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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

EDEN,1 PASTURES PROTEC TION BOARD. NOTICE. THE SCALPS of HARES ONLY will be received and paid for ji^iBega, Bem boka, Numbugga, Cmidrf^Viy/mlhnm, Burragatc, and Pambuln ,aa SATUR DAY, the 21st OCTOBlUt, from 1.30 p.m. till 3.30 p.m. JOHN UNDERBILL, Secretary. firs, PSiiB&Ips? ^.TEA R00MS,_^ ? CARP STREET, LBEGA. Sigr TEA AT ALL HOURS. Gowing: Bros. t 'Austral' bl Sac I ouit /I j/ The latest weavinga iu Spring and Summer styles and weights from the celebrated MARRICKVILLE MILLS— Cloth as selected ond worn by His Excellency the Governor General. Fox's fast dye Serges, pure indigo. Fit, finish, materials and wear guaranteed. We supply two books containing la pages of patterns selected from our extensive stock. Catalogue, tape and measure form post free on application. An Orders Carriage Paid Throughout Australia. Established i863. 'I ? ?IIIWIMIIIIIHIIIIIII ????IlllHMH || ,| | ^ ? f THE Cf]§Si STUD. SZEJJLSOILSr 19O5. TABULATED PEDIGREE and -her information with regard to the IM...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

LOCAL AND GEERAL % ? The news has been received by cable of the death of: -Mr. Charles II. Durie,, manager of tKo Bank of Natal/ Grey town, '.'South '. Africa, who.wnB.apc^ -: ,i:«™ ': knVtii'n sWl^insf .'?'iTtin de ceased was a son of Mr. P. Durie, senior Inspector of Schools at Graf ton (and one time of Bega.) Ho was a ' prize-winner in the first ?competition for -scholarships at the opening- of the Sydney High School, was for/ a long time an officer of the A. J.S. Bank, and since his removal' to South Africa,. some three' years :backj had attaiued rapid advancenidnt. Outside busi ness life, he took a keen interest in sport, and was; for several years hon. secretary ? of the . Balmain Rowing and Recreation Club. ;'* . *....'.' I*''-*. The Budget acknowledges with thanks the receipt of a complimen tary ticket for a ball to be held at Candelo on Wednesday next, the 18th instant. ? . * .-# ? * Potatoes are quoted in . Sydney at £9 15s, onion's are scarce at £23 f/- /'On lr»r»-* frrtn...

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 — 14 October 1905

As You Like It. 'I must hnve liberty Wltlml, ns lnrce n i-lmrtiT n? tliu wltlrt, Tu blow (in whom I nlfiiM.v —'As You Ukc It.' (Act II., «-!.?). It's not generally known that it is-aiv unwritten ijpc? with the modi ?enl^bf-?ssipjj^'.!$ould « member discover a spo^'f or cure for an allegedly incurawi? disease, he shall hand the information over to' the medical authorities for the benefit of humanity throughout the world. Apropos-of this noble custom of a noble profession, Professor Behring, of Germany, who claims to have discovered a cure fpr consumption,' has stated his determination to hand the substance of his experi ments to the medical profession: It will be remembered that Dr. Babeock, the inventor of tho ' Babeock Tester' (a tell-tale con trivance which has done so much for the butter industry), received .'i'^V''' cJi-iw i£^\uablc discovery. The writer has a hazy idea that a shilling subscription list wasoperied for the purpose of raising funds for a substantial testimonial to...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

CANDELO. During last week the dog poison ing fiend was on the warpath, about seventeen dogs, fourteen cats, and a number of fowls, falling victims to him. There was a good dual of mourning — not to say swearing — about the suddnn decease of snmn of the ' dorgs.' Funeral notices were posted about tho town and the only ' Rick ' acted as undertaker. Various rewards have been offered as to the identity of the poisoner, one of the rewards being a suit of clothes, the notice of which being in one of our local papers being very pathetic. The most despicable act, however, on the part of the poison ing cur, was to poison the well known greyhound 'Sir Harry.'' the bait being thrown into the owner's yard. Fine weather has prevailed dur ing the week with a couple of very severe frosts, which did great damage to the potato crops. Our cricketers commenced pract ice last Saturday and the club pro mises to put a strong eleven in the field for the season. The Club billiard tournament is causing some...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

