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THEY SAY; [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

THEY SAY; Tliat a lie lias to keep on moving in order to avoid.being nailed down. That the Warragul market has a great attraction for a small boy from Iona. That, unlike some farriers, the Iona Brass Band did not have to ' import' a drummer. That a lacl from Murray-road has been a visitor to Longwarry since iho Railway picnic. ■That since his lassie left Lougwarry the "Wee boy at Iona is studying aviation. That M. Fallon's farm at Iona lias been subdivided, and is to be oftored at auction next montli. Thai a Tottie at Drouin intends taking on building operations after lier success at the Jumble Fair. . That it is time it. new kitchen-maid was appointed at a certain hall in this district. . Non - dancers only need1 apply. That Joe will not be satisfied until be is put 011 in Jack Plant's place.1 Then it will be " the man on the job " with a vengeance. • . That the man who asked for whisky and orange bitters at the Koowecrup sports on St. Patrick's Day had' to pay a visit to the docto...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Killed at Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Killed at Sport. W. H. Smith, the- well - known jockey, who was injured in the'smash that occurred in the. race for the Rosehill Cup on Saturday, died on Wednesday morning at his home at Auburn, near Sydney. He was 41 years of age, and leaves a wife and one child. While playing polo at Geeloag on Wednesday, in the match between Melbourne and Camperdown, J. T. Lempriere's pony collided with a pony ridden by an opponent. : Lempriere's pony came down and rolled on him, and he died in the evening at Nurse Judge's privato hospital. Jeremiah Murphy, laborer, residing at Newmarket, was run down and killed by a train at South Yflir* OB Tuesday morning. • \ . -

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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PURELY PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

PURELY PERSONAL-. Mr. W. H. Drnry has been appointed Methodist home missionary for Bunyip and district for the current year. Messrs J. Mclvor and M. Spence, both well-known Bunyip residents, visited Melbourne last week, and succeeded in passing the neccssary examinations qualifying them to be come members of the Victorian police force. It is likely thoy will go into barracks in a fow weeks. The death of Mr Robert Cook, which occurred last week at the residence of his daughter (Mrs Wm. Reid) at North Bunyip, removes an old and respected residont of the dis trict. The deceased, who formerly engaged in the sawmilling industry at Drouin, had reached the ago of 74 years. The remains were laid to rest in the Drouin West cometcry on Thursday last. Regret svas expressed throughout the Drouin and Bunyip districts on Monday, when it became known that Mr. J. J. Featherstone, head teacher of the Drouin West State School for many years, had been found dead in Wed that morning. The deceased was a...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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A COUNCILLOR'S REPLY To the Editor "Free Press." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

* * a $ A COUNCILLOR'S /REPLY To the Editor " Frse Press." In anawer to Mr. A. K< Brown's letter in the ' Express,' complair/ng . about the con dition of the drain in tie main street, »■""* councillor I wish to state that I will yP°se any further expenditure on tb's ^articular portion of the sMre. If any further improvement is waited, then tie ratepayer1', should help themselves. THy all emfJ.' their bedroom slops into the front stieew The council sweeps and pheiyles thedr'' three times a week. Let tic °°cuf>"*,. the complained of part sweep out tb? P°" . fronting their property eaci nJft?inS. T thg council do not do it. T practice w im now preaching, and sweep out :hannel in front of my own property e .; morning. xxc/S. PEABSQN; 3unyip, 25/3/11.

