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Kooweerup. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

Kooweerup. Despite the numerous "explana tions" by the Railway Department, there is still a shortage of trackB. A large number of farmers are sending away chaff, potatoes, and other pro duce from the Kooweerup railway station, and frequently the scarcity of trucks causes much inconvenienco.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

News and Notes. -{ Ex-sojsfeeant Steele, who capturued Ned^Kelly (of the Kelly gang) died ^8tt"Wangaratla ou Monday last. He ' was 75 years of age. f..-;* Irving Sayles, a coloured comedian, ■ widely known in Australia, dropped dead in. the street at Ohristchurch, (N.Z ), vfliilo joking with friends In • his early days Saylos was a champion • sprint runner. Women of all shades of political ; ■ opinion have combined together with ' the object of forcing the Victorian Government to give, equal pay for equal work. The Bulgaudra Hotel, Bulgandra, 40 miles from Albury, was burnt to the ground early on Monday moi'ning. A rabbiter known as " Deafy " Smith perished in the flames. A young man named Frank Byrne was killed on the pier at Cunninghame (Gippsland) through a crane" falling on him. He leaves a wife and two young, children. "A woman at Nottingham (EDg.) gave birth to two children at an interval of five weeks, which has given risa^ to the interesting question ' whether; .te'ese two c...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT DOINGS. DROUIN [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

DISTRICT DOINGS. DROUIN Mr. James Maginn, who formerly resided at Buln Bain and Warbnrton, died last week at Crossover, aged 78 years. Mr. Parry has retired as a partner in the firm of A. JEL Henderson and. Co., Dronin, and the two HonderaonB will carry on the business. ♦ •> A «3»

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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The Midland Railway MEETINGS AT YANNATHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

The Midland Railway MEETINGS AT YANNATHAN. On Saturday evening last a largely, attended meeting of farmers and land owners was held in the Yannathan Hall, when a motion was carried by a large majority in favor of the proposed deviation of the midland railway from Kooweerup to McDonald's Track, only seven voting againsj, the motion. It is proposed that a deviation bo mads -" in the present survey so as to bring the lino three miles along the No. 0 - - Drain, towards Modella. The Eailways Standing Committee came to Longwarry on Monday, and were driven across to Yannathan by 0r. J. H. Bmethurst. They took evidence at the Yannathan Hall for and. against the proposed deviation. The chief speakers were Messrs J. Chambers, C. Pitt, M. Fallon, S. Bmethurst, and R. G. Gardiner, and they all gave ample reasons why the j • deviation should bo granted. | ' It is probable the Standing Com mittee will agree to the deviation. .Patrick Kett, a laborer, dropped dead at Chillaugoljab, probably from *...

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

CricKctGoods •cor* Vtnokt. 6 match .. gd. ia match is., as., as. 6d. 49.6d. v 34 match .. 53 Pocket ttiffcovee. is. 3d, is. €d. ,3 6 CRICKET 0 AX LA* Wisden's Special Cro\« " M.S.D." Special Stoddari gut sewn Duke s Match.. "Prince" Express Hercule*, silk tewn .. "Titan," for hard use Demon Match.. " Star" leather Eclipse Compo. 5$ or. " £tlas" do •* Strate" do Postage jd. cxtic Baiting: G1ot*>. Padded (extra light), 5s. tfd. Surrey Shield. fik 6d. r>air. Sing*e Gloves, 3s. Co- and 5s. 6d. each Postage 6d. extra. 5£TM. Comp'ete. 6 x iS feet, best quality, 15s. I* »» , 1 37s. 6d. atATrix «*. Best Quality, Leather Bound 6ft s piecei .. 875. 6d. Sift* a .. •• 7** Canvas Bound. 6ft., 9 750 Wearing Apparel. Trousers, Flanntl, tos. 6d Shirts, ?s 6d, 3^, ;s 6d, 4s 6d, Hats, is. 3d, 2s., as 6d, 6s fid CRICKII Hi'i . Chosen in Eigland for us. __ *,4 Clapihaw, all cane .. 6 6 Strate ,, .. 8 6 £fet*or .. 10 o Clapthaw and Cleave's "Driver" .. ta 6 Atlai C&ne and Rubber x» 6 M.S.D...

