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BERWICK COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 April 1914
BERWICK COUNCIL. Tlio oiuullily meeting of tho Berwick Shiro Cuuncil whs hold ut Pakonham cn Saturday. 'l'ho president (Cr. Henty) occupied the chair, and thero were also present Ors. Pearson, Dore, Glofie, Smethurst, Fahey, Carney, Barr, a'Beckett, Sharp, Martin, and James. Correspondence. From Maddock, Jamison and Louie, Holicitors, re Chirutikie't; rate appeal, stating that the matter has been settled.—A.pprovctl, on motion of Ors Barr and Sharp. From Department of Public Works, stating that L150 for roads in the Touimbuk country has been grauted unconditional ly.—Received. From J7 Funston, stating that Mr. Herbert has been using the stable at the rear of Gippsland Hotel, Beacons field,as a slaughter-yard. He moved in the matter of having it" stopped at once.—Cr Henty moved that inspector report immediately to the council. Seconded by Cr Burr aud carried. From J. Funston, tendering. his resignation as ranger, etc.—Accepted on the motion of Crs Sharp and Barr, and fresh applicatio...
PURELY PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 April 1914
PURELY PERSONAL. Rew C. L. Crossloy, of Trafalgar, is leaving on a trip to London. Mi', and Mrs. D. Feild, of " Garry* owen," loiia, intend taking a trip to Irolaud, and it is understood they will sail for tho Old Dart early in May. The many friendti of the Rev. Father Oonlon, who recently left for Castlemaino, have decided to entertain him and present him with a souvenir at ail early date. Mr. Gilsenan, Methodist missiouer at Bunyip, has not been iu the beat of health for some time past, and has been granted twelve months' leave of absence. Yesterday afternoon a large number of persons conneoted with the church assembled at Bunyip to wish him " au revoir." The Rev. Crisp (Drouiu) presided, and during the afternoon Mr. Gilienan was presented with a purse of sovereigns. All those who know or have listened to tho clever Corrick Family of enter tainers will regret to hear of tha death of Mr. Corrick, senr., which sad event occurred gome days ago in Tasmania. The deceased had not been i...
Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 April 1914
Bunyip Free Press A N li — • Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. Local and Qeneral Topics. We bag to draw atleutiou to the Commonwealth of Australia's notice which appears iu this isbuo re enrol ment ou tho Electoral Rolls of the State of Victoria. At St. Thomas' Church of England, Bunyip, services will, bo conducted on Good Friday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. by tho Rov. A. Banks. At 8 a.m. on Easter Sunday holy communion will be celebrated, and tho ovening prayer will take placo at 7 o'clock. Dr. P. H. Trood, the well-known Wnrragul dentist, who visits Bunyip every fortnight, desires us to state that in consequence of the Easter holidays be will not visit Bunyip on Saturday, April lltli. Ilia next -visit will, bo ou Saturday, April 25th, at Wilson's Gippsluud Hotel. Largo entries have, been received for tho Cora Lynn sports ou Easter Monday, and those who attend are auro to speud an enjoyable day. Mr. Ern. Vickery, of Lougwarry, has secured the publican's booth, and refreshm...
THEY SAY, [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 April 1914
THEY SAY. That some o£ the ' eixtccncra ' arc likely to get their pants dusted if tbey do not keep out of the billiard-rooms. That the young mail from the Eleven-mile who visits Iona on Sunday nights is pro greasing favorably. He is on the right ride of pa. That the Anarchist party at Lougwarry \iaid L'ouv's five bob in order to carry the siege by one vote, but the Mill mob were equal to the occasion. That the young man from Tynong who escorted the Bunyip young lady home from lona last Sunday night week must be fond of walking. That ihe youug ladieB who went to Urcuin last week to eee No. 107S were sorry to learn that he had left for Jlelbourhe that morning with a eaptured bird. That the No-confidence luution In the Longwarry CriekeL Club selection committee ended in smoke, although at times it looked as if the 4 Ifat' would be in the fire. That two Bunyip young men have & great attraction at Iona. One likci 'em young, the other likes'em old. Au Iona farmer has christened on...
