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Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers Reports. W. Itixon reports having sold 300 head of cattle at the yards on Tues day. Poddies brought from 1 Is (id to *2 Is (id, 'yearling heifers £'2, 11 inunllis to'2-y«irs heifers ,£'2 Us (id to £2 18s, 2j^ -years heifers to £3. ,8s 6d : 60 steers (3^ years) at £3 5s pet head; store cows £i to £3; light fnt cows to £-i 10.j; fat pigs lo^l 10s (id, slips from Ss to 17s. E.I. Poll sold tin; lease of Mr. James Whynian's property situated at Upper lirogo, comprising «Jt-5 acres land, by auction last Tuesday, Mr. S. Underbill being the pur chaser at 'Is per acre for 8 months. K. I. Pell reports having- yarded a large number of cattle at the Bega Yards last Tuesday, every head being sold. Prices as follows: — Fnt cows £-1 to £A 5s; light fat bullocks to £1 10s; springing heifers £4 to £6 10s; working bul locks to £t\ 8s, 2-yr-old steers to £2 30s, l,S-iiionths-ol(l Jersey steers to 26s 3d, poddies 9s 3d to 14k, the demand for steers bcingsmall. W....

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A ROCKY HALL MATTER. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

A ROCKY HALL MATTER. (To the Editor.) Dear Sir, — In last Friday's issuu of the Pambula 'Voice' there ap peared u letter over the name of 'Ens Uationis' in which the writer contradicts several items supplied i))r your correspondent irom nooKy Hail iiv the report of the races. He sit)'s that I must have been treating the Liquor Act when I saw more than one judge, and that I saw moru than anybody else when I saw the rider of Epps jostling in the Hack Race. In reply to the first, Mr. Kelly may have been appointed judge, but he didn't act' hi each race, and I say again there was more than one judge. And the jostling did occur, for the rider of Epps was cross cutting all the way up the straight. It was the' most bare-faced piece bt work I over witnessed in any race, and numbers of the public were surprised that the jockey was not uisquaiinea. . wvitn. regard ?:? to. my. statement about the local lads I admit I was mistaken, and I sub sequently wrote to the Budgjst to correct this and the...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

BEGA RIFLE CLUB. Following are the results of the January match; limit:6'l: Namo ^ ^ . ?? b 'c o o ? ti =-i o o a 10 o -—' C. Roots 31 33 3 67 H. C. Blaxland 33 23 7 03 J. McPhce 28 26 3 57 S. V. Arnheim 25 25 6 56 J. Hcalev 2CV 20 9 55 F. Rogers 29 14 12 55 L. U. Uowdroy IS 26 .10 54 G. Ebs worth ' 28 15 11 54 J. J. Murphy 23 21 S 52 ?T. A. Hawes. 29 17 G 52 Ci. Nugent 24 19 S 51 A. U. Sharp 25 15 10 50 H. B. Rankon. 24 25 V- 49 It. Whyinan. IS 23 7 .48 11. Beresford 23 16 S 47 H. McGrath 20 14 11 45 J. Weller 21 21 2 44 IS, G. 11 awes 22 20 2 44 W. Walling 11 8 21 40 A. Handcock 14 15 10 39 P. Sharp 17 12 9 3S W. Livingstone IS 10 10 38 Ci. Uw 29 6 3 3S C. Tuckfield 10 2 21 33 G. Brooks and A. L. Manning retired after shooting at 500yds.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queanbeyan's Representative. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

Queanbeyan's Representative. Tiik Allan Major Millard case suii plies one more job to the many which have disgraced the Justice department of this job-ridden State. The facts are these. Some months aj;o Millard was coiivictud on the clearest testimony of stealing A'5 sent to him' by a liungendoro man; for payment of an instalment due (o the Advances to Settlor's JJoard. The lawyers got to work on some line technical points such as are invariably dug up when a brother chip guts into trouble. The points, however, didn't .avail Millard much, for a sentence- of six months1 hard labor was received, but he was released under the. First OfTeiiT dura Act. It came out in evidence that Millard had been drinking heavily and didn't know what he was doing, and on this fact the ap- , peal for clemency was principally based. The BiJiKiiir doesn't say that Millard's was not a case where the 1-\ O. Act. should not lie applied, but it docs say that tlio law should be dealt out evenly all round— to th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weights for Moruya Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

