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Show Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 March 1906

Show Race Meeting. TiiKitB was big attcnUunce at the above mooting yesterday, and the Club was favored with glorious weather. Beyond the fall sustained by Lady Grace there was no acci dent. Following arc the results: — Hukdlks. — 2mls 158yds. V. J. Tarlinton's Charles (Stan ford) 10.5 ? ... 1 W C Tapper's The Future (Col lett) 9.9 ; ? ... 2 Other starters: Atlantean (Car son) 11.0, -Zetwell (Morton) 0.9, Torchill (Sharp) 9.3. Betting: 6 to 4 The Future, 2 to 1 Atlantoan, 3 to 1 Charles, 4 to 1 Zetwoll, 5 to 1 Torchill. Won by a length and a half. From a good start Charles led out and was closely followed by The Future and Atlantean; in this order they cleared the first hurdle. Atlantean baulked at the second hurdle, thus putting him out of it. At the dip positions were unaltered between Charles and the Future, Torchill being third. At tho third hurdle Torchill galloped round and Zetwell did the same at the fourth thus leaving the race to Charles and the Future, whoso position remain...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 March 1906

BEMBOKA. (By Retailer.) We are still watching tho clouds and hoping for some rain, for with out the precious fluid we cannot hope to move along with any pro gress. :' I heard a man 'say that he leased a f-trm in Bemboka about two years ago, bought cows, and went on dairying; ''and,' added the man, 'if to-day I sold my cows and raked up all available cssh, I would be quite a poorer man than when I started.' Another says he is losing .£200 a year — tho amount ho pays for rent. Of course, the competition among tenants is principally the reason for high rents, although the suc cessive bad seasons have been res ponsible for actual loss as against a living profit. ' But we must be fair and not forget the good years when people were making money day by clay. If these had continued dairy men would get too rich and per haps make, bad use of tho money, commencing works that would be offensive to the great invisible King. ['Retailer' need never be afraid of the tenant farmer growing beastly we...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 10 March 1906

CANDELO. Wk havo had splendid rain during tho past weak, and tho appearanco of tho country has uudorgouo a rapid and beautiful change. The lulls are ciouicu in green, wnue the crops and gardens have improved wonderfully. Since the annual show the town has been very quiet. This is the usual result after a week's amuse ment. Foley's Circus was tho groat at traction during the week, the most popular item being tho unsuccess ful attempts of local riders to sit the mules. 1 near tnc iuotnociisis netted a good sum from their tea tent at the show. At future shows it would only be a fair thing if more and bolter accommodation were pro vided for people who have the tea tents. . , The Fisk Jubilee Singers played to a good hoiisi) on Tuesday night, their items being greatly appre ciated. At the local police court on Mon day, before the P.M., Mary Hunt was fined 20s with 21s professional costs and 7s costs of court, in de fault 14 days in Bega gaol ; 7 days allowed to pay. The offence was an as...

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District and Inter-District Turf Fixtures. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

District and Inter-District Turt Fixtures. MARCH. 14 — Candclo Autumn Meeting. 24 — Bemboka Autumn Meeting.

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Central Running Grounds. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

Central Running Grounds. Following are the results of the running in the .different events competed for during Show week: — Tinnn gaslight handicap. Heat Winxkus yds 1.— \V. fflnsol ... 7H 2.— G. Brilion ... S 3.— T. Davis (a) ... 7 ?I.-- H. Howard ... 7# 5.—A. V.'.'Mudio ... (iK ('..— W. Uosuvear ... 10 7;— A. Wnpplcr ... byi 8. — IT. McDonald ... 7 9.— G. McLood ... 7}4 10.— 11. McElroy ... 0 31.— F. liootsey ... S'/d 12.- — 13. Hammond ... lx/i U?.— Go Soon- ... -\yi M.— T. KheinbRrger ... S'/i 15.- -H. Burton ... titf. 10.— II. Mumbla ... .'J4 Second Hound. 1. — ft. Hammond ... lyi 2.—H. Mumbla ... 7-Ji 3.— G. -Britten'. ... 8 4. — A. Wcppli'i' ... o'/i Final. r; H. Mumbla 7^yds ? 1 G. Britten Syds ? 2 A. M'eppler 5*4 yds ... ...- 3 15. Hammond 7-^yds ? 4 YOUTHS' U ACE. Heat Winners. 4 m rti. ? i^: ? ~ i / 2. — 15, Wilson ... S 3.— A. Howard ... 10 ?i.-- -T. Lambert ... 10 r,._ H. Grubb ... 8 6.— J. Higgins ... 10 ' ? T.—T.vWhitoly ... 4 Second Round. 1.--.T. Higgins ... 10 2.— ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Checkmate to Union Secretaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