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

Smith Street, Warragul, (OpppoBite Post Office). - - (REGISTERED) " Dental Surgeon Warragul, February 1, 1014. Dear Sir ;or Madam,— Good teeth are vitally essential to good health and have an important influence on your appearance. Therefore, it is essential that the Filling, Crowning and Bridging of your teeth, er thjj substitution of artificial for natural ones,' should be carried out by a Dentist who is duly qualified by experience and assisted by the most modern appliances. I haj^gpmiJ^s^the Latest American Methods by practical experience, IJ.W. Dental College and Haskell Crown and Bridge v/^'CslJ^gg, ChijpagoA I have long ago passed the experi mental stage! tod ' gtfairdiitQe my Wirk for perfeot fit, comfort and per manancy. y Having applied Eleotrioity and the Newest Mechanical Appliances in my Surgery, which is easily the most elaborate in the difltriot and one of the best equipped in the State, I offer advantages whioh are rare even in the City. I will be visiting BUN YIP on...

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

BROWN &HIGGS, FARM SALESMEN, COMMISSION AGENTS, ETC., Bunyip and Drouin. Agents for Bearing Machinery, Atlas Insurance Company, &c. TBUST MONEY TO LEND. F?om £300 to £5,000 at 41 Per Cent. Two-thirds of Purchase Money Found . Free o£ Commission. KEAST, MORRIS And Miles, W. B. Kuast, A. E. Morris. E. U. Miles. Stock and Station Agents, Auctioneers, Property Salesmen, G08-10 COLLINS STREET, MELB., AND BUNYIP, SPECIALITY IN SUB-DIVISIONS. FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL STATES. LOANS ARRANGED AT LOWEST RATES. CLEARING SALES CONDUCTED. JAS. KAVANAGH, J UN, Local Representative, PUBLIC NOTICE. Land. Land. Land. FOB THOSE REQUIRING LAND TO '■ BUY OB LEASE. —:o:— AS my business gives me the opportunity of Inspecting the LAND in the Surrounding District, I have decided to Start a Land Agency in Bunyip. I have now Several Good Biver Properties and Swamp Farms to do business with.: Local Agent for Buckeye Harvester Coy, Do not Forget that I have a standing order for a Pig and Calf Truck...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

A REMINDER. Readers of the "Free Press" are requested to remember that the firms ana business people who advertise in oar columns do so in the expectation ,of direct results in the way of mail and other orders. We receive advertising buBinees because the papor kaa a large ciroul&tion (especially among the farmers), but if oar 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 from firms for various reasons, so that oar readers may rely upon getting a fair deal from the clients whose advertisements appoai-. Wo, therefore, urge our readors to patronise " Free Press" advertisers (both district and ontside), and to lie snre and mention the name of the medium through which their pocket was touched.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

MISCELLANEOUS. At tho Sydney stadium last Satur day night last tho chamdiou middle weight boxora, Eddio McGoorty aud Pat. Bradley, boxed a full-20rouuds contest. It was a very hard battle and McGoorty received the verdict ou j points. The Victorian light-weight boxer, who has won all along tho lino during the past faw months suffered a defeat in Melbourne last' Saturday night, his conqueror being t.he imported Nat. Williams. They went the.20 rounds and Williams showed he was the better boxer of tho two. The Amorican, Willio Ritchie, light woight champion "of the world, haB beou engaged to box in Australia. The residents of Cora Lynn have again decided to hold a sports' meeting on Easter Monday, and Mr. Kay Jeffers is acting as hon. secretary pro. tern. 0. U. Later as regards the full programme of events. The programmo of 20 events, to be deoided at the annual St. Patrick's Day sports at Kooweerup on Maroh 16th appears in detail in another column of to-day's issue, and athletes, cycl...

