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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
SPORTING. Nominations for the principal events at the Dry River Easter Sports close on tho 31sfinstant. Nominations for Candelo £25 pigeon match close on Saturday jiight at 8 o'clock. T\rn«-1-,it- niwl filnrlrn nnnnnnpd 11 gaslight liandicap lor Wednesday night, April 4th. Nominations close on Wednesday,. March 2S. The. Budget acknowledges re ceipt of an invitation. to be present at the Dry River Athletic Club's Easter Monday sports. Mr. A. G. Mudle, who is a good sporting man purchased the pub lican's booth in connection with the Bemboka races to be held on Saturday. Mr. B. Sharpe is reported to have purchased Atlantean during Candelo races. ' Bob ' started him in the last raco and scored a win, At the Numeralla (Monaro) athletic club sports to bo held on the 24th March, A. V. Mudie has 8yds in the Opening Handicap, scratch man 2yds, limit 16. In the Jvumeralla Handicap Mudie has 10yds, scratch man 3yds, limit 20. The New Zealand-bred horse Gold Medallist, has for the second time w...
Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
Live Stock and Other Sales, William Rivftn noMfips;! On Friday, 23rd March, at Mur ray's Flat, by order of Mr. John Otton, junr: 60 choice cows in full milk, 25 choice springers and dry cows, 3 bulls, 20 poddies, 10 work ing, bullocks and tackling, 25 store pigs, 2 sows and litters, 25 ewes in lamb, 30 cov rugs, 10 head draught, light, harness and saddle horses, 2 pairs ponies (quiet in single or double harness), wag gonette, 4Q shares Bega Creamery Co., 8 shares Coastal Farmers, 20 shares Co-operative Bacon Co. On Saturday, 24th instant, at Pambula, by order of Mr. F. Woods: Choice farm of 82*4 acres freehold, Also 5 milkers, 2 springers, 10 poddies, 2 dry cows, draught horse, separator, hay, dray and harness. On Saturday, 24th March, by order of Mr E Francis, at his residence, Wolumla, household furniture, buggy horses, cattle &o.
BEGA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
BEGA RIFLE CLUB The March handicap was shot off at the range on Saturday, dis tances 300 and 500 yarda. Limit 65. Following are the scores: II h Name. £, ?, =3 ?§ R Sharp 20 29 10 (io EGHawes 30 31 3 Gi G Nugent 24 31 0 64 H McGrath 24 27 13 64 W H Watling 17 25 31 63 J J Murphy 21 20 9 59 C Roota 27 31 — 58 11 B Ranken 28 29 1 58 A L Manning 30 26 1 57 H C Blaxland 29 22 6 57 F Rogers 22 25 9 58 T Hawes 34 25 6 55 W G Livingstone 25 17 12 54 GELaw 27 22 4 53 Eric Stiles 2Q 15 18 53 J KcPhee 26 18 5 49 Whetham Boddara 27 17 5 49 S F Arnheiin, junr. 28 15 6 49 LGCowdroy 16 21 10 47 CrEbsworth 18 13 11. 42 A G Hancock 10 15 10 41 H J Bercsford 10 21 9 40 J Welkr 18 16 6 40 V Sharp 8 20 10 38
THE PASSENGER LIST. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
THE^PASSENOER LIST. .AllUIVALS. The following are Tuesday's passengers per s.s. Allowrio— For ?Bermagui —Misses Hnrbon, O'llnra, jMesbrs Inskip, llarbon. For Tathra— Messrs Wickham, Nichol Collet, (2), Shiels, Hughos, .(2), Law, Cole,. Mrs. E. P. Manning, For Morimbula— Messrs Crown, Napthali, Manning,, AhKin.— For Eden— Mr Moatoaiid ono in tho steerage. The Allowrie sailed at 2.30 p.m. Depaktuues, The following wcro passengers by the Allowrio on Saturday last ?:--From Eden— Messers. Turbott, Bradden; From Merimbulii, Mrs. Kay, Messrs. Kay, Scott, Booth; From. Tathra, ' Mrs. Pheoucy, Misses Thomson, Underbill, Messrs. Bland, Dempster, Hawkins, McPheo Collis, Manninp, Knighton, Wright, McClelland, Hume, Underbill (2), Doust, PoderBeri, Anderson; From Bormagui, Mrs. 'psborne, Mies Milne, Messrs. Ringland, Jaggerr McColl, Master Elliston; and two j.u the Bteerago,
The Pambula River Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