A CSMinatc to Union Secretaries, A vi:nv important announcement has been made by the Arbitration Court. lloncetorUi it will only t.-il-x- cogirsanee of disputes which have actually occurred between 1,-iiipioyer-i arid employed, and which have afterwards been taken \ip 1-v lbs: unions. Previously the pra iicc has been for the union sei-:«.'tarv to stei) in with a series of di':i:aii(ls. The employer naturally re r-.:.-sL-d to concede them, and then :i viis held there was a dispute for tin- Court to consider. The men HI .ed this procedure, becVusj it ehiiiied in with their cowardice, or, ii that is too hard a word, with tl:t-:r fear of making themselves obnoxious to their employer, it is no--.- heh!, however, that if the grievance is not sufficiently serious to cause the men themselves to complain the Court will take no co^nii-ance of it. This is i.n accor dance with a recent judgment of | i-se High Court, and it seems to be j in accordance with common sense ! ;i'-;-. Undi-r the pract...

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The Shires. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

The Shires. Tin-: description of the boundaries of tin.' following shires, 'proclaimed' in the '.Government CfiueUo' of 7lh iiii-tanl, may he of interest: — Jmi.ay. _No. 101. ? 'Commencing on the South1' Pa-- cilic Ocean at Capo Howe, . the eastern extremity of the southern boundary of the (state; thence l-y that _ boundary noi Ih-westerly to th:! range funning the ? western bmmlaryiif the county of Auck land; thence by part of that boun dary gcnei-ally northerly to the eastern boundary of portion 8«0, parish of Cnthcnrt, county of Wcl Uslcy; thence by eastern and north-western boundaries of that parish northerly mid Knulliwisler ly to again meet the aforesaid I'ouiily boundary; thence by that boundary again northerly to the .-milii-wi'st corner of the parish of Mojiilla, county of Auckland; by tho 'southern boundary of tiiat parish easterly to Tnntawanglo Cn-eU; (henee by that creek and fii'g.i Kiver dowmvard.s to the siiiiihern bouuilary of the niunici palitv oi Ucga; by that boun...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

_!? ? mi ? I, ? -i ----r~r-iui ? i B n —rum \ THE BEGA BUDGET -CIRCULATING— 'Throughout tho &deq-JV|or(aro [^la-torate. The Live Newspaper of the South. i litef ami, n ;: -/ I I^Sff To Measure, 'V1' -. -' ''',-; S \\ brfUii: from - '''-'V-^ H {.:] J^'ltf u l!| Your pick of the finest Tweeils, Vieiuins, |=j ll M' -I *''-'? Screes and fv.-rfterirlle:;, ir.c'.u'.i:::; I-'o::'.' |'! A (?'//? \:Y'-:l'i'-U Celebrated Imiiuo K^jys, Ki:a:ii:.i.'fd last U a I '\i:-t'-W':% in eolnr utider a-.-iiV c'.r iii-.i-.iiM-.hL-iie tc.M. also H £ if r'l H#t a full ranj-e or Mai-.:-.ic;;y:i.i.!-: Tvkkds— U -~ t V- /?'''?-?? '??% the iV.mous ail-wn,-.l Aus-.raii.ui Tv.-^e-Uiissc- j.l H I ' h/*'UA'-r ]l.-ele.l.rorpej:-...:al wear by th'-ir r.xceiieiscies .s ty'_l ? iL ? Ii£ ? Lord amll/i-ly Nor! l!.~.)le. Thcs.-Tv.-ec.isare ,fj :i of light sununer weight and are perfect i:i fnsWi and texture. U i\ We positively guarantee their \v:aiiiig q'.ia'uKS. -J ,?1 Send for I'.-itleni Vcok, eoiilniniiitf 7-1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

