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Temperance Mission Concluded. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Temperance Mission Concluded. Mn. Amikkt Bkuxtxkli,, the tem perance lecturer, returned to Bega on Saturday, after a successful mission in the neighboring towns. At night he delivered a short ad dress in the open air from the ver andah of Mr. Wm. Rixon's auction rooms, and afterwards adjourned to the School of Arts, when he spoke on the strength and weak nesses of the new Liquor Act. The attendance was not large. Mr. Bruntnell was not at his best, suffering from a slight indisposi tion. On Sunday morning he preached in the Presbyterian Church and in the evening at the Methodist Church, very large con gregations being present. In the afternoon at 2.30 he addressed a good audience at the Salvation Army barracks, dealing with his early associations with the Army, and eulogising the rescue and tem perance work of that great organ isation. How he came to sever his connection with the 'blood and fire' banner- the Budget did not hear, beyond tho fact that his severance was caused by a 'dif...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Send-off to Mr. F. F, Cowdroy, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Send-off to Mr. F, F, Cov/droy, A coui'i.ic of months ago Mr. F. F. Co\v-lroy received notice that ho had boon appointed to a position in the Customs Department, but it was only the other day that lie re ceived instructions to enter upon his new duties. ''Fred.' was for years letter carrier in Bega, and in that position made many friends liy his uniform courtesy tuu\ strict attention to duty. lie' was also secretary of the local Ride Club, and did magnificent work in this connection. He was also a leading light in St. John's Institute, and that body entertained him at a so cial gathering some time ago, when complimentary' references were made to the guest's man}' admir able traits. It was not surprising, then, that the townspeople should recognise. Mr. Cowdroy's services in some tangible way, and on Friday evening a representative and fairly large number of citizens met at the School of Arts to bid their departing townsman good-bye, and present him with ;i purse of sove reigns as a ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondents. BEM[?]OKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

From Our Correspondents, BEA1B0KA. (My sum Dkkamkk.) Wai.kixu swiftly down the street at u rude pace last evening came an abnormally large man .suited in black cloth iind crowned by n '' l'aris billy.' Tho fellow rim right over the top of me and never even i?bu[jpuu lu ai'u n ± \tn7- nun. J. took after him with astick in hand, and caught him up at tho factory. Grabbing him by tho long coat tails I demanded who ho Was, but in turn he bombarded mo with questions. 'Are you Chapman '!' ho roared. 'No, f am not — nor Wood, either.' ' Are you a police man or a newspaper man ?' 'No,' 1 said, 'I am only n Bootnmn.' 'Well,' hejsaid, ' I've a mind to toss you and your stick right over the factory into the river.' 'You had better not,' I said, ' cos why, I'll go for the police then.' ' Yes,' he grinned, ' if you are able.' ' But I can't stop, [ have a hun dred children and a large number of men and women to look after — I. am tho man they call ' The pub lic man of Bcmbokii.' ' ' Well,' I said,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

T.'trANTKI) HOUSKJrAlD.— Apply, / V I ViimnifH) M igli Seliim) , Begn. ?T'lil.'sT MOXKYS TO MiXI). j':i,aS'I- & uoNNixuimi, ?Sulieilurt!, ISejjn. L ° ? ? T ? LOST between COUAUGO ami lil'.CA, T'.KJKKT HOOK nmtaiifmg Notes nml Clieuues, iiiiiuu engraved thereon 01 IAS. L. KDWAUUS, ' Uesch's Waverley HrowciT. Howard on returning samu to OKXTUAL 11OTKL, Hepi, UOISAIUiO HOTliL, Cobargo, Or BHKWKltY. E. I. PELL. Leaving the District. UNRESERVED CLEARANCE SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. On Thursday,. 25th ? January, At 2 o'clock sharp, At the Resilience, Little Church-street, Bega. Bv order and on account of Constable M. Wilson. -J71 I. VKLL lias received instructions JLj« to Hull by public auction, as above, Sideboard, Sofa, 0 Austrian Chairs, Cane Wicker, Cedar Dining Table, Gipsy Tables, 2 K-dny Clocks, Pic tures mul Ornaments, Double Cot ? with spring mattress and bedding, Double Bedstead, spring mattress and bedding, Combination Chest, Lamp, Oilcloth, Curtains, Cabinet ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

