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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 20th FEBRUARY. (Before Mr. Galbraith, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 20th February. (Before Mr. Galbraith, P.M.) On Tuesday, the first prosecutions under tho provisions of the new Liquor Act took plnce, and attracted the attention of the publicans and a large section of the' communily. Previously tho provisions of the Act were regarded in a vague sort of. way as something which would interfere with the 'liberty of the subject ' if occasion arose. And the prosecutions of daily accurrcnce in .other towns were read and remarked upon with a growing in difference as newspaper comment became exhausted. But the police court proceedings of Tuesday have once more made th.c Liquor Act the main subject of local conversation. Frank Fredericks, the reccntly arrived manager . of tho Jellat .Jellat Estate, was charged, briefly, with being on licensed premises, the Central Hotel, Bega, during prohibited ' hours. Mr. Blomliold appeared for defendant, and Sub Inspector Tippett prosecuted. Sergeant Thompson deposed: At 20 past 9 on Sunday night -...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

CANDELO. Tiik weather still continues hot and dry. A light drizzling raiu was a pleasant change while it lasted, but it has been as warm as ever since. And to-(lay (Thursday) is most disagreeable a fierce heat with a fiercer wind blowing with a dusty accompaniment. Entries are coming in rapidly for the show next week, and given fine weather it promises to be most successful. Plenty of amusement' next week. Show, two days ; two handicaps; Foley's circus and other attractions. So. thu good people of Candelo will not complain of the lack of amusement. The girls of the Alethodist Church deserve a great deal of patronage for their pluck in catering for the public and also for the members at tho show. A large price was paid for the public luncheon booth, and so it is hoped fine weather will prevail and make this speculation a success. , An effort is being made to induce Alessrs. Haywood Bros, to exhibit their farm trophy at tho show.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From Our Correspondents. BURRAGATF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

From Our Correspondents. BURRAGATF. Tiik angel of death has boon in our midst this week, and called another soul to the great beyond. Eurly on Saturday morning Bobby, son of Mrs. J. llobinson, sonr., was taken ill. and Airs. Itobinson also felt unwell. Thu old lady went to a neighbor's house, and when shu returned she found the young fellow in a fit. Dr. Bruce was wired for, hut liu could not come, ami Dr. Howie was then sent for and he arrived that night, but the young fellow after taking a third '(it passed away about 4 p.m. In the meantime the mother had be come very ill, and was put to bed. Shu became unconscious, and re mained in that condition until Sunday evening whoii conscious ness returned. On Tuesday '&he took another turn, but in thu evening shu was reported butter but still very low. Tlio deceased son was 22 years of ago, and the re mains were taken to Wyndhani for burial on Monday, Air. T. Water son having charge of the funeral arrangements. On Monday and Tuesd...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

SPORTING. There are three racehorses in these parts bearing the name ''Pretty' — Pretty Bay, Pretty Alay, and Pretty Boy. A bill has been passed in the New York State Assembly, making gambling on racecourses a felony. It was submitted to tho Senate on Monday. The following will represent the tcac-hors in the cricket match with Kameruka to-day: Richards (cap tain), Blaxland, Sullivan, Kable, Whyte, Poole, Armstrong, Brown, Williams, Kich.irclson, Sehuback. Emergencies — Nugent, Byron. At Naromine during a recent race meeting, one of the book making fraternity made a bolt for it at the conclusion of a race. A policeman ran him down, took all tho cash tho spieler had about him, and 'payed out' until the bag closed pending reconstruction. A bookmaker wrote sympathis ing with a jockey 'wiped out' by a cold-hearted committee and sent a paraphrased version of the lines so often seen in the 'In AIc morian' notices : 'Oh, for tliv loiu-li --r u vmiishc-ii liniiil And I ho slraigtli of 11 Imy...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PREMIER. AT COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

