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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

THEY SAY; That the most miserable girl in the world is the poor girl with the rich girl's vices. ■ That everything comes to the man who waits—except the woman he is waiting for. That the slight young lady o£ Bunyip looks <iuitc lonely since her young man has been called to duty. Stop that whistling Jock. That when a widojv intends to get married again she keeps her age dark and her hair light. That there has been ' another bloomlDg row ' down Cora Lynn way, and challenges galore were thrown out but not accepted. That a lady wrote to the Bachelors' Corner in the " Advocate " on 10th May and con gratulated the Girls' Club o£ Bunyip for excluding the men from a recent dance. That you can't always get inside informa tion from a middleman—on a racccourse. That a certain individual iu the Bunyip district lakes the cake. He locks his sick missus up for hours while he goes away " footballing. Shame ! .. That worry is the want of balance—quite so, balance at the bank. That a water...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

C. PoarBou, of Bunyip, lias put in an oxcellont stock of men's suits, caps, shirts, collars, otc., and is selling same at low prices.—(Advfc.) Mr. T. Millett, of Lougwarry, in another column announces that he will deliver firewood iu Bunyip or Longwarry at reasonable rates .by the ton or load.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

SrIsh of ProDarf.v. A farm containing 80 acres oil the Kooweerup Swamp, bolonging to Mrs. Emmotfc, has beon sold by Brown, the Lightning Salesman," of Bunyip, to Mr. J. Geddos,~of Mortlake, at L22 por acre. Mr. Brown-also sold 220 acres at Jindivick, the proporfcy of Mr. J. Shelton, to Mr. Folcy-Gilpin, of New Zealand, at a satisfactory price. Messrs Charwan Bros, have disposed of tbeir farm of 110 acres at Kooweerup at £12/10/- per acre, the purchaser being Mr. Colliver, of Kooweerup. There was a good attendance at Wilson's Gippslaud Hotel. Bunyip, on Saturday afternoon last, when Mr. Bernard Michacl offered at auction the property known as George Cathcart's at Longwarry, containing 320 aorca. As £1/5/- per acre was the highest bid the property was passed in for Envate sale. Messrs E. and E. J. Williams' ouse and farm of 30 acres on the Longwarry Drain road was also offered, but was passed in at £21 per acre.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

A REMINDER. Reader.'- of the "Five Press" are requested to remember that the fiims and business people who advertise in our columns do so in ilie expectation of direct results in tlio way of mail and ■ other" orders. We receive advertising business because the paper has a large circulation (especially among the. farmers), but if our read era 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 in selecting our advertisers, and wo frequently decline contracts from linns for various reasons, so that our readers may rely upon getting a lair deal from the clients whose advertisements appear. We, therefore, urge our readers to patronise •' Free Press" advertisers (both district and outside), and to be sure and mention the name of the medium through which their pocket was touched.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

News and Notes. Friday, 1th September, is the dale fixed for Ike auuual horso parade at Buiiyip. A fiTe-yoar-old boy uarncd Victor John Swectiug was drowned iu a dam at Werribee ou Monday. At Bemdigo North J. Conners sus tained a severe scalp wound through a brick falliug ou his head. Mrs. White, mother of Detective White, of the Postal Department, died at Berwick a few days ago. The Pakcnhaui brunch of tho Aus tralian Natives' Association haa decided to hold ifs annual ball ou the June. Empty vessels make more uoiso iu spite of empty claims of iuforior teas. You cannot loose sight of the fact that Cooney's Iona Tea is first favorite. Try it to day. for Bronchial Coughs, lake Wouda' Grual I'eppcrmint Cure. 1/6. John Forrest, father of H. B. Forrest, editor of the " lliveriua Herald," Eehuca, has died at the age of 79 years. Albert Peter Alder, a trucker at tho South mine at Broken Hill, was instantly killed hy falliug down a Bhaft. IteceutJy Patoruoster's bakery and business at Berw...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

,ONA TEA Is M and is. 6d.' brink IONA TEA.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

