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Cobargo Jockey Club Annnal Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
Cobargo Jockey Club Annual Races. Tiik following are the nominations and weights for tho different events at the Cobargo District Jockey Club's annual meeting on Mon day: — OPENING HANDICAP, 6- fur longs. st lb Dozy ... ... ... 9 5 Rullian ... ... ? i) 5 Huretta ... ... ... 8 10 Caesar ... ... ... ; 8 0 Icicle ... ... ... 7 10 Woodrose ... ... ... 7 10 Rapid River ? 7 6 Zetwcll ? 6 10 J.A ? G' 9 COBARGO HANDICAP, about 1 mile. Rullian ? 9 5 Atlantean ? 9 0 Future ? 8 5 Huretta ? 7 9 Icicle ? ... 7 3 Cordite ? 7 0 Zctwcll ? '.. G 9 J.A ? 0 7 HANDICAP. TROT 1# miles. Creamy ? scr Great Scott ? scr sees, bhd Huon Bess ? 5 Austral Boy ? '. .... 15 Numbugga1' ? 20 X.M. ... ? 20 Rebel Maud ? ... 25 Toronto ? 35 FLYING HANDICAP 7 furlongs. Ruffian ? 9 5 Huretta ? 8 7 Previous ? 8 5 Icicle ' ... ' ? ? 7 7 Cordite ? 7 3 Rapid River ? 7 3 J.A ? '. ? 6 1
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
As You Like It. 11 1 must have liberty Wlthnl, its Inrt-c R chnrler us Hie nlml. To blow 011 u-fiiim I nluiMii.' -' As You Like It.' (Act II., sc. 7). In many quarters the suggestion is made that Australia should send a shipload 01 wiicat to 1110 laminc stricken millions of Japan. On broad humanitarian grounds the proposal is a noble one and should commend itself to every human being whoso charity is wide and cosmopolitan enough to know no creed, class or color when gaunt famine stalks any country. Then it is thai every man should recog nise that lie' is 'his brother's keeper.' But, from the narrower standpoint of patriotism Austra lians should stand by Great Britain's ally in her hour of need, when starvation is rampant and hundreds are dying for want of food. The Hi.-ockt fiopcs that Aiis f.rnliii. will ulinvv t.hnt, tin; alliance is not only for .purpose.-; of mutual military and naval protection, but that a higher .spirit of Christian duty will induce the people to oxur eise tha...
The A.J.C. Anniversary Meeting. TO-DAY'S RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
The A.J.C. Anniversary Meeting. TO-DAY'S RACING. Following arc the results of to day's racing at the A.J.C.'s Anni versary Meeting : Trial Stakes— Simmoran 1, Quibble 2, Calala 3 ? Nursery Handicap— Posiodon (7, 10) 1, Roosevelt (7.11) 2,Dea(8.0) « ; Corinthian Mi.e— Pause (10.12) ??^fllljiVC(r (11.7) 2, Dramatic \- : )J i Challengo Stakes-The 1'oJ (7.12) 1, Airloch (9.9) 2 ; Cakewalk (7.9) 3; January -Hah- (,l!.c'toilinos -7'12) !. P'ocooa (-.G) 2, Graceton (8.12) 3; Welter T^jndor (8.12) 1, Miss Simmef (8.0) 2, Clonsilla (7.7) 3. Tho Nimitybollo Jockey Club meeting on February 14th has been granted registration. T'10 Piinibula River Aquatiq -lub (formerly known as the Broad water Rowing Club) will hold a regatta on 17th March. ? nn^:^.'n:!c^'d ?? Rowan were «».' u,™ AiU at the Rodforn m »?'? lTday for ^oaohos of tho Betting Act. Tho Amateur Athletic Associa tion 1ms dismissed tho appeal of Shrubb, the long-distanco runner, against his disqualification for pro' essiomihsui.
