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Native Rising in Natal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

Native Rising in Natal. The natives near Richmond, Natal, havo refused to pay poll-tax. Two armed natives wcre^arrc'sted, and a serious affray followed al most immediately. A party of forty.: armed '.''Zulus ambushed a party of police. Tho ringleader contemptuously struck Inspector Hunt on the face with the Hat of his assegai. , Hunt thereupon shot him (load, and in tho melee that ensued tho inspector and a trooper were killed. The police force was compelled to retire, one of the troopers riding many miles with an assegai in his back. Martial law has been proclaimed, Carbineors and Artillery have boon mobilised, and volunteers have been sum moned to arms. Tho Transvaal authorities are guarding the Swazi land borders owing to the outbreak of natives at' Richmond. [There has been unrest among the blacks of South Africa for sonic t|me,and it has boon fostered by negro missiomiVicti preaching 'Africa for the,; I!Iiick Africans.' The population of Natal' is 1,108.000, the whites numberin...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

J. J. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP STREET, BEOA. (Surgery, m-xt A.J.S. Bnnkj. Slay be Consulted daily. Hours : 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. ; 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. ORMISTON & ORMISTON, DENTISTS, Bega. TVTU. ,T. M. OUMISTOX will visit ?'-*- tlie midernwiitioiiuil places monthly, on the following dates:— WOMIMLA— (Srhnfur'* Holcli Monday CASDELO- (Prater's lintel) February 20, 21, ?» ami ulso Mardi Und to 5th. WYNDIIAM — (Turban's Hotel) February 23 and 2-1. ROCKY IIALL-(Grant's Hotel) l'ebruory CATHOART-CFoIey's Hotel) February 27 PAMBULA — (Robinson's Hotel! March 13 una 1-1. ! EDErf-fPlke's Hotel) March 15 till 19. TOWAMBA-(McKcq's Hotel) March 20, YAMBULLA-dlughcs* Hotel) March 23 and 24. MR. MCKERN, DENTAL SURGEON, AUCKLAND STREET, BEOA. ? The Illawarra and South Coast Steam Navigation Company, Limited. Weather and other circumstances per mitting. ®h^OTEAMERS Leave SYDNEY S4H&iO forBERMAGUI.TATHRA, ME1UMBTJLA, and EDEN on MONDAYS at 2 p.m., and THURSDAYS at 10 a.m. Leaving ...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

SPORTING. The annual meeting of the Walla goot Ilowing Club will be held on Tuesday niglit. Acceptances for the Sydney Thou sand, the biggest wheel nine in t-io world close to-night. Among tlio hor.ses to have been offered for sale this week by William lnglis and Son, Sydney, was Innis. Nazi's Mirrilba (7.7) ran un placed in the Goulburn Opening Handicap on Friday. At a meeting of the Moruya Jockey Club this week the disquali fication of Rapid River and Jockey llibburd was reduced to C months. A torchlight handicap will be run at Cobavgo on the first night of the Show, Henry promoter. The prize money is £5. Picnic races will be held- at Delegate on March 22nd, the third day of the show. The meeting will not be advertised. The visit of an Australian Rugby football team to England is likely to take place within two or three years. Ruenalf mare Perfect has been sent by E. Keys to Mr. Eccleston's stud at Dalgety, where she will be mated with the Gozo horse Wood lark. A swimming 'country...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

ODDS AND ENDS. The actual number of political prisoners in Russia is estimated at 75,000. :Sir Harry, RawBon will remain , ^?Mb^W^VpiibJibly'utfttl Easter, except' for occasional visits to Syd hey^oji;Ofjicial ?business. ., ' : -^-Though' defeated 'a t'the polls, the Chamberlain ideal is still the ideal one— a self-contained, self support ing Empire. The Prince and Princess of Wales and party in their tour of India have reached Hyderabad on the Indus, in the province of Sind. Speaking at Redfern on Tuesday night Mr. Joseph Cook, deputy leader of the Opposition, said the Laber Conference was a first-class principle-crusher. The Russian Government is re turning to America many money orders sent to relieve the Jews, alleging that the money is intended to aid tho revolutionary cause. King Alfonso of Spain lias offi cially informed the Spanish Govern ment of his bethrothal to the Prin cess Ena of Battenburg. The wedding will take place on June 2 at the Church of Geronimo el Real. The Vic...

