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From Our Correspondents. BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

From Our Correspondents. BBMBOKA. (By the Drkamkr. 'Very dry weather, Zebra, we want rain badly.' Zebra: 'Never seen j'ou any other way this last ten years. In December last you bail 42-1 points of rain, and in February 17G, and now here you arc again crying for more.' 'Dreamer: 'Well, you know, Zebra, we had a very bud time before that, and had it not been for two or three days' rain that, came at the end of last season, dairymen, agriculturists and graziers generally would have been 'broke.' Zebra: 'Tell mo, how did that save them from going 'broke?' Dreamer; 'Well, that put them on their financial feet for the winter and made plenty of grass for the cattle to live the winter through. If stockowners had to buy feed, and hand-feed their cattle through the winter the cattle would eat their tails off.' Zebra: 'Well, you have yourselves to blame, and if you went in for a system of irrigation you would militate considerably against dis aster by drought.' Dreamer: 'How are you going to ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

THEY SAY: That the I. and S.C.S.N. Co. is hav ing another steamer built in Scotland; and That she will have lirat-clnss passun }!i'r accommodation mid )-u much fiwter than any of the company's fleet. That in response to numerous en-' quiricH the Buihibt announces that there will be no charge at the gate this afternoon in the cricket match teachers v. pressmen. That it is only lately people are be ginning to realise the true meaning of the term 'agricultural pursuits' — it is a t-ynonym for rabbit and hare chasing. That at the opening of the W'ollon gong show lust week, Mr. \V. M'Court, speaker of the Assembly, advocated the establishment of a separate Department for Agriculture ; and That the idea is a good one as a means of providing employment for the friends of members of Parliament — this country will soon be a nation of clerks, civil ser vants, and experts of various kinds. That A. H. Bauinberg, the ' popular jeweller, is still at the Bank Hotel with a glittering array of jewel...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUTTER is down to 10 1/2d. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

Buttkk is down to 10-Ad. Last night Mr. E. I.'*Pell was electuil mayor unopposed. 1'AMMt-i.A show on Wednesday iiiul Thursday next. Entries close to-night. llL lit -!? Tiik Continental held last week in the Methodist Parsonage grounds resulted in a return of about jQSO. Jt is intended to hold a. contoncntal iinnuiilly. ? V ♦ * * ? Tins Attorney-General has cabled for a full explanation of the whole position, arising, out .of the failure to extradite Willis, with n view to any further action that may be possible. « * * i jM.it. IvicriAitn Kousi:, oi liiragan j: bil, near Ciulgong, the well-known sportsman and horse breeder, died at his residence on Monday night and was buried at Mudgee on Wednesday. [ & & $?? An English company has been formed, with a capital of ,£30,000, to acquire and work the Roaring Camp reef, at present owned by local men. ?H .'H Hi. Mits. Cr.AitKK, representative of the Benevolent Society of N.S.W., is in town and staying at the Central Hotel. S...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

Inter-District Summary. At the Moruya show ball the sum of .£25 7s was taken at the door. The Narrabri P. P. Board last week voted ;£100 to the rabbit des truction fund. Last week the Mount ..Pleasant mine, Norrigundah, crushed 27 tons for 59oz. gold. Despite some adverse criticism, Northern Star, Jtlie new potato, is winning laurels all round. Miss Waugh, of .Tamberoo, aged 89 years, died last week. She had lived in the same house for 52 years. The Moruya A., P. and H. So ciety entertained the members and judges at a smoke concert on thu second night of the show. Mr. Philip Toms, of Bombala, has grown some magnificent wheat from samples received by him from the Agricultural Department. Independent of the .£50 voted by the P. P. Board, .£64 has been raised in the Gundagai district to wards the rabbit extermination fund. The Burrowa local option vote resulted as follow: New licenses and renewals, for 3, against 1. Re movals, for 3, against 1. Cost per vote 12s 6d. Mr. Austin Chapman ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 February 1906

LOCAL m GENERAL Mit. IT. ITNniiiimi.i. is to take over the Bank Hotel on Monday. ?s- ' «? . -* Ni'MiiusGA had 93 points of rain by Saturday's storm. -s ?» * EsTi!ii:s for the Candelo Show close next Saturday. s- * «- jMu. T. Mooxkv paid it visit to Bega during last week. ?;* «? '.* McjsTiiwiksa Dixo.v, daughter of Mr. Charles i-ixon,of Walhtgoot, is in a very low condition suffering from pneumonia. «:? * ?* A hew kind of competition has been introduced by nnthern agri cultural societies — guessing tho height of ii pole. S- *:? , S Os Tuesday next several persons will appear at the police court on a charge of being 'found on the premises' during prohibited hours. ?:!; *.- -a A Quaama young lady will next month join hands with a deserving yiiun'i fellow who recently made his home ut Miillimbimby. -:.* -» «? Mkshi*. W. ][.. Suii'sos (57), John Kmmott (44), and A. L. Jcffery (2S) votes, were elected for the vacancies in the Moruya Coun cil. w * s Tin-; Tanja co-.ve.iso will not come bef...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

