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Modella Cricket Club. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Modella Cricket Club. presentation of prizes. Tho Modella Cricket Club held ;their presentation of trophies iu con junction with a concert and social in the. eohoolroom ou Wednesday night) 15th April. Tho largest crowd ovor socu at Modella turned up, and ovor £7 was nottod during tho evening. There wore four trophies this season, three of which were won by A. Lugton; but, owing to u rulo of tho club stipulating that only one trophy could be taken by any one playor, ho passed two on. The trophies were j presented by tho president (Mr. R. T. Hughes) to (1) Batting avorago, bat presented by Mr. Jamison — A. Lugton-; (2) Bowling average, bat presented by Mr. E. H. Viokery—F. Garwood (2nd) j (3) The highest individual score, bat presented by Mr. Hughes—E. Hughes, junr.; (4) Case of carverB for greatest number of. catohos during the season—H. Lugton (2nd) with 11 catoho'e. The concert was a great success, ; itoms boing contributed, by Mrs. Vickery, Misses Lugton, Andorsou 'and J.-Smothurs...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Victorian Producers' Go-Oper ative Company APIS TRUCK will b« loaded with PI™ and Calves at GARFIKLD Railway Station, and will pick np at Tynong on TUESDAY, APRIL 2Igt. Ms. W. Hojson will travel with truck and attend to loading. DO YOU WANT TO SELL Your Farm ? If so, consult BROWN, The Lightning Seller, BUN YIP. Buyer® Waiting for Well Im proved Properties. ♦»»»»♦»>»#♦»♦»♦♦♦♦»»»»>»»» If you want to look well buy one o( I Pearson's suits at 80/. Smith Street, Warragul, (Oppposite Post- Offioe). (REGISTERED) Dental Surgeon 7 Warragul, February 1, 1914. Dear Sir or Madam,— Good teeth are vitally essential to good health and have an important influence on your appearanoe. 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. 1 have acquired the Latest* Amerioan Methods by praotioal exper...

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 — 23 April 1914

News and Notes* I-.M Tho annual conference of the Gipps land Shiros' Association ia to take place at Traralgon on Wednesday, 29th April. JameBBray, a well-known resident of St. Arnaud, was thrown from a vohiolo and killed on Wednesday. He IoaveB a wife and family. A cablegram from America informs us that a bill introduced- in tho State Legislature to prohibit the Tango was killed with ridicule. Probably the same thing will oventually kill the Tango. Edgar Gray, a State School teacher at Murrundindi, ten miles from Yea, was severely injured on Wednesday through the limb of a tree falling on him. He was conveyed to tho Mel bourne HoBpital. Albert Joseph Hooking, who is alleged'to have married three different women, at Bondigo, . Ballarat, and Brokon Hill, has been committed for trial at Broken Hill-on a charge of bigamy. Still auother rocord comes, from 'America, whore a man is alleged to have i married-'—16-■ wives'—without divording. one of them. Presumably 'ho was too busy gotting ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Bunyip Free Press — AND — Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. Local and General Topics. W. J. Lawrence, a porter, was run over by » train and killed at- St. Arnaud ou Wednesday. The licence of the Cranbourne Hotel, Craubourne, has hccu trans ferred from Gerald Colemau to D. Robinson. Mrs. Charlotte Keys,' a very old resident of the Brighton and Chelten ham district, died a few days ago at the advanced .age of 94 years. At the Melbourne markets to-day (Thursday) prime Carmen potatoes wen quoted at Lo to L5/10/, and Trafalgar^ 10/- higher. Brownells brought up to L5/5/. Choice onions eold up to L6. _: A Dandenong farmer named Edward Collins, aged 56 years, oommitted 'suicide' early Tm Wednesday morning; at his farm on the Bqrwick-road by hanging himself to a cow-bail. The man. recently came from Brunswick I to reside at Dandenong, and had been j in bad health for some time. Good morning ! Have yon paid i your subscription yet 1 ■ Perhaps yon owe for luBt year or several ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Auction Reminders. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Auction Reminders, j Geo. V. Stephen (in con junction witb Adamsou, Strettle and Go.) will hold his quarterly horse sale at Dronin on Monday, April 27th. Farmers and others who desire to dispose of horses should enter them at once, ub good bayei'B will bo present. SkewB, Hunter and Co. now hold their monthly stock suie at Bunyip on the fourth Saturday in eaoti month, and entries aro being received for their next sale on Saturday, the '25th inst. Adamson, Strettle and Co's next monthly sale at the Bunyip yards will be held on Thursday, 7th May, und the firm and its representative at Narnargoon and Bunyip (J. Houlihan) aro at present taking entries of stook for same. * . On Saturday. April 25th, Messrs. Keaefc, Morris and Miles will offer at | auction at Staoey's Hotel, Bunyip, a farm containing 169 acres, together with Btock and farm implements, as a going concern. The farm is at present owned by Mr. R. O'Callaghan, who has worked it successfully since the Swamp was reolaimed many ye...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Fire at Garfield. IONA HOTEL DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Fire at Garfield. IONA HOTEL DESTROYED. ! A fire broke out between 8 and 4 o'olock on Thursday morning, April 28rd, at Garfield, at tho Iona Hotel and Mr. E. A. Gabbott'u general store. How or where the outbreak first took place appears to be a mystery, but it spread with such rapidity that both buildings and their contents were completely destroyed. There were 26 persona oloeping in the hotel and Mr. Cryan bad difficulty in waking. and getting them dear of the burning building. Mrs. Ockenden, the cook at the hotel, states that the fire did not start in the hotel building, and is inclined to the belief that it started at the baok of the store. A neice of Mr. Cryan's lost L14/1Q in notes and gold in the flames. The hotel was a fine, up-to-date wooden building, and was owned by Mr. T. O'Donohue, who had it partly covered by insurance, but his loss will be a heavy one, as the oompanies will not accept more than half the value of wooden buildings used as hotels. Mr. T, J. Oryan, the lio...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