LAW NOTICES. C BED I TOES, Next of Kin, and All Others having CLAIMS against the Estate of the undermentioned Person are Required to send Particulars thereof to BRIDGET AGNES MAHON, of Koo-Wee Rup, in Victoria, Widow, the Administratrix, on or before the 27th Day of JUNE, 1914, otherwise they may be excluded when the Assets are being distributed. ' • NAME : DARIUS MAHON. Usual Residence: Koo-Wee-Rup, in Victoria. Occupation : Farmer, who died on the I6tli day of November, 1913. GRAY k FRIEND, Proctors, Warragul. NOTICE MARGARET O'DONNELL, Deceased. Pursuant to the Trusts Act 1890, Notice is hereby given that all personB having Claims against the Estate of Margaret O'Donnell, formerly of Darling Road, Malvern, in Victoria, but late of Yallock, in Victoria, married woman, deceased, arc hereby REQUIRED to send PARTICULARS in writing of such claims to CATHERINE EDITII THOMPSON, one of the Executrices of the will' of said deceased, addressed Cure of the under signed, on or before the Twe...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAFALGAR DEFEAT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

TRAFALGAR DEFEAT WARRAGUL. Trafalgar brought their best available team to Warragul, the easy win of the latter over Bunyip last week causing laBt season's premiere to take no chances. The game was well contested, anil at times was rather rough. The final result was :— Goals BohindB Points TRAFALGAR ... 8 10 58 WARRAGUL ... 5 8 38 ♦ ♦ ♦ B. Taylor (Pakonham) playod a splendid forward game last Saturday againBt Cranbourne, and kicked half a-dozen goals. Charlio Loiiz (Longwarry) beat hiB brother Con. (Trafalgar) almost pointless in last week's match. He also played a great gatne yesterday against Yarragon. Gus. Dobrigh, who played bo well for Trafalgar last year, is showing great form for Collmgwood on the forward liue, and generally scores a couple of goals each Saturday. In the Drouindistrict a competition iB in progress, but. so far'the football shown has been little above school-boy form. Last Saturday Drouiu defeated Longwarry South by 11 goals 15 behinds to 2 goals 8 behindB. Tra...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRAGON BEAT LONGWARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

W V V YAKRAGON BEAT LONGWAIIKY. Despite the wet day there was a good attendance on the Longwarry ground to witness the match between the above clubs. The Longwarry recreation reserve iB well drained, nevertheless there was a good deal of slipping and sliding, and at times players on both sides fumbled the ball in a manner that suggested lack of practice. When we mentioned last week that Longwarry had a real good team some football followers laughed; but it was no laughing matter with Yarragon yesterday. It took the visiting Magpies all they knew to win, and the result was in doubt almost up till the rin«lug of the tiual bell. As usual Baldie wiis the best- man on the Yarragon side, but to J. Hoggin (Longwarry) goes the palm for playing the best game of the 36. Charlie Lenz and Bob Harkcr both played splendid all-round football for Longwarry, as also did James. Besides Baldie Movuy, Campbell, Graut, Beal and .Anderson showed good form for Yarragon; Final result— Goals Behinds PointB ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

f. 4» ❖ MISCELLANEOUS. Sam Langford has issued a challenge through the French Boxing Union to fight Jack Johnson if the latter defeats Frank Moran on the 27th June next. In the event of Johnson being defeated the ohallenge is to go to Moran. Tho Brouin golf links presented a lively appearance on Saturday last, whon the aeason was opened. Cr. E. J. Hayes donated trophies for the mixed foursomes, and theso wero won by Captain A. H. a'Beckett (Bunyip) and Miss McKenzie (Drouin). At tho West Melbourne stadium on Saturday night Eddie MoGoorty, tho American middle-weight, knocked out Julos Dubourg, tho Frenchman, in the 5th round of a 20-rounds contest. Dubourg showed much cleverness, but the American, who is tho hardest hitting middle - weight yet seen in Australia, proved too superior. In his 20-round fight against Joo Wolling at Byduey last Saturday night Hughie Mohogan showod much improvement on his recent contest with Saylor. Tho contest went tho full journey, and Mehegan got the ver...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOOTING. BUNYIP RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