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ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

ROCKY HALL. Since tho light showers reported in my last we have had hot and dry weather. At the Wyndham Court on Tues day a number of our locals were charged under the new Liquor Act, and, included in the batch was the publican. One defendant was ac quitted he having proved that he had travelled the statutory dis tance of 10 miles. Another proved that ho was a boarder. In tho remaining cases (the licensee ex ccpted) a fine of 10s. with Gs. costs was imposed. The licensee was fined £1 and costs 6s. One of the lads was treated very harshly' as he stated that he had only been to see his best girl who resides at the hotel. But the P.M. evidently did'nt believe the yarn and fined him with the rest. Cherries in abundance are still growing in Mr. Kraanstuyver's orchard. Usually the crop peters out about Xmas.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What the New Liquor Act Has D[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

What Ihs N;w Liquor Act lias A request whs recently nuido by tho Chief Secretary to the Inspector General of Police fur observations, from the police point of view, re garding the working of the new Limior Act. Mr. Gravin has accord ingly received reports from superin tendents in nearly all the police districts in the State, showing the operation of the Act. When for warding these reports to Mr. Hogue, the Inspector-General wrote: — 'On the whole, it will be seen that the various superintendents look on the measure favorably, and consider that there has been agn-at improve ment in the conduct of hotels' as regards selling on Sundays and during other prohibited hours.' Mr. Hogue.also remarked that ho himself could speak very highly of the zeal and intelligence of the force in their regard for tho proper observance of the law. So far as the reports themselves are concerned, it is ascertained that several of the writers state that the Act is working smoothly and satisfactorily; that ve...

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COBARGU. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

COBARQU. No rain yet, arid everybody ' com plaining of scarcity of water in the paddocks. Why don't these people who havelarge holdings here have wells, put down and windmills erected, ? and attached to pumps, then they would always have good pure water for their stock. Mr. -Peter Iteilly,' -'maintenance man,- is hard at work filling in with stone the angle between the two bridges at the intersection of the Bega and Wandella roads. The department is going to out off the sharp turn which bus always been a menace to travellers. Then ?perhaps our town lamp will be placed in that central position, where it was -first intended it should be. Someone said that it will perhaps burn then— at present it is stuck up against a green tele graph pole. The directors are having a tele phone put up between the butter factory and the Company's ollico in town, and the work is being carried out under expert super vision. MISUItlWINGA' (Timu) PICNIC RACES. The Mcrriwinga picnic races we're held on the c...

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WAITING FOR DEATH. VIVID SENSATION OF A MAN SUSPENDED IN MID-AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

WAITING FOR DEATH. VIVID SENSATION OF A MAN SUSPENDED IN MIDrAIIl. The (sensations experienced by a niiin when in imminent danger of death were vividily described to an 'Express' representative) by Albert Francis, ft 'plumber, whose , rescue from an extremely perilous position was witnessed by several thousands of people near London Bridge one night -last' month. Francis was working on the outside of a ware house in King William-street,' and was sitting in a 'cradle,' 00 feet above the road- way. When: the time came for him to bo lowered down, the cradle would not movo, and there was no alternative but to slide down the guide rope. To ensure his safety a rope was lowered from the top of the built1 ing, and this he passed round his body. Ho then jumped off and caught the guide rope all right, but to his horror found that his jacket had become fixed in the cradle and it was impossible for him to move one wny or the other. He found him self suspended in mid-air, with no support /but th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Wednesday at Wolumla. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