PREMIER AT C00MA. The Premier, Air. Carrutliers, was entertained at a smoke social in thu School of Arts on Monday evening. The. 'Mayor'. (Alderman Shannon) presided,' a ncl nearly all the surrounding centres wore re presented. Air. Carrutliers, in reply to the toast of his health, said he had come to see the country and those who produced tho wealth of the State, and to observe for himself the resorts of the Monaro table land, which should attract large numbers of tourists. Those in search of health spoke in high terms of the beauty of Mount Kos citisko. With the assistance of the Government, there would be a de velopment of the tourist traffic. He referred to the work of the Fisheries Department, and said the Government intended to establish a central hatchery at Jonolan, and to forward fry to various districts, where they would be kept till suf ficiently grown to liberate in the streams. These fish nurseries could bo established at a small cost. Air. Carrutliers proposed 'Pros- p...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1906. S S -2 ™ 2 -i ?-' ,?, S ?% ?3 Day of Week « t - c 5? § I S S n . -' --, * It M [I Jl P M . I'.M. 1 ThhrHclny. 5 10 7 2 12 13 11 1!) 2 Friday ' 5 17 7 1 1 0 XI 51 It Sntimlnv 5 17 7 1 2 0 a.m. 4 SUNDAY 5 18 7 '() 2 58 12 HI fi Monday fl 1!) 0 51) !i -IX X -12 (i Tuesday 5 20 (i fi8 -I -10 1 BO 7 Wednesday 5 21 (! 57 5 III 2 00 8 Thursday 5 22 (J fill 0 1!- I! « !l l-'ridnv r, SI! (I 55 7 -1 4 J-l 10 Sntnriluv 5 24 G 54 7 4(i 5 48 11 SUNDAY 5 20 0 64 S 2,'t 0 50 12 Monday 5 27 (i 53 !) 5 7 50 13 Tuesday 5 28 0 52 !) 44 0' 1 14 Wednesday 5 21) 0 51 10 21! 10 (! 35 Thursday 5 2!) 0 50 11 5 1111 10 Friday 5 HO 0 50 11 50 i-.m. 17 Haturdav 5 HO (i 48 a.m. 1 1!) 15 SUNDAY 5 III 0 47 12 38 2 21 lit Monday . 5 32 G 4(1 I III 3 20 21) Tuesday 5 3H 0 45 2 2(5 4 14 21 Wednesday 5 34 0 41 H 25 5. 4 22 Thursday .'- 35 0 43 4 25 5 4!) 23 Friday 5 H(i 0 42 5 24 0 2!l 24 Saturday 5 H7 0 41 0 21 7 5 So SUNDAY 5 118 (i 40 7 18 7 40 20 Monday 5 118 (i US 8 14 8 12 27 Tuesda...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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During Prohibited Hours, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

Poring Prohibited Hours. Bkga lias iuid its first case under what is known as the new Liquor Act and thus brought itself into line with those many towns which have tested the provisions of a law' which has in turn been blessed and cursed more than any other on the Statute Book. The consensus of opinion among the police authori ties throughout' the State, as re ported to the Inspector-General, is that on the whole the new Act has worked for the material and moral welfare^of the people, and the pro visions with regard to Sunday trad ing have manifestly diminished the vice of drunkenness. And after all the police in a matter of the kind are in the best position to speak with any degree of au thority, for it is they who have to see that the law is observed and on them is cast the responsibility of initiating any prosecutions under the Act. There was a unanimous demand for an amendment of our liquor laws with a view of checking Sunday trading, the employment of young girls and even child...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VII.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGmG. THE EJlSxjV Dj^TS. *By CHARLES WHITE.' Chaptkr VII. — Continued. It was to the effect that Gar diner was actually in bed in Mrs. BroivJi's'liouse-ivhen the troopers surrounded the place ; und one of the district papers closed the ac count of the affair given in its co lumns by expressing astonishment that ten men, all fully armed, should let one man escape, when that man was in the house, and asking 'Was there not gross mis management somewhere?' It may be remarked that the men who were with Sir Frederick never had their bravery questioned ; but they were under orders, and could not move a linger to intercept the King of the lload until the order was given. When that order was given their chance was gone. The leader had taken all the chances, and had missed his throw. Those whose duty it was to stand idle while he acted cannot lie blamed for failure if the word to 'shoot the wretch' came to them after the 'wretch' hud ilo'wu. It was reserved for SeniorSer gean...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

