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Produce Market. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
Produce Market. WfidnPKfinv Iii tho Melbourne market to-day prime Carmen potatoes were quoted at L4 to L4/10/, special Trafalgar L4/15/ to L5, Brownells L3 to L3/5/, special L3/10/, medium und faulty potatoes from L'2/10/. Prime onions are quoted af L6/5/ to L6/10/. Maizo is steady. At auction 14 bags sold at 3/9|. Fencing Posts, large atock of . good quality. 35/- per 100, at Pearson's. Woods' Great Peppermint Cmc, For Coughs ami Colds, never fails. 1/0. Tho Bunyip and District Caledonian Society lias deoidod to hold a social and daucc in tho Bunyip Mechanics' Institute on the evoning of Tuesday, 9th June. A good programme is being arranged by Secretary T. D. McGregor, and tickets are priced at 1/6 each.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
Glover, Onians And Co. SPENCER STREET MELBOURNE, Ghaff, Grain, & Farm roduce Merchants, Farm Salesmen. I/AllMKUri :)er-iru"' of Selling Properties - "send along your |mititulars now. We have numerous inquiries. Immediate inspec ; tion made. Money to lend at, current rates of interest. All Consignments, receive Best and Prompt ^ AUentiou. FullcsL Values; Obtained and Account Sales ifcndercd' Promptly; '.AtfKNT AT ."BUN VIP— H. ALLEN. - Tublto notice. FC}^ THpSK, KKyUIUlNG LAND (TO' BUY. OK LBASB7 .. i.S my business-rives me the opportunity j\ -; ot Inspecting the I.AND.; in the Surrounding .JJistrict. 1. have dccidcd lo Starta Land 'Ajsciicy in l>un.vip." .1 have now .Several (iood River Properties l,"anil'Swanip Farms to do business with. . "Local \j:cril-for Kuckc.o Harvester Coy. Do not .-Forget .that I have a standing • order fur a Pig''and Calf Tiock Krery : ■' ; Sfonilay," leavini;.'Ijr.ii^wari-y at. 1 o'clock, ' Bunyip 2 o'clock, Uarlicld 3 o'clock. "Stock Droving D...
A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
A REMINDER. Readers of the " Free Press" are requested to remember that the firms and business people who advertise in onr columns do so iu the expectation of direct results iu the way of mail and other orders. We receive advertising business because the paper has a large circulation (especially among the farmers), but if our readers omit to mention the "Free Press" when ordering, the sale is liable to be credited to some other medium in which the same advertise ment may be appearing. Extreme care is taken iu selecting our advertisers, and we frequently decline contracts from firms for various | reasons, so that our readers may rely upon getting a fair deal from the clients whose advertisements appear. We, therefore, urge our readers to -patrouise " Free Press" advertisers (both district and outside), and to be sure and mention the name of the medium through which their pocket was touohed.
Concentrates. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
Louisa Smith, aged 7 yeavsj slipped into a dam at Moliagul, iu the Dunolly district, and was drowned. Henry Hazeldino, a wood-caiter at Portland West, committed suicide on -Monday by hanging himself to a rafter. . Elliot Strachan Shannon, a leading resident of Geelong, was married last .Thursday, and when motoring with his bride near Terang the same after noon was thrown from the car and killed. • 'While riding home from work at Tatnra- last Friday evening, Edward Dowell, a carpenter, was killed by a fall from his bicycle, kis neck being broken. He leaves a widow and Bix six children. In nine months 812 people have been prosecuted for various offences in railway trains iu Victoria, such as travelling on wrong tickets, etc. Empty vessels make mure noise in spite of empty claims uf iuferior teas. ■You cannot loose sight of the fact that Cooney's Ioua Tea is first favorite. Try it to-day. Mr. Mat. Paternoster, who has conducted a business at Berwick for some years, is leaviug shortly f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
Harrison & Gillies BRICKLAYERS, BUN YIP a/vd 1()\-\, AUjp'jds of Brickja^nig.. Wort :Done tln-ough&lt;5nV (lie. district.. CEMENT! NO & JPLAST EKING ALSO EXECUTED. -All Work Guaranteed. Moderate Charges; Postal Address—IONA. A. BURNS,'*1 CARPENTER BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. BUILDINGS OF ALL KINDS ALTKKED AS RKyUIRED. General Repairs and Jobbing Work Done Plans and Estimates Given. Address— CEMETEKY HAD, UUNVil'. Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES. Sufficient Address— Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. A. KRUPP WATCHMAKER," Jeweller and Optician. Of Melbourne, Dalyston and Lang Lang, Has Commenced Business at MAIN STREET, BUNYIP. Repairs at' Reasonable Rales, and guaranteed for 12 months. EYES TESTED Fit EE OF CHARGE . A TRIAL SOLICITED Will-Visit Pakenham ou Day of Each Cattle Sale. GALL AT The store where you can purchase Groceries, Drapery, Boots, Fruit, Confectionery, and General Merchandise as Cheap if not Cheaper th...