~w~:e:a.:r, oisrxrg'! WW EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED. ^ ^ ^ (? -THE IrT'.A.IMIO'CrS-ri . EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample Packetsfree. o n» ^s./iL#r& &&.&*. 9 W--*lPfi'C a a facial.. 'T3EGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BLAXLAND, B.A. g£5T l'UPILS prepared, privately or otherwise, for all University Exami nations, Bunkers' Institute, and Federal Service Examinations. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for HOARDERS. riHURCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, — BEQA.— /ESP' Under the auspices of Church of Eng. Dea. Inst., Sydtioy. SUPEUIOR EDUCATION for I50AR DKRSaml DAY IMJI'tLS, under the cure of ihu'Dcitconess-in-cliarge. Terms and information on ayplicu ion to DEACONESS. ' Solly's' Saloon, —IX— E&- CHURCH STREET, BEGA, (Next Council Chambers,) The Hairdresser & Tobacconist. THIS SHOP is STOCKED with Af.L thu Choice nml Popular JlltA.mS of TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, and other Requisites for the Smoker. £»-A COMPETENT HAIRDRESSER from SYDNEY in CH...

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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VII.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. TIKIS ZE^IeSliV JDJL.1TS3. By CHARLES WHITE. Ciiaiteu VII.— Continued. Hero ho made the acquaintance of Frank Gardiner ; ami it was thought that he was 'oho of the gang employed by Gardiner in 'sticking-up' carriers and others on Uio road in that locality. Dur ing his imprisonment ho confessed ?his share in the escort robbery, mid more than once sought accep tance as approver with Charters. John Bow, who was only twenty years of age, was a native of Pen rith, Where he was known to -ninny persons as a schoolboy, as a re markably woll-belinved and intelli gent youth. He was vory respect ably connected, having a halfbro ther ami sister in very good po.i tions in various parts of the coun try. He had been employed for 5 or G 3't'nrs in the IJurrowii district as a stockman for different per sons, but his connection for the last twelve or eighteen months with parlies who were now well known to have been in constant communication with Gardiner, had no doubt led to t...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

ODDS AND ENDS. / man now on /. ;., of Holland, 'lij'yenrs old, iniiS SOih. high. She weighs less than 91b. Owing to Messrs. .Ravitch Bros, of New York, employing .'non unionists in their ^foundry,? thai r works were partly destroyed by dy namite. $5'' Four hundred Natal^KifHrs in formed the lnngistnittrof their dis trict that they were unable to pay the poll tax. The sound of Colonel. Leuohnr's guns caused 150 to pay immediately. Mr. Edmund Alfred Barton, son of Sir Edmund Barton, Judge of the High .Court, was admitted as a barrister on Thursday morning, on the motion of Dr. Cullen, K.C., be fore the Full Court. Major-General Finn will, it is announced, eeyer his connection with the Australian forces at the end of his term, which has now only ten months to run. Pie will return to England and resume his connection with tho Imperial forces. In the House of Lords last week during a debate on the policy of the Lords of tin' Admiralty, Lord Brassey stated that tho Canadian and Australian...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF KXOLA.VD. JJ1V1SE SERVICE will bo held as unikr: St. John's Church, llega-Evcry Sunday at n ' a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion on 1st Sunday at 11 a.m. and 3rd Sunday at 8 a.m. Feb. 28— Wnllagont. ' ' Man-h 2-8i!ttleuicnt. March 5— KumbunRa. Jlnreh 6-Fedoml Park. March 0-AuRlcdalc. March III— llrciKO. . Muri-h 11 and 25— Tauja. March' 18— Wallncoot. CANON MARTIN. n.A., Itcctor. KAMERUKA PARISH. . March -tth. Candelo 8 a.m. (if.c.) Kitmvriikall a.m (if.c.) South Woluinla:) p.m. WoIumlH ;.:» p.m. Mim-h llili. Cawlclu 11 a.m. (ll.c.) Tiiiitiin-niiKlii :i p.m. Ucmuiikn 11 a.m. March 18th. Wnlumla 11 a.m. (ll.c.) SSSiilK!', ^hfldrcnS Service-) a p.m. Knmcruka'.Wp.m! llcmuoka 7.OT p.m. March 23th. Ilvmlinka 11 a.m. (ll.c.) SSSS55S.K Stm. c''dmi's *'?« 3 '?''? Wolnmla 7.30 p.m. CauduloSp.m! MuonllKlit Services. Mh nuckejo, fith Niairara, Lantern Service 7th Olenall, t)th Mogllhi, Dili TantawaiiKla. F. WILKINSON, Acting.Reetor. OATHOLIO. Jy[ASS will be celebrated ...

