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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

Inter-District Summary Sir Reginald Tnllmt, Governor of Victoria is lishing at Jindabyne. At Delia River grass is very scarce and in many cases cattle are dying from starvation. The Innamincka which left Cairns (Q) last week had on board 20,000 bunches of bananas. Judge Fitzhardingo and parly caught over 100 trout in the Snowy Uivor near Jindabyne in six days. Mr. Archie McDonald, ? late of Cobargo, is leaving the Nimitybelle district. He has secured a dairy near Tumut. At Codringlon (R. River), a man shot a hare and brought it to the newspaper oflice where the towns people regarded it as a curiosity. Up North a gentleman has offered to give 20 new selections on his gramaphone, and tho local paper refers to the affair as a ' a musical treat !' The Milton band has been en gaged to play at Moruya annual races and shew. The price for play ing at the show is ^10 and for the races £8. Moruya used to hnyc one of the best bands on the S. Coast but want of public support snuffed it out. At ...

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 — 31 January 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. — ?»o.t.:.:.S'C:-«* — THIS ZE-A-IR/ILi-X- ID-A^S. By CHARLES WHITE.' ' Hti atvtkti VT. — flnnfi/intRtl. During dinner time ho said, 'I havo a- down on you, ??Benyon ; when I was a kid, 17 years ago, you swopped a horse with mo which was no good, but I am no kid now.' This talk naturally led to a rough and tumble fight be tween the bushranger, Benyon, and Benyon's brother Stephen ; und a little later in the 'afternoon Piesley was seen galloping off to the barn, where the Bcuyons had gone to work. .In the skirmish which followed Stephen Benyon got a bullet in his arm, and the ?'? ,. ' master of the house was shot ; through the throat and spine. ? The strange part of the affair is that none of the men about the place attempted to arrest l'iesley, although they saw that poor Bcn yon had received his death wound. The murderer stayed in the house fora couple of hours afterwards, 'looking at Mr. Benyon,' said the poor wife afterwards, 'with a re volver in each hand....

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

BOOT'S 'IS RIZ.' i£S!F~ The alert Business Man of to-' . day Watches the Market, places his /;.,.. Orders befoie the rise, and Gives His' \-r Customers the Benefit. W SPECIAL PURCHASE GENTS' BOOTS, LADIES' BOOTS and SHOES, CHILDREN'S BOOTS. — Secured Before the Rise for Gash* — WtT A GUARANTEED SAYING EFFECTED OF 25 PER CENT. AN INSPECTION SOLICITED. RODD,theMercer, MerA Barak Hotel, QHURCH - ST. TEA ROOMS. | , MRS. I. COLE HAS Ol'KNKD n TKA NGO1I in licr premises) Clinrch-streut, liega, and huliua ran rely on getting a Hot Fragrant Cup of Tea at Airs. Cole's CHURCH STliEKT, BEGA. VISIT ? _^ THE MORTON STUDIOS Carp-street, Bega, And have your Photo Taken as a Christ mas and New Year Greeting io Friends far away. SHOT THE BEST 01' WORK ONLY. An Enlargement mounted on India Tintud Mount given awny with every dozen Culjinet Photos. Old and fast-fading Photos copied and Enlarged. Picnics, Groups, Residences, Cattle, Pho tographed in any part of the district. PPAIVIP^ If vou have a Pictu...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

ODDS AND ENDS. A phenomenal hailstorm occurred in tho northern suburbs on Thurs day afternoon. Between Chats wood and llosedale hailstones as largo as liens' eggs fell. - The King of the Belgians makes only one appearance at public wor ship in the course of. the year. This is on the clay which com memorates his accession to thu throngs. Tlio largest tree in the world, a Californian redwood, was recently felled. This forest giant was 27ft in diameter, and was over 200ft A poor musician, who found in :i gutter in Berlin a pearl necklace, worth £8000, which had been lost by Mrs. Albu, of South Africa, was rewarded with £240. During the 11 months of 1905, imports to the United States amounted to £215,690,204, while the exports totalled ^285,44-1,6-H, which constitutes a record in American commerce. # It is calculated that nearly ,£1,100,000 is paid each year in salaries to British football pro fessionals. This is allowing 16 professionals to eacli club, and £S a week as average salary. ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

