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A Daring Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

A Daring Robbery. News of a daring robbery comeB frotu Sydney. On Wednesday a pay clerk and workman were taking a. box containing £3300 to the Evoloigh railway shops, the amount being wages for the men. When in the stu-oot just outside tho shpps a maakod man suddenly sprang out of u motor-car, and, covering the two railway men with a revolver, called out that he would shoot if they offered any resistance. The suddenness of the attack caused the men to drop the box and step back. The masked bandit picked up the box, and, with a heave, put a iuto tho car. Ho then jumped in after the money, and still covering tht? men with bin revolver, sent the car of! at high spaed and was quickly lout to view.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Produce Market. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

COMMERCIAL. Produce Market. Weduesaay. Gippslaud aud Northern Co-opora tivo Selling Coy report :— Oata—Milling 2/, best food 1/10^ to 1/11, modium 1/8 to 1/9. Barley—With the exceptiou _ of a few sales of choice there is nothing at' all doing in this line. Maize—Quotations for old maizo are now meroly nominal, as it is paactically off tho market. New is selling from 3/5 to 3/8, according to quality, but there is not much demand. Chaff—Prime oaten £3/2/(3 to £3/5/, medium and inferior lower. Potatoes—Prime Carmaiis • £4/10/ to £4/15/, Brownells £3 to £3/10/. Onions—Pnmo large samples are worth £0/5/, but small are very hard to clear.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Great Feat. MAN'S FLIGHT FROM BENDIGO TO BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

A Qreat Feat. ~:o:— MAN'S FLIGHT FBOM BENQIQO TO BALLARAT. On Tuesday morning Jut M. Guillaux, the French aviator, m*d« * fine flight from Bendigo to Ballarat (80 miles). Leaving Bendigo it 26 minutes past 10, ho flew via Caitla maine, and arrived at Ballarat 55 minutes later. At Caatlemaine h« reached an altitude of 16,000 ieot, and the thermometer registered 36 degraei below freezing point.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Boxing. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

Boxing. Two American welter-weight boxers, Jim. Clabby and Jeff- Smith met at the Sydney Stadium last Saturday night. The contest went the full 20 rounds and Smith was deolared the winner 011 points. Clabby considered he should have got the verdict. The opinions of the 14,000 spectators who witnessed the match were divided on the verdict. Johnny Sohiff, of America, and Oharlie Simpson, of Melbourne, both feather-weight boxer3, engaged in. a 20 rounds match at Melbourne, on Satur day night last. Simpson had Sohiff all but out in tho sixteenth round, but the latter managed to pluckily evade punishment and got to the end of the 20 rounds. Simpson was deolared the winner. Arthur Pelkey, the heavy-weight boxer whom Tommy Burns brought to Australia as a coming ohampion, will box Sam. McVea, the American, in Melbourne next Saturday night. George, you look Weill Yes, I buy my bootfe, hats, and sooks at Pearson's.

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 — 11 June 1914

THEY SAY; , That the woman with a will often leaves nothing to her husband. - That if you marry a saint she is better to look at than to live with. That whisky is the grandest of all picture shows—for seeing things. That ono way to avoid being disappointed in love is to marry for money. That the Gcoryo family are to be given a presentation prior to their departure from lona. That the Mayor of Modella made an excellent speech at " Long-Weary last Satur day night. That a fair number of uninvited guests turned up to a sooial function at lona the other night. That a Cora Lynn man said his nose was led bceauBO it never poked itself into other peoples' business, That every man has a future beforo him, but the trouble is he has the handicap of a past behind bim. That the talc o£ the two Warragul tailors was told by Constable Wagner on Tuesday lust without much trouble. That the difference between work and play iB like the difference between a motor car and a wheelbarrow That the Longwarry ...

