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THEY SAY : [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

THEY SAY I That no disclosures at the Lands Commission are now likely to sur prise the poor deluded public; and That never in the Parliamentary history of any country has there been such a low moral tone as in N.S.W.— two members are at pres ent on trial for serious offences. That N.S.W. is badly in need of a Secret Commissions Act on the same lines as the Victorian law — 'twould curtail the incomes of some members of Parliament. That an Englishman has invented a watch which will go with one winding for 2000 years— this is an invaluable discovery to the man who is in the habit of occasionally forgetting to wind his watch at night. j.nat. me lemaio punters among the hustling, bawling crowd in the saddling paddock isn't an edifying spectacle. That at Gosford Police Court re cently it was ruled that until the Infants Protection Act was gazetted there was no machinery whatever to deal with affiliation cases. That there's a girl in Bega whose ears are so sharD she actually heard a man ch...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

FAREWELL Tuesday evening last saw a large number of residents congregated in the Lodge Room of the Lyceum Hall, tho occasion being a farewell social evening tendered to Bro. Jas. Kennedy, C.T., by tho members of 11.. [I -nl ? _t T» ? M T-.1 ? LIIU .OUU.UUI1 Ul JDUgU IJUU^C, I.O.G.T., on the eve of his depar ture from the district. A good programme had been arranged, and was contributed to by Sis. McNaught, Misses L. and E. Sirl, I. Huntress and Bros. E. and L. French. Organ, Salisbury and White ; parlor games were also in clulged in. The programme concluded, Bro. Sirl (chairman) spoke of the virtues of Bro. Kennedy, both in and out of the Good Tem plar Order. He said he was sorry they seemed fated to loose their Chief Templar. All would agree he had been of great assistance to them while he had been associated with the ' Beacon ' in fact he might almost say his superior knowledge of the workings of the Urder, gained through nis long connection with it, and his zeal in the work had b...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

LATEST TiELEGRAMS:i .;'.-.'. Sydney, Fridav. ?'? A fair volume ofjbtisiness'u-as done in Melbourne yesterday.. on the Caulfield Cup.' Latest quotations 10 to fTornli, Emir, ami Step Out; 11 to 1 Marvel Louli; l-'to 1 Pius, 14 Waroo, .10 Dis traction and Koseiiiead, 10 to 1 JManio notu and Seott Fre'o. The SUiies Bill has passed tho com mittee stage in the Assembly. The basis of taxation- Iws been altered' by ntrikint: out veforence to improved values, and tho 'Bill now st.ttes tlutt tlie rating will bo on the unimproved values, and 'there will be no limitation in the aiiKntnt. A new clause provides for the appointment of an ollicer with the powers ot n Itoyal Cornmission to in i|iiiie into matters affecting the admini stration of the Act. ? . ? The House adjourned nt 10 o'clock lust iiijiht, lifter a continuous sitting' of KO hours. In the House of Kepresentatives IVal;in annomiL'ed liia intention 6T for wiirdinj: a petition to'the King praying forthe m'.iuti.i'.'fu Home lUtle to Ir...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER III.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

THE HEIR OF H0LUWAS1L A SKR1AL STOKY. CiiAPn;n TIT. — Continual. Jfattic was not long in pulling on her pretty, little.straw, hat, and they passed out into the ruddy glory of the setting sun. ' Don,' said Mattie, and she gave a little sigh, 'I am very sadly afraid that the time has come when a break must be made in our happy days. I shall not see so much of you now Mrs. Forrester has arrived, for you will have to take. them about.' l!I am afraid so too, Mattie love,' replied the. young man; 'until Hcniker comes I. shall have to take his place and piny the host, but do not think that they— that all the old women and their daughters. in. Ihe world— can keep me long from you. ? -111- be 1 Often, often near you, when you think I'm far away ! ' ' ' Why, childie,' he continued, stopping in their walk, and taking Mattie's face between his hands and gazing fondly into the brown eyes — ' why, Mattie, I see something like a tear ! My own; my precious one, you must not do that, or you will mak...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES. William Rixon notifies. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. William Rixon notifies. 1-ith October, at Painbula, 10 dairy cows, 10 springers, 50 mixed young cattle. Tuesday, 17lh October, at the central saleyards, Bega, 12 pigs, 30 mixed cattle. - - William. Rixon, in conjunction with Poll and .Allen^ notifies'. sale of 30 dairy- gows; 91 choice young heifers at Double Creek, on. Mon- day, 00th October, on ?account of Mr. W. Murray. ? Pejl.and Allan notify:' Tuesday, 17th October, at the contrnl'saleyards^nt 1.30 o'clock, 3C i head mixed cattle, 5 fat cows, 1-cblt, 2yrs,by Hebe.1 Childo, dam Lord Burghley mare. ,

