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From Our Correspondents. COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
From Our Correspondents. COBARQO. Nearly everybody here complains of want or water in the paddocks. It was never so scarce in the Co bargo district. The directors of the Cobargo Co operative Co. are having a dam put in the gully running into the creek alongside the factory. Mr. John Moloney is the contractor. One day last week, old Mr. Nut ley, 87 years of age, fell from the verandah of Mr. D. Gillespie's resi dence, where he has been living for some time past, and fractured his thigh. At Eurobodalla on Thursday, evening last week two of Mr.LayiB' children, aged 10 and 8,A*wmt'v.-iut* for t lie cows' ' and' 'ffofmt- 'rThcV wandered about the bush untfl they came to a fence which they at once recognised as being on their father's property at Cadgee. They had wandered from home a dis tance of five miles. However, thev went into the hut on the place, na it was then after dark, and slept there that night. Next morning they went home. All Thursday night lanterns could be seen flick ering...
A. P. and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
A. P. and H. Society. At the meeting of the committee of the above held at tho oflice on' Tuesday, the following wore pre sent : Messrs. G. ? P. Korrison (chair), A. L. Manning, J. Coeh rane, Win. Hanscombe, H. Ottbn, B. Cowing, J. T. Rogers, 15. C. Bingemiinn; T. J. Kelly, W. J. Jauncey, T..,Undorhill, J. Otton, J. It. Milne, W. Haslingdcn, T. Coch rano. After the minutes of the previous mooting were confirmed, corres pondence of an unimportant cha racter was read, being ehielly ac ceptances of tho positions of judges at the iorthcoming show. The motion that tho classes 28C to 293 inclusive in section 11 be exempt from the condition 'must be grown b}- the exhibitor' was lost. The class 'table decoration' .was exempted. The appointment of a subcom mittee, to interview Mr. Wood re a special grant was postponed for two weeks. , It was decided that the ground committee take immediate steps for the eradication of the borers attacking the .floor of the pavilion. A number of stewards were...
The Brand of a Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
The Brand of a Cow. At the Bega Polico Court on Tues day, bnforo Mr. Galbrailh, P.M., Samuel Sercombe sued Thomas Joseph Kelly for illegally detain ing a brown Jersey heifer, valued at £4, the property of plaintiff. Mr. Blomfield appeared for the plaintiff and Mr.- Bland for the defendant. Samuel Sercombe deposed: I am a farmer and reside at Tanju, whore I have a property; I wont there in July, 1004, to live, before that I had resided in Bega; owned \he property at the time and often visited it; before I went there I bought a few cattle, including a Jersey heifer; that was in l'JO'2; sent her out to the farm at Tanja whore my son William Thomas and my daughter wore; the heifer calved in 1S103, about Christmas time; the calf was a brown Jersey heifer, the one now in dispute; the cow was milked on the plifee by my son William '.' Thomas and was the. only one milking at the time; I often saw the cow and calf there ; after we went there to live we ' turned her out with the calf in an ad...
Entertainment at Numbugga. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
Entertainment at Nnmbngga. The minstrel entertainment and social held in the Nuinbugga School of Arts on Wednesday night in aid of the funds of the building was well-attended, between 180 and 200 people being present, including visitors from ail the surrounding centres. Bega was not so well represented, owing to the visit of Mr. Austin Chapman to the town, numbers who otherwise would have gone to Numbugga remaining to hear our popular member's speech. The minstrel show was especially good, considering that the members had- only been practising about a fortnight. Following are those who took part in tho chair business: Messrs. C. Kable (bones), T. Mc Guinnesa (interlocutor), H. Hans combe (tambo), W. Hickson, and Jones. The choruses were har monious and the gags entertaining. Mr. Jones pleased the audience with 'Goodb3'e, Mignonette' (harp accompaniment). The followiue ladiea and gentlemen contributed songs: Misses B. Cusack 'Hear the Wild Winds' Blow' ; I. Brown, ' Idle Words'; N. B...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