CRICKET. A match was played on the Bega ground on Saturday between teams representing the married and single members respectively of St. John's Institute. The benedicts won on the first innings by 14 runs. Fol lowing are the scores: — MARRIED— 1st innings. Richards, run out .... 0 Pell, b Richardson . . , .14 Ormiston, b Richardson ... 1 Smith, c Weatherhead, b Allen . 1 Parsons, c Fenton, b Rixon . . 14 Stubba, b Allen .... 5 Bland, stumped, b Rogers . . 0 Ritchie, b Lawson .... 3 Bateman, b Lawson .... 1 Phillips, b Lawson .... 1 Cowdroy, b Rixon .... 2 Byes ... .1 Total. . . 43 SINGLE— 1st innings. Behtcandb Ritchie. . . . 3 Rixon, b Richards ...-'. . . 3 Bateman, l:b.w. b Richards . . 1 Hergenhan, b Richards . .4 Weatherhend, c Smith, b Ritchie . 0 Lawson, b Ritchie .... 4 Richardson, b Ritchie . . .0 Xugent, b Richards . . . . 0 Rogers, not out ? lo Jones, b Richards .... 0 Bye. . . .1 Total . , .20 MARRIED.— 2nd innings. Phillips, b Jones .... 5 Richards, b Richardson . . .55 ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondents. QUAAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

From Our Correspondents. QUAAMA. A pleasant little ceremony took place in the Lyceum Hall on Fri day, when the ladies of Quaama, on behalf of the resident*, presen ted Mrs. Wall with a silvermoun ted purse and a lady's companion. Two little girls, Polly Inskip and Eva. Engclman, presented the sou venirs to Mrs. Wall, and that lady suitably responded. Mrs. Wall was also the recipient of an ad dress, which was rend by Mr. G. P. King, as follows : — Dkar Mns. Wall, — As you are on the eve of your departure from among us, we have invited you here this evening, as the notice of your removal did not leave us sufficient time for ample pre paration, in order that we might have an opportunity of expressing our es teem and our sincere regard for you, and your family as friends and neigh bours. Your many good qualities, and your kindly, genial disposition, have en deared you to us all, and we hope and pray that Ile'who guides and guards our destinies will be pleased to watch over you on the lo...

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 — 14 October 1905

Inter-District Summary. Cobargo Progress Committee is agitating to have the Court House hill cut down to an easier grade. . * « * . ? At the Bombala Police Court on Friday, Thos. Moran, publican, was fined £1 for sellinc licmor af ter prohibited hours. $jj ^If jjfc Mr. Henry Mil'lard, an old. and respected resident of Milton died on Sunday, aged 73. He had re sided in the district for over 40 yeare. * « :?? ?;* Last week two bull whales were captured at Eden. It is estimated that 16 tons of oil will be obtained from them, and this and the whale bone is said to be worth ^1,000. * * -» At the drawing of the art-union in aid of the B.C. Church, Temora, last week, Father Falcon announced that' the art-union and bazaar held in May and Septem ber amounted to .£1025, !'.«?' '? ? * . « Mr. L. S. Luck's (Moruya) pen of white leghorns still leads in the Hawkesbury College laying com petition, with a' total of 706 eggs, market value £3 lls 4d. Mr. D. Fraser's langshans come next with 689 eggs,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

ROCKY' HALL. It gives mo great pleasure to con tribute n few lines for your vnluablo column!1, although ' news is very scarce in our small community just now. Of lnte we have had very change 'iiblc weather — wind, snow, hail and min. \yo are more in luck's way than our friends in tho surrounding districts with regard to grass. There is a nice spring, and one hears the dairymen all saying that their milk supply is on the rise. The pnsl few mornings we havo had severe frosts, doing a great amount of .damage to the early potato crops. Mr, and Mrs. A. Rixon and family left for their new home at Bemboka on Friday last, nnd our community wishes them health and prosperity. I regret to say that Mrs. Jug. Whitby had to proceed to Sydney with one of her sons to seek medical aid for him. It is rumored that our only hotel is about to change hands. To the Budget, which is well printed and contains a large amount of interesting reading, I wish a long and prosperous career.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Charge of Bribery. AGAINST MR. CRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

