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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

MISGELUMEOUS / Chloride of lime will' help 'to drive away r*ts, as they dislike its odor vory much. France has more money in cir culation in proportion to its popu lation than any other country. The yearly importation of pearls to Loadon reaches £1,000,000. Moat of them come from Bom The extent of European vine 'yards in about 21,000,000 acres of land, and the average product ? about 1,170,000.000 gallons. If the whole of the land on the globe above water level were shovelled into the Pacific, it would only fill one-seventh-o'f it; A woman named Sophia Hicks, living in San Francisco, has just found bank notes to thu value of ^1500 concealed in an old silk hat which she bought recently for two shillings. The average speed of a homing pigeon in calm weather is 1210 yds a minute. With a strong wind in the direction of flight, some pigeons have made 1980 yards, or considerably more than a mile a minute. Mirrors have been placed on the walls of a Michigan church to enable the women of th...

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 — 31 March 1906

As You Like It 'I mmi lmrc liberty Willml a* Inrcc ft flmrUT n« the « Iml. To blow mi whom 1 pk-ii-.ii.' —'As yuii i.lki' it.' (Aet II, sc. 7.) 'Conscience makes cowards of us all,' but it is' seldom it induced us to pay our debts. The other day a Salvation Army, soldier made restitution for the 'slaughter.. nf ' ii sow. It annoars that ton years ago ho was employed on a farm near Coburgo, and his em ployer had suffered considerably by. the depradations of 'a razorback sow who could turn over the sods after potatoes quicker than a steam plough. One. day he' saw her in the potatoes, and being worked up to a very bad temper by the satisfied grunts' of the p'--- kcr, he, drew up alongside her «? *- smashed her skull in with an axe,. Then 'he buried the carcase. N«:. day he was confronted by the si lent reminder of his crime, which the dogs had unearthed during the night. Ho dragged the carcasotp a^ lagoon and threw it in. But a water-dog once more landed the corpse, and .the guilty one...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

Talking' Machines ot Paling's. We stock both kinds Disc and Cylinder Re cords. * Band Selections. Songs by the world's leading artists. Recitations by present day orators. Instrumental Selections by the greatest soloists. Our Disc Records are '^destructible. Reliable instruments at Lowest Prices at Paling's, 338 George St., Sydney. 29 ? &BSBBBOBBBBHBBB9IBBBSSSI I G0WING BROS. «f Suit, j®^/| ffing h|| Your pick of the finest Tweeds, Vicunas, ill1!^ jji Serges and Sergerettes, including Fox's *t\H ?? K s Celebrated Indigo Serges, guaranteed fast / 1-iS * ''j Ii\ m color under aoid or atmospheric test, also E / \\M M l§w *\ Al'.l ra'.B* 9f MARsucKvii.n-: Twf.kds — -] / KLrf'ff S^ tpe famous all-wool Aus'.rali.in Tweeds as .set.' I f, '' RtT\si&F lected for personal wear by their Excellencies ?' I — s — Zi — 1-2= — I Lord and Lady Norlhcote. These Tweeds are | of light summer weight and are perfect in finish and. texture. | We positively guarantee th^ir wearing ^nljlies,...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

SPORTING. Coomu Show race meeting next Friday. The Candelo Football Club will hold its first practice this nfter noon. Moruya netted ,£17 10s 9d at the local St. Patrick's Day celebra tions. The annual meeting of the Can dolo Coursing Club will bo held on. Monday, 9th April, at 3 o'clock. There are big 'nominations for Meakcr and Clarke's gaslight han dicap to be run on Wednesday night. Mr. H. P. Williams, president of the Candelo football club, will give .mi honor cap to the best all round player in the1 local team this sea son.- At a meeting of the committee of the Candelo Turf Club held on Monday the Treasurer's statement showed a loss of .£13 on the Autumn meeting, The attendance at the annual general meeting of the Candelo Football Club held last Saturday evening numbered about 20. The club decided to retain the colors of last season — black and gold. The cricket match arranged for to-day between St. John's Institute and Kameruka has been abandoned, because tho latter was unabl...