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 — 11 June 1914

ION A TEA Is 3d and Is. 6d. Drink ION A TEA.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUNYIP COURT. Wednesday, June 10th. (Before Captain A. H. a'Beckett and Mr. A. J. Botterill, J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

BUNYIP COURT. Wednesdayj Junu lotb. (Boforo Captain A. H. a'Bcckotfc and Mr. A. J. Bottcrill, J's.P.) I)KBT. ' A. J. Gibb sued J. F. Cunningham for the sum of £18/1'J/1, due for goods sold and delivered. No appearance. Order for the amount claimed with 23/- costs. Chas. Pearson proceeded against Lylc Summers for £5/17/10, for goods sold and delivered. No appearance. Order for.the amount with £1 cost. Mr. Dunn appeired for complainant and explained that 5/- extra costs were asked owing to the aummonB having been served in Broken Hill, The Bench allowed the extra coat. ChaB. Pearson sncd W. K055 (Garfield) for £10/11/0, for goods sold and delivered. No appearance. Order for amount with 16/ COStB. Mrs. M, Murphy sued Frederick Jones for £6/15/0, amount of dishonoured cheque. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount with 15/~ costs. A. Jefferson sued J. Coatci for £2/1/5, for goods sold and delivered. No appearance. Order for amount with 16/- costs. A. J. Gibb sued W• Bmb (Garfield)...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor "Free Press.") [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (To tho Editor " Free Press.") Dear' Sir,—in justice of my crcdit and in defence of luy character will you be good enough to allow 111c space to contradict the statement made by Mr. Streeter in Bunyip - oourt on May 27tli, and published in your paper on May 28th. As to me " owing Mr. Streeter £9 and cannot get it from me," his statement is not correct, as a full account of my dealings with him given below, will show, In the lirst place 1 took a two years lease of Mr. Streeicr's farm, with the option of 4 years, at a rental of £60 per yn,ar. I paid Messrs, Brown ami Higgs £30 sis six months rent in advance. When taking possession Mr. Streeter made arrangements with me to graze two horses and allow me 2/ per week for same. These two horses were removed the day after the court was held. This grazing amounted to 42 weeks at 2/- te £4|4|0; On finding out the place had been misrepresented to mc rc the amount of'cul tiration ground, 1 taxed Mr. Streeter about it, and he mad...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DANDENONG STOCK SALES Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

DANDENONG STOCK SALES . Tneaday. Adamsou, Strettle and Co, Alex. Scott and Co, and Joseph Clarke and Co. conjointly report— Good supply of milkers and springer* [ fair proportion quality cows. Demand k««a at advanced rates, good springers meeting with special inquiry. Best £10 to 41211/, good 1B//IG/ to £9/10/, others from tS, bej» springers fig/15/ to £10/5/, good £6 to £8. figs.—Fair supply and price* about equal to lata rates. Choppers to £1/4/, best baconers £3/2/ to £3/151, good 51/ tu ti-", best porkers 46/ to £49/, good 421 <0 J•(good liehi 37/ to 40/, medium from 39/, stores to ,'i3,6. »Ii * tu 26/, suckers easier at 8/ tu 13/. Caivrs—A large supply, aud prices a lot easier, exeeiit for prime quality. Prime heavy f)0j'>i;)SJ, good heavy 40' to 46/, beBt medium 30/ to 35/. good 201 to 25|. light 10/ to 16|, others 'from £i. ' •' A fruitgrower of Oookic district uamod C. J. Nash has disposed of 500 casus of Alberta peaches, which brought fioui 7/- iu 11- per oase...

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 — 11 June 1914

HarrisonS Gillies " ■ BRICKLAYERS, ^ H(JNYIP a/vd. lo\ \, Done tlin>iminnit,. tin; tlialruji.. CEM 15XTI Mi -1 Mi I N<5 AI.SO BXKCUTK I). .. J..i- All-Work Guaranteed. Modciatc Charges. • . Postal Aililrcts—ION A. CARPENTER BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. ; : BUILDINGS OF ALL LUNJJS AL'l'KKKD - AS KEQUIRK1). ■ "General RepairB and Jobbing Work Done • " Plane and Estimates Given." • 5 - - '• Address— CEME i'EKY KA'D. BUNVI I'. V ^ Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. ALL ,, COMMISSIONS EXECUTED : ON ■ GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES. Sufficient address— Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. * ; ; £ A. KRUPP WATCHMAKER, ; ; Jeweller and Optician. Of Melbourne, Dalystou and Lang Lang, . ... Has Commented Business at j^MAIN street, BU^v yip. r eciu-Repairs at Reasonable Rates, and guaranteed lor 12 mouths. f:" EYES TESTED FKEE OF CHAKGE A THIAL SOLICITED . •■>«D i :■ -Will. "Visit Pakeuham 011 Day of Each . Cattle Sale. lv:J . CALL AT The store where you can : purchase Groceries, Drapery, v' Boots, F...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Caledonian Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