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 — 26 March 1914

News and Notes. J. I..Glover, of Beaufort, sustained a broken,nose,. through -beingkicked on the face from a cow ho was Uliiking. v. Therc .muBt .'bc money in. belting iron iiitohorse-slioes. Ed ward'Garner, blacksmith; who died a few mouths ago at Dandcnong, left by will £11,000 odd to bis widow. Last week the homestead of Christie Bros, at Bulu Buln, together with all contents, was destroyed by lire. A sum of £18 (mostly in cheques which eau be replaced) was in the house. Frank -Brcunau, aged 80 years,-was arrested at the Mooiiee Valley races on Saturday on a charge of; having, stolen £100, the property of Margaret K. Hack. It is alleged I hat accused induced the woman to give bhirthb monoy to back horses. ■*£ Empty vessels make more noisein _ spite of cmpty'daiius of inferior7.teas' You cannot loose sight of the fact" that Cooney'sTona Tea is Iirst favorite. Tickets; for the Melbourne Eight . Hours';Art-Union arc-nowniyailablo j S at the " FreePress " office, Vit-.l/ yoach. Try y...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Combined Liberals Social. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Combined Liberals Social. On Friday evening last tlio Bunyip . branches of the Australian Women's National League and People's Party held a combined social • evening in the mechanics' hall. Although counter attractions were numerous during the past fortnight a good attendance was present. The chair was occupied by Mr. A. H. a'Beckett. The speaker for the evening was Mr. Kennedy Smith, M.A., and he delivered a fine political address. The following items were rendered : — Song, 1 Sing Me a Song of the Sunny South,' Miss May Gibb ; recitation; ' The Wallaby Hunt,' Miss Ada Rodger; song, ' Only One Girl for Me,' }lr. Frank Bonny, and as an encore ' The Bordidghouse.' During an interval refreshments, provided by the ladies, were .handed round and eujoyed by all. The hall was then cleared and dancing was indulged in for a few hours. The music was pro vided by Miss Ada Rodger, whilst Mr. B. Berry acted as M.C. The hon. secretaries of the two branches, (Mrs. B. X. a'Beckott and Mr. A. H. Ns...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Bunyip Free Press — AND — Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. Local and General Topics. The Iona Brass Band, which shows improvement as time goes on, played a number of selections in the main street at Bunyip last Satm-day night. The new dram recently purchased by the band renders the music moro acceptable, and the band now has an expert " drummer-boy" in Mr. W. Browne, our local blacksmith. At the last sitting of the Licensing Court at Dandenong the licence of the Narnargoon Hotel was transferred from M. O'Brien to Patrick John Kennedy ; that of the Cardinia Hotel, Cardinia, from James Young to Josiah Steele; the Royal Hotel, Dandenong, from Marion Blanchard to Charles William Spooner; and tHu Motor Club Hotel, Cranbourne, from J. O'Brien to Gertrude Kilroy. In another column of to-day's issue The Life Iusurance Company of Aus tralia draws attention to the fact that the Company are issuing a limited number of policies combiuiug life assurance with house purchase by ea...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Case of Libel Alleged. SCHOOL TEACHER V. GRAZIER. £200 DAMAGES AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Case of Libel Alleged. SCHOOL TEACHER V. GRAZIER. £200 DAMAGES AWARDED. Iu tho Melbourne County Court on Friday last, before Jndge Box, the case was continued in which John B. Howard, a State School teacher at Lang Lang, sued Alfred H. Blake, a well-known Lang Lang grazier, for £500 for libel, said to be contained iu a memorial sent to the Minister of Education. The words complained of were as follows :— " He (Heward) has lost the respect of both parents and children. Children are being sent to other schools rather than to he subjected to his ill tempered, harsh and unreasonable treatment. Ho is so messed up and worried by his grazing and farming pursuits ill fit he is unable to devote proper attention to his school He has a way of hurting children that not only makes them afraid to go to school, but will spoil their disposi tions. He often sends children on messages connected with his farming and grazing pursuits - when they should he attending to 'their school work." • While it wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

COONEY'S ION A TEA, is: 3d and Is 6d. Drink IONA TEA.

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Madame Lena Conly. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Madame Lena Conly. Our readers will be delighted to hear that Bunyip is to bo favored with a visit from the renowned and brilliant v'ocaliBt, Madame Lena Couly, who," with" her full concert company, will appear at the Bunyip mechanics' hall ou Saturday, April 4th. Mudamo Lena Couly, who visited Gippsland 2 years ntro, is attracting crowded houses all along the Southern line, over '200 people it is estimated being turned away at Yarram, where she sang no fewer than 12 times.- Full particulars of Madame's magnificent company will appear in next issue.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Bunyip Football Club ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Bunyip Football Club ANNUAL MEETING. The annual general meeting of the Bunyip Football Club was held at the mechanics' hall, 011 Monday night last, when there was a t_'ood attendance present. Dr. It. C. Withington was voted to the chair. The secretary, F. F. Pearson, read the report and balance sheet, which showed the club had a very successful season and ended the year with a credit balance. Office- bearers for the ensuing year were elected as follows ;—President, Dr. It. C. Withington; vice-presidents, Messrs. Holgate, Stacey, a'Beckett and 0. Pearson ; treas., 0. Pearson ; joint sees., R. McNamara and E. Berry ; delegates to Association, W. Walker and E. McNamara; committoc, F. C. Jttoseubrock, E. Glaviu, T. Drake, P. Butler and M. Crudden. During the meeting Dr. Withington proposed a. hearty vote of thanks to the retiring secretary (F. F. Pearson) for the able way in which ho had con ducted the affairs of the club during his term of office. The motion was seconded by Mr. Gibb an...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