FROM THE BULLETIN. A Fkkxcii inventor claims to hav-i perfected the combination of liio graph and phonograph after which thousands of scientific men have been striving for ton years. It is claimed that, one movement ope rates both machines, and the theatre-goer of tho future may watch Melba's bosom heave as she eels out her too notes, and hear the sickening thud of*- .James Jef fries' dirty left on Jack O'Brienta. jaw at precisely tho moment he sees that lightning fiat dart for ward. * * * Chinkie to white boosor: 'By cli', you no Sunday, beer? Me no opium pipe. AVe brudders in distress.' * #- X- Is a man, pushing a cart along, driving or walking? This is the latest legal question which; tlio High Court will yet have to decide. A Bcndigo tribunal was asked to line a man last week because he was pushing a barrow along tho righi hand side of the road, the police holding that he was 'driv- ing on the wrong side.' His lawyer contended, just as stoutly, that he was obeying the bylaw that...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DALGETY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

DALGETY RACES. Thksk races were run off on Friday. Following are tho results: — Opening Handicap.— Sylvia 1, Togo 2, Golden Ringer 3. Seven started. Members' Handicap.— Merilba 1, Itajah 2, Wattoo 3. Five started. Dalgety Handicap. — Cyrano 1, Zola 2, Sunoria 3. Other starters: Referee, Whalebone. A magnifi cent race. Zola made a bold bid for the prize, but could never get quite on even terms with Cyrano. ? Woodlark Stakes.— Rejected 1, Woodbine 2, Myack 3. Threeonly started. Flying Handicap.' — Zola 1^ In verona 2, Phyllis 3. This was the race of the day. Zola won on the post by half a head, a similar dis tance separating second and third horses. Ladies' Bracelet. — Kingcraft 1. Seven started.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1906. ' -~ y £« rjj ?3 Day of Week *'? - ,. ~ ' & ' § * 1 I II J| II ,M I' M. I'.M. 1 Tlmrsilnv T. 1(1 7 2 12 IS U I!) a Kriilny ?'. f- 17 7 11 (i II 51 a .Sutunliiv fi 1' 7 I -' -- -»?»'? ?i sUiN'OAV r. is 7 o '-' fin 12 :ti T. Monday ii 111 C- BH :i -IS I 12 is Tiu'wiay r. ai n ns -i io i mi 7 Wednesday fi 21 I! f-7 0 ill 2 PI) H Tlmrstlny n 22 I! nil (i III :l -Ifi !l Kriilny ' S 2:! (i r« 7 I -I -l-l 10 Sat until v 5 21 (i 5-1 7W1 ii -IS 11 SIJNDA'Y n 2(! « M S 2:1 IS fin 12 J!.»ii.ln.v r, 27 (i r-:'. !- « ~- N'- IIS 'I'lU-wlnv ?'. 2S (i Pa !l II '.) 1 II Wwlm-silnv n 2(1 li PI 10 2.1 0 (I IP Thursday ' P 2!l I! fid II P 11 11 l(i Friday '. P :H)|li P» H »0 p.m. 17 Sulimlay P :!D|(I IS a.m. I Ml 18 SUNDAY P :;i|C. -17 12 :!S 2 21 1!) Jloiulnv P :i2i« -111 1 ill ;! 20 20 TmiHilnv P :?,:;!(?. IP 2 2(1 I M 21 Wedmwdav P :i-l (I II '- 2P P I 22 Thursday ' P HP (i -I:! I 2o P 111 21! Friday ' P :'.ti I! 12 o 21 l- 2!l 24 Sntnnlnv '- '.7 Id -II li 21 7 P...