SPORTING. The Bombala Oddfellows will run a £\o. Sheffield handicap on Easter Monday. The time(1.59^)in which Ruf fian won the Moruya Handicap (S) furlongs)is a record for the course. McAIistor, who scored so well against N. S. W. made 141 against Queensland this week. The rights in connection with tho Coo tamundra race meeting realised as follows: Gates ^120, grandstand booth j£50, booth on flat ,£24. There were only three starters for the Moruya Town Plate and for the Moruya Handicap this week. The biggest field was four. The interdistrict cricket match — Tilba Association v. Bega — com- menceson the showground to day at 10. 30. A charge of 6d will be made at the gate. On Wednesday Lawson bowling for the Institute against the Gram mar School rivalled Whyto's per formance — 4 for 5 — put up last ' Saturday. Trotting matches, jumping con tests, a steeplechase under A.J.C. rules, and wood-chopping competi tions are among the attractions at the Wollongong Show which con cludes to-day....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
ADVERTISING. SINGLE COLUMN— First Inch 3s, every succeeding Inch Is. 6d. DODBr.B COLUMN— First Inch, 6s, every succeeding Inch 2s. (id. ? :o: ? gSSr- SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Address: CHURCH -ST., B E Q A . THE NEWSPAPER —OF — THE SOUTH. LIVE LEADING ARTICLES, TOPICAL PARAGRAPHS, INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. Attractively Written and Printed. Euery Wednesday and Saturday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
J. J. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP STREET, BEOA. (Burner)-. ncxtA.J.3. Bank*. May be Consulted daily. Hours : ! a.m. till 6 p.m. ; 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. ORMISTON S ORMISTON, DENTISTS, Bega. 'jl/TR. J. M. ORMISTON will visit ?'J- Hie undermentioned places monthly, on the following dates : — WpLU»Ii,A— (Sishnlcr'a Hotel) Monday - ' Kelmmryliitli. ? CANDELO- (Fmnr'a Hotel) Fvliruary 20, 21, 22 mid also Moroli 2nd to 3th. WYNnitA.M - (Turbett's Hotel) February ROCKY HALL— (Grunt's Hotel) February 'iG. UATHCART— (Folcy's Hotel) February 27 and 28. PAMBULA — (Robinson's Hotel! March 13 and U. EDKJJ— (Pike's Hotel) March 15 till 19. TOWAMBA-(McKee's Hotel) March 20, 21 and 23. YAMBOJ.LA— mughes' Hotel) March XI and 21. MR. MCKERN, DENTAL SURGEON, AUCKLAND STREET, BEOA. The Illawarra and South Coast Steam Navigation Company, Limited. Weather and other circumstances per mitting. ®jr3&. CJTEA5IERS Leave SYDNEY aSBSO forBERMAGTJI.TATHRA, MERIMBULA, and EDEN on MONDAYS at 2 p.m., and TH...
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
As You Like It , ' ?? J iniif.t liuvu llberly ' Wlilml, us inrKc n i-linrliT ni ihu wlml, To blow on wliom I iik-iisi'.' —'As You l.lliu It.' (Art II., w. ')? The rather popular fallacy, that what is fashionable must be ' re spectable' has received a sot back at the hands of Judge Murray. On Tuesday, referring to a statement by a solicitor that horse-racing has become a fashionable pastime,, his Honor, said '?that did not make it respectable.' And when Mho ' Biuxsut' .comes to think of it, there are vices which are winked at when practised by people in the fashionable circle, but are called very ugly names when detected among 'the 'lower ordeis.' ' Judge Murray sounded a great truth when he said that a thing wasn't necessarily respectable because it was fashionable. » *s s:- . A country newspaper says that ' the authorities advise tliat it is not a criminal offence to bo seen walking on the same side of the street as nn hotel during prohibited hours.' Now if the 'Budget' found itsel...
Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 February 1906
Inter-District Summary. Mr. Ackerley, tailor in Moruya for many years, has taken his de parture from the town. There are 27 cases of typhoid in the West Maitland hospital, besides a number of cases being treated privately. At Liverpool on Saturday while attending to a horse Mr. Shepherd veterinary surgeon was kicked by the animal and hud his right arm broken. ? ... ? ; Brigadier Cain, Provincial Com mander of the Salvation Army, and staff-captain Dutton were among the attractions at Moruya this week. The officers held forth in the Cen tennial Hall on Wednesday night. As a result of the extraordinary energy of tho stall-holders, the Moruya bazaar, which opened on Monday night, must have been stocked with hundreds of pounds worth of goods. The Bourke Council is in a bad way financially. It owes £150 in interest to the Mutual Life Asso ciation and the latter has threat ened to send up a receiver to col lect the money unless it be paid at once. An inquiry into the fire at the Rhine Fall...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
