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

— AUK BUSILY EXGAU ED- EftSLARGING :^ 3 THEIR PREMISES ? I ? ? ? -?;. . ?? . —AND OPENING UP— ' 3; ? 'P —INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING— a?$$SPECIAL LIN'ES;^e HOSIERY^-efc- V LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S, and ',- SPECIAL LINE IN BOYS'. fe, GLOVES^— e^- ]: g}^~ SUEDE IN ASSORTED SHADES. -^B^ KID „ TANS. j; LINEN LISLE „ BEAVERS. \ Also in White and Black. , INSPECTION INVITED. ROOD &CHEGW1DDEN, -NEXT BANK HOTEL. Tea ! Tea ! Tea ! -the :f.A:m:oits YORK CASTLEJ3RAND. EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample Packets Free. F. R. eLHRK, Sole ftgent. QHURCH-ST. TEA ROOMS. MRS. I. COLE HAS ,01'ENED n TKA ROOM in lmr promises Church-street, Bega, ami ladies ciui rely on gutting a Hot Fragrant Cup of Tea at Airs. Cole's CHURCH STREET, BEGA. VISIT - THE MORTON STUDIOS Carp-street, Bega, And have your Photo Taken as a Christ mas and New Year Greeting to Friends far away. &&- THE BEST OK WORK ONLY. An Enlargement mounted on India Tinted Mount given away with every dozen Cabinet Photos. Old a...

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

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Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

I ? |; ADVERTISING. :' SINGLE COLUMN— First Inrh 3s, every sneereding Inch Is. till. UOOIJI.K COLUMN— First Inch, 5s, every succeeding Inch 2s. lid. t*T SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEA1ENTS. Address: CHURCH -ST., 13 E O A. THE NEWSPAPER — OF — ^S THE SOUTH. I.IVK LEADING ARTICLES, TOPICAL PARAGRAPHS, 1XTEK-DISTRIOT NEWS. Attractively Written and Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

The news of Mrs. Gregory's tragic end (who was murdered at the Hoyal Hotel, Sydney, by a fifteen year-old boy) came as a shock to her many friends at Coolgardio (says the 'D.T.' correspondent) who wires: Cireat sympathy is ex pressed for tho bereaved husband. Mrs. Gregory was, in the early days of Coolgardic, a nurse, and later matron, of the Coolgardie Hospi tal. During a. trying time, when the fields wero simply reeking with typhoid fever, and the hospitals wero all full, the deceased lady en dearod liersolf to all with whom she came in contact by her constant and unflinching attention to all of the patients imdor her charge. Mr. Gregory married his late wife about 11- or 12 years ago, at which timeho'wassharebroking; but later on' ho took over the United Club Hotel. Whilst act ing as hostess, of this hotel, Mrs. Gregory added thousands lnoro to her already long list of friends by her constant kindness and geniality. Tho keonest sorrow is felt at her untimely end.

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

CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 190G. I s a 1 -2 Q Day of Week £ ™ - « - s 5 5 S R ?? «?? £ II -M II M I'M. -r.M. 1 Thursday IS. Id 7 :! I'J 1'. II ?!» 1! Friday' ' n 17 7 1 1 II I ?r»l ;) .Siittirilnv fi 17 7 1-0 .i.m. ?I SUNDAY ft IS 7 0 2 5:i 12 :il r- Mondiiv mo 0 wi :i -is 1 12 (i TlKMKlnV i- 20 ti ftS -I -10 I nil 7 Wednmlny ft 21 (! 37 ft '-l '2- nil 8 TlnirFihiv ' ft 22 (i .111 li 111 ' ?!?'- D Kridny ' S 2IS (i .Vi 7 -I '1 II 10 Saturilnv ft 21 (i HI 7 W fi -IS 11 SUNDAY ft !2li 0 S-l 8 2tf (i .r,t) 12 Miimlnv I) 27 (i fi:i It 5 7 fill J.'l Tnffjiliiv 5 28 -i '-??! » -I -I '?- 1 1-t Weilmwliiv .1 2!l (i ft I 10 2:: 10 1! 13 Thursday' ft 211 (i :.O 11 ft II 11 Hi Friday r- :Sl-!(l 30 11 50 p.m. 17 Saturday . ft :!0 li -18 a.m. I 111 18 SUNDAY ft '.1 « -I' 12 :S8 2 21 111 Monday ft :i2 « -III 1 '-1 '? 211 20 TuuHilay .'1 :i:i (i 43 2 21! ?! II 2 Wcdmviluy 3 :!4l(i 44 '- 23 3 4 22 riiurmlny 3 :t5',li -IK 4 23 ft -111 2:1 Friday 5 WijlS 42 ii 21 li 2! I '24 Saturday 3 :i7 11 41 0 21 7 3...