LOCAL AND GENERAL, Mil. MoKkun, dentist intends visiting Tilba Tilba from Tuusday 20th February till Monday 20th February inclusive. *' * « Candelo show on Wednesday and Thursday next. Entries close to-night. The Bega band has been engaged to play on the second day. -::* ' s ?* Mi;.ss!is. W. Young nr.il G. Branch took over the Wolumla Goldfields Hotel on Monday. The hotel was previously occupied by Alr.Brow. ?a * « At the beginning of tlie week a useful rainfall occurred over 'half the State, many .stations registering over mi inch. Bcga's fall was exactly S points. ts,- -.* ?' Alit. .Tamk.s Noitiiis. who is well known in Bega, advertise* that liu is prepared to sell sewing machines of all kinds. Also musical instru ment!;, including pianos now and second-hand. Repairs a speciality. vfr vt'r *& Two paragraphs appearing side by side in tlie Candelo 'Union' of Wednesday : A Suniliiy-Suhnnl teacher 'is wanted by the Methodist Church. Who'll volunteer'.' Also about a dozen willi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

I Oiiff ortS Lous^Chie^/ J SHIP BEIIB A -&- /I : / v/ ; ? Is the only / «^- / I \ Treble-EefiuedCORNFLOTJH / aJKp/ I t \ made. j ^G^* / X|X ' | —&?m^~ / ' j ' ' '^Sgl^^fi Wholesome, '?- Two Packets of 'f^^^^^W Nutritious, and [ ? prrm ~^. u ? T^1«6§?s5e$&» eminently suited S i SHIP BRAND ti|KQHf- for Weak Stomachs. 5 s CORNFLOUR B§|P*0 ? , as three . , / ^^fe» ~ \ any other / £Jvi^ / I i ' / *%k/'^ / i A / SiQ) / Is ranked by Medical authorities and \ \ / '-5fcS^^ / ^-00^ Experts as the Highest-class \ / -^Z^ / ° °EN FL0UE m tbe World- Ifc h free / -Il^ /from Oil, Potatoe Starch, and every form of / W%* / Adulteration. | ^^/CUFFORD LOYE & COMPY, ^/ 77 Clarence Street, SYDNEY., P Are Treatsd bv ^^«_ 1ff.. ^^^ ,, % | Other Wethods!^^^Sv^^^&^fc:| I Our Treatment ^^%^^^™|- f j| by Electricity Cures. ? £ f^M I jp| It is the Correct Treatment, applied the Iv^ ^^i ^Hsi Wi CK right way, and Men who have allowed the \^^ 'T&Mw&favSii &am...

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"Borrowed Plumes." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

'Borrowed Plumes.' The entertainment organised in aid of St. John's Sunday School was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday evening. The atten dance was not large, the fair sex predominating. Over £b were taken at the door, and the sale of tickets outsido will bring the total receipts up to about £8. Canon Martin presided and announced each item. The programme opened with an overture by the members of the orchestra, Messrs. Tidd (2), Brixey, Nugent and Townsond. Air. C. Reynolds was the only male vocalist, and sang 'Zanita' in a manner deserving of the .warm applause with which the item was greeted. Ho has a tuneful voice, above the average heard at country concerts. The chorus 'Oh, the Flowery Month of June' by the choir of St. John's was a variant on the eternal solos that was much appreciated. Mr. Tidd conducted. Owing to the absence of several members the choir was not so strong as the management antici pated. The recitation '' The Seven Stages of Madness', by Mr. Kable, was a...