Weights for Moruya Races. The following are the weights for tho principal events of the Moruya Annual Races to lake place on the 5th and 6th February: — Ol'KNINC! TlANIllCAl1.— (I fui'lOllgS. Ht.ll- Mr. R. Slinrno'H 'Dromedary ?,' ' Mrs. IJ. Wuekus1 Iturwiuk V '» Mr. M. Kuutiiijt's Mnlieiu ? !- « AV. Kniser'jrlliireHn 8 12 A. Lunneluii-rM I'liilip Worth .8.11 JiiH.-Turnbiiira IMIiim-iiUoii 8 10 ?Jl. Kmitiii|5'H Modal l'utriuk. 7 Kt AW Hibbnrd'H Woodrosio 7 12 W. Hibbiinl'H Jiiipiil Kivor 7 S W. Tapper's Cordite 7 0 Town Pi.ath. — 1 mile. Mr. H. Slmrpo'H Dromedary !) (i 1). PuiiMinorc's Hullian' !- :t M. ICuatiiig'ti Malice !- I) A. l.imnclmn'H I'liilip Worth K 11 W. Hibhiml'H Atlnntcan 8 8 .Inn. TnniljuU'ti lintlicration 8 7 M. KoiitiiiK'nMi'dnl l'alriuk 7 12 W. Wheliin's Amalgam 7 12 W. Hibbvml's Unpid ISivcr 7 (i A. llukins' ItaeUet 7 :i It. Aiiiiolts' Icirlu 7 II \V. Tapper's Cordite . I! 12 .las. Leydcn'a Tiiruuim (late Merrymaid) G 7. Mokuva Handicap. — '?) furlongs. Mr. If. Kl...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

The swcot young thing was dead — dead by- her own hand. t Tho only explanation of her rash net was found in these words which she had left, 'What's tho use of living. I am convinced that there is nothing in life, for money is tainted, and there are microbes in kisses.'

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAILS CLOSE for [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

MAILS CLOSE for Sydney overland, via Coomn, daily, Saturday exeepted, at 10.30 p.m. Sydney, per Kteamer, AVednesday ami Saturday, 8.30 a.m., unless steamers de layed. Goulburn, Coomn, Nimitybelle, Mo naro district nnd Victoria, daily, Sun day exeepted, at 7.:ii- p.m. Moruya, Milton, RitomanV Hay, Nel ligen, Cobaryo, Quniimn,' Tilba Tillia mid lirogu. daily, .Saturday oxeopted, nt 10.30 p.m. Tiillirn and Tathra lload, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, lli.Iiu p.m. Towamba; Tiniliillica, Uocky Hall, Wyndliam, .via l'amliula, Tuesday, Thursday and. Sunday, 10.IS0 p.m. P.dvti, rninbuln, Wolmnlnnnd Merim buln, daily, Saturday exeepted, 10.1)0 p.m. Merimbula,. via Jellat, Thursday, ' 10. 30 p.m. (.'andelo, Ivameruka, Kanoona, daily, 10.30 p.m. lauj.i, », .ipeugo, -nun hi* .inn uui ni«i gui, direct, Monday, AVedncsdny and Fndav at 10.:)0 p'ni. Arin Cobargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday nt 10.30 p.m. An-rledale, Monday nnd Thursday at lO.ao p.m. Uuckju, Tuesday and Friday at 10.30 p.m.<...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS AluIlVE from Sydney overland, via Cunnm and Hembokii, daily (Sunday exeeptud) at 10.10 p.m. Sydney, by steamer, Tuesday and Fri day, time uncertain. ? Oonlburn, Coomu, Monaro district, Victoria and South-We.stern districts, daily, Sunday exeepted, at 10. Hi p.m. P.raidwood, Arulucu, Moruya, ISodalla, Milton, Viituniun'8 Buy, Ni;llijien, Co bnrgu, Quaama and IJiogo, daily, Sun day exeepted, at. 7 p.m. Tatlirn and Tathra Road, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, at 0 p.m. ' Candelo, Mogilla, Kmneruka, Kanoo na, daily nt 7.30 p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, Ilocky Hall, Cathcavt, and Wyndhnm. via Pambula, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7.30 p.m. : Kden, Finnbuln, AVolmnln, Groiir's Flat, Millifiandi and Merimbula, daily at 7.IJ0 p.m. Merimbula, via Jollnt .Jullal, Friday at 7 p.m. AVyndhain, Hoeky Mall, l'ericoe and Hurragate, via Caridelo, Monday and AVednesday at 7.30 p.m. Tanja, AVapengo, Mio Murrah and fienijugui direct, Tuesday, Thursday anil S...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of the King of Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