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

THEY SAY: That the cricket mutch between the Mega and Til ha Associations in billed to commence at 10 o'clock — of course no one supposes that it will begin at that hour ; and That it. would he more satisfactory if some of the dry grass were removed from the fielding ground nearest the pilch— the lessee would probably not object to the useless stuff being re moved. That the Bermagui Progress Commit tee newspaper controversy bids fair to outrival the notorious Nerrigundah School of Arts wordy battle which ran for several months in the Sloruya 'Times.' That the promise of a special grant of £200 to the Kitunii Agricultural Society has 'produced a number of similar requests from ? other societies— all or none should share in the 'spoils.' That Mr. John Underbill has been offered a remunerative position in Syd ney. That Mr. Chapman will have a bum per house to-night; and i That apart from his distinguished position our popular representative's rare jHirsonality would secure him a large ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Carruthers, Chanter, and the Constitution. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

Carruthers, Chanter, and the Constitution. » Eves those who aru opposed to Mr. Chanter, M.U.R., would not think of regarding him us othur than a hard-headed man possessed of more than the average amount of com mon sense. And yet this man, in an interview with a Sydney daily, says that 'there was no doubt a private arrangement had been made at the Premiers' Conference ?wim regaru to me £ caer.ai uapuai, and that the whole proceedings for the selection of a site were, therefore, so much waste of time and everything must be gone over again, as it was evi dent the capital could now be put within the 100 miles radius of Syd ney.' Now are we to regard our Commonwealth Constitution as a solemn compact, an indissoluble bond, a magnificent instrument for the government of the freest people on earth, ora mere pamphlet of1 no more value than Lasseltor's price list? We wore always made to be lieve that our glorious Constitution was to bo regarded as little less than sacred and that the present ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labor and the Fiscal Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

Labor and the Fiscal Issue. Bhkwaruina Political Labor League has proposed that the Labor League Conference, now sitting at Sydney, should endorse a Protec tive policy 'with a view to the better encouragement of Australian industry and production.' The vast majority of Australian Labor ites are Protectionists, but have hitherto not been able to assert themselves because the early organi sation ot tne .Labor political move ment fell into the hands of the waterside unions, the members of which depend largely on the hand ling of imports for their living, and ire not far-sighted enough to see the better jobs that Protection would give them. And the argu ment was always available for the 'fiscal atheist' that- to help on Protection would be to favor the employer without any guarantee that he would pass the favor on to the employee. Labor has now, however, secured a firm footing in the Legislature, and can always prevent sweating if the community is well enough off to pay good wages. But ...

