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THE RECEPTION AND SMOKE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

THE RECEPTION AND SMOKE COXCEUT. In the evening the visitors were welcomed to Bega at a smoke con cert in the School of Arts.. The tables were arranged in a hollow square, the Mayor, Mr. Jas. Rixon, presiding, around him being grouped the visitors and members of Bega Cricket Club. After a pianoforte solo the Mayor proposed the toast of 'The Kfng,' whereat the company joined in the National Anthem and the loyal toast was drunk. Mr. Harvey sang 'Tho Deathless Army,' and Mr. Walford amused his audience with 'A Laughing Song,' and in his encore caused equal merriment. The Mayor welcomed the visitors to Bega, and deplored the un fortunate weather — very unusual in this district. However, he hoped they would all enjoy themselves. He was not going to make a long speech and he would ask Mr. Bingemann to propose the health of 'The Visitorss.' Mr. Bingemann was sorry for the enforced absence of Mr. A. L. Manning, an ardent supporter of cricket in Bega for many years. His absence was felt by t...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Visit of the Sydney Cricket Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

.Visit of the Sydney Cricket Team. Tkb Srdnur ariokstorB, who Trere ixdnecd by Mr. Harris, »f Eden, to ^ xisit tht district .and play a. eom biasd team at th« prospective federal port and tit Bega, arrived ?a Sunday night. Next morning ? they made. a. trip to, the top of the . ? i)r. 'George^ mountain, and at 2 ? o'clock- woro billed to play a com bined fifteen on Bega showground. The day was bitterly cold, the bleak winds off snowy Monaro, with ..whiph Presidents havo. become so. ?familiar of late, giving the visitors' anything but a true conception of spring-time in Beautiful Boga. And the poor attendance at the ' match must be also attributed to ' the sanie causs. ?.-,?'? % Sydney batted first, E. P. Wool cott captaining the Tisitors and C. . J. Cunningham the home tea-m. Messrs. -E. I. Pell and W. H. ?; Brixeyiwcre tho.uiiipires.- Walford ??i.ahd'.Gregg.opencdrthe innings, the '.vfornier-.VBtriking to Rankin,. who bowled from the southern end and - Rent down a maiden for a start...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

Printed und rnbllsliiid by William Boot, at his ; , - T?,?l'tl;rea, P,rl''l»K ofllce, Church Street, ?( iieiid, in tuo stttto of Now Houtli Walcn^ . V

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

READ THE ~*g£- HISTORY , OP AUSTRAUAra BUSHRANGBNG IN THE EAR RY DAYS. (Bt. CHARLES WHITE). -'}???, V , . , ?... ...„...- ~ ? ?;-.' -\?'A LTHOUGH every Australian .-£*-? schoolboy has a vague know ledge of the cruelties practised on the .unfortunate convicts in the early daynj nnd vrhich drove many .;.ine* to break away from the chain gang settlemonts and 'take to the bu»h,'-' still th« true history of Auatralinn Butihranging in those ? days, depends chiefly on the reiui -' . niseancos of old colonist*. 'THE STOKY OF .: . . Australian Biishranging ' (in* Vols), '. PRINTED IM THE 'BUDGET,' m or ABSORBING INTEREST! Including eg it -io»t Battles with the Bushrangeis The Wonders of the 'Bush Telegraph/' Police Pimping! Stories of the Blacks 1 AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGIN.G Im ersry SATURDAY'S ISSUE. 1 HE BEGA BUDGET. . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1005.

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THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. A SERIAL STORY. Chapter I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. A SERIAL STORY. *» ' ? Chapter I. ' Maud, you look quite worn out. Put something on your hend to pro tect you from the damp of the river, and come and walk on the terrace with Walter and mo ; it will 'do you good, and my father is sleeping now, Webb says, so you willnot be wanted.' The Honourable Mr. Annesley stepped through the French win dow which opened onto the terrace alluded to, and, taking lip tr light shawl, wrapped it round his sister as he spoke. \ Walter Denbridge greeted Lady Maud with a quiet handclasp of warm sympathy, and for some little time the three walked backwards and forwards without speaking, I whilst tho light of the setting sun i cast over them his ruddy splendour. - The calm eventide — so like the end t of the good life which was quietly fading — fell with a soothing influ- 1 ence upon the hearts of the young . people, as they walked, under the i shadow of a great sorrow, upon the ? terrace of Holliwaste. Lady Maud : was the first to ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

'I ftm in the plncc vhon I nni domAndcd of conscience ta speak (lie truth, therefore the truth I -pt»i, Impugn it c-ho 10 llitctli.'