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Wallagoot Regatta, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

Wallagoot Regatta, Tiik third regatta hold under the auspices of the Wallagoot Club eame off on Friday (Anniversary Da}1). The attendance was satis factory and the weather was a trifle on the warm side although a breeze at times tempered the sun's rays. The non-appearance of the motor launch was a disappointment to many. All the olliuials workuil hard, and the 'Jilla Jilla' band under the conductorship of Mr. John Russell, played a programme which was much appreciated. Following are the results of the different events : — Youths' Sculling Hiu:e. IF. Ward (Morimbula) scr ? 1 W. Scott, Ssecs ? 2 Time;, 7 minutes. A. Kankin and L. At field also started. ^11-eoniers' Sculls. C. 1'dwer (Kdun) G sec* ? 1 A. Thompson, 24 sees ? i \V. Lindwall, eer ? 3 W. Hnnlon, G. . Watersoh, W. Smith and J. Hart also started. Power won easilyiin 12 minutes. Swimming Uaee : F. J. Murrell, 1, J. Carson 2. ? ' '. ' Greasy Pole : J. Monckl ' Ladies' Race : Ethel ? Elliott 1, Ada Meaker 2. ... Girls' Race: Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

THE NEWSPAPER THE 'SOUTH. i.ia'k i.r.\n!xi.i Ain'roi,!-::?, 'i'l.i'il'.W. ir.\!tA'ii:.\IlIIS, INTKK-IilSTHIOT NKWS. .it.actively Wriilsn and Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

ADVERTISING. ?SiNlil.K COLUMN'— First Inch- !!h, every siiwundin^ Inch Is. lid. !)()UM.H.(X»U:.\iX— Kiit.1 Im-li, 5s«, every suuivuiliii)! Inch 2a. lid. $®r SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING AD VbRTISEMENTS. ?Adduess: CHURCH -ST., I3I3QA.

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CRICKET. VICTORIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

. CRICKET. - VICTORIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. This fixture was commenced at the Sydney ground on Friday, and, as far as figures are available, the following is the state of the scoring. As tho game stands the visitors re quire 243 to win and have seven wickets to fall. Scores :— Now South Wales. — 1st innings. J It M Maekay, c Collins, b Saundcrs ... ... ... 18 A Diamond,- c. Walnc. b Saun dcrs ...' ? 27 MA Noble, c Laver, -b Saun dcrs ? 0 V Trumper, b S Hinders ... 101 R A Duff, b Saundcrs ... 27 E F Waddy, e Collins, bSaun ders ? 15 C G Macartney, b Saundcrs ... 1 H Carter, c Jones, b Collins ... 13 : A Cotter, b Collins ..'. ... 35 G L Garnsey, c Christain, b Collins ? 13 J A. O'Connor, not out ... 0 Sundries 7 Total 2G3 I Saunders 7 for 122, Collins 15 for 1 Co, Lavor 0 for 24, Christian 0 for f 37, WarnoOfor G. I Second Innings. jj Mackay, c Collins, b Christian JiO £ Diamond, l.b.w. b Collins ... 23 g Noble, not out ? 107 I Trumper, b Christian ... 23 E ])uff, b Saunders ... ... 0...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

SPORTING. At the Tillia sports on Friday W. Soutliiiin (16 yds) won thu big handicap, II. Stewart (9 yds) 2, Li. Graham (13) 3, C. Bate (3 yds) ?J. For tho last 15 days in January no loss llian 38 meetings were an nounced in N..S.W. There are 28 days in February and it has '21 race meetings announced. The 'Niinilybollo jockey club has been reorganised and a strong eoni mittee formed with Mr. Joseph Silk as president. Races are to be held on the 14th instant. Referring to the gambling evil in his evidence before the Police Commission on Friday, Detective Sergeant O'Donnell said that thcro were eleven racecourses in the metropolitan area, and that was the root of the whole thing. Witness added thai there were no race courses within 20 miles of London. The Tilba -District Cricket As sociation has chosen the following to play the pick of Boga on Satur day, February 10th, on the latter wicket: Ted. Boxsell, 'W. Boxsell, C. Bate (Tilba Tilba), R. Andy (Wallapa), Rus. Boxsell, J. H. Crapp,...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

