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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

POLITICAL. . ' ? Mr. Iliggins of the Federal House is annoyed bccause'.Gcneral Booth said, ' Australia is hampered by a political labor party.' And Mr. Iliggins asked Deakin if he would sec that ' tho true attitude of the labor party was placed before the London public.' And Deakin slavishly promised to do as asked — ' Yes, Mr. Higgins.' All the same .the Budget thinks the request quite unnecessary, for ' the 'true attitude ' of the Labor Party is well known not onl}r to the'London1 public but to the world at large. No 'party is better known. Intend ing emigrants seem to be particu larly well acquainted with the ' true attitude ' of the Labor Party and. resolutely set their face against Australia. During the discussion on the Shires Bill^in. the N;S.W. State House Mr. Griffith, Labor member, had the .'audacity to propose' that, nomads (tramps) and lodgers should have the same rights as property owners and truants. For cool, cast-iron cheek you can't beat a Labor-, member. -The'- gre...

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

AMY. (From Hie Bulletin.) it was in the days when tha slinmcss of my salary forbntlo trairi farcs that I first saw Amy. Pro bably that' wasn't her name, but Amy has a nice soft sound, and it seemed to suit her, somehow or other. Anyway, I alway's called her that when I communed with myself about her. She used to tramp into work the same as I, and I fell into thu habit of walk ing as near behind her as i could - ? without attracting too much atten tion. She was of medium height, and just verging on woman's estate ; that was denoted by her dress end ing at the tops of her boots. Her face was oval, her eheoks like roses half a-bloom, and her hair fell down her back — a torrent of newly minted gold. And her eyes ! I'll have to give her eyes be.?t ! Once I made up my mi ml* to s[ eak to her, and quickened my steps accordingly ; but when I drew level with her a lump came into my throat and nearly choked me. It was too. much like sacri lege, and I hurried on blindly. After that I was conte...

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

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Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dr. Arthur on State-Aided Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

Dr. Arthur on State-Aided Immigration. Dn. Arthur, M.L.A., gave an ad dress at 4ho Protestant Hall last week on the subject of ' State aided Immigration.' Dr. Arthur said the people they most desired were agriculturalists with some capital. They were not vet in a position as Canada ap parently was, to dispense with capital. The day would probably come when they would be able to entertain the offers of those who had nothing more to bring than a willingness to work. Iu Canada it had been found that an influx of population had stimulated all industries. If they could got settle ment contiguous to the lines of railways, if tliey could get the large estates broken up it would be found that the railways would prove to be one of their best investments. An influx 'of a large number of desirable white immigrants settled on the soil would do much to counteract the so-called socialistic tendencies. He was in entire sym pathy with those who were antago nistic to trade -union dictation. The poss...

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

could only bo obtained by State aided immigration. According to the present birthrate there ? would only be an increase in the popula tion of one million at the end of 20 years. The endeavor should be to have 20 millions of white people on the soil at the end of 20 years pre pared to resist aggression. Unless greater inducements were offered immigrants would continue to avoid Australia.. They should- induce certain of the continental races to come to Australia to work on 50 acres as an object lesson to Austra lians showing how a living on that area might be obtained where their own settlers were unable to make a living on 1000 acres. Ho hoped the Federal- Government would spend large sums in securing such a desirable class, while the States should provide tho land, without rent, for a period of five or seven years, to anyone prepared to take it up. And'if it could bo proved that areas which were fit for closer settlement had been obtained in the form of improvement leases in a fraud...

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

CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER, 1905 I 1 I .1 2 ?3 DnyonVeek ' . 'j \. ^ i II M i II M A JI I I'.'l. 1 SUNDAY is :;:! 5 ;,- 7 si: s ™ 2 u U/ ;'- :;-j r- os s 11 ??- m :t Tiiew'ay '- :!0 ii »S !- lilt) .'I ?I Wednesday .'- fflilS fi'.l'j II S2 It I!3 5 Tluiivday 5 J,S,i; (IjlO -I'i A.M. c- hViiisiy r- a; If, 0 11 jo 12 :u 7 Siilinilnv fi -'?')(! 1 r.Ji. 1 2:1 8 SUNDAY 5 2-1 jil 2 I S2 2 it !l MoihIiiv 3 2.1 ill I! 2 2rf 2 53 10 Tiiesiluy 'i2l'(l .' Ji 21 .'27 II Wednesday » aojf. -I -I II -1 J 12 Thursday ' ii 1-i|(! fi fi 10 -I lit 1'. I'riilny ' fi 18jl- 11 0 2 ii l'- 11 Saturday r- Hi 0 Ii 0 ii5 5 117 i.-i SUNDAY 5 I3i(i 7 7 -111 0 10 KS Monday 5 l-t!(i S 8 42 0 \o 17 Tuesday 'i Kl;(i II '.) liii 7 20 1H Wednesday ;'- 12ili il'lO 2!1 8 1 lit Thursday ' ii Hi US 101IL 22 8 M 20 Friday ii ?'.-!« II j.v.ji. I) '.',7 21 Saturday a S (! 12il2 12 10 25 22 SUX1XCY 5 7;-1 i:;| 1 0 11 20 2:1 1 Monday 5 (i(l 14 1 -if. I|-.m. 24 Tue.sday 5 4:11 15 2 :'.f) 1 2.'- 25 Wednesday 5 2(1 Iti I! 1 1 2 i'.O 20...

