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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

imr-District Summary The total receipts of tho bazaar in aid of the Holy Cross Convent, Cooma, amounted to £213. A jockey while engaged in a race at MAunt Macdonald was thrown again-ta tree and killed. Two fat boasts wore condemned at the Wolumla slaughter yard recently. Mr. J. A. Brown of Toothdale public school, Candelo, has been granted three months leave of ab sence. A nugget of gold .weighing 335^ozs. was unearthed at the Star of Loddon mine, Tarnagulla (Vic). on Tuesday. Jersey cows recently shipped from Candelo district to the Rich mond River by Mr. Joseph Wilson brought as high as £27 per head at auction. The output of the Byron Bay factory was not so heavy for Feb ruary as for the previous month, only 300 tons of butter being manufactured ! Mr. Brady of Stuart Town re cently lost 150 sheep through their eating the decomposed carcases of poisoned rabbits. At Burrowa valuable cattle have been lost in the same way. Gold dredging operations are shortly to be commenced at Mogo b...

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

Bega ? District Hospital. The ??-??usual: monthly committco meeting was held on Wednesday afternoon when tho following mem bers : were present : Messrs. J. J. Ritchie ..(Vice-president in tho chair), T. Atkinson, C. T. Stiles, II., Underbill, ,1ns. Cochrane, IT. Jardirie, J.'M. Lpo, Jas. Rixon,-J. T. Rogers, A. Beck, II. D. Voss, A. Nickle, and A. F. Ritchie. Tho lion, treasurer reported that the receipts since last meeting had been ^20 5s Gd, and the expen diture .£110 Os Sd, leaving a balance of ^203 on 9d to the credit of current account. The House' .Committee reported having visited the hospital on various occasions during the month and found everything in a satisfactory condition. The report stated. that the thanks of the committee . were ??due to the late Matron for the donation to the institution of a side board, fern house and a collec tion of pot plants. The lettering on the notice boards required re newing. The followinc were thanked for their donations : Mrs. Sproats and ...

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

OFFICE HOURS. Post Office* opens from 0 n.m. to 6 p.'m* On Sunday from 9'a.ni. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery, Sunday exeepted, by letter carrier Avithin the municipal area j carrier leaves office at 9 a.m. Telegraph office open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday excepted. Money Order and Savings Bank Office open from.9 a.m. .to 5 p. in. daily [Sunday excepted], and deposits arc also received from 0 p.m. to 8 p.m on Saturday. Private boxes, fee £ -.per annuln, pay able in advance, may bo obtained on application at office, enabling boxholdcrs to get their mail anv day, Sunday in cluded, from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. Letter pillars at Xewtown and North Bega cleared at 0 p.m. Weather reports and arrivals of steamers posted regularly on board out side of ollii'e. JAS. W. M'CUTCHEON, ? Postmaster.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Temperance Movement at Wolumla. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

The Temperance Movement at Wolumla. At Wolumla the recent temperance mission conducted b}r Mr. Albert Bruhtnell has apparently borne fruit. On Wednesday night a strong contingent of Good Tem plars visited the town lor the pur pose of inaugurating, a branch of tho I.O.G.T. In. all there were twenty-six members of tho Candelo Lodge arid about ' a dozen from Bega present. Bro. A. J. G. God frey, C.T. Candelo Lodge, presided at the initiatory meeting, assisted by a staff of officers chosen from the two visiting lodges. Fifteen hew, members were initiated, and the following ofiicers elected: Chief Templar, Bro. J. MoflH; V.T., Sis. 'Allan; -secretary, Bro. A. Walters; assistant soeretary, Bro. Hill; trea surer, Sis. Turner; financial secre tary, Bro. White; lodge deputy, Bro. J/C. McDonald; Past Chief Templar, Sis. G. Mollit; uhaphiin, Bro. J. Jaggors; marshal; Bro. G. Moffit; deputy marshal, Bro. C. Allan; guard,: Bro. Bates;, sentinel, Sis. Bates. After election the oili cers woie inst...