SPORTING. Morion rode three winners at Cobargo races. Botheration- is looked upon as Uullian's most dangerous rival for the big honors at Moruyu. J). Dunsinore scored well at Cobar^o, llirco wins being credited to tho stable. The gate takings at tlio Cobargo races on Monday amounted to £23 10s 6d. ^Vl- U1U ilJUllLIlL^ ilJUUllll^ Ul bllU A..T.C. committeo yesterday, the disqualifications inflicted in the Dalgety case were upheld. The secretary of the Kalgoorlic Unciiij? Club (W.A.) states that the upkee]) alono of the club last year cost ifJoOO, and that this year' the cost will be ^7000. At the Major's Creek race meet ing on Friday Botheration won the Handicap and Wandella (a horse said to have been bred in this district and sired by Thespian) won the last race. The meeting was highly successful. At tho Dunuilin Highland gathering at the beginning of this month, Frank Ford, of Inverciir gill, threw a 221b hammer a dis tance of 100ft. 10 J4 inches, and es tablished a world's record. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

ADVERTISEMENTS. rnuiJST jioxkys to lksjj. X -Apply ULAN I) & (JUNMNlillAM, Solicitor.-;, Ik-gii. ?XT7-AXTKD.— A GOOD GHNHUA1, , VV . SEltVA XT.— Apply, JIKS. VOSS,' Bunk X. S. Wales, JJugn. ril u I, K T. KIVK-UOOMKI) G(riTA(!K in Carp street, lately occupied by .Mr. lilnxlnnd. ? ' '''liY.vxij & cL?x^?I^?(iIrA^r, Solicitors, Ucya. T» K G A J)l S T K L OT H O S P ITAL. ' TIJH adjourned AXXUAf. MKKT IXCi of SUr.SCUII'.KItH, for the 1'AAiO TIOX of COMMITTKK will be held mi WE1JXK8DAV TO-IJAY lit Sii.iii. J. M. I-KK, lion. Sw.retnry. rp H E Y ' II E B I T I N ' ! gJF 15AIT for every KIND of I'TKJI nt tliu STIJATIIMOIJl-fsTOUK, JSItlCKYAItDS. 'OEGA GUAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BLAXLAND, B.A. £ff~ PUPILS prepnreil, privntely or otliiirwiso, for all Univeifily Kxiinii nations, Hankers' Institute, and Federal Service Examinations. * SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDEIiS. QHUItCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, —BEG A — gpGST Under the auspices of Church of Kii(r. Den. In...

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BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

BAND OF HOPE. Tin-: monthly meeting of the Meihodi.st Band of Hope was held on Monday night, Mr. French in the chair. There was a good atten dance. Miss Ashby presided at the organ. A number of new members wore enrolled, after 'which a pleasant lirourammn nccimiml tho remainder of the evening. The following song- were rendered : Marion French, ''Merry Sunshine''; El.-ic Kennedy, 'Daddy Dear.' Recitation.-: Edio Daw-on, ' Toni loraiico'; Rita Balv. '? Homo-sick Pills.'' Beading, H. Faddy. Mr. French delivered one of his cus tomary earnest addresses to the children. The concluding item, a dialogue entitled ?'?Cantankerous Neighbours,' by seven of the members was particularly good. Following is a cast of characters : Edgar French (Mr. Jaggors), Pearl Parbcry (Mrs. Jaggors), Marion French (Mrs. Sqiieors), Edna Whyman (Mrs. Croach), Frid.a Sharpo (Mary Jaggors), Will Brheombo (Tommy Jagger.-), Jlorh Watson (Mr. Blobs).' There is every appearance of a big member ship being added to tho Bu...

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[BY CABLE]. London, Monday. AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY FOR THIS LIBERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

fBv C,wim-;1. London, Jli.mlay. AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY FOR TIJJS LIBERALS. The Liberals have an absolute majority of 89. Tho Postmaster (.'ieneral says it is not diflictdt to say what the Government will do wilh its majority. In the near fiiture he intended to put Elemen tary Education on a national basis, and deal with trades unions' funds to prevent them being seized to satisfy claims for acts of con -niracv. THE UZMl AND AUTOCRACY. Some nobles waited on the Czar and urged him lo maintain tho autocracy, 'flic Czar replied that ho would boar alone' the power placed upon him at Kremlin and he felt, convinced that the people would help him. Ho would give account of his power to God. PLOT TO DESTR0YT1IE CZAR. Two nuns wore arrested near the Czar's palace, and found to have bombs in their posse.-siou. The plot against the Czar was acciden tally discovered. Dynamite electric batteries were found in a subter ranean passage to the stream pass ing under Kremlin at Moscow.