Death of tlie King of Denmark. A c.mii.k from London on Monilnv aniioiiiiooi.l the iluiitu of Clirir-iiuii IV, King'nf Denmark, in Iii3 88fli year, (in Tuesday tlio 'Court Cir cular' tixprawbil tlio fouling of uruiit cricf felt l-v Kimr Kilwuril and QuKuii Aluxsuular at the iiuws ol Lin; iluiiUi of licr Majesty's father, till! Kinjr of Denmark. It tran si)iri!S that King Christian held his usual audience on Monday morn ing and was then cheerful, but early in tho afternoon ho felt in disposed, and retired to his room. Short.y afterwards his daughter, the Empress Maria-Feodorovna of Russia, saw that he was dying, and quickly summoned other relatives and physicians. Two of the latter were promptly in attendance, but the King soon passed beyond their aid. His e.nl was peaceful, .symp toms of heart-failure beiug mani fest. Universal regret is felt at his Majesty's death, and in the wide circle of his relatives in^tho various Courts of Europe many messages of condolence have been received...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

THEY SAY: That King Alphonso, of Spain, last week went to see his best girl (Ena of Battcn Ijurg) and the fact was cabled all over the world ; and That the item isn't at all interesting — the time of most young people is so taken up with their own little affairs tliat they don't care a jot whether Al phonso is on a good wicket or not. That Bega will be well anil truly rep resented at Moruya races next week. That one Bega bar did a big .'trade in iced drinks during the heat wave this week ; and That it is strange how many residents drank to beat back the symptoms of heat apoplexy— the Budget had to exer cise great will power to keep its tempera ture normal. That the 'Ruff-i-an Tumble' at Wan della made things lively for the time ; and That Rodd and Chegwidden will also make tliinm lively in their enlarged premises. That the Bega district team to meet the Tilba Association team has been se lected ; and That the players would do well to put in any spare time in practising 'at the nets'...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBARQO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

COBARQO. Rain is badly needed, the heat of the past few days withering the grass and crops. The building being erected ad joining the Cobargo Hotel will pro bably, when completed, bo occu pied as ollices by a townsman. News reached town on Wednes day that a child of Mr. Russell Boxsell, of Central Tilba, had been accidentally and severely burnt. On Thursday the child died and Mr. Coroner OReilly went to Tilba to hold an inquest. Thursday night will be remem bered with pleasure by the old and and young alike, who, by invita tion from Miss Nellie Phillips at tended the social given in the Ber magui School of Arts to commemo rate her twenty-first birthday. About 250 or 300 invitations were issued, and the response in the number , who attended speaks highly for the esteem in which Miss Phillips is held, and her popu larity in the district. The hall and stage were so greatly crowded that your correspondent failed to get an estimate of the attendance. Miss Phillips received her guests .is...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondent. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