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER I. HISTORICAL SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. [?] » By CHAELES WHITE. CHAPTER I. HISTORICAL SKETCH. The early history of bushranging ?in Australia will never be written, for the facts have never been re corded. Limited though the colony was in extent, its literature — even its journalism — was still more limited. Moreover, the first men who 'took the bush' were neither important nor interesting enough to -obtain .more than a passing mention in those Governors' des patches which are our chief autho rities for early colonial history. Owing to the stringent military rule during the first years of con vict settlement, the unknown cha racter of the country, and the absence of prey in the shape of ? men with money or other posses sions (the aborigines being the '?? only occupants of the soil outside the properly formed settlements), ' those who were called bushrangers then wore simply men who had . broken away from their gangs in the hoj-e. -of escaping from the torture of labour under Govern ment. The name ha...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTRODUCTION of "THE BEGA BUDGET." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

INTRODUCTION of 'THE BEQA BUDGET.' This issue introduces the Budget to those people, not only of Bega and surrounding districts, but the whole- countryside embraced be tween Twofold Bay nnd the Clyde River, including ns it does, the most fertile belt in the ? Common wealth. Bega has been chosen as the centre of operations, not be cause it is geographically the most central spot within the zone in ?fc-hieh the Budget will circulate, but for the simple fact that it is, by reason of its commercial, agricul tural, dairying and industrial im portance, the most prominent town '' on the1 South Coast. And for' this reason, -and with no desire to dis credit the developmental growth' of other centres, Bega has been chosen as the spot- from whence the latest enterprise iti provincial journalism will he 'issued. And the Budget . would not have tho public fliink for one moment that it is animated bv any /philanthropic motive in putting down a printing plant in Bega ; '.but, on the contrary, 'is ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

J. J. 0RM1ST0N, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP STREET, BBOA. (Surgery, next A.J.S. Bunk). Hay be CunsuHed daily. Hours : '.) a.m. till li.p.in.; 7 p.m; to 8.30 p.m. 0RM1ST0N Si ORMISTON, DENTISTS, Beza. / MR. J. M. OKMTSTOX Mill vi«it tho undermentioned plart'- monthly, on the following dates :— 11E.M1IOKA— Milill.-MIuti'l, Sojit. 8 mid 9. .WOLCMLA— Selmfcr's IIoU-1, Sejit. 85. ?1'AMllfI.A— Koblnsoh's Hold, &-iit«mlicr ? f. ?i. iiml .'7. !:? KI'KX— Mrs. rllVs Hulfl, foptcinU'r 28 1 ? ? -1 -. uu't ^ -liilri, O 'i(.\ 1 ^ . ?-, so i i- . ? ?.-?' o.t i-*. ti- :i ?' i- vie ? - r%. -,V'i !, Uticbtr'Wta ' j nilO \^.l-l-l)llr u'wt''-!, -r.\?f, ! i__ i _ MR.MCKE1^, (* DENTAL £)RGE0N, AUCLAND STREET, BEOA. biiga: (Xow under Yntii ly new management.) ET. CAVAX. (.ill, having purchased ? the above otel, hopes to merit a fair Bhare of aupji it. Tiirnr«-Tbn .i-of ali's, wines anil ^rillIl-3 I.N STOCK rxidltnt St ihlnv, .itttntl Uiiooin The Metropolitan Hotel, - BEpA. rplrtS' IIO'ITL, under new mimt...