LOCAL AKD GENERAL, Tiik public schools re-opened on Monday much to the relief of harassed hou.sekc.eper:-. » W '' ' * Moxiuy (tho day' (if the annual races) has bee-i proclaimed a pub lie, holiday in Coliargo. Miss Lamia Smith, who for .some lime has-been engaged in a course of study vat the Sydney training school, has received an ap pointment to Bega Superior Public School. .'.?'-? * ?» * Ml-:.SSIiS. WllYMAX AXI) BliUOKS have notified the Moruyn A., 1'. and Jl. Society of their inability to be present at the annual show as judges oi vehicles. The members of St. John's choir will bold their annual picnic on Friday (Anniversary Day). A special coach will convey tho party to Tathra. Tli the evening the choir and its fricmls . will have, a few social hour's in the parish hall. Si'KAKixc at Kumarn on Friday Premier Seddori declared against the proposal to allow Crown ten ants to convert their holdings into freehold at the original valuation, ?nit believed there should be a scheme for lo...

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

THE PASSENGER LIST. The steamer I'Jden's passengers on Saturday:— From Eden, Mi.-s Morgan; from Meriinbula, Mes-. dames' Stewart,' Cornell, Misses Cornell (2), Ashworlh, Mus.~rs. Stewart, Phillips, Masters Manion (2), Wilson; from Tathra, iMes dames 11 iggins, Ferris, Cowdroy, iUisses l'liuiips, i livu, i ate, jvihici soii, ' Me.ssr.-s. ' .Hume,' MMlvrido, Hawkins-,. Cowdroy, Lackersteiu, Jones, Barlow, Higgin.s, l'reo, Wood, , Stiles, ltoyer, Masters lirown, Bryant; friim Uermagui, Mosdatnei Ellis, Card, Misses Card, Negus, Manton, Pike, Ellis (2), Ward, Head, Mr. llor.-eman, Master M'Leod; and two in the steerage Passengers per steamer Bega, Uormagui, Mr. Dunston, '. Mr. Mox hnui, Miss Young; for Talhra, Muster Anderson, Messrs. Zingel, Uliixlimd, Hit'chie, Miss Blaxhmd; for Meriinbula, Mr, Cay, Miss Mc Doiigall; and four in tho steerage. Tho vessel sailed at 2.80 p.m. Twenty-seven immigrants, sent out to West Australia through the instrumentality of the Agent C4uneral's Departmen...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

