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ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

ALLEGED ; WIT AND HUMOUR, Every schdolgirl knows that a kiss is a conjunction. . »'.'.. ,;:-. * ? « Many a miin'who thinks lm was born to eoliimand marries a woman who was born to countermand. .'???»?' * * . 'My dear girl, how could you think for one moment he was in a position to propose to you?' 'He was on his knees, papa.' ??*'?* * When Mark Twain's Obituary was published in an American news paper, ho wrote to tho editor, com plaining that the report of his death was greatly exaggerated. * * « Softleigh: 'I say, doctah, do you — ttw— believe that liquor really affects a man's brain?' Physician: 'Yes! if ho as any; otherwise it af fects his legs! « , « * 'What,' exclaimed the female suffrage advocate, 'has become of our manly men?' 'Some of thtm,' 'replied the trieek and lowly citizen, 'have: married womanly women, and are now bringing up families of childish children.' . ' * ?:. ; -* * Mashleigh: 'Let's take a walk in the woods to-morrow. The fo liage is perfectly lovely this fal...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MILKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

THE MILKING MACHINE Mr. H. E. Fowcll, chief engineer of tho Tasmanittn Produce and Cool Storage Co. at Launceston has been visfting Victoria specially to nnonirn inf.n the working of the milking machine. At Canipcr down ho was shown over several dairies, where from 100 to 200 cows arc' milked daily. Mr. W.Podgers, of Spring Farm, in that district, milks 200 cows at present, while in the spring he stripped 250. Six of the Lawrcnco - Kennedy - Gillie machines treated 198 cows in two and. a quarter hours, without in juring the animals, drawing blood, or. giving rise to sore teats. The machines had been installed for two years, and on only one occa sion with'ono machine had ho lost a milking. Three girls and two men managed -the herd, whereas previously nine hands were required and took longer to do the work. Mr. Podgors would, not on any account revert to the old method. Mr. Crowe, the Victorian dairy ex pert, lately visited six large dairies, where the machines were installed, and sta...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Never Touched Him." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

'Never Touched Him.' TimouQiiouT tho United States on Saturday, February 5, tho procla mation ran that Gladstone Dowie had lost his title as the 'unkissed son,' a proud distinction, which has won him more fame in Ame rica than tho evangelistic efforts of Dowic senior. The younger Dowie frequently made the boast that he had never been kissed when he visited Australia last. It was stated in New York, according to tho London 'Daily Telegraph,' that Miss Bessie Sexton, a pretty actress, who was amongst the pas sengers aboard the Royal mail steamship La Plata from the West Indies, which arrived in the Ame rican city the day before, had been the means of deposing Mr. Glad stone Dowie from his dignity. Next day, however, Miss Sexton came forward and candidly ac knowledged that, although she in tended kissing young Dowie, she failed ignominiously. She ex plained that several passengers 'dared her,' and she resolved to try. The psychological moment arrived, she thought, when the vessel came ...

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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 — 17 March 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHB/U^ING. THE ZE-AJE^IILfX' D-A-'X'S- By CHARLES WHITE. Chapter VII.— Continued. - '' On reaching Brewer's shanty three horsemen with two led horses were observed. Two of the horse men bolted ; the third, Davis, stood his ground and received four shots from Detective Lyons, all of which took effect — one in his thigh, one in his wrist, and one in his head. Davis fell, and was immo -; ? tumuiy jjuuuuuu uywn *jj *»»« — - V; ? tective, Lyons ; the prisoners as .'-? ?'' sisted iii securing him, and he was ,'???? brought to Brewer's shanty. Davis was one of the latest recruits in Gardiner's gang, and had been present at -the sticking up of Crowther's and Croaker's stations a few days previously. At the former place Gardiner, with seven accomplices, stuck up Mr. Pring's servants. One of the bushrangers ninvnrl tlin ninno while the rest danced and drank brandy and water at Mr. Pring's expense. At Mr. Croaker's : station one of the bushrangers played a concertina, and sang 'Ev...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Do Riches Mean Happiness? [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

Do Riches Mean Happiness? The late American millionaire, Mr Ycrkes, ' who 'electrified under ground London,' is said ? by 'M.A.P.' to have told the follow ing anecdote in reply to tho ques tion: 'Do richus mean happiness?' — There were two men in Phila delphia, Governor Schultz — he was called Governor,' said Mr. Yerkes with a ghost of a smile, 'because he once wanted to be a candidate for tho nomination to the Gover norship— and another man called Alec Benson. Now, Governor Schultz was just one of those happy-go-lucky fellows whom everybody loved, but Who never had a dollar to his name, while Benson was one of thoso near men thnfc just thought of nothing but accumulating money. He thought of nothing but money, money, nioney all tho time. Well, Schultz got a little queer before he died, and one night an old friend of his went to visit him. He lived in a small, unostentations house, but he turned to his friend and said: 'Do you see that wall paper?' . It was a very common and cheap p...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