Caledonian Society. There was a fair attendasce at the social held by the Bunyip Caledonian Society in the Bunyip Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening last. A pleasant evening wan spent, the numerous dances being iatar spersed with songs, bagpipe selections and Highland dancing. Mr. Jas. Spcira acted as ll.C. in splendid style, and during the night Mrs. 'l'emby, Mrs. Willis, and Hauler Lcicht officiated at the piano. Dancing was kept up until after 1 o'clock. Mr. Willia reudered a coupic o£ songa in good style, as also did Miss Smethurst, Mr. Clarence Smethurst, Miss May Gibb, Mrs. Willis, and Mr. Middluton (Warragul). l'he latter's comic songs were .greatly appreciated, and crcatcd much merriment. Mis3 E. Sparks (Darimm) gave a conplo of Highland danixs in a luauner which shows that this youug lady is improving as time goes on. Master N. Martin also danced iu good style, and Messrs McGregor and Gillies gave tome selections on the bagpipes.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

Bunyip Free Press AND Berwick Shire Guardian. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. |tWW4M4W{<44C4,!,*K,^W Local and General Topics. On-. Friday evening last Dl-. Pain, Bishop of Gippsland, visited Buuyip and wus the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. a'Beckett during bis stay here. A social was hold iu St. Thomas' Church of England'and Dr. Puiu distributed the prizes to the pupils of tho Sunday School,. There was a large gathering present and an enjoyable evening was | Bpont. Tho Buuyip brauch of tho P.L.G. passed the following resolution on Thursday evening last:—" That this brauch wishes to oxpross its apprecia tion of tho action of tho Senate iu refusing to discuss tho Cook Govern ment's No-Preforouco Bill, realising that the Bill itself was of no conse quence, and only part of a scheme to strengthen the position of tho Fussion party." It was also decided to open a voluntary subscription list, to secure funds for Mr. D. P. Russell, who is to be Mr. Irviue's opponent at the forthcoming el...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yesterday's Football. THE CENTRAL GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. BUNYIP BEAT TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

Yesterday's Football. THE CENTRAL GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. BUNYIP BEAT TRAFALGAR. Aftsr three or four days of exceptionally line weather rain begaa to full just as last year's premiers (Trafalgar) and Bunyip took the field aL Bunyip on Wednesday afternoon, but oaly light showers fell during the play. A good contingent of spectators arrived by special train with the Trafalgar team, who were without the eerviced o£ Jerry Hogan. Otherwise they had their beat team. In the first match of the Be»;oa Trafalgar started off badly, being beaten by Ioua by about 7 goals, but they won the next three games in such decisive 6tyle that many thought they would account for Bunyip yesterday, but after one of the best games ever witnessed ou the local ground Baaylp scored a win in the last five minutea. Some hard knocks wera given and taken by players on both sides, but this is all in the game ; there was little or no undue roughness, however. There was great excitement in the last quarter, when the sco...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IONA DEFEAT LONGWARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

IONA DEFEAT'LONG WARRY; Longwarry took a w«ak team to Gatflaldi and ib & result Iooa had a runaway victory. The rain bad made the ground and ball iitj slippery, and some comical incidents war* witncned by . the spectators, lona had the best of the game right through, and so many goals were scored that most of the onlooktn forgot to count the bchinds. If a spectator was asked tlie~ rcsutf-after -tbo-match he would merely reply, 1' Twelve to two," meaning that loua had stored 12 goals to 2. Some o£ lona'u beal players were McNamara, Hawking, Green (2), Kavanagh, Studeman, Cunningham and Haunix, but the team as a whole played well. Final result — lona 12 goals 19 behind-', Longwarry 2 goals S behinds. a. « ' ■ m