THE PASSENGER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
THE PASSENGER LIST. The s.s. Bega's passengers to Sydney on Wednesday : — From Eden— Miss Prim. From Jlerim bula — Messrs. Burton, Dobbie, Master Buckett. From Tathra — Messrs. Wren, Sponco (2), Brown (3), Holmes, Curtis, Cusack, Oliffc, Mrs. Gaunson, Miss McGregor, Sisters of Charity (2), Masters Wren, Gaunson (2), Richards. From Bormagui — Messrs. ' Lyons, Brodic, Mrs. Roberts, Miss Lyons, Master Lyons, and one in, tho steerage. . ? : , Passengers per steamer . Eden yesterday :— -For Bormagui— JIcs damos Young, Maddock. Jlessrs. Young, Haslingclcn, Callin, Smith. For Tathra— Messrs. Weston, Tho mas, Dyan, Rheinborger, Sharps (2), Master Fraser, Mesdames Chancoy, Hucsson, tho Jlisses Francis (2). Sweetland, Weston, Alexander, Popplewell, Green, Coady, McDonald, For Eden Miss Downton, Mr. Russell. Tho Eden sailed at 11 a.m.
The Federal Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
The Federal Situation. TirK context utwlil liu ljutueen those now in o/lieu and tliofu HiipportiMy tlii'in on the one side us champions of Augtrn lian development, and on the other side those whose jmlicy meiiiit more rugnrd for the foreigner than for the Australian. — Extract from a speech by Attorney ? General Isaacs delivered on Monday night. It is not an uncommon thing to hear allegedly level-headed men taboo the discussion of the fiscal question and actually affirm with dogmatic cocksureness that the thing is dead and gouo and done with for ever, and that the paper which digs it up is a backnumber, doesn't know what it's talking about and -is a pitiable crank generally. Well, at the risk of being classed in that category the Budget is going to talk about the fiscal business for the good and sufficient reason that the next elections will be fought out on fiscal lines— that is if you can beliove the assurances of Prime Minister Deakin and two of his colleagues — Attorney - Genera...
CALENDAR FOR JANUARY, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
CALENDAR FOR JANUARY, 1906. c g ,£ 3 Si »' 2 rt .3 -5 SO .« ?3 Day of Week M - ^ a p ' * % 1 ? S ^ M I M AM. *..M. 1 Monday i 40 7 10 10 48 11 11 2 Tuesday 4 47 7 10 11 42 11 4.'! I) WcdiicHtlny 4 48 7 10 p.m. a.m.. 4 Thursday 4 4!) 7 10 1 21) 12 Hi B Friday 4 50 7 10 2 22 12 47 II Saturday 4 51 7 10 .'! lfi 1 20 7 SUNDAY' 4 f-2 7 10 -l 11 1 /-!'? 8 Monday 4 52 7 10 5 5 2 :«!? !) Tuesday 4 fill 7 11 fi 5!) 3 1!) 10 Wcilni'Hilny 4 54 7 11 0 50 4 8 11 Thursday 4 55 7 11 7 40 5 0 12 Kridnv 4 6B 7 11 8 20 5 58 ?I:1. Snturilnv 4 r-0 7 10 !1 i) « 57 14 SUNDAY 1 57 7 10 !) 40 8 0 15 Monday 1 58 7 10 0 2- l- z ]« Tuesday 5 0 7 10 1 45 10 5 17 Wednesday 5 1 7 1- 1 3 11 !) 18 Thursday 5 2 7 il a.m. i'.m. 1!) Fridav 5 3 7 !- 12 21 1 1' 20 Saturday 5 3 7 d 1 « 2 22 21 SUNDAY i4781 51! I! 27 22 Monday 5 5 7 8 2 41! 4 30 23 Tuesday '- -i 7 8 3 38 5 2K 24 Wednesday 5 7 7 7 4 37 (! 22 25 Thursday 5 8 7 (i 5 !W 7 11 2(1 Friday 5 10 7 K (! 37 7 51 27 Saturday 5 11 7 5 7 37 8 3'. 28 SUNDAY 5 12 7 4 8 ...