ODDS AND ENDS. At the Divorce Court on Thursday tho suit, Rumsby v. Itumsby, came to an abrupt conclusion' it- Tjeing notified that the ? petitioner Mr. Rumsby had suicided. Mr. Agar Wynne announces that lie will contest the Balaclava seat in the house of Representatives upon Sir George Turner's retire ment at the next Federal elec tion. Erin runs Denmark closely as a country of small farms. Out of a total of 600,000 holdings only 165,000 exceed 50 acres, the big remainder of 435,000 being under that size. There are in Ireland no fewer than 75,000 'farms' under one acre in extent, and only 1500 exceed 500 acros. The size of farm most commonly met with in the country is that ranging from five to 30 acres, holdings of this area numbering in all 288.000. The figures suggest, among other things, why co-oporation is so essential to the' development of agriculture in the Green Isle.. . A jet-black retriever dog, which collects for the orphanage fund of the London and South-Westorn Railway...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

Bairusdale (Vic.) was overrun with frogs on Saturday. They swarmed on the roads and footpaths, and madu ihuir way into shops and houses in myriads, defying all efforts to dislodge them. Many people tried sweeping them out, out me nouses^ wor,e;,-.uo-. sooner cleared tliiin afresh invasion took place. The frogs showed them selves expert climbers on window .curtains. auds«-jbgd: jBTuigings. jglt' was impossible JE jxaifc-ralong^tiie Wotpaths iii'somo pi aoes. without stepping on frogs, thousands of which were killed by the traffic. This it* the second invasion of tho kind that has occurred Micro within a fortnight.

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Princess Ena's Conversion. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

Princess Ena's Common. Senor Morct, the Spanish Pre- .'.:.'-g mier, and the Duke of Alba (Duke . ;; of Berwick) witnessed tho cere- ;v| monies marking thu conversion of 'y Princess Ena of Bat tonberg to the '* Roman Catholic faith at San .i Sebastian, and her subsequent bap- fj tism. When the deeds of abjura- 5, tion had been signed a salute was ::; fired. The Pope sent his congratu- ' lations and his blessings and a ? plenary indulgence to Princess Ena. v: The Queen Dowager Christina Maria of Spain and King Alfonso XIII. were present. Princess. : Henry of Battenberg, the mother of Princess Ena, was absent. In being received into the Church the Princess made the following solemn profession of faith: — I, Victoria Eugenie, kneeling be iore you, my Lord .Bishop, having before me the Holy Gospels which I touch with my hands, and know ing that no one can be saved with out that faith which the Holy ? Catholic Apostolic Roman Church holds, believes, and teaches, against which I grieve I h...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

Some weeks ago thcPremicr (Vic.) received from the Agent-General a communication stating that Mr. A D. Newlands, of 4 York-street, Glasgow, had notified that he was in a position to place largo orders for colonial marble under- a con tract which extends over several years, if suitable supplies wore available.. Air. Taverner asked to be advised as to what quantity of marble could be exported from the State. Investigations are now being made as to the extent of tho marble deposits at Toongabbio and other parts of Victoria, and some splendid samples have beon ob tained.

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CALENDAR FOR MARCH, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

CALENDAR FOR MARCH, . 7500. & ? ? S 2 % s -% Day of Week S * « . * ?» e 3 5 o .1 ? & M s a ? II M II M A.M. I'.M. 1 Tlimwluy C 12 (i 3:t 10 55 i) 50 2 Friday 5 -I.'! (! -^1 11 50 10 27 3 Sutimlnv g -1-1 li ?;() p.m. II 0 ' '1 SUNDAY fi.-Ui (i '-A) 1 4M 11 60 5 Monilny 5 .111 (i --8 2 28 a.m. 0 Tuesday 0 -17 0 '7 3 10 12 3S 7 Wednesday 5 -17 0 Ho -1 !) 1 21) 8 Thursday . 6 48 (i 'I 4 50 2 28 U Friday fl .11) (i '» D 118 3 28 30 Saturday 5 50 li ~,\ U 10 4 82 11 SUN' DAY 5 50 0 HO 7 I 5 S7 12 Monday li 51 0 Til 7 -11 0 41 13 Tuiwlay 5 52 IS 8 8 22 7 52 14 Wudm.sday 5 51! 0 '7 () 2 !- 0 IB Tlmmdav ' 5 I-4 -- 'li il 47 10 li ]« Friday ' ii 5.'i ti I 10 :W 11 12 17 .Suturdav 5 50 li '2 LI 27 p.m. 18 SUNDAY 5 57 li M A.M. 1 10 11) Monday 5 57 (i 0 12 22 2 12 20 Tuuadny 5 58 li 8 1 18 3 I 21 WcdnuHdny .') 51) If. 7 2 17 3 41) 22 Thursday 5 5!) li 5 3 15 4 28 23 Friday (1 0 (i 4 4 13 5 3 24 Saturday II 1 l- 2 5 !- 5 31) 25 SUNDAY li i:il 1 li 2 0 12 20 Monday (i 2 ill 0 7 0 ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