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

ALLE6ED ~WIT 'ABB EIUMOUR.' The easiest trade-man taken in is a grcengvoccr. ?:.':? -S 'i A married lady, rather Hip. Went in the ,-uri to take a dip; And now hjjjjj Im.-hand sadly tells Ho eati;:fl»&r (loating with the .-well-i- * # « Kainicr (who ha-i eaughf small biy ti], his favorite pear tree): ' What are you doing up there ?' Small Boy: Oh, nothing— just hanging up a-pear that has fallen down.'1 W * «? Mrs. Pancake (to a fourth-lloor lodger) : ' Anything the matter with your steak.- Mr. Jlanlup ?'' llardup: ' A trille overtrained, maybe, madam; butivallyi never saw a firmer muscle !T1 « . -* -S Lawyer: Ah! a ease of slander. »#?!FSay? *! Client: Ye-.. ,IJo called jne a liar, and. a.thief,. and defied me to find a bigger seoundrol in the town. So, naturally, I came straight round to you — ?» ? -:* -* A Scotch dominie, after telling his scholars the story of Ananias and Sapphira, asked .them, ' Why is'not everybody who tells a lie struck dead?' .After a long .-ilonce one...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

POLITICAL. .„. Si'EAKixa at the Eight - hpiirs banquet' in Sydney Mr, Watson. MiH.R: (leader of the Common wealth Opposition and Socialistic Parly) referred to the Commerce Bill now before 'Parliament... With reference to tlie proposal to put a: trades union label on all Trades Hall, goods. Mr. Watson said: . At the present time there was nothing in the law to -prevent persons putting -a. label upon goods. . ^ Exactly! And people who turn out a good' '-article in any -line, will, for their own protection put . a brand or trademark upon it. It pays them to do so. But the pal pable object of Watson and Co. in proposing a trades union label is to. give unionists the tip what goocts are union inatie, aim wnai have been made by ' scabs.' They (the unionists) and other people know there is no particular virtue in -'union-made goods, but, .tjv. ' mark of Cain' wfil enalnc' i..V trades unionists to boycott every thing not made by the sacred hands of the unionist. Mr. Watson stands as the gr...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER II.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. ' ' THE'.BABLY-'iAYS. ? ?'.? ' Uy C1LU*I,KH WJL1TK. CiiAWi:ii 1 I.-- Cpjilimii'.'!. So closed. the lnst'iiut in Howe's, career. -His head-was cut off ami exhibited- in--JIobart Town, mid those who lincl feared liini felt safe at hist. Many -immkM's were nt l( 1UUIWU' IU - J 1 1 111, Ul»-3JV I V -7 IHlWlj 1.V forred to. It was said that unions ]iis victims woro two .of his boon companions, w.ho had committed some ti'i fling .offence, and concern1 ing one of these ij was s.iid that' Howe lied his hands and feet bo foro shooting him, The remaining inombers of the ?- original gang all met a deservedly ignominious fate, most of them be fore Howe's death. M'Guiro and Burno were tried' and executed for the murder of ? Carlisle. Geary, who assumed ..command during the interregum caused by Howe's temporary surrender was --hot de.ul in an .-encounter, with .the- police. Lepton had his throat cut by a, ' recent addition to thu ranks named Hil lier,, who also nearly 'did...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