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Methodist Sunday School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

Methodist Sunday School Concert. — — * ? ? Tub above camo off on Thursday night in the School of Arts and was a success in erery way. The hnll was 'comfort ably filled and Mr McKcrn presided. The llev. W. II. Briscoinbe delivered a short address. lie referred to the j;ood spirit which existed between the uieter Sunday school of St John's (C. of K.) and his own, and when Mr. Mc Kern (superintendent of the former) v;an m-kud to preside, that gentleman readily consented. This was it splendid itpirit and he appreciated it very much. Mr. Brown, superintendent of the Me thodist Sunday School, also spoke. Mr. McKern expressed his pleasure at being nsked to preside. They all be longed to the same army, though foriu .ing different regiments. They were engaged in the same work, and there was no necessity to look askance at one another. The programme was then gone through very creditably, the choruses being specially good. The FloralJIarch executed by about thirty young girls was one of the mo...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

''~Ure~STOCK«SAl&~~ -:\ Bklow nro parfieular* ot auction =ales of live ,-tock a-» ndvoi'tijud in our local cor.ter.iy,oia:if-. The Bunciizr, being a brand new publi cation, could not exp-c-t to lcce'.vo these a'lvertisciiiej-ita, but \\w iiro prietor liojies that after a ro.n'oii iiblii perioditho cliiiius of the Bi'D ukt as an advertising medium will command public su]ij)iut. ln'tlio ineiintiinc readers of this paper will receivo'full jiarticul.'ii'. of all stock advertised for wile.' -- '.'??'? ?\Villiani Rixon notifies: Mr. ,^. P; ?Wilton's flear.mco s.ile at Bemboka postponed until further notice. * . , Mr. Jiinies Key's cli'.r/aii'*!1 ».il', Wolunila, 2nd Oeto'ifr, fomsnuiic ing at 12-o'clo,fk. Tiie followiiw will be 'offeicl: S3 -choice i.iilt-li i^)w- (50 in full milk, the lisiliince sprisijtii)^). 10 «pii:ijri:ij in'if.M -, 15 lyr old iii'iffr.-. 30 pml'liy-J. .j woik ii'g bullocks. Special s.ile of 1200 lif.ulof cattlu on ''12th October; At Loc'hicl, under iii'-lruf...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA. SRRING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

BEGA. SPRING RACES.' ft Fou.owi.\-q-;aro the nominations and weights for tho Bega Spring Meeting lo be held on 11th October : — WIIICIIITS. Tuial Wkltkk Handicap,' of - 10 sovs., Ofur. t-t lb II. Underbill's ch g Jingcra, aged 10 , 0 K Fitz-Alau's ch ? g Corni-Lynn, flvi-H ' - - - - - - in n A Hukin's b in Racket, fiyrs - 8 12 S Clarke's br g Ctesar, -lyiy , 8 10 E J Irvin'a ch g Sir Henry, aged 8 5 EBoyd'abg Springdsile (late Tartan), 5yrs ? 8 3 S Sharpe'a ch g Tim Pexton, aged 8 3 11 Otton's ch g Councilor, 4yrs - 8 0 FlA'IXd HA-'DICAP,'bf 20 BOV3, G fur. J MuLellan's ch in Bonnie Blink, '? Oyrs ? 10 0 A J Stewart's br h Go Soon, 4yrs 0 :-./2. Win Fraser'a b m Huretta, aced 8 4 Wllibburd'a bg Atlantean, aged 8 3 13 Fitz-Alan's ch m Bower Queen, aged - - -_- -7 12 W llihburd's ch g Rapid River, aged ? 7 5 S Sharpe's b g Ascot,'aged '-''''- '7 0 Novice Handicap, of 12 sovs, 7 fur. , - ? . Bt 11) S Clarke's br g Caesar,' 4yrs' ' - i) 5 E J Irvin'g ch g Sir Henry, aged - i) .0 8 Sbarp...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

