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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

. . , ? v ? WEAR ONYx^— t ? - — ? k MoMUKTME'S J B'OOTSl' EVERY PABR GUARANTEED! Tea! Tea! Tjea! EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample &kets Free. F. R. eLftRK, SolcJuent. -DEGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BLAXUND, B.A. ?'JJHP- PUPILS prepared, privately or otherwise, for nil University Exami nations, Bunkers' Institute, and Federal Service Examinations. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS, ,-.- ' y pHURCH OF^ENGLAND DEACOPSS HIGH SCHOOL, ,^ f/— B EGA — tUff Under the auspices of Church of Eng. Don. Inst., Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, under the care of the Deaconesu-in-charge. Terms and information on applica 10' to DEACONESS. 'Solly's' Saloon, — IN— g$B~ CHURCH STREET, BEGA, (Next Council Chambers,) The Hairdresser & Tobacconist. THIS SHOP is STOCKED with ALL the Choice and Populiir ' BRANDS of TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, and other Requisites for the Smoker. ETA. COMPETENT HAIRDRESSER ? from SYDNEY in CHARGE. RAZORS GROUND and SET. gJW...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inter District Summary [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

Inter-District Summary. The Wolumla butter factory is making about four tons a week.; A boiler and machinery was re cently landed at Eden for the mines at Whipstick. 'Nominations for the Eden Rifle Match to bo shot off on April 10 and 11th closed last night. ??? An elderly man tiamed David Slyth died in tire Pambula Hospital on Monday night last week. Mail communication between Pambula and Eden was interrupted on Tuesday and Wednesday last week. 'The Eden broke one of her pro peller blades at Eden on Monday last week, through contact with driftwood which had been washed into the Bay from the Kiah River. Victoria Maud See, aged 13, daughter of Mr. Samuel See and niece of Sir John See, was drowned at Grafton on Friday through falling into a watercourse. The heaviest rainfall for many years occurred at Nerrigen on Tuesday of last week, 6 inches being registered from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. During the late heavy rains the mouth of Wi-.llaga Lake remained closed and the flood rose very high. Th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGINGr THE ZE-A-IR/I/X- DAYS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chapter VIII.— Continued. From the first he sought, and notinv.ain, to ingratiate himself ?with his custodians. If a good ex ample were needed in a certain di . rection, Gardiner was thu man to set it ;? if a well-executed 'job' i ,v-..m rioairp.d Gardiner was the man to do it; and ready obedience, !-checrful alacrity, persistent efforts to please, within prison walls and 'without, invariably meet with their reward. . ? Eight years of the thirty-two passed away, and then friends out side began-to exert themselves in his behalf—this time openly and in legal fashion/ They set about their work with a determination to succeed, a fixed resblution to boar down opposition from- whatever quarter it might rise up to meet them. It was to be expected that they should, with such a work m hand, make suro of their ground before commencing operations, and do first the thing that ought to be first done. And their care in ar ranging an...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Methodist Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

Methodist Band of Hope. O.\ Monday evening an excellent programme was rendered at the monthly meeting of the Bund of Hope. . Rev. E. W. Briscombe oc cupied the chnir, nnd )Ir. Craven presided at the organ. There was a splendid attendance nn-i the meeting was marked by enthu siasm. In the course of his re marks Mr. Briscomoe made spociiil mention of his lnritevn lecture to be held in the School of Arts next Sunday night, and urged S his hearers to attend. Tho uieetjng closed with a chorus and t}-e bene diction, ending one of the most in teresting meetings the fyuril of Hope has ever held. Following is the programme rendered:^ ''. . Opening chorus, 'Sound : the Battle Cry'; chorus, ''TheTeroper ance Army'; solo, 'AnphqfX'd,' Rev. E. W. Briscombe; recitiiiioi , ''Dead in the Snow,' Mjbs Eilitu Dawson; splo, 'Where is My pan dering Boy,' Miss Marion Frfilich; solo, 'No One Cares for Me,';Alr.--. \Y. Boardman; 'humorous- recita- tion by ten Bund of Hope boya— J5. Cravon, H. Craven, Stan....