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

MAILS OLOSK for Sydney overland, via Cooina, daily, Saturday excepted, at 10.!i0 p.m. Sydney, per steamer, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m., unless steamers de layed. Goulburn, Cooina, Nimityliclle, Mu naro district nnd 'Victoria, daily, Sun day excepted, at V.30 p.m. Moruva, Milton, Uateman's liny, Xel ligen, Cobnrjio, Quaainn, Tilba' Tillia and Brogo. daily, Saturday excepted , at 10.30 p.m: Tatlmi nnd Tathrn Road, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, lo.yo p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Wyndhain, vin Pnmbula, Tuesday, Thursday and Sundav, 10.UO, p.m. .. ::Edeh, PambulttjjWillumlaaiid Merlm bula,. daily, j : Saturday, lexcepted, 10.IJ0 p.m. Merimbula, via Jellat, Thursday, 10. 30 p.m. .'?['. Candelo, Kamerukn, Kanoona, daily, 10.30 p.m. Tania, Wapengo, M^urrai. and Berma Ktii, direct, Monday,' Wednesday and Fridav at 10.30 n'.m. Via Cobargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 10.30 p.m. Angledale, Monday nnd Thursday at 10.30 p.m. Buckjo, Tuesday and Friday at 10.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

From Our Correspondents, CANDELO. TjinitE is not much news to record this week a? everything is very quiet since the show. Splendid rain has fallen and Saturday and Sunday last were very wet days. un suntiay mgni a soiun-easi gaie was blowing, accompanied by driv ing rain, the wind continuing throughout the next day. Since the first of the month 470 points of rain have been recorded. The storm did great damage to the or chards and crops, man}' of the latter being blown level with the ground. The committee of the School of Arts has authorised the sum of £0 to be spent, in the purchase of now books for the' library. It is reported -that our leading store is likely to chango hands shortly. Mr. James Ferguson intends tak ing a trip to Scotland, after leaving business here. He will bo accom panied by his daughter, who will remain ti),bre with relatives. So many changes have been made in the reading of the various stations at the Methodist Confer ence that it is not certain who will succe...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLIRTATION OUT OF FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

FLIRTATION OUT OF FASHION. Recent fashion news, hot from from England, is that flirtation is going out of fashion. If taken literally this might be considered good news by many a swain, who, disregarding the poet's warning to beware of the lady fair, has been scorched by glancing bright eyes with unsympathetic owners and found — at an age just on one side or the other of twenty — that the world is s vale of bitter mockery. But the kind of flirtation said to be disappearing is that whioh is partly synonymous with court ship. At great assemblages of the sexes, it is gloomily reported, one no longer sees young people as: sociating in pairs as far from the lights and the madding crowd as formerly. ' Sitting out ' -on the stairs and exchanging secret masonic grips is the- exception ; the quiet corners of the conservatory where so many life partnerships have been arranged for or started are neglected. -It is certainly bad iowt. A fow yours ago a great novelist sniggeringly remarked on the...

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

Journalists and Journalism, The announcement on Wednesday of last week of the death of Mr. F. AV. Hadden, who was for 31 years the editor of the Melbourne 'Ar- gus,' was doubtless glanced at by thousands of readers, as one of very small importance. The per sonal element, which in politics is of such conspicuous interest and influence is, in regard to the press, one which is utterly ignored by the public. This comes from tho fact that in the two spheres the work is done under such different con ditions. In politics a man's per sonality is a most potent part of his capital and stock-in-trade. He desires to make it as familiar as possible to the public, to make his work always a means of deepening and strengthening and vitalising in tho public mind the impression of his personality. How great a power this familiar relationship between the man and the public invests him with in the doing of his work is strongly illustrated by tho cases of Gladstone, Gambetta and Bismarck. The question o...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

