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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
ODDS AND ENDS. A man should do all in his power to make a woman happy — if ne cessary ho should even quarrel with her. In a history lesson the children wnrn told whnt, R.G. meant. Then the teacher inquired what A.D. meant, and got from one boy the reply, 'After the devil.' A rude man, with a family of half-a-dozen daughters, lias altered 'To'rihysoii's 'Psiilins'of Life*.' His version is this : Wives and daughters all remind us We must make our little pile, And departing, leave behind us, Cash for them to live in style. Professor Farrington (Wiscon sin Dairy School) writes : — 'It has been repeatedly shown by experi ments, in this and foreign coun tries, tnat sail cioes noi usuany add to the weight of butter. The yield of salted and unsalted butter butter is about the same. The salt, as a rule, replaces a certain amount of water in the butter, and in this way makes the yield about the same in both cases. Unsalted butter generally contains more water than salted butter. When salt is ...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
SPORTING. Racket, Atlaiilcan and Charlie will be engaged at Moruya races next week. Dramatic lias been sold for 200 guineas, subject to a vet's examina tion. Moruya annual races]on Monday and Tuesday. The meeting pro mises to be. a great success. Acceptances for i the principal' ' events at Moruya races closed last night, also nominations for the Klinrf. rnnr-« In a Melbourne suburban cricket competition, The Avenue Club made a total of 1009, C. Callcson, scoring 610, not out. Dromedary is one of the 17 horses booked to leave for South Africa at the end of this month or early in March. Mr. W. J. Sherd's Inverary won the Opening Handicap at Major's Creek on Friday of last week, and Dandilion the property of the same owner won the second hack race. ine gate money taken at the Fitzsimmons-O'Brien fight was £3281. Of this the referee received £100, O'Brien .£1432, Fitzsimmons £477, and the club j£1272. There was an, agglomeration of wizzoned chivvies owned by fe males at the recent Rand...
Terrible Bush Fires in Victoria. LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
Terrible Bnsb Fires in Victoria. LOSS OF LIFE. A message from Toora, in Gipps land, states that a lire started there on Tuesday night. It devastated a stretch of timbered country, des 'Irovi'd manv homesteads, and burned the new Methodist Church imd State School. The flames, sweeping up the road, overtook the six children of Mrs. Lonsdale, and surrounded, and suffocated live of them right before their mother's eyes. They were : — Olive, 13 years of age, Daisy Harriet, 10; Francis Howard, 8; Iris, 5; Gertrude Rose, 4; and Claude Vincent, 3. They returned from school, and were put on the road by their mother. Rppomincr buwildercd bv the blaz ing country around them, and by the thick smoke, they rushed to wards the lire, and fell, suffocated. One, who. was carrying the baby, accidentally tumbled uponjit. The mother drugged the children back, and managed to save the baby. The eldest girl, Ivy (17), was also saved by getting into a creek, and remain ing there. Francis Howard linger ed fo...
Polly's Story. A SERIAL STORY. PAIIT I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
PoSBy's Story. A SERIAL STOKY. PART I. 'And liow arc we goinj; to got kick?'— We told .him. 'Would ho recognise you?' 'Oh, yc;s — especially Polly,' said Miss I'ri.scilln. Mr. Darrcll thought for a few moments. 'If L lot you out of tin's window, can you get over the iron paling at tiie end of the lawn?' 'Ves, but I'd rather not, please Mr. Darrcll, unless you wish it.' 'I do wish it. 1 wouldn't have cither of those men sco you here for worlds. Tho other man is Stephen Black. Jle would talk forever if he happened to recognise you. i'111 known for a rascal — you forgot that.' 'Hush!' cried Miss Priscilla, 'we'll do it. And so ho opened the window very softly and let us down — there wasn't 11 drop of more than four feet to the ground, and the snow lay soft and -'white beneath us — me first, then Miss Priscilla. It was all done in si very few mi nutes. 'Good-bye,' said she, lifting her face up to his — her lovely, tear stained face, white with the glare of the snow and the light of the ...
