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LOCAL AND GENERAL, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

LOCAL MU GENERAL, Casino is afflicted witii a typhoid epidemic.' n %. * * Uvek 8ix.:..inches of rain have fallen at Listfjore-Sinco tho begin ning of tno yeaVf - '? * * * During .the pastvyear the North O(in.Kt Oomnrinir'a. Ti-^t-j tnnh- nwav 110,000 bags of maize and 28,121 boxes of butfer. '*? . # ?* At the Water Polico Courfon Monday two^riien?were fined ? £\ eacli for giving, false names to the police on a demand being made. -* ':..-* * Miss Keaiins1 many friends will be glad to hear ..that she has been promoted to -.the position of assis tant in the Infant's School Ultimo. For some time Miss Reams had charge of -the'' Angledalu public school. ...','? * .]. * * The ' Budget' . acknowledges receipt of complimentary passes for Mr. Bruntnell's ? special lecture 'Two IloursVith J.1J. Gough' to be delivered^! '-Monday at the School of Arts. This is considered to bo one of Mr. 'Bruntnell's best subjects, . and^'ho should have a bumper house;. * 'X * . * Notification ' appears in the '...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Show Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Show Fixtures. Foli.owi.sg is ii list of the dales of the various district shows, 100(5 — Moruya — February 7 and .8 Eden — February M and 15. I'ambula — February 21 and 22. Candelo — February 28 and March 1. Wollongong— February 8, 9, and 10. Berry — February 7, 8, and 9. Nowra — February 14 and 15. Bega— March 7 and S. Bombala— March 13 and 14. Delegate— March 20 and 21. Cobargo— March 21 and 22. Ullndulla — February 21 and 22. Braidwood— March 7 and 8. A Royal Commission will he ap pointed to 'inquire into the advis ability of nuvking the Tusmanian office of Attorney-General non political. The Tasmanian Premier has informed the unemployed of Laun ceston that there is no money available for relief works.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District and Inter-District Turf Fixtures. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

DisiriCi and Intsr-District Turf Fixtures, JANUARY. 29— Cobiirgo J. C. Races. PKHKUARY. 5, ()— Moruyu Annual Races. 7) — Towaniba Races. 0 io — Goulburn Race Club Meeting. 13, M— Cootnmundra Turf Club Annual Meeting. 21, '22— Cooma Races.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

'Why don't you get up and give that seat to your father, Bobby?' reprimanded the lady. 'Don't it pain you to see him reaching for a strap ?' ' Not on a tram car,' chuckled Bobby ; ' but it pains me to see, him reaching for a strap at home.' 'Thunder and guns!' exclaimed the old gentleman, as he was given the bill for his only daughter's last gown, ' but you cost a pile of money.' ' Well, papa,' she re plied, donmrly, 'if you wouldn't sit in the dining room, you'd stand a better chance of getting rid of expense.' \Voary Willie : 'There was a time, friend, when T had a thou sand men working for me.' Tired Tim: '?You don't look like a man that ever had control over a thou sand laborers.' Weary Willie: '1 until t Siiy tlli;^' Hits ill'iuici.*;. They was taxpayers; I was in a workhouse.' Ella: 'Bella told me that you told her that secret I told you not to tell her.,' Stella: 'She's a mean thing— 1 told her not to tell you Etold her.' Ella: 'Well, I told her I wouldn't tell you she told m...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Banner of oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

