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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
Inter-District Summary Mr. AL an McLean has heen ap pointed bailiff of tho Small Debts Court, Moruya. Mr. Haxby, manager of the Com mercial Bank, Moruya, returned on Friday from his trip to England. The installation of a five-head stamper battery on the roadside near. Wolumla is nearing comple tion. ? At the Police Court,' Moruya, on Monday of last week, William Dunne was ?charged with an as sault upon Mary Chapman. The case was adjourned till yesterday. Goulburn Hospital Committee' has decided to appoint a resident medical officer at a ^salary of ,£200 a year, with quarters. Applica tions (which close to-Gay) have been invited through the city papers for the position. Mr. A. Emmott, of Mcruya, shipped six hens on Monday to be penned at the next laying compe tition. Moruya fowls should be in good demand consequent upon their great success at Hawkesbury. It is said that Messrs. Hay wood Bros., of Pambula, have been in vited to exhibit their trophy at the Cooma show. Should the Bros, ...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
SPORTING. Nominations for Bcmboka races to take place on Saturday, 24lh' instant closed last niyh't. Branch and Young's gaslight handicap wiil be run on the Goldfields Hotel running grounds to-night. ? ? ThoBcga Rifl.e Club-V March match will commence to-day, and be concluded on Saturday. :. ltanges 300 and 500 yards, limit Go. Zola has been a great horse for his owner this season, adding last week another .£35 to the already creditable amount of his winnings. Yambulla will run a day's ath letic sports on (ith April, including an Opening Handicap of £'6 and a Sheffield of £8. The Pambula River Aquatic Club regatta takes place next Saturday. A whaleboat' race will be a feature of the day's sport. Manns and Young's gaslight handicap will be run atCandelo on Saturday (race night). Class heats will be drawn and run before the ordinary heats. The Narooma Aquatic Club has engaged a launch, so that visitors on Easter Monday may thoroughly explore the 'beauty spot of the South Coast.' Messr...
[By CABLE]. London, Thursday. THE POPE AND FRENCH. BISHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
[By CableJ. London, Thursday. THE POPE AND FRENCH , BISHOPS. The Pope has summoned seven French bishops to resign, . ' . THE MOROCCAN TROUBLE. Latest advices from tho Mo-* rocco Conference are of a less 're- assuring character. . FATAL RAILWAY COLLISION, A railway collision occurred at Godsen, Ohio, and ten persons were killed and 15 wounded, THE FRENCH COLLIERY DISASTER. The latest estimate of the deaths by the French oolliery disaster '' is upwards of 11,200. The catas trophe has caused a profound im pression, and the Government is organising public relief for the widows and orphans. Many res cued men are frightfully burned, and faint hopes are entertained of their recovery. Some of the miners have taken refuge in the galleries, and the scenes in tho mine aro described as awful. The rescue party has reached the 500 feet level and heard the voices of mates 600 feet -lower who were inacessible. The bewildered wives and children are with difficulty restrained from approaching the fla...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. MORE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
- LATEST TELEGRAMS: Sydney, Tuesday. MORE PLAGUE. A caso of jihignC was discovered yesterday in Kent Street, the pa tient being a dressmaker. 'Another case has been reported. RUSHED. BY A COW. ? Yesterday at Guraldton (W.A.) Mrs. V. Butt was rushed by a cow. She was felled to the ground and gored in the thigh. The ' woman seized the cow by the horns and hold on until the animal was driven off. WirTTIpn AT OWTO Judge'Murray has completed the work of redistribution of the Fede ral electorates, and the plans will be ready for issue on Saturday. TELEPHONE TOLL SYSTEM. A large meeting of citizens was held yesterday to consider the tele phone toll system. The meeting strongly condemned the new sys tem, and a strong vigilance com mittee was formed to take steps to have the exorbitant charges re duced or the wholeothing altered. The Chamber- of Commerce has also taken definite action. LAND RESUMPTION. The Minister for Lands intends submitting a bill next session ask ing that half a million ...
The Catholic Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
The Catholic Bazaar. The above, for which the ladies had been working for many months, was opened by the Mayor (Alderman Pell) on Monday of last week and was not brought to a close until Saturday night. Iu opening the proceedings and before calling on tho Mayor to officially open tlie bazaar tlie Rov. Father Gunning said they were going to try and pay off one debt in oruer to contract another. They wished to build a commodious school house and for that purpose they must raise a considerable sum of monoy. He hoped the bazaar would bo a success, although ho recognised that there wero many attractions in town which must detract from tho receipts of tho undertaking. In supporting the bazaar they would feel that tho money was not leaving the town but every penny taken would be spent here: He had much pleasure in asking Mr. Pell to open the bazaar. The Mayor thanked Father Gun ning for the invitation to open the bazaar. This was his first -public act of the kind since he had 'held his pre...
