K^K|><HWX' (* 'I* ^ Alteration of SALE DAY. SKEWS, HUNTER & CO AUCTIONEERS. AT the request of a numbor of their clients - in this district hare decided to hold ' thoir BUNYIP SALE in future on tha 4th SATURDAY in Each Month. ..." NEST SAEE—28th FEBRUAEY, 1914,

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. RACING. The Warragul Racing Club, which has made great headway under the secretaryship of Mr. Ed. Nicbolls, has been given permission by the V.R.C. to hold another meeting on February 28th. The following programmo will bo decided :—Trial Handicap, 10 sovs., 5 furlongs; Opon Handicap Trot, 15 sovs., I5 miles ; Warragul Handicap, 30 sovs., 1 mile; Novelty Pony Race, 20 sovs., furlongs; Belmont Handi cap, 15 sovs., 6 furlongs; Flying Handicap, 10 sovs., 5 furlongs.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DROUIN COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 28th. (Before Messrs. G. V. Stephen and J. J. Winters, Justices of the Peace.) Damaging Property. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

DROUIN COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 28th. (Before Messrs. G. V. Stephen «nil J. J. Winters, Justices o£ the Pcacc.) Damaging Property. Three youths named Charles Bye, Thomas Ueston and George Croft, all aged about 20 ycare, were chargcd with wilfully damaging property. The evidence showed that they wore " out for the night" and commenced thflir frivolity and fun by pulling off gates and generally amuBing thomselves at the expenao of others. They purchased their experience and night's amusement as the Boneh got down on them heavily with a line of £2 each or 7 days imprisonment. Claim for Commission, A claim for £7/14/5 was made by Edward J. Doherty against W. Hardic, being half commlsiion on the sale of about 300 sheep, which had been purchased by J. Chiaholm. The case was a rather complicated oae owing to other agents having had interviews or some other dealings with tho buyer over ths transaction.. Skews, Hunter and Co/ were mentioned as the agents entitled to half the commission, but...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

Residents should attend Ad. Oree's Concert at Bunyip next Wednesday. Some interesting news, including They Says, will be found on the 4th page of to-day's " Free Preaa."

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Welcome Dental News. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

Welcome Dental News. " At the request of numerous patients Mr. P. H. Trood, the well-known dentist, of Warragul, has decidod to pay periodical visits to Bunyip. His first visit will bo taado on Saturday, February 14th, and afterwards tho second and fourth Saturday is oach month. He trusts that by civility, moderate charges and good workman ship to merit the patronage of the public. Having had practical ex perience in tho latest American and Australian methods the public who engage the services of Mr. Trood may rely upon seeming tho most up-to-date treatment tnat it is possible to obtain. Mr. Trood will bring with him all tho mechanical appliances necessary from his Warragul surgory, so that district residents will rccoive exactly tho same treatment at Buuyip as they would at Warragul.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DROUIN [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

DROUIN Everyone in this part is sorry "for our esteemed townsman, Jim Ringin J (one of the council gangers and son of the clerk o! works), who had the misfortune to lose his youngest child on Monday night. The funeral took place on Wednesday. Leu. Parry, our old footballer and cricketer, and secretary of the Butter Factory, has sold out hia up-to-date home and left for South GippBland, where wo understand he is going into business. We are 6orry to lose his sort, as he is a sport all-round, and we wish him luck. Our okl and respeoted townsman, Mr Joe Winters, J.P., has not been in the lipst of health of late, and we were g!.c! iu mo hi in about again and able to take his scat on the bench on Wednesday. The flax crops have been very heavy this year all round the district, and Mr. Woolf and his large staff are busy stacking and laying out. It will be a big year for the factory, which has a very busy appearance at present.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

WARRAGUL. The high price of moat is a sore point with residents of Warragnl at present, and consumers complain that the rates range from 20 to 50 per cent, higher than most other towns. This seems rather peculiar for a cattle raising centre like Wavragal. It ■would be interesting to know what price the Warragul Hospital has beea paying for its meat supply, in order to comparo the rates with such' towns as Ballarat, Castlomaine, Casterton, Warrnambool, etc. . Instead of the ordinary annual sports the St. Patrick's Day club has this year decidcd to hold a picnic in the convent paddock (writes the " Gazette.1') An interesting pro gramme of footracing and log chopping is to be drawn up, and negotiatioHS are in progress for the engagement, of a metropolitan baud to add to the enjoymcet of the occasion. At the annual public meeting hold to make the necessary arrangements Mr. P. J. Reilly was elected president, and Messrs L. Welch and R. McDonald hon. sees, of the Bports. fl» A A