From Our Correspondent. CANDELO. Tub hot weather still continues, and rain is badly needed. House holders are running short in town, and carting water will soon bo re sorted to. The Rev. II. Fleming has an . nounced his departure from Can delo. Ho intends settling down in the spring and will of necessity leave this district. He is to preach his farewell sermon on the first ijutiduy in ApriJ. The annual meeting of the Can delo Gun Club was held on. Mon day night. The accounts showed u balance of £1 (is 'Id, which is con sidered very satisfactory. The following officers were elected: President, J. A. Bower; VicePresi dents, E. Morrison and W. Young; Treasurer, F. Morrow; Secretary, A. A. Young; llandicappors, P. Williams, J. A. Bower, F. Morrow. It is proposed to hold a match shortly, when probably a novice handicap will be shot off. The annual meeting of the Can delo Commoners was held on Tues day night. As the balance sheet was not audited the meeting was adjourned till Thursday. Mr...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

BEMBOKA. (By-tub'. DitBAMEK.) 'I have no objection to not being called 'Mr,' that is of course, in private conversation ; but I like the courtesy title in public, or in tho presence of a. third party,' said nnhiifi ninri in rnnlv to'mv ouerv in that respect. 'You, on account of being a bootman may call me 'Zebra.' But what do you want to-day — another Press interview?' ''Yes, please,' I said; 'did you go to the festival at the new post office t'other day?' ' Zebra' : I did not. They wanted to charge me 2s, and I wouldn!t give it. But I know what happened just as well as if I was there. 'Cos why, I stood out side the paling fence and heard everything. Now, listen : Mr. Ward presided and announced the lirst, toast 'Jiie Jung' wmen was honored by all joining hands and singing 'he's a jolly good fellow.' '. Well, what next ?.' I asked. ' Zebra': Well, Mr. Ward con tinued (lie toast list with ' The Postal Department,' coupled with the names of Mr. Chapman and Mr. George Williams. 'But it...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURRAGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

BURRAOATG. Tub annual picnic in connection with the local public school was held on Anniversary Day, and as on previous occasions was a great success. The day was an ideal one [Ol JHUIllUIII^ illlilluu^Il il liiliu ivarm. All the surrounding centres tvere well represented, and both ild and young seemed to enjoy themselves- immensely. The usual picnic games such as Jolly Miller ?uul drop handkerchief wore kept joing throughout the day. The members of the sub-committee (Messrs. Jas. Binnie and H. DeCosta) are to bo complimented on their good taste and judgment in the selection of the many use ful prizes which consisted of glass wares, spurs, pocket knives &amp;e. Races wero run and each child secured a prize. There were also races for married and single ladies, maids, and single men, all of which were well contested and provided much enjoyment. Tho catering was done by the lady residents and was a credit to all concerned. The tables wero fairly laden with an abundance of good thin...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondents. NAROOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 February 1906

From Our Correspondents. NAROOMA. Although the weather continues very dry, the summer here is far from intolerable, since the intense heat is beautifully tempered with cool sea breezes. As a holiday or health resort Narooma has been well patronised this season, and many more visi- tors are expected towards Easter, &amp;nbsp; when the fishing improves. &amp;nbsp; The sea has been so perfectly calm lately that many have availed themselves of the pleasures and woes of deep sea. Each party has had good hauls. There is very little news to chronicle this week which would be of interest to your readers, only I am very pleased to state that times are more prosperous here than they have been for a long time. We sometimes have three steamers a week now — the steamers Coomonderry, Narooma, and the Ripple as under the excellent man- agement of Mr. G. E. Mitchell, the saw-mill and timber industry gener- ally is worked in a most satis- factory manner. On last Friday evening a dance (organ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ORIGINAL ODE REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

AN 0R1GINAL0DE REQUIRED. 'A.v original ode' is demanded by the promoters of the New Zealand Inhibition, which is to be set to music and sung at the opening ceremony, and the usual prize is ofiVivd to the sender of the best sample of poetic art. Why theode should be original does not appear. There are hundreds of such, com positions that have been produced for previous exhibitions in ililiereni parts of the world, and each one of them isstill as good as new. As a matter of fact, there is :i perplex ing plethora of mechanical verse in the world for which no 'demand whatever exists, and instead of en coura'.'ing the outturn of more the exhibition would do a better ser-. vice to the manufacturers of .such stuff by relieving the market of its present glut. . There seems no reason why an ode which does for the opening of one exhibition should not work equally well at another. The fact, of its lining second-hand does not matter.' Nulu nion's proverbs are about Iwinty sccoud-hand by this li...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA FORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

