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For the Men on the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 19 February 1914
For the Men on the Land. On account of the coutiuned shrinkage in supplies, the whnlesnle price of milk delivered at Spencer Street was advanced on Thursday hy Id. per gnllon, making the quotation lOd. at Spenc-r Street. The potato output from the districts of Warrnamhool and Koroit is now an pxcepiionally heavy one. Last week I over . 2500 tons of potatoes: ware J despatched hy rail from Warruambool in special trains. On Tuesday, 24th February, a pig truck consigned to the Victorian Producers' Co-operative Company will leave Garfield railway station, and will pick up pigs and calves at the Tynong and Narnargoon stations. Large quantities of potatoes are at present being sent away from the Bunyip railway station to Melbourne, and the same thing applies to the Garfield, Tynong, Narnargoon, and Kooweerup stations. Tho onion crops, on the whole, are much lighter than in previous years. Sheep have been in good demand, most farmers having plenty of feed. Graziers have received up to 18/-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 19 February 1914
IONA ST. PATRICK'S DAY. PONY RACES. To be held on GARFIELD Racecourse on Tuesday, March 17th Under permission of V.R.C. President: Rev. J. J. Cusack, Vicc-presideiits : Rev. F. Conlon, Messrs. D. Field and 0. Kavanagh. Stewards: Messrs. E. K.Clark, T. Cry an, D. Danson, T. Cunningham, D. Gunn, M. Scanlon, T. O'Donohue, E. Gabbett, Cr. A. Fahey. Committee : Messrs. P. Walsh, J. Donald, Cr. J, H. Smethurst, II. J. O'Donnell, C. Pitt, R. McNamara, T. Gleeson, Cr. Pearson, P. Goulding, P. Cunningham, M. Fallon, R. Casey, M. Kinsella, J. J. Drake, P, McGrath, A. Gibb, H. A. Honrigan, J. O'Leary, T. Giblin, P. Enright and J. J. Daley. Judges : Cr. W. Carney and Cr. A. Fah«y. Clerk o£ Scales : R. McNamara. Clerk of Course : W. Doherty. Saddle Cloth Steward : E. Gabbett. Pony Measurer : M. J. Walsh. Starter : C. Pitt. Handicappcr : R. J. Gray. PROGRAMME. 1 HANDICAP PONY RACE, of £7/10 13.2 a.u. Four fur. Second horse 30/- from stake. Norn 7/6. 2 HANDICAP PONY RACE, of £12/10, 14 a.u. Five f...
Kooweerup. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 19 February 1914
Kooweerup. Mr. J. Hudson, who was rather severely injured through being kicked | by a horse, has1 recoveeed' utS'd'ef the i care of Dr. Harknesa. The Btaff at Kooweernp station has had a busy time during the past few weeks, as large quantities of potatoes, chaff, and other produce is being sent away. Extra loading accommodation is urgently needed. Agnes Hudson, of Koowcerup, widow/ who died on December 10th, loft under a will dated 22nd April, 1908, real estate valued at £5595 and personal property valued at £1684 to her children.
Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19, 1914 Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 19 February 1914
Bunyip Free Press f AND — Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19, 1914 | Local and General Topics. At tiio Uaudeuong Court on Tuesday a mau named George Pickett was tined £5, with 5/- costs, or a mouth's imprisonment, on a charge of having used obscene language in a public place. The annual general meeting of the Buuyip Mechanics' will be held next Monday evening, Feb. 23rd, at the hall at 8 o'clock. As business of an important nature is to be transacted all muiubers are requested to attend. The members of the Girls' Own Club held a very well - attended meeting in the Buuyip Hall on Tuesday evening last, when tha usual business was transacted. Miss Dot Sherrifl" was elected president, and Miss Frnla Wilson was appointed correspondent. Ou Wednesday last Messrs. Walker, Stacey and a'Beckett went to Bunyip and Tarago Rivera oil a fishing trip and succeeded in landing 18' splendid blacktish. Some turned tlio scalo ut 8 lbs, whilst others weighed up to li lbs. Messrs Gregory Bros, ...
Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 February 1914
Stray Notes. j Ou Sunday next, March 1st, the lona Brass Band will visit Bunyip ; and play selections in the show ground in aid of tlie Warragul Hospital. The Minister of Railways (Mr, j). Mackinnon) and Mr. W. S. Keast, M.L.A., will be present and deliver addresses. Georgo Jenkins, an old Charltou contractor, died the . other day, aged 80 years. At tho Korumburra show last week tho ga te takings amounted to the sum of £116/17/. E. MelHkin, a young man, was drowned while bathing at Mildura ou Sunday. Mr. Robert Singleton, formerly chiof accountant in the Railway Department, diod at Malvern last Sunday, aged 73 years. it is expected that the lona Dramatic Club will make a profit of close upon -£20 as a result of the recent production of "Our Domestics " at tho Goluuiba Hall. At tho Warragul court Andrew Quirk was fined 10/, with IS/6 costs, for having allowed a horse to travel along tho footpath from Williams street to Palmerstou-strect. The thvee-yeav-old sou of A. Yoaug pulled a sa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 February 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES, For Sale. on sale, a K. c. PAliLOT. Bunyip. QANARIKS FOIl SALE. _ Apply, Ladies' Annual Ball. Will be held in CORA LYNN HALL, On Friday, Feb. 27, 1914. First-class Music. Iifticicnt M.G's. TICKETS—3/15. (MHS) K. 5IUKDOCH, Hon. See. WANTED T0 8EL1.. TKAP, Pony and Harness, for £10 ; also Marc for £G. Apply A. BURNS, Bunyip. SHIRE OF BERWICK. Tenders. rilKNDKKS arc invited and will be re J_ ceived up till 12 o'clock p.m. Saturday 7th Marcb, at the Shirt Hall, Pakenham, for the following works— Contract No. 21—Culvert at Murray's Drain, 11 Mile lload. Spccilications may be ccen at Pearson's Store, Bunyip, on and after '.'ud March. J.J. AHEKJf, Shire Secretary. HOSPITAL SUNDAY, MARCH 1st, 19 M. Pleasant Sunday Afternoon, On fiunyip Show Ground aL 3 o'clock. ION A BRASS BAND Will Play selections. Mr D. Mackinnon (Minis! er of Railways),. Mr.-VV.-'S. lieusl, M.L.A., will spoak. Admission to show ground— FRE-E. Collection. IONA ST. PATRICK'S DAY. PONY RACES. To be held on G...
DROUIN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 February 1914
DROUIN COURT. At the Drouin police * court on Wednesday last a, young man named John Thomas Henry was presented on remand on a chargo of having set firo to a crop of llax, valued at about £100, the property of Woolff Bros. Superintendent Fowler conduoted the prosecution, and Mr. E. J. Hamilton defended accusod. A number of witnesses deposed that on tho evening of the lire Honry was seen in the paddock whoro the flax had been spread to ret. He appeared to bo under the influence of liquor. The bench (Messrs Winters and Young, J's.P.) came to the conclusion that the evidence was not sufficient to sustain the charge, and Henry was discharged, The Bunyip Agricultural Society has engaged a first-class Melbourne Concert. Company for the entertain ment to be given in the Bunyip Hall on Show Night (Wednesday, .arch 11th). The programme has been arranged so that there will bp plenty of variety. The company includes such celebrated artists as Miss Lily Ootavio (a popular Opera House performer)...
Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 February 1914
Bunyip Free Press —_ ANI) — Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2G, 1914. Local and General Topics. The usual monthly meeting of the Berwick Shiro Couucil will be held at Pakenbam 011 Satuvdiiy, March 6th. The various State Schools botwuen Longwarry aud Pakenliam (inclusive) havo engaged a special t rain, aud will run au excursion 10 "MbrOuaUou ou""~ Friday, March 6 th. The price o£ return tickets is 1/6 for adults and 1/2 for children. It is expected that a vory large number will pay a visit to the seaside. Messrs Adamsou, iJtrettle aud Co. announce that Mr. J. J. Houlihan, of Narnargoon, will iu future act as their solo local representative at Buuyip. Ho will attend every Mouday to superintend the loading of tho Weekly truck of pigs aud calves for consign lnenfc to the firm Iror sale at Dandenong. At the last silting of the Warragul police court a laborer named William Spring was charged with stealing a bottle of braudv, the property of P. J. Reilly, of the Club Hotel. Accus...
