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Woman as Decoy. PLANS TO ROB OR MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 26 March 1914

Woman as Decoy. PLANS TO ROB OR MURDER. A remarkable story was related by two women to the Richmond court bench on Monday last by two women named Kate de Moel and Myrtle Shad forth. Both reside No. 7 Abinger Street, Richmond, and Shadforth is the married daughter of do Moel. It appears the two women had made the acquaintance of two young men named George Taylor and James Cotterill and the four resided in the one house. A quarrel occurred among them with the result that Taylor was fined at the same court .last Saturday for striking the elder of the two women. When Taylor was leaving the court he was arrested with Cotterill and the woman Shadforth on the charge of vagrancy. The, mother informed the court that Taylot, Cotterill and her daughter went out every night, Taylor taking a loaded revolver and bludgeon with him. They returned at all hours in the mornings. Myrtle Shadforth,'the daughter, said she was 19 years of age. She married when 13 years old, and was living apart from her h...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Family Quarrel. ATTACKED BY SON AND DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

A Family Quarrel. j ATTACKED BY SON AND DAUGHTER. | As the result of a domestic feud which occurred 011 Tuesday afternoon at Mr. J. A. Shandley's farm at Modella, that gentleman was taken to Dr. Wellington's privato hospital .at' Bunyip, and his daughter Ada, aged 17 years, and his sou William, aged 16 yecrs, were brought to the Bunyip lock-up by Coiii,tables An'stee and McDonald, uuil charged with wilfully inflicting grievous bodily harm on their father. It appears that Mr. Shandley had occasion to «peak to one of bis children rather harshly, and later on the two children named attacked him with a pioco of wood and the handle of a stock-whip. A sovere wound was made on his head, and other injuries wore inflicted. Mr. Shandloy is now progressing favorably. The boy and girl were brought beforo Messrs Pearson and Botterill, J'a.P., on Tuesday oveniug,. and were remanded (on bail) to appoar at tho Banyip court next Wodnosday. Empty vessels niako more noise in spite of empty claims of i...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Auction Reminders. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

vAuctfon Reminders. Adamson, Strettlo aud Co'k next monthly sale at. the Bunyip yards will be hold on Thursday, 2ud April, aud the firm uud its representative at Narnargoou aud Buuyip (J. Houlihan) are at present taking entries of stock for same. A clearing na!e of live stock, farm machinery aud household furuituro, is auuouuccd to take place at Mv. II. G. Goodwin's farm, at Bunyip South, 011 Wednesday, April 15th. Owiug to the expiration of his lease Mr. Goodwiu has instructed Skews, Hunter aud Co. to conduct the salo as stated above. Evorythiug ou the place is to be sold aud a full list of particulars appear in our auction coluuius to-day. Skews, Hunter aud Co. now hold .their mouthly stock salo at Bunyip ou the fourth Saturday iu oach month, aud eutries are being received for their next salo ou Saturday, the 25th inst. An important sale of 400 aoreB of cultivation and graziug laud will be hold at the Railway Hotel, Drouiu, ou Tueuday, 7th April, by Koast, Morris aud Milos, in tho...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. To the Editor "Free Press." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. To fcho Editor " Eroo Press." Sir,—A fortnight ago you published a letter from the Hawkers' and Dealers' Association, showing in an imaginary way bow the middleman, auctioneer or exploiter was to be cut out of the business and transact ion in regard to the sale or fruit and vegetables between the producers ami dealers, or hawkers, to the advantage of both parties, through organization and membership ot the local Political Labor Council. Now, Mr. Editor, if you will allow me- a tittle space in your widely-circulated paper, 1 shall give the public factH und figures which speak for themselves, and any on« doubting or wanting fuller particulars can obtain same from nic. Since the publication of the letter from the Ilawkera' and Dealers' Union there arc several members of the bunyip I'.L.C. who are producers of fruit and vegetables, and consequently are taking full advantage of the 1'iefercncs given to them through the organiwti\ius, coupled with the p...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

v v v MISCELLANEOUS. " Sain " Laugfoi'd boat the colored boxer " Jim " Johuson iu a 10 rouuds bout, at Now York, Au American pressman says that Tommy Bums is tbo riohoBt boxer iu the world, being worth fully 500,000 dollars. At tbo Syduoy Btadium ou Saturday night \Iast Fritz Holland, of America, got au- easy vcrdict over Tom MeCor mick, the Englishman, iu a 20 roundB contest. At the Melbourne stadium Milburn Say lor knocked out " Nat" Williams iu tbo second round of a 20 rounds contest. Baylor has kneoked out four meu out of bis fiye oontosts. At Waugnratta on St. Patrick's Day E. G. Everett, of Killnwarra, and J. O'Malley, of Greta, tossed a 01b. sheaf for a wager of £5. At 40 foot Everett failed, and bis opponent tossed tho sheaf over without trouble. Sam Langford aud Gunboat Smith have been matched to fight in London on - 13tb June next for a parso' of £2500. At Tennessee (America) last week Langford knocked put Will Watkius in* the first round of a scheduled 10-rouud contest. P...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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DROUIN V. LONGWARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

