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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANG1NG. THE ZE-AJR/IjTr ZD.A.-3TS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chapter WIL—Continued. Tliey had also bailed up two tra vellers and forced them to lie on thoir faces until the police arrived. These men declared that each of the bushrangers carried two double barrelled guns and two revolvers. The horses had broken away when firing commenced, and to this fact, no doubt, Sir Frederick and Mit chell owed their escape ; for the bushrangers, knowing that they had the gold, would certainly have followed them and the treasure if horses had been available. Sir Frederick afterwards declared that he had wounded ono of the men and that he heard one calling out for horses,, saying they would . 'never be able to take the police without them.' Mr. Sprowle had heard the band swear that Sir Frederick should should never lake the gold tc Forbes ; and a carrier who was 'stuck up' on the road subse quently, for provision.', by live men, positively declared that one of them was Gardiner, and that i...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

ADVERTISEMENTS. Filling Fast! OUR ORDER LIST — FOJ— IW' LADIES' TRIMMED MILLINEEY — IS— FILLING FAST, — AKD WK— WILL THANK OUR CUSTOMERS WHO REQUIRE TIIKIR Millinery for the Show — TO — PLACE their ORDERS er at once. CLARKE and BROWN. E. I. PELL. BEGA SHOW. Publicans' Booths and Fruit STALLS, — FOR— £«r SHOW 7th and 8th MARCH ' NEXT. FOR SALE BY AUCTION. On Saturday, 24th Feb., 1906, At. the Sale Rooms, at 2 o'clock. El. PELL has received instructions ? from the Committee to sell by public auction, as above, No. 1 Publican's Booth, No. 2 Publican's Booth No. 1 Fruit Stall, - Xo. 2 Fruit Stall, Xo. H Fruit Stall, Xo. 4 Fruit Stall, Xo. 5 Fruit Stall. Terms and Co.ditions at Sale. Bega District Jockey Club. MARCH RACE MEETING. Publicans' Booths and Fruit STALLS Ur FOR HACKS,'. 1UY AFTER BEGA SHOW. FOR SALE BY AUCTION, On Saturday, 24th Feb., 190G, At tho Sale Rooms, At 2 o'clock. El. FELL has received instructions ? from the Committee to sell by public auction, as above, X. 1 Publican...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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[BY CABLE]. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

[By Cable]. Tho Natal Government ordered troops to sweep tho country south of Ukomasi and clear it of na tives. Tho chiefs are combining against the authorities and at a mass mooting declared that the natives were unable to pay the poll tax. The 'Temps' tho organ of the French Foreign Office, declares that France has spoken her last word with regard to Morocco. Tho Russian revolutionaries are systematically robbing banks and the Treasury oflices. General Kuropatkin has been recalled. Tho Pope has addressed an encyclical to the clergy and people of Franco expressing great grief and anxiety with respect to the law separating Church and State.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. Intensely 'hot' weather continues in tho inland centres especially in tho southern districts where tho summer is the hottest known for 25 years. At Dally (Q.) an hotel was des troyed hj fire and the licensee John Ryan perished in the flames. It is understood that the Tobacco Monopoly Commission decided by a majority of 4 to 1 to recommend the nationalisation of the industry. The/ Commissioners stated that thoy had come to the conclusion that a strong combine was in exist ence which was detrimental to tho producers and consumers. They considered that the State could make enormous revenue from the monopoly. Ida Flood, a domestic servant, committed suipide at Tintenbar by taking muriatic acid. It appears her lover left her in consequence of receiving an anonymous letter. Federal labor loader Watson says that he is prepared to go to any degree the public interest demands in order to break up tho large estates. Daniel Sheehy and George Boggan were worki...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