BEGA FORM. ' MiMsov,' the writer of Itound aliout Notes in tho 'Sydney Mail ' has something to say in the issue of Jilst prox., nnent the Nurseries at the A.J.C. Anniversary meeting. He says :— The A.J.O. handicapper must have a very poor opinion of Ihe Sydney two-year-olds, and it is evident by the weights he gave; out for tlii! 'nurseries'1 at the late meeting that he estimates .Hi-ga form 71b. better than that shown by Blent, liuoky, and Kpio, three winners at. llosehill. Den, who ran second at lioschill was considered I'.llb. below Jlogn form, and she was reckoned sonic pounds better than such unknown quantities, but good-looking and remarkably well bred colts, as Airlington, Roose velt, and Poseidon. Hegn is a long way from Sydney, and it is said they hold some good race meetings there, but it my memory is not at fault, some good pi-rforiners from that, section have ;it times boon tried and found wanting when pit ted against metropolitan handicap horses. London, a not very attr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE ^JLttJLilZ: JDA-lZrS. By CHARLES WHJTJS. CirAiTKH VII. — Continued. 'J'ho uscort stiirlud from Korbi's al ubout noon, with Sorgciinl Con dell on Uiu box bosidc tho ilrivcr mill . tho throo constables in (lie couch. During tho iivo hours eon suined between Forbes and Ton gong — 27 or 28 miles— nothing oc curred to warii the jiarty of im pending danger. , J3ut nciir. Jfr. Clements' station: two or three bul lock toanis were drawn up in the roadway ; as tins was not alto gether ii strange sight, very little thought was given to it until Ilia coach came quite close to the snot. It was then seen that there was only a small passage left between the obstructing teams and u huge mass of broken, pcfiiciulictilar rocks which jutted overhead at this particular pass. While the horses were thus quietly walking aud the constables no doubt on joying a more comfortable dial, the jolting of the coach not inter fering with smooth thought or con versation, suddenly there wa...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

L@@§C AT THIS. \^^- To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper. Slid A I!. — Cjnr.nxsi.A.vn, whito as snow, \\\l'.\ per 7011). Ikil'; Companies I.e. («? \o. 1, 7DII). hair, i:i/(i; I.A. or I.W. Uryslal, i:J/!l 701b. bag; Xo. a or J-iglit r.rnwn, lu'/li 7(lll). ba^'. ri.Ufl!. — I.n.v \iv Tin: Vai.i.i:v, a .splcniliil llakur'a Flour, in 'i01b. bajjs, S/(! per HJDlbs; r.i:i'NTOs1sorliii.i.iMi'ii:Is. in SOlb. bugs, 8/11 10011a. in 2001b ancka, S/(i pur 1001 Iw. TKA. — Our (inlduii Tip IVyl.m, at 1/' I'''' '??? '»' witbont :i ilmibt tliu best value liver nflVri'il, ' uiuie triuil always usud,' in '- x (- x 10 anil liOlfo. tins, iir liiiV'i'iMiuantiri'.s. lli(;li -!nivvn Oisylun, n lie:nitifnl Golden Tip, 1/3 purllj. Sperial lli;-r]i (.inin'n Exhibition (.iiililt-n Tip (.'eylcui, Is. (id. per 111. JAM. — Wbite Star, libs. .'ts. per doz. ; 21Ip.s'. h*. (id. iloz. l)iivu llraiid, mailu in Vietiiriii.'.'lb tins, 8s. (id. per doz. Mione Uranil, m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

j Paling's Pianos will stand all | climate s. | They're so I good and | cl\eap ; be-' I sides every |S one carries I our well | Known V* I guarantee. j.'i Send for handsome jV illustrated Cata [-. lofjxie, and don't for f'| got ' the Price List, '?.I Post Free. | Paling's, jj 338 George St., '} Sydney. ?, :!-.) ?

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