POLITICAL. Old Ewen Hugh Cameron, member "fori '.Evelyn State seat for over 40 years, intendB to retire from politics and several persons have been named as likely candidates, viz :—Messrs E. Sell (Doncaster), G. A. Maxwell (Mel bourne), I. Rouget (Lilydale), 0. H. Bath (Ringwood), E. Haughton (Box Hill), and E. 0. Skardon. Speaking at the opening of a new hall at Footscray last Saturday, Mr. J. Lemmon, who was Minister of Education in the short-lived Labor ministry, admitted he secured £250 to asphalt the sohool ground. He said he took the risk to do that while the censure motion was hanging over the head of the Labor Government. The applause at this announcement was great, but was redoubled when some one remarked, " What a pity you were not Minister of Railways for a week." Skews, Hunter and Co. now hold their monthly stock sale at Bunyip on the fourth Saturday in each month, and entries are being received for their next sale on Saturday, the 28th inat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

sales by auction. GEO. V. STEPHEN Auctioneer & Sworn Valuer, DROUIN. cleaning SAIiES CONDUCTED. LOANS negotiated. VALUATIONS made. FARMS FOR SALE, In Drouin and District. Agent for the Scottish Onion and National Fire Insurance Company. DROUIN WEEKLY lite stock market. AT NEW SALE YA RDS. Tuesday, MAR 31, 1914. At 1 o'clock. GEO. ^"STEPHEN WILL Sell at Ilia Yards, Drouin, as above " the jelling Lines o£ Stock— Also, Usual. Large Yarding of Pigs. NOTiO : The Selling o£ the Pigs will now bo started at 1 o'Clock Every Week. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. DO YOU WANT TO SELL Your Farm ? If so, consult BROWN, The Lightning Sellei-, BUNYiP Buyers Waiting for Well Im proved Properties. PUBLIC NOTICE. FOR THOSK REQUIRING LAND TO BUY OR LEASE. I S my business gives me the opportunity xl of . Inspecting the LAND in the Surrounding District, I have decided to Start .1 Land Agency in Uunyip. I have now Several Good River Properties and Swamp Karms to do business with. Local Agent lor Bitckeya...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Smith Street, Warragul, (Oppposite Post Office). (REGISTERED) Dental Surgeon V Warragul, February 1, 1914. Dear Sir or Madam,— " . Good teeth.are vitally essential to good health and iava an important influence on your appearance. Therefore, it is essential that the Filling, Crowning and Bridging of your teeth, or the 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 have acquired the Latest American Methods by practical experience, and graduation at the N.W. Dental College and Haskell Crawn and Bridge Work College, Chicago. I have long ago passed the experi mental stage, and guarantee my work for perfect fit, comfort and per manancy. Having applied Electricity and the Newest Mechanical Appliances in my Surgery, which is easily the most elaborate in the district and one of the best equipped in the State, I offer advantages which are rare even in the City. I will be visitin...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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IONA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

ION A. While Mr. Douglas' ehaffcutter was at work on a large haystack at Mr. W. S. Kelly's farm at lona on Tuesday afternoon a spark from the machine ignited another stack cIobc by. The stack, which was not insured, was totally destroyed, and the-men had some difficulty in saving the other stack. Arrangements have been made by the Ioiia branch of the Political-Labor Council to hold a meeting on Saturday night next, 28th inst In order to convenience many residing a distance from the main lona township it has been decided to hold the meeting out side the lona Store. All friends and sympathisers are invited, to attend,

