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JINDIVICK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

JINDIVICK. A larger area than usual was plauted with potatoes this season, but owing to the low prices digging has only lately commenced. The tubers are sound and the yields goad in the well-worked paddocks, but eelwoi-m is prevalent in the dry fields, r

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

PURELY PERSONAL. Mrs. Stepbeusou, an old resident of Pakeuham, passed away recently at the age of 79 years. Rev. H. E. Huut will be leaving Dronin iu a fen weeks, he baviug accepted a call from the Presbyterian congregation at Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Winters, who left Drouiu on May 5th for a trip to South Africa and England, sent a cable message last Thursday stating that they had arrived at Durban. ^ Mrs. Roberts, widow of the late Joseph Roberts, * died last week at Hopetoun-road, Drouiu. She was 5i years of age, and leaves foar sons. Rev. B. Syer (Church of England) officiated at the grave. Tha Rev. L, M. Nancatrow, of Orbost, has been appointed to sucoeed the Rev. A. L. Kent as vicar of Warragul. The latter leaves about the end ol June to take charge of St. Saviour's parish, Bunyip. The residents of Lougwarry and district will be 6orry to hear that Mr. J. J. Malier, who for ee.veral years has acted as -titationroaster at Loug warry, will be leaving shortly, having been transf...

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

THEY SAY; That ovor 60 applications were rccciTcd by the Drouin Butter Coy. for the position of manager of the Cora ,Xynn co-operative itore. That the quality of Koow«erup Swamp land was again proved on Tuesday last when •" one old settler bought another old settler's farm at £47/10/0 per acre. That the most unpopular woman iu Bunyip is the one who never does anything her neighbours can gossip about. That the young lady with the green hat, . pink hot socks, and cream face crcatcd quite a furore in Bunyip la6t Saturday. . Some of Jthe little girls were puzzled to know which circuB was coming. That recently a boy at Ballaval registered for compulsory drill with the christian names of James Reginald Osborne Bloemfontein Stanley Baden Powell That almost every newspaper in Australia copied the potato-digging challenge and record which was sent from. Bunyip to " The Argus " a few weeks ago, That a good horse never stumbles ; a good sport never grumbles; and a good mug never ■ never tumble...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

For Ohronlc Cheat Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6. Beat Bran 1/2|; Best Pollard 1/8 pw bu»bel, obtainabli at Poaraou'fl,

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

[Advertisement.] LADS FOB FARM WOlvK. • To Farmers, Fastoralists, Dairymen, Orchard^ iBtB and Other Country Employers. LADS numbering about 200 arc Arriving on the 14th June from Great Britain who are desirous of-obtaining country em ployment at wages from 10/- per week and keep. Employers are requested to make immediate application to the Immigration Bureau, 555 Flinders Street. Melbourne. S. WHITEHEAD, Oilicei' in Charge. SILVER STAR STARCH i..:... . 'y , INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES in w .i.i ■ ,i ■ 111 ...i.n rn C^KATING Children's CA1NITAL. BUNYIP MECHANICS ON Wednesday! June 17, At 8 o'Clock, 7 PRIZES. 7 Best Fancy Costume, Girls under IS yean. Best Fancy Costume, Boys rinder 16 years. Obstacle Race, Giris under 14 ytarg. Obstacle Race, Boys under It yean. Egg and Spoon Bac«, under 14 years. Catching the Pig, Girls under 14 years. Catching the Pig, Boys under U.yeari. ; ADMI88ION fid. Children Hall Price. ALL SKATES 6d. CLEARING - SA£E. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. (in conjunct...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

Stray Notes. .... A Brisbane.firm is reported to have 6oli to a ■ meat company 11,000 wethers, full fleeced, in the paddock at Charleville, at £1 per head—a record price for Queensland. They deal it out pretty hot to a publican who serves a prohibited person with liquor in Queensland. At Warwick the other day a conviction for an offenoe of that kind brought a fine of £20, while the person who Was served, with a glass of beer was. finad £5. - Two giant mushrooms were found a few days ago at Teddywaddy West, in the Wycheproof district. One was 21 inches in diameter, 7$ inohes thick, and weighed 8}lb., while the other measured 15 inches in diameter, and weighed 41b, 8 oz. The popular and manly game of football is being played down to a very low level in Melbourne through the players showing ill-feeling: and the spectators rushing the ground. This occurred at Port Melbourne last Saturday when" Brighton was. playing the Port club. Players punoned and kicked each other until the police in...

