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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
ODDS AND ENDS. Tlie Victorian Government in tends to import a number of Welsh pony stallions and lease them to farmers. Through careful culling, the Danes irct a return on the average of 300 pounds of butter fat per cow. A red shorthorn bull, recently imported into the Argentine from England, was sold at auction on arrival for £3130. A man named Lockott had both liis legs cut off on tho Williams town (V.) railway. Six trucks passed over him reducing his legs to pulp. The limbs were amputated but there is small hope of recovery Tentorfield 'Courier' reports that the milk taken from Mr. John French's' pedigreed Jersuy cow was tested by, Mr. 'TV M. Walker, and gave the extraordinary test of 7.5 per cent, butter fat, which is very nearly, if not quite a record. The test was taken from 131b of milk from the afternoon milking. A writer in a scientific paper says that he once heard from an old farmer that posts placed in the ground with the butt end upwards would last longer than those pla...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
Tired Tompkins : 'Did yer tell her yer was an orphan without mudder an' fadder ?' Dismal Dawson : 'Yes.' 'What'd she give yer ?' 'She give me a bunch of flowers ter put on their graves.' A young sport with loud hose and a Panama hat, a cigarette and a pearl-handled cane, dropped in to a restaurant, and ordered a veal cutlet. The waiter soon brought in the order, and placed it before his Nibs the Sport. 'Do you call that a veal cutlet? Why, that's an insult to a calf to call that a veal cutlet,' said the sissy boy, 'I didn't mean to insult you, sir,' said the waiter.
Death of Mr. F. G. Roberts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
Death of Mr. F. 6. Roberts. Late yesterday evening the ''Budget' received the following brief wire from itsCobftrj;o correspondent: 'Frederick George lioberts died peacefully this evening at twenty minutes past aix.' For a week Mr. Koberts hud been suffer ing irom « uiecuing carbuncle, growing weaker day by day until the end came. The deceased was one of Cobargo's pio neer business men, being a contempo rary of Messrs. Jno. O'Keilley, D. Duns niore, senr., and the late' D. Henry. Starting in a humble way as n store keeper some 25 years ago at Cobargo, he by keen business acumen and care fulness amassed considerable wealth, ehielly in the shane of landed property and live stock, being the qwner of se veral dairies in the northern district. As the town mid district grew in impor tance Mr. Roberts identified himself with all public movements and took a load ing part in advocating local requirements, and building up local societies and in stitutions. He wa« for some war* presi dent of t...
Wolumla Gaslight Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
Wolumla Gaslight Handicap. All day Wednesday the Budget was busy cultivating a 'cuunin' look' on its dial, and when it thought it had the expression per fect it got into Mr. M. Corrigan's four-in-hand special, driven by Boca's well known '?torcliiteht' whip, George Rixon. The coach was bound for Wolumla, and this paper tilted its hat over its eyes and made a pretence of knowing something it didn't know. It dis puted records of tho turf and cin der tracks and listened to a lot of remarks that were all information. We numbered thirteen all told, a sufficient reason that that coach did 'not include tho winner of the gaslight handicap among its pas sengers. A well-known ped. of some vocal pretensions warbled several of those plaintive ballads of the 'Good-bye, Little Girl' variety with a pathos induced probably by long practice, but the concert efforts of his companions only demonstrated their willing ness to assist and a vocal talent that was great in point of volume. A spirited dialog...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
OFFICE HOURS. Post Office opens from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m' On Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery, Sunday excepted, by letter carrier within the municipal area; carrier leaves office at 9 a.m. Telegraph office open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday exceptcd. Money Order and Savings Bank Office open from i) a.m. to 5 p.m. daily [Sunday excepted], and deposits are also received from U p.m. to 8 p.m on Saturday. Private boxes, fee .£- per annum, pay able in advance, may bo obtained on application at oflice, enabling boxholders to get their mail any day, Sunday in cluded, from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. ; Letter pillars at Newtown and North Bega cleared at (i p.m. Weather reports and arrivals of steamers posted regularly on board out side of oflice. JAS. W. M'CUTCHEON, Postmaster.
Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
Inter-District Summary. — * — . A man named Martin Begg died at Walgett from the effects of the intense heat. He was found on the back track of a station. On Saturday, Mr. W. Gardiner, telegraph line repairer of Moruya, was rendered unconscious for two hours by a sunstroke. ' Owing to the scarcity of feed in the Araluen Valley dairymen have been forced to remove their cows to fresh pastures. Mr. M. Keating purchased the publican's booth for Moruya races last Saturday, price £25. Also the show booth at .£18. A new steamer, the Monaro, built for the Melbourne Steamship Company, has been launched at Hartlepool in the Old Country. The tramway material used in connection with tho construction of the Moruya breakwater is being removed. Already 30 tons of material has been shipped. On Friday night last week Port ICembla fisherman made a large haul of upwards of 100 Jewlish which were sent to the Sydney market. The haul is said to be worth about ^40. A disastrous bush fire occurred at Trunk...
MAILS CLOSE for [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
MAILS CLOSE for Sydney overland, via Coonia, daily, Saturday exempted, at 10.30 p.m. Sydney, per steamer, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m., unless steamers de layed. ?'...:? Goulburn, Cooma, Niinitybelle, Mo naro district and 'Victoria, daily, Sun day excepted, at 7.30 p.m. Moruya, Milton, Bateman's Bay, Nel ligen, Cobargo, Quaama, Tilba Tilba and Brogo, daily, Saturday excepted, at 10.30 p.m. . . ?? Tathra and Tathra Road, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10.30 p.m. - ?...:?; Towamba,' Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Wyndham, via Pambula, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, 10.30 p.m. Eden,' Pambula, Woluirila and Merim bula, daily, Saturday execpted, 10.30 p.m. Merimbula, via Jullat, Thursday, 10. 30 p.m. Candelo, Kamoruka, Kanoona, daily, 10.30 p.m. Tanja, Wapongo, Murra). and Berma gui, direct, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10.H0 p'.m. Via Cobargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 10.30 D.m. Angledale, Monday and Thursday at 10.30 p.m. Buckjo, Tuesday and Friday at 10.30 p.m.
Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVED from [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from Sydney overland, via Coomn ami Iteniboku, daily (Sunday oxcuptcd) at 10.10 p.m. Sydney, by steamer, Tuesday andFri dny, time underlain. Goulburn, Coomu, Jlonaro' distinct, Victoria ami South-Western dintricfe, daily, Sunday uscepted, at 10.10 p.m. Braitlwnod', Araluen, Moruya, Budalln, Milton, Butuiiiun's Bay, Nelligen, Co banro, Quaania and Brogo, daily, Sun day exceptcd, at 7 p.m. Tathra and Tathra- Road, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday und Saturday, at 0 p.m. ? Candelo, Jlogilla, Kameruka, Kanoo na, daily at 7.30 p.m. Tmvamba, TimbiUica, Rocky Hall, Catlicart, and Wyndliam/via Pambtiln, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7.30 p.m. Kden, Pambula, Wolumla, Greig's Flat, Milligandi and Murimbuht, daily at 7.30 p.m.. Merimbula, via Jcllat Jcllat, Friday at 7 p.m. Wyndham, Rocky Hall,' Pericoe and Burragate, via Caudclo, Monday and Wednesday at 7.30 p. nii ? Tanja, Wapengo, The Murrah and Bennagui direct, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 p.m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
CHURCH SERVICES' CHUnCII OF KNGI.AND. J)IV1NE SERVICE will be liuld us under:— St. John's Clmrrti, ncgn-TSvory Sunday nt 11 u.in.and /.SOp.m. Holy Communion on 1st Sunday nt 11 n.m. nml ard Sunday at 8 a.m. Tniijtt, Sundav 'Jstli. CiANOX MARTIXi B.A., Rector. JASUAHY. no-Scttlvmcnt. .?U-SnmuiiBBii. FEIIRUAKY. .'-— Ilrnirn. II ? Wiillm-not. '.i-AiiBliMliile. II— Tmiju. 18-Wallnwml. ?»-. ? 'I1,,., I,, -.1— liinjti. KAMERUKA. JliMiilMika II h.ih''(m.'cO '*''? J until wiuiKU) :t p.m. Ctindulo -!.:» ii.ni. Mounliillll Services. K. WILKINSON, Aiillllg-ltcctor. UATIIOI.IC. ~ ^[ASS will bo celebrutwl us under :- Unfa every Sunday ut 'J nnd 11a.m., nnd Devu. lions ut 7.20 p.m. i J. J. GUNNING. AUSTRALIAN METHODIST CHURCH. gERVICES will be conducted us under :- JANUARY. Jim. 2S-I[ninc Mission Similar Deputation Jter. n. llnme, Hepi 11 nnd 7.30, WailaBoot ,. » lMii.. HroRO .. 'I p-iii., (.Mr. Johnson). k 29— llL'Rll Ilnnil of Hniii!. :il— Aiiuunl Homo Missionary Meeting. FK1IRUARY. 1-WnllnKoot...