THE BEGA BUDGET -CIRCULATING-/ ? I 'throughout the [j^deq-JVloqaro {^lectoraic. The Live Newspaper of the South. , - J ? Treble-Refined CORN FLOUH / ,. &*& / & \ ; made. / wUa!!°* / 7\[fi -; «£jM Wiolesomei \ Mr Nutritions, and \ W* eminently Baited ; § for Weak Stomachs.* ? ; f Trebles I ^^ / i ??* j | - / i / Is ranked by Medical authorities and / Food Experts as the Highest-class C OEN FLOUE in the World. It is free ?om Oil, Potatoe Staroh^and-fivery form of Adulteration. P** / 77 Clarence Street, SYDNEY. ?^k\ § s- §? a a e'g ?; S3 \ ^25r~2i^ vv S^ ^ td H ^ o *«-? Vv a!$%^ V\ ™ S *** ^ *°' % a ^** \\ i^yx^A \ S ?* ^ - ™ o tn GJO ii «fp i nags' ^^^^^®^4v m sJr & ^^ j, ' pL ^ m tj \\*»^ \v co ?§sfss?f's;- S»S .\% i i \ sJk&- !4LJSiX8ii o2C 1 T«5iii ?1lf!'M'':iii from - 158 x-ii^^*r -\ «! :-.{ V;'jij. Your pick of the finest Tweeds, Vicunas, | ?|l:j'L. U,:|| Serges and Sergerettes, including Fox's | ? k \ iV P. ?'?? ''Wi ' Celebrated Indigo Se...

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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

FROM THE BULLETIN. 'A Jewess' writing to editor Syme re the right of the Yiddish maiden to mix the race by marrying the Christain youth, declares : 'There are no rich Jews in Mel bourne. There are too many Scotchmen here for that.' » V: * ' Mackay's manufactured record of two centuries, in a match did not stand aloneLvqry long: Playing against Westralia,' ' D. R. Gehrs carried out his bat for .148 in the first innings, and put up tho level century in the second. And ap parently he wasn't spoonfed. * * v * ' Moody' : The Australian vernacular becomes briefer. Walked behind two youths who were riding huge briar pipes with their teeth a few nights . ago. ' What sort o' bacca y' smoking now; O.P.?' ' Naw (disdainfully), M.O.' I am not a smoker, but I know all the well-used brands — still I didn't recognise those. My inquisitiveness led me to the barber, who laughed contemptuously at what he called my ' ig.' The brands were ''Other People's' and ' My Own.' * * * Choice chunk of Australia...

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Sea-sickness and Turbines. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

Sea-sickness and Turbines, The latest hope for greatly di minishing searsickness has sprung from tho adoption of tho turbine in passenger steamers. Seasick ness, being to a considerable ex tent a nervous and constitutional agitation, can probably r ove.1 bo eliminated from the experiences of ocean travel, but tho repovts oV tained by 'Daily Mail' ?epreseu- tntives from tho captains and Medical ollicers of turbino stea mers show that their increased steadiness at sea, the absence of pitching, and the cessation of the tenibly disturbing thud of reei procity engines, _ have banished oa'ibos oi irritation which pros: trntod with f-oa-sjekness scores of / passengers not in robust health. Captain Pritchard, who commands tho Cunard liner Carmania, the largest turbine steamer in the world, states that both outward and homeward on her first trip just completed, the vessel was sub | jected to severe tests. She en I oountered terrific squalls, yet woiked smoothly and steadily in ' tho heaviest...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

ODDS AND ENDS. There are 17 metals more valu able than cold. Enough spiders' webs to go round the world would weigh half u pound. She: 'Did you have any luck at the races yesterday?' He: 'Grand! I found a half-crown and rode home!' A woman's corsets, worn with only the aveage degree of tightness, exert a pressure ' of 401b. on tho organs they comp--#s. Men of marked ability in any line have usually one deep, per pendicular wrinkle in the middle of the forehead, with one or two parallel to it on each side. The Tweed and Lismore Pastures Board has voted ,£50 towards Dr. Danysz's experiment in rabbit exter mination, but some opposition was given to the proposal. Bearing the legend, 'To the world's greatest citizen, from the Liberal women of Northampton,' a laurel wreath was placed at the foot of the Gladstone memorial in the strand, London, on December 29. While courting a girl at Lexing ton, Kentucky, a man named Lucky accidentally trod on her toe, and injured it so much that amputati...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

