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BEMBOKA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

BEMBOKA RACES. Tub Bomboka annual races were held on Wednesday, and notwith standing the liberal prize money the fields were disappointingly small, limiting to a great extent the operations of the leviathan bookmakers of the district. Bem boka had fixed its annual race meeting for the 10th instant, but owing to a clash with Candelo, tho date was advanced to the 13th, an encroachment on the rights and privileges of the Rocky Hall Jockey Club. But the order of precedence among Jockey Clubs has not yet been established, and both meet ings came off on Saturday. Bem boka course is situated about a mile and a half from the town, and provides a track which is naturally as good as that of clubs of far greater pretentions. About twelve months ago the course was ploughed and 'laid down' with grass, and on Saturday was in first-class order. A heavy thun derstorm about noon rather im proved it than otherwise. The track is oval in shape, and from the straight, situated on a slight eminence, a fu...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

I As You Like It ?? I mii.il Imvc liberty Witlml, AS lurcc n nlinrlur ns tuu wind, To blow on whom 1 please.' — ' As You Like It.' (Act II., sc. 7). Tub question as .to; whclhor ste wards of racing clubs shp.uld.bet.at the '.,-, races /-over w,hicb. t4.heyf ;arc called .to expr'ciso -, n -supervisory control has frequently been dis cussed by country clubs who are anxious that everything in connec tion with the snort should be as clear of suspicion as possible. On, tho broad grounds of racing mora lity— if the term be admissible- - there is no doubt it would be much better if those who have to do with the bona fides or otherwise of the actual racing (and are frequently called upon to decide protests and the question of the honesty of u horse's running) refrained from identifying themselves in a mone tary way with the issue of any of tho racinsr events they are specially selected to supervise. Such a course would place them on very solid ground and raise tho general tone of the sport....

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVE STOCK SALES. LIVE STOCK AND OTHER SALES. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

LIVESTOCK SALES. Livk Stock and Otiikii Sales. William Rixon notifies: ? Oil [.Saturday, 27th January,, at Mudio's Hotel yards, Bemboka, 40 young cattle, 15 stoie cows. On Thursday, 18th January, at 2 o'clock, Mi'. F. F. Cowdroy's sale of household furniture and effects, on the premises, Parker St. E. I. Pell notifies : On Saturday, 20th January, at 2 o'clock, at the rooms, Carp St., Mr. W. McDonald's sale of house hold fui'nituro and effects.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

SPORTING. There is some talk of a race meet ing at Buteman's Bay immediately following Moruya Annual. Reported that Alexander McLean the Shoalhaven sculler, has lost his life in an ice-slide at Klondyke. The grand stand and saddling paddock in connection with the Delegate annual races were sold for £7. 103. . ? ?? ? Mr. It. H. Judd, of Bateman's Bay is promoting a jQIQ chopping contest between the champions of Mogo and Milton. The athletic female is arriving under full sail. An English lady golfer gives her chest and calf measurements in a testimonial given to a tonic manufacturer. Annette Kellerman is now known as the Australian mermaid. Rather a bad title, as mermaids are supposed to have no legs, and Annette's shapely props have been a great attraction. Nominations (Is) for Ellis and Southam's torchlight handicap, Tilba, on Saturday, Jan. 27, close with the promoters on Wednesday, 24th January, at 8 p.m. Playing in the Kelly benefit match on Friday against the Aus tralian Eleven,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

ADVERTISING. SINGLE COLUMN— First Inch 3b, every succeeding Inch Is. 6(1. DOUBLE COLUMN— First Inch, Gs, ' every succeeding Inch 2s. 6d. g&~ SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Address ': CHURCH - ST., B E O A. THE NEWSPAPER —OP—' ' THE SOUTH. LIVE LEADING ARTICLES, TOPICAL PARAGRAPHS, INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. Attractively Written and Printed. Euery Wednesday and Saturday.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