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PAMBULA PROTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

PAMBULA PROTESTS. At a meeting of the Pambula A. P. and H. Society recently a number of protests and complaints were dealt with. J'r. A. Burnett protested against the first and sc cond.prizes'buiiig awarded to Run kin and E. Collins in the pony hunting contest' on the ground that they were over tho age of 1G yenrs, and they will be afforded an op portunity of proving that such is not the case. Mr. Burnett al.«o protested against two of his oalves being thrown out in the class heifer, any breed, under 1 year— on tho ground of over age. A cer tificate was produced from Mr. W. Coughran giving the date of the birth of one calf, and supporting Mr. Burnett's protest. ? Mr. Bur nett whs subsequent!}' awarded a special prize of 10s. A complaint was received from Mr. V. Tarlin ton in regard to the- action of tho judges in tho high jump. The committee1 acknowledged the letter and regretted that any mistake had occurred, and also stated Unit tho Society would endeavour to avert a similar occur...

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McKay's Waxworks. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

McKay's Waxworks. Mit. Jack McKay, who has an exhibit of waxworks and also runs a variety entertainment, opened in Bcrii on Tuesday night last week, and has played to good houses up to last night. 'Jack' is well known along the coast and is a g-.-od manager, who lias complete control of his audience. His wax works include about 05 figures which are ranged in recumbent ami statuesque positions round tho walls of the tent, and are well worth examination. The figures represent statesmen, churchmen, soldiers, sailors, and criminals, and to each is pinned a short reference to the life of the individual it represents. The variety entertain ment opens with the uaual chair business of a nigger minstrel show, and one cornerm in (bones) has established himsulf a favorite- by his ready gagging. Hm eomio ' songs are also accompanied with a . natural drollery. Mr. F. King (interlocutor) sings a good ballad, while the co. possesses a fine dan cer in Miss Lily Ekwin. The other two members of the c...

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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

FROM THE BULLETIN. . According to evidence given before the N.S.W. Arbitration Court, some of the children under the. care of the Stjile are boarded out to dairymcr., who are- actually paid for their keep whilst enslav ing them' to the cow Joss. Dairy ing, as regards children, is a noxious trade, and no State child siioulu be subjected to ttie risK or being put through the miserable mill in which the cow-man so often grinds his own children's lives. ' . *. * * The long-suffering boarder revolts at last, as witness this advt.: — Board wanted where the Land lady has seen Worse D.ivs. No body who has seen Better Days need reply. * * « Education Minister Sa^hse, of Victoria, is hatching out the egg of an idea for a Rystem of free, cir cular and movable education. He purposes reaching those youngsters in the back-blocks who are too far removed from State schools by sending teachers round to them in yans. The perambulating school is to be about the size of a furni ture van, and is to carr...

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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

THEY SAY: That the general verdict in iiinnoction with the Lands Inquiry Comniitision is 'give us^ arrest.' ?:'.'. That starlings will have to bo included in the list of noxions birds— tlioso pests will suon bu the orchurdiat'a greatest enemy. That there is sure to be a big rise in the output of the co-operative factory this month ; and That there is also sure to be a further rise in boots and shoes which cash buyers can only avoid by purchasing from Rodd and Chegwidden. ? That the stringent liquor laws with re gard to Sunday trading is said to be leading to tlic increase of sly grog sell ing. That many people whose opinion must be respected regard Germany's great increase of warships as an indication that the Kaiser lms designs on great Britain; and That one veteran puts it that with the British fleet out of the way there are the richest prizes in the world open to audacity and force ; and That all the same just now the Ger mans seem to have their hands full fighting a savage tribe...