The Banner of Odfifellowship. Tiik Oddfellow lias at last turned and kicked ovur tin; l''u; l-:uiiiur whicli is mi iiuuil-u.s ou.tlic l''° '' uvery friendly society and trados iiu'kiii in this Slate. When askud Id provide money ior a new silken, ensign to lumber round the streets on four masts, with ? the ther mometer at 100, and a scorching jjnlc oi wind blowing cteau in me procession's teelh, lie rose up in Sydney the other day and declared that the banners were a delusion. Hi; had grunted and groaned under them lung enough, and meant to t.-ike ii well-earned rust. It was pointed nut that while the 'old fashioned sort of Oddfellow plodded along under the gorgeous burden, the vounger brother stood on the footpath watching the show, and passing derisive remarks upon the performers. These up-to-date craftsmen don't see how carrying expensive banners around against a wind pressure that on such an urea of sail would capsize a five-ton bout assists the object for which friendly societie...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. Chapter VI.Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE ZE^ZeGlTZ' ZD-A.1TS. By CHARLES wTflTE.' ~ Chatter VI. — Continued. They now ninue back by the old ;. Liichlan road for the Aburcrombie, where one of them at least had re latives, sympathisers and friends. On their way they called at Che shire's Inn, near Caloola, for drinks, and at night re-visited the house and .bailed up the inmates, while one of the party searched the premises in quest of spoil. From some diggers they took two revol vers ; from i Mr. Paton, who had £17, but managed to drop £15 of the amount whilst being led from the kitchen: to the front part of the 'house, they got a poor £1. An other person was there who, it had been reported, wanted a wife. The robbers took two shillings from him, but learning who it was, they gave him his money back again, saying that as he wanted a wife they would not deprive him of the means of obtaining one. He said he did not want a wife, but he would like a piece of the liquorice that had 'been taken from one...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