THEY SAY: That other papers aro taking up tho Budcct's lead for tho legalis ation of tho totalisator ; and That if all the country clubs were to enlist the support of their Parliamentary representatives the machine would probably soon be scon at all meetings of any impor tance. That at Woe Waa a youngster, while playing with a bottle of caus tic soda, spilt tho liquid over its face and was severely burned — tho good old-fashioned rattlo is tho safest thing to give a child to play with. That under the now' Liquor Act in the majority of the convictions the culprits wore charged with be ing found on the hotel premises af ter hours ; and That no decent person could take exception to a law which insists upon men quitting tho drinking bar at 11 o'clock — a man that can't get thorouglily 'tanked' by that hour must bo a. regular novice at the game. That tho violin used by young Kennedy of the Keith Kennedy co. is 200 years old — that makes about the IS'JDth violin of tho same age in N.S.W. ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Paling's Pianos will stand all climates. They're so 1 good and etieap ; be ! sides every j one carries | our well I Known SF | guarantee. I -,' 5;;nd for handsome V illustrated Cata I.1 kv;uo, and don't for r, jjtjt ihe Price List, !-; Post Free. I ^ rating's, y.1 33S George St., r' Sydney. j .?-.J--:-,--.....1Tt,g3ElC.,L,|,w-3H|llu8g LCICBiC JIT THIS \^*£- To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper. SUCiAl!.— IJi;ki:nsi.axii, white aa snow, l.'l/.'i per 7011). lmu; 'Ciiiiinuiiics TC or W!,™/!!^,.1!8.:. 1-A' °r UV- C'''St111' I3/° 7°lb' Wi^. 3 or tight FLOUIl.— 'hii.v of tiik VAi.i.bv, a spleiuliil Raker's l'lour, in 501b. \w-* S/G t-er JOOllis; JiituxTON's or Uillksi'IE's. in 501b. bugs, R/9 lOOlbs, in 'dblb'ancka S/0 jilt IOOlb.s. '' ITK.V.— Our ti.iliU-ii Tip Cuylon, at 1/- per Hi., is witliout a doubt the best value ever offoivil, 'unit! tried always nsutl,' in 3 x 0 x 10 and '-01b tins or lart'or quantites. Hijjh drown Ueylon, n be...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sviixkv, Tuesday. n.s.w. biktii uatk sat1s ]-\a.ctoi:y. Tin-: birth rale in Now South Wales last, year was the highest since JSii::. A PKOSPEIiOUS STATIC. . The Minister for Works speak ing at the A.W.A. luncheon referred lo tho prosperous condition of tho country, and said there was no need to go lo London for money for public works. I'WIILKY WINS Til 10 SUMMEU WHEEL liACE. Farley won the final of the Sum mer Wheel Kace, Mutton .second, Bestul third. IMCCOliD TE.MPEIiATUUE. The temperature at Euralia (S. Australia) reached 12-1 degrees. HAIMMITlIKIiS IN REPLY. In reply to his critics Carruthcrs says that what tins Stato wants and will have is a loyal observance the contract made prior to feder ation. FALLING TEMPKUATUUES. There has h-icn a heavy fall in temperatures in the inland centres but hot northerly winds are ex pected to prevail shortly. DEVASTATING BUSH FIRES. Large areas in the western and southern districts have been de vastated bv bush fires and many pe...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

THE POPULAR JEWELLER, SjSjT VJS1TS HEUA PERIOpiQA LLY, 'TgffijS Ami always does yood business!, Hiinply limuisu ho enrries no ruliliish, but j»ivcs I1OXKST YALUK, lie lite art irk- of 1 lie cliuu;u'at kiml or im-st expensive iiiwriptioii.' .?...-.. MR. POU3KI!fi has Iku-ii Irsm-llim; tlm IVksi district fur many yum*, mid the people have ciiiiliilcinn- in him— tlm ivshII (if straight driili'iiu. If ynu want nnvlhiii'' from Me modest plain ''old rinu u- the dn/.zlhi' diamond tiara, wait, until Mr. Sullit-Tii eonie.s. ? ' | ° ? „___ ? ^— — ?— ? — —I ? ? ??lll.lll IIJ..!^.-^ \»K Spilt I ! ^Clifford Lowg&Cowp8iV ^ 1 il ' ' / tSr/i i Is the only / fi^fc. / . i | Treble-EefdnedCOE-NTLOITB / fJS^ / I ! made- /^y/ W I ? ^^ , j ===== i{- *¥%&$&}$&!&& Wholesome, \ Two Packets of 'SgMMvmW Nutritious, and : ottto Dn..m W^I^^^Jv eminently suited 3 SHIP BRAND WfflggKf for Weak Stomachs. jj CORN FLOUR MK ===== I will go as far ^§8r BfB-ra^B^ltfah *s S...

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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 January 1906

Inter-District Summary. The ' Berry people have built a new School of Arts at a cost of £2100. A man was fined 20s at Wollon gong for bathing in the men's baths without a suitable dress. The publican's booth for the Eden show was bought by Mrs. l'ike, price ^ to. It is likely a wood-chopping contest wilt take place at the Pam bula Agricultural show. Tiger sharks arc plentiful in Merimbula waters just now, two or three being landed each night. Messrs. Becus and Walmslcy shipped 1000 sleepers from Eden by the Bega last week. Mrs. Nelson, of Wydham, is an intimate of the Bega Hospital, suffering from appendicitis. Mr. ' Terry ' Buckett, of Pam bula public school, has gone to the Sydney training school for teachers. Mr. Jas. Staunton, of Congo, shot n Off cpnl nn fliA lipnpli r*v»pnflv He brought the head into Moruya as a curiosity last week. Mr. F. T. Herne obtained ^ICO for a yield of potatoes from an acre and a half at Berellan (Shoal haven). Stall-holders in Moruya have for months b...