For the Men on the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
For the Men on the Land. Mr. Hobson, district agent _ for the Viotorian Producers' Co-operative Co., announces that a truck will bo loaded with pigs and calves at Garfield on Tuesday, May 26th. Agricultural societies iu all parts of the State arc advocating that the "" income tax commissioner should allow 15/- per week for boarding and lodging an omployee on a farm, or relative employed on the property. Tlio raiii of. the past week has greatly refreshed grass and crops in Bunyip and district. The early oats have especially benefited. Rain was urgently needed, as farmers could only proceed with ploughing under difficulties, and watercourses were practically dry. Potato - digging is still proceeding, the late-planted crops proving better than the early ones, most of which were affected with grubs. At a meeting of the Korumburra Agricultural Society it was decided to forward the: following resolution for inclusion iu the business paper for the forthcoming annual convention of the Chamb...
NAR-NAR-GOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
NAK-NAR-GOON. Tho necessity for the establishment of u policc station at Narnargoon is ovidont. Keccnt.ly uu old rnau was chokcd in the morning, aud tho police did not arrive until night. An old mail named Castles wass killed somo time ago, aud 110 polico arrived to remove the body for a considerable timo, aud he lay where ho foil. Tho deputation that is to wait on tho Chief Commissioner of Police i3 likely to bo largely attended.
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
WARRAUUL STOOK SALK Skews, Huutor aud Co, report having hold their usual weakly market at their Warragul saloyards oil Thursday last, 1.1th May, whou thoro was a very small yarding forward. Priees all rouud were fully equal to last week's quotations. They quote— Pigs—Suckers 10/ to 13/, slips 15/ to 20/, stores 27/6 to 33/, no fats forward. Sheep—Nono yarded. Cattle—Fat cows LG/10/, forward conditioned dilio LI to hi/3/, Btores Lo/10/ to L3/10/, others from L3, best milkers and springers L7/10/, L8 to L9/10/, others from LG, backward cows Lf> to L5/12/C, low condition and aged lower, springing heifors L5/101 to L6/10/, ditto 2 yoars L3 to L-l, ditto 12 months 35/ to -10/, ditto poddios 20/ to 27/G, ditto steers lb/ to 25/, bulls L5 ,to LG. Privately during the week a lino of heifors, a liuo of backward cows and a team of working bullocks at satisfac tory prices.
CORA LYNN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
CORA LYNN. Ex-Cr. J. Wadsluy presided over a fair attcndaucc at the Five-mile Hall oil Friday evening last, when the proposed draiuage scheme for the Kooweerup Swamp was further dis cussed. The chief engineor of the Water Commission (Mr. Kenyon) was presonb, and explained the engineering details and the contribution which the Government intended giving. This was precisely as it appeared in the last issue of the " Free Press." Ho added that the Commission did not propose tu lake the sand out of the main canal, because this would ontail au annual expense of about £3000 on account of re-silting. The Commission did not intend to procced further in the matter of recommending tho scheme, which would not be forced ou tho settlers if a majority of them wero opposed to it. Finally it was resolved that Messrs W. S. Keast and A. Downward (members for tho district) bo asked to formally sot out the amended scheme to meotings of settlers.