FROM THE BULLETIN. As most barmaids are over 21, not many have had to quit for the under-age reason. Isn't it strange: This kind and careful Government rules that a woman must be 21 be fore she is a barmaid. Yet a woman is eligible for what has been described as 'the oldest profession on earth' at the age of 17! Hallelujah Jo (testifying): 'Yes,: dear friends, Hi can look '? back on me life an' say hi've never spent none of me money on liquor; and I'm proud of it.' Old Peter' (in dignantly) 'Listen to that, Bill. Listen to that cove actually blowin' about 'ow he sponges on his cobbers for his beer! Some blokes ain't got no decency.' # « * courageous. — solicitor ^to his collector) : 'Well, did Casey pay ye that money he owes us ?' Col- , lector : 'He won't pay it ; an' he says he'll shoot me if I ask him for it again.' Solicitor : 'Let him shoot ye, an' be hanged to him. Sure, Oi despise his dirrrty threats.' # ' * * 'D.H.K.': Round about Narrabri (N.S.W), and, in fact, all through ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies : On Tuesday, 30th January, at the central saloyards. 100 head steers 3yrs, 100 choice grade Jersey dairy heifers 1)4 to 2}6 yrs old, 25 heifers, 3rs old in calf.. On Saturday, 27th January, at tho land salerooms, household furniture and effects, gold watch and chain, sulky. On Saturday, 27th January, at Maunder's Hotel, Bcmboka, - at half past 1 o'clock, allotment No 2, section 12, containing 1 rood, town Bomboka, on which is erected small house now occupied by Professor Oxloe, also allotment No 4, section 2, Littleton t Estate, Bcmkoka, fronting Loftus Street and con taining 33J4 perches. On Saturday, 27th January, at Maunder's Hotel yards, 130 young ? cattle, 15 store cows. On Monday, 20th January, at Collins' yards, Candelo, 10 store cows, 20 head young cattle; also at Mr. D. Wilson's residence, Candolo, tho whole of his household furni ture.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR JANUARY, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. 1906. I if I § ~ Day of Week '« f * f S 3 O O ?;? s a; o o C w ? '. r-. Jl [ Jl A.M. '.M. 1 Monday 4 4U 7 10 10 -18 11 11 2 Tuesday ?) 47 7 10 U 42 11 -III 3 Wednesday 4 48 7 10 p.m. a.m. 4 Thursday 4 4!l 7 10 1 2!) 12 l(i fi Friday 4 fill 7 10 2 22 12 47 li Sutimlav 4 51 7 10 I! 1(1 1 20 7 SUNDAY 4 r-2 7 10 I II 1 'I! 5 Monday 4 52 7 10 S 5 2 :!« il Tuesday 4 »S 7 11 ?- uil :! Ill 10 Wednesday 4 04 7 11 0 50 4 8 11 Thursday 4 55 7 11 7 40 5 0 12 Friday 4 55 7 118 2(1 5 58 111 Saturdnv 4 511 7 10 -.) !) « 57 14 SUNIU'Y 4 57 7 10 n 4!) 8 0 15 Mondnv 4 5S 7 10 0 27 !) '-' Ki Tuesday 5 0 7 10 1 45 10 5 17 Wednesday 5 1 7 !? 1 .'! 11 '?- IS Thursday 5 2 7 '.I A.M. p.m. ill I'nilav .) « i !- I2i) ii' 20 Saturday 5 3 7 9 10 2 22 21 SUNDAY 5 4 7 8 1 51! I! 27 22 Monday 5 5 7 8 2 41! 4 30 2Ii Tuesday 5 0 7 8 :?? 118 5 28 24 Wednesday 5 7 7 7 4 :S7 (i 22 25 Thursday 5 8 7 (i 5 :« 7 11 2« Friday 5 10 7 -i « -.7 7 51 27 Saturday 5 11' 8 7 .17 8 SI! 28 SUNDAY 5 12 7 4 8 11...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weights for Moruya Races. By Telegraph, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Weights for Moriiya Races. By Telegraph, Tuesday. The foJlowing are the weights for the principal events of the Moruya Annual Races to take place on the 5th and 6th February: — Opening Handicap. — 6 furlongs. st lb Mr. It. Sliurpe's Dromedary !) 7 Mrs. II. Weekes' Berwick !- 5 Mr. M. Kcating'8 Mnlicu i) ,- AW Friuser'H JIuretta 8 12 A. Ixiiineliiin'H Philip Worth 8 11 Jan. Tiiriibull's Botheration 8 10 SF. KuutiiiK'H Medal Patrick - kj AV. Miljbiird's Waodrose 7 lu' AV. Hibbiird'H Rapid lliver 7 8 AV. Tiipper'H Cordite 7 0 Town Plate.— 1 mile. Mr. K. Sharpu's Dromedary I) (i 1). Dnnsmoie'a Uulliun' !- 3 51. 'Heating's Malice !l 0 A. Lennehan's Philip Worth 8 11 W. Iliblmrd's Atlnutenn 8 8 Jus. TunibiuTs Botheration 8 7 51. Kcating's Medul Patrick 7 12 W. AVhuliin'a .Amalgam 7 12 AW Hibburd'B Itapiil ltiver 7 (i A. Ilukins' Racket 7 3 It. Annotts' Icicle .'??? 7 3 AV. Tapper's Cordite (i 12 Jus. J^evden's Tnreena Hutu 5Iorrymaiil) 0 7 5Ioruya Handicap. — !) furlongs. Mr. 1{. Sharjio'...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney's "Protest." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Sydney's 'Protest.' It was not surprising that the Sydney Town Hull was full on the occasion of last Wednesday's much b.iomed 'protest' meeting. The Budget has seen the same building crowded at the reception of a team of cricketers, or footballers, or a -j-n-.'--|--ui- mi- nii-.i-i. i'ni^ii v*v*nvi sity existed in the minds of the majority as to what the protest was all about, and people were anxious to bear something definite — to know in what part of its anatomy the poor old mother State felt most hurt. The old creature had often complained of not feeling particu larly well but the most cursory diagnosis usually showed the ail ment to be of an imaginary cha racter and the mere figment of an hysterical and fidgety old woman long since past, the period known as the change df life. And those who hoped* for enlightenment at the great 'protest' meeting must have been sorely disappointed, for among all the flow of words not a single definite charge was laid against the Federal Governmen...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARRINGTON RUNNING GROUND, WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

CARRINGTON RUNNING GROUND, WOLUMLA, Nominations and starts for the gaslight handicap to bo run on the above ground to-night: — 5yds— W Lacy. 7^— T Hayes, Go Soon, H El liott. S— II W Scott. 9— S Potrio, A O Manns. y/2— II Meaker, \V Rogers, J Hammond*. 10— F A Taylor, A Mudio. 10^— Rufliai), A Hayes, II Bur tnn. 11— II McDonald, E Hammond, Future, II Mumbla, A Weppler, M Clarke, F Taber, H V Higgins, W Chambers, J J Corbett, F Collins, H McGrado, K Ferguson, A Hunter, II 'fait, W Dwver. 11^— L McNoill, J Tapper, J Henderson, W B Collins. 12— W Wheatloy, B Taylor, J Hukins, O Smith, J Tapper, Lon don, W A Zingcl, B Cousoinaokor, P Kbzery, T Wostwood, II Howard, S Hibburd, II Stewart, W Hazel grove, J Boyd, R Higgins, W Bower, G Staines, J Schuback, W Law, A Itviin, II V Griffiths, J Glenn, E Higgins, C Hanson, It V Robinson. i./,'/i — w tsneciian, u uough, A Tabor, T Bouquet, A Rogers, P Law, F Itootsey, J W Peters, John Rhicnborger, D Pheeney, W Schick J Bowley, G Heffernan, G Grubb...