P''1' ? ' ? | Paling's I Victor 2 i Pianos. f (Patented) i The Victor Pianos r command thelargest ►; sale of any Piano in C the nvirket. p Specially made to £ our order, and pos !?! # sessing 3 Pedals, J ' handsome walnut f and gold cases, 'd cross strung, tri li chord, 7 octaves, P ivory keys. i ?''..-* $ Sern.1 for Free Catalogues. ?| Easy Terms if you wish. I '! Old Pianos taken in ex '! chanjre and full value c allowed. I * I Paling's, '1 338 George St., '? Sydney. *? ~1-.- ^T^ ? — — — To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper. SUGAR.— Queensland, white as snow, 13/3 per 701b. ling; Companies I.C. or No. 1, 7011). bag, 13/0; I,A. or I.W. Crystal, 13/9 701b. bag; No. 3 or Light Brown, 12/0 701b. bag. FLOUK.— Lily ok the Valley, a splendid Baker's Flour, in 501b. bags, 8/6 per lOOlbs; JJnu.vro.s-'s or Gillkspie's. in 501b. bags, 8/0 lOOlbs, in 2001b sacks, 8/6 per lOOlbs. . TEA.— Our Gulden Tip Ceylon, at 1/- per 11)., is without n d...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
SPORTING. The high-jumping at Moruya show was poor, Signal winning by clearing -1ft lOin. The gate takings at Moruya races wero £97 — first day -£41, second £56. At the Towamba races on Wed nesday Tommy Collins rode the five winners. This should be about a record in district racing. Britten was disqualified for 12 years for his running in Kilkclly and Vaughan's torchlight handicap at Moruya on Monday night. A prize is given at tho Eden show, which opens to-day, for tho best lady rider over 3ft jumps, the ladies to change horses. Some of the Tilba Tilba Associ ation cricketers aro anixoustohave another match with Bega and no doubt the game could be arranged to be played at Dry River. . ' It has been ascertained that no one of the name of Smith has ever represented N.S.W. or Australia in first-class cricket. Cricket doesn't appear to run in the Smith family. The Delegate people have had enough of registered race meetings and intend to hold picnic races about show time. Prizes amountin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
[the bega budget CIRCULATING I l'|roughout the &dei]-JVjoi]apo Electorate. I ? o ? I The Live Newspaper of the South. SUITABLE SUMMER SUI1V FOR HOT WEATHER. We make a Speciality of things light and airy, strong and sensible, for liot weather wear. t WHITE, BROWN AND FANCY DRILL. Coat and Trousers, €%^F Id. To Measure, j£U £ ] O TUSSORE SILK. Coat & Trousers, (~\ ^\ fl^ jT\ To Measure, 3O^ & \j ASSAM SILK. Coat & Trousers, f~y fj O- £\ To Measure, -3O«3 *3 \J These Suits are in Patrol or Sac Shape, moveable buttons with false fly, patch pockets, slip watch pocket, and are expressly intended for a tropical climate. Send for Patterns, Catalogue, Tape and Measure Form, posted free to you on application. XXP-ALiLi QOOD3 ARK SENT CARRIAGE PAID.-flKf ^-m7iff3$t0? QEoTQEto3T9R0EET %tT ^ -lZf ~~' SYDNEY. Clifford Loue&CBB!^. SHIP BRAND /J^V Com Flour A/ Is the only / -$** / Treble-Eefined COEN FLOTJB 7^*/ ? made. / Jt^V / X|7^ ? *^/ W Two Packets of 3&...
THE PASSENGER LIST. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
THE PASSENQER LIST. Departures. The following were passengers per steamer Eden on Saturday last : — From Eden, Messrs. Nute, White; from Merimbula, Messrs. Pierce, Miller, Hay wood; from Tathra, Mcsdames Brown, Pietzker, Parkes, Misses Kirkland, Gordon, Pietzker (2),Gillitrd, Grejr, Gillcspio, Browu, Messrs. Underbill, Caldwell, Hib burd, Keys, Boajj, Jones, Swords, Spence, Masters Pielzker (2); from Bermagui, Mcsdames Warn, Leverton, Misses Miller, Jessicker, Warn, Ritchie, Tarlinton, Rixon (2), Long, Christiansen, Messrs. Warn, M'Mahon, Leverton, Masters Warn 2. Arrivals. Eden's passengers to-day : — For Bermagui, Messrs. Bohrsman, Le verton, Noblo, Nutley, Martin, Clarke, Misses Bohrsman, Sawfell (2), Mrs. Tarlinton ; for Tathra, Rev. Father, Condon, Messrs. Mc Grath, Sharpe, Watts, Miss Neath, Mesdames (Joetz, Parsons, Lohan; for Merimbula, Messrs. Campbell, Gibons, Symott, Misses M'Cabe (2), Mrs. Cummons; for Eden, Messrs. Donovan, Shelley, Mrs. Gidley, and one in tho steerage....
Show Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
Show Fixtures. Fou.owino is a list of the dates of the various district shows, 1906 — Eden — February 14 and 15. Pambula— February 21 and 22. Candelo — February 28 and March 1. Wollougorig — February 8, 9, and 10. Berry — February 7, 8, and 9. Nowra — February 14 and lo. Bega— March 7 and 8. Bombala — March 13 and 14. Delegate— March 20 and 21.
FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
FROM THE BULLETIN. 'L.B.R.' : Re the starting of .bush fires. Extraordinary precau tions are taken by some' outback smokers. One cocky out Mudcee way spits on every match before he throws it down, and another, in the same district, carries a small flask half-full of water, in which all 'dead' matches are dropped and corked up. A boundary rider in the Old Man Plain district places each match, as he extinguishes it, on his saddle, and sits hard thereon; and a man I struck near Walcha some years back not only blew the match out, but spat on it, and then deposited it carefully inside his shirt. He reckoned he would know if it started a fire going. Many Riverina stations, by the _ way, supply their men gratis with safety-matches to pre vent the use of vestas. « * * ' Harvey Kay ' : Australians possess a faculty of accurately describing a man by means of a peculiarity. I was asked by a stranger to a Queensland town, of which I was a resident, whether I knew a tailor there whose name the q...
CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1906. 'I oj m S ,„ % Day o£ Week 5 f « * i, B 3 3 © It 51 II M I'M. P.M. 1 Thursday 5 Hi 7 2 12 Hi II 1!) 2 Friday 5 17 7 1 1 (i 11 51 3 Saturday 5 17 7 1 2 0 a.m. ?J .SUNDAY 6-187 0 2 53 12 SI 5 -Monday fi 1!) (i 61) :! -18 1 12 C Tuesday 5 20 (i OK A 40 1 !)'.- 7 Wednesday 6 21 (i 57 6 lit 2 50 H Thursday 5 22 0 6(1 0 1!- « J-i '.I Friday B 2,'i 0 iw 7 4-1 41 30 Saturday 5 24 (i T)4 7 4(3 fl 48 11 SUNDAY 5 20 (i.fi-l 8 2il (i 60 12 Monday ? 6 27 0 63 !- 6 7 50 13 Tuesday fl 28 (I'M !- 41 !-. ! 14 Wednesday 5 2!) G fil 10 23 10 (i 16 Thursday 5 21)06011 51111 Hi Friday 5 30 (i 50 U 50 p.m. 17 Saturday 5 30 0 48 a.m. 1 1!) 18 SUNDAY S 31 0 47 12 38 2 21 1!) Monday 5 32 (5 4(i .1 31 8 20 20 Tuesday ?' 6 33 (- 45 2 2li 4 14 21 Wednesday 6 34 0 44 3 23 . 5 4 22 Thursday 5 35 -» 43 4 25 f- ?»» 23 Friday 5 3(- 0 42 5 24 (i 2!) 24 Saturday- 5 37 0 41 IS 21 7 5 25 SUNDAY 5 38 0 40 7 18 7 40 2« Monday... ? 5 K8 0 38 8 14 8 12 27 Tuesday 5 3! (i 37 0 8 8 45 28 Wednesda...
Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
Live Stock and Other Sales, Auctioneers Reports. E. I. Pell, repots having sold privately, on account of Mr. 0. Bauer, two cottages, Carp-street, Bega, at a satisfactory price, Mr. O. H. Blacker being the purchaser. William llixou notifies : On Monday, ' 19th February at Collins' Hotel, Candelo, the butter milk from the Wolumla Creamery for one year from 1st April. To bu sold at per 1000 gallons. on Monday, 19 February, at Collins yards, Candelo, 30 head mixed cattle. On Wednesday. 21st February, by order of Mr. W. Tortice, at his residence, Candelo, household fur niture and effects, horse, pony, buggy and harness. E. I. Pell notifies : On Saturday, 17th Februarj', on account of Mrs McCarthy, at tho residence, corner of Carp and Parker Streets, household furnituro and effects, also 15 choice fowls. Sale at 2 o'clock.
The Country Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
The Country Press. A wuiTEit in the Sydney 'Bulletin' ' deplores the weakness of the New South Wales country press and points out that outside of New castle (which is really a city) and Broken Hill, there is not one .really. rich and prosperous provin cial journal in the State, though in several centres a gallaut strugnlc is being carried on by small pro prietaries. The sheet which has one reporter in addition to the editor is the exception, the rulo is to find an cditor-reporter-managcr running the show.' All of which is quite true, and the Budget very much regrets the press is not the power it ought to be in the coun try districts. And the reasons why this is so are not far to seek. The first and chiefest is, that as a rule the country newspaper pro prietor - editor - reporterjobprinter jobber and sometimes auctioneer is a man who is not qualified to run a paper and 'is as devoid of an opinion on any, subject outside a horse race or agricultural show as an aborigine . is of the Co...
From Our Correspondents. ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 February 1906
From Our Correspondents. ROCKY HALL. The long spell of hot dry weather was broken on Friday evening by a thunderstorm. The rain which fell was a great blessing for which overvono was thankful, for the crops had begun to wear a very withered appearance. The Stoney Batter school has not been opened since the Christmas holidays when the teacher Miss De'nt was removed. Parents are very indignant at the delay, as the children aro getting backward in their .work.