COMMERCIAL. DANDENONG STOCK SALES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
COMMERCIAL. DANDENONG STOCK SALES, Tuesday. Adauisou, Strettlo ami Co, Alex. Suott and Co, and Joseph Clarke and Co. conjointly report— Dairy Cattle A fitir-supply of milkers and springers, Willi n larger proportion than usual of good quality cows.# i'bq market waa decidedly -firmer,' /especially, lor good sorts. Best milkers £9/10 to £12/5, extra to £1-1/17 ; good £7 to £9 ; others from £4; springers, best, £8 to Jill; good £G (o £7/10. The following were the principal lots :—Milkers : Messrs. F, Einsiedel 5 to £14/17/6, averaging LI 1 ; N. Bowwan 1 at £12/5 ; II. Potter 2 to £11/2/0; h. Corrigan 1 at £lU/7/ti ; II. G. Gamble o to £10/2/6 j H. Masters 1 at £10 ; P. J. Webb I to £9/15 ; J. Kirkliam 1 at £9/12/0; (J. Lelimau 2 to £9;.A. 13randt 1 at £9; T. lladigau 5 to £8/17/G; X. Williams 2 to £S/17/6. Springers : Messrs. T. Kogers 1 to £11; D.J. Boutke 1 at £'J/2/l5; E. OrdiBh 4 to £8/10; G. II. Hope 5 to £7/10. Fleshy cows to £8/10 ; store cows to £ijo; young cattle 2S/- to 5C/- ...
WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
WAKRAGUL. Miss Hornliker, who for some time past lias actcd as matron at the VVarragul District Hospital, has sent iu her resignation, aud applications aro to bo called for the position at £80 pur annum. A stuff nurse io also to | bo engaged at £60 per year. Owing to tho increasing usefulness of the institution, extensive alterations and renovations have reeoutly been effected ; at a cost of £200. A further expendi ture of between £j0o and £600 is I now contemplated iu tho construction of four infectious diseases wards, after the pattern of those erectcd by the i Government at Greenvale, and which I were recently inspected by councillors aud the hospital committee at the iuvitation of the Premier.
Kooweerup. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
* !* !». " * Kooweerup. A man named Thomas Wedlock was arrested at Dandonong oh a chargc of having stoleu a, bag of potatoes from the Dalmoro railway station. Ho was remanded to appear at the Cranbonnie Court. As mentioned in a previous issue, the Caledonian Society lately formed at Kooweerup promises to mako great headway. The principal office-bearers arc :—Chief, II. L. Laidlaw ; chief tains, J. Hudson, H. Beattic, Christie, and J. Bethuuc; lion, secretary, W. Mallcott; treasurer, J. Morrison. Tho gentlemen named will have tho assist ance of a strong council (about 12 mcmbors), and a code of rules has been adopted. ' It is proposed to celebrate the inauguration of the society with a concort aud danco early in July. * * •> ❖
Bunyip Police Court. (Before Mr. W. W. Harris, P.M., and Mr. A. J. Botterill, J.P.) CORA LYNN SCRUB FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
Bunyip Police Court. (Before Mr. W. W. Harris, P.M., and Mr. A. J. Botterill, J.P.) CORA LYNN SCRUB FI11E. There was a good number of persons present at the above court on Wednes day of last week, when the charges of lighting scrub fires preferred against residents of Cora Lynn were dealt with. Constable Ansteo proceeded against James Milliga-n for igniting material thereby endangering the property of J.ohn Ilutter, of Cora Lynn. Mr. Dunn conducted tho prosecution and Mr. Davine defended Milligan. John Butter deposed that accused set alight to some .scrub and tho peat caught iire and .spread 13 font 011 to the block owned by witness. Tho iire burnt come fencing and ho estimated his damage at L5. Accused made no attempt to put the lire out and he sent for Constable Anstee. The peat was still burning. Witness considered the burning of his block would reduce it in prico by £15 per acre. What part • ' ■ was1 burnt took 'J feet of solid ground off witness's place. The iiro started on Sun...
Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
Sales of Property. Mr. W. Thompson has disposed of liia farm at South Pakonham at £"21 per acre. Mrs. Hagucy, of Droniu West, has taken over Mr. J. OlBen's lease of the King Parrot Creek Hotel, and Mies Patison has sold hor confectionery business at Drouin to Mrs. Leo. _ Land rentals are increasing at Trafalgar and on tlie Moo Swamp. The property of Miss Evans at Trafalgar, containing 96 acres, has been Bold at £-i-5 per acrc. Two blocks on tlic Moo Swamp were last Saturday sold at £45 and £47 respectively, the purchasers being Mr, Day and Mrs. J0II7.