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Cobargo District Jockey Club. ANNUAL HACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

Cobargo District Jockey . Club. ANNUAL HACKS'. Oitkiiai.s : President—Mr. J. P. O'Reilly ; vice-president— Mr. J. P. Walkor; treasurer— Mr. W. P. Hammond; judge — Mr. J. P. O'Reilly ; starter— Mr. D. Dmisnioro, son.; dark of scales — Mr. .1. 1*. Walker; hiui dicapper — Mr. T. Kouiiolly; clurk of course — Mr. .IS. T. (.iourlay ; secretary — Mr. W. Chambers. The annual race mootinj.' of the Colmrgo District Race Olul) was held on tlio Wandelhi course on Monday, and though in sonic in stances the fields wore small, the meeting must he considered a suc cessful one. The cluh is handi capped in that the course is situa ted such a long distance from Co hargo, nearly !) miles. The com mittee is fully aware of all the disa hilities which this part entails, and the matter has long since passed out of the realm of argument. But at the time when the club' was formed, two or three years ago, a thorough search was made for :i suitable racecourse, and a number of sites were inspected, the commit t...

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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

THEY SAY: That Brigadier Caino, of the Sal vation Army, will arrive in Boga on Sunday week on special service. That contrary to expectation more people have soon snakes in Cohacgo since the now Liquor Act has come, into force that at any previous period ; and That the people, .should keep a good look out for private stills — bad grog is probably being pro cured .somewhere. That, the market for butter seems insatiable ; and That despite (ho over increasing output from other countries and (ho multiplication of factories in Australia, a good price is invari ably sustained. That at least three weddings are freely spoken of and will probably come off within the next few months. That the strike of the wharf laborers in connection with the loading of wheat at Darling Island once more dispels the delusion that the Australian Act could bo used to prevent strikes. That 'tho Boga 'Philharmonic Society organised in connection wilh St. John's Institute is practis ing assiduously — some of thonio...

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As You Like It [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

As You Like It 'I IIHI-I llllVI'lllnTly Wllluil. as Inrv-f ii i-liiirl.-i us Hi.' n-liul, Tii Mmv 'II ivimm I iilrjw.' -' As Von Like- il.' (Act 11., w. 7). Tub history and experiences of every country progress coiiiinillco arc almost identical. The public meeting at which the first progress committee is elected is invariably large anil enthusiastic and compe tition for tliii scats keen. The chosen ones for a time put on all the airs of a newly appointed .1.1*. Hut when the time comes for tho second election the old enthusiasm has gone and the outgoing com mittee elects itself or else the movement is allowed to lap-e. After a time the public finds out that the progress committee wasn't quite (he u.-ele-s body its carping critics said it was, and the man with a grievance — he it a . 'divvoya- shun,' or a pump, or a road, or a culvert, or any of the scores of things which come within the purview of a progress committee — once more urges the few enthu siasts to convene a public meeting...

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More Markets Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 January 1906

More Markets Wanted. Tun Eilen people li:ivc unanimously decided to support . Bonibala in its commendable effort lo imhicu the Vicloriim Government to extend tho Bairusdalo railway to the New South Wales border. Of course, this will be regarded as an act of treachery, if not absolute, treason, on the part of this people, who are looking for an accessible market — a boon which has been denied them for over a quarter of :i cen tury by their own State. This Buikskt is quite prepared to 'hoar of a 'protest' meeting being organised by the good old Mother State, or that portion re presented by the 'Daily Telegraph' and 'S. M. Herald' and the wholesale and retail tradespeople of Sydney. Now that we have federation all artificial boundaries between the different States should be effaced and forgotten and trade allowed to gravitate to the nearest market.- And what N. S. Wales wants are more ports, so that the producers may gel I heir products to market promptly and as cheaply as possible. It...

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