CANDELO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
CANDELO RACES. .. The Candfilo Autumn Meeting takes placo on tho -Tantawanglo courso on Saturday next. Follow ing aro the nominations , and weights for the different -events :— ? Commercial Handicap : Roths child y.ti, Councillor 8.5, Racket 8.0, Delighted 7.3, Spendthrift (lato Quadroon) 6.10, Teruh 6.7. Nursery : Sailaway 9.5, Su'nol 9.0, Woodlinnet 8.0, Madge 7.0. Autumn Stakes: Rothschild 9.5, Atlantoan 8.9, Racket 8.0, De lighted 7.!0, Future 6.7. Piying Handicap: Atlantean 9.5, Councillor 8.9, Racket 8.4, De Iiglite4 7-7. Noblesse 7.6, Zetwell 6,12, Acceptances closed last night.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
SPORTING. Batcman's Hay is to linvo a day's picnic horse racing on Saturday next. It is likely Meakor and Clarke will run another handicap in about three weeks or a month's time. The Melbourne yearling sales on Wednesday did not includo a single buyer from Sydney. Sydney 'football clubs are already calling meetings to arrange for the coming season. Nominations for Henry's torch light handicap, to be run on the first night of Cobargo show, close to-night. The rain on Saturday saved the teachers a good leather-hunting The score the printers intended to make was something formid able. On Saturday, March 24th, Pro fessor Skuthorp's 'Boys' from the Bush', will open in Sydney. A first prizeof ,£70 is offered for the best roughrider, open to allcomers. Also ,£15 for the best buckjutnper. Mr. Alex Bartley, of Delegate, drew Little Toy, the fourth horse in Tattcrsall's consultation on the Newmarket Handicap. He should get something like.£100 out of the starters' dividend. It is stated that a...
METHODIST BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
METHODIST BAND. OF HOPE. The usual monthly meeting of tho above was held in tho Methodist church on Monday night, and though the attendance was not up to former meetings, there was a fair number present. Mr. F. S. Brown occupied the chair and the meeting was opened with singing and prayer. Miss Ashby presided at the organ. Following is the pro gramme rendered :— Duets— :Misses Parbery and Misses A. Rood and F. Thompson; solo— Miss Neil'ig 'Ashby; recitations— Mr. ? Edgar French, Miss Lin nie Kellond, Sip. Fred Brown. 'A dialogue entitled ?'. Miss' Burton's Troubles with Hep Domestics,' concluded the pro gramme. Tho characters wera admirably sustained by the follow* ing : Miss' Linnie Kellond (Miss Burton), Mr. Fred Brown (Mr. Johnstone), Miss Freda Sharpe (Jaiie, the housemaid), Miss Annie Brooks' (the cook), Miss Kitty Huntress (scullery maid), Mr. Fred French (page boy), Mr. Herb Faddy (John the coachman). At the conclusion of the programme the chairman took tho opportunity of say...
THE PASSENGER LIST. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
THE PASSENQER LIST. Arrivals. ' The following' were passengers per steamer Eden yesterday : For Ber magui, Mrs. A. Murray, Misses Flood, Gale and Mcuro.nl ?, for Tathra, Messrs. Dempster, Haw kins, Jacombs, S.' Murray, Kelly, Trigell, Misses Smith, Jacombs, Pearce, Hill ; foi ? Merimbula, Messrs. Chappie, Griffiths, Miss Griffiths; for- .Eden: Messrs Collins, Cameron, Knowsley, Simpson. Passengers pnr steamer Eden on Saturday : From Eden, Misses Downton,O'lIara, Master Down ton ; from Merimbula, Misses Pon der, Ilurdcastlo, Messrs. Dutton, Koerber, , Kcenan,; Steward ; from Tathra, Mcsdames Brown, Wick hani, Mis'ses Moore, Pugh, Brown, McCiuire, Fitzsimmons, Bcare, Rot ton, Messrs. Chegwiddciv, Aikcn, Box, Kilecn, Hanlon,' ? Sharpe, Wells, Brown,- Wickham, Met calfe, Diners, Rigg, Jackson ; from Bermagui, Mrs. McLeod, llinsch McGowen, Thomas Turlinton - and t,vo in the steerage.