Live Stock and Other Sales, William Rixon notifies : On Wednesday. 21st February, by order of Mr. W. Tortice, at his residence, Candolo, household fur niture and effects, horse, pony, buggy and harness. On Tuesday, 27th February, at the central salcyards, Bega, under instructions from Mr. Evan Francis, 2-10 acres land, Back Creek, near .Wolumla, also abouto tons good oaten hay, and one first class chaff cutter. On Monday, 12th' March, at Quaama, by order' of Mrs. Win. Tarlinton, who is leaving the dis trict, household furniture and effects. Nominations for all events at the Bega show race .meeting close on Saturday next, 24th inst. The caplnin of the Printers (\V. A. Smith) is the only player of his side having the distinction of hitting a Ijver on Saturday, The Boga riflo olub's .monthly shoot coneludefj to-day. The match was commonood on Saturday and If. 13. Ranken is leading with 57 off tho shoulder. F. D. Jonks, who lias done con siderable riding of late months for Mr. G. G. Ste...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

As You Like It. ??I mii-t liiivt- liin-ily Wlllinl, us lnrxc ii Him !vr hi -.lii: n-liul, Tit blow mi « limn I iiIi-iim-.' -??As You l.lki- il.' (Ai:l 1I..M-. 7). The Labor Council has again had a discussion about rabbits and one speaker (Mr. Thyer) haw come along with 'an entirely new and original method for keeping down th--. scourge. He said: That uxliviiU! euro should lii! uxcireisc-il in (Irnlintx with this i|iie-iitiiiii. Tin' iiilruiliirliiin nf :i filial ilisi-iisi' must In !-iru!iiimi.-lyii|-|iii:-r-.l. Hi- l-i-uunk-il r:1.!) liilrt :is fin ill, mill Uii-rel'iiru iiotliinn sluiiiM IkmIuiic! In i-i'iiil:i!iiiii:itc th ? mill tints ili-slri-y tliu iv-t us. mi ui-lirli1 nfilii-t. Tliu sciiivt nf tin- in ml ill- was that, tlii'i'i! wuiv (mi i»;iiiv Itir'.'c linl'liii;;-1, si. lurju- Ilial tliu holders rinifil nut |uii pi-i-iy luiiU after or ciiiili-ul llu-ir linn!;-. L w.ml.l In- rriniiiiiil In allow Dr. l-;\ny.s/.'i' si-lirnii!, S(i imirli I'uvuroil by tins ii-.i-ti-r:iH.~-i.-...

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POLICE COURT. BEFORE MR. GALBRAITH, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

POLICE COURT. Bekoue Mi:. Gauskaitii, P.M. George Wilson was lined 10s tor drunkenness or three days in Bega gaol. Constable ivory gave evi dence as to accused's- condition. Seven days were allowed to pay thejinc. ' ..Tlii- ciisn'of S. Sereombo v. T. J. Kelly was withdrawn, the parlies having settled the dispute re the ownership of the cow. II. M. Bealtie was fined os and costs for a breach of the municipal by-laws— driving without lights. Fine paic. ? W. J. Ellis v. Chas. Higgins, charge, drunkenness at saleyards. No appearance of defendant when the case was called. Constable M'Guiggan- proved the service of the summons. W. J. Ellis deposed: On Tuesday last, lJith February, was at the saleyards; defendant was there; in my opinion he was drunk; he was calling out; I asked him to stop and he told me to go to h ? and he'd kick my ? . Someone took him away then; the saleyards are in the municipality. ' .' v ? . Chas. Higgius -made his appear ance in Court. The P.M.: Why were you not he...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Bega Co-operative Creamery Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

Bega Co-operative Creamery Co, The half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of tho above company whs held at tho School of Arts on .Saturday 'afternoon.. Jlr. T. J. Kelly, .).!'., cliiiirinun of the hoard of directors occupied tho chair, and the other members of tho tli rcutorate Messrs. Thomas D'Aroy, James Kirby, B. Cowing and J. T. Rogers also sat with the chairman. Thu following wore also jiresent: Messrs. W. A. Cox, H. V. ililchio, It. Howard, F. Gleeson, T. Heffer iiiiu, H. Underhill, II. Miller, J. O'Neil, It. Hart, W. Hanscombe.T. Underbill, JI. lletherington, It. Jletlicrington, E. Ritchie, E. 0. Bingemann, H. Otton, W. Jaunccy, J. Nickle, J. Hoffurnan, A McVeigh (manager), J. Underbill (secre tary.) The secretary read tho adver tisement convening the meeting, also the minutes of general meeting of — ? August and the extraordinary meeting of the 18th November. On the motion of Mr. Underhill and Mr. \V. llinseombe the mi nutes as read were confirmed. On tho motion of Mr. Unde...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