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CALENDAR FOR MARCH, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

CALENDAR FOR MARCH, 1906. ?g ' m a ?2 f» 2 .2 -2 ?3 Day of Week -^ B - s 5? § 5 I J II 51 II M A.M. P.M. 1 Thursday 5 42 (! $1 10 fio 0 50 2 Friiliiv 5 M 0 M 11 CO 10 27 3 Sntunlnv 5 44 (i 30 p.m'. 11 0 4 SUNDAY 5 45 0 si) 1 I!0 11 50 5 Monilnv 5 4« (i 28 2 28 a.m. 0 Tuemluy 5 47 0 -Si 3 1!) 12 .'18 7 Wednesday 5 47 0 j.h 4 i) 1 ai 8 Thursiluy 3 48 0-4 4 50 2 28 '.) 'riilny n 4«.) (1 *:! o !!8 It 2K 10 Snturilny 5 50 -i zl « 1*' -1 32 11 SUNDAY 5 50 0 -0 7 1 5 :?7 12 Momliiy 5 51 0 i» 7 41 ti 44 13 Tuesday 3 52 li 8 8 22 7 52 14 Wednesday .'- 53 (i 7 1) 2 !) 0 16 r/mreJny 5 54 0 (i 0 47 10 (I 10 Friduy 5 55 (i 4 10 3ti 11 12 17 Saturd:iv 3 50 ti 2 11 27 p.m. 18 SUNDA'Y t 57 0 1 a.m. 1 10 19 Monday 5 57 11 0 12 22 2 12 20 Tuesday 3 38 U 8 1 18 3 1 21 Wediiesdny 3 5» 0 7 2 17 3 I!) 22 Tliursday 5 59 (- 5 3 15 4 28 23 Friday ' (i 0 « 4 4 13 5 3 24 Saturday (1 1 (- 2 5 1) 5 311 25 SUNDAY (i 1 ti 1 0 2 G 12 20 Monday , li 2,1! 0 7 0 0 43 27 Tucnlnr ' G 3'o 1) 7 S3 7 17 28 Wednesday ti 4|...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

WHO BOOTED YOU! William Organ — OF — GIPPS STREET. A I.AKGE STOCK of READY MADE BOOTS n't J-rtces''wlilch defy Competition. Conio nnd inspect Ladies', Gents' and Children's. PHICKS away below tlioeu of any other Boot Shop in Town. BOOTS MADE TO MEASUBE. Only Best Material used. HAND SEWING A SPECIALITY. PEICES -MODERATE and SATIS: FACTION GUARANTEED, Repairs Prompty and Neatly Executed. We All Know THE ILL EFFECT HAIN has SHOE LEATHER CONSEQUENTLY After ail the Rain we have had lately YOU WILL WANT NEW BOOTS OR . . . SHOES . . . VISIT THE Red Flag Stores, WE ABE RENOWNED FOB THE Quality and Durability OF OUB BOOTS & SHOES ANU Our Famous Low Prices. CLARK and BROWN. RoyaB Hot el, IBIEGkA.. Now under entirely new management.) RT. CAVANAGII, having purchased ? the above hotel, hopes to merit a fair si are of Biipport. THE BEST brands of ALES, WINES and SPIBITS IN STOCK. Fxcollent Stabling, attentive Groom. The Bank Hotel, —CHURCH STREET,— B E G A . HENRY UNDERHILL, PBOPRIETOR. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

THE NEWSPAPER — OF — THE SOUTH. LIVE LEADING ARTICLES, TOrilJAL PARAGRAPHS, INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. Attractively Written and Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906

ADVERTISING. SIXULE COLUMN— First Inch 3s, every succeeding Inch Is. M. IKMJJif.K COMJMN— First Tncli, 5s, every Hiiceeuding Inch 2s. Gil. gJST- SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Abdiussb.: CHURCH -ST., B ECJ A.

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