The" Made in Australia" Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
The ' Made in Australia ' Movement. At a conference' of the Australian Women's Association at liallarat on Tuemlny enthusiastic suj)port was given to the 'made in Australia' movement. Members were asked to urge all branches to impress on members the need for encouraging local industries. A recommendation by the Fitzroy branch that Australian manufactured articles should l-e labelled 'made in Australia' was carried unanimously. The Fitzroy branch also moved that the A.W.A. discourage the system of pur chasing from Chinese gardeners and all Chinese-made goods.— (Telegram to the '?Daily Telegraph.') The Budget has always been a con sistent supporter of an}7 movement having -for its object the advance ment of Australian trade and manufactures, and although it has no great faith in the sentimental 'made in Australia' movement for the permanent assistance of Aus tralian manufactures, yet it is pre pared to give it support when it wants to buy a pair of socks or boots or anything this coun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
Paling's Pianos will stand all climat es. Tiiey're so good and | cheap ; Be | sides every ! onecaFnes ! our well ? known -^ guarantee. I Sand for handsome 3 illustrated Catn !j loiue, and don't for S b''*4 t3*e Price List, ?: Post Froo. ?j 033 George St., [?': Sydney. ?'? -.1 Lssssi'-'iTvr.'Sis^asissiSEas^sa To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with sny other Storekeeper. SUGAU.— QniiKNsi.Axn, wliito ns snow, 13/3 per 701b. bnc; Coinpnnies I.C. or ' Xo. 1, 701b. bag, 13/fl; I.A. or I.W. Crvatul, 13/9 701b'.' bag; No. 3 or Light Drown, VJ/C, 701b. b.-ij.'. ' FLOT5 II. — Lilv o? tub V.m.i.kv, n splemlid Baker's Flour, in 501b. bags, 8/G per lOOlbs; I'.hunton's oi- Oim-ksi'Ik's. in 501b. bnjja, 8/i) lOOlba, in 2001b snoks, S/(i per 10011)3. . . . TEA.— Our GuMen Tip Coy-lon, lit 1/- pur lb., is without n doubt tlie best value ever uffuruil, ' oni-u trit-il nhvaya uscil,' in 3 x 0 x 10 and ^01b. Una, or larger quuutitea. llicli Cirown Ceylon, a beaiitiful Golde...
LOCAL AND GENERAL, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
LOCAL -AKD GENERAL, ? \ - The Methodist Church commit tee netted ';about £2o out of the lunch booth'. atthc Candelo show. A couim.b of Saturday night drunks were fined 5s'or the rising, at the Police Court on' Monday morning. » '?' * :?.-. «- The Cnndrio show pavilion is said to be totally inadequate. to re liiircmcnts and the* question of greeting a new and more com modious building lias baen raised. » * S- A movement has been com menced in Moruya for the erection of a weather 'shed on the reserve for the protection of tramps and others who are forced to ramp out. * s- «- One of tho most interesting dis plays at the Bega show, was an exliibit of Ward's famous stoves under the control of- the local agent Mr.'-W. M'.-'Boavdriian. « -¥ « Last week the Bwioet omitted to mention that Miss S. llorgonhan won Jas. Stedfnan ' and 'Go's, special' fo'r greatest number of prizes secured in the fancy work section. ? s? * w Mtt. J. L. Ross has been ap pointed bailiff of the Moruya District Court...
Show Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
Show Fixtures. Following is a list of the dales of the various district shows, 190G — Bombala — March 13 and 14. Cobargo- March 21 and 22. Delegate— March 20 and 21. A milkman in a country town not far from New York was brought before the local court to answer a charge of adulteration of milk. 'You are charged,' said the judge, ' with a most ? serious offence, of selling adulterated milk. Have you anything to say in answer to the charge?' 'Well, your worship,' replied the milkman, ' the night before it was raining very hard, and the only cause I can give is the cow must have got wet through.'
Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 March 1906
Live .Stock and Other Sales. Williairi'Rixon notifies : On Wednesday (to-day) at 11 o'clock at the 'Bcga sale-yards, ?10 good store pigs. On Saturday, 2-lth inarch, by order of Mr E Francis, at his residence, Wolumla, household furniture, buggy hori.es, cattle &c. Owing to Mr McNaught's 'sale occurring on Mr Itixon's regular Candelo sale day the auctioneer notifies that he will offer any stock brought to Ellerslio by other ow aers. On Monday, 19th March, at 12 o'clock sharp, on the farm Ellers slio, Canrlelo, by order of Mr Jus. AlCiNaugiK, 41 springers ^mostly newly calved) and young cows, 0 springers, 1 shorthorn bull, GO head young cattle, 75 gal, separator, dairy plant. 00 gal. iron tank, 100 l»al. iron pot, bullock dray, tip dray, heavy waggonette, light waggonette, the blood stallion' Young Prior, fijjy 3yrs by Young Prior broken to saddle, 3 draught horses, 10 choice springing heifers. Luncheon provided.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906
LATEST TELEGRAMS. ? Sydney, Friday. LATEST. MARKETS. Oaten hay ^3 Ssrto £Z 16s, po tatoes to £7 13s, turkey hens 4s to 5s, gobblers 10s to 16s, butter choice 10j4d, prime 9s to 9j£d. cheese 5d to 6^d, eggs 13d to 15d, hens 2s to 2s 6d, young roosters 3s to 3s 6d, maize, new 4s 3d, old 4s 6d. SUCCESS OF A BEGA BOY. A University marticulation pass has been awarded E. V. Hawkins, of the Bega Grammar School. GUILTY. Tho boy Quinlan has been found guilty of the murder of Mrs. Mercy Gregory. The .jury re commended the prisoner to mercy on account of his youth. When sentenced to death Quinlan did not display the slightest emotion. THREE AND FOUR HUNDRED PER CENT PROFIT. ? A witness before the Tariff Com misson yesterday said that some American buggies were imported at £80 per dozen, and sola at three to four hundred per cent, profit. PLAGUE. Another case of plague was dis covered yesterday, the victim being Miss Amelia Jones, aged 19 years, anofemployed at an establishment in Kent Street, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906
TfOll SALE IN ONE LOT SIX Superior Bred young Brown Leghorn Cocks. Apply. ? 'BUDGET' OFFICE, ?pi o i s a E iT CHOICE BUILDING SITES in Can ning Streot-^-centre of the town. Fron tages to suit buyers. . Assistence to, build if required. Apply HUME'S Commercial Hotel. NOTICE. IN consequence of the tracks having recently been tensed, I am oom pelled to ABANDON the TORCHLIGHT IAXDICAP advertised for WEDNES DAY NIGHT NEXT, at COBARGO, All nomination moneys will be re turned on application to W. T. HENRY. ?jyr u i I c I £7 Mr. P. W. Tldd, (A. Mus. L.O.M.) IS starting a CLASS for TEACHING the VIOLIN and OTHER STRING INSTRUMENTS, with a view of form ing an orchestra later on. Anyone wishing to join may do so on application, tho terms being vory rea sonable, Addhess: Carp-st., Bcga. RoyaB Hotel, ?BBO-A. (Now under entirely new management.) ET. CAVANAGH, having purchased ? the above hotel, hopes to merit a fair si are of support. TIJE BEST brands of ALES,- WINES and SPIRITS IN STOCK. Excellen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906
Clifford Loue&C£Wi%^J SHIP BRAND /j^7j Gom FlouiA/ Is the only ' / |^Jr / 1 Treble-EefinedCOENFLOTJE /j^^ / I I mad9- /^/ ^ I Two Packets of iS/SBm NutritiouB-and| 1 XUbnknEkBm* eminently suited ? I SHIP BRAND ^P^BJ/ for Weak Stomachs. I I will go as far ^5/&b ^VvclVAc* xgl I as three . . / ^N^ fl I packets of / ^ / ^ Refined! ^ry A/CORN FLOUR \ ^h / Cj* /is ranked by Medical authorities and! I /I / ^-A^ / Food Experts as the Highest-class I / / 2/*^ / ° 0EN FLOTJB in the World. It is free 1 / j^h /from Oil* Potatoe Starch, ami orory fcna of I / a^^ / Adulteration. 1 K^/CUFFORD LOVE & COMPY, I [*-/ 77 Clarence Street, SYDNEY. J wam^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^ ill UUE KNOW lhal no ono remains a Weakling because he want lo. We are sure you want to ** overcome any sjmptom ol early decay that has shown Itself on you, and we know that It you have a reasonable foundation to build upon wo can make you a Strong, Healthy, and Vigorous Being, We want to send you th...
THE QUEEN of the HUNT. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906
THE QUEEN of the HUNT. — w ? A SEMAL STUUY. CHAPTER I. 'A mnitherly wind and a cloudy sky . Proclaim a hauling morning.' sang Cecil Temple, a young Cap tain in Her Majesty's Foot Guards, as he rode out of the gates of Lin field Hall up to a group of ladies who were standing about waiting. to see the hounds 'throw off,'^ the elder ladies dispensing the hospi talities of a table which was set out on a strip of gruss at the road-side, and on which were to be found such dainties as champagne, cake and1 biscuits. Sir John and Lady Harrington of the Hall were there, with various friends, some in pony-carriages, some on foot, ,vhile two or throe 'last' young ladies and about a dozen men — mounted — made up tho party, i'hey were evidently about to start and waiting only for someone. The dogs were eager to bo off, and the horses, pawing the ground and tossing their heads, were wild with impatience for a run across coun try. Captain Temple was evidently a favorite; and his handsome person, we...