PAKENHAM. A man who had bcon behaving in'tt peculiar manner at Kooweerup for about a week was arrested by Con stable Mahor, of Pakenliam, last Thursday night, and on being brought before Mr. J. llamago, J.P., on Friday morning at Pakenham, was remanded to tho receiving home at Royal Park. When taking the man to Melbourne by tho first train on Saturday morning Constable Maher had a rather oxciting time with tho prisoner. Just after lli'e'ti'aiu had left Clayton "the man suddenly opened the door and: sprang out. Ho rolled over and over at tho side of the line, and Constable Maher jumped out of tho train and captnred him as ho waB getting up. The train was pulled up, and the constable took i bis prisoner on to Melbonrne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

OOONEY'S IONA TEA, ISi 3d and 1s 6d. Drink lONA TEA.

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CORA LYNN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

CORA LYNN. The sports at Cora Lynn ou Easter Monday last roturned a credit balanco of £18/14/5, aud tbe ball in tho evoning £15, leaving a clear profit of £33/14/5 for tho day's labor, which iB considered very .satisfactory indeed. Tho gate money at the sports -was £'22/12/6, while at the ball tho sum of over £19 was taken at the door at 3/ admission, whioh is considered a record for this part of tho district. A mooting was held last Saturday night to arrange about forming a oo-operativo store at Cora Lynu in connection with tho JDrouiu Co operative Buttor Factory Company. The tucoting was very satisfactory, aud it was decided to establish tho. store straight away. About dOO Bhares at £1 por shave wore taken up at tho inootiug. <• *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

IONA TEA Is 3d and Is. led. Drink IONA TEA.

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DISTRICT DOINGS. IONA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

district doings. iona. It is now something like ten. months Binco the old Bchool was burnt down, and a new up-to-dato school has been orocted in its placo. Mr. T. Wood, of Ivanhoe, was the builder, and ho finished the work in an exccllont inanucr, tho Bohool'being an ornamont to tho district. Tho school haB been huuded ovor to tho toachera and committee. 'l'hey have decidcd ou making a proper gala day to colobrate tho opening, and "the committee and parents are working hard to make tho opening day a, success. Tho opening is. to take place', on Tuesday, April 28th. Mrs. Keast, wife of . our M.L.A., has kindly consented to por form the opening ceremony, and also to hoist the flag. It is expected that Sir Alexander Peacook (Minister for Education) will be present. Mr. Keast and several other membors of of Parliament, Mr. Tate (Director of Education) and others have been asked to attend, and give addresses to the; teachers and: school coramittco. The' committeo has applied for a full ho...