8H0ibTiNQ. BUNYIP RIFLE CLUB. A return match—duo. ovor a couple of seasons—was paid on Saturday last, , when the local riflemen proved au easy snap for tbo Dandeuong ox j ponents of marksmanship on their ; own rango. It will be remembered that tho last occasion of meeting re sulted in an oveu contest, both toams totalling 486, the- conditions being 7 shots at each of 500 and 600 yards, whilst tho arrangement for Saturday's Bhoot was 14 shots at 600 yards. Dandenong compiled 470 to Bunyip's 440. Bunyip men were not up to their usual form and tho tho day, though not too bad, accounted for every score ou the board showing " magpieB," with the one~exception of M. Kirkham—the man who recently Eut on 38 consecutive " bulls" at loongatha. His ' contribution being 64, the highest score for the day. A pleasant drive of three miles to tho foot of the Dandenong ranges, where the butts are situated ; a social after noon, shooting interspersed with chats on rifle mattors in general; return drive...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

GEORGE SMITH'S SPECIAL SEEDS. GIANT ASTERS, STOCKS, PANSIES & ALL VEGETABLE SEEDS: My hardy, cold olimate FRUIT TREES, Rose Plants, Shrubs, eto., Grow Vigorously when transplanted to milder districts. SMITH'S SEEDS & PLANS are SOLD. ON HONOR. TRY THEM. Cash Orders delivered FREIGHT PAID to'any Railway Station. CATALOGUES FREE on Application. > GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Morohant, Ballarat. EBtablised 1804.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

WANTED MESSENGER for Office. Apply, POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Buoyip. Best Brau 1/2}; Best Pollard 1/8 per basbol, obtainablo aa Pearson's. For Children's Haoking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Bunyip Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th. (Before Messrs. A. H. a'B[?]kett and A. J. Botterill, J's P.) A COMMISSION CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

Bunyip Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th. (Before Messrs. A. H, .a'Bcokett and A. J. Botterill,'J's P.) A COMMISSION CLAIM. Albert H. Brown, land agent, Bunyip, proceeded agBinBt , Henry Streeter, also of Bunyip, to rccover the sum of £2. amount duo on a promisory note, for amount stated. Sir. Dunn appeared for complainant and Mr. Hamilton for defondant. Mr. Dunn explained that hia client found a tenant for Mr. Streetcr's. farm at Modolla, and Streeter paid him £3 down ub com mission, and gave him a promisory noto for £2, payable at sis months. His client was now suing for the amount of the note-.. Mr. Hamilton said the defence was: no contract,' no delivery -subjcct to conditions not fulfilled. • ■ Albert H. Brown, deposed that ho was a land "agent" 'rcstding- nt Bunyip. '-'Witness found a'tenant for Mr. Strecter's farm and was.paid £3 cash and the pro. note for £2. Six months rent was paid in advance and he gave the £30 cheque to Streeter. Witness agreed with Streeter to accept £0...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Drouin Court. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

The Drou in Court. Xhorc was only ono ease heard at the Drouin Police Court on Wednesday, when ^■r r." ^.ounSi J• I1-1 occupied the bench. The Drown Co-operative Butter Factory Company proceedod against D. Ross for the recovery of £6/9/7, for goods sold and delivered and money duo. An order was made for the amount, with 15/- costs.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL NOTES. THE CENTRAL GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. IONA DEFEAT BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

8P0RTING NOTES. FOOTBALU' NQTE8. THE CENTRAL gippsland association. iona defeat BONYIP. Tho "Garfield ground was in a rather sloppy condition on "Wednesday, when the Bunyip and Iona teams met for the ■ first time this BeaBon. The wet weather had an eflect on the attendance, but a fair number of supporters of both sides braved the elements and witnessed the game. When the players took the field it was seen that Iona had the stronger team, and it is a pity they cannot get the same players to travel aB those who bo easily defeated Bunyip yesterday at Garfield. Their champion (Gordon Green) has thoroughly recovered from his accidcnt in the match against Trafalgar, and was as good as any three men on the ground. Iona'B forward meii made good use of tho wet ball, which is shown by th» fact that they scored 7 goals and only 3 behinds. The train was late, and the game did not start until about a quarter to 4. Iona scored first behind, and falls were frequent. Soon aftor Bunyip got a minor p...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 28 May 1914