MISCELLANEOUS | Move women roach tho ago of vfj fifty than men but ^fterwurds tho /3 stronger sex has tho advantago. \% No monasteries or con von ts exist ' -,:% in Norway or Sweden, as they arc ,'; forbidden bylaw. ????-; Scarcely a. year passes without j| one or more nttoinpta at revolutions i taking place in every ono of tho i South American republics. .;.;' Paris has an artist who decorates .'3 'art' stockings, and hia charges .^ aro from ^24 a pair to almost any -| amount, according to design. V? The gold received at the Sydney . | branch of the Royal Mint during VJ January and February was valued ??'?'';?} at .£770,759, against ',£683,555 in ?' the samo period last year. ,? It is just about two years since the i outbreak of the insurrection in Ger- ;:? man South-West Africa. The cam- 'ii paign has cost Germany 2000 men '.''% and ^15,000,000 in money. _iJ$. The ink plant, a product of Now ; ?Granada, furnishes a juice which ; can be used as ink without any jj preparation. At fi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Live Stock and Other Sales William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

Live Stock and Other Sales, William Rixon notifies : On Monday, 19th March, at 12 o'clock sharp, on tho farm Ellersr slie, Candelo, by order of Mr Jas. McNaught, 44 springers (mostly newly calved) and young cows, 6 springers, 1 shorthorn bull, 60 head young cattle, 75 gal, separator, dairy plant, 60 gal. iron tank, 100 gal. iron pot, bullock dray, tip dray, heavy waggonette, light waggonette, the blood stallion Young Prior, filly 3yrs by Young Prior broken to saddle, 3 draught horses, 10 choice springing heifers. Luncheon provided. ' On Saturday, 24th March, by order of Mr E Francis, at his residence, Wolumla, household furniture, buggy horses, cattle &c. Wm. Rixon reports : Wm. Rixon reports a highly suc cessful sale of Mr. Wm. Tarlinton's household furniture and effects at the residence, Quaama, on Monday last, a largo number of buyers ber ing present. Wm. Rixon reports a largo num bor of Btouk forward at Tuesday's sale. Every yard but one was sold, at following prices: Li...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

YOU :: WILL Sil¥E IHflfiEY —BY SENDING YOUR ORDERS TO I s^ ^ -£ £^ 'ir ir -£*- t* 6l ®C THE CHEAPEST 'W8 7 ^ SYDNEY. BEST GOODS! LOWEST PEIOES ! &SF WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. 'W SEPARATOR. 1^fEBMLADE Skims Cleanest, Simplest Construction, Easiest to Glean, $&~ LIGHTEST TO WORK. SIZES— HAND-POWER, 20 Gallons to 120 Gallons ; .. TURBINES, 77 Gallons to 150 Gallons. « Send for Description of LIXK-BLADE SYSTEM, Price List' and Testimonials. Cream Coolers, Butter Workers, Lind Refrigerators, Milk Cans, Pumps, Engines, and all Dairy Appliances quoted on application, ,B*T MODERATE PRICES AND EASY TERMS. ~W J. Wildridge and Sinclair, 82 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, -?©- SOLE AGENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. THE BEGA BUDGET -C IRC U LATIN G I liroughout the Llfdeq-jVloqaro Qrlectorate. The Live Newspaper of the South. ?&?!! %9BL #1 i B If B^ \_^a^- To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper. SUGAR. — QuEKsst.Axn, white as snow; 13/3 per 70...

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A BEGRITE'S SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

A BEGfliTE'S SUCCESS. Mb. Fred. Hibburd, manager of the Upper Walhimbi Co-operative Dairy Co.'s factory was commended by the shareholders of the' Co. at the annual meeting held at tho latter end ot last montu. jm.i. Hibburd, who is a son-in-law of Mr. P. McGuinness, has. proved himself an export buttermaker. ? Ho was for some years buttermaker ai- inC V/UUUl^U 11HJW1 J , HHW «vw'~ quently manager of the South Wo lumla factory, and has taken prizes at several shows. Mr. H. McKin'non, in moving a vote of thanks to the manager, at the meeting of the Wallambi share holders last month, said that the ability of tho directors in a con corn like theirs would bo utterly futile with an incapable manager. Unless a manager knows his work the complaints are endless, and the directors have their lives wor ried out. The directors of Wal lambi wore fortunate in their choice of a manager. Mr. Hibburd was' a competent man, and had made the factory a success. .. The chair man; in putting the motion, e...