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Longwarry Bush Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Longwarry Bush Fire. Constables Anstec and Phillips proceeded •gainst James Young for lighting scrub on his farm in February last. He pleaded not guilty and Mr. Hamilton appeared for his defence. Mr. W. W. Harris P.M., aud Messrs. Ohas. Pearson and A. J. Botterill, J's P. occupied the Bcnch. Micbacl Murphy, who informed the police, was called as a witness but creatcd great fun by his manner }n the witness box. The pith of Murphy's evidence was that he knew nothing about a fire. To Mr. Hamilton : 1 could not tell where the fire started. But it came into my pad dock: Constable' Anstec deposed that he visited the locality on February 4 th last in company with Constable Phillips. Witness saw Young In his paddock. The eorub was all afire and as Bastin and Murphy's blocks adjoin it both were endangered, l'bcre was scrub right up to both properties. Witness asked Young if he had given his neighbours notice about going to burn and he replied "No." Witness asked Young if he lighted tho fire ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Harrison & Gillies BRICKLAYERS, - BUNYIF and [ONA, All kinds of Bricklaying Work -DoneTilii'oughtJtttstijUidislrict.' *1: . " CEMENTING & I'LASTKKING ALSO EXECUTE^ All Work Guaranteed. Moderate Charges. Postal Address—10NA. A. BURNS,""1 ?-■ CARPENTER BUILDER tfc CONTRACTOR. BUILDINGS UK ALL KINIJS'-ALTKKISIJ ■ AS REQOIUKI). General Ucpairs and .lobbin^Work Done 1'Iaiis and Estimates Given. Address— CKMETEKV KA U. liUNV 1 P. Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES. Sufficient address— Sol. Greeji, . MELBOURNE." W. H. MILLIE PLUMBER, Tinsmith, and Ironworker, DROUIN & BUN YIP Wliy go to the City for Tanks? When you can get them'from Miller at the following low lutes 200 Gallons, £1/10 300 Gallons £1/16/6 400 Gallons, £2/10 600 Gallons, £3 800, Gallons £3/10/6 1,000 Gallons, £1/5/0 ' . Troughs 17/G. Baths 13/6. All kinds of general Plumbing Work Executed Neatly and with, promptness. CHABGES MO DEBATE. A. KRUPP Wsitchmak...

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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Stray Notes. Last Saturday night 'a married woman named Bessie Tennant fell asleep while smoking a cigarette in bed at Adelaide. Tho mattress caught fire, and she was so badly burnt that she died. The Royal Hotel at Meredith, a large ^voodeu building, was destroyed by fire shortly after "2 o'clock last Sunday morning. Au old woman named Mrs. • Loe, cook at the hotel, was bo badly burned that she died from her injuries. Whilo burning off grass George Rogers, postmaster at Vaughan, in the Castlemaine district, was severely burned. Tho mad changed suddenly, and ho was overcome by the smoke and flames. A rabbit trapper named H. Miller effected a plucky resoue. Dr. P. H. Trood, tho well-known Warragul dentist, who visits Bunyip' every fortnight, desires nB to state that in coisequence of the Easter holidays he will not visit Bunyip on Saturday, April 11th. His next visit will be on Saturday, April 25th, at Wilson's Gippsland Hotel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

ECZEMA. Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS, o! 256 Gouger Street, Adelaide, S.A., writei the ftory of her terrible »uffer ings, 24/12/12. Eight yean ihe wu a martyr to the agony of Eczema, until she received relief from the almost ceaseleie pain of this awful affliction through the uie of CLEMENTS TONIC The voluntary offering of this remark* «ble letter by Mrs. Route* Is evidence itself of'her *ratitu<Je. and it is also proof that fn eases where the blood is impure aud skin disease is in tensified bj this condition, the blood purifying powers ol CleinenU Tonic are rapidly asserted. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Year medicine hat kits t (rctt hleuing to mi. 1 suffered with Eciena for eight J«»n ; mj legi were «wolle» U M awfnl lite tad corired with •filerj Millar* thit wonld keep en brei&iag. All (hit tint I wit cat fined to mj hone, nerer bliag ait eicept whe# ttkea to the boipitaf. They dedinid to take me in iad pre aonnced aie incurable. Yonr midiciae >ii ricenmudti ta bj Nam Gra...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Health of Bunyip. DEFAMERS OF THE TOWNSHIP "BLOWN OUT." INQUIRIES BY CHIEF HEALTH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