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

To the Country People of New South Wales. | Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper. SUGAR.— Queensland, white ns snow, 13/3 pur 701b. '-ag; Companies I.C. or I No. ], 701b. bag, 13/0; I.A. or I.W. Crystal, 13/U 701b. bag; Xo. 3 or Light Brown, 12/0 701b. bag. FLOUU.— Lily op toe A\u.i.f.v, n. splendid Bakcv'a Flour, in 501b. lwgs, 8/(3 per lOOlbs; BitUNTON-'s or Gillespie's, in 501b. bags, 8/i) lOOlbs, in 2001b sacks, 8/(5 pur lOOlbs. i TEA. — Our Gulden Tip Ceylon, at 1/- per lb., is without a doubt the tat value ever offered, 'once tvicd always used,' in 8 x G x 10 and 201b. tins,oi larger qunntites. Hi-ili Grown Ceylon, a beautiful Golden Tip, l/;i per lb. Special High Grown Exhibition Golden Tip Ceylon, Is. (id. per lb. JAM. — White Star, libs. lis. per doss.; 21ba. 5s. Od. doz. Dove Brand, made in Victoria,21b tins, os. Gd: per doz. Mione Brand, made bv -W. D. Peacock in Tasmania, lib. 3s. 3d. per dozen ; 21bs. 5s. lOd. KKKOSENE.— Silverlight 150 high test, a splendid ...

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

The Candelo Methodist Church Fair. The second annual Fair in connec tion with the above church was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday and Thursday, 11th and 12th inst. arid was an unquali fied success, the gross takings amounting to £85, and the com mittee expect to net about £lh. The Fair was opened by Mrs. Bris combe, who in a very neat speech eulogised the Ladies' Committee on the grand display — and a grand display it was, showing how ener getic the Methodist ladies and friends of Candelo are. On enter ing the hall, the first stall which presented itself to our eyes was the fancy Btall (Victory) presided over by Misses L. and I. Bower, Day and Thompson. This stall ran the whole length of the build ing, and was tastefully decorated in red, white and blue. Some very fine specimens of fancy work were displayed, and a brisk trade was done each evening. On the op posite side of the building were: confectionery stall (Mikado) Misses M. A. Bower and Bertha Holzhauser; produce and ...

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

LOCAL AND GENERAL, TiiE Bank of Australasia now employs three hands. Although only established two years the Bega Branch has made splendid progress. Mu. John Lkmmosk's concert company appears at Cootamundra on Friday night. He has with ?him- the popular artists Miss Mabel Batchelor and 'Bobby'- Watson. * * V Mn. J. P. Barlow, for some time manager of the Bank of N.S.W., Eden, and latterly engaged in the head office of that institution, has resigned. Reported that he in tends going into business at Eden. * * * ? The work of cutting down the hill known as Bates', on the south side of the Tilba Hotel, has been commenced. The grade will be greatly reduced by a box cutting through the hill and filling on either, side. . . -* * o Because. the Bombala Municipal Council has decided not to continue a dispute with some other local body, Alderman McTernan has announced his intention of resign ing. One time Barney was a firm believer in majority rule— but that wns probably when he was not in a ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES. William Rixon notifies. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. William Rixon notifies. Saturday. 11th November. — At B. H. McCabe's farm, Lochiel, 35 choice dairy cows, 150 young cattle, 6 horses, pigs, and 285 acres of land Bald Hills. William Rixon, in conjunction with Pell and Allen, notifies sale of 30 dairy cows, 91 choice young heifers at Double Creek, on Mon day, 30th October, on account of Mr. W. Murray.