'Wednesday at Wolumla. Wolumla had a big day on Wed nesday when a gaslight handicap was run in the afternoon1 and another at night. The attendance on each ground was good, book makers being more than usually numerous. The placed men in Schafur's Handicap ran up from well back which shows a disposition on the part of the promoters not to penalise a runner because he happens to bo gifted witli a bit of pace and has won a prize or two. The public as a rule sympathises with the .back-murker, probably because it has a taste for good running. There was a fair number of Bega peds present. Mr. J. Porter as starter had the confidence of runners. Following is a list of the prize-winners: — 13U15WS HANDICAP. Heat Winners — 1st liound. yds. 1— IT. Meiiker ? ... 10 2— 'Psyche' ? 13 3— H. McDonald ? 11 4—11. Burton ... ... ... 11 5 — A. Tabor ? \'2l/i (-—.]. Glenn ? Ki 7— IT. Elliott ... ? Stf S— If. J.Elliott ? 14 !.) — Go Soon ... ... ... 8J- 10— W. Law (a walk over) ...12^ 2nd 'Hound. 1— W. La...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers Reports. Wm. Rixon reports having a good sale last Tuesday at the sale yards, a large number of cattle being forward, which were sold at the following prices: Pigs — Largo framed forward stores 30s, slips 9s Gd. Cattle— Light fat bullocks £G 6s, fat cows £4. 18s Gd to £G 8s, store cows £1 15s to £2 9s, sprin gers £4 10s to £5 17s 6d, milkers £4 to £7 17s Gd, poddies 13s Gd to 27s 6d, bulls £1 15s to £3 7s Gd. The lease of Mr. W. Scott's farm, Kanoona, at 11s 3d per acre. E. I. Pell reports having sold at the Bega yards last Tuesday: Store pigs to 12s 3d, store cows to 28s, yearling steers 25s to 30s, poddies 9s to 10s, buggy horse £9, buggy turnout £27. W. 0. Allan and Co. report having so\d on Tuesday last: — Poddy steers 14s, Shorthorn steers to 24s, heifers 23s to £2, fat cows £5 os. William Iiixou notifies: On Monday, 19th '?February at Collins' Hotel, Candelo, tlie butter milk from the Wolumla Creamery for one year from 1st April. To be s...

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ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR.1 Edith: 'Did papa kick against our marriage?' Eddie: 'Yes; but ho kicked harder against my trousers.' ?x ? « « Lady : 'don't you know that a barking dog never bites?' Tramp: 'Yes, muni; but how am I to know that all of a sudden your dog won't stop barking?' «- * - « Husband : ' Did you maku this pudding dear?' Wife : . Yes, darling?' Husband: 'I'd rather you wouldn't do any more of tlii.s sort of work.' Wife: 'Why?' Husband: 'It's too heavy.' -s si; ?# Beak: 'After you arrested (he accused did you warn him?' Con stable : '1 did, yor worship.' Beak : 'What did you say to him?' Constable: 'I said when he (.'line before you he'd cop it hot.' » * « 'So she's engaged, oil? That inuruly goes to prove the. truth of what I have always uont'.'mlud — that, no matter how plain looking a. girl inny !-o, there is a msito for her fionicwhi'ri: in the world. Whom is she going to marry?' 'Me.' *? «:- «-' '1 know, old ohappiH,' said Uobhs, 'she has bur faults, and a temper, a...

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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANG1NG. TIBIDH ZE^isSLV. ZD-A.-5TS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chapter VII.— Continued. He glided onwards, and with a a species of delibcratcness, which was especially remarked, looked into all the coaches, eight in num ber, as he passed by, as if for the purpose of overhauling the passen gers.-' From the descriplioa given of the traveller-chieftain by ono of our informants, who was well qualified from habit to note per sonal peculiarities, and whose eyes had evidently taken in the whole man, we have no doubt that the had seen and spoken to Gardiner. His height, build, complexion, de meanour, the scar on his left eye, and other particulars were scanned, the only discrepancy being in the l-eard, which had been shaven under the chin. On the following day our travellers mot Sir. Frede rick Pottingor and his troopers, from whom they gleaned the first intelligence of the escort robbery, and to whom they communicated the facts now stated. Upon their information, the inspeetor-ind h...

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Polly's Story. A SERIAL STORY. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

Pol 3y's Story. A SKKIAI. STOKY. l'AUT ir. '.Suuii .Miss Priecilla!' .'iiiil I, tinning cukl all over, for ol oourse 1 thought he'd gonu out of his mind. I sui-i-oso lie saw liow frighleiied i luohud, for ho adilcd, Jmstily — 'Tin as well as you arc, Polly. l-\'i;l my hands, child.' 1 fi'k them; thuy woru burning hot and I told him so. 'Xunseiicu,' ho said. 'I'm as wi.ll us you arc; — jionuctly woll. .lu.-t now — 1 wasn't thinking of her ovum — 1 was ruaiiing — reading- a novol— niul I chanced to look up, and there — there was niy darling, staudini; at the other end of the room.'' 'Oil, .Mr. Dan-ell, sir,' cried I, '?you're v«vy ill, I'm afraid! Do let me .-L'lul for a doctor!' 'tiinid night, child,' said lie, tinning away with n sigh. 'How did your narty go off? 'it's of no usu talking lo you, 1 see.' ''You mi-ail to tell me, sir, that you naw Miss I'riscilla standing in your room?' 'i .s;nv her,' said he, turning lo me again, ami sneaking very earn estly. '1 saw her twice, Polly. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