ODDS AND ENDS. The wife is a laborer in Abys sinia. Wood is sold there by the 'woman's load.' So far over 62,000 signatures have been received in Victoria to the protest to the King against the Home Rule resolutions of the Federal Parliament. Landlady: 'It's singular, but true, Mr. Crossgrain, that all my' Boarders remain with me.' New boarder (at first meal): 'Too weak to leave, I guess, after the first week.' Dean O'Haran was recently pre sented with a purse of 100 sove reigns by the laity of the archdio cese — the Dean handed the money over to a Catholic religious in stitution. A commotion has been caused in the Catholic parishes of Massachu sett, U.S., owing to the Bishop ot Fall River having prohibited the dancing of polkas and gallops on the ground of indecency. King Edward VII. was crowned at the second second of the second minute of the second hour of the second day of the second week of the second month of the second half of the second year of the twentieth century. The fol...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

Inter-District Summary. Mr. Austin Chapman, M.H.R., was in Braidwood at the latter end of last week. ZVTr. J. C. Watson and other members of the Federal Parliament are to visit Dalgety this month. At Port Kembla, near Wollon gong, on Thursday a party of fisherman netted 150 lareo iewfish and forwarded them to Sydney. Captain Jackson is meeting with every encouragement in an en deavour to establish a corps of the A.L.H. at Kameruka and Candelo. Mr. D. Lynch, of Barrabaroo, near Cobargo, has a crop of oats 8ft high, which is estimated to yield 60 bushels to the acre, or 6 tons of hay. At the next monthly meeting of the Candelo School of Arts com mittee the revision of the tariff for the rent of hall will take place with a view to reduction. Mr. Peter Lind wall of Nethercote, near Eden claims to have been the maker of the first cheddar cheese on Air. Mort's Bodalla homestead over 30 years ago. The Minister for Agriculture has been invited to attend the Eden show on Feb. 14th and 15th. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. THE KELLY BENEFIT MATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

CRICKET. THE KELLY BENEFIT MATCH The Kelly benefit match between the Australian XI. and N.S.W. commenced on Friday. Following are tho scores : — Australian XL — 1st innings. It. A. Duff, c Diamond, b Ma- . cartney ? 58 V. Trumper, b Macartney ... 15 C. Hill, b OJConnor ' ? 12 M. A. Noble, c Johnson, b O'Connor ? 20 W. W. Armstrong, st. Carter, b O'Connor ... ... ? ... 0 J. Darling, c Diamond, b O'Con nor ? 66 D. R. A. Gehrs, c Garnsey, b Johnson ... ... ... 30 A. Cotter, l.b.w. b Johnson ... 0 F. Laver, st. Carter, b O'Con nor ? 12 J. J. Kelly, not out ? 1 W. Ho well, c C. Gregory, b O'Connor ... ... ... 2 Sundries 10 Total 22ff O'Connor 6 for 50, Garnsey 0 for 33, Johnson 2 for 28, Penman 0 for 22, Macartney 2 for 83. N.S.W.— First innings. J. R. Mackay, b Cotter ... 4 A. Diamond, l.b.w. b Cotter ... 0 C. Gregory, st. Kelly, b Arm strong ... ... ... 2 E. F. Waddy, b Armstrong' ... 0 E. L. Waddy, l- Uowell ... 60 II. Carter, c Laver, b Arm strong ? 6 C. G. Macartney, run-out ? ... 2...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Big Public Meeting at Bombala. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

Big Public Meeting at Bombala. Thkub was a big attendance at the public meetin)» held at Bumbala on Thursday afternoon last for the purpose of considering tlie advisa bility of petitioning the Victorian Government to extend, tlie railway from Bairnsdale to the border. Mr. B. McTernan was appointed secretary to the movement. It was pointed out by different speakers that thousands of pounds were being lost for want of a market for produce, and that Melbourne was the natural market for the district. Fat stock had after a long and tedious journey to Melbourne brought top price in that market. If the Victorian Government would grasp the idea it would tap the whole of the country south of Cooma, and develop one of the finest timber industries in the State. The railway ?? would be a boon to the small farmers, who had not access to the Sydney market and were not likely to get it. The Shires Act would be in operation in nine months and Bombala would then have the making of the main road to t...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega District Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