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

pHLETT p^ROS. Post Office Store, Bunyip, HAVING' Enlarged our Premises we are now Carrying Full Stocks of Groceries, Grain, Chaff <& Produce. $ We have just Opened up a New Line ot Crockery and Glassware. Aud cau Guarantee Ojir Customers Every Satisfaction in ALL LINES. Inspect Our Stock before Purchasing Elsewhere. The Store for Value Ss the Store for You There's a big satisfaction in knowing that our Store enjoys the conf.dence of our customers. They know that | whatever they buy from us is honest value—wemake this the policy of our business and will continue to do so throughout I our business existence. Our goods are fresh, the best of their | kind obtainable 'and our prices are the very lowest that honest goods can be bought for. Here* proof of it:— ' o, «a.< CHAS. FEARSOfclf' General Storekeeper and Merchant^ Bunyip. "">1; ApY' FLOUR ? FLOUR ? 150 lb. Sack 14s. 3d. Bran and Pollard Is Id per bushel, CASH ONLY. SEND YOUR R E A TO THE H. and N. Cr...

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

SPORTING NOTE8. CRICKET. The Bunyip and Longwarry teams .commended a match on the ground of the latter on Saturday, 7th February. Bunyip went first to the wickets, and were disposed of for the small total of for the small score of 78, the bowling of Paternoster, Chappell and Freeman proving disastrous to the visitors, the former taking 6 wickets for .85 runs. Longwarry made a much better stand than their opponents, and when time was called had knocked up 108 for the loss of 6 wiokets. The game will be finished next Saturday. Scores:— BUNYIP, First Innings. E. Nasb, b PatemoBter .. ... 1 F. C. Rosenbrock, b Paternoster . ... o TbomaB, b Chappell ... ... : ... 12 A. F. Becher, b PaternosUr ... ... g J. Healy, b Paternoster ... .. 3 W. Holgate, b Freeman ... , ... 13 W. McDonald, b Chappell ... ... 8 C. Watters, b Freeman ... ... 2 Trumblej lbw, b Paternoster ... ... 11 Dr. Withington, stumped, b Paternoster... 2 Turner, not out .• ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 12 Total... ... ... ......

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

^mmumb>.jiii ii iiin» pi ir<agssr« e R1 e K BT. ^asfrsii" CRICKET BAXJLW. Wi«den's Special Crown 8{6 - H.S.D" Speci.l ..» ,, Stoddirt. KUl sewn ..( ' Duke's Mitch .. .. I 6,6 "Ptince". •• Express .. ) Hercules silk sewn .. ) " Titan M for hard.use .. 5/* Demon Match.. .. 4JO ■'Stai" loftiUw •• 4/ Edip.se Compo* S\ ox. .. j/6 " Atlas " do .. .. t/. "Strate"do. . i/u Postage 4(1, extra. 4? Dalliiif €>tl»T0i. Padded (exUa Hfilit), 5s, 6d* an.i7s.6d. pair Surrey Shield, 6s. 6d. pair "Prince," black I.R, 144, (id. Single Glores, 3s. 6d. lo 7s. Gd. - each ' 'Postage fid-extra; **T \ Complct * x it feet, best qual. \ 15* 6*42 ,. 37" 'd. HATTIJIG. _ Br*t Quality, Leather Bound' fbft., apicce* .. ... Sos. _ 5t ft., a .. 72s. fid. Can»as Bound. " ft., a pieces •. 7«.6d. 41'• .3 .. .. Gas. 6d Wearing: Apparel, I Troujet*. Wool S3crpe <)«. 6d. [ Shin*. jv.6d ,3s., 3i.6d..4v M , Hat% is , tii. bd., as. 6d . 5* 66. huh, . s d. Clapshaw, all cane 6 6 Strata „ R 6 Meteor...