V * » DltOtJIN V. LONdWAUlvY. The above match was concluded at Long wany on Saturday last. On the previous Saturday Drouin had ■ kuocked up 193 runs for the loss of 8 wickets, Bain batting brilliantly for 109 not out, whilst Harper scored H2. P.iternnster took a wickets for 66, Chappell 1 for IS, Giddens 1 for IS, and A. Freeman 1 for 30. On Saturday Long warry were disposed of for 124, of which A. Freeman made 21, Giddens 31, and Paternoster 36.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

Stray Notes. Our readers will be delighted to hear tlmfc Buuyip is to bo favored with ;i visit from tho renowned aud brilliant vocalist, Madame Lena Conly, who, with her full concert compauy, will xppear at tho Buuyip mechanics' bull an Saturday, April -itli. Madame Lena Couly, who visited Gippslaud •! years acfo, is attracting crowded houses ill along the Southern line, over 200 people it is estimated being turned iw.'iy at Yarram, whero she sang no Eewer than 12 times. Full particulars ire advertised. In another column of to-day's issue The Lifo Insurance Compauy of Aus tralia draws attention to tho fact that tho Company are issuing a limited number of policies combining life assurance with house purchase by easy repayments. Tho assured, at tho end of tho third year, will be advanced tho full amount of his assurance money for the purpose of either building 0r purchasing a property, and repayniunt of the money advanced will extend over a period of 18 years. The Com pany aro now pro...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

Sales of Property. Councillor Jas. H. Smtlbni-st. bus sold bis "Spriughurst" property at t Modella, of 127 acres, at a. satisfactory : price, to .Messrs A. aud A. Rolfc, of Westoru Australia. Mr. A. Burrows ' was tlio ageut. * ■

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

♦ ❖ * 4 CRICKET. Tim Buuyip ;uiJ Garfield Clubs metou the ground of the fust-named club on Saturday week last, when Bunyip scored 119 runs una Garfield lost 1 wickets lor 80. The- match was continued on a wet wicket last Saturday wheii Garfield knocked up a score of -07. Bunyip went in for a second innings, but only reached 73," Garlield thus winning by an innings anil 'J runs. The scores arc— BUNVU". , AVittiiuglon, b" Anderson... ... .10 A.J. Holgate, b Kobertson ... 1 Nksh, b Robertson ... . ... 29 Rosenbrock, b Uo^jerlsoii ... 11 W. Holgate, ruu out ... • ... . a Leicbt, st b Anderson . ... ... - 8 Beclier, b Kobertson ... ... . 2 Trumbie, b Kobertson ... ... -. 1 Butler, b Uobcrtson ... ..... . 1 Gibb, not out ... ... , ... -1 Boniface, c, .b Kobertson ....* 2 Sundries ... ... ■... . ... : 3 Total ... ... •... 110 GAKFIELD. Maloney, b Holgate- ... • ...' 6 Kobcrtsou, c and b ilolgata ... 8 Martin, l.b.w'i b Holgate ■ ... 0 G. Green, caught, b Holgate • ... 98 Tunibull, b Nash ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

REMEMBER WHEN YOU GET CLEMENTS YOU GET HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known throughout Western Australia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 Hyde Strut, Nlh. Perth, sends this letter: " I have spent many years in my profession as a nurse, both here and in Victoria. I have nursed the sick of all descriptions, anil some have been very low and weak. The question always arises in ihe mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them from [ getting low and prostrated, j From years of experience and close observation I can say I . know of no medicine as good as CLEMENTS TONIC as a nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire fomourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Signed) NURSE WILKINSON." No truer Idler wa^ewi written to women than this one, proving the healthful properties of this remaiKable medicine. Where the nervous system is shattered thi -u^h exhaustive studies, fever, wasting illne.-.-, oi Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