Polly's Stony. A SERIAL STORY. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
Polly's Stony. A SKKIAL STORY. PART I. 'And ho, you see, tho sum total is this— that it's a matter 'of thirty or forty thousand pounds this time — more than I can get together. The Jews won't wait for my uncle's death and tho chance of being his heir — and small blame to them! And you see, too, that I must either leave England or be— be nabbed.' He paused to think of a better word, I suppose, but couldn't find it. 'And,' he went on, with such great tenderness in his voice that it was quite painful, 'you see, too, my poor dear, that you can't help me. You won't have, with all your wealth, such a sum as that at your own private disposal for the next two or three years, and, if you had, I wouldn't take it from you!' He said . this very gently, and then he got up, with a sigh. 'Miss Priscilla, said he, 'you'd better go now, I think. ItV get ting very late for you to bo out. I'll not try to thank you. I can't — I can't! You've made a man of. me again, litmus any connori- iu you. Heaven b...
[BY CABLE]. London, Thursday. THE STEAMER VALENCIA A TOTAL WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
[By Cahle]. London, Thursday. THE STEAMER VALENCIA A TOTAL WRECK. The steamer Valencia, which went ashore at Cape Scale, Van couver, has become a total wreck. The crew and passengers numbered 154 of which only 15. were saved. The vessel struck where the rocks rise precipitately -100 feet. The life boats wore swamped when being lowered. THE ELECT rONS. The state of the parties is: Libe rals 312, Unionists 137, Nationa lists 77, Labor 4S. LORD ROSEBISRY'S SON ELECTED. ; Lord Dalincny, son of Lord Rosebcry, has been elected by a largo majority. - DISMAY IX JOHANNESBERG. . British residents at Johannesberg ure dismayed at tho British Go vernment's attitude towards the Transvaal Constitution and .Chi nese labor. ARMY STABLES DES TROYED BY FIRE. Tho army stables at Willcsden, Middlesex, have boon destroyed by fire. Eighty horses wore killed and 200 stampeded, killing a pe destrian. . ' v
ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR, Customer: 'Arc those live or six wedding-rings all you have in stock? Why, you've got a whole tray full of engagement rings!' Jeweller: 'Yes, sir; and it will take that whole tray full of engagement rings to work off those five or six wedding-rings. 5r '?* ?* The superintendent ot a large lunatic asylum directed one of the inmates to whitewash the walls. The patient did as directed, and really performed a very creditable job, but' for some reason he ne glected to white wash the space over the clock. 'That is very well done,' said the official as be returned to inspect. 'But why did you leave that space over the clock?' 'Oh, I don't believe in working over time,' was tho ready response. _-* * , « Actor: 'When I stand on the stage I sec nothing, and am con scious of nothing, but tho role I am playing. Tho audience disappears entirely!' Friend: 'Well, 1 can't blame the audience much for that!' * * * A dishonest butcher, who habit ually gives short weight, lias i...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. Butteh, choice ll-id, prime lOd to lid, cheese 4d to aj^d, eggs lOd to lid, maize 4s to 4s 2d, potatoes £4 to £1 10s, turkey hcus'Gs to 7s, gob blers 12s to 18s, hens 2s to 2s 9d, roosters 4s, oaten hay ,£3 lGs 8d to fi. A TERRIBLE TALE OF HEAT. On Wednesday a woman left her mother'^ residence with two small children with the intention of walking to Inglebar, five miles away, and thirty miles from War ren. It is supposed that the wo man took tho wrong track, for she was found wandering in tho bush. One boy died from the dreadful heat and thirst. The woman reached a waterholc and after the other child had a drink it also died. The distracted mother ran through the bush cooeing franti cally and was rescued by some neighbors. SWEPT DOWN A STORM WATER CHANNEL. Two girls sought shelter during a thunderstorm 'yesterday in a storm-water channel, North Syd ney. They were swept along the channel and the younger, Edith Byrne, aged six, was car...