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

C: Pearson, of Buuyip, lias , put iu ■n excellent stock of men's suits, caps, shirts^ collars, etc., aud in selling 4*nie at low prices.—(Advt.) WMMMIWHMMItMC >♦ Now is the time to place your Order for Summer SKT When doing so there is uo ueed to go away /'rem Biinyip, as E.GLAVIN, Will Fit YOU to Perfection. STYLE, FIT & WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. HOLGATE'S STORE, UN YIP. Gippsland Hotel OPPOSITE HUN VIP STATION'. R. WILSON Licensee. Has taltca over the above Ho«t«lry, and will lie plenscd to ecc old friends and new comcrs at any time. Oalj the Best Braniis of Wines and Spirila • Kept in Stock. EVKKY UOMKOUT & UONVKNIENOE. l»K3't UHANDtj OK LIQUORS KttPT. Horses and Vehicles on Hira. AMERICAN SHOULDERS A SPECIALITY. Note Address— !' MONEY. WE Hate a Large Amount of HON E-Y TO LEND, at Lowest Current Bates. In Large and Small Burnt, on Country Lauds, for Term# of Two Three, Four, Five or Bavin Yeats, with the Option of Reducing th« Principal if required. Full, partic...

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

Stray Notes. A big trouble is looming in the butchering trade unless shorter hours and an inorease in wages are forth coming. Some of these days the Melbourne press will realise that to apply the term ' lazy' strike to a strike against ' overtime Vis absurd. Reginald Hill, eon of a well-known owner of racehorses, died suddenly at Mordiallo'o on Tuesday night. He was 21 years of age. Teo Victorian railway mou liavo at last secured a general increase in their wages and tlio increase will be given as from July 1st last. Mr. A. M. Hannah, a well-known auctioneer at Beaufort and Skipton, was burnt to death in a bush-fire which swept the Monmot district on Friday last. A jookey named Percy Barnett, 81 years of age, was seriously injured at the 'Wallace races on Tuesday through his mount falling. Barnett resides at Port Melbourne. .. . Abraham Judah Green, brother of Sol Green, the well-known Melbourne bookmaker, dim) suddenly at the Palace Hotel, Mosman's Bay (N.8.W.) on Tuesday morning. ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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SHOOTING. BUNYIP RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

SHOOTING. BUNYIP RIFLE CLUB. The fourth of the inter-clubs teams' rifle matches was fired at Yarragon on Saturday, the 7th inst., when the local team journeyed thence and claimed a victory, the third win foi the series. The finals in connection with these matches take place at Moe about the end of April, when prizes ranging from £5 first to £1 tenth, of the total value of £21, will be dis tributed. JBuuyip, having three wins to add, should have a' share of this providing a good score is put np on that occasion. A favorable day for shooting' was Saturday, and the Yarragon range is situated iu a picturesque foru gully. Dinner was provided by tho Yarragon club. Au advantage iu the handicaps, and Yarragon not shooting up to its reputation (W. Pat-tricks 64 being thoir best) enabled Bunyip to win by 13 points. Bunyip marksmen H. Berry aud T. Slattory were again to tho front with 61 each. Scores i— BUNYIP. Handicap Total T. Slattery :• 12 70 P. Gunnelsou ... 20 70 H. Berry 12 70 J. 0. Qui...

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

A Master Baker SPEAK8 OF THE WORTH OF Clements Tonic 80 ill his friends scarcely knew him and he went to the Melbourne Hospital. A friend recommended Clements Tonlo. and that saved him This letter has been recorded became of ill great erneitness, and the way the writer, Mr. Holliday, expresses his sufferings and recovery. It snows what 'Clement! Toniccan do. Mr. Holliday writes from hia business addreu, 113 Madeline Street (Bakera Patent Peel Factory), Cirlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11, CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " I ■■ glad to tall yen what Clemuia Tonic did (or mt. A year a|o I wh 10 ill from bad liver aid mrvomaiu. 1 blamed overwork, and a rush of ordert. To beep caatomera isppliedl worked day and night, witb the molt I got «o III I coild take bo part in the batiaeii except •aptrvise. To give an idta kow ill and ' changed I wai, paopla wko bad not tee» ■e for aoitka woald paaa and got fcnbw . me. 1 wa* lor five montbi like tliic, gradually getting worn. Good advice and medicine did me no goo...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Baker and Barber. A WAGES CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