Bega Post-Office Time Table. ,,.... MAIL8AKIUVI-: from Sydney,., overland, via Cnmna mid nombbkiy. daily (oumlity excepted) at 10.10 p.m.^j3 . 5; ? Sydney, by steamer, Tuesday and Fri day, timo.nncertaiii. , ur.-;. '..-'' ? Gaulburn,: Cooinn, Mnnaro district, Victoria and South- Western districts, daily, Sunday. oxcuptiM, at lo.lo p.m. Braidwood, Arnlucii, Moruyn, Hudulln, Milton, Batoman's liny, XuIUkl-ii, Oo ImrgoV Qnaania and Jirogo, daily, Sun day oxecpted, at 7 p.m.' Tntlira and Tiithra Homl, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday ami Snluruny, nt 0 p.m. Candolo, Mogilla, Kunieriika, Kanoo na, daily at 7.JJ0 p.m. Townmba, Timbillira, Iioeky Hall, Cathcart, and Wyndliuin, via Painbula, Tuesday, Thursday and .Saturday nt 7.30 p.m. Eden, PanVbnla, M'olutnla, Greic's Flat, Milligandi and Moriinbuln, daily at 7.30 p.m. Merimbuln, via Jellat Jellat, Friday nt 7 p.m. ? ? Wyndlinm, Rocky Hall, I'ericoe and Burragate, vin Caiideln, .Monday and Wednesday lit ?.3Q;p. ni; 4| i. , ? Tanja, Wnpengo'; il...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

CHURCH SERVICES church OF ENGLAND. ])IVINK SKRVICE will bo liold as unilcr:. St. John's Church, Bcgft— Every Sunilny at -11 n.m. mid 7.S0 p.m. -Holy Communion on fiit biimliiy nt 11 a.m. and lird Sunday at 8 a.m. . March 18-Wnllnjroot. ';?'' CANON MAHTIN, B.A., Hector. KAMERUKA PAKISII; March 18th. Wolumla Ilii.m. (ii.c.) Clniiilclnlln.m, (Children's Service) 3 p.m. TiiiitawBiiKln :i p.m. Kninerukii 7.30 p.m. ? ' Iliunbukn 7.30 p.m. ' . March 23th. ? llcmboka 11 a.m. (n.c.) Kamcruka 11 a.m. Children's Service 3 p.m. TnMawniiKln»p.m. Wolmnlii 7.30 p.m. .. . . CiimluluSp.m. Moonlight Services. F. WILKINSON, ActillR-Rcctdr. CATHOLIC. jyjASS will bo celebrated as under:— Bcga every Sunday at 9 and 11a.m., and Devo tions at 7.20 p.m. J. J. GUNNING. AUSTRALIAN METHODIST CHURCH. gERVlCES will bo conducted as under:— Bcga, every Sunday at 11 and 7.30. Communion Service on the tlrst Sunday after 11 a.m. ser vice. Snbbnth School m'2.30. Christian En deavor, Wednesday at 7.30. Choir Practice F...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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As You Like It. "I must have liberty Withal, as largo a charter as the wind, To blow on whom I please." —" As You Like It." (Act II., sc. 7). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

As You Like It. ?? 1 must have liberty Wlthnl, ns lnrsro n charter us the wind, To blow on whom I nlvico.' — ' As You Lite it.' (Act II., so. 7). Statistics compiled at Johahnes bui'K show that the population is 61,211 greater in the country dis tricts of the Transvaal thiin-ontUo Witwatorsrand. If, as proposed, the equal population basis is used for the elections, the excess will trirp I lif ITntvnllf ^TCnnr^ nnrtv n majority of ten members. The same trouble exists under our Commonwealth Constitution where by Parliamentary representation is centred in undue proportion in tho city, and, as the years &o on, this inequality must be increased. With regard to the Transvaal the effect will be to give a dangerous prepoucioi unco oi Tuprcaeiuiiuon.to the Boer element, a power which would no doubt be used to undo all that tho war has done, and, as a result of lopsided legislation, precipitate another war more bitter thauthat of 1899. The Budget has always held that it would bo impol...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Proposed North Coast Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

The Proposed _North Coast Railway. No intelligent person can sny Hint the railway system has not played nu important part in the develop ment of (he agricultural and manu facturing resources of those coun tries|whieh have' adopted it cither on a large or small scale. Perhaps the greatest example of this de velopmental power of the iron horse is furnished by America, which has its railways running from north to south and from shore to shore, tap ping all that country's arable areas, and connecting the manufac turing centres /with the great commercial and distributing cities of the Republic. And in the wake of every railway exten sion, population and production immediately followed and the line made to'. ?pay almost from the first. And so with Canada. Its railways have tapped the Dominion's im mense '.forest belts, and sett lenient has followed in a marvellous man ner. But in both these cases the inure putting, down of a railway has not been (he .only contributing factor to that devel...