0. Pearson, of Buuyip, Jias put iu J an excellent stock of men's suits, caps, • shirts, collars, ctc., and is selling same , at low prices.—(Advt.), i CORA LYNN ANNUAL SSSS SPORTS Will be held al the Cora Lynn Recreation Reserve Oil EASTER - MONDAY, . "Al'KIL 13th. President—Cr. A. Fahey. Vice-presidents—-Messrs. P. Walsh and M. Kinsella. Treasurer—Mr. M. Dineen. COMMITTEE. Messrs. A. Fahey, P. Walsh, M. Kin sella, M. Dineen, A. Jefi'ers, P. Ilolian, W. Carney, J. A. Anderson, T. Walsh, G. Murdoch, W. Fischer, J. Dwyer, W. Adoock, 11. Watson, M. Scanlon, A. Walkenshaw, T. Quigley, P. Cun ningham, F. McKenna, D. Danson, A. Woodman, M. Costello, T. O'Brien, and W. Doherty. Judges—A." Fahey, T. Quigley. Handicappers—M. Kinsella, P. Walsh, and R. Watson. Startor—rJ. J. Ahem. Protest Stewards — M. Kinsella, 11. Watson, and P. Walsh. PROGRAMME. > First race to start at 12 o'clock. . 1. Boys' Race, .8 yrs and under. First 2/-, second 1/- Entry Free. 2. Girls'Race^S yrs and under. First ...

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RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

♦> ♦> RACING. At the Trafalgar races Inst week £90 was taken at, tlia gates, and the club will reap a profit of about £60. The fields were poor, bnt the racing good. Nino of Diamonds wou the Hurdle .Race from Chuuda and The Miller ; Stogau Won the Trial of live fur. Little Step. (2 to 1 on) and Aurnria:were the.only, starters in: the 1-i a.u. Forty" IIhcc, and the former won easily. G.eorgo (Jollis' Gljunr, (j.10 (J. Higgius) "Won the Trafalgar Handicap of 9 fur., Belfast being the only other starter. -Cidor (2 lo 1 o»X won the Novelty Pony Race from a Bold . of seven, and LKG (2 to 1 mi) won the Flying Stakes of O'fur.

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 — 2 April 1914

News and Notes. Tho bulohora :t(. Traralgon have decided to increase ike prico of meat by Id. per lb. John Riley, GO years, well-known . about Brighton, was found dead in a shod on Monday. _ A man named TlioinaB Noack mot his death at Apollo Bay through being bitteii by a snake. Tho Neoriui Agricultural Show is to bo hold at Necrim South to-day (Thursday) and Friday. Mr. James Henry Peacock, father of Sir Alexander Peacock, died ou Monday morning at Orcswick. Arthur D. Ploydell, shire engineer at Coleraiue, - died in the Hamilton j Hospital on Saturday, aged -IS. A maujiamed Paltcrson was return ing from. Dandeuoug along the maitj Cranbourne-road to his homo when ho became unwell and asked his wife to tako the reins of tTo horse ho was driving. The horso bccauie restive and Patterson fell from tlio vcliiclo and broko his neck. Ho was aged GO and had "resided in Dandeuoug for about four vcai's. A motov cav collided with a Chinese vegetable cart iiear AVarrnambool last Saturday mornin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. THE GARFIELD HOSPITAL BALL committee Will hold a Grand Hospital Ball i Iu aid o£ the Warragul Hospital. FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1914, Garfield Hall. TICKETS 3/- Ladies provide refreshments. H.'A. HOURIGAN, Hon. Bee. VICTORIAN PRODUCERS' CO OPERATIVE COMPANY. A JIG TIIUCK will Oc loaded with Pigs a«d. Calves at GARFIELD Railway Station, and will pick up at Tvnong on TUESDAY, APRIL 7tli. M«. i\V. Hoisson will travel with truck anil attend to loading. ' £1,000 PRIZES. £1,000 MELBOURNE EIGHT HOURS Art Union. Acknowledged to be one of the most genuine of all the Art Unions ever held. 68th Year. 58th Year. AS POPULAR AS EVER. THE GREAT EVENT OF THE YEAR. 6Sth Anniversary Eight Honrs Day. Grand Fete, Bazaar and Art Union, In aid o£ the Charities (Town and Country). Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Monday, . 27th April. (Eight Hours Day). Public &; Bank Holiday 1st PRIZE, OIL PAINTING, Value £500 2nd PRIZE, OIL PAINTING, Value £100 3rd PRIZE, oil PAINTING, Value £50 And 9...