?Charge.'- -of Bribery. AGAINST MR. CRICK. As an outcome oE the evidence given last week before the J loyal Com mission to inquire into the ad ministration oi the Lands DenaH menl, 'William Patrick Crick. iu.jj..'V., ex-iuimsier ior uiiui.--, ap peared at the Wafer Police Courl on Tuesday to answer a charge oi bribery. Mr. Crick wan present in the Charge Court at an early hour, and, together with his partner, 'Mr. J. J. Carroll, sat at the solicitor'.1: table. When a few trivial cases had been disposed of, the ollieei whose duly it is to read the charge sheets called the name of ' Wil liam Patrick ? Crick.' The ex Minister rose from ins seat and stood in front of the dock, when the followingcharge was read : — William Patrick Crick, you arc charged for that you. on the 5th day of Jiint'j- 1001, were a public ollieer — to wit, the Secretary for Jjands for the -'Slate of New South Wales, and charged with the- ad- ministration of Crown Lands Acts of the said State— and that one Hugh Co...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

WILLIAM RIXON (in conjunction with M. O'REILLY), has received instructions to sell by pub1i-*uiction, On Monday, Nov. 27, 1905, Commencing at 11.80 a.m. eharp, The following LANDS. STOCK, and ITEMS in the Estate of the late DAXIEL INSKIP, Esq., of ' Fairfiuld,' near Quaina :— LAND, Lot 1.— J22K Acres of FREEHOLD LAND, on which are erected the Homestead, 'ii first-clssH Jiuilding), Milking Baila, BnriiM, Dairy, Cum-h House, Calf and Pig Paddi'icks, etc. This block has a frontage of over half a mile to main io::d irum Ucga to Cobargo, and U imule up of tho following blocks : — l-'il, 77, :!l), 181, 210, 17!), 178, 2;13, -182, Parish Jlur rabrinc, County of Dumpier. An Orchard and Vegetable ttitnltm tire ' attached to 'the Homestead. Aliout 15' acres arc under crop with out!?, corn and potatoes. The whole ui this land is well cleared, has a splen did .coat of gross, and and is well nndperiiinncntlv watered. A snug home, splendidly situated, buiii^c '.I miles from Cobargo and 17 miles f...

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 — 14 October 1905

Inter-District Summary. ----.----     Mrs. T. N. Grierson, widow of the late manager of the Bodalla Estate, is on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison at her old home. * * * Captain Canty, of the steamer Coomonderry (which now flies the the Ulawarra Co.'s flag) has been trading to Narooma for 25 years. * * *     McMillan Bros., who lately re moved their sawmill plant from Bermagui to Corunna, intend erect ing a wharf at Narooma for the timber trade. * * * Mr. W. H. Haxby, manager of the Commercial Bank, Moruya, left Sydney for London by the Oroya on Saturday. Mr. Haxby has six months' leave of absence. * * * On Saturday, at the Anglican Church Moruya, Mr. W. J. White, of Dubbo, was married to Miss Edith Gladys Treaehcr, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dawson, Moruya. * * *   Experiments in wool-growing in   the Cobargo and surrounding dis tricts, have turned out profitably. On some farms sheep were inst...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 October 1905

COBARGO. Out this way people are doing nothing much but waiting for rain. At least, one would think so if everything one hears were taken seriously. On Wednesday morning we had high hopes of a good down- pour, but it only lasted a couple of   hours, and showers at that. At night everybody's heart was glad- dened by a rattling good thunder- storm accompanied by splendid rain.   An infant of Mr. John Rankin died at Yourie on Sunday night. Mining at Coolagolite is brisk. It is reported to-night (Wednesday) that rich stone has been struck in the mine known as Rily's old reef, and owned by the Cooangolite syn- dicate. The show, to put it as low as possible, is 10oz stuff and ob- tained at a depth of 130ft. Sawtell and McGrath are now prospecting on the field. A. Reed has applied for a lease — the Adamson lease recently cancelled. Mr. Jno. Martin has just about finished the additions to Mr. Ro- den's residence. A "devastating epidemic" has carried off a number of...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAWKESBURY MACES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