Live Stock and Otter Sales. Auctioneers Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
Live Slack and Other Sales. Auctioneers Rujioil's. K. 1. !YI1 held a most, successful sale ii f Constable Wilson's house hold fiirniluro and effects on Thursday. W. C. .Allan and Co. report ro Tuesday's sale : Fat cows £i 2s (id to £(- (i's, springers ,£5 12s to £V- 15s, poddy heifers ,£1 5s, year lings to J Is, mixed Jersey poddies IGs, Jersey steers 10s to Kis, small store pigs 15s, yearling light har noss colt £0, bay pony £'i 17s Gd. E. I. Pell reports having held a most successful sale of cattle at Iho Boga saloyards on Tuesday. Pigs sold to l!)s, fat cows to £o 6s, fat heifers ^3 13.s (id to £A 3s, sprin gers £4 to ,£(5 3s, 2-ycar-olil heifers lo £2 2s (id, yearling steers lo 2Ss Gd. W. Rixon reports a large num ber of slock forward on Tuesday last. Fnt cows £o, light fat bul locks £1 !)s, springing heifers £5 5s to £G 12s Gd, Ktbre cows 30s to f)0s, yearling heifers 27s to 37s, 18 months to 2 year old heifers £2 lls, 'Zy£ to 3 year, old steers, in good condition, £% 10s, podd...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
SPORTING. — ? — Major's Creek raw meeting on March 5th has been registered. On 'Saturday Cecil Healy won the 220 yards championship -s N.S.W. . Acceptances for Moruya Town Plate, Hurdle Race, and M.oruya Handicap, close on Friday nexi. K. Doyle, a jockey, was sus-. ponded for one day at MoOrfield for dismounting before ho was told. Last issue the 'Budget' gave the date Of Candelo Autumn 'Meeting as 'I'Hh April' instead of 14th March. Troytown broke one of his legs through getting into a gutter after passing tho post in the Kilmore Handicap (Vic.) and was des troyed. St. Henry, the winner of the Moorefield Shorts Handicap on Saturday had never competed in a race before, and was not in train ing for any length of term. Tho New Zcalanders embarked for home on Saturday and were enthusiastically farcwclled by a largo crowd. A message from the King wishing them a safe and pleasant voyage was read. The billiard match ; between Mitchell and Weiss, the Australian, 16,000 up, ended in a draw....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL, W&~ BTJ^r FOR CASH, —AND— Buy only Reliable Goods. MoMURTRIE'S BEST BLUCHERS, 7/6 MEN'S GREY DUNGAREES, Ij.cst, 3/0 MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, special, 5/11 GENUINE PANAMAS, special, 12/6 IWVRODD'S. SPECIAL PANAMA, Folder, Zls. LADIES' GLACE KID SHOES, special, 6/11 THE VERY LATEST in LADIES' DAINTY SHOES. GENTS' HIGH-CLASS BOOTS and .Cool Summer CLOTHING. INSPECT MY VALUES BEFORE MAKING A SELECTION. RODD, the Mercer,1 ffiext Bank Hotel. QHURCH - ST. ' TEA ROOMS. MRS. I. COLE HAS OPltNKD n TEA TtOOM in licr promises Clmrcli-strect, Bcgn, mid ladies can rely on gutting a Hot Fragrant Cup of Tea al Mrs. Cole's GHTJItCH STREKT, BEGA. VISIT THE MORTON STUDIOS Carp-street, Bega, And have your Photo Taken as a Christ mas and New Year Greeting to Friends far away. g&- THE BEST OF WORK ONLY. ' An Enlargement mounted on India Tinted Mount (riven awny with every dozen Cabinet Photos. Old and fast-fading Photos copied and Enlarged. Picnics, Groups, Residence...
DELEGATE'S LAST RACE [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
DELEGATE'S LAST RACE The Delegate correspondent to tho BombnJa 'Herald' deals sar castically with the recent race muoting. Some extracts : — [Dkatii.— At Delegate, on 17th January, from an acute attack ot 'stiffness' brought on through mis placed leniency on the part of for mer committees, the Delegate Jockey Club, leaving a number of sorrowing horse-owners to mourn their loss. By request — no flowers. Here follow a few in me inoriam verses. The writer admits that he is not much at poetry and says : 'Anyhow the alleged racing of last week is not a subject to inspire the 'divine af llatus,' or whatever it is that induces a person to let his hair grow and make rhymes.. The committee acted as they thought was best, and unuer the circum stances, I think rightly, as if dis qualification had been resorted to in the first case of cronk running, mortification would have set in and quashed the rest of the meeting. This would not have been acting fairly in the interests of those who had paid ...