Bsga Disliist Jocksy Giub The monthly meeting of the com mittee of tho Bega District Jockey Club was held on Friday night last. Prosent : Messrs. A. ~L. Manning (president iu tho chair), II. Under bill, Win. Rixon, Jas Cochrane, J. J. Ritchie, II. Jardine, II. Browny W. II. Braine,' A. J. Rixon, F. W. Miller, T. Underbill, A. Richards, W. I. Brown, W. A. Smith and the secretary. After tho business paper had been read, the minutes of the pre vious meeting were road and adopted. The secretary read letter press copies of all outward correspon dence, since last meeting, which the committee approved. Letters wore received from Messrs Austin Chapman, M.H.R., and W. IT. Wood, M.L.A,, acknowledging tlie courtesy extended to thorn by the club during the annual races. Tim hhnl; -miss bnnk showed a credit balance to current account at the Commercial Bank of £416 0s lid, which by deducting outstalid ing cheques left a balance of .£401 0s lid. . Accounts amounting to £181 10s 5d were passed for ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

THEY SAY: That an elderly man named Apps driving near Uoulburn with his employer (a Chinaman) was thrown out of tho trap and killed : and That the Celestial escaped with serious injury in the runaway— the luck of a Chinaman! That Air. F. F. Cowdroy's sale of furniture and effects takes place to-morrow afternoon. That in the departure of Mr. F. F. Cowdroy the Bega rifle club will lose a capable secretary. That every race club which pe nalises dishonest practices deserves the thanks and support of all true lovers of tlie turf; but That there are always to be found any number to sympathise with the smart 'crook' who is bowled out. That the announcement that Rodd the Mercer is taking1 a partner into the business has been misconstrued ; and That his associate will not bo a sleeping partner but will be actively interested in tho business. That the Department has issued a gorgeous uniform to telegraph messengers ; and That such was tho effect of the resplendent dress upon the Bud get staff...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

'W. C Allan & Co. W. C. ALLAN and CO, Auctioneers, Brokers, &c. LAND VALUATION A SPECIALITY. g§&r Sales conducted in any part of the District. ADVANCES MADE ON ACCOUNT. Account Sales rendered immediately after sale. -.'..'. ?;? Wm. Rixon, Bag a . Leaving the v District, . —SUPERIOR— : HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. ' \ Also LIGHT ilNGLE BUGGY. On Thursday, 18th. January. JEW ON THE PBEMISES, PARKEU:ST., At 2 o'clock sharp. WM. RIXON is instructed by Mr. F. F. Cowdroy, who is leaving tho district, to soil by public auction, us above, mRUST ' -MONEYS TO LEND . JL — Apply BLAND & CUNNINGHAM, Solicitors, llega. JgEGA .DISTRICT HOSPITAL. '^TIIE ANNUALTficicTIXCt of SUB SCRIBERS will be held in tliu SCHOOL OKI ARTS, on WKUXKS1UY, 24th INST., nt 3 p.tn. Business : To receive the Annual' Re- port,' and Statement of Accounts, to elect three trustees, president, two vice-presidents, two auditors, mid. twelve members of com mittee, for tin- ensuing twelve mont...

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ABOUT EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

ABOUT EDEN. Situated only about four miles from Edun is a high peak— Mount Bimmil, seldom visited, except by the wallaby him tor or sonic person in search ofsftray cattle. It is 1900 feet high, and overlooks a vast ex panse of land and water. To those who are fond of an ? uninterrupted view of nature — of seeing much that would otherwise than from a great height take days of time and labour —Mount Bimmil presents an oppor tunity well worth tho slight troublo in reaching it. It is one of the many trignometrical stations which exist about Eden, and the crown ofit was at one time cleared of timber, but of recent years it has grown again, and somewhat limits the view. Notwithstanding the growth, however, splendid glimpses may bo obtained on a clear day. Looking north Mount Drome dary stands out distinctly, and off the land is Montague Island, washed by the ever-busy ocean. The town of Pambula, with the smaller township of Merimbula, as well as the Bro'adwatcr and Merimbula lakes, are se...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