The Pambula River Regatta. Tins fixtureca mo off on Saturday and there 'were from 200 to 300 people present. The Pambula Brass Band 'under the conductorship of Mr. E. Meaies played a number of selections during tho da}'. Follow ing are the results of the different o.yehts: upemng rianaicap in open boats — McMillan 1st, Ashby 2nd. Swimming Race— S Phillips 1st, P Phillips- 2nd.. Champion Swimming Race, all comers, S Phillips 1st, P Phillips 2nd. Whale Boat Race, Pipeclay Crow 1st, Eden Crow 2nd. Miners' Whaleboot Race — Jin- gera, Crow 1st. .Pambula Torchlight Handicap, 75yds— B ; Taylor, 12yds, 1; D Donnelly, '11yds,. 2; W Burgess. 12yds, 3; W^ Johnstono llj^yds,' -'i. ['_ //j ,
Social at Quaama. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
Social at Quaama. On Friday night a complimentary social and presentation was ten dered Miss Fanny Inakip in the: School of Arts. Miss Inskip is to bo married on the 27th instant to ?Mr. George Murray, of Mullum bimby, and her many friends oiv well aud in .order to make her a presentation illustrative of the es teem in which she is held in the district. Miss Inskip is the youn gest daughter of one of Dry River's most respected families, and the name has been associated with al most every public movement for the advancement of the district. And for years the hospitality of 'Fairficlds,' the family home stead, has been unbounded. There fore, it was only to be expected that there would be a big and re presentative attendance at the so cial, over forty couples occupying the floor of the ballroom, while the stage was crowded with spectators. Towards midnight Miss Inskip, Mr. Murray, and several of their immediate friends were invited to take a seat on the platform, and Mr. C. R. Nissen c...
Bega Quarter Sessions. Tuesday, 20TH March. (Before His Honor,Judge Fitz hardinge.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
Bega Quarter Sessions. Tuesday, 20tii Maiicii. (Before His Honor, Judge Fitz liardingc.) .--J Tub Sessions opened at 10 o'clock, the following jurors being excused: Thos. Laidman, who has loft tho ' district; Chas. Knighton, who had booked his passage to England be fore receiving his summons; Ro bert Hall, who is at Lismoro. Edward Bright was fined £2 for ainii_nl4-nn/'1il 1lV*l* (I t* n 111 PSM* William 'Thomas Bcaslcy, on bail, was charged with forgery. Mr. .Rogers, of Eden, appeared for accused and stated that owing to a serious accident which had befallen tho accused he would not be ablo to attend the sessions. Constablo Meeke (Eden) handed in a state ment from Dr.' Howie, medical attendant,, which disclosed tho . fact that accused would bo un able to leave his bod for a fort night, (accused had had a toe am putated). Beasley was ' remanded till next session's to bo held on 11th June. r Bail was allowed self, in ^50 aiid two'sureties of £25 each, which were forthcoming. Arthur A...
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
As You Like It. ??1 must linvc liberty Witlml, ns large « elinrtiT us the wind. To blow on whom I nleii'C.' -' As Von Uke It.' (Act II., sc. 7). Speaking to the toast of his health at tho Bombala Show, lun cheon and hvreferring to a remark that the display was not up to the usual good standard, Mr. W. II. Wood, M.L.A., said : 'He was afraid that if the., people didn't take more interest- in the shows he would have to side with those who were against .the Government sub sidising them.' Of course Mr. Wood never for a single moment had any notion of opposing _ the usual vote for subsidies to agricul tural societies. All the same the remark was altogether silly aud illogical. Mr. Wood patronised the Bega SIioav, and he no doubt saw much to justify 'the retention of the subsidy system, and so with the Moruya, Cobargo, Kiaina and other shows. And yet, because tho Bombala people apparently are too tired to grow big pumpkins or mangold wurzcls and hump them to the pavilion Mr. Wood would be...