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

As You Like It. ?? I must linw lllnTly Willml, us Inrse u I'lnirler 's thu wind, 'I'd I. low cm \\ 1 ? 1 iiluiiM.'.' -?' ,\» You lAi! 11.' (Acl II., V. 7). At the annual conference of dele gates from, the N. S. W. Political Labor Leagues, the Arbitration Court, the idol of the Labor party's own creation, wa.s unmercifully bashed by its (-wn high priests. One speaker said that they were viivon to understand that the Arbi tration Court was the greatest boon on earth, but it had cost them £2000 in litigation. Something like live years ago organised labor (the unions) stood witli A'5000 to its credit, but to-day, that account wore a very depleted appearance. Anotherspoaker said that he could not go to his union and ask the members to subscribe lid. each (as suggested) towards a lighting or organising fund. They had spent a good deal of money in tho Arbi tration Court, and it might be necessary for them to again buy some justice there. Justice was very dear in this country. Which all goe...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. TUESDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY. (Before Mr. Galbraith, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

Police Court. ? ?? f Tuksuay, 6Trr. Fi:ii«UAKY. (I'Jeforo Air. G.ilbruith, I'.M.) Apn:u the Court hud been declared open, Mr. Illaiul on behalf of the Icgul priifcSHiou welcomed Mr. Oul liruilh to tho JJcgii bunch, lie hupeil that during his stay he would administer Justice tempered with mercy and that his visit to the district would bo. a pleasant one. Sub-Inspector Tippctt, as head of the police, also bade his Worship welcome to Bega for the short period during .which he was reliev ing Mr. Hawkins P.M. His, Worship thanked the two gentlemen for their welcome,' and said he had looked forward for six years to visiting the beautiful dis trict of Uega. After a verdict had been given in a Small Debts case, the follow ing were fined for breeches of the municipality by-laws, the Inspec tor of Nuisances (Mr. W. Ellis) prosecuting : P. Kirwin driving through Carp Street after dark without lights, finnd 5s and costs of court ;' Garnet Underbill, a boy cyclist, for riding a bicycle on the fo...

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

Inter-District Summary. The building of the Bemhoka show pavilion has been com menced. The Milton district is badly in need of rain, the country being almost as bare as roads. Forty-four special prizes arc already advertised in the local paper for Eden show. Mr. C. Coppin, of Moruya, . on Thursday, while using a pea-rifle had an eye seriousjy injured by the bursting of a cartridge. The purchaser of the publican's booth for thu Pambula show will be required to provide a booth jor the sale of soft drinks a reasonable distance away. Mr. Motcalfe, secretary and li brarian to the Pambula School of Arts has resigned and is going to reside in Sydney. Mr. Metcalfe was formerly' a resident of Moruya. The Hon. Austin Chapman, Post master-General, will address his constituents at Moruya to-morrow night, the second night of the Show. The first mails were delivered at the new Bemboka post oflice on Tuesday of last week. The pre mises were built by Mr. W. Man ning, of Bega, and cost nearly ,6800....

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega A. P. and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

Bega A. P. and H. Society. Tin-: monthly mouthy of the com-, milieu of thu above was held at the ollicu on Sutunlsiy afturnoon. Pre iiuiit : Messrs. (i. P. Kerrii-on (uhiiir), A. L. Manning, T. Coch rane, J. T. lingers, A. Niuklu, T. Underbill, J. It. Alilno, W. Hans oonibc, Jus. Cochraue, H. linder Jiill, G. l'arbi'ry, R. C. Bingeinami, Jno. Otton, \V\ llaslingden, ' IL Olton ami B. Ciowiug. This minutes ? of the previous meeting wero read and eonlirmeil. The bank pass book showed a credit balance of £S 8s lid. Press copies of letters written by the secretary since last meeting were read and approved. l.NWAKI) COKKKSroNDKNCK. A number of letters from per sons nominated as judges at the show signifying their willingness to aet in the sections to which they were appointed. From Mr. Joseph Bartley signi fying his intention of giving a special prize of £1 Is at the annual show for the best foal at foot by Grand Childe. From several Sydney firms en closing cheques for subscriptions' and...