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Subsidy to be Paid to A.P. and H. Societies. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

Subsidy to be Paid to A. P. and H. Societies. With a view of encouraging the Agricultural Societies to co-operate with the Department of Agriculturo in promoting the interests of Agri culture and kindred subjects, the following special conditions to go vern the payment of Additional Subsidy have been decided upon by the Department of Miiioo and Agriculture. Besides the subsidy of 7s 6d in the £ on approved Prizes, .Societies shall bo entitled to a further sum of 2s Gd in the £, on all approved Prizes, but not to exceed 15s in tho £ on. the total receipts from 6oiui fide members' subscriptions, if any of the following Conditions (in addition to No 5 which is obliga tory) be complied with: — 1. That the Society arranges for the carrying out of field ex periments on an area in a locality to be approved by the Department. This area may be either the pro perty of the Society, land leased for the purpose, or otherwise annu ally arranged for. The experiment to be carried out in a manner ap...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

? fry '. __ _ WW EVERY PAIR^ GUARANTEED. & VO. o Jo. vitl c A. ^?$JL ? -THE IFj^IMIOTTS^ YORK CASTLE BRAND EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample Packets Free. F, R, eLfl-RK, Sole Rjgent. T5EGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. ?' HEADMASTER: H. C BLAXLAND. B.A. £SF~ PUPILS prepared, privately or otherwise, for nil University Exami nations, Bankers' Institute, and Federal Service Examinations. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. pHURCH. OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCROOL, — BEQA — g&T Under the auspices of Clmrch of Eng. Dea. Inst., Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, under the care of the Denconess-in-cliorge. Terms and information on applicn I0't0 . DEACONESS. 'Solly's' Saloon, @g- CHURCH STREET, BEGA, (Next Council Chambers,) The Hairdresser & Tobacconist. THIS SHOP is STOCKED with ALL tlie Choice and Popular BRANDS of TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, and other Requisites for the Smoker. £ST\ COMPETENT HAIRDRESSER from SYDNEY in CUAKGE. RAZORS GROUND ami SET. $S...

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Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from Sydney ovorlnnd, via Cooma and Itainboka, daily (Sunday exceptcd) at 10.10 p.m. Sydney, bystoamer, Tuesday and Frir dsiy, time uncertain. Goulburn, Cooma, Monaro district, Victoria and- South-Western districts, daily, Sundsiy excepted, at 10.10 p.m. Braid wood, Araluen, Moruya, Bodalla , Jlilton, .Bateman's Bay, Nelligen, Co bavgo, Quaaina and Brogo, daily, Sun day excepted, at 7 p.m. Tathra and Tathra Road, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, at 6 p.m. Candolo, Mogilla, Kameruka, Kanoo na, daily at 7.80 p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Cathcart, 'nndWyndlinm, via Pambula, Tuesday, Thursday null Saturday at 7.30 p.m. Edun, Painbula, Wolumla, Greig's Flat, Milligandi and Merimbula, daily at 7.30 n. m. ? Merimbula, via Jcllat Jcllat, Friday at 7 p.m. Wymlliam, Rocky Hall, Pericoe and Bumiguto,' via Cundulo, Monday and Wednesday at 7.30 p'.ra. Tanja, AVapengo, Hie Murrah and Bermnsm direct, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 p.m...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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A Spendthrift. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

A Spendthrift. i The announcement that tho Coun tess de Castellane, who was for merly Miss Anna Gould, daughter of the jate Mr. Jay Gould, the famous American millionaire, has filed a petition for divorce in Paris against her husband, Count Bom di Castellane, created a great sen? sation in America. Tho Countess wag possessed of a fortune of £3,400,000, bringing in an income of £12Q,0Q0 a year. Almost imme diately after the wedding, in 1895, the Count (who was practically purchased by his wife's millions), began a career of reckless extrava gance, scattering his wife's money in every direction and getting heavily into debt. They were on the point of separating after five years of married life. A reconci liation was effected, however, and an arrangement was come to that ,£80,000 of the . Countess' annual income shoulc) he devoted to paying ?off 'tho ,£860,000' of' debts 'con- tracted by the Count during these few years. This left the Countess only ,£40,000 a year for her own perspnal ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£130 000 'LOST AT CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

£130000 'LOST RT CARDS. A western bank president, who is a frequent visitor to Now York, is reported to have lost £130,000 in two nights' play at faro and roulette. Tho play took place in a private room in a club-house in West. Thirty-third-strcot, New York, the banker's opponent being a man well known m sportng circles. At first faro was played, with the limit placed at £500 on the last cards in the deal-box. Tire Westerner tried many systems to reduce the. probabilities against him, but none availed. He had lost more than ,£10,000 when ho became disgusted, and asked the roulette limit. - This was placed at £ 20 .: on a single number, which would have paid ,£700 had he won. . Ho paid ^200 for a stack of chips and brought thrce«tacks at a time. The money melted like snow. Tho second evening J saw the good fortune of tho establishment con tinue, when at tho close of the night's play it was found tho Westerner had lost the larger amount mentioned. He paid by cheque and departed.