\J ? 7ih Torchlight Handicap, 75yds. 1st prize, £,'); LV1. £1; .'k-I 'Of. AVKDXESUAY, 11th OCTOIIJ t, 1005 (Hnce, Night). Nominations, Is (no uceeptance) Cliiie TO-HAY. Class Heals of os. and 2s. Cd. MEAKKll it TJNDKRIIILL, Piomott'is and Handicapper?. figr BOXING DAY AT COUAUGO. HAMMOND and HENRY'S Grand Athletic Carnival ! ' - Including Opknixo Handicap, £5: distance iOvlyds. Nomination 2d. 0d., acceptance, 2s.' Od. Grand Sukpfield Handicap, £2.'i ;; dis tance 12.\vds. Nomination 2s Od. ac ceptance 2s Od. AVoodciioppino Contut, haiiilU'.ip, 1 Sin. log, undeihand. £.'-. Nomination 2h., acceptance 1b. (id. AT NIGHT. ToncnuGHT Handicap, X'i. '? Nomination ' Is., no :iccei-tance. Distance 73yds. ' HAMMOND & HENKY, Promoters. Big Rifle Prize (HANDICAP) Under the auspices of the Bega Rifle Club ami the Australian Horse. OPEN TO ALL COMEKS. £30 in cash, exclusive of trophies. BEGA RIFLE RANGE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1905 (King's Birthday). ' The Kixg'p,' 300 and 400 yards, £20 - ' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

FROM THE BULLETIN. The movement for a shop assis tants' universal half-holiday on Saturdays is supported by the Sydney churches on the ground that, if the assistants get Saturday, they won't be able to plead the need of fresh air on Sunday. 0 O O The totalisator in France has done all that was expected at its inception in 1891. In 14 years the Government's share of totalisator profits comes to £700,000, which sum has been disbursed to charities, for educational purposes, and in improving the breed of horses. o o o An anecdote. One of a certain gilded N.S.W. clan was on the lawn emphasing loudly bis opinion of horse Emir. 'Emir was a brute — a brute that shouldn't be allowed to race. He had kicked his stall or stable, or something horse archi tectural, to pieces; he had kicked stable boys and had lamed other horses. He shouldn't be allowed on the course,' etc. A phantom, who chewed and expectorated, turned round and, fixing the squat ter with_ an ancient ..mariner eye, drawled — 'My ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABILIT[?] ITS PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

mtfid its price. The old si|jnj, ' Gpod men are scarce,' v.'.im^at first sight, per haps, lo/,ki liJca a dreary truism, yet coma irs a i ruth of close modern applicative and one which may he usefully l'liucmbered at a time when sc!icio---oi social reconstruc tion by polir'i 'I ngnnoy are in the air. Peopl;1 n-lio believe that human inequalities can be straightened down to a level under the roller of 'collective ownership,' and com fort tbij-.jafter parcelled out in nnifom jots, figure on only part of f.'o wlnaos. What they omit is '?'?'hat ilars the whole beautiful pro positwifl, namely, the variegated specii/L~ualifications that are rougljlyMsummod up as 'brains.' -N'otwitjfttandingihe spread of edu tioiD^nd the increasing enlight ?. 'n*ii|iiflLf the civilised world, not ulynsajiere still everywhere plenty ' rcWfij at the topi but the demand ?? Apj ii! to 'fill it increases. A ? itymg nnd instructive illustra ' ???-]i of this is to be found in the l.-!itod States, where, as Mr. H. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

'The Bega Budget' ? — ..CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM pnrvr n.. 'The Bega Budget' circulates throughout the Eden-IYlonaro Electorate, and principally in the towns and districts of Bega, Moruya, Bodalla, Eurobodalla. Nerrigundah, Tilba, Narooma, Bermagui, Cobargo, Quaama, The Murrah, Bemboka, Wyndham, Wolumla, Tanja, Candelo, Tathra, Pambula, Merimbula, Towamba, Eden, Yambulla, Bombala. Published every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. m* .©ffice: ©|urh Street, Bega. Ski^HE Leading Articles and Editorials of 'The HHHI Bega Budget' will always be found, to be attractively written, and with a directness I pleasing to the busy main who has to hustle. | As an Advocate of Local Public Wants the ' Budget' will be admitted to be right abreast of its contem poraries. Championing any cause strenuously and persistently, and being undismayed by rebuffs and disappointments, it hopes to faithfully fulfil its mission as a newspaper. And where any citizen, as a ' free lance,' claims his undoubted right to express an ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