A Lost Fine. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
A Lost Fine. In the Budget of the 7th instant there was printed n categorical history of the fining of a juror at the Bega Sessions of 20th June, 1905, the subsequent remission of the fine, and the repeated and ineffectual efforts of the juror to obtain payment of the amount from the ? Sheriff in Sydney. Briefly, the facts are as follow: Victor Hollands Henry was fined £2 for 'disobeying a subpoena which he never received; he duly paid the amount and lodged an affidavit in proper form that he didn't receive the subpoena and asking for a remission of the fine. At the Quarter Sessions held at Bega on 1st November, 1905, the affidavit was handed to Judge Fitzhardinge, and Henry, who was ut the reporters' table, went into the witness box aud on oath swore to' the contents of the afli rln.vit.nnrl thr» .Turlfre remitted' the fine. A week or so afterwards the Chief Sheriff forwarded ft voucher and receipt form for Henry to sign and stating that the sum of £1 19s Bd would be forwarded imme...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
CRICKET. A match was played on the show ground on Saturday afternoon between tho Numbugga and St. John's Institute teams. There was .no sensational scoring, the bowling on both sides betlig rather superior to the batting. Only one innings each was played and the Institute scored the first win, within tho re collection of tho Budget. Follow ing are the scores : — ST. JOHN'S INSTITUTE. Lawson b P. Batcinnn ? - 13 Vos3 b T Itheinborger ? 2 O. llichnrdson lbw b lihcinbcrgcr ? 0 Reynolds b P. Uat'eman ? 9 F. Itogcrs c Hanscombo b Knblo ? 3 E.Boot b J. McGuinness ? 5 Cruickslmnk b J. McGuinnesa. . .... ]0 Buht c liheinborger b E. Buteinnn .'. 0 Stnbbs notout ? 3 F. Bland run out ? 1 A. Eogera c H. Hnnscoinbe b Kablo 2 Sundries' ? 5 57 Bowling': J. ircGuinness 3 for 10, T. Itliemberger 1 for 10, P. Bntcmnn 2 for 12, J. Mhcinborgcr, 0 for 3, E. Bate ninti 2 for 2. .NUMBUGGA. ICnblo b Gruickshnnk ? 3 J3. Bateniaii c Sttibbs b Hicliimlsoii 10 J. McGuinness b, Cruickslmnk ? 0 II. JlcGuinncss b...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 March 1906
LOCAL AND GENERAL, Tub committee of the kianiii Agriculture Society is prompt and business like. At n meeting lust week tho 1907 show was fixed for January 2(5 and .28. « s- «'- Miss Wilson, eldest daughter of Mr. D. Wilson, of Bemboka, was mlmil.iorl .to tin- Hn'!i hosnilal Oil Sunday, and is seriously ill. Tho Budget hopes soon to hear of her recovery. » » » Tun fund fortho Danysz experi ments in rabbit extermination lias' reached £11,080. A meeting of the Pastures Boards Council of Advice will be hold this week, when details and definite proposals irom Dr Danvsz will bo dealt with. * « « ? « On Saturday tho Sisters of the Nazaretto .. Convent treated the resident pupils to a picnic at Tathra, and tho outing was much enjoyed by tlio children. The picnickers wore convoyod to tho seaside in one of Mr. M. Corrigan's coaches. - '- t - — - ? ?? '?:» ' » 3* The lMurwilluinbah people have ?nominated tho necessary number of gentlemen for the Provisional Shire Council. This looks as if Loc...
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
THEY SAY: That at Wallsend races on Wed nesday Bonnie Blink ran unplaced in the Shorts Handicap — she was second favorite. That a Candelo lady who had won her case at the Bega Sessions waved a smiling adieu to the (Irmrt. TFnimn nml ifo lniinfmra when leaving for home — virtue triumphant once more! That tlie Katoomba Council has cancelled its contract with the local gas company, and has de ckled to call tenders for a loan of £7000 to construct municipal gas works. That a bazaar run at Tumut dur ing the show and race nights last week resulted in a prolit of ,£400. That it is proposed to build a It. C. Church al Numbugga. That there should \w a good at tendance at the Bemboku races to day — the last meeting in the dis trict for some time. That Dramatic is second top weight — 11.0 (next to the famous Maniopoto) in the Flying Welter to be run at Rosehill to-day; and That he is asked to carry 10.7 in the Parramatta Mile at the same meeting. That when the pro|x-sed devia tion at Ct. Smith...
Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies : At Candelo on 2nd April: — 50 heifers 6 to 12 months, 10 store cows, 25 mixed cattle. At Nimitybelle on the 7th April: 100 shorthorn store bullocks 5ycars, 100 bullocks 3yearB, 80 steers, 18 months to 2 years, 200 steers one year, 50 store cows, 5G heifers 1 to 3 years, 170 poddies. On Tuesday 27th March at the central yards: — 50 store pigs, 25 head prime bullocks and cows, 8 springers, 100 shorthorn steers 12 to 18 months, 12 store cows, 50 mixed cattle, quiet town cow. Also on account of Mr. Thos. Seccombe, 13 shorthorn steers, 2 years, 12 choice shorthorn heifers 2 years, 4 store cows, 1 fat cows, 1 good roan shorthorn bull 3years. Auctioneers' Reports. W. Rixon reports a largo num ber of cattle forward on Tuesday, comprising all classes. Springers £5 5s to ,£6 2s Gd, springing cows £4 18s to £5 10s, fat cows £4 15s to £5 10s, store cows £1 4s 6d to XI 10s, forward conditioned cows £2 5s to £3 10s, heifers 2-yrs-old £2 5s to ^...
Cobargo Show Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
Cobargo Show 'Ball. Thk crowning event of the show festivities was the ball which took place on Thursday night. Fully 80 coupler! were present and the dancing was quite up to the uigii oLuiiuiuu iur wiuuu uuuiirgu is noted. Good music was stipplied by Miss Graham (piano) Mr. J. Martin (violin) and Mr. .A. Innes (flute). Messrs. T. Kcnnelly and A. Tarlinton acted as M's.C. and never allowed the dancing slacken. The takings at the door amounted, to JE28, and altogether the ball must be regarded as one of tho best ever held in Cobargo. Follow 18 a description of the dresses: — Mrs. B. J. Tarlinton cream voile, Mrs. W. Hammond lnerreillieux, Mrs. G. Reed steel grey silk black trimming, Mrs. Meeke cream voile, Mrs. Thos. Murray white net over white glazed silk. Mrs. J. Hans combe all black, Mrs. Kaiser tussore silk and black skirt, Mrs. J. Hardy all cream, Mrs. J. O'ReilJy cream silk blouse and black skirt, Mrs. A. Whiffen pink silk blouse green viole skirt, Mrs. H. Perry cream silk blou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
TjiOR SALE IX ONE LOT SIX Superior Bred young Brown Leghorn Cocks. Apply. 'BUDGET' OFFICK. fHf*' HlfeE OR NO EISE —. qpn —. FAMOUS LOW PRICES — Fon — BOOTS tlH SHOES ABE ALWAYS. THE LOWEST I HVBKYBODY KNOWS THIS tfENCN THE LAKGE BOOT BUSINESS WE ? 1)0, To-day we have some Ladies' Tan Lace Chrome Calf Shoes at 4s lid pair. CLARK and BROWN. El O K SAL E. CHOICE BUILDING' SITES in Cnn niiiK Street— centre of tl.e town. Fron tages to suit -buyers. :' Atnistenuu to build if required. Apply. ? HUME'S ? - Commercial Hotel. J^T/v U S ? 1_ C A L. Mr. F. W. Tidd, (A. Mus. L.C.M.) IS starting a CLASS for TEACHING the VIOLIN nnd OTHER STRING INSTRUMENTS, with a view of form ing an orchestra later on. Anyone wishing to join may do so on application, the terms being very rea sonable. Audrkss: Carp-st., Bega. Royal Hotel, BBGA. (Now under entirely new management.) T- T. CAVANAGH, having purchased XV. the abovu hotel, hopes to merit a fair si are of support. THE BEST brands of ALES, WINES and -SPIR...