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 — 24 January 1906

As You Like It. ?? I must linvu UliiTty — ' As You l.lltu It.' (Aul II., lie. 7). The Mnruya 'Examiner' gets off tho following literary gem : — ' Every uian, woman and child on the face of the earth is a gambler in a greater or lessor degree. In fact, tho spirit of gambling per meates the whole universe, and is about thu- strongest motive power possessed by living creatures from the highest species — man — down to the smallest and despised insect.' [Tho BuiHiKT wuuld'ntbo surprised to see gambling supersede elec tricity orsteam iis :i vmtirf power or the domestic llc-a laving the odds.] ?S « W Tin-: Postmaster-General found the 'departmental preparations for tin; calling of tenders for the carriage of mails to ami from Great Britain so wnll advanced that lie hopc.-i to bit. able lo announce (ho terms almost, at ohm. It is inten ded lo advertise fur lenders noton.y in Great Britain, but also in tin: United .State?. The ' Budget ?' is glad to sou that Mr. Chapman (l'.M.G.) is not oiiL...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

SPORTING. The trotting horse N. M. was shipped to Sydney on Saturday. The Candelo Jockey Club made a profit of ^15 on the annual moot ing. Tho Tanja-Wapongo race club sports will bo held on Friday in Mr. Hunter's paddock. Tho thrco-yoars-old colt Jargoon has boon sold f jr export from Aus tralia, and has boon scratched for all engagements. Subscriptions are coming in well for the Kicrun memorial. Tho committee have decided to secure su (Iicient ground around tho dead champion's grave to permit of the erection of a monument. On Monday an appeal from Messrs. Clarke and McCarthy to re-open the vases which resulted in tho disqualification of Caesar and Lady Thespian was considered by the Candelo Jockey Club. After a long deliberation the eoinmilt.ee de cided not to re-open tho cases for hearing. At a meeting of the Candelo Jockey Club on Monday a pro gramme of five events was drafted for tho autumn mooting on 14th April. The programme is as fol lows : Coinmorcial Handicap' .£8, 6J-: fur...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

SPORTING. Forty-one nominations hare been received for tlio four principal events of Moruya annual races. Noble's century in the Kelly benefit match makes his 28th hundred. M. A. Noble and Mackay each average over 100 runs' per innings this season in first-class cricket. An important meeting of the Candelo Gun Club will be held at Frazer's Hotel on Saturday even ing- 'Sunny : Jim' Mackay, this season's champion batsman, is a nephew of Constable Macinnis, of Cathcart. The Delegate races on the first ?? day induced poor fields, only two or. three' starters saddling up for each event. Mr. S. Clarke's lease of Go Soon has expiied and the gallant brown is back with his owner, Mr. Joseph Stewart, of Cathcart. Xnininnfions for the Cootamun dra Cup (100 sovs.) and Town Plate (GO sovs.) close on Wednes day, 31st January, with the secre tory, S. II. Dickson. The funds of the New Zealand Rugby Union will benefit by at least ^5000 as a result of the Maorilanders' tour through Great Britain. Two...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