HAWKESBURY RACES. OATUHDAY, OCTOBER 14. Par'; Stakes, 6 fur:— Querv, 8.5, 1; Mutable, 8.5, 2; E.L., 7.10, 3.' Rowley Mile:— St. Modnn, 0.5, 1; -ady Lettice, 8.4, 2; Lady Thirza, 7.4, October Handicap, \% mile and 100 yds :— St. Modan, 7.3, 1 ; Heracles, 7.3, 2 ; Araxes, fl.0, 3. Flying, 0 fur:— Lifebelt, 8.12, 1; St. Louis, 0.7, 2; Ben-my-Chree, 8.2, 3. High-weight, mile:— Red Flag, 0.5, 1; Bright Star, 8.8, 2 ; Kain Cloud, 7.10,3. V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING. First Day, Saturday, October 14. Iolo 'Welter, 7 fur. :— Thackeray, 7.9, 1; Japhet, 8.3, 2; Purser, 10.4,3.' Debutant, half-mile, 105 yds.: — Ebullition, 8.0, 1; Lady Evelyn, 7.0,2; Oreillet, 7.!), 3. Caulfield Stakes, w.f.a.:— Torah, 7.11, 1; Marvel Loch 8.13, 2; Gladsome, 8.13, Ringwood Steeples, 2 mils3 : — Sweeper, fl.10, 1; Adviser, 12.7, 2 ; Mechlin, 12.7, Guineas, mile, 131 subs. : — Lady 'Wal lace, 8.0, 1; Dantzic, 8.5, 2; Scotland, 8.5, 3. Toorak Handicap, mile, 117 subs: — Dandalla, 7.13, 1; Overdale, 8.11, 2; Medallist,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. ?v ? «. Sydn-f.v Tuesday. Caulfield Cup betting was lively in Melbourne lost night. Quotations G to lToorah, 10 Boabidil, Roller; 12 Step Out; 14 Marvel Loch; MS Kos-cmead ; 2q Emir, Pius, Waroo; 25 Scot Free, Harvest Home, Overdale, Maniopoto; 33 Grand Rapids, Troytown, Memento, Moana, Florin ; Proceedor. Sylvanite scratched for the Melbourne 3ud. The whole of the agricultural districts have shared in the late rains. Thunder storms occurred yesterday with further good results. Showery in many inland districts. Harvests prospects' greatly improved. C. Lennon, a well-known sportsman in the Inverell district, was accidentally shot in the face, being mistaken for ii wallaby in the scrub. In falling, his own gun exploded, badly wounding him in the thigh. ' In the Maitland district, Percy Davis, aged 15, was accidentally shot b- the breast with a pea rifle by a member of a shooting party. His' condition is critical. John Smith, aged 19, engaged in clear ing in the Cuwra...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

CHURCH SERVICES CHUBCH OF ENGLAND. ?TjIVINE SERVICE will be held as under:— St. John's Church, Bega— Every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion on lit Sunday at 11 a.m. and 3rd Sunday at 8 a.m. CANON MARTIN. B.A., Reetor. CATHOLIC. TfASS will bt celebrated an under:— Bega every Sunday at 9 and 11 a.m., and Devo tions at 7.20 p.m. Sunday— Oct 22, Bemboka 11. 2tf, Candelo 11. J. J. GUNNING. AUSTRALIAN METHODIST CHURCH. CERVICES will be conducted as under:— Bega, every Sunday at 11 and 7.80. Communion Service on the Ilrst Sunday after 11 mm. ser vice. Sabbath School at 2.80. Christian En deavor, Wednesday at 7.30. Choir Practice Friday at 7.45. ^ y BRISC0MBB, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. T-\IV1NE SERVICE will bo held as under:— Bega, St. Andrew's Church, every Sunday at 1 . aiid 7.S0. Sabbath School at 3. Week-night service, Wednesday at 7.80. Band ol Hopo, Friday at 7. Choir Practice, Friday at 8. J. MUIR. 'WOODCARTER'S NOTICE. npHOMAS MURPHY wishes to inform X his old friends and c...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

SPORTING. Nominations (Is) for Candelo Gaslight Handicap to be run on 13th November, close on 4th November. A team of cricketers from Eden and Pambula will visit Bombala on Nov. 13th to play a local dis trict eleven. The highest price ever realised for an Australian-bred horse was 4600gs, for Titan. Carbine, N.Z. bred, was sold for 13,000ks. j Th« Southern District team of cricketers defeated a City and Suburban team on tho first in nings by 204 runs to 134. For the winners Walter Boxsell made 38, Henrne being top scorer with 68. Sleeper, the winner of the Ep som, was sold for 45gs as a thrcc year-okl at one of Mr. J. R. Smith's Tucka Tucka stud sales. He was got by Metal (Sterling-Fair Ves tal) , out of Sleep, by Gozo — Forty Winks. Programme of Pambula Novem ber (22nd) meeting : Opening Han dicap 10 sovs, 6 furlongs ; Novem ber Handicap, 25 sovs, lm. 91yds ; Trial Stakes, 10 sovs, 6 furlongs ; Time Handicap Trot, 5 sovs, 1% mile ; Final Handicap, 15 sovs, 7 furlongs. Before leavin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