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Unconscious Humors' Of India [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

Unconscious Humors' Of India (By W. H. Fitchett, in S. M. Herald.) India is pre-eminently the land of odd things— things which'contra dict the habits ,of civilised man cveiy where else, that send up the eyebrows of the astonished spectator in mere wonder, and tickle his sense of humor more exquisitely than the best jests of Mark Twain. Odd Social Habits. What can be more amusing than many of the social habits Of India? They are the inversion of reason. In the streets you see girls, comely and slender-limbed, with bangles and armlets, carrying bricks and mortar along the scaffolding of a building. But in the hotel, or in. your host's house, no woman servant save a casual ayah is ever Been. The men do the house work. They dust the rooms, make the beds, wash the shirts, cook the dinner. The eccentricities of dress in an Indian street would reduce a oommittce of tailors or milliners to lunacy; but it is amusing to notice how even amongst the wholly naked ornaments count for more than ap...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAILS CLOSE for [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

''MAILS CLOSE for Sydney overland, via Oooma, daily, .Saturday excepted, at 10.30 p.m. Sydney, per steamer, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m., unless steamers de layed. Goulburn, Cooma, Nimitybolfe, Mo naro district and Victoria, daily, Sun day exceptod, at 7.30 p.m. Moruya, Milton, Batoman's Bay, Nel liSim, Cobai-KO, Qnaaina, Tilba Tilba and Brogo. daily, Saturday excepted at 10.30 p.m. ' Tathra and Tathra Road, Monday ruesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 30 p.m. Towainba, Timbillica,' Rocky Hall, Wyndhain, via Painbula, Tuesday, rimrsday and Sunday, 10.80 p.m. Eden, Pambula, Wolumla and Merim bula, daily, Saturday oxcepted, 10,30 l-.in. - ' Merimbula, via Jollat, Thursday 10 i0 p.m. ?' Cumlelo, Kuinoriikn, Kanoona, daily, [0.30 p.m. ' Tanja, Wapengo, Murra). and Berina. tin, direct, Monday, Wednesday and M-ulav at 10.30 p.m. Via Cobargo, Luesday, Thursday and Sunduy at 10.30 -.m. . ? Angledale, Monday and Thursday at 0.30 p.m. Buckjo, Tuesday and Friday at 10 30 -.m.

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

OFFICE HOURS. Post O(lice opens from 9 a.m. to 0 p ni Oh Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery, Sunday excepted. by letter earner within the municipal area :arrior leaves office at 9 a.m. ' Telegraph office opon from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday excepted. Money Order and Savings Bank Office )pon from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily [Sunday ixceptcd), and deposits nve also received rom 0 p.m. to 8 p.in on Saturday Private boxes, fee £ per annum, pay, iblo in advance, may bo obtained on ipplication at office, enabling boxholdors ogot their mail any day, Sunday in iludod, from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. Letter pillars at Newtown and North 3ei;a cleared at 0 p.m. Weather reports and arrivals of earners posted regularly on board out-. JAS. W. M'CUTCHEON, Postmaster. ' 'rliitcrt nml published by Wimiam Boot ,i is^i!n^i'ir^{%sfethc€r&'-

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. Doctor: ''Do you talk in your sleep?' ' Patient: 'No; I talk in other people's. I'm a clergyman.' . ?» ?»? ' .?.?«??? Miiny a man who thinks' he was' horn to command 'married a. woman who 'was bom tocbunturniaiid.' . ?.-... ft ',_'*: ..?;»r.*' '?,.','? ? Mr. JustwpdS'WhqirvT1 -liej--.';loyo, I want to boer6m:ited..;i- Mrs/rJuHt wed : That is a' good , idca,CJ fill n . /flip' goldfin your teeth '.ought to pay all expenses. . '''i-iv i; ,;i-*: ?'-.-. 'N' '-: *? ': -.'' -/jfcx'.'': ''.'?;*?.? ;- Spdcs:AVhcrc. women ??' arc ' con cerned, my dear,; all men are thor oughly wicked. 'i&^Kosulmd: :. But .surely , tliurb;; -swrieV ^exceptions. Spcca:* Oh,' yes,. niy.Hlear;' but they arofools.-: '/; ? V-:*' .. ? ''?? ? '?:*?.?.'.?.;? .: «- '??V;'siw ? ' Maud:,Ts. it true that Millie's or.-, gagements is broken off. ?; \Clar:i : : Yes, slie acciisod Jjickof HU'Jili'iif; ii kiss. Maud: Why, .that's nothing surely! Clara: Ah, but he stole it from another girl. « . ...