DROUIN [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 February 1914
V &lt;• » «• DR0U1N ^ I Miss Toohoy," first assistant at the Drouin State School, has left for Kyneton, and hor place has been taken j by Mian Pratt. At the swimming baths last week a little girl named Dorothy Laming slipped and foil, licr face coming into contact with the edge of a spring board. - A nasty wound was inflicted on her chcok, in which Dr. Cowen iusertod four stitches. Two teeth were also broken. It seems a pity that uolhing has boon hoard of tho Drouin Dramatic Club since tho departure of Howard Smith, as it is stated that Miss Ethel Oates, lato of Nhill, who has taken up hor residence hore, is a splendid amateur aetrcss. An effort should bo made to get the club going again, Two mon who gave thoir names as James Wilson and Luuvouco Smith were arrosted last week by Constable Ryan on a charge of boing drunk. They Lad been eamped with others in the. pig yards, and had been running the " rabbit'' not wisely but too often. On being brought beforo Mr. Young, J.P., th...
LONGWARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 February 1914
LONGWARRY. Freeman Bros, are establishing a, fruit case faetory at Longwarry. At the anuual meeting of tho Long warry Recreation Reservo Committee Mr. W. V. Gafi'uey was elected president, and Mr. J. J. Maker was appoint od secretary for the Bixth year iu sucvossion. The balance - sheet showed that the year ended with ti credit of a £55, a profit of £75 having beon made on tho Boxiug Day axemen's carnival. The recreation reserve, which is now about tho most up-to-date in Gippslaud, is to be furtkor improved before tho noxt sports' gathering.
CORA LYNN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 February 1914
V . . * ' .j. ...CJDRA.^YNN. . .. ■ The annual ladies' bull takes placo at the Keasfc Hall to-morrow (Friday) evening. This dance is always a popular-fixture, and in well patronisod because of the pleasant time that its usually spent. This year's fuuetiou uhoulcl be uo exception to the rulo, as arrangements have beou mado for livst-clasa music and refreshments and a specially-prepared floor. - • Tickots are o/G each, and Mrs. It. Murdoch is acting as hou. secretary. Some of those who voted in favor of the Kooweerup Swuinp drainage schome when the Water Commission visitod hero arc now sorry they did so, and intend joining in the deputation of protest to the Minister. They state that thoy votud under a mis apprehension, as thuy were not aware ' they were to be saddled with a burden for such a long period' as 56 years. Several of tho enlightenod-farmers havo come to tho conclusion that, the ' proposed taxation will bo practically a first mortgago ou their properties, and that , they wi...
COMMERCIAL. DANDENONG STOCK SALES TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 February 1914
COMMERCIAL. dandencxng stock sales Tuesday/ I Aciuuisou, Strettlc uuii Co., Alex. Scott and Co., and Joseph Clarke and (Jo. conjointly report Dairy Cattlo--A good supply of all doeoripUonSj • 'the > . deiliand was keen, especially for good cows/at a distinct advance on late-rates.- Best milkers L9/10/ to L12, extra to L14/10/, good XjLj/10/ to:;L8/10/, bost springers to L7/17/C, good to L6. . . The following were the principal lots: — Milkers — E. Higgins 2 to Ml/10/, L. Kollworgan 1 at LI 3/15/, F. Einseidel 3 to L12/10/, A. Mustard 1 at L12/5/, W. Brownfield 2 to L10/5/, James Greaves and Sons 1 at L10/5/, H. Bowman 1 to LlO/2/6, M. O'Connor 1 at L10/5/, J. West 8 to L9/10/, G. Keys 3 to L9/10/, L. Linnhan 1 at L9/2/6, E. Gardiner 3 to L9. -J. Pickett 1 at LS'10/, S.Kingston 5 to L8/17/6, K. Angus 2 to L8/2/6, H. Masters 1 at Lb;5/. Springers L. Corrigan 2 to L7/17/G, W. Hardy 2 to L7/10/, N. Bowman 1 at L7. Store Cattle—A fair ya,rding and sold at fully late rates. Store cows ...