LOCAL m GENERAL Tun IJegn '1)111111 will play out in tiipps Street on Monday night. «- ?:?:? * Tun value of tliu gold won by the Araluen drudges during the year is ?.£02,002. Mit. ash Mus. Aistin Cmai-max wore booked to leave Australia by the Moldavia on Saturday. *- ?:?:? «? Maktjn '.HeiiiAN, nni! -if the ohlest identities nf Uungi-mlnn; district, (lied last week, aged '?!'.! rears. A long innings, run out at '?)!' ! -» ?:;? -S Tin: directors of the (Hen limes butter factory an: asking the opinion. of the shareholders as to the advisability of erecting a bacon factory. ?*?. » ' ?:!:? Tun Murwillumbah Council is in a sound financial position and only ,/,'S l.s nru oivir.g for rail's. ?pirM -linnlrl ftml nut. limv il, IS done. -:'-: -::- & Last week, ihc five-yenr-old daujrljlijr »f liuiili'1' O'JJaru, of Corrowonir, near I't.-lcL'ali.-, was by some means, caught 1:1 the thresh ing machinery. Her body was baelly lacerated, and !i'r leg was. broken. * «- ;?:? « Mit. .1. KvKiii...

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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

THEY SAY: . That tliu J'.yron Bay co-operative but ter factory directors have given notice that cream will not bo received from dairies where colored labor is employed — thu black and white in the dairying industry in apparently to be confined exclusively to the llolstcin cow ! The 'O2L' lias turned up in tlio : columns of the Candclo 'Guardian'— thu Uddcikt, thought lie had been used for bait long ago. Australian limtucier.s have a habit of contracting loan debts aud making no arrangements for their payment — pos- terity lias to see to that. That the name of thu new rectorde signate of Jicgn is already causing lin gual trouble — he in turn has been re ferred to as Owens-Mill, Owen-Mills and Owen-Smells. That Mr. Hurley's persistent efforts for the erection of a grandstand on the Moruya showground are apparently ap preciated ; and That a special motion to be moved by that gentleman at an early date will test the feeling of members on the pro posal. That had Mr. Hibburd been in eharg...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 February 1906

Inter-District Summary Mr. Knappett an old Mornya identity is reported missing. Nowra Agricultural Society has a grandstand which cost .£1500 to erect. A sum of ^16 19.s. has been col lected towards the cost of erecting a pavilion in the Moruya Park. Mr. Leslie, saddler, well known in Bcga and Cobargo has commenced business in Bemboka. To-morrow has been proclaimed a public holiday in the Pambula district. Foley's Circus plays at Pambula to-night ami to-morrow night (show nights.) Mr. and Mrs. M. Keating brought their invalid daughter Miss Vina, home from Bowral on Friday. Premier Carruthers is on a visit to the Monaro district and was entertained at a smoke concert in Cooma on Monday night. The Bemboka Agricultural So ciety's pavilion is being built and the cattle pens are in course of construction. The Church of England concert at Candelo on Wednesday night was a great success, about £12 being taken at the door. At a meeting of the Candelo Agricultural Society on Thursday W. Ditch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