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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL NOTES. Messrs F. L<\ Pearson and J- W. ai'kur represented Bunyip and Iona respectively :ii a meeting of delogates of the Central Gippslaud Assoeiatiou at Wan-agul last Thursday niyht- Tl,e other clubs represented were Drouiu, Warragul,- YaiTiiguii and Trafalgar., lho ISiu-uarguon team has decided not .I1C0I.1Jl'('^e ''"s season, and Droum will illl the gap. Mr. J. Mauuiiig (larragon) was eluded president of the association, and the appointment °f a secretary was deferred. Tho matches will be played ou Wednesday aftei'iioons, and Melbourne umpires are to bo engaged.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

THEY SAY; That if you talk in your sleep dou't mention surnames. That it is a good rulo to bo deaf wheu a slandom' begins to talk. That our neighbours always think that one' good turn deserves (on others. That the P.L.C. has beou revived at Joyona. It is now ull "upatcoe" with tho Icohei'g. There aro many grounds for divorco iu Victoria, aud the picuic grouud is one of them. That it is about time another out break of "spontaneous combustiou'' occurred at Drouin. That the South Melbourne football club is looking for a good ruck player. What about the Buuyip girl ? That before writing about dirty drains the "Express" idiot should -treat himself to a pheuyle bath. That reserved seats for Madame Lena Couly's concert at Buuyip are now being booked at C. I'earsou'B. That the Professor' of ioua should have a bicycle built for two, aud that he ought to leave hiselogs at honio.^' ' That the Teeping Toms who wero looking through tho Buuyip Hall windows 011 Tuesday uight were dis appointed. Th...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Produce Market. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

Produce Market. Wednesday. tfippaland and Northero Co-opcm tivo Selling Coy report Oat#: Milling 1/11, feed 1(9$ lo 1/10 for beat, l/7{ to 1/8 for medium. Barley: Choice English scarce at 3/6, good 3/2 to 3/4, no enquiry for medium. Cape l/ll to 2/1, according to quality. Maize: Holders arc askiDg 4j, but buyers arc disinclined to pay tint price, 3/11 being tlie best oiler. Potatoes: There was a euquiry to day, and prime Carmens rimlizol £4/16/ to £5, Drownclla £4/15/; medium ami inferior lower. Onions: These remain steady at £0 for prime. Chaff: I'rimc oaten is selling at £3)2/6 and good at £3, but lower grades are very difficult to clear at prices ranging down to £2/12/6 to £2/15/, .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

SONA TEA Is 3d and Is. Bd. Drink ION A ft A.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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The Girls' Own Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

The Girls' Own Club. A unique, but most eujoyablc, sucial wac held in tlio Buuyip Hull on Tuesday evening, when tlio Girls' Own Club entertained the ladies of Bunyip at a social. For Tuesday night only the male box were excluded, -and a few prominent members who could nut sec eye to oyo-with :this arrangement wore conspicuous by their absence. Several of the girls donned fancy oostumoB, and looked ,l juBt the thing." Dancing aud games were indulged~iu morrily until a lato hour. Miss Dot Sherriff acted an mistress o'f cercmonics in a manner that would put the redoubtable Clias. Vahlberg or any other mere man in the shade, whilst Miss A. Shorriffi provided lively music on tlio piano. Those Who woro fancy costumes were:— Miss F. Head : Irish Colleen. Mies D. Sherriff : American Cow Girl. Miss H. Sherriff : Turkish Lady. J*Iisa M. Gibb : Scotch Lassie. Miss Jessie Henderson : Scotch Laddie. - Jlisu N. Sherriff : Scout Girl. >Iiss A.' Itodger: Buuyip Footballer. jliVa A. Berry : Dutch...

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Lang Lang Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 2 April 1914

Lang Lang Races. There was a large attendance at the annual meeting of the Lang Lang Amateur Bace Club on Thursday last. The racing was good, aud everything passed off without a bitch. Following are the results:— Trial Handicap : iswifty Joe (Williams) I, Bolee 2, Itoyal 1'iinee 3. Even money the winner. Novelty Bony Race 13.2 a.u.: Doris (E. McCraw) 1, Vfee I'at and Decoy a ueiul 'neat for '2. The winner started at the outside price of 10 to 1 against. Lang Lang Handicap : Uattlefray 1, Yellow Star 2. Lex 'i. Even money the winner. Novelty Pony Race 11 :> : a,u. Wee I'at (Downey) 1, Galtee More 2, Velocity 3. The winner started at 5 to 1 against. : Flying Handicap : Sunstonu (IJay) 1, Lord Hamntou 2. licttiug to 1 on jSxxustoyo. I'ubJican's l'urea : Hoyal Banner (Jackson) 1, Yellow Siar 2, Naida 12. The bcttiu'g was 6 to 4 against the winner. Hack Baco : F. McCraw's liess 1.

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