THE ROUND DANCE NOT A "SQUARE" DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
THE ROUND DflNCE NOT A 'SQUARE' DANCE. An American bishop has caused a sensation by warning his flock not to engage in waltzes, polkas, or gallops, on the delicate ground that such dances aro apt, in Gil bertian phrase, to 'bring a blush to the cheek of modesty.' But the eminent ecclesiastic says nothing about the barn dance or. the cake walk, or the 'kitchen' lancers, or any of the other frisky evolutions that observant philosophers may from time to time discern in the ballrooms of the great. Why should a bull of excommunication be launched against the waltz, that delightful pastime which Byron has described, in thrilling ponsy, while the . Cakewalk receives the tacit recognition of ecclesiastical authority? This assumption by the American bishop of the power to act as 'censor morum' is surely a trifle belated. Mr. Long, the cele brated painter, has' given us a pic ture entitled 'A Question of Pro^ priety,' in which a number of ecclesiastics aro shown gravely criticising the pas so...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
TRUST MONEYS TO LUXD. -Apply BI,AXB & CUNNINGHAM, Solicitors, Bega. rP K N ]) K 11 S . TENDERS aro invited for DRIVING 100 FEET -nt-the UOYAL GEORGE MINE, TAXJA. Tenders cloau (itli February, Particulars at W. M. BOARDMAN'S, Auckland-street, Bega. TJKGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. &F NEXT TERM begins on TUES DAY, JAN. 80th, at 9.30 a.m. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. Terms and nil information on appli cation to the Headmaster, W. C. Allan & Co. W, C. ALLAN and CO, Auctioneers, Brokers, &c. LAND VALUATION A SPECIALITY. jfjW Sales conducted In any part of the District. ADVANCES MADE ON ACCOUNT. .Account Siilus rendered Immediately after sulo, 5 FAT COWS, 5 FORWARD SPRINGERS, 30 HEAD. MIXED CATTLE. At the Central Saleyards, Bega, On Tuesday, 30th January. WC. ALLAN & CO. liavo received ? instruction!! to sell by public auction, tiH ubovu. 'Solly's' Saloon, — IN— KJT O II K R C II STUM KT, UKUA, (Next Council Chambers,) The Hairdresser & Tobacco...
A Disastrous Bush Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
? A Disastrous Bush Fire. Details arc printed of a disastrous bush lire which broke out about midday on Saturday and swept the whole of the district ; from Cul ' cairn to Corowa in the Albury district. Along the lino between Albury and Gerogery it is stated that the fire travelled as fast as the mail train for about four* 'miles. The outbreak occurred at Tluon Farm, Jindera. Up to that hour the men wore engaged on the win nower at Red Gum Swamp. When they ceased for lunch smoking was indulged in by some of them, and it is thought that a lighted match or spark from one of the pipes wus the cause of thn conflagration. At the time a high southerly wind was blowing, and although the fire was noticed almost immediately, there was no hope of checking it, and in a few minutes the flames wore rushing rapidly through the grass and crops, licking up every thing before them. In 10 minutes the fire front covered at least half a mile. The harvesting hands, and many willing helpers from neighbori...
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
THEY SAY: That after tho aldermanic elec tions it is likely that the question of a water cart or even a compre hensive water supply will receive serious consideration' That the bargain price list issued by Duggan and Co's Paragon Stores should be perused by the household economist. That a Monaro paper has only just found out that Perry M.L.A. donated X250 of his Tattersalls sweep-winnings to the Ballina Hospital. That the good dredge Antleon is required atseveral places just now — there is a constant, demand for dredges on the bar harbours of N.S.W. That after a lapse of about a quarter of a century the Harbor and RiversJDepartmcnt has found out that there are thousands of tons of tramway material rusting on the banks of the Moruya river — the iron is now being shipped to Sydney. That Brydon, of Gipps Street, invites coiniwrison of prices and a study of quotations in this issue. That the new Liquor Act is re sponsible for a breach in the friendship of Nelligen's two lead ing citizen...