A REMINDER. I. ;,..Readers of tho " Free Press" are requested to remember thut tho firms and business people who advortiso in our columns do so iti the expectation of direct results in the way of mail and other orders. Wo receive advertising business because the paper has a largo circulation (especially among the farmers), but if our readers omit to mention the " Frse Press" when ordering, the sale is liable to be credited to some other medium in which tho same advortiso ment may be appealing. Extromo card is taken in selecting our advortisore, and we frequently decline contracts from firms for various roasous, so that our readers may rely upon gotting a fair deal from tho clionts whose advortisoments appoar. We, theroforo, urge our rcadors to patronise " Free Press" advertisers (both district and outside), and to be sure and mention tho name of tho medium through which their pocket was touohod.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT DOINGS. IONA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

district doinqs. IONA. The anniversary of the Presbyterian Church will take placo on Sunday next, when services will be held at 8 and 7 o'olock. The Kev. Mr. Book, 0{ Northcote, will officiate at both servicas. Last Thursday a horse attaobed toa spring cart bolted on Mr. David Williams' farm, and that gentleman bad & lively experience. Eventually the axle broke, and Mr. Williams was thrown heavily to the ground. He fortunately esoaped serious injury. ... People in this (lona) Riding should make a point of paying their rates befoi t) -Tnuo 10th, so thai their names will be oa the municipal roll and they will be entitled to vote. Cr. Carney retires iu August next, and although no other aspirant has yet announced himself, it is not likely that he will be allowed a walk-over. Considering that the season was not a favorable one, some excellent crops of carrots have been growu around Iona, and the same' .remarks ' apply to. maize , The main potato j crop has been ■ dug, the averag...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAKENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

PAKENHAM. In future the Pakenham Court will be held at 10 a.ui. on Thursdays, instead of on Wednesday afternoons. Some weeks ago tho police authorities decided to make Pakeuham a bicycle Btation, and took Constaljle Maher'o troop horse away. The residents pointed out that the constable could not do his duty satisfactorily on a bicycle, owing to the mountainous u.irurrt pf the country to be traversed, and it has now been decided to return the horse. Although thousands of rabbits have Iweu destroyed by means of apples RDd strychnine, they, appear to be on the increase around Pakeuham and on the Kouweerup Swamp. A prreat niauy harbors for rabbits were . destroyed during tho bush fires of a few months ago, and since tlieu tho rabbits havo been invading farms where sufficient' wire-netting has uot been used to keep them out. At Pakeuham Court last Thursday J. "Wadslev, of Five mile, and J. C. Langton were both proceeded against by Inspector Kelleher for failing to destroy rabbits ou thei...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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The Factories' Act. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

The Factories1 Act. Last week at the Daudeuong Court, More Messrs Sutherland, Pearson nnd Lons&da, J's.P., a peculiar case und«r che Factories' Act was beard. Tn# diitricfc inspector under the, act (J. T. Howard) proceeded against R. :>ud G. Smith, it being alleged that an employe named John Hocking was paid a lees wage than that provided for under the rules and regulations of the Country Shop Assistants' Board. Back money amounting to L60/1/6 waB also claimed. The inspector said be called ou Smith, and told him that Hocking informed him that he had . worked longer hours than he should have done, and for less money than he should have beeu p&id. Smith denied that he had underpaid Hockiug, but had no record of paying Hockiug his money. For the defeuce Mr. Rhqden said the Bummons disclosed ■ 'underpayment for- a week only. The othar side could not ask h'im to defend such a big claim as that- now put forward (L60/1/6). The bench decided to adjourn the case for the pr...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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