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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VI.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THEE lE^IESlLilZ- D.A.YS. By CHARLES WHITE.' Chaptek VI. — Continued. He wus on his way to Bathurst to purchase cattle, and for this purposo carried with him a con siderable amount of money. When noaring the top of 'The Mount' he wus accosted by three men, ono of whom asked him for some tobacco, and while he was in the act of tak ing some out of his pocket, the men revealed themselves to him in their true character and demanded liin money. But Dooley could not see any virtue in this method of deal ing, a'nd without a word put spurs to his horse — lie was fortunately well 'mounted— and galloped down the hill. The men pursued, one of thorn firing at the fugitive to check his Might. The bullet passed through the horse's ear, but ])ooley escaped unhurt, outdis tanced his pursuers, and kept up speed until he reached .Bathurst, when he at once gave information to the police, who rode 'up the hill and down again,' with the usual result. While the troopers were scour...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

MISCELLANEOUS Mabel : ' Look at this lovely engagement ring Mr. Swete gave me.' Joa'nnie : ' Yes ; it's very pretty. I was quite sorry it was too large for me.' Messages of congratulation on the results of the elections are reaching Mr. Chamberlain, es pecially from the colonies, in ex cess of any occasion for the past 20 years. / America is the place of big enter prises, and therefore it is not sur prising to find that that country claims to possess the biggest horse breeding establishment in the world. It comprises a piece of coun try 200 miles in extent along the Columbia ltiver, in Oregon, and is owned by Messrs. Johnjand James Switzley, who have 11,000 horses there, including not less than 600 stallions. They are for the greater part wild, and average about £1 per head. A deputation from the Chamber ' of Manufactures waited on the West Australian Minister for Works last week to protest against the ex tension of the departmental S3Tstem of carrying out Government works by day la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

Talking' Machines at Paling's. We stock both kinds Disc and Cylinder Re cords. * Band Selections. Songs by the world's leading artists. Recitations by present day orators. Instrumental Selections by the greatest soloists. gf Our Disc Records are indestructible'. I . - Reliable instruments at Lowest Prices at Paling's, S3S George St., Sydney. 20 ?' ' ^SUITABLE SUMMER SUITV FOR HOT WEATHER. ; We make a Speciality of things light 'anfl 'airy, jj strong and sensible, for hot weather wear. jj § WHITE, BROWN , jl AND FANCY DRILL. j ?' v_ ' I ? i; Coat and Trousers, €%77 ' iCt \ To Measure, £J 1 7 O '? ' !' TUSSORE SILK. f Coat & Trousers, AO C% '''{\ To Measure,' dU^I *U ?. \J ASSAM SILK. Coat & Trousers, Q-^ -^ f\ To Measure, -=£jO - Vr. K* ?-. ' These Suits are in Patrol or Sac Shape, moveable buttons with false fly, patch pockets, slip watch pocket, and are expressly intended for a tropical climate. . , : Send for Patterns, Catalogue, Tape and Measure Form, posted free ...

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Show Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

Show Fixtures. Following is a list of the dates of the various district shows, 190bV — Moruya-^-FoJifuary 7 and .'8 Eden — February 14 and 15. Pambula — February 21 and 22. Candelo : — February 28 and March 1. ? '''?.'? Wollongong— February S, 9, and 10. Berry— February 7, 8, and 9. Nowra— February 14 and 15. Bega— March 7 and 8. Bombala— March 13 and. 14. Delegate— March 20 and 21. Cobargo-rMarch 21 and 22. Ulladulla— February 21 and: 22. Braid wpod— -March 7 and 8.

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District and Inter-District Turf Fixtures. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

District and Inter-District Turf Fixtures. JANUA-RY. 20— Cobargo J. C. Races. FEBRUARY. 5, 6— Moruyfi Annual Races. 7, — Towamba Races. 9, 10 — Goulburn Race Club Meeting. 13, 14T-Cootamuiidra Turf Club Annual Meeting. 21, 22— Cooma Races. 23— Milton. Show Races. MARCH: 5 — Major's Creek Race Meeting. 9 — Bega Show Race Meeting. 14 — Candelo -Autumn Meeting.