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. Kit VII.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THIS IE^ZrSlTST D-A/5TS. By CHARLES WHITE. CiiAPTKit VII. — Continual. It soon bccaino evident that Gar dinur and his associates were ope rating in 'Hying squads,' each squad making a certain. part of the district its centre of operations for a short lime and then suddenly appearing in another part. It was only occasionally that the hill body came together, but when they did the report of some bold and dash ing raid was sure to follow. One of tho most daring robberies in which Gardiner was personally engaged was on the road near Big AVombat, in the district of Young, when he stuck up Mr. Alfred Horsington and robbed him of 253 ounces of gold and ,£145 in money. Horsington was a digger and a storekeeper at Lambing Flat, and was proceeding from Little Wom bat to the Flat in a spring cart on 10th March, 1802, his wife and a boy named De Burgh being in the vehicle with him and a Mr. Hewitt, another Flat storekeeper, riding on horseback behind. The boy was driving...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
LOCAL AKD GENERAL At Murwillumbah (N. Coast) last week springers realised from £S 5s to jQ'd 8s, heifer poddies to 33s. ? «?. . * « Mr. Abrahiflki.' Ennnnlt has been gazetted a trustee 'of the .Moruya park in lieu of Rrv. G. Love re signed. * ?'???- ?* ?:':? An industrial 'exhibition will be held at Central Tilba early next month in aid of this funds of tho School of Arts. -» ?# ~i The Candolo. Agricultural So ciety decided last week to request that both days of the show bo pro claimod public holidays. » * « Mr. Austin Chapman will ad dress his Queanbevan constituents before leaving to attend tho Postal Conference at Rome. * ?:::? « A band contest has been arranged for Easier Monday at Bombala on the occasion ' of'' tin: grand United Oddfellows' sports. The prize money is £-20. -3 -S * Ax Executive proclamation has been issued, directing a redistribu tion of seats of the House of Repre sentative in tho States of New South Wales. Victoria, and Queensland. m «- . * The heat at the beg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
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ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
ALLEGED WIT AND .. HUMOUR. Mr. Bragg : ' That Miss Jones is simply crazy to marry me.' Miss Sweetly : ' Naturally. Any girl would be.' * ; * ?*- Nell : ' He said I looked lovely in that gown, didn't ho?' Belle: ' Not exactly, dear. He said that gown looked lovely on you.' # * * First Tramp ; ' A dog camo up to me yesterday wot was so tamo that he eat out of my hand.' Second Tram]) : ' I met a dog de other day wot eat out of my leg.' » -:» -:?; My or: '1 wonder why Browne added the 'e' to his name after inheriting a fortune?' Gyer: 'He probauly figured out to his own satisfaction that rich people are entitled to more 'ease' than poor people.' «- .« « '1 never saw such parents as mine avis,' grumbled little Johnny. 'Mamma won't lot mo stand on iny head, and papa makes an awful fuss because I wear out my boots so quick.' 'Well,' said Snaggs, ''f think iiiiiiiy uu^s ililVL' luuru fcuilhu. til. ill their masters.', 'Yes,' chimed in Crags, 'I have a dog like that myself.' And yet he could...
Socialism When Justifiable, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
Socialism When Justifiable. Perhaps there is no system cap able of more varied definition than that known as Socialism. Some months ago a prominent Austra lian newspaper invited about a dozen leading men of the Com monwealth to give their respective definitions of Socialism. And the Budget remembers well that no two opinions were exactly alike, while the.' whole '.of them covered such a wide range of polemical ground that the. student, anxious for information, was really left in a greater state of mental dubiety than ever. Webster's Interna tional Dictionary defines Socialism as 'a theory or system of social reform which contemplates, a com plete reconstruction of Society, with a more just and equitable distribution of property and labor.' And perhaps this is about as fair a definition of the system as we can get, although we have no recorded instance of its practical application in the economic working or go vernment of any country. There fore, as far as the system of So cialism, h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
Dr. Jamieson, Premier of Capo Colony, at a banquet 'at Capetown, announced ? that . representative government would bo granted thu Transvaal in a few days. Respon sible institutions/he said; would bo in full swing in August'. Tho Orange River Colony will, ? ho added, re ceive a similar constitution simul taneously with tho Transvaal.
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
As You Like it. 'l must have liberty Wltlml, us lni-RU n. charter us the wind, To blow nn whom I tilciuc.' -' As You Like It.' (Act II., ic. 7). Stockowxers under the jurisdiction of the Lismore-Tweed Pastures Protection Board will to-day, dis cuss a question which is of interest to farmers all round — the tax levied on stoekowners, and other matters in connection with the working of the -Board. - While owners are taxed at. tho rate of threepence per head for their large stock, the Lismore Board has accu mulated funds at interest amount ing to .£1000, besides a healthy current bank balance, and it is with a view to formulating a pro test against the imposition of this tax that tho meeting has . been called. The step lias also been taken because tho stoekowncrs can see very little work done in return for the taxation, ft is certainly a matter for surprise that a protest has not boon made before with a view to reducing a taxation which would otherwise go on for ever heaping up accumul...
The Bush Shambles. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
The Bush Shambles. At Wyalong the other clay the post marked course claimed an other victim. The mare Linda, riddon by a local rider named Spriggs, collided with a post when competing in a Hack Race, and the unfortunate youngster sustained concussion of the brain and died the same ovening. The bush course is a death trap that rivals the highly decorated soup track of the city, and claims its victims by the dozen at holiday time, when the country clubs that are regis tered with tho A.J.C. run their three-pound handicaps over a strip of half-cleared country. The boy murdering, scrub-lined course is no place for horscracing, and a club that has not pullicient boodle to fenco their track should not bo registered, and the bush mag nates' who think nothing of a boy's life could amuse themselves with marbles or somo othor interesting game. The track is a small con sideration with the members of tho unpot 'xauersairs out back ; 'Flanagan's --Paddock' will fit tho bill, and the money that sh...