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE SUPPLY OF BAGS. (To the Editor "Free Press.") [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. ' "* ' ' THE SUPPLY OF BAGS. ("To the Editor " Free Pves8."1 May I crave a small apace in your paper re the vexed question that eeeins to bo at preseut practically the most predominant in the minds of the farming fraternity in this district—■ the question of bags for the potato trade. It seemb to uppcal' to mo as a very unfair attitude tor any trade to assumo that you should bo compelled to supply absolutely free of cost bags to hold produce, such as potatoes, just to benefit someone else. Why is it not possible for the farmer out hero to adopt tho game principles that exist iu tho mother country, and that is the merchant must either produce his own bags for holding the produce or pay a fixed price for tho bags supplied by the farmers. This applies both to grain or coreals. Tho farmer has to pay, aud that to tlio fullest possible value, too, for these bags (in many instances pur-, chased through the agonts), yet has to practically give, them away just to bo able to g...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Swamp Drainage. AN IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

Swamp Drainage. AN lSll'OKTANT MOVEMENT. Land-owners on Kooweerup Swamp are specially reminded that the Watur Supply Commission will meet Bottlers aud all interested in tlio Kooweerup Drainage Scheme on Monday next, February 2ud, at the following places : —Five Mile 11 a.m., Cora Lynn '2.30 p.m., Ioua 4.30 p.m. All are urgently requested to be present as members of the Commission will explain the proposed echcme. In the Slate Parliament on Wednesday the Premier stated the expenditure on tho Kooweerup flood protection works amount to £'24,000 hb a first instalment. The Minis try recognised that it had some responsibility in regard to the main drain; and proposed to pay £1 for £1. The amount tor this item, out of the £'24,000, would be £13,875, of which the Ministry would therefore find £6,937. He hoped that the settlers would cheerfully face their obligations. Mr. Keast add Mr. Downward protested against so small a State contribution towards the cost of the scheme. The second reading...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TYNONG, [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

TYNONG, The Railway Department are at present putting iu somo much-needed implements in tho station yard, Tynong. An elevated platform iti Hearing completion, from which it will bo poBsiblo to lift -potatoes and other heavy produce direct into the truck, instead of off tho ground as "formerly, and tho present goods platform is being extended by 50 fcot. During tho hot spell on Saturday last numbers of bush-fires broke-out in the hill country north of Tynong. It is significant that the majority of theso outbreaks take place in rough country, where " a good burn" is looked for to improve the grass, quite regardless of whore the fire may spread to or what damage may be done to neighbours. The Tyuong Sawmilling Coy's, new tramway was' threatened for about a niilo of its length for several hourB, and had it. not been for the stronuous exertions' of a willing band of fire - fighters serious loss would have been inevitable. * * <s» *

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT DOINGS. IONA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

DISTRICT DOINGS; IONA. Tho frame-work of the Ionu State School, which was destroyed by fire in July last, has been completed, and it is expected that the building "will be ready for occupation about the middle of March. The new sohool is a substantial structure, and the con tractor (Mr. Woods, of Ivanhoe) appears to putting the best of material into the building. Mr. Gunn, who has purchased Mr. Stephen Ryan's farm, comes from tho Trafalgar district with an excellent reputation. Thoso who know him declare that ho is a good sort and a good sport, as well as a Bret-class farmer. He is an undo of Mrs. C. Cail, whose husband was licenseo of llin Ion;t Hotel at Garfield a few years ago. It is understood that Mr. Ryan will reside on bis Modella property for a time. As mentioned iu a previous issue of the " Free Press," the lona Brass Band is inakiug great progress under Baudmaster Legge, who appears to be a great enthusiast. Ho is backed up well by other members, and tho num ber who turn u...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Caledonian Concert. A MONSTER SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

Caledonian Concert. A MnNKTKU Htrnniceu The Bunyip Caledonian Society's concert and ball on Wednesday evening, January 21st. was a monster success. Tho liall was crowded, the takings for concert and dance amounting to £30/16/. The concert was easily one oC the best ever given in Bunyip ; it was a matter of good talent being well received. Chief J. A. Shandlcy presided and introduced the performers. Mr. E. K. Clarke opened proceedings with a well-played pianoforte solo, and Mr. Will Neilson'g tine voice was heard to advantage in The March of the Cameron Men. So well did he sing that ho had to respond to an encore with tho song Mary. Madame Neilson followed with Auld Scotch Songs, which she rendered perfectly. In reply to an encore she sweetly sang The Swallows. Thus early in the evening the large audience could see that they wore in for something good, and when Mr. P. Coleman had sang On the Banks o' Allan Water as it hai never' been sung in Buuyip before the applause was loud and lo...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 29 January 1914

PAKENHAM. G. Patornoster's pony Chocolate, the winner of .numorous races in this district, has boeu sold to a Melbourne bnyer. An application for a wine license at —r,Officer was made by O. F:-Peterson at the Dandenoug Licensing Court. A number of reputable residents gave evidence in favor of a license, but the bench refused to graut it. The Fruit and Horticultural Society have erected a hall 90ft. by 30ffc. on the recreation reserve, and when it is opened in March uext a combined picnic show and sports' meeting will be held. Arrangements are' being made for a tine display of fruit and vegetables.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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