'The Bega Budget'! mh CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM BOOT1U-___ 'The Bega Budget' circulates throughout the Eden-Monaro (Electorate, and principally in the towns and districts of Bega, Moruya, Bodalla, Eurobodalla, Nerrigundah, Tilba, Narooma, Bermagui, Cobargo, Quaama, The Murrah, Bemboka, Wyndham, Wolumla, Tanja, Candelo, Tathra, Pambula, Merimbula, Towamba, Eden, Yambulla, Bombala. Published every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. m^^©jfice: (?r]urch Street, Bega. ||§lj|HE Leading Articles and Editorials of 'The §|^!| Bega Budget' will always be found to be attractively written, and with a directness pleasing to the busy man who has to hustle. As an Advocate of Local Public Wants the 'Budget ' will be admitted to be right abreast of its contem poraries. Championing any cause str'^oush^ and: - persistently, . and being undismayed by roTraiis^imcf* disappointments, it hopes to faithfully fulfil its mission as a newspaper. And where any citizen, as a 'free lance,' claims his undoubted right to express ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

DAIRY INSPECTION. Regarding dairy inspection, Dr. Ashburton Thompson, President of the Board of Health, said it was the duty of the Board to see that the local authority which is charged with that work carries out its duty. That reply was given to a press man who sought to ascertain motropolitan and country, are regularly inspected, in a haphazard manner, or otherwise. It may be explained that the Board, which has charge of the ad ministration of the Dairies Super vision Act, divides the State into municipal and police districts. The officers apppinted by the Council and the police do the inspection, and are what is termed the ' local authority.' That is, the police act where there is no municipality. Besides these, the Board has a staff of eight inspectors and two assistants, who travel round the State and are a check upon the others. The instruction to the local authority is that each dairy should be visited at least once in three months, and the Board's officers endeavor to make ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER, 1905 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER, 1905 -~ Day of 'Week ^ ! % Z * I . 'I 1* i I, - I ? .. I kr... ' '? ? ;n .m| ii ji jam i I'.m. I SUNDAY n liliir, r,7 7 L'lll S -22 L' i i I iv 1 5 JlL1!.-) .-).',j H l-l| !) ffi) :?. TiiLwlav ;r. :w'r- .-»!-) i;io:;t -1 Wutliiiwluv 3 i-!l!» .--'.» | (I /i2 ! 1 1 H-3 f- Tim iv. lav' 5 iSHi OilO ?IoJa.m. . (i Friday ' ;n 2«;C, 0 !l I -lOlIL* .'!l 7 Sjitisrilnv ?.. fi. r!o!-i I j i'.M.-i J-i'! Hist;.vo.\V 3 i-i'n 'l' i :« l1 y ft Moinlnv SSi'li HIL'l'S 2 30 in TiiosdaV ?: 5 2i!o ;;' :! --'l :; iJ7 II Weiliiesduv rS 20 0 41 -I 1-1 4 1 1L- Tliursdiiv ' 5 Id 0 3! 3 10 4 SJ Klj Friday ' ? 3 IS JO til 0 2 3 0 14 | Siitiirilnv' ' o 1(1 j(i (i (i 33 3 H' 15 [SUNDAY 3 15j(l 7(7 40 G 10 Hi; Monday 3 14 (i !ij8 42 0 4') ITiTiiowlnV !5B6 ill !) ISO 7 3) J.siWeilniwlny ! o ; 1 2 ? 0 0:10 i.'.l S ? 1 lii!Tluirsd:iy ' :5 10 (1 M),\l ?-?! .8 44 at? Vi-iil;\y i;-, ii'd MiA.M. f- :!7 l!l;Ssilnrlliiv '3 S.li 12,12 12 10 23 22iSi:.NUA'Y 13 7 Ii 1',! 1 0 11 20 Hi Mundnv 5 HI! 14 ' I...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