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

THEY SAY: That tho 'Willis furce is about played ?:;'] out und the star actor is complaining of '.'$ want of rust; and ,;^ That its about time tlio Government put on a new sensational piece— nothing '?? leSS tllfln f.hfl nrrnat r\( a dnvarnnr ni- i Premier will satisfy tho public. That just now N.S.W. is too good for -j ?Victoria at cricket and boat pulling ; and .} That the Ma State is scooping in all ': tho plums at the V.R.C. autumn '{, meeting. .-'5 That the ladies who attended Jack ,' McKay's entertainments seemed totake :: a keen interest in the boxing contests — '. they always secured the seats closest to the combatants. That in the Pambula district there ?- are at least two farmers who could send .??' a creditable farm trophy to tho Sydney ? Easter show. agreed to appoint an organiser to do pro- .'I paganda work throughout the country 'I districts; and J That this will give those newspapers --???| who object to the 'Budget's' criticisms !;| of labor legislation a splendid op...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

local ;a?:d general TiiE.oBnDQET acknowledges re ceipt of l.conipliinenlary ticket for tho Cobar'go show concert and ball,' ihc-forjQicr to be held on Wednes day. an'd* the latter on Thursday night.j *-.? lN-By.dney.tho provisions of the new.-Liqu'or Act arc unforced with great severity. The licensee of the Queen's Hotel, Kent and Market Streets was fined £b with costs for serving liquor during pro hibited hours; and the li censee ' of the lloyal Town Hall Hotel had to pay £Z and costs for having permitted drunken ness to take place on his premises. «:-. ?????.'» -» Tub Qucanbeyan seat has been declared vacant and a writ has been issued for the electorate. No mination day has- been, fixed for March 27th, and polling day for 7th April. Alan Major Millard had been representing tho electorate and his conviction on a charge of theft was tlio reason for tho speaker declaring the seat vacant. « ? ? '? » -S A eoMPUMKSTAKY social was tendered ''Miss Fanny Inskipin the Quaama School of Arts,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[BY CABLE] London, Thursday. COMMONS NOT WANTING PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

[By Cable!. . London, Thursday. COMMONS NOT WANTING PROTECTION. ) The House of Commons carried j a motion pledging the House to re- - sist any form of protection by 747 I to 98. VOLCANIC ERUPTION. Savii, and destroyed three vil lages. THE COLLIERY DISASTER. Miners are still alive in the gal leries in the Courriors1 collieries in the north-east of France. SLAVERY AND THE RAND. In the House of Commons Mr. Chamberlain asked the Prime Minister whether he proposed to inquire into the charges of slavery on the Rand. CampbellBanner mah said that the Government had no such intention. Winston Churchill said that when the date of determination of the existing labor ordinance is fixed the British Government would then consider fresh 'proposals with regard to Chinese labor. Ho would decidedly veto them if necessary, and de clared that, this -veto would be exercised no matter how great the majority in the Transvaal support ing ' the proposals. Chamberlain Biviu. there was ii strong feeling in th...

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

SPORTING. The Pambula River Aquatic Club's regatta is to be held to-day. At Adelaide on Monday, night Luxmore- broke the world's record by swimming 220yds in 3min. 19 1-5 sees. The previous time was 3.32. A programme has been issued £ov a. day's sport on the show ground on tho 20th inst. Nomina tions for tho St.' Patrick's Day Handicap, £1 10s, close on the 2-llh instant. A social will l-o held at night. Lady Grace and Botheration have been nominated for the Flying Handicap and Town Plate at the Shbalhaveir Turf Club's autumn meeting on Wednesday night. Wandella is nominated in the Wel ter. A. B. Postle, the remarkable West ^Australian.'- '? runner, '?whom the sporting men of that State have expressed their willingness to back against any man in the world, lias, it is said, won over 70 handicaps, and during the last six months prize money totalling ,£300. There was not a very large attendance at the Goldfiolds run ning grounds on Wednesday night when the gaslight handicap pro moted ...