Paling's Victor 2 Pianos. (Patented) The Victor Pianos command the largest sale of any Piano in the market. Specially made to - our order, and pos- ' sessing 3 Pedals, handsome walnut, and gold cases, cross strung, tri chord, 7 octaves, ivory keys. Send for Free Catalogues. Easy Terms if you wish. * Old Pianos taken in ex change and full value ? allowed. * Paling's, 338 George St., Sydney. 24 ^**^*»-£ii^OBDERS CARRIAGE pA'P ? *0^^^\ GOWING BROS. Jt Austral Sac I /I'll ' il Your pick of the finest Tweeds, Vicunas, (9 JAj'HS __ J Serges and Sergerettes, including Fox's Eg ajyiiiL, %. lj|, s Celebrated Indigo Serges, guaranteed fast M JTM *% ;?? ^^^ in color under acid or atmospheric test, also M I ti :|l ^^ a full range of Marrickvii.le Twiceds — B I Vf ''!^^ the famous all-wool Ausiraliati Tweeds as se- 9 / ? Syr**y %f lected for personal wear by their Excellencies 9 ? z— ? —S — I Lord aud Lady Northcote. These Tweeds are B of light summer weight and are perfect in finish aiid textur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

THE GLOBE Skims Cleanest, Simples! Construction, Easiest to Clean, g^F' LIGHTEST TO WORK. SIZES— HAND-POWER, 20 Gallons to 120 Gallons ; TURBINES, 77 Gallons to 150 Gallons. semi for Description of LIXIC-BLAUK SYSTEjr, Price List and Testimonials. Cream Coolers, Butter Workers, Lind Refrigerators, Milk Cans, Pumps, Engiaes, and all Dairy Appliances quoted o'n application, %&? MODERATE PRICES AND EASY 'TERMS. -«g J. Wildridge and Sinclair, 82 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, g&~ SOLE AGENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. I THE BEGA BUDGET I -CIRCULATING- I Throughout the Eder|-JV]or|ciro Electorate. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY —BY— ? ;- SENDING YOUR ORDERS TO I «i Cg; *z* dp± -4r 4-'JE±~t+ gy Universal Providers, SYDNEY. BEST GOODS! LOWEST PEIOES ! BV WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. '96 LOOK ATTHISS^^ To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper. SUGAR.— Qukkxslakd, white ns snow, 1,'!/:) per 701b. line; Companies I.C. or No. 1, 701b. bns, lrt/U; LA. or I.W. Cryst...

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THE SECRET COMMISSION EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

THE SECRET COMMISSION EVIL Many things, just and unjust, have grown up, which have no higher sanction than custom, it him been said. Among the unjust for which there is no iustilication, but only the -explanation that tlioy have become 'the usual thing' almost unnoticed, is the secret com mission or 'tipping' evil, the nature of which was described in an article printed in the 'D.T.' n its ap parently most prevalent form it consists in an undertaking between two parties to rob a third incident ally to a business transaction. Thus tho agent of A is authorised to make purchases on his behalf, and only places the order with B on condition that the latter pays him a commission on it, the amount of which B naturally adds to the price charged to A; or he is in structed to sell, and arranges a bogus price with the purchaser, allowing a margin which the agent furtively pouches, oi courBe at the expense of his principal, who, as seller, has already paid him his just commission on the transac...

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Show Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

Show Fixtures. Following is a list of the dates of the various district shows, 1906 — Candelo — February 28 and March 1. Wollongong — February's, 0, and Berry— February 7, 8, and !). Nowra— February 14 and 15. ? Bega — March 7 and 8. Braidwood — March 7 and 8. Bombala — March 13. and 14. : Cobargo- March 21 and 22. ? Delegate— March 20 and 21.

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District and Inter-District Turt Fixtures. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

District and Inter-District Turf Fixtures. FEBRUARY. Ft'b 28 and March 1 — Uraidwood Annual Knees. MARCH. 5 — Major's Creek Race Meeting, i) — Bega Show Race Meeting. 14 — Candelo Autumn Meeting.