LOCAL AKD GENERAL, Quauteiily licensing court at Bega on Tuesday. . * * « Ckown Lands sale at Bega next Wednesday. ','., ' * '- #' *? Tendhhs for thp supply and de livery of forugo'-for the various police stations of the Slate for 12 months' 'from 'lut' April close on ilonduy, 5th Fubnmiy. -» -:* ' « A heavy thunderstorm occurred it Bemboka uboul midday on Wedr li'sduy. The Budcist isn't, good at climating quantities of water, but t reckons the fall at about 50 points. * ? «- «? The ' Budget acknowledges ro :cipt of complimentary ticket for the Coburgo race' ball, to be held on Monday night, 2!)tli January. Misses Rose Tarlinton and C. M. Guyiucr are the secretaries. * « * . Tin-: labor unions of West Aus tralia decided to ask the .Governor not to endoi-e Mr. Moss's appoint ment to the vacant judgship in that State on the ground that ho. was a strong anti-lahorite ami would be unconsciously biassed in his de cisions.' Had Mr. Moss, accepted tho'' position he would have presided over...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bega A., P. and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

Bega A., P. and H. Society. The annual monthly meeting of the Bcga A., P. and II. Society was held at tho ollico on Saturday afternoon. Present: Messrs. G. 1'. Kcr.risoii (president, in Uiu .chair), A. L. Manning, E. C. Bingemunn, .Tup. Couhrnne, 1-. Gowing, II. Un (lnrhill. A. Nieklo. J. T. Rogers. T. Underbill, W. J. Juuncey, J. J. Ritchie, T. J., Kelly, T. Cochrane, J. K. Milne, II. Otlon, Wm. Huns combe, Win. Huslingdon, and the secretary. After the business paper had been read the minutes of the pre vious meeting were confirmed. The bank pass book was pro duced, the credit balance being .£1 Is Sd. A statement of accounts was read showing moneys received and expended since lust meeting. Copies of outward correspon dence as read was approved. IX W Aim COHHKSl'OXDEXCE. From Grant,, of Aniinnd.ile, in quiring the charge for a merrygo round at the annual show. From W. Rixon asking that the meeting might be postponed from 2 till 3 o'clock. From Caldwell and Co, Wagga, requesting rese...

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LONDON, Wonday. THE BRITISH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

London, Wonday. [By Cable. I ? THEBRITISH ELECTIONS. Tremendous, enthusiasm is being displayed in the principal cities of the United Kingdom at tho mag nitude of tho Liberal majorities, Hodridge attributes his victory over Balfour to tho desire for free trade and a growing feeling against Chinese labor. Dublin Nationalists ?are jubilant at the results. Bal four hopes that the revolutionary promises by the Government are only show-window goods, otherwise the welfare of the country is seri ously imperilled. The ex-Premier spoke feelingly in taking farewell of Ardwick after 20 years' represen tation. - Gladstone, ? the Home Secretary, appealed for large ma jorities to promote beneficial mea sures to enable the Liberal policy to be forced through the House of Lords. Perris; the Unionist can- . didato for Peterborough, was rolled in the mud by tho mob and subse quently rescued bv the noli™. THE GOVERNMENT. A FRIEND TO IRELAND,; The Nationalist; leader says that tho Government is a friend...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. TRAIN AND A CART MEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 January 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, .Tuesday. TRAIN AND A CART MEET. A train collided with a cart at Dungiilly (Victoria) smashing the latter to fragments.- Tho driver escaped without any serious injury, but his son, who was with him, sustained a fractured arm and was iniured intornallv. ; ' :.. CRICKET. In the Kelly benefit match tho Now South Wales eleven, second innings, have no wickets down for ? 154— Diamond 59, Mackay 88. [Australian Eleven, first innings— 22G; second 4G5. N.S.WV first inn ings— 140.] '??'?..._ Later. N.S.W. all out for 472 ; Mackay 13G, Diamond !)7, E. L. Waddy 74, E. F. Waddy 95. The Austra lian Eleven thus won by 79 runs. A SUSPECT COMMITS SUICIDE. On the police going to the Met ropolitan Hotel, Brisbane, to arrest a man named Hillier, the latter asked them to wait outside tho door a minute, and he then swallowed cyanide of potassium and died shortly afterwards. Deceased was wanted in New South Wales. THE BOY AND THE CART RIDGE. At South Kurragong a boy was plaj'ing ...