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Polly's Story. A SERIAL STORY PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

PoSIy's Story. A .SKUIAI, STOKY. PART II. 1 was, of course, obliged to go at once, by myself, so as not to keep him waiting, and loft him standing in tho passage outside my door, and Mr. DarrclJ behind it. I thought to myself that 1 would nut stity very long away; but, when I went in, the sight of my dear Miss Priscella lying in her collin seemed to take away my Si'iisos. I only know that I dashed myself down beside her, and cried till J could cry no longer, and for got all about the two gentlemen, as much as if they'd never ex isted. When I was a little calmer I he-pi n [lulling this thing und that thing a little more to my mind, it was1 all so painfully' neat— not at all as the pretty creature lying then* Si) still and while would have liked it to bo. ' They'd hung black wrappers, too. over the windows and looking jflusses — wherever they could put a bit of black they'd put it. Those were some of Mrs. Lett's doings^I iVit sure, for she always did like making the most of a dismal t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR, i First Maid:' '''Why did you leave the- Uppertcns' ?' Second Maid : ! ' I caught him kissing liis wife!' % ** «:- 'Why do I live?' (lie poet wrote, j And the editor made reply: * 'You sent your poem in by .post — That is the reason why!' » * * .. ' A shepherd is a man who minds sheep, isn't he, father?' 'Yes, my son.' 'Then I expect a coward is a man who minds cows.' « ?* «- She: ' Captain, why do soldiers close one eye whon they are shoot ing?' Captain: Because, m v dear, if they closed both eyes, they couldn't see anything at all.'- -S ' « v Men and women got along sur prisingly well, considering how much the men know about tin; women and how much the women suspect about the men. 'Was Rome founded by Uomoo?' inquired a pupil of the teacher. 'No, my soii.' replied the wise man; 'It was Juliet who was found dead bv Kowoo.' ? ' - ' « ?:* » Giles: My wile can drive nails like lijrjitiii'mr. Miles: Von doirt mean it?'' Giles : Sure, 1 iio. j Lightning. you know...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[BY CABLE]. LONDON, Thursday. HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

[By Cable], L London, Thursday, * HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. In the House of Commons an amendment to the AddressinRo i ,. ply was moved by Colonel Sander L? ' '(son to the effect that the people of f^fkli eland viewed with alarm the \ *\ statement that changes will be I made in the system of Govern ment. The Chief Secretary for - Ireland refused to reply to the de }-' mind for information while the ' policy was being- matured. He i said the time was propitious for passing measures leading up to bdf-government, Tho amendinont I1' w is rejectod by 406 to 88. F * FRANCE AND MOROCCO. f France has firmly resolved to ' niako no further concessions with regard to the Central Morocco po 6. lice and the' State Bank. The 1 Paris press is adopting a very re i . solute tone. I A MAGAZINE EXPLODES. t ' A magazine exploded at Khar: ij t toum, and several British soldiers } ? | were killed. ;./;' A BRITISH DEFEAT. ,?;' A The defeat of the British force Jtf'J In Nqrthern Nigeria leading to the ;''(*' k...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Friday. LATEST MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 February 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Friday. LATEST MARKETS. [[ Butter choice lOyid, -prime 9d p: to [)]4, bacon 7--d to Ojid, hams &y: S^d to lid, oheose i'/i to (id, eggs' !'? 10d to lid, hens Is 9d to 2s, young s^. roosters 3s to 3s Gd, ducks Is 9d ''/?fi. to 2s 3d, oaten hay £2 5s to £'6 lijM 10s, potatoes £& 10s to £9 Is 8d. IP REID'S FUNNY BUSINESS. Wf' Lyne says that protectionists M' are not such fools as to be caught | in Reid's anti-socialistic net. Dea F kin says that the leader of the Opposition appears to be whistling i for want of a policy. WRECKAGE SIGHTED. Wreckage belonging to a timber sailing vessel of about 300 tons has been sighted 300 miles east of Syd ney in the wake of vessels trading to Now Zealand. The mast with yard attached was seen 14ft. above the surface. WRECK ON THE VICTORIAN COAST. The ship Spoke, 2700 tons, bound from Mantendo to Mel bourne in ballast, has been to tally wrecked on the Victorian coast. The crew, numbering 26, with one exception, ...