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Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

Live Slock and Olliar Sales. Auelioneers' Reports. Win. Uixon reports si iarge num ber of cattle forward for Tuesday's sale, every lino beini; sold, with the exception of one line of store bul locks, at the following prices: — Pigs: Forward stores I'Js 6d to 2 Is. Cattle: Fat heifers £& 19s, spring ing heifers £A 7s Od to £5 5s, springing cows j£3 17s (U to £i 17s 6(1, store cows 30.S to 50s, good Shorthorn poddies 22s 6d to 28s Gd, yearling steers 30s. E. I. Pell reports selling at tho Bega yards hist Tuesday: — Sows (with Jitters) 12s Gd to 24s Gd, fat pigs to 2os Gd, fat cows £5 3s to £5 ' 10s, milkers to £4 Is, poddies (heifers) to 25s, poddy steers 10s' ' to 18s. Also, at Candelo, last Monday, slips to 9s Gd, store pigs 18s 3d to '19s 9d, heifers (with calves) to M 5s, fat cows to £5 5s, heifers. (IS months) to 51s Gd, yearlings to 26s, poddies 12s to 21s. W. C. Allen and Co. report hav ing sold on Tuesday : Springers £5 10s, store cows 39s, poddy steers 19.s to 24s, po...

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Tanja Minstrel Entertainment, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

Tanja Minstrel Entertainment, Ox Wednesday at the Tanja Hall the local minstrels submitted a lengthy programme to a big house. Messrs. M. G. Clarkson (bones) and W. Co) eman (tambo) were particularly bright and breezy as cornermen, the gagging between them and the interlocutor (Mr. Toldie Wright) being up-to-date and well-sustained. Mr. M. G. Clarkson had charge of the stage, ?which was excellently managed. Mr. W. A. Kelly was musical di director; and performed his duties with ability and satisfaction to the singers. The takings at the door at the minstrel entertainment and concert were about £5, and at the dance held subsequently about £2 10s. After the overture a chorus by the company was well rendered. A piano and violin selection by Tambo and Bones had a good re ception. The song 'When it's Moonlight on the Silvery Rio Grande,' by Mr. W. Taylor fol lowed, after which Mr. M. G. Clarkson essayed the coon son» 'Whistling Rufus.' Miss Kelly was effective in the song 'Because I Love ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

A woman recent]}' died in a Philadelphia hospital who had been for some time an object of interest to medical men. Tho disease of which she finally died changed her bones to a chalky sub stance, and several times she fractured her arms and legs by slight movements of her bod y. So brittle did her frame become that the doctors feared her neck might be dislocated, and she was placed in her bed in such a position that sho could only move her head a few inches. Her lower jaw was braced by a support to prevent it dropping and breaking.

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BEGA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

BEGfi RIFLE CLUB. Following urc the scores of the February match concluded last Thursday : — 2 * I I 3 £. ~ Eh - '' Kame. '?' £ JT ^ C. Knots, £1 ? 31 30 (U sc 01 R Kogers, los .... 20 22 (il 10 61 S. V. Arnheim, 10s 2(i 28 54 IS CO 1I.JB. lliinkcn.TslSd 33 24 57 se 37 T.) lanes, ns ? 24 2(1 50 0 5ti A. L. Manning, 5s 20 27 53 sc 53 G. Hbsworth, 5s .. 21 21 42 11 5.1 K. Sharpo, 2/0 ? 25 17 42 10 52 II. C. Blaxland, 2/0 2ti 19 55 () 51 J. lleuley, 2/0 .... '18 24 42 8 60 J. J. Murphy ? 25 1(! it 8 41) J. Miller ? 22 21 43 -4 47 il. AVIiyiiiim ? 23 17-40 7 47 J. McPhee ? 24 18 42 3 4o L. (.;. Cowdray .... ]S .15 33' 10 : 43 15.fi. Hawed .... 17 2l_I!8 2 40 I'. Shurne ? 13 17 30 10 40 Cr. Law.. ? Hi 30 20 3 29 Pijzes for the February shoot ure now available at C. TncknckPs. ' , The amount of tho Kelly benefit is .£1393. Tho cricketer's old age pension has turned out a handsome sum, \yliiuh will be invested in property. ' . A match hits boon ? arranged be tween the Poa'chbuildors- and P...

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