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How to be 70 and not mind it. MARK TWAIN TELLS THE SECRET OX HIS BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

How to be 70 and not mind it. MARK TWAIN TELLS THE SECRET OX HIS BIRTHDAY. 'How to got to bo 70 and not mind it.'- That was the subject of the ?ad- dress delivered on ? December 5th by Mark Twain at a dinner given in his honor at Delmonico's, New York, by Colonel George Harvey, president of Harper and Brothers. The dinner signalised the world renowed humorist's 70th birthday. .7£.The guests were almost exclu sively writers of imaginative litera ture. About 170 authors were pre sent, nearly half of them being women. It was the first time in the history of the country that a large literary dinner was attended by members of both sexes, and the experiment proved a delightful success. Nearly every well-known writer in America greeted the cele brated humorist, either personally or by letter or poem. During din ner a congratulatory cable message was received from England, signed by 40 of the most distinguished British statesmen and men of let tors. Colonel Harvey was the toast master. Mark...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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DALGETY ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

I DALGETY ANNUAL RACES. H Following wore the horses engaged -m. at Dalgety yesterday : — . ragi Opening Handicap, 6 furlongs : fM. Cyrano 9.5, Zola 8.9. Merrilba 8.4, W Togo 8.2, Twilight 7.9, Ivoronn BT 7.5, Golden Ringer 7.3, Mancy 7.2, |; Sylvia 6.13, Needle 6.8, Larkwood » Dalgety Jockey Club Handicap, i lj^milo : Sunoria 9.5, Cyrano 9.3, 1 Zola 8.7, Phyllis 8.3, Mcrrilba 8,1, | Togo 8. Whalebone 7.13, Referee I 6'13' m Members' Handicap, 7 furlongs: J1! Cyrano 9.5, Watto 8.4. Merrilba M 8.3, Togo 8.1, Rajah 7.10, Twilight nh 7.8, Linnet 7, Iloforee.7, Euroka 1 ?-10- ?' '? «» Flying Handicap. 6 furlongs : m Sunoria 9.5, Cyrano 9.5, Zola 8.9, M Phyllis 8.7, Watto 8.5, ^errilba |i$ 8.4, Togo 8.2, Invorona 7.5, Golden iK Ringer 7.3, Maney 7.2, Refereo 7.2, |H Eureka. 6.10. mSk Woodlark Stakes, 4 furlongs; ?M Myack 8.5, Rojoctod 8.2, Woodbine III8'2' . '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

The local Racing Club should (says tho Delegate 'Argus') after their reeent experience, abandon the idea of ever holding a race meeting again un'der the present conditions. A picnic race meeting for district horses':'bnly would re vive to sport: It seems a pity that, in the interests of clean racing, several owners who ran at the recent meeting could not be wiped out for life.

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Bega District Hospital Annnal Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906

Bega District Hospital Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of subscribers to the Bega District Hospital ..was held in the School of Arts on Wed nesday afternoon. Present : — Mr. II. M; Blomfield (president, in the chair), Dr. Marshall, Messrs. T. Atkinson, A. T. Ritchie, D. D. Voss, I'. 'Fraser, J, T. Togcrs, F. Beck, D. Kiss, A. Beck, Jas. Coch nu'io, D. C. Wren, E. I. Pell, II. Underhill, Jas. Itixon', C. T. Stiles, A. Niokle, K. Gleeson, .11. Jardine, J. J. Ritchie, W. A. Smith, J. M. Loo. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been i road and con firmed, tho committee's report and statement of accounts (which had previously been distributed at the meeting) were taken as read. Fol lowing is the report : — Kki'oht ok Distinct IIiisi'itai. Committee iok tiikTwki.vk Montiih k.ndino 81st. Dj;i:i:.Miii!it 11)05. Ladiks ashGe.vti.hmkn', — Jiuring llii* year your Committee IiiivgnlmiII-! meot ingH, the uttcmluncc of membcra buinji us follows :— Messrs. lly. Underbill, 1 1 ; J. M. ...

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