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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. [?] By CHARLES WHITE. CHAPTKn.yill.— Continued. No -witnesses were called for the ?defence, but Mr. Isaacs made' ii powerful appeal to the 'jury to ac quit. After his Honour the Chief Justice had summed up the jury ?.retired, and- after an absence. of three-quarters of an hour returned into Court saying that they had agreed ta find the prisoner guilty on the second count — wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm. It afterwards transpired that five of jurymen were for find ing him guilty on the capital charge,-wliiie.one:was for acquit-, ting him on both charges. On being asked if ho had .any thing to say why sentence should not be passed, Gardiner handed in the. followim; written statement, which. was read to the Court :—. To liis Honor the Judge. ' Your Honor, — I do not' ad dress you with .the desire to im press upon your mind my inno cence of the charge to which I have pleaded guilty, but my wish is to point out the untruths in the evi* denqo on th...

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THE QUEEN of the HUNT. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

THE QUEEN of the HUNT. A SKlh'AL STOItY. CLIAKTER.. I. CVcil bail contrived to wliispur to liiiily llarriii'ituii ..that hu sliould liku to speak with her that night; ami, wliun all tho party hail.rctired to ru.-it, lie cmiiu to hur. boudoir and h-ils closeted tliorc -for nearly «n hour. Whcii hc.-luft lliuru was a brightur look on his lin.tulsomc.facu, nn;l a smile on his lip that had' not r s:ud tlieru huforc— somuthihg of a mischievous smilu too. 1 '',[? CIIA1TEU II. ' My duar,' said Lady lLiriinglon, w.wously, the next, morning, cn tt'riiijj her husband's private room, 'I want to have a serious talk with you.' Sir John Harrington fidgeted .un easily in his easy-dmir, as he laid down liis 'Times' and said, rather querulously — 'What about, 1113' dear?' 'About Maude,' replied the lady, at once, Heating herself at the oppo site side of the fireplace, where she could bring all the battery of looks as well as words to bear on her husband. 'Maude! ' What's the matter with -the girl? W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

^A^S o a- ci1 m o puv : -jpj jj|Jj||li|^\^\ * m 2 ^ H 2; g g- S P w i \v ^^^^Wv li Jhe Qentle^ Infljieoce || jj . -*-jif rr» -k .1*.— -m- — -^« ? - ^ ^ f'1 ? Csf ¥~*lp'ctflclt'%/' 'ti! ' -|i Is -Iflrffe EflFecfive 'Than ALL Other Treatments. j| ' i - For Iwcnty-firc years we have fSsS^iS, ? I '?'ji successfully-treated- thousands ^^— ? b-'— lli-V — tS' — '''^\ !!' I! of cases of Men's Diseases. \Ve Sy -s-S^^L-~ *f2B'~ ?-m_v ' d ' *' ' ! ! liave (iiveii particular attentio!i L; **s5S^ T^11' 'W* f'^.?f ? I 1 1 and thought to this class of ^fev -^&' \f^ ^wS$r I ' j ? niluieiit, and througliout our ^w}''' b~\^' r irZ&r ! ' j ? long practice we have found ^t03»' \\\ V ?* . ' ££'ji* i ! 3 | that fully eighty per cent of the ^^^Sv\o|;// '/?%%J*~. ' \ i cases treated by-iis ware iwsuc- ' ^'f^5V::'''^;i5?^^-r-r.- ! - cessfully treated by other meth- * vX-^ffiiTftS^tij;' ; ods. In fact,' in most of the xeiwV.'.lii^sa,^ j [ ailments the disease had been aggravated by the variou...