CRICKET. Tiik match arranged between the Teachers and Printers was played on the showground on Saturday afternoon, and as was anticipated proved an c:i:-y win for the former. Tho Printers made no stand against the bowling of Iiichards — in fact, with a couple of exceptions, a straight ball was tlio end of every batsman. And tho tall score put up by the Teachers gives a fair idea of the poor quality of tho Printers' bowling, who hadn't a wet wicket to help them. Never theless the game was an enjoyable one, and the Printers had the sym pathy of the spectators. Tho lidding was interesting all round. The Printers intend challenging St. John's at an early date to de cide the vexed question as to which is absolutely tho worst team in Bcga. Following are the scores : — P1UNTKHS. Henry, b Richards .. .. ..I Uuclil, rim out . . . . . . . . 2 Moss, st Jiiulitmlsun, b Richards .. 0 l'.imvn, b Sullivan ? I I lout, win out . . . . . . . . 1 II. SorcumlKj, b l!i«lianls .. ..14 Ilyilo, St. Richard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

J. J. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CA'RP STREET, BEGA. (Surgery, next A.J.H. liunkj. May l-e Consulted daily. Hours : !) n.m. till IS p.m. ; 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. ORMISTON & ORMISTON, DENTISTS, Beget. 'IVrii. J- M. ORM1STON will visit -L'-L the undermentioned places monthly, on tlio following dates :— WOr.UMl.A~ (Sulinfur's Hotel) Monday Fubruiiry l'Jth. 'CANDKLO-CKrawr's Hotel) February 20, '21, £! mill ulsu Mitrcli 2nd to otli. WYNDHAM — (Turbell's I/otel) February 2J and 21. ROCKY HALL— (Grimt's Hotul) February M. CATHCART— (Kolcy's 'Hotel) February 27 find 28. PAMIHII.A — (Robinson's Hotcli, Mnrdi li! and 11. ' EDEN-(Pllce's Hotel) Mardi 15 till 19. TOWAMBA— (McKec'a Hotel) Mureh 20, 21 mid 22. YAMBU1.LA— rilughcs' Hotel) Mnreh 23 and 24. MR. MCKERN, DENTAL SURGEON,' AUCKLAND STREET, BBOA. The Illawarra and South Coast Steam Navigation Company, Limited. Weather and othor circumstances per mitting. Sft-% QTEAMERS Leave SYDXEY *K9t!& O for BURMA GUI, TATHRA, UJS1JIMBULA...

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Show Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

'Show Fixtures. Following is a list of tho dates of the various di&ivict shows, 1900 — Pambula — February 21 and 22. Candelo — February 28 and March 1. Wollongong — Fcbninrj' S, 9, and 10. Berry — February 7, 8, and 9. Nowi-a— February 1-1 and 15. ' Bega— March 7 and 8. Bombala — March 13 and 14. Delegate— March 20 and 2.1. Mr. Thomas O'Aiara, of Bobun dra, has purchased 150 head of cattle from Mr. T. J. Tarlinton (Cobargo) for his station at Ky bean, Nimitybello. It is reported that a prospector at Black Jack (Bombala district) has discovered a good reef, richer in gold than the Roaring Cr.mp. A Melbourne mining party has taken up :i block of land at Tub butt, in which there exists a cop per lode, worked by Johnson Bros., some j'oars ago. The block has boon surveyed, and if it proves payable tho party intend, if pos sible, to smelt on the ground.

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CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. 7906. I ? : 8 2 Si a « _ fW . 3 ??« « ?* ?3 Day of Week M . c - c $ % m . I 3 II M II 51 I'M. P. SI. 1 TlmrsiWy 5 111 7 2 12 13 II 1!) 2 Friday 5 17 7 1 1 0 11 54 3 Snturilnv a 17 7 1 2 0 a.m. .4 SUNDAY r- IS 7 0 2 53 12 :!l 5 Monday 8 ]« (i oil H JS I 12 (i Tuciidnv f- 20 (i »8 -1 -10 I «) 7 Wednesday 5 21 (i 57 0 HI 2 T-0 8 Thursdiiy 3' 22 (i 51! (i 1!) IS V, !- Friday ' fl 23 (i 51) 7-14 11 10 Saturday 8 24 (! 51 7 -l(i .8 -18 II SUNDAY n 2(i fi 54 8 23 -i 50 12 Momlav ''» 27 (i 53 S- o 7 oli 13 1 Tuesday 5 28 (i 52 !) 44 !) 1 14 Wednesday B 21) (i ol 10 2JI 10 (i 15 Thursday 5 20 (S 50 11 .5 11 11 10 Fridav 5 30 11 50 11 50 p.m. 17 Satimlav fi 30 (i 4S a.m. 1 111 18 SUNDAY 5 31 (! 47 12 3S 2 21 1!) Monday 5 32 1 (5 4li 1 31 '- 20 20 rm-sd.-.y 5 3310 45 2 2(i 4 14 21 Wednesday 5 34 1 fi 44 '- 25 5 4 22 Thursday n S3 II 4.' 4 25 5 411 23 Friday 5 3d 0 42 5.24 li 2» 24 Saturday 8 37 (i 41 « 21 7 5 25 SUNDAY 5 38 li 40 7 IS 7 40 2(i Monday 5 3S li :18 8 14 S 1...