Baker and Barber. A WAGES CLAIM. In the Melbourne County Court on. Monday laBt a rather peculiar claim was made under the Country Shop Assistants' Board on Monday last. A man named Edward Arthur Lam bert, aged 23, driver, now of Rosedale, proceeded against Matthew Pater noster, of Berwick, baker and store keeper. Plaintiff sued for £16/15 Wages duo, and which he alleged ho bad been underpaid for a period from 25th Fobruary to 11th December last. Mr. Eager (instructed by Mr. Turner) appeared for plaintiff; and Mr. I Magennis (instructed by Messrs. Croft [ and Bhoden) for defendant. I Plaintiff's. case was that be was at ' first engaged by defendant at a wage of 17/6 per week as a driver, delivering bread and groceries to customers. At a later period his remuneration was increased to £1/2/6 per week. He He also received board and lodging, which he valued at 15/ per week, and subsequently, with the permission of the Factories' department at 18/- per week. The contention on plaintiff's ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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BUNYIP COURT. Wednesday, Feb. 11th. (Before Messrs. A. H. a'Beckett and C. Pearson, J's P.) Debt Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

BUNYIP COURT; Wednesday) Fob. 11th. (Before Mesai's. A. H. a'Beckett and C._Ponvnon, J'q P.) Debt Oaaoa. D. Goonoy sued Theresa Manuix for £2/7/1, goods sold and delivered. No appearanco of defendant. Order for amount with 15/- costs. Education CaBes. ! Constable. Anstcc proceeded against John Jolly for neglecting his child's education. Mrs. Jolly attended and said when the obild did not attend she sent a written exouse and that the tcacher (Mr. Daly) read the excuses out to the other children. She said the teacher also gave a different exouBe altogether to tho truant officer to tho one she had sent. The Chairman (Mr. a'Beckett) said she had better complain to some other department about that. Fined 2/6 or 4 hours imprisonment:. William James was charged with the same neglect and lie was fined 2/6 or 4 hours'imprisonment. Inglobsrt Gunnelson was similarly charged in twdlustance8.~~Firied-.2/6 or 4 hours imprisonment in oaoh case. Frank Gallagher was also charged with similar neglect...

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Advice to Settlers. "TURN DOWN THE WATER COMMISSION." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

Advice to Settlers. " TURN DOWN THE WATER COMMISSION." (By a Pioneer Settler.) In regard to the Water Trust which is likely to bo forced on tho unfor tunate settlos ou Kooweerup Swamp. It ■ is Bttfo to say that tho great majority of the Bottlers viow with alarm tho unscrupulous manner in which the Department of Lands and Public Works is now shirking its responsibility through non-fulfilment of those conditions under which the Department sold the swamp lands to the settlerB. It iB evident that the true state of affairs is not known to the Government outside of one or two members and the officers who are responsible for the disastrous con ditions under which one-third of the i settlers suffer on the south-eaBtern side of the Swamp. The area is a large one, and settlers who bought their holdings as ' reclaimed land' about 14 years ago have suffered from floods every winter and spring since they have taken tip this land; and they •ha've; beeii"Tovued to put on improvements at heavy cost...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 12 February 1914

WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Skews, Hunter and Co. report having held their usual weekly market at their Warragul saleyards on Thursday, 5th February, when there was a light yarding of cattle and pigs, and no sheep forward. The market was good, and saleB were brisk right through, everything being cleared. Pigs—Suckers 15/ to 18/, slips 20/ to 21/, stores 26/ to 32/, porkers 41/6 to 51/6, no baconera forward. Cattle—Fat steers L5/5/, fat cows L5 to L6/10/, best store do. L3/10/ to L8/13/, second do. L3 to L3/5/, aged and inferior lower, best springing heifers L6 to L7, second do. from L5, small do. lower, heifers 2 years L3/6/ to L4/11/, others from L3/1 /, do. 12 months 32/6 to 44/, do. poddies 22/6 to 27/, mixed poddios 20/ to 27/, mixed poddies 20/, bulls L3 to L8/7/6. Privately during the week several horses at satisfactory prices.

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