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

FROM THE BULLETIN. Luck. — Miss A. (chattily): 'And which of you two had the luck to win the widow?' Mr. B.: 'Well, we divided it. Jones had the luck and I have the widow.' * « * There was a great time in a Melbourne suburb the other day when a local shopkeeper took the hint from a recent biograph picture and inserted an inch ad. for a .wiie . in the morninj; papers. Bv eight o'clock the applicants started ar riving, and as he took each one into his room to examine her as to her qualifications, there was soon a block. By ten, he had put through about half-a-dozen, and there were still 20 waiting. Meanwhile the crowd had got wind of what was going on, and a couple of hundred onlookers gathered round the shop and criticised the applicants audibly. Then the police arrived, and just in time, for the applicants had started to criticise each other. One expressed the opinion that it showed some people's cheek when they expected to get married with such faces, and the lady referred to retor...

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

ODDS AND ENDS. A .specimen of Mr. W. S.Gilbert's biting satire was his well-known remark to the editor of a humorous paper, who said at dinner, 'Oh. yes, we get hundreds of jokes sent to the ollico every week.' ' Then why ;tho dickons: don't, you print some of them?' said Gilbert. Speaking at thejjabor conference piVthe propo'sal''thftt;tiib resolution to contest all electorates should apply to the Federal elections only, Mr. P. Sullivan said there were men in the Federal Parliament who were good friends to the Labor party and named Sir William Lyne. He, (Sir William) had done more for the Labor party than anybody else. Mr. Joseph Hadfield, an old resident of tho Goulburn district, died of senile decay, at the age of 83, on Thursday. Pie came to the State about 54 years ago. He had an adventurous career, serving throughout the Burmese war and the Indian Mutiny, gaining medals and clasps for both. He was in New South Wales Mounted Police at Bathurst, and was frequently engaged in exp...

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

ALVERTISEMENTS. \xj.\::tk\).— a smaiit co.mi'osi ♦ V TOIt — miiKt be 'a SIUCXT \V-J!{KKIl...Aii|ily p!T';.nial:/at 'isl.'l/viia' (IM'ICK, J'.l.'gM. WANTED A DAIRY, by ii family -?:; | j;il-iu of milking up to JiiJ Cows. — Applv, 'P.UDGKT' OKI'MCE. fjiRUST MUXEYS TO LEX1). JL —Apply ULAM) & CUXX1XGHAM, Solicitors, Bega. g C IT O O L O F A R T S . A Special General Meeting OF SUIISCllllJKlJS Will lie held in the OKASS-KOOM, at 7.;iU p.m., on MONDAY, 1'Utli 1XST. liusiNKSs : To elect Three TruHtuuri. J. JI. LKK, Hon. Sec. 'I1KUA A., 1-. ANIJ 11. SOU1ETY. Show Luncheon, TKXDKUS for CATKltlXG f.irMKM I1KKS1 LUXUH at forthcoming ?UKUA A.. 1'. un.l U. SOUIKTY'S ANNUAL SHOW, are liuruljy invited and will bu received, in ivritiiifr, up to NOON on TUESDAY, Kith INST. Further particulars on application to JOHN UNUIiHlULL, Secretary. ?j^EUA A., V. AND II. SOCIETY. Tenders for¥ght to Two TEA ROOMS. TKNUKRS for the ItlOHT to TWO i2).TK-V it(JOMS at 131CGA A., P. and II. SOCIETY'S ANNUAL S...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moruya Annual Races. FIRST Day—Monday. (By Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

Moruya Annual Races. FinsT Day— Monday. (By Telegraph.) The Moruya annual race meeting opened on Monday. There was a good average attendance, and the weather, was fine. Following arc the results: — Opening Handicap — M. Keat ing's Medal Patrick, 7.13. 1; Jas. Turnb.ull's Botheration, 8.10, 2; W. Frazcr's Hurotta, 8.12, 3. Won by a head. Time 1.19. Hack Race— Wandella 1, Bar bella 2, Rapid River 3. Time 1.21. Rapid River was disqualified for 12 months for inconsistent run ning. Town Plate— M. Keating's Medal Patrick, 7.12, 1; 1). Dunsniore's Rullian, 9.3, 2; Jas. Turnbull's Botheration, S.7, 3. Vi'on by a length. Time, 1.46^. Trial Handicap— Tarcona and Barbella a dead heat. Protest by Tareena upheld, Barbella having run inside a post. Charles third. Members Handicap.— D. Duns more's llnflian 1, A. Hukin's Racket 2, W. Whehin's Amalgan 3. Good race into the straight, Rullian then winning easily by five lengths. Skcond Day— Tuesday. There was a record attendance at the races yesterday...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[BY CABLE]. LONDON Monday. BOYCOTT OF AMERICAN GOODS IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