Health of Bunylp. DEFAMERS OF THE TOWNSHIP "BLOWN OUT." INQUIRIES BY CHIEF HEALTH OFFICER. The genius who runs the Buuyip and Garfield " Express " has lately beau making an enlarged goat of himself by declaring that the drains of Bunyip uro in an insanitary and unhealthy state, and that a provalont infectious disease haa existed among the school children uud haB eutered nuarly ovory liomo.- Suck slaleineutH,' the residents know, are a tissue of falsehoods, aa no such disease haa existed. The following, which was published in " The Ago" of to-day (Thursday), puts the matter in a clear and true light, and should causc tho silly "Express" scribc to bag his head and givethe public a spell— " Despite assertions which have been made to the contrary, the little township of Buuyip, in Gippsland, has been deolared ®y the health I authorities to be perfectly healthy, free from disease, and unaffected by the prevailing system of drainage. Some time ago a paragraph appeared in " The Ago," contr...

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 — 23 April 1914

WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Skews, ..Hunter- and Co. report having held" thoir usual weekly market at tboir Warragul suloyards ' oil Thursday, 16th April, when there was there was a good yarding of cattle and sheop, aud a light supply of pigs. Fleshy cows aud dairy stock wero Holliug exceptionally well; liaokward cowb were rather easier. They quoto as follows: — Pigs — Suckers 11/0, 13/ lo 17/, Blips 18/ to. 21/, stores 23/, 25/ to 37/(j, no fats yarded. Sheep.— Leicester ewoa iu lamb 27/6, fat crossbred owes 17/, 18/2 to 18/6, 100 weather hoggetB made 15/3,. pets 28/6. Cattle — Fat cows L6 to L7/5/, forward condition cows L4/10/ to L5/5/, store do. (best) L3/15/ to L4-/5/, others 1/3/5/, inferior lower, aged 30/ lo 40/; inilkero and springers, good cowb L7/10/ to LS, others L5/10/ to L6/10/, aged and' inferior lower, best springing heifers L5/10/ to L6/10/, others from Li/10/, ditto 2 years L'i to L3/10/, ditto 12 months 35/ to 42/, ditto poddies 20/ to 24/, bullocks 2J years L5/2/6, ditt...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

SILVER STAB STARCH INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

MISCELLANEOUS. A footrace of 100 yards for a ■wager of £5 took plaeo at the Boolarra racoB, the contestants being S(au. McKay (Monvell) andJW. Baldiu (Trafalgar). Baldio, who was a wanu favorite, had a slight advantage for about GO yards, but JlcKay then went to the front aud won easily. The time was 10 4-5 tli seconds. Skating again at the Narnargoou Hall next Saturday night.

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COMMERCIAL. DANDENONG STOCK SALES Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 23 April 1914

COMMERCIAL. dandenong stock sales, Tuesday. Adamsou, Strottle aud Co, AIox. Scott and Co, and Joseph Clarke and Co. conjointly roport— A heavy yarding of milkors aud springers, and the usual yarding of fleBhy and store cows. • Good milkers in demand from £10/5/ to £15 ; some of the principal sales as follows:—; Geo. Keys 3 to £15, E. Gardiner 3 to £13/10/, Leam Corrigan 4 to Lll/12/6, W. Gardiner 6 to £11, P. Einsoidol 2 to £9, P. Einsoidel 10 to L9/2/G, N. Bowman 4 to £8. Springcra—P. Einsoidel 6 to £0/17/6, Tronpc Bros. 3 to £9, M. O'Connor 1 at £8/12/0, T. Lampricrc 2 to £8/5/, E. Higgins 3 to £8/5/, N. Bowman 8 to £7/10/-; fleshy cows. JU4/10/ to L6/10/, store cows to L3/10/. Pigs—Heavy bacon to L3/18/, light 53/ to 60/, porkers much easier, heavy 37/ to 44/, light 3•!/ to 3t5/, suckers 15/ to 20/, extra to 30/. Calves in good demand from 51 to 50/. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

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