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Show Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 February 1906

Show Fixtures. Foi.i.owixo is a list of the dates of tho various district shows, 1906 — Boga — 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 — 28 February 1906

District and Inter-District Turf Fixtures. | FlOBllUAUY.! Fob 2S and March 1— ISraidwood Annual Races. I MARCH. ; 5 — Major's Crook Race Meeting. 9 — Bogii Show Race Meeting. 14 — Candclo Autumn 'Meeting. 24 — Bemhoka Autumn Meeting.

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 February 1906

Presbyterian Church. Tin: ;innual Meeting of the Bega Presbyterian Church, which took tho form of a congregational social, was held in tho church on Friday oveninjj, 28rd Fobruarv. Tho Rev. J. Muir was in the chair and there was a large attendance, the outside centres being also represented. The meeting was opened by singing a hymn and constituted by prayer. Tho report of the Session was read showing work done at Bega and tho various preaching centres and rcfeiT' d to opening of the hall at Tantawanglo and the moonlight services, also the weeidy prayer meetings, Band of Hope and choir practice and that Mr. Sullivan had consented to act as honorary or ganist. Tho annual report was also read and dealt with, the work done during the past year by the committee of management, and that shortly it was intended to have a hew rcof placed on the church, also the Sunday School report as to the work done in tho Sunday School. The treasurer's statement, copies or wnicn wore nanuect round to the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queanbyan's Representative. STRUCK OFF THE ROLL OF SOLICITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 February 1906

Qiieankyan's Representative. STRUCK OFF THE P.OLL OF SOLICITORS. In the Full Court on Friday before the Chief Justice, Mr. 'justice ?Cohen, and Mr. Justice I 'ring, Alan Major Millard appealed against his conviction at the Metropolitan Quarter Sessions on November '2 last, before Judge Murray, on a charge of having, at Biingendoro, on April 5, 190-1, .stolen a sum of .?£«'-, ti.-e properly of .lames Johnson. Mr. Noble (instructed by Mr. Moss) appeared in support of the appeal, iind Mr. Pollock (instructed by tho Crown Solicitor) for the Crown, to oppose. The evidence against the accused, who is M.fj.A. for Queuuhcynn, wa.s that Johnson, for w^iom and for whoso son he was acting as solicitor, gave him ,/,''- to remit to the Advances to Settlers' Hoard on behalf of his son. Tho money was never sent to the board. Two months afterwards, Johnson averred, tho accused in conversation with him, used words which would :i:ilur:illv ennvi-v. mid had in fact i-on voyed, to him the impression th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VII.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 February 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE SJlS'£.V DJL3TS. By CHARLES WHITE.' CiiAi'TKit VII. — Continued. The arrival of bushrangers in the capital of the colony caused a great stir, and to judge from the conduct of not a few, the criminals were regarded as veritable heroes. That this sort 'of hero-worship ol-- titincd largely in Sydney as well as in the bush was very clearly manifested during mail}' subse quent trials. About this time the following notice appeared in the 'Police Ga zette' : — Particulars and description respect ing the offenders concerned in the Escort Robbery committed on 15th June last. 1. Frank Gardiner, supposed to have since 'cleared out' with Mrs. Brown, in boy's clothes, via Goulburn, for Portland Bay, where he has two sisters married ; he has (it is reported) since hearing of the apprehension of Bow and For dyce, returned to the Bland dis '?? trict. 2. Johnny Gilbert, one of the three encountered by Sir K Pot tinger, at Meroo, and who escaped, was some days after the su...

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