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 — 4 June 1914

Under the Hammer* Mr. G. V, Stephen will'hold' a clearing sale of itock, lam implements, ptc., for Mr. J. Shelton at LaTwrtouohe op Wednesday, June 10th. Adamson, Strettle and Co.Pty. Ltd. announce that tho next sale of stock at the Bunyip saloyards will be held on Thnrsnay,.Juno 4th. - Skews, Hunter and Co. now hold their monthly stock Gale at Bunyip on the fourth Saturday in each month, and entries are being reoeived ;for their next sale on Saturday, the 27th June. By order of the Trustees Executors and Agency Company (administrators of the estate of Mr. James Smith, deceased) Mr. Bernard Michael will offer for sale on tho property' at Tynong, at 2 o'clock on Wednesday, 10th June, a weatherboard cottage containing four rooms, detached kitchen and outbuildings, with- about an acre of land. The household furniture and effects will also be offered. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night. Woods' Great ftppuuint Cuio, if«,

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 — 4 June 1914

News and Notes* Mr. George Launder, a pioneer of the Eight. Hours' movement, passed away at Preston the other day. James Hogau, aged 65, was found dead in Lonsdale-atreet, Melbourne, on Sunday night laBt. Deceased was a resident of 881 Lonsdale-streofc Mrs. James Loner, of Waterloo, in the Myrtleford district, had her knee fraotured by a kick t from a pet horse •which she was patting affectionately. Mr. William Bobert Merry, who constructed the railway line from Melbourne to Geelong, over whioh there was considerable litigation, died on Monday. A laborer of 60 years named Daniel. George Taylor was found, dead in a Eaddock at Kyabram on Sunday last, •eath was due to Byncope, caused by pneumouia. Mr. Hector Morrison, a well-known police magistrate, died in Melbonrne on Friday. Formerly be was assistant clerk of courts at Geelong, Coleraine, and Kilmore. Frank M'Auley, 40 years, was killed last Friday through falling 13 feet down a well-bole of a bnilding in "Queen-street, Melbourne, w...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor "Free Press.") [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor " Free Press.") Seat Sir,—In your issue reporting a ease of A. Stephens v. J. Cunningham, in ths Bunyip Court of Petty Session*, on 13th May, the figures given by you relating to tho verdict are incorrect, probably due either to a misprint or to the difficulty in obtaining acourate figures for publication. We big to point out that the order made by the Court wag an order in favor of oomplainant, Mr. A. Stephen), for £16/1/6, with £1/17/0 coats, and on the set-off aa order for £2/19, with 11/—tlia court making an order in favor of the complainant, Mr. A. Stephen*, for the balance, £14/8/6. We trust you will be goed enough to insert this explanation. Youn faithfully, COURTNEY, DUNN & WILLIAMSON. Solicitors for Complainant. The Longwarry Football Club has deoided to hold a grand ball in aid of tho club's funds on Friday evening, 6th June. Good floor, good music and M.G., and firafc-olass refreshments will be provided. The people of Long warry are ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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DRESS AND FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

DRESS ANDi FASHION. Mr. Charlos Pearson, of Bunyip, nas lately put iu a splendid stock of drapery and ladies' and gentlemen's clothing, and iu order to increase his growing business and make room for more goods to arrive shortly he has marked down his present stock at Prices unheard of in Bunyip before. We would advice lady readers of the "Free Press" to carefully read the list of prices appearing in another column of to-day'B issue, and. then "get oh early." It is rarely the public has- suoh a chance of getting first-class quality goods,at low prices, and they should take advantage of th« opportunity.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Pioneer Women of South Gippsland. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