BOUND FOR BONNIE SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 April 1914
BOUND KOK BONNIE SCOTLAND. Our Tynong correspondent writes that a smoke eocial and banquet, in a marquee crected near Messrs Spencer and Oram's place of business, was tendered to Mr. Alf. Henderson on Saturday evening last ai a send-off on the occasion of his intended departure for Scotland (the land of hi* native heath). Mr. J. Glseeon was in the chair, and presided over a large attendance. A programme of toasts was given, and after the customary on«a _ the principal toaat, " The Guest of the Evening," was propostd by the chairman in u happy ipeech, amd was supported by Mr. T. Cunningham and drunk with acclamation by the compamy. During the evening Sir. Henderson wa» presented with a gent's travelling bag by the chairman, on behalf of the residents of Tynong. This was briefly acknowledged by • the recipient, after which a • very enjoyable evening, extcndla; to quite a late hour, wsi ipent by all present.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 April 1914
LOST AND EOUND. LOST, Brown Buggy RUG, between the Bunyip township and Iona Junction Bridge, on Saturday evening last. Reward on returning to " Free Press " Office. LOST, Brown. OVERCOAT and HAT on Sale Road, between Bunyip township and Longwarry. Reward on returning to— '! FREE PRESS " OFFICE. LOST, Lady's Fur BOA, between Bunyip and Main Drain. Reward on returning to "FREE PB.E8S" Office.. „ .... ...... riTRAYED into my Paddock. — An Aged O Bullock (Stag), »o visible brand. If not claimed within Beven days will, be. sold. to pay expenses. J. MINTON, Iona. C^KATING SKATING, SKATING! COMMENCES IN BUNYIP MEGHANIQ3 ON Wednosdayf April 15, At 8 oJClock, And Coutiauing livery Wednesday and * Saturday Evoninga following. . . ADMISSION 6d. SKATES' 6d.. . ChUtan Hall
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 April 1914
♦ «» * CRICKET. The Warragul cricketers visited. Bunyip on Saturday last and engaged in the final match against the local team. Bunyip went to the wickets first and compiled 100. Rosenbrock played a grand innings and saw the other ten batsmen disposed o£, carrying out his bat for 42. The other principal scores w«e F. Walker 13, J, A. Holgatc 6, and T. E. Garrett 5. Warragul had 4 wickets down for 42 when play ceased for the day. Welch 22, Dunn 11, and Stevenson 9, were the top scorers for Warragul.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 9 April 1914
Grass and Clover Seed. Write for Samples ami quotations of Irish, Western District and.New Zealand Ilye Grass, Cocksfoot. Glover Seeds, Dwarf Esses Kiipe and All Agricultural Seeds. WHERE RISKS ARE SO Glil.A'i the only \ course is to procure from a Trained Seedsman. • With lio large.City 1 tents and Kates to pay, i can quote higll grade \EB6&lt;isvefeil"ivt yaiu; nearest"Hai(way Station, freight' Melbournu Prices. Samples l'reo on application. GEORGE SMITH, SEED IMPORTER, KALLAKAT, (Late of Hurst & Sou, Loudon.) Common wealth JgfeBanfc of Bustralia HEAD OFFICE Thla Bank is open (or all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Itockhampton, Townsville, and Tendon. Cable remittances marie to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any pari of the world. Bill? negotiated or forwarded for txiHertf...
DROUIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 April 1914
DROUIN RACES. Showery weather and a poor aLtcndancc marred the Drouin pony race meeting on Easter Monday, and less than half-a-dozen bookmakers were present. Following arc the results .— Pony Baee 13.2 a.u., about 1 furlongs-: IJ. Bhoden's Signature 7.6 (A. Day) 1 ; Holo 2 ; Heather Belle 3. Combine also started. Even money Solo, 1 to 1 others. Won by a length in 50 ace. Handicap TrotoE 1 mile : J. Dcvereaux's Heroward 130 yards behind (Devcrcaux) 1 ; D. P. Casey's Grey Lady 'JO yards behind (Casey) 2 ; Alitor 3. Harold Chirk, Lil, 'l'lie Joke, Prince, Maid ot Honor, Honest Jack and Harold King alco started. Even money Hereward and Harold King, 2 to 1 Astor. Won by a length in 2 ."j3. Novelty Pouy Kate 11.2 a.u. of four furlongs and a half : J. Jackson's Almond Bush carried 7.8 (H. Ii.vc) and G. Fry's Jean Poesy, 6.12 (P. May) a dead beat fur 1''; D. Bhoden's Signature 7.1U3. Galtec More, Gay Boy, Solo, Combine and Tail dagrec also started. Even Jean Poesy, (J to •1 agst. Solo. Almo...
THEY SAY, [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 April 1914
THEY SAY; That the oxtrewo penalty for bigamy is two mothors-in-law. That in spito of the cool weather visitors from tho city were numerous around Bunyip aud I'arago rivers. That wouiiiu always has a grievance whon she wants re-dressing. That a Garfield man who is always looking fur a cow he lost goes to some peculiar places to iind her. That in a court recently a magistrate said to a policeman ''tell that man to romovo his hat," and he looked small whon tho policeman said " it's a lady." 1 That many a Koowcurup uiau has bcca corucred who isn't square. That fame is a bubble, but mighty few get hold of the right kind of soap, j That the Corriek entertainers had bad luck at Bunyip as they received three summonses for having no lights on their motor cars and allowing one car to stand on tho footpath. That in these days of fashions it is as hard for a woman to know whero her blouse begins as it is for a bald headed man to know just whore to' leave off washing his face. That lifo is shor...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 April 1914
News and Notes. Joliu Homo, n resident of Toning for 57 years, died a fow days ago. J. l>. Stouc, a prominent resident of Yinnar, died a few days ago, aged 65 years. Mrs. E. Pattorson, wife of a farmer at Miners' Rest fell into a tank aud was drowned. The mcchauies' institute at Yallock is to be pulled down aud another building creetcd. Thomas Ellis, aged 30, well-known at Beaufort, shot himself dead with a guu at Stockyard Hill. A compositor at Stawell named Frank Gilchrist, 22 years, Bhofc him? self dead with a pea riflo ou Eastor Saturday. Robert Dalgloish, aged 81, .one of tho founders of tho Ballarat Agriuul tural Society, died at Lcarnionth tho other day. While playing in tho street at Moonu l'ouds a two-year-old child named Stephon Hodrien was run over by a cart aud killed. . J aeki Donaldson, chumpion sprintor 'of Australia, won a 120 yds. handicap at Newcastle (England) in yards inside evcu time, George Green, aged GO years, who for tho past 3U yoars was employed by the ...
DROUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 16 April 1914
DROUIN. :Miss O'Connor is relieving tlio local postmistress (Miss Griohton),-' who is on holidays. Tlio Corrick - Family played to a good house' at Drouin.\on Easter Mouduy night. . ■ " ' Sympathy is felt for our progressive townsman, Councillor Hayes, who hist week lost by .death his thrco-mouths old daughter. "The committee of the Drouiu mechanics' lias accepted the price of F. Harper (£48/8/-) for painting and decorating the hall. While unloading a truck at the Drouin station, Mr. William Brown had his spiuc severely injured, and was taken to Warragul Hospital. Man}' residents arc anxious that a branch of the " Free Press " should bo established here. They are full up at present of getting " news" that they have read a fortnight previously in Buuyip and Warragul papers. That is all the '"local " papers contain, aud everybody is laughing at them. The Rev. J. Stanley-Low, incumbent of Ohvist Church, St. Kilda, died last Saturday at South Yarra, aged S3.