William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
William Rixon notifies: On Tuesday, 13th February, at the Bega saleyards, tho lease for a term of three years from 1st Ap ril, Mr. W. Scott's choice farm at Kanoona, containing 152^ acres. Fronts the river; :is within a quar ter mile of creamery, and is con veniently sub-divided. On Tuesday, 6th February, at the Central Saleyards, Bega, 30 springing heifers, 25 three-year-old heifers in calf, 15 two-year-old heifers, 40 steers, 15 pigs. E. I. Pell notifies : . On Monday, 5th 'February, at Frazor's yards, Candelo, at 2 o'clock, 40 head mixed vounu cattle. On Tuesday, Cth February, at 1.30 o'clock, at the Central Sale yards, Bega, 30 head mixed cattle. On Thursday, 8th February, at 2 o'clock, at the residence, Church street, on account of Mrs. Peitzker, who is leaving the district, unre served clearance sale of household furniture and effects.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
CHURCH SERVICES churcii OF ENGLAND. J-JIV1SK SKItVlCli will be huM us uiiilur:— Si. John's Clmri'li, Hcim— Kwry Suniliiy nt 11 n.ui. mill 7.:'.0i-.m. llnly Cnmniuniim nn 1st Siimluy nt 11 ii.ni. uml aril jliimluy uts u.iu. Tiinln, Suudiiv asili. CANON MARTIN. B.A., Reulor. l-'E])ltlTAltV. S-llniK'. li . Willliieoot. U— Alliilvdulu. ll-Tilll]ft. IS— Wullnuniil. ?J.-1-TunJii: KAMKKUKA. Kulimnry Illi. CniiiU'liiKu.m. (ll.c.) Kiiinciiiku. II ii.in. 'll.i'.) Knutli Wi.linnlii, :t p.m. Wolunila S ii.in. .l'vliriniry-Ulh. Ik'inlinkii II n.lll. (ll.c.) Tiiiiiawnn^lii :l p.m. Ciindulo S p.m. Fclininry lSlh. (!iiiii1i-1o II n.m (ll.c.) Wuliiinlii II n.ui. Kninuiukii (Clilldruii'H Service) :i p.m. Knini'nikiiKp.in. Jii'tiilinl;ii II n.m. ) TniilimiiiiKlo a p.m. [ Uuv. V. W. MrPoniii-11 Uulldelu S p.m. ) fur the Chureli Kuelely. Felminry 25tli. IliMiiliokn 11 n.m. ?riiniumiiiBliijI p.m. WciiumhWu''!!. (ii.i-.) j iU.v. McDonnell. AUini'lliivii j- p.m. j Moonlight Svrvli'vx. Mii!!iirii..iilli. .M...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
LOCAL LAND BOARD. The following oases were dealt with by tlio local Land Board, Messrs. C. JS. Finch (chairman), 11. O. ' T. Cowdroy and' Thomas Cocl'rane, .Ts.I1., on Tuesday : — Annual Leases for Consideration. A.L. 05-17, G'lO.ic, W. A. Wilson; refusal recommended. ? C.P.'s and 0. Leases for Considera tion. G.l\ 0-1-19, 'iOac, C. A. Deal; con firmed. 0.1'. 05--1, -lOao, S. Denny ; con firmed. C.L. -J, 120ac, S. Denny ; con lirmcd. C.P. -7, iiOac, C. Iiaekolt ; con firmed. C.I'. -20, GOj^ac, J. Collins, con firmed. ?Sec. 13 and 1-1 Applications.' C.I'.. IW-2.100, W. l'\ DaiTiisjh; entitled. C.P. 70-2-170, Exivs. of T. White ? entitled. C.I'. 03-312,. M. Bateman ; en titled. C.P. 7-I-M001, W. ILmscombe; not entitled. O.I'. 02-4, W. J. Soreombe ; en titled, i C.P. GiJ-1570, J. Chinnocks ; not entitled. C.P. 91-21, V. J. Tarlinton ; en titled. C.P. 91-25, V. .1. Tarlinton; not entitled. O-P. -02-2952, J. Bildstein; en titled. C.P. G2-31C5O, J. O'Neill ; en titled. C.P. 03-150, T. O'N...
OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906
'OFFIC'F, 1 10 'JUS. I'a-t Odiee opens from llii.m. to (i p.m' Oil Sunday from !) a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery, Sunday exeepted, by lettur carrier'wi'thin the municipal area; carrier leaves office at 0 a.m. Telegraph office open from i) a.m. to 8 p.m. SiiMilav exeepted. Money Ovdev and Havings Hanlt OIHru open from Sln.ni. to 5 p.m. daily [Sunday exciipteill, and (jL-piwilsare also received from (i p.m. to S p.m oil .Saturday. Private boxes, feo Jti pur annum, pay iiblu in advance, may be. obtained on application at olllce, enabling boxholdcrs tu;.'ut llivir mail unv day, Sunday in clm'.ed, from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. Utter piiiurs nt Now town and North Bejpi cleared «t Ii p.m. Weather reports and nrrivals of steamers pusled regularly on board out side of ullii-e. .IAS. AV. M'CUTCIIEON, _ I'ostinuater. A man entered a' rcntaurant, took a seat; and, after a' little deliberi tion, Milted 'the ,iyni tor for ' a j)late of ily specks' ' The waiter reported the uncomplimentary 'request to ...