——P——ami Pioneer Women of South Glppsland. Some of the women ia the Gunyah bills Lave a word of pity for their city sister, with her eternal round of shopping, tram rideB and fugitive pleasures. ' Wo have not the same opportunities for sight-seeing, per haps,' says one of them, ' but wo have other things to make jap. "We are not compelled to work in the paddocks, but wo do go out sometimes to help with tho bracken catting and tho log rolling ; we bring in the cows and milk them. Then wo have our flowers, and at nightB there iB a roaring fire, sewing, a book, or, for tho children a game of cards. Yes, our days are fall.' The woman who spoke, possessed of more than averaga intelligence, has been in the hilta for 13 years, and in the interval has only once visited Melbourne. A short, plump, smiling-eyed woman, full of: energy, helpful to her husband in tho paddocks, and sole creator of a beautiful garden on a hill top, ha3 been out of the mountains — to Boolart'a—only once in 11 years....

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL NOTES. THE CENTRAL GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. BUNYIP DEFEAT LONGWARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

•PORTING NOTM. FOOTBALL NOTM. THE CENTRAL GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. BDNYIP DEFEAT LONGWABBY. The various grounds were in first-clasa conditio* yeateraay, and some Interesting game* were witnessed..- The match in which moat local interest was centred was that in which Bunyip and Longwarry met on the Longwarry recreation reserve. It was expected that the game would b* stubbornly contested, and this proved to be the case. The best team wan on the day, bat Bunyip did not have so much the. best of the game as tbc scows show, although for a portion of the l*at quarter they had things much their own way, and put on several behind*. The Longwarry team were without the services of Charlie Lenz, one .of their best players, who baa gone away for a. holiday. Donaldson captained Bunyip, whilst K. Hughes led Longwarry. A. good: crowd witnessed the' game, but it is evident that, the Bqnyip supporters are not showing such enthusiasm as ia previous years. The reason for this is fairly plain, although t...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Terrible Shipwreck. 1,088 LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

Terrible Shipwreok. 1,088 LIVES LOST. - A shipping disaster of an appalling nature ocourred near Qaeb«c early on Friday morning last, which proved far more serious than the wreck of the Titanic, which occurred about. 18 months ago. The Canadian Pacific liner, Empress of Ireland, 14,191 tons, which had left Quebec ou Thursday afternoon for Liverpool with 1,887 passengers on board, was run down by the Norwegian collier Storatsd, 6,028 tons. The huge liuer was struck amidships while lying practically hove-to in a fog at 3 o'clock iu the morning. Within 10 minutat tbo liner sank and 1,082 pcraOUb parisheo. The Storatad "was badly daiuusre.-. bnt proceeded on hor journey u:.ciir her own steam to Quebec. N'oct of hor passengers were lost. A few dead bodies, also several survivors from the EmproBK of Ireland, were picked up by t'ue S tors tad and landed safely at liaebeo. " -, Many of the passengers who naa beeu unable to dress flung thomselves overboard into tho icy waters in thsir night ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

Harrison & Gillies BRICKLAYERS, ; £ BUNYll' AAFD |<i\a, kindn^jol-Bricklaying Work ^ ?:_T)one tliro«^hb>iV^ilie" diBtrict,; • CEMENTING k PLAM'KKING • ALSO EXECUTED. . Jli Work- Guaranteed. .Moderate Charges. Poatal Address—IONA. ....... CAIU'KNTKR BUILDER A- CONTRAGTUK. BUILDINGS OF ALL KINDS ALTERED AS KKQCJIRED. General Repairs and Jobbing Work Done. Flans and Estimates Given. Address— - C! EM 1ST BUY KAD, BUNYll'. Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON" GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES. SUFFICIENT ADDRESS— foeen,; s.r MELBOURNE. A. KRUPP WATCHMAKER, Jeweller and Optician. Of'Melbourne, Daljslon and Lang Lang. Has Commenced Business at, MAIN STREET, BUNYIP. Sep airB: at Reasonable Kates, ana guaranteed for 12 months. I YES TESTED FREE OF CHARGE A' TRIAL SOLICITED Will Visit Pakenham on Day of Each .Cattle Sale. CALL AT The store where you can purchase Groceries, Drapery, Boots,; Fruit, Confectionery, and General Merchandise as Cheap if not Cheaper...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

IONA TEA Is 3d and Is. 6d. Drink IONA TEA.