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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

THEY SAY: That male bathers appear to be under the impression that they have an exclusive right to the junc tion waters and complain of the presence of girls in the vicinity and mi. _ i 1 1 t-» uiai me isudget has risked its life several times lately by indul ging in a bath but was never lucky enough to have any cause for complaint; and That anyhow cleanliness is next to Godliness, and as the girls are credited with deeper religious feel ing than men it is reasonable to suppose that they bath more fre quently, either at home or abroad. That Mr. Austin Chapman has been doing some tall travelling lately — last week lie paid a flying visit to Braidwood and on Tuesday night left Sydney by the express for Melbourne. That a contemporary draws at tention to the fact that a white girl who 'does not seem to have any black blood in her veins' is an in mate of a black's camp at Tathra —the Bi'dget wants to know if the information is authentic? 'Pl-in f IViimia ir, .. — M. I ? 1 ? 1 .Liiu.v wuv...

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

OFFICE HOURS. Por-t Ollice opens from Ha.ni. to G p.m. On Sunday from D a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily 'delivery,1' Sunday excepted, by letter carrier within the municipal area ; carrier leaves oflice at 0 a.m. Telegraph oflice open from 9 a.m. to S p.m. ' Sunday excepted. Money Order and Savings Bank Oiliee open from 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily [Sunday excepted], .and deposits are also received from 0 p.m. 16 8 p.m on Satuiday. Private boxes, fee .1'! per annum, pay able in advance, may be obtained on application at ollice, enabling hoxholders to gel their mail any day, Sunday in cluded, from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. Letter pillars al Newtown and North Hega cleared at 0 p.m. Weather reports and arrivals of steamers posted regularly on board out side of ollice. .IAS. W. M'CUTCIIEON, Postmaster. The discovery of n°lcl in 1S51 has lieen niemorinliseil by a large iiiiirl)lu statue (leslnoil and modcll od by Mr. C. Kouglas Ricliiirds-on of Bondigo. Viotonin, and it is ex pected tho work will be ready for ...

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MAILS CLOSE for [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

MAILS CLOSE for Sydney overland, via Coonia, daily, Satiudsiy excepted, al 10.:ill p.m. Svdney, per steamer, Wednesday anil Saturday, S.yo a.m., unless steamers de Goulburn, Cooma, Ximitybelle, Mo navo district and Victoria, daily, Sun day excepted, at 7.''(- p.m. Moruya, .\lillon, Uateiiiiin^ Bay, Nel ligen, Cuhargn, (Juiiania, Tilba Tilba mid I'.rogo. ? daily, Satuiday ?oxceptcd, at in.30 p.m. Tathra and Talhra Komi, Monday, Tuesday, Tlnuvday and Friday, io..io p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, TCocky Hall, Wiyjidham, via Pambula, Tuesday, Th'ur.-day and Sunday, 10.:!0 p.m. 'Kdcn, Vambnla, Wolumlaand Merim bula, daily, Saturday excepted, '. 10.30 p.m. Merimbula, via Jellat, Thursday, 10. HO p.m. Candelo, Kameruka,' Kanoona, daily, lo.:io ii.m. Taiijsi, Wapengo, Murral. and Berma gui, direct, Monday, Wednesday and Kridav at 10.30 , p'.in. Via Cobargo, Tue.-ilay, Thurtday and Sunday at 10.30 p.m. ' Augledale, Monday and Thursday at 10.30 p.m. Buckjo, Tuesday and Friday at 10.30 p.m. ?

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