MISCELLANEOUS \l~ In Java there is an orchid, all tho flowers of which open at once, as if by the stroke of a wand, and they also all wither together. * * « A bill absolutely prohibiting tootball-playing by colleges, ana making it a felony, has bf*ri intro duce'.1 '- *'?? \'cl.rn.-.ka I . .iture! v * ... . ; ? ' ? The United States according to an official publication, paid last }-ear in pensions ,£28,511,800, the total having increased since 1901 by £647,100. * * * The ex- Premier of West Australia Mr. Daglish, has severed his con nection with the Labour party, and ivill be an independent candidate at the next elections. * * # A negro, Corporal J. C. Smith, has proved himself the best shot in the United States Army. In slow firing he made 181 but of a possible 200, and in rapid firing 97 out of a possible 100. * * * A massive pump, capable of dealing with 7,000,000 to 8,000,000 gallons of water per day from a depth of 2,000 feet has been con structed at Leeds (Bng.) for the Tasmani...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

Inspector Cawsey, of the Victor ian police force, considers that pro motion by seniority i» a scandal, and that a marked change would take place if promotion iollo'STed. on merit.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW TELEPHONE REGULALTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

NEW TELEPHONE REQULALTIONS. New telephone regulations em bodyingsome important alterations have been drafted, and are now be ing examined by the Attorney OSeneraFs Department. It is pro nosed to L'ivu emint.rv snlisRrilinrs living within a mile of a post ofliee the right of getting connec tion with a trunk line for a charge of £3 a year, with an additional payment for each call at rates to be specified. At present special rates for 'limited' ex changes are provided. Any num ber of subscribers up to 14 have the right of inter-communication through the post office for £4 5s a year. AVhen the number of sub scribers grows above 14 the ex change becomes classed as ' ordi nary,' with a day service exchange, and with more than 25 subscribers becomes entitled under certain circumstances to a day and night service, but the subscription is increased to £&? a year for a private residence, and .£8 a year for business premises. In New South Wales a case recently occurred where there were...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH and GERMAN FLEETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

BRITISH and GERMAN FLEETS. Mr. Archibald Hunn, the -well known writer on naval affairs, con tributes a paper on ' British Naval Policy and German Aspirations ' to the ' Fortnichtlv.' utilising thi visit of the Channel Squadron to the Baltic as his text. He shows that after all the efforts which the German people have made, the British fleet remains to-day more than twice as strong as the fleet ? which the Kaiser had nuiscd ?with so much persistency. ' With the disappearance of the Russian fleet, and the entente cordiale with Franco, the British fleet dominates the world in a manner to an ex tent unparalleled iu the past hun dred years, and it is realised ih the Wilhclmslrasse that the naval po sition of Germany for tho present is well-nigh hopeless. Ship for ship, the German man-of-war in commission in the Baltic aro weaker than those of the British Channel Fleet alone. Mr. ; Hurd qu-.tes Nelson's dictum that a fleet should cruise in the waters in which it will most probably fight, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

Hume's ©©mmercial Hotel (Rocontly Enlarged and Refurnished), In close proximity to the Banks, Court H»ui«, Post Office, and principal business places, '-*- OFFERS UNEQUALLED ACCOMMODATION, **- * with the comforta and privaoy of a homo. HOT AlrD COLD BATHS a speciality, with abundant supply of water. SOS- SPACIOUS 'WELL-LIT SAMPLE ROOMS, PINE STABLES, in charge of competent groom, and larg« paddocks The Billiard Room, -with two flrat-clnss tables, la In charge of tho popular Jim Greenwood. npiIE Commercial Hotel ii well known throughout the district for the Superior -L and liuuiiii.i; Quai.itt of its liquors. It holds the lar|;e-t and moit r»ri»d stock of any house on the Coast, and as all bulk spirits are purchased in bond, the quality ii £uaranUed against manipulation by middle-raun. Telegrams nnd letters promptly attvndod to. A Lovely Dress . . . MAKES A ... Pretty Girl Beautiful! The well-dressed woman attracts attention in the street equally with the belle of a crowded and fashi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