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Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

Bunyip Free Press —- AND — Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914. Local and General "Topics. Over ■ 60 applications have been j received for 'tbe position of manager of.the .new-co-operative stare at Cora Lynu. Theso will be dealt with at a meeting to be bold at Drouin next Friday. Messrs Courtney,, Dunn and Williamson, Solicitors, of Bnnyip add Warragal, notify that they have large sums' of trust moneys to lend at cheap rates of interest on first mortgage of approved securities. There: is likely to be a large crowd at the compliin0£1tar7 social to be tendered to the Bunyip GirlB' Own Club members by the lady and gentlemen friends of the club on the evening 0f 26fch June. A large i number of tickets have been issued, 2/6 each, and the proceeds are to i be devoted to the Warragul District ] Hospital. i Mr. P. H. Trood, dentist, Warragol, •wisheB to announce that his next visit to Bunyip wiil be 011 Saturday, Jane IStli, at Wilson's Gippslaud Hotel. Mr. F. H. Weatberhead, who...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

Glover, Onians And Co. SPENCERSTREET MELBOURNE, Ciiatl', Grain, & Farm Produce ■ Merchants, Farm Salesmen. I.TAKMIiUS desiro-:*- of Selliug,Properties . send aioiij: your particulars NOTV. We have numerous ini|'iinta. Immediate inspec tion mailt:. Money to lend at current-rate* of interest. ; All Uiiiisiymiienls receive Bestand Prompt Attention. • Fullest VkIiics Obtained and Account Sales Rendered Promptly AGKKT AT BUN VIP—H. AhbKS. PUBLIC NOTICE. FOR THOSE REQUIRING LAND "JO . ' BUY OK LEASE. . .: r-.'-r I S uiy UuiiimsB gives nie the opportunity A of Inspecting the L AN U in the Surroundiug District. 1. hive decided to; Start a Land Agcncy ill liunyip. I have now Several Good River Proper lies and 3Wjmu|V .Farms:iq ilb.'liusincss with. Local Agent forlSuekcye Harvester.Coy. IJo not I'oigcl that I have 11 stnnding order Icii a i'ig and Calf... Truck Every Monday, Icaviug Longwarry at 1 o'clock, Bunyip 2 o'clock, (iarlield 3 o'clock. . Stuck Droving Done at Fair Hates. Advi...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

Looal Land Board. Messrs. Brennan and BdmoasoH presided at a land board held at the mechanic's hall, Bunyip,. yesterday, when several settlei's along the Ararat Creek, near Tynong; were cited before the board. Most of them were called upon to show cause why their blocks should not ho forfeited, chiefly for not. cleaniag out tbo drains. Messrs. ,T. Gieeson and WV J. Carney aaked the board to postpone further action until tho Bottlers had au interview with the Premier. The board agreed to their request, and the settlers will hold a meeting shortly to arrange for: a deputation; The next meeting of Berwiok Sbire Council takes place on Saturday, June 6th. Now. that UcGoorty and Clabby are in Australia they should meet and decide which is the better man. Robert Montgomery, who had been employed for 15 years at MoSeown's bakery at Werribee, was found dead in bed on Monday.- He hailed, from Creewiok, and was 70 years old. "Oh, fiellna I Your cough is most dreadful, You'll have to take somet...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 4 June 1914

A REMINDER. • Headers uf the "Free Press" are requested to remember that the firms and business people who advertise iu our columns do go in the expectation of 'direct results iu the way ol' mail and other orders. We receive advertising business because the paper has a largo circulation (especially among the farmers),' but if our readers omit to mention the '' Free Press" when ordering, I he sale is liable to be credited to sumo other medium in which the same advertise ment may be appearing. Extreme care is' taken, iu selecting our advertisers, and we frequeutly decline contracts from ' tirmB 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 patronise Fuee Press" advertisers (both district and'outside), and to bo sure aud mention the uauie of the. medium through which their pocket nvas touched.

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 — 4 June 1914

Sales of Property. Mr. James Young, land- agout, of Bunyip, has sold Mr. Irvine 8nowden's bouse and farm of 15 acres on the Bunyip • road at the higli price of £47/10/- per acre. The purchaser was Mr. Thomas Biles, a well-known Bunyip farmer.

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