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District and Inter-District Turf Fixtures. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

District and Iriler-Districl Turf Fixtures. FGBUU.AUY. 21, 22 — Cooniii ltiiccs. 2Ii — Milton Show li.'tci.'S. Fob 28 and March 1— -Braidwood Annual Itacos. MA1ICH. 5 — Major's Creek liaee Meeting. !)— Bega Show Race Mooting. 1-1 — Candelo Autumn Meeting.

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The "Budget" and the Labor Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

The 'Budget' and the Labor Party. O.\k or two South Coastal prints and some press contiibutors have cither wilfully or ignorant!}', in a pinprick way, tried to make it appear that the Budget is antago nistic to the Labor Party as a Part}'. This is altogether opposed to every line written by this 'paper, therefore the Budget' can only conclude that the misrepresenta tion is partly, due to wilfulness and partly to ignorance — mostly ignorance. As a democrat the Budget does not object to labor being represented in Parliament, but it does object to much of the legislation for which the Labor Party was primarily responsible; inasmuch as it was passed at the point of the labor bayonet . and in return for support. ? And this paper lias always maintained that the Labor Party doesn't, and 'never did, represent all or nearly all labor. It ? represents union labor ? only. And as unionists constitute but onc-fiflh'of the manual wor kers, four-fifths of them must be either disfranchised or repre...

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Mr. Wren wants to Lease Flemington. RENTAL, OF £25,000 ANNUALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

Mr. Wren wants to Lease! Flemington. RENTAL oi-' .£25,000 ANN UALLY. Mi:. John Wukn, the well-known belting man, has written to the Piviiiior offering to lease the Flein inglon racecourse at a rental of ,£25,000 a year. Tho course is at present held by tho V.R.C. and is a public reserve. Mr. Wren in his letter, offers to deposit .£50,000 as a guarantee of good faith on con dition that ho paid the ruling Government rate of interest. He also agrees to run at least two meetings annually in aid of chari ties, mid to enter into a bond to in crease the slakes in all chief events and not decrease the present slakes for any event. He further offers to take over all tho V.ll.C.'s obli gations with respeCt to msiiuiain ing the course and its appoint ments for race meeting:-, and to in crease the wages paid casual em ployees from Us per day, paid by the V.Ft.C, to jOs per day, the rate paid at the pony courses. As an inducement to the Govern ment to accept his oiler, Mr. Wren agrees in the iir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

WE NEWSPAPER THE SOUTH. I.IVK LEADING ARTICLES, TnlMUAL ?1'AltAGHAIMIS, I.VTKIMHSTRICT NEWS. Attractively Written and Printed. Euery Wednesday and Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

I ? ADVERTISING. SINC.LK COLUMN- Kirat. Inch 3s, every tjiuwcciliiij; Inch Is. (!d. DOUJ'.i.K COLUMN— Fiiyt Inch, o.«, eveiy succeeding Inch 2s. (id. £OJ~SI'nCIAl. ARRANGEMENTS POR STANDING ADVcRTISEAlENTS. Address : 'CHURCH -ST., BEGA.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

SPORTING. Cuoinii annual race meeting opens to-day. Tho Moruya Jockey Club cleared £A\ over its annual meeting. The Caiulelo Turf Meeting for March 17th hasbeen roistered. A wood-chopping contest is included in the Ptiinb'ula Show programme which opens to-day. Barker, the Australian champion sprinter, left for Athens on Satur day. At the Wallsend races to-day Bonnie Blink has 9.8. in the Shorts and 10.5 in tho Farewell Handicap. At Nowra show last week Morton's Desmond cleared Gft 2in easily in the high jump and won. Nominations for Messrs. Manns and Young's Candelo gaslight han dicap to be run on the first night of the Show, close to-night at 8 p.m. Great Scot and the New Zealand bred Noctuiform have been nomi nated for the Ascot Gold Cup (Eng.).. ? Last week P. Beaurepaire, 14 years of age and said to be 'an- other Kieran,' won the 100yds Victorian State Schools Champion ship. The Melbourne team playing against a Wanganui (N.Z.) team last week, Armstrong took 6. wickets for 26. En...

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