From Our Correspondents. MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
From Our Correspondents. MERIMBULA. It was very disappointing to some of our townspeople on Saturday morning when it was discovered that they could not sail round to the Broadwator regatta. Mr. 15. Williams had a try and got as far as the Pambula bar, but had to put back on account of tho big sen running. ? Our postmistress, Mrs. Isaacs, is leaving here by Wednesday's' boar, Mrs. W. Donnelly having taken charge. This olRcu has lately ? been connected by telephone!. Mr. Munii intends building a largo ensilage stack for winter feed —an example that should be copied by all stock owners. Tho grass is growing splendidly about here. We have had plenty of rain, succeeded by bright warm days. - ' Our local hotelkeeper appears to be 'doing a very fair buHinms. During the Hummer Merimbula has had many visitors ; enjoying their holidays at the seaside. 19/3 /'0B. '
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. Turkey liens 4s to 5s, gobblers 10s to 16s, chaff £3 5s to £3 10s, butter, choice lid, prime 9d to 9j£d, pastry 8#d, bacon 7d to 9j£d, hams 8d to lid, cheese 5d to G#d, efigs 12d to 15d, hons 2s Gil, roosters 3s to 3s 6d, ducks 2s 3d to 2s 6d, muscovy drakes 3s to 5s, inaize 3s 6d to 4s. MURDEROUS ASSAULT. At Warnambool vesterdav Ed ward White, aged 12 years, entered liis father's bedroom and murder ously assaulted him, striking him on the head with an axe. The victim is not expected to recover. The assailant, who has been pe culiarin manner, said he did not know what prompted Jiim to com mit the assault. SPORTING. Doncastcr Handicap, latest scratchings : Neirbo, La Siesta, Black Donald. Sydney Cup : Overdale, Neirbo, La Siesta, Black Donald. DAMAGES AGAINST A TYPO GRAPHICAL SOCIETY. At Brisbane yesterday the jury gave a verdict for ,£106 against the Queensland Typographical Society in connection with an action brought against the So...
CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
CANDELO. During the past week the weather has been beautifully fine and warm, but to-day (Wednesday) is cloudy and threatening. Rev. H. Fleming who has been transferred to Port Macquarie will preach his farewell sermon on Sun day night and in Bega on Die following Sunday night. Mr. T. O'Reilly well-known here has secured the contract of convey ing the Beresford school children to Cathcart daily. The former ? school in consequence has been closed. Then- is likely to be a litllu litigation between a well-known nrmu»ri.v mvnpr nml nnn nf liiu tenants for breach of agreement. Two.of our stores, which, will change hands shortly are busy stocktaking. Our local cricket club is try ing to arrange a match with Wynd ham before the cool wearier sets in. On Saturda}* night a man named P. Toohey was returning homo to liis camp with supplies anil slipped on a stone, breaking his anklo. Ho lay out all night nr|tl was brought to town next morning by tho police. Dr Brucp reduced, tho fracture and or...
THE QUEEN of the HUNT. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
THE QUEEN of the HUNT. A SKUIAL STORY. ? I CHAPTER I. . j 'I shouldn't please you, Muude, I if I told you,' ? said Captain j Temple, flicking the flics' from off; his horse's ears. : 'What of that? And don't call mo 'Maude' — all my- friends call mo .?'.Tom;1: Toll me — I don't want to bo pleased.' ?? ? 'I wish you would try to please me a little, Tom,' said he. 'Well, don't I?' she responded. 'I thought you liked jolly hunting girN. What's ' the matter with me?' 'I'll toll you, Maude, why I turnud away just now,' said .Cecil. 'I can't bear to see a girl like you to all appearance taking pleasure, in watching the doatli-strugides of 11 poor little -fox.' 'Don't talk nonsense, my dear fellow,' icquested Tom, slashing her bespattered hubit with her whip. 'I hate to hear a man talk such effeminate stuff. If tho go vernor doesn't mind, why should you?' 'It is of no use saying any more, if you don't oa*r6*,~Maude,'' 'said Captain Temple, 'only I do wish you could see how vury unlike othe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 24 March 1906
£ i ? ..- ? 1L ? W EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED. tea! Tea! f^a ! -the ?jpj^b/Loye.- YORK CASTLE BRAND. EVERYONE TAU-TNG~~A~BOUT IT. Sample Packets Free. F. a. eLaRK, Sote agent. T3EGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BLAXLAND. B.A. £*P~ PUPILS prepared, privately or otherwise, for nil University Exami nations, Hunkers' Institute, and Federal Service Examinations. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. QHURCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, —BEGA— f3ff~ Under tlio auspices of Church of Eng. Dea. Inst., Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, under the care of the Deaeonc8B-in-charge. TerniB and information on applica ion to ^ DEACONESS. 'Solly's' Saloon, — IN' — . mff- CHUKCH STREET, BEGA, (Next Council Chambers,) The Hairdresser & Tobacconist. THIS SHOP is STOCKED with ALL the Choice and Popular BRANDS of TOBACCOS, CIGAJJS, CIGARETTES, and Qtlicr Requisites for tho Smoker. gSTA COMPETENT HAIRDRESSER from SYDNEY hi CHARGE. RAZORS GROUND and SET. t&T A CLOSE ...