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THE PASSENGER LIST. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

THE PASSENQER LIST. Arrivals. The following wore passengers by the steamer Allowrie on Thursday: For Tathra, Rev. Fleming, Mr. Blackwell, Misses Saunders, Lewis, Davey, Derkin, Mesdames CamD bell, Crawford; for Edon,- Messrs. Whito, Mensor, F.' J. Anderson, Rugg, Mrs. Newton. The vessel sailed at 11.45 a.m. ? ' ' DEPAnTUItES. The following were passengers per steamer Edon on Wednesday last: From Eden, Mrs. Elliott, Messrs. Elliott, Leiff (2) , Davidson; from Merimbula, Missc3 Griffiths, Blnir, Mr. Griffiths; from Tathra Mesdames Gray, Underbill, Bry don, Ri'xon, Lonmes, Misses Ma loncy, Russell, Childs, Bingemann, Mort, Brydon, Messrs. Cutlew, As kew, Grant, Connolly, Loomes, Undorhill, Barlow, Faddy,' Ward; from Bermagui, Rev. Thomas, Mr. Johnson. .' Mr. C. -J. Petorkin, champion swordsman of N.S.W., intends leav ing for England. on a holiday-trip at tho end of tho prosont month. Mr. Poterkin is as expert with foil aud bayonet as ho is with tho pword,

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KITTY'S BLUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

KITTY'S BLUNDER. He had said good-bye. The tears had fallen like rain, the kisses like thunder and lightning. Her hair looked as if she had been through a nrizR ficht-,. Viirl ho had soueezec the engagement ring through three fingers. But she loved him all the same. As he was borne off in tho railway carriage he took out a little package, on which was written, in a trembling hand, 'For Alfred. Don't open it till you are in the train.' Ho broke tho seal and kissed the: fracture. Tho noto road : — 'My Own, Own Dearest. — When you are reading this you will be far away from me. I shall bo weeping in my chamber, with your ring tightly pressed to my lips; tor, darling, I will sleep with it there. Oh, my beloved, how hard it is to part— how hard! But it is for the best and I must bear it. Think of mo, my own darling, and when you uso this, which I have made with my own hands for him I love so dearly, it will bo part of me you touch and hold. It. is a little thing, but, oh! so full of my he...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

SPORTING. i Tartan is top weight (9.13) for .. this Sydney Cup. §? For the Doncastor 11G horses |. have been weighted and the list for r| the Sydney Cup is 77. % Roberts beat AVeiss. the Australian M& billiard champion, by 1114 in |p 9000. Weiss received 2000 start. W Candolo races to-day. All the 2£ the horses nominated have ac p ceptcd. X Receipts during' the New Zealand f footballers' tour in Great Britain were about ',£9500 over expenses. The St. John's Institute and the Numbugga cricket teams play this, afternoon on the showground at 2 o'clock. , Gladsome, who has been allotted top weight (10.2) for the Doncaster, will leave Melbourne for Sydney in about a fortnight in charge of J. Lynch. The monthly match of the Bega Rifle Club was commenced on Wednesday, and will conclude to-day. Ross Sharp, with 55 off tlio shoulder (10 handicap) is leading. Signature was weighted at list 9Hjs in the St. Patrick's Day Han dicap and 11.10 in the Farewell Handicap run yesterday at Albi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

ADVERTISING. SINGLE COLUMN— First Inch 3s, every succeeding Inclrla. fld. DOU1H.E COLUMN— First Incli, 5s, uvory succeeding Inch 2s. (kl. g&~ SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. ? :o: ? Addeess: CHURCH -ST., . B E Q A. THE NEWSPAPER ? —OF — THE SOUTH. LIVE LEADING ARTICLES, TOPICAL PARAGRAPHS, INTER-DISTRICT NEWS.. Attractively Written and Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

'If ? ' ? !'?? ^W EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED. Tea! Tea! Tea I —the :F.A_:M:o'crs— i YORK CASTLE BRANP EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample Packets Free. F. R. eLHRK, Sole Hgent. ?gega grammar school. headmaster:: H. C BLAXLAND. B.A. BW PUPILS prepared, privately or ' otherwise, for till University Exami nntions, Bankors' Institute, and Federal Service Examinations. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. nHURCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, —BEG A — gST Under the auspices of Church of £ng. Dca. Inst.^Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, under the cave of the Deaconcss-in-chargc. Terms and information on applica ion to DEACONESS. 'Solly's' Saloon, G&~ CHURCH STREET, BEGA, (Next Council Chambers,) The Hairdresser & Tobacconist, THIS SHOP is STOCKED with ALL the Choice and Poimlur BRANDS of TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, and other Requisites for the Smoker. ffWA COMPETENT HAIRDRESSER from SYDNEY in CHARGE. RAZORS GROUND and SET. flJOT A CLOSE SHAVE at SOLLY'...

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