The Bemboka Shool of Arts will be provided with a billiard room ? . _, ? at an early dale. - _'* '& Mv. Win. Manning is making .--'v'i^l rapid headway with the new post '. v^j ofiice at Bemboka. ' :.'w Someone says that a man who' '; has been struck with lightning enn v not I swim. He does* not want to 'I?'- swim. What ho needs in nine - J, cases out of ten, after be in,* struck '|; with lightning, is a che.ip .r.i 1 ' v- ^ % ostentatious tnivnl . ' -3? 111,'' V I 1 llir.ll I I. l(. 111 i-i tin' BntliMi- „'! -! i a stolen br.iss. It w »». t it 1 t hi. ( C starved his f imih fn or In 1 1 \ it ' two-up schools ' Bc-ioi ai uj; __ -»-jj5 he gave this form of gjnibl n ' ''^S high testimonial tibtlio fnucbt^amo i^ffij known. . \$ The produce export trade of v'^ Victoria during last month showed an extremely satisfactory develop ment. Shipments of butter for all destinations showed an increase of nearly 28 per cent.; milk and cream an advance of 203 per cent.; cheese nearly 4 per c...

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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER II. — Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRAftlGING. THE JSU^EbXTSr ZDA.TTS. By CHARLES WHITE. CHAPTER It— Continued. Yet it cannot be said that the gang were brutal or even savage, and they were most scrupulous in their treatment of females, as even the Hobart Town papers acknow ledged. One man, who had asked n. servant srirl for a kiss, wns fit once knocked down by his leader, and one of the plundered settlers afterwards said that Brady's first word was ' Are there any ladies in this house ?' and receiving a reply in the affirmative, ho said, ' Then tell them to get up, and let them dress themselves and go into one room, and no one shall molest them.' T)_— ? n ? ai ? i_-.i ? _eii._ ? :-.. jrrusenuy me leaner 01 me gan ?r- . thought they had got enough ' . plunder, and decided , to seize a vessel and escape in her from the Colony. This design being frustrated, partly by the treachery of a comrade and partly by bad ! weather, Brady calmly notified the Commandant at Lauhceston, 'with the bushrangers' complimen...

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Cobargo Unionist Labour Organ. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

Cobargo Unionist Labour Organ. Tn Hi last issue (18th instant) the Cobargo 'Chronicle' raves something awful in a leader mea suring three feet live inches against a modest little paragraph which appeared in the first iwue of tho ' ]5llll''ot ' ihlK'll 30th rif luct month. The interval of a fort night is accounted for by the fact that the hireling scribe responsible for the attenuated article lives about 6'IJO miles- from the ' Chron icle ' oilicc ami couldn't receive bis instructions under four or five days. The innocent paragraph which raised the ire of the. ' Chronicle ' is here printed : The Trades Marks Jiill now before the Commonwealth. Parliament is one-of the most dangerous bits of legislation ever submitted to any Parliament. It is the creature of the Socialistic partv, and Deakin is merely a sort of ' .pemiyin the-slot.' machine, which responds promptly to the Watsonian whip. One of the iiiiicn3iiiuitl.s propc^cd 1 -y 31 r. Isaacs (Attorney-General) provides for a ' Commonw...

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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

THEY SAY: That Mr. Daglish, once leader of a Labour Government in West Australia, has found the caucus impossible — ho has resigned and is now an Independent. That a Sydney daily the other day made reference to a ' sad be reavement' — the ' Budget ' has never yet heard of a joyful be reavement, at which all the be reaved do a Cakewalk. That D. C. Sullivan is one of four left in a Cathcart billiard tournament which was to have been concluded last week — D. C. S. takes on anything in the shape of sport. That Miss Anderson, in taking the unionist side against Judge Gibson (deputy-president of the Arbitration Court) objects to being 'sat upon' — precisely, most women prefer to ' sit upon ' some man, his knee for choice. That lately awards at the Arbit ration Court have not gone the way of the unions — now the Labor Council has come to the conclusion that Judge Gibson is biassed. That it is becoming fashionable for a bride-elect to give a ' fare well ' social to the friends of her giddy ...

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