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 — 18 October 1905

As You Like ft ™Y.- , , 'I must have liberty W Illinl, ns lnrpo n nlmrtcr us .tjic.wtml, To blow on whom- 1 plcitne.' —'As You Llfcu it.' (Act II., sc. 7). When Mr.. ,Eihyard. Eiley. was elected employees' . representative in the Arbitration Court in the roonrof Mr.' Wright, he, in .return ing thanks to the delegates, said : Although the .term of office jv»h short, lie wns hopeful of 'having the ^'ood for tune, to give, some splendid,, nwnnls, de livered. in tlie interests of.the.worker. Tho Budget noyer had. any doubt about the utter 'willingness of the Unionist ropr c'seritittive when ho was placed in a jrosition in which he could do his..mates of the Trades Hali ar turn,- even at the expense of the whole community and in defiance of all the canons of equity, justice arid, 'decency. But this paper was never prepared for such a brazen boast as that printed above. t As member, af the.Arbitra tion- Cburty' -Mr. Silj' ^vithin the latter's jurisdiction has the same power as a juilge'in...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 October 1905

'I nm In the plurc win-re I r.m -U-miuu!cd of conscience to tpcnl; the irmli. therefore the truth I siicak, lininiyii it who so lUtetli.'

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

PORK AND BACON. The success that has attended the production of butter by the co operative movement has iiiduced-a similar policy in connection with that nseiul and profitable adjunct to tho dairy, viz., the pig. The ?Byron Bay Company started a f.mlnw nltnnt- twn vp.nrs nffi. ini tiating the movement which has resulted in large profit to the farmers. About twelve months ago the dairy fanners of the South Coast ancl some of the Northern settlers started a factory at Canter bury, and during the recent glut they made tho experiment of ship ping both pork and bacon to Eng land with the view of relieving the market. The annexed extract from the ' D.. T.' will bo read with interest. We feel sure that it would pay some Cjf our local dairy farmers to become members of the com pany:— What constitutes probably the first business-like experiment at tempted in this Stale to test the fcasibilit)' of an cxp'ort trade with London in bacon and pork has been made by the Co-operative Bacon Company, ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

COBARGO. At the hare drive last Saturday, organised by Mr. AVm. Barlow on the Fair view property , (Mr. Thos. Tarlinton's), 375 hares were shot; Bert Smith 26, R. AVolsh, sen., 23, J. Ubrihein 22, being the principal scorers. Twont-five guns with as many drivers were present. Mr. Barlow provided a splendid lunch for the hungry shooters and beaters. -Rain commenced on Monday about dinner time, with thunder, as an introductory overture. It has been raining over since; conse quently everybody's face is short ening and gradually getting broader. Up to 6 o'clock to-night three inches of rain fell. This is oxolusivo of the 61 points wo had last week*. I am indebted to Mr Rodd for this meteorological mem. Mr. Richardson 'who went through here on a -motor car a week or so ago, got weatherbound at Reedy creek. He was on his way home, but owing to the rain the wheels would not grip on Use hills. So he backed the car into an old shed at Reedy, and through the good offices of Mr. R. O'Neill and...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NAROOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

NAR00MA. Constable McGuigan is relieving officer AVeinert at Narooma, while the other is away in Sydney hitting 'em to log. Narooma has benefited greatly by the recent heavy rains, and people are happier in the prospeet of a more prosperous spring. A south-westerly wind has been blowing for the past few days, con sequently the sea is very rough, and 'the S. S. Narooma is weather bound in this port. The sand-dredge ' Eta,' under the directorship of Mr. E. G. Bezet, is doing excellent work' in our ?harbour— widening and deepening the channel — and as the sand is pumped through pipes it will not again obstruct the channel. It is now possible to swing a much larger ship inside the heads, and since the well equipped Illawarra Steam Navigation Coy., have taken over the shipping trade here, our expectations ara great. Mr. Kothwell, representing Allan Taylor and Co., took possession of the local sawmill on Tuesday. The reputation of this firm stands high amongst the devotees, of the timber ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

THEY SAY: 'i'iiiil Xurrubvi is giving £-100 as a priwj for a bund -content next month, mid nine bands have nimaunvrd their inluiitiun u( eo«»i»utjiis — tliu mussed se lections Hlioni:! have n galvanising effect. Tlmt at Cnrvonr hist week an old innn of !)0 stepped .out of his back door on to a tiger snake — crushed the serpent's head with a heel borne down heavily with nil the weight of his yenrs. That 1000 Panama lints were seized recently by tho Customs officers— that's nothing, at Hodd llie Mercer's the pub lie tire seizing hundreds daily. That-down Xorrigundah way several eoiTcspondcnts are engaged in a news paper fight re the School of Arts, and are as sore with each other as an in growing toe-nail. That the late frosts this season have mused a big loss to southern fruit growers — one orchard's loss runs into hundreds sterling. That one of Bega's most successful jockeys is said to be a ' good thing ' for Cundelo Oddfellows' handicap. That A. Sharp, being a sportsman himself, sh...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