From Our Correspondent. COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
From Our Correspondent. COBARGO. Tuksdav was the hottest day fall in Colmrgo k.r yours, Uio reading buing 100 in the shade at the post ollico, 90 at the factory and 94 in the coolest room at the Post Office Hotel. Air. W. Phillips was thresh ing rye in a small paddoek close to the factory and got a slight sun stroke, lie was vury bad for a few hours. Mr. F. G. Roberts is very ill and has been for ii week. Ho is to-night (Wednesday) very, very low,, and his family fear it is serious with him. lie is suffering from a car buncle on his neck and the con tinuous bleeding has made him very weak. His attendant's say he has lost ground since this morning, and yesterday was a very trying day for him. This morning (Wednesday) Arthur Purnell, youngest son of Mr. W. Purnell, of Tan to, and aged about 10 years, was bitten by a snake. He started from the house to go to where his brother was working in a. corn paddoek, and on running through some ferns trod on a snake— a black one, he says— which ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
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CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
CANDELO. The weather since last writing has been oppressively warm. On Friday the glass reached 100 and on Tuesday the record was 103. The increased temperature is due, no ciount, to tne uusii lire raging in the Wyndham mountain. The various roads in this locality are in a very bad state, being inches deep in dust, and travelling is now done in discomfort. A few showers of rain would be a blessing to those who are compelled to travel on our roads. ' Mr. A. Bruntnell concluded his mission in Candelo on Friday night. Altogether 47 signed the pledge in Candelo, a number of whom have already joined the local lodge. Tho infant daughter of Mr. W. Johnson, who underwent an opera tion in the Bega Hospital on Sa turday, died on Sunday night and was buried in Candelo on Monday. Great sympathy is expressed with the parents in their bereavement. On Monday the various schools re-opened and so far there are no changes in the teachers in this district. The turf club's decision in refus ing to re-o...
ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
ROCKY HALL. The weather continues hot and dry, and grass is fast going off. On Tuesday intense boat prevailed, and tho glass registered 113 in the shade. The town is enveloped in smoke from tho bush fires which are all round the district. Far mers and others are afraid that we might have a repetition of the dreadful (ires which swept the country last season. The crops wear a' withered appearance. The glass to-day has dropped to 90 de grees, and we are in hopes of a change. Light rain is already fall ing. The new Liquor Act is not re lished here by those who aro in the habit of meeting in the hotel on Sundays for — well, a yarn.
LOCAL AKD GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 January 1906
LOCAL m GENERAL At the Police Court on Thursday morning James Lambert and J. Cotterill. were^ fined £2 and XI re spectively for' riotous behavior. 'T.W.T.? ?Tanja.—l'avf iuulars did not 'reach the Bijihskt ofiiee until Wednesday morning — of course loo late for publication. *. * * Ai.Timuciii there is jioml feed' out Wolumlawsiy, the hot 'winds of the past week have browned tin.1 pad docks considerably. Away Inwards Caudclo bush fires have broken out, jut tlio light rain of Wednesday night should stay their spread. * « 0 In the report of the Brogo con cert last Saturday our correspon dent inadvertently omitted to iucludtvtlio names of Mosdames E. Dansey and J:is MoLeml, those ladies' assisting in providing re freshments. * * «:- Tin: wbeiit-loadiiig dispute at Darling Island is stilt going on, and the loading of the vessels is being continued with non-unionist labor. Tho. Stevedores' Association is very well satisfied with the work being done. ?» ?* -S JI11. L. SciiAKEit, of the Rai...
Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906
Live Stock and Other Sales. William Iiixon notifies : On Thursday, 1st February, at 2 o'clock, at the land sale rooms, Mr. T. Laidmairs household fur niturcand effects, also first-class single-hooded buggy (nearly new), phaeton, pony and horses. On Tuesday, 13th February, at the Boga saleyards, the lease for a term of three years from 1st Ap ril, Mr. W. Scott's choice farm at Kanoona, containing 152^ acres. Fronts tho river, is within a quar ter mile of creamery, and is con veniently sub-divided. Near Dcvonport, in tho West Coast district, Tasmania, lives an old lady, who is the mother of 2!- daughters, all married.
BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906
i BEMI50KA. (By the DittiAMEii.) I wound up a brief interval with 'public man' by a few 'verbal hits' over (ho coming rabbit, ques tion. Bidding him good-day I strolled up the .street and in to have a yarn with the genial 'Harry.' Xot lindinii him at homyl induced | Miss Alma, to play me a tune on th' piano. This over, her younger sister joined Miss Alma and she I iicitn sang anil playcii f ?plcniliUly | — Alma in 'alto' and the younger j sisl'-r ''bass.' No doubt those two | little girls are quite a credit, to Mr. j and Mrs. Maunder, and (hoi '?Dreamer' passes them off 'by say ing that Bega audiences will encore thoso girls yet. Strolling out I ? discussed the vexed -|ite-tion of tho Federal Capital with Mr. 1J. M.. who seems to think that the idea of I shifting the choice to' Ynss or any i other part now is very remote. Tie ! considers the Federal Capital is a ! certainty for Dalgety. Do you know that Mr. Maunder is one of j the keenest men you can find here ! on matters of tho ki...
From Our Correspondent. COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906
From Our GorresponfonL COBARGO. 'J'iik country round Cnbjir^n never looUeil iH't'tcr nnd Iho |):isttirn.m; and vegetation of every viiriuty lire growing luxuriantly. 'Tliis district seems to have been specially favored this season, there lieinp; mi uLueucu of those puruliiiiK winds of fovinur years. Tlio growing crops are the bust seen liuru for year.--. iMe.^i^. Jf. and .John Walsh, Hie successful young Verona fanners, have taken 'possession of tliu Wan geruka jirciperly, a compact farm whose jiuddoeUsare within a stone's throw of the Colmrgo Co-opernlivc JJutter Factory- Miek and Jack are the sort of young men who are a welcome addition to any com munity and CoUar^o is fortunate in getting them. Mr. John Moloney has finished the cutting and filling in ]-crma- Ijui Street on tho Court House hill. A new culvert has also been built near the bar.!: promise?, and when the ini-tn! is spread the job will he ready to hand over to tho ltosul Superintendent. T mo Jjucnion brothers who for m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906
P$i^ *?f^ tr%-* (C^ /*'x*?^ PI ffilfr wwj' ?7Vj ^£j Ivalffifl i^a ^^S»oiLii&% THE POPULAR JEWELLER, |$$p VISITS IVIOG A WCRIOmCALLY, ''$§§ Linl aln-nyt) does yunil Imsim*.-', simply because he cnri-iuti m- niM'Hi, but jrivos JIONKST VALUE, be the nrtirlo of the cheapest kind or must exinMisiw description. V/pJ. SOU'.KHG has Ik'Cii travellinj,' the Ilejia district for ninny yenrr-, nnd tins IjL people have CDiilidemv in him — the result of straight dealing. If you want iiytliiii;: from tne modest plain gold ring to the daz/.Hng'dianKiiul tiara, wait until Ir. Sol burg cornea. 1 Cowing Bros, jj 1 J4 'Austral' 1 1 , m /' \ ? £?. I ^f «5 & m *-*&£ * § i i\ !''''%- To Measure, *M3| j | |j ? J / I TO Fr°m' ' ' B ^ i 'i ; Tliu latest wcavings in Spring anil Summer styles mid weights - J }? from the celebrated MARRICKVILLE MILLS— Cloth as selected J I and worn by His Excellency the Governor General, l'ox's f^ i, last dye Serges, pure indigo. Fit, finish, materials nn...