ODDS AHD ENDS. A sporting man , in Philadelphia won a bet of £5 by putting' a bil liard-ball in his mouth. He paid £10 to a surgeon to take it out. o o o Eva Mylott and Maud Dalrymple are among a number of Australian musical artists engaged for the autumn concerts at the Queen's Hall, London. ? o e New shoes are 'often difficult to clean. Take a cut lemon, rub it aver the leather, and then leave the 3hoes to dry, when they will be Eound to polish beautifully. a o o How humiliating it is for an Australian to go onto his own Bhow-ground I On every side ho sees the wares of foreigners — the American plough, boiler, traction engine, scoop, windmill, pump, and a thousand and one other access ories of farming industry. The boiler-making industry ; which, at one time, was acquiring quite a footing in N.S. Wales, has been completely supplaated by the in troduction of thi tubular system of producing steani— the proprietors of wkich are foreigners. And all this ...on account of our chicken-^ ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. From our Correspondents. London, Thursday. The French comments on the Anglo Japnnese treuty are most favorable. In Japan the announcement of the treaty was welcomed with illuminations. The 'Pall Mall Gazette' sayH that the re newing of the treaty marks the begin ning of a new aire, and suircests the pos sibility of a frank understanding with Kussia. German comments are di vided. Some recommend closer rela tions, ns a counter alliance, between the Kaiser and the Czar. De Witte had a cordial interview with, the German Emperor. France and Germany are armed with a programme for tho jUoroccan Confer ence. The next JipancseBudg( I 11 - i '? for the maintenance of i i l - i .1 agents in India, Austral \ ) ' — ? - ttl America. ( j The reported propose » n. i North Coast farmers to ( i i- ? - cussed at length in the Ae-e A, 1 night. The Premier denied that the men had good ground for leaving the State. Ashton intimated that the Go vernment was pushing on its policy of makin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NAROOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

NAR00MA. At the R. C. Church, Narooma, on Monday morning last, the chime of wedding bells joyfully an nounced to their many friends the nupti Us of Miss Fran/i-ta Wei nert and Mr. William Harvey Ab bott The ceiemonj wife pei foimed by the Rev Fathei Cassid\, PP, Moiuya The ljnde, who was gnen away bj John Ro's, Esq,A\as handbomelv attned in a siher-giey crepehne costume, much tnmmed -with glace goffeied rib bon, Roman featm, and lace voko, blue de del' accesboncj, n id white -?- r't u lilt She was ittended by V ?- 1 i a ii» (I y\\ v hose pale mu ' i1'1 \wli el ci ' in -n uii'iiii] lac ti -ni'iiuc, i ' , -\'i'U p in l hit -.u lid hie dim -i ih'j ivl'r 0 un- 1 u i' ^tinxis in if llntlri) iciiCMcd k i I i'i'i. mubic, and Mi-* Tii-1ol pi - '1 Mendellsohn'b Weduin,* !-(u h The church, which had been doco latcd by the fnends of the bride with palms, feins, lilies, and white silk diapencb, was fanly thionged with fuends and welhusheis of the happy couple w ho w ere to be joined in wedlock ...

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From Our Correspondents. MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 September 1905

From Our Correspondents. MORUYA. One of tho Budget's northern friends has written : 'I received your poster, and have displayed it in a conspicuous position. People are wondering what sort of a paper Boot's Bega Budget is going to be. Already I feel certain that a great. number of your well-wishers will be asking me if I could lend them a;copy, 'Just to see what it's like, you know.' Yes, I know ! It is the fate of most newspapers to be subscribed to by one and read by one, hundred, and ninety-nine of them will say 'Tho 'Budget' is a blanky good paper — and cheap, too.'?. Old Mr. Fry was found hanging in a barn at Donkey Hill on Tuesday. Deceased for years had suffered terribly from' neuralgic pains in the head and face. He was 73 years of age. The removal of the battery, from Big Hill to Donkey Hill by Stubbs and party; has been blocked for a time. A hitch has occurred- some- where, and lam. led to believe that it is owing to arrears due to tho Crown. Hard on Mr. Stubbs, who had pa...

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