SPORTING. The six races at Caulh'cld on Saturday were all won by jockeys hailing from X. S. W. Torah was not much fancied by his tJdvtv for the Caulfield Stakes and 10 to 1 went begging against him on Saturday. The road race from Bathurst- to Orange on Saturday was won by R. Hird (25 min), in 4 hours 5 inin. 55 sees. Tho prize was £20. This afternoon cricket teams rep resenting St. John's Institute and the Grammar School will play a match on tho showground. At the V. A.T. C. Spring Meeting on Wednesday Emir won the Eclipse Stakes, and weighed in short, and the race went to Marvel Lech. The other day at Bendigo Agri cultural Show, Eroui's horses Mo ral and Midnight secured first and second prizes m tho Open Jumper's Competion, clearing 7ft. Curfew, who has been Manipoto's travelling companion for several months past, was sold privately on Monday, and goes to India as tho property of Mr. J. Govo. The first string of horse.'', Lady Thespian, Forncliffc and a couple of 2yr. olds, have t...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FEDERAL CAPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

THE FEOE^U CAPITAL ,. ? ;-? -,. .-.. ii, \- k ? .'-in. 1 ; -. ! 1 ; .-:.! ..' ' I'; '' ?? I ..- I;'.; ? ?i.nii -'.?;?!],! '.- r-i'.-'-'lii1'. Jiu v,;i:-. j un:\'d l-y --lr. Giuien. tiie feeret ! iiry to the Federal Attorney j fiencralV IX-pariinent. A eonfer i enee Mfterwards took plaeo between ^lr. Wnde and Mr. Isaacs, tho Federal Attorney-General, with ! respect to the Federal Capital. Tho niouting' ladled from about 10 o'eloek till 1. The' outcome of tin: interciiiuiire of views was that each i Minister is to ivfc-r to his Govern inont- lhe Miinl- di.ieusscd. Mr. li-aai- profiles to be satisfied with what w ;is aci-oinjilished. and thinlK an airoplable arr:uv_'enieiil may lie afiVcted. The position, however, is a soiisc ! what eonipliealvd one. owiiij,' to the '? i-haraeter of tin: law wliii-h the i l-\--leral Parliament ha? ailopied. ? It makes, no dirc-ct daiin to the ! land, but decider that the- capital ! shall be within 17 miles of Dalgety I ..hi territory which '? .should v...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Immigration Continues to be Restricted. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

How Immigration Continues to be Restricted. Tun troubles of Mr. Charles Ander son in starting and developing the manufacture of folt hats at Surrey Hills are not unknown to tlic pub lic. The 'six hatters' incident in December, 1902, was quite enough to attract attention, not only in Sydney, but throughout the Empire. Australia lias been placed under substantial contribution to the hat industry, and the stimulus of a 30 percent, tariff has certainly been adequate to expand this business very rapidly, and after tho incident referred to, Mr. Anderson was per mitted to import a further six ex pert hands from the old country without much difficulty. Last January, however, live more felt hatters arrived in Sydney, and trouble arose. The Union at first refused to admit. them, which prac tically blocked their employment at the works, but as there was evi dently much more work to lie done, than the staff could eopc with, eventually they obtained a footing. However, the position is this. The ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

Mk. Haiivjso.n's lender oil}4d sin inch for iiilverlisinj* for 12 months for tliu Moruysi Municipal Council whs accepted. Tho two Moruyii papers are cutting rates nl rijrlit. Next lime one of Ilium will probably offer a premium for the privilege of having the municipal ailvevtisimr. ?» « Vi The 'Budget' acknowledges with thanks the receipt a compli mentary pass for the Cobargo Ten nis Club social to take place on the 27th inst. Miss Guymer and Miss Rose Tarlinlon are the jofnt hono rary secretaries, a suflicient guaran tee that no detail wfll be wanting in the management in order to make the ball the success it no doubt will be. a » » «- ) O.v Tuesday, Mrs. Hammond received word of the death of her brother, Mr. JJ. Goggin, of Brcdbo. Mr. and Mrs. Hanunond at once started from Cobargo in order to attend the funeral. They reached Uega about 11 o'loek, too late for the mail coach, ami went on by special. Deceased, whose death was due to consumption of the throat, was not so well known ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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