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

A REMINDER. . Readeii. of the "Free Press" are requested to remember that the firms and business people who advertise iu our columns do so iu the expectation of direct results iu the way of mail and otliQr 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, 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 tirniB for various reasons, so that our readers may rely upon getting a fair deal front the clients whoso advertisements appear. We, therefore, urge our readers to patronise ,l 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
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WABRAGUL BEAT YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

WABRAGUL BEAT YARKAGON. The above- match was .played oil the Warragul ground, and • was witnessed by » large crowd. ACtor splendid game the Warragul team ran out winners by 3 goals IS behinds to 3 goals 3 bchinds.

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 — 11 June 1914

Glover, Onians And Co. ; SPENCER STREET MELBOURNE, , CliatT, Grain, & Farm Produce Merchants, -FarmSalesmen. I.1AUMKIIS JBsiro;'».of Selling rroperties _ soml iiloii^'your imHiculiu's Now. We lisivu numerous ini|Uiries.T Immediate iuspcu tion iimilu. . Jluney to ;Ienil at currciit rates ofmiorcsi.. iAlljOoiisigniiiciiis reecivo■; Heat nml I'rmupt . . . -; Attention.. ' . •Fullest:..VrIui's- (,)lilaiiicl auil Account Sales •_ KeiiJercd I'rouiptly AUUNl A!1 U.USYll'— II. AI.LKX. PUBLIC NOTICE. KOll THO.SH KEQUIR1NG LAND TO BUY (HI LIS ASK.' A S my busine*s uives me the opportunity A of Inspecting tlie LAND in the Surrounding District, I have decided to Start :i Land Agency in llunyip. I have now Several Good River Properties :in<l S a:i 1111> Farms 10 <Io business .with. Local Agent for Hucke.ve Harvester Coy. Do not Forget Lhat I have a standing onler for a Tig and Calf Truck livery Monday, leaving Lnngwarry at 1 o'clock, Bunyip 2 o'clock, Garlield 3 ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Cheque Stealing. DROUIN BANK CLERK ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

Cheque Stealing:. DKOUIN BANK CLERK ARRESTED. A youug man named 1'unnccliffe, who was employed as clerk at the Commercial Bank, Drouin, was arrested by Constable Ryan oa Saturday last, on a charge o£ stealing a cheque valued £ti odd, drawn by-lira.-Wells. He was brought before two local J's P. oa Wednesday last at the Drouin Court and allowed his liborty on entering into a bond to'bc »f :good'jeliavlourfor l^montlis.

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Midnight Robbery. AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

Midnight Robbery. . AT WARRAGUL. For some time past Messrs. Lawson Bros., tailors, of Queen-sfc, Warragul, suapeoted that some thief bad been systematically robbing them of oloth, trimmings, and other artioles. They missed various pieces of cloth so often that they were perplexed to discover how they disappeared. Finally they reported their losses to the police and Constable Wagner waa deputed to solve the problem He soon found the key of the situation, and at about 1.80 o'olook he arrested a yornjg man named Daroy, a former employee of Messrs. Laweon Bros., leaving their premises with a bundle of oloth under his arm. Daroy was lodged in the lock-up, and was brought before the Warragul court on Tuesday last. Three charges were brought against him, and ulghough they were altered to simple larceny instead of shop breaking and other simple offences, he was convioted ou the three. On the first charge 'he Sva-J fined £3 or throe weeks' imprisonment; on the second £10 or two montha ; and ...

Publication Title: Bunyip Free Press And Berwick Shire Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip Free Press and Berwick Shire Guardian — 11 June 1914

Miss l'rimauprudc lispcil to l:er lodger ; •' Mister Barker ! I'm sorry to Bay Miss Goldtooth complains.ol your coughing I'm afraid ah* will Icavo me to-day. She declares that it Bounds moat distressful, - And she told mc to say ah* feels ante you'd be well to-dav, if you start right away Taking Woods' Great Pcppwmiat Cure,"

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