[By Caulk]. London Monday. .BOYCOTT OF AMERICAN GOODS IN CHINA. ti Tho boycott of 'American 'goods in China has been revived. Several American citizens holding high positions in the China service have been dismissed. LADY GREY DEAD. ? Lady Grey wife of tho Secretary of Foreign Affairs succumbed to tho injuries received by a fall from her vehicle. QUESTION. The 'Times' says that Mr. Bal foni- is unwilling to, advance fur ther on tho fiscal question, and does not wish his party to commit itself to details. If desired ho will cheerfully resign 'the leadership to Chamberlain, but not to. a third person. The 'Times' adds that Chamberlain wishes tho scheme of tariff reform to bo the main plank in the Unionist platform, and those who refuse to accept Ibis propo sition will no longer be regarded as members of tho party. Mr. Cham berlain says ho is willing to servo UI1UU1 \\ . J\. i.jUllg, RUSSIAN AFFAIRS, The Russian marshalls predict a terrible agrarian crisis in spring, and all tho Cossac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

'I urn 111 Ihu iilwi! where 1 11111 ilenmnilwl ol l-uiimsIimiih) to hiiwifc till.' irutli, tliorofore Hit trulh I sl'i'iik. iinpimu il who so llslolh.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 February 1906

C31CKET. On S:i!:ir-!ay afternoon a team i:f school iiKi'-hcrs played an oluvun from lit. John's Institute on the Showground, the former .vinning 1-3' o') runs. The Institute perhaps* made the jiourwt showing of the season against this team, the hosvl ing of Why to being fatal to the batsmen. lingers was Again suc cessful in reaching double figures (17), while Richardson made 11. Whyto's bowling average — 4 wic kets for 5 — is the best performance on the Boga ground for some time For the teachers Richards piled up ?1.1 and Sullivan 18, being the only double-figure scorers. Byes (17) were a big item of the innings. Misses Smith, Tippctt,, French, Itixon and Manning were good enough to provide afternoon tea for the players, a thoughtfulness much appreciated, by the teams. Following are the scores: St. John's Institute. Uichardson b Sullivan ? 11 10. lSateman I) I'lnxlnml .. . . 0 A. IjIiwkoii I) Sullivan .. .. . . 0 It. Ithtml cimd h.Klnxlitnd .. . . -I Oiti(fc!i;!iik e l'oole 1- Sull...

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

SPORTING. Tun Kuirnn Memorial Fund amounts to ,£101. I'eds. are reminded to nominate fur Koliafers gaslight handicap at Wulumla, to be run on l'ithinst. Haying for the Adelaide club (South Australia) against West Tuitoiis K. JJaily niadii 2J0 not out. _ An aquatic club lias been formed at Narooinsi and ti regatta is to he held on Easter Monday. Criukcl match between St John's Institute and the Grammar School on thi! sbo./gro.ind this afternoon. Kilkelly's torchlight was run off last night with the following re sults: — tlehriiigor 12}^yds 1, JI. Klliolt (JJ^yds 2, James Constable 1 1 yds S. Mcaker and Clarke will include in tlieir three nights' athletic car nival at show time, a youths' sprint of 75 yards and a hurdlu race over the same distance. The Uoolamundra races take ]ilace on February luth and 14th. For the Ouii there are 19 nomina tions and for '. lie Pliuo IS. Bonnie Blink is nominated for each event. The New Zealand footballers, in an exhibition match against a serate'i li...

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