ADVERTISING. S1XGT/TC ? COUJMN— Kiret Inch 3s, even- Kiiciiicdini; Inch Is. fid. UOURI.K COMT.MN— Fiiet Im-li, us, every HWTcudiiif; Inch 2s. Oil. g:£F- SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Addkksb: CHURCH -ST., b E a a . THE NEWSPAPER . — OF— THE SOUTH. UVK LEADING ARTICLES, TOPICAL PARAGRAPHS, INTEU-DISTRIOT SEWS. Attractively Written and Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Reliability I BEGIN THE NEW YEAiR WELL, W®~ ZBTT5T POB C^k-SBC, —and— ??':( Buy only Reliably Goods. McMURTRIE'S BEST BLUCHERS, 7/6;||. MEN'S GREY DUNGAREES, best, 3/6 ||% MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, special, 5/ll_; GENUINE PANAMAS, special, 12/6 v|f gW RODO'S SPECIAL PANAA1A, Folder, 2Is;«?- LADIES' GLACE KID SHOES, special,ij|ll THE VERY LATEST in LADIES' DAI^f.Y SHOES. GENTS' HIGH-CLASS BOOTS aud Cooli$immer CLOTHING. ? !M INSPECT MY VALUES BEFORE MAKING A SELECTION. RODD,theM§rcer, Hext Hank Eoy&L T1HURCH - ST. TEA ROOMS. MRS. I. COLE HAS OPENED a TEA ROOM in lier promise? Church-street, Begn, and ludies can rely on getting a Hot Fragrant Cup of Tea at Airs. Cole's CHURCH STREET, JJKGA. VISIT THE MORTON STUDIOS Carp-street,' Bega, And have your Photo Taken as a Christ mas and New Year Greeting to Friends far away. DT THE BEST OF WORK ONLY. An Enlargement mounted on India Tinted Mount given away with every uo/.en uauiuei rnoios. Old and fast-fading Photos copied nnd Enlarged. P...

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ODDS AND ENDS, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

ODDS AND ENDS. Bakers in Montreal arc com pelled by law to stamp on eacli loaf its weight and their initials. Vigorous sneezing is a proof of a robust constitution. People in feeble health seldom sneeze. California has the smallest horse in the world. It is only 22 inches high and weighs 70 pounds when shod. The nuintlc of sable given to tlio Empress of Russia on her corona tion was valued at ^22,000. It is made of sable, and weighs only 16 oz. The German Empress, in ad dition to jewels worth /100,000 that arc her own private property, has the right to use (the splendid collection of gems that belong to the Prussian Treasury. The Em press is thus able to sometimes ap pear at Court wearing jewellery roughly valued at ,£250,000. Madame Melba possesses such a retentive memory that she _ can learn an entire opera -within a week. She does much of her study ing in bed, where she is free from noise, and the airs are chiefly mas tered when she is walking or driv ing. It is sufficient in man...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eden Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Eden Pastures Protection Board. Thk usual moating of tho above was bold at the ollico yesterday iiinrning. Present : Messrs. U. P. Kurrison (chairman), T. J. Kelly, 1). Tarlintoii, T. Coohrane, G. Keys, W. Iianscombc, W. Iluslingden and tho secretary. The secretary road the business notice as issued and thon road the minutes of the previous mooting, and tho latter wore confirmed. -^ The secretary produced tho bank pass book, the credit balance being ,£195 Is 8d, less cheques out standing £110 2s 6d, leaving ^84 19s 2d. Tho Government printer's ac count was passed for payment. The secretary read press copies of all outward correspondence since last meeting which was approved. Inwaud Couukspoxdkxch. From tho acting Under Secretary lor Lands stating that the Auditor General has under consideration a draft of a new form of balance sheet and requesting the Board to defer the issue of its statement for the | year ended 31st December, pending- tho issue of the former. From the same source ...

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Farewell to Bro. W. McDonald. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Fatewell to Bro, W. McDonald. j On Tuesday last week, the brethren | of the court, Bega Independent j Order of Forresters, assembled at tho house of Bro. Bewicke for the purpose of entertaining and bidding farewell to Bro. W. McDonald, late financial secretary to the court, prior to his departure for .Sydney, where lie intends taking up Ins residence. A tempting supper was provided,' which,- the', brethren thoroughly enjoyed. After supper, complimentary speeches were made by Bros. W. M. Boardinan (Chief Puinger), F. W. Filinor (Court Deputy), Dr. Stead (Court Phy sician) G. Biles (Recording Secre tary) and W. Bewicke (Financial Secretary), who spoke of thcesteoni in which the departing brother was held by those who know him long est and best, and of his services as Financial Secretary of tho Court. Bro. 'McDonald,; in responding, regretted the necessity for his departure, but believed it would bo for his good. He thanked the brethren for their kindness in thus showing their paternal...

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