Clifford L«&Oonipyi's/ -1 SHIP BRAND / JfrYl | / ^V : Treble-Refined CORN FLOTm / Jj?^ f 6 I made. / |O^» / X|X I ~~~555^=- ^ , / = = '- 'V^^t^^Jid Wholesome, ? Two Packets of i%&fM}rmvMF Nutritious, and I chip RRAMn mWmW? eminently suited = SHIP BRAND Ti#|||§& for Weak Stomachs. | CORNFLpUR K||iRo ===== ^/CQRRI FLOUR) / Is ranked by Medical authorities and / Food Experts as the Highest-class GOEN FL0TJB in the World. It is free ?om Oil, Potatoe Starch, and every form of Adulteration. l^y vmFFORD LOYE & OOMPY, ^/ 77 Clarence Street, SYDNEY. I «— ? .____ ? .. ? «~ Our Belt _;. i || 1 1 ij || M if |pjf free M/£ KNOW that no one remains a Weakling because ho want to. Wo uro sure you want lo i ' overcome any symptom ol oarly decay that has shown itsoll on you, and wo know that i It you have a reasonable foundation lo build upon v.o can make you a Strong, Healthy, and ? Vigorous Being. Wo want to sond you tho names ol many who, when they enmo to us, were f...

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[BY CABLE]. LONDON, Thursday. BALFOUR AND CHAMBERLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

[By Cable]. London, Thursday. BALFOUR AND CHAMBER LAIN. An agreement has been arrived at between Balfour, and Chamber lain as to the future policy of the Unionist Parly. Balfour explains his policy of fiscal reform to secure more cfi'ual terms of competition for British trade, closer commercial union with the colonies, a 'mode rate general tariff on manufactures, and a small duty on foreign corn. Mr. Balfour embodies these views in a letter to . Mr. Chamberlain. The latter accepted tho policy in dicated ii n (I offered hirf undivided support to Iialfour. The 'Morn- ing Post' says that Balfour has crossed the bridge, and retains the ?'leadership, while Chamberlain in spires the Party's policy. PPvOTECTION GIVEN ITS ? ' . QUIETUS. ' Campbell-Bannernian says that the people gave- protection its quietus, ami ho, anticipated there was a tinic of strenuous fruitful action for tho benefit of tho coun try in the near future. THE UNITED STATES AND . . CHINA;-, -? ,- '. . The United States is...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. DEATHS FROM PLAGUE. The death is announced of two plague patients at Freniantle. NEW ZEALAND LOAN A SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. DEATHS FROM PLAGUE. The death is announced of two plague patients at Fremantle. NEW ZEALAND LOAN ? A SUCCESS. The New Zealand Government's half-million loan was a great suc cess, no less than £731,000 being offered. Sydney investors applied for £250,000. ? CONSTABLE SHOT. Constable Lynch, of Esperance (W.A.), was shot by an aboriginal whom he had iu custody, but the wound is not fatal. TARIFF COMMISSION. The evidence given before the Tariff Commission yesterday was all in favor of increased duties on imported machinery. OLD AGE PENSIONS COM MISSION. It is understood that the Old Age Pensions Commission has abandoned the proposal to allow pensions to women of GO years of age. This decision will mean a saving of £-100,000 a year. Botli sexes will receive pensions at 65. WILLIS. The judgment of the Full Court at Natal iu the Willis case has caused general bewilderment in lo cal legal circles. A CAPTAIN REFUSES TO ACCEPT MAILS. The captain of the steame...