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PASSENGER LIST. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

THE PASSENGER LIST. Arrivals. Passengers per steamer Allowrie which left Sydney on Monday: — For Bermagui — Mr. Plucknett, Mr. Garratt, Misses Carroll and Hoare. For Tathra - Messrs. Rover, Levy, Loomes, Connely, Grant, Mesdames Hergenhan, Loonies, Misses Her genhan, Kelly, Johnson. For Me rimbula — Messrs, Booth, Scott, Mrs Hauville, For Eden — Messrs, Trivott, Sear, Burton and one in the steerage. Departure*. The following were passengers to Sydney per steamer Allowrie on Saturday last :— From Eden— Mr. Blackett. From Merimbula Misses Ingall, McDonald. From Tathra — Mesdames Hutchinson, Lohan, Behl, Maddon, Allan, Par sons, Martin, Misses Pierre, Mur rny, Bonuey, Cummings, Parsons, Martin, Tippctt, Messrs. Murray, Healy, White, Manning, Abel, Behl, Allen, Livingstone, ParsonB, McCarthy, Pearson, Rosenthall (2), Hughes, Master Martin. From Bermagui — Miss Branch, Mr. Mayo aud three jn the steerage. A Hungarian sportsman, who on one night in 19Q4 won over ^83,000 at the Vienna Jocke...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

Live Slock and Other Sales. William Itixon notifies: At Nimitybolle salnyards on 7th April at 2 o'clock: In the Estate of Wm. Uolfe deceased 131 acres grazing laud, Holt's Flat. At Nimitybelle on tho 7th April: 100 shorthorn store bullocks 5years, 100 bullocks 3years, 80 Bteers, 18 months to 2 years, 200 steers one year, 50 store cows, 50 heifers 1 to 3 Vears. 170 nnrlrlinn. On Saturday, .7th April, at 2 o'clock, at the Nimitybelle sale yards, 800 acres land, knpwu as W. A. Hutchinls, near Nimitybelle. Land is sub-divided into grazing and cultivation paddocks and has necessary homestead and buildings erected thereon. On Saturday, 7th April, at 2 o'clock, at Nimitybcllo saleyards, the well known draught stallion, Prince Imperial. E. I. Pell notifies. On Thursday, 12th April, on the farm, Cooper's Gully, by order and on account of Mr. Jos. Kirkland, clearance sale of choice dairy herd, etc. Mr. C. Underbill's dairy herd has been withdrawn from sale for the present. On Saturday, 7th Ap...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

THEY SAY: That a Bermagui South storekeeper in a keen advertiser— he says that the man who doesn't visit his establishment ought to have his pofe read. That during Sydney show week diH trict papers will teem with accounts of Bega people who meet in Sydney ; and That the difficulty some people' have is in avoiding a meeting with some well known South Coast identities. That the first broken leg placed to the credit of football this season happened during practice at Queen's Park on Saturday— the players were a little fresh and a collision occurred. ' That many a girl who marries for lei sure repents in haste. That marrying for love is a fine thing if one can afford it. That everybody knows that money talks, and nobody seems to care what kind of grammar it usck. That Harry Ashby, :i Bogn compositor and lately of the Government printing office has gone to New Zealand, where he secured a billet in the Government printing office at £5 a week. That Dr. Arthur, M.L.A., seems to be a regular...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

THRESH EGGS ^0- BOUGHT IK ANY QUAN TITY FOU CASH, F, A, CIAUK, York Huuso. Tji O H SALE, CHOICE BUIUHNG SITES in Cun ning Street — euntroof tl-o tawii, Fron tagea to suit buyers, AeaUtenco to biulil if ruquireil. Apply HUME'S Commercial Hotel. TENDERS. rpEXDEUSnie invited' for tho EKEC J- TIOX of RESIDENCE AND STUDIO in Carp -street. Pinny and Specifications can be seen at the MORTON STUDIOS. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. Tenders close 12tii Apiui., ILLAAVARRA and SOUTH COAST S'. COY., LI D. SPECIAL EXCURSION. A SPECIAL excursion steamer, far. passengers will run on MONICA?. M' iSrnWfi^111!1^ «lwyt&n,m, ftn.a; BfcR.^A&Uj abpu^ 4 n,m, T, H.. JAOKSON, Manager. Department of Public Works. N.S/tt.. District Works Qllice', Bega, 'aijh .Alarch, lOWi. rpEX. DE^S ndijresaed to thp Clerk of , V?}tv Sfaeiops nt Bpm and en dorsed. ''Tender for 'Public Works,' will m received, until noon on Mqnduy. the nth, day of April, ifiQO, for the lollop Ing:— Contract...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

SPORTING. Tito -hurdler Zola is doing steady work at Ramhvick. Nominations for tho Narooma regatta close next Tuesday. The sports oil shore will include^ a pigeon match (claybirds). A number, of horscowners and sportsmen left during tho week to attorn] the Cooma races which open on Friday. Councillor and Atlan toan are among the horses engaged. A team from the following will play for the -Teachers against St. John's Institute on the showground on Saturday afternoon:— Schuback, Main, Sullivan, Blaxland, Byron, Poole, Nugent, Kable, Whyte, J. A. Brown. Tho thud of