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Soldiers' Memorial Continental. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

. Soldiers' Memorial Continental, The continental organised by Mrs. Shiels was held in that lady's grounds on Wednesday night, and the proceeds will establish the nucleus of a fund for the erection of a suitable railing around the soldiers memorial in the Park. At the time of the unveilling .in Sep tember last, it was mentioned by Mr. J. M. Lee, hon. secretary for the memorial movement, that the monument could not be regarded as a completed work until it was provided with a railing. And al though some people may regard the present undertaking as a useless and unnecessary expenditure, still the success of the continental proves that there arc more who will not rest satisfied until the erection of the railing is nn estab lished iact. Perhaps there is no other town In the state which has subscribed so generously towards a memorial to its local volunteers, or has erected such a handsome monumental structure whereby the memory of the deeds of the men of the Southern Cross will be per pet...

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

|§§|w The Political Labor League last fweek decided to appoint an organiser to conduct political propa &f*i;? ganda in the country districts. The !j5V?H*- salary was fixed at £G per week, fiB&y ft'id it was resolved to select the i^HM'- organiser next month. ?l-fitt,!.'1 *- «i * ? '?$$?( Thb Bowral and Mittagong Coun ' ''I'^l cils held a conference on Monday ,-':Wf to consider tho advisability of in ?''?'ilr^f stalling n, water supply for both iJ&ffl towns- When the aldermen wero h0f confronted with tho probable cost f$$ it was decided 'that the time was l^?,« not opportune, etc., for a compre jfjMf- hensive water scheme.' Councils, ?k£. like individuals, consider anv time figpl inopportune when it comes to IVS 'shelling out.' Hf * * * H» It is now definitely arranged i§U- that Mr. Bent, the Premier of «g| Victoria, will arrive at Cooma fast to-day. Mr. Swinburne, the Miuis «Sj& ter for Agriculture, and Mr. James timi Cameron','M.L.A., will accompany ...

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Candelo Gaslight Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 17 March 1906

Candelo Gaslight Handicap. Following are the starts for Manns and Young's tenth acety lene gaslight handicap, to be run at Cnmlelo to-night. 7K yds: II. W. Scott, II. Elliott, Wai. liobinson. 7j4 yds: A.*;\Vepplcr. 7# yds: II. Meaker, N. C. Green (a). 8 yds: S. Pctrie, H. Muinbk (a), — Me Elrov. 8'4 yds: J. J. Corbett. 8l/i yds: II. Ballentyne. 8?4 yds: J. T. Scully, F. Tapper, W. II. Green. 9 yds: A. V. Mudio, Rns. Robert son, II. ^McGradc, Jno. Doyle, E. Hammond. »/i Jas - «? J-wvis (n), j. uoijo way (a), W. Taylor, M. Clarke, H. Burton, II. McDonald. 9^j yds: W. A. Zingln, L. Brosnal II. Stewart (a). ' 9*4 yds: G. McLcod, W. Dwyer. 10 yds: G. Britten, T. Wheatley, G. Stains, R. Pheeney, T. Robertson H. .7. Gri/liths. 10)i yds: J. Tapper, Alb. Hor bert, C. Eggins, W. B. Collins. 10}* yds: T. Westwood, B. Cou scmaker, L. Steward, G. Taylor. 10-J4 yds: F. Rootsey, II. Howard A. Taber. 11 yds: Jas. Elliott, P. Ebzery, C. Smith. Walter Collins, R. V. Robinson, O. Collins. 11# yds: J. ...

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

Bega Vigilance Association. The regular monthly meeting of the Bega Vigilance -Association was held on ' AVednesday evening, when tho following members were m-nennf, ; Messrs. 'Jas. Cochrane chair), J. Sirl, 11. J. Burns, E., C, Bingomann, A. Book, W. J. Hans combe, W. M. Boardman, P. Kosen thall, H. 0. T. Cowdroy, and the hon. sec. E. I. Pell. ? CORRESPONDENCE. From the Department of Navi gation' with reference to the erec tion of a shed on the Tivthra wharf, and stating that, a proposal had bcen-made to the Government that in order to defray the cost in con nection therewith the clues as pro vided for under tho Wharfage and Tonnage Act should be 'collected. The writer pointed out that ap proximately 200 tons of cargo were shipped to and from Tathra every week, the whole being carried by the I. and S.C.S.N Co. The De partment desired to know what revenue the Government might ex pect to receive if the dues were col lected. From the Public Works Depart ment (through Mr. W. II. Wood, ...

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