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EDEN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

EDEN SHOW. The Eden Show opened on Wednesday, and during (.lie day thf-i'o was an attendance of about 500. The attendance jDn the se cond day was much larger. Messrs Jno. Otton, .1. T. Collins and J. lxixnn were judges in the horse section, and Messrs. W. W. Wren and Wm. Hanscombe in cattle. Mr. W. W. Wren also judged in the farm produce. Mcsdames A. Newton and W. W. Wren were judges of flowers. Following are a few of the awards: Hat. hackney, D. II. Binnic 1, A. Uu kinHi; 12st hackney, J. E. W. Invin mid V. Tnrliutnn divided; lady's hack ney, V. Tnrlintou ; buggy horse (15.2), .7 K W Invin ; maiden buggy horse under lii.2, J. E. \V. Irwin ; woodchopping con test, J. Severs; sleeper-squaring contest, ICrnie Beeus ; champion milking cow, W. I. Swinnerton ; trot, \V. Bartley's Kathleen ; ninidcn hunt ing contest, A. Hukin's Sigmil ; Shorthorn hull,. .'Jyrs and over, K. T. Smart 1, G. U Ellis 2, 2 entries; short horn cow, K. T. Sinnrt 1, S. Cole 2, 8 entries ; bull for dairying purpose...

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As You Like It. " I must have liberty Withal, as large a charter as the wind,To blow on whom I please." —"As You Like it." (Act 11., se.7). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

As You Like It. - 'limifctlinvc liberty Wiihnl, us inrec a i-hm-iur us the v.-iml, To bluiv mi wlmm I jiIc/im...' — ' As You Lite li.' (Act 11., tc 7). Ihe boy-murderer Quinhin, who stabbed Mrs. Mercy Gregory to death, is receiving quite a number of testimonials us to his good char acter. The Budgkt is beginning to think that Quinism's confession s ii-pul-up job and that instead of he heinous murderer ho is repre sented to be, he was a really good joy who never swerved from the path of rectitude and was a Sunday school teacher in disguise. At the trial Quintan's counsel should take Lhe stand that the unfortunate Mrs. Gregory fell on a knife in various attitudes and gashed her self to death. The liuni-.ET sug gests that Quinlan's friends secure the services of tho lawyers who worked the .Slattcry. Willis and Miilard jobs, and if they can't prove an alibi there should be no reason why they shouldn't get the final consideration of his case postponed from time to time until the public h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

ADVERTISEMENTS. ANTED.— A SMART COMPOSI TOIl — must be a SILENT WOHKEK.. .Apply personally at 'BUDGET' OFFICE, Bega. ^ A N T ED. WANTED A DA111Y, by a family capablu of milking up to 150 Cows. — Apply, 'BUDGET' OFFICE. HP II E Y'lt E B I T IN' ! £8ST BAIT for every KIND of FISH at tho STUATHMOUK' STORE, BRICKYARDS. NOTICE. FROM this date I shall not be respon sible FOR ANY DEBTS CON TRACTED IN MY NAME without my written authority. W. HART. 13th Feb., 1000. T)EMB0KA JOCKEY CLUB. — A meeting wil bo hold on — Saturday, i7th February, AT 7.30 P.M., IPfflTTO DRAW UP A PROGRAMME. P, CHAMPNEYS, Secretary. JJEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY — CLUB.r Show Race Meeting. Day after Bega Show. KIT NOMINATIONS FOR ALL EVENTS CLOSE Saturday Next, 24th Inst. JOHN UNDEIUIILL, Secretary. T3EGA A., P. AND H. SOCIETY. Annual! Show, Y/EDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MARCH 7 and 8, 1906. ENTRIES CLO3E Saturday, 24th Feisuuaky. DOT LATE ENTRIES on SATUR DAY, .'ird MARCH. JOHN UNDERIIII.L, Secretary. —^THINGS' NEVER LAST LONG! ...

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"THE VOICE THAT BREATHED O'ER EDEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

'THE VOICE THAT BREATHED O'ER EDEN.' ' Tiik bloke who went to Eden Heturned the other day; But the grass went all to seedin' Since he went far away. The back page went to blazes The Bega streets were dull, As tue summer sun sank westward. And to home the swift sea-gull. Be careful how you treat him, He's tender, very tender, And tho' he thinks the world is wide He don't know who's the sender. So let him pass, and let him go To have his quiet snooze, He'll wake again, and quiet ask Hello, here ! Any news? — Jumbo. A meeting of the Bemboka Jockey Club will be held atMudie's Hotel to-night to draw up a pro gramme for the 21st March. The match Printers v. Teachers on the showground this afternoon will be a ojie-sided game. The former team is composed entirely of printers, but the latter includes only five teachers, the remainder being made up of dentists, bank clerks, and 'professionals.' In fact the teams should be labelled ' Press ' v. Public. The 'Budget' isn't complaining — it has f...

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