CHURCH SERVICES CIIORCII OF ENGLAXD. J)IVIXE SERVICE will bo held as under:— St. John's Church, Bcga— Every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m. Holy Communion on 1st Sundny at 11 a.m. and :lrd Sunday at 8 a.m. CANON MARTIN, B.A., Rector. CATHOLIC. JJASS will be celebrated as under:— nega every Sunday ntO and 11 a.m., and Devo tions at 7.20 p.m. Sunday— Oct 15, Candelo 11. 22, Bemboka 11. 29, Candelo 11. J. J. GUNNING. AUSTRALIAN METHODIST CHURCH. gEUVICES will be conducted as under:— .ucga, every sunany ai u ana /.hu. uommunion Service on the flrst Sunday after 11 a.m. ser vice. Sabbath School at2.30. Christian En deavor, Wednesday at 7.30. Choir Practice Friday at 7.45. E. W. BRISCOMBE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. TJIV1NE SERVICE will be held as under:— Bega, St. Andrew's Church, every Sunday at 1 . and 7.30. Sabbaib School at :). Week-night service, Wednesday at /.:». Bund of Hope, Friday at 7. Choir Practice, Friday at 8. J. MUIR. Big ftifle Prize Meeting (HANDICAP) Under the auspices of th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOUND AT TANJA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

FOUND AT TANJA. As illustration of a peculiar freak appears in the 'World's News' of October 7th. The illustration which looks very much like a kan garoo stretched outjat full length after taking its leap, is in reality tne root of a tree which Nature has fashioned in this peculiar manner. Even if it is wanting in accurate detail, it is sufficiently striking to warrant more than passing attent ion. The root was found bv Mr. Alexander Morrison Bourke, a well known mining expert and prospec tor on the Tanja goldfield, near Bega. A fire had previously swept over the spot, and to some extent spoilt the exact resemblance to the kangaroo, dut, with the few touches added which the flames had des troyed, and which' the imagination can readily conjure up, one can easily see that Nature is no mean imitator. ? Mr. Bourke oftens comes across curious formations in his travels — in wood, stone, and earth — but he states that he never before found anything which so instantly im pressed him with th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOBACCO TRUST BEATEN. PLUCKY NEW YORK WIDOWS SUCCESSFUL STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

TOBACCO TRUST BEATEN. PLUCKY NEW YORK WIDOW'S SUCCESSFUL STRUGGLE. The great American Tobacco Trust has been beaten by a plucky New York widow. The widow, Mrs. Fannie Saqul, carried on a tobacconist's shop in Tremont-avenUR. It had formerly Deen run Dy ner nusoana, but had never prospered in his hands. By her enterprise the widow soon made the concern profitable. Then the Tobacco Trust appeared on the scene, and made overtures to pur chase the business, but these were rejected. ' The Trust will drive you out of business,' Mrs. Saqul was in formed. She courageously re joined: 'It will have to make a fight then.' Sure enough, tho Tobacco Com bine, according to its usual tactics, opened a shop two doors from Mra Saqul's. Then the fight began. Mrs. Saqul told all her customers the meaning of the opening of the new Trust shop, and these not only continued to patronise her, but brought new cuatomer«. The Trust goods, ticket.il at ruinous pricrs, were completely ignored. Within a month the...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHITE AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

WHITE AUSTRALIA. T ? (by the Bishop op CahTEKtaiua.) The term ' White Australia ' is usually regarded ss an ideal, but on close examination two other thoughts seem ra.her to pre dominate. Underlying it is the assumntion that in lip i whifA mnn is necessarily and inheritantly to be superior to a brown, yellow, or black man. Surely this is un warranted. It is quite true that the white races, on the whole, and with noteworthy exceptions, have proved themselves superior in culture, science, and civilization to coloured peoples, and until last year, we should have added, enor mously also the superiors in energy and practical applica tion of knowledge; but there is nothing to show that the color of the skin has anything to do with the white man's success in life. We have to weigh, on the other side, the civilisations of Egypt, India, Arabia, China and Japan; nor must we forget that the population of Palestine, in our Lord's time, would now-a - days have been unhesitatingly classed as Asia...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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