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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Stray Notes. Athletes and bicycle riders ate reminded that entries for the chief events at the Cora Lynn sports on Easter Monday close with the secretary, Mr. Ray Jeffers, on Saturday, •ith April. On Wednesday afternoon Skews, Hunter and Co. held a successful sale o£ household furniture and effects on behalf of Sir. E. C. Pallot, who is leaving Bunyip to Uke up his residence in one of the Melbourne suburbs. Nearly everything was disposed of at fair prices. Last Sunday was observed as Hospital Sunday at Longwarry, aad a fair crowd assembled on the Recreation Reserve, A number of selections were rendered by the Drouin Brass Band, and a colltctioa resulted in about £4 being raised for the Warragul Hospital. A West Drouin farmer named Alexand»r Deltora was returning hom» on Saturday night with a loaded spring dray. By some means he fell under the wheel of the dray, which passed over his chest. Deltora was badly hurt, but at latest report was pro gressing satisfactorily. After one of the...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Grass and Qlover Seed. Write for Samples and quotations of Irish, Western iWriuu uuu mow Zealand Rye Grass, Cocksfoot, Clover Seed3, Dwarf Esses Rape and All Agricultural Seeds. WHERE RISKS ARE SO GREAT the only course is to procure from a Trained Seedsman. With no large City Rents and Rates to pay, I can quote high grade seeds delivered at your nearest Railway Station, freight paid and below Melbourne Prices. Samples Free on application. GEORGE SMITH. SEED IMPORTER, BALLARAT, (Late of Hurst & Son, London.) Commonwealth JlfeSSanfe of BustcaUa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY Tkto Iwk {a lot *11 cl»u«« of GENERAL BANKINQ BU8INE88 it EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alt# at Sydney, Oanb«rra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Hriibfcno, Kockbimpton, Townirille, and Londoa. OaM« remittances mido to, and drafte drawn on foreign places dirtst. ronlzn bill* negotiated tad colleeUd. Lett"" of credit iiiued to any part of the world. Bill* nejalliled or forward«d for oolleation. Banking «nd Exc...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. BEAUTIFUL BUNYIP. (To the Editor "Free Press.") [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. BEAUTIFUL BUNYIP. (To the Editor " Free Press.") Sir,—In answer to my letter ia your inuc of the 12th inst., where I contradicted the untruthful and misleading statements of Mr. Kennedy in his paper on the insanitary conditions of Bunyip. Ilis replies to my ; contradiction are vague and also amusing, lie writes a lot about 'Avaunfc.' Ye gods I What has this got to do with the drainage o£ BunyipCan anyone tell ns ? I am sure Mr. Kennedy cannot. Then he states that 1 ignorance is an affliction.' Knowing this, I was sorry for him, so 1 spoke to him on the subject under discussion before going into print. In the presence of Mr. T. Stacey, senr., and Mr. E. Glavin I told Kennedy he was making a mistake about the late out break of diphtheria, and that it was not a dirt disease or a disease that is contracted from bad drainage. I also told him my authority was Dr.11 Withington and the Berwick Council's health officer, and he had the audacity to say that they were wrong, and...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Tynong Methodists. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Tynong Methodists. The Methodist Harvest Festival was held on Sunday evening last in Mr. Kerr's barn, Tynong, which was tastefully decorated. Mr. G. Jiggins, the home missionary, preached what was his final sermon and harvest thanksgiving in one. On Monday the harvest thanksgiving was continued by a concert, sale o£ gifts and coffae supper. Mr. Cunnington, of Pakenham, took the chair, and ably presided over a satisfactory attendance, and a number of ladies and gentlemen from the same place generously assisted with the programme, which was as follows Prayer by Mr. C. C. JlePhee ; solo, 1 The Bay of Biscay," Mr. Camp ; duet, 1 The Gleaners' Slumber Song,' -Mrs. and Miss Cunnington; recitation, 1 The Starless Crown,' Mr. Jiggins ; solo, ' Another Day,' Miss G. Brent; solo, 'Stowaway,' Mr. Edwards (encored) ; duel, List to the Convent Bells' Misses Camp ; solo, ' Peg Away,' Mr. Jiggins (encored) ; recitation, ' How Old Mose Counted the Eggs,' Miss E. Brent; solo, ' Japanese Love Song,' ...

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