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Wedding at Quaama. MURRAY—INSKIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

Wedding sat Quaama. JM'uJaRAY— 1XSKM'. Ox Tuesday,'. George, i-Musl son oE Mr. Sair£;Murray', :ui-1 Fanny, ybungestjdauglifoi- of the late Mr. D. .InHldp'.-Avcre.maiTH'il »*? 'Fair- liul-ls,''Quaiiina, by tin; li.-v. S. 0. Goodchild..''Tho bride, who looked ?eully charming, was ;^ive.ii away :-y her brother, ? Mr. .John Inskip. islie ^yoro''av lovely dre.-^ of white ivor,y silk, . Irimineil with s-.ilk yak lace insertion and fuchiiw, chiffon, transparent-yoke and sleeves, with Hie usual'^wreath and orange blos soms. Sho carried a beautiful hou iinet, the' gift of Mrs. I). Inskip. Tho bridesmaids were Mi-s Janey Hown and Polly Inskip, who wore drusses of cream silk voile. iriiniuucK with yak insertion :m-l I.tei*, white chiffon hats to match. They c:n riail bo utiful bouquets, the gift of Miss Mary' Connors. Mr. I''1 red. luskip was best inn1.). The bride groom's gill to thu liriiliMvns a beau tiful f;old_.biu:kli! risi.j;, ami the briiie.'s to the bridegroom a gukl i:i se.ribe.il tr...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

LOCAL m GENERAL, Fred anrl Archie Inskip intend going to the northern rivers next' week and will make their home there. ? ?' ,-. '? * -..? ?'».* ? -* Kiev. Owkxs-MeM/ is ex])L'i'lfil to arrive in Bcga on Tuesday anil will probably bo -welcomed at a garden party at the Deaconess High School. -k He. a*. Tkndkus have been called for metalling the Russell's hill devia tion. For this job ,£300 have been placed on the Estimates, with a further sum of £200 to follow. * * - a Tiik Altornei'-CSonernl has de clined to lilo a bill against Thomas Henry Geo for a new trial. I-ast week at the Bega Quarter Sessions Gee was. charged willi. perjury, and the jury after being locked up for 12 'hours failed to agree and wore discharged. Goo was remanded to tho June Sessions, but no one nuli ci pitted that any further proceedings would bo taken. K .: « K- Du.'Uiciiaiid M.L.A. hati received a letter from Theodore Koosevell President oi the United Status of America. Inter alia, -.-.' lloo.--oy ' says: 'Au...

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ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

KOCKV HALL. Since the '.recent' rains we have splendid grass hero and dairy sup plies; have risen considerably. On Saturday night . wo had a heavy thiiiiilorstorni anil, ruin foil heavily until inklnlglu, I'M points bei:1.;; rejii'st'.Tod. Sunday morning broke line but at night rain sot in again. On Tuesday it mined all day, the river ruse rapidly?! and the roiul.s Lwere v.:iPhed away in nil directions. Still the'-rain was not as heavy here as some ^adjoining |)].io'.-.: — al New Building 741 points wore i'pgi.-tare 1 ap to Tuesday night. Mr. T. Keys was. in tlii=s locality last week buying' feto::k to take to the l)ar:i:i^ bj-.vs.is, rQacunsl:tiul. Mr. I!. Booth, .who' is-at'- present on a visit of inspection to tho Darling Downs, in,.writing .homo say.i t!io e.r.intfy 'thsi'e'.l*looks a picture and the grass, is fuot high.

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Farewell to Canon Martin. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 31 March 1906

Farewell to Canon Martin. Notwithstanding tho exceptionally heavy rain which had fallen dur ing the day, there was a good at tendance at tho farewell social and presentation to Canon and Mrs. Martin which took place on Tues day night. The- Mayor presided, having on his right Canon Martin, whilo Uov. E. W. Uriscombe. Sub Inspector Tippott, and Messrs. II. O. T. Cowdroy, Win. Kixon, W.' Jauncoy. J. J. Ormiston; W. G. AlcKorii,' S. H. Pearcc, W. J. Cun ningham' and F. S. Goetz (secretary lo tho committee) also occupied seats on the platform. Tho chair man read aii apology from the Tanjft churchwardens, signed by Messrs. D. Sorcombe, T. ' Taylor and T. W-. Taylor, regretting their inability to be present and wishing tho Canon and Airs.- -Martin' God speed and prosperity in their now home at Yass. Thu chairman also apologised for the absence of Mr. W Allan who regretted that through indisposition ho was unable to bo present. Mr. 'Win. Uixon apolo gised for the- absence of Mr. Jas. Uixon ...

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