Two Tynong Farmers Disagree. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
Two Tynong Farmers Disagree. Ill :i complicated ticbfc dispute which was heard at Bunyip court last week botweeu two Tyuong farmers somo hard swearing was indulged in. The farmers u'ne Arthur Stephens aud John Cunningham. They had beeu working fo'r caeh other ou aud off at different periods, aud whoa the time for settling up arrived both felt that they woro getting the worst of the deal. Stephens issued a summons to eollect £17 odd from Cunningham for wages due for various kinds of work. He alleged lie hud been engaged to look after and drive an engine at JG3 per week ; splitting wood ; ploughing and other farm work. Cunningham put iu a set-off claim against Stephens for £15 odd, for ploughing with team of bullocks; loads of firewood; time not worked by Stephens; digging of potatoes ; aud other items. The bench heard both claims together. Mr. M. Daviuo appeared for Cunningham and and Mr. 13. J. Dunn for Stephens. Stephens swore he was engaged by the week, that the lirowood was given...
CHARGE AGAINST RUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
CHARGE AG AINST RUTTER. Milligan then charged Rutter with a similar offence, oil a"" date prior to that on which the above-mentioned fire took place. The Chairman asked Mr. Davine if he intended to go.on with the charge, SB it appeared to him a case o£ spite. .Mr. Davine said His Worship had practically settled the matter by- the remark he hud just made. The Chairman said he would repeat it. He said it boro that aspect. The fire occurred as far back as Decembor, and Milligan had taken no steps until five months later; until summoned himself. Mr. Davine aaid his client would never como to court only for Butter. The Chairman said Milligan should have taken a different method to pro . teot himself in the first place. . Mr. Dayine said he would agree to, a withdrawal without costs. Ho also asked for and sccured a reduction of tho lino in tho first caso from 40/- to 20/- No witnesses took costs.
Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1911. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
Bunyip FreePress ■ . A N I) Berwick Sliiro Guardian. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1911. ' Local and General I Topics. Mr. G. Elmslic, M.L.A. will address a public meeting at Uuuyip on Monday, June loth, when it is probable he will have some thing important to say on the Kooweerup Swamp drainage schemes. Mr. P- -Irood, tho Warragul dentist, will visit Bunyip ou Saturday next, 23rd iust., and msy be consulted at Wilson's Hotel. Mi. T. Milloll, of Lougsvarry, iu another eolumu auuounces that lie will deliver firewood in Bunyip or Lougwarry at reasonable rates by the ton or load. The quarterly social of tho Bunyip branch A.N.A. was hold on Tuesday evening when there was a fair number of dancers present and an enjoyablu oveuiug was spc>it. Secretary Drake had everything in apple-pio order ior tho occasion, and was ably assisted by other inemboi a uf tliu committee. Arrangement;; ure well forward for the Buuyip Stato School picnic which takes placc on Friday (to-iuorrow) to celebrate Empire Day. ...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 21 May 1914
News and Notes. Seuator E. J. Russell was lined L2 ut tho Coburg Court foi' failing l0 have liia child vaccinalcd. A ball in connection with th0 Australian Light Horse is to bo held at Trafalgar on 5tli Juno. Tho Maffra waterworks, u scheme costing £9000, wore opened to-day (Thursday) by Mrs. J. Mills. Johu Honry Tattorsall, raugor fur tho Tasmanian Turf Club, blow his brains out with a gun at tho Mowbray racocorirso on Tuesday. It is said that another local option poll is to bo taken at Trafalgar next August, with a view to securing a second hotel in that town. Alexander G. Munro, verger at the Augustino Congregational. Church at Attburu, was found dead in tho churcili on Saturday afternoon. Death was due to natural causes. Lillian Wendfc, aged 17 years, was arrested at Williamstown, and will appear at tho Dookio Court to answer a charge of haviBg stolon a diamond ring, valuod at lilO,.b'olouging to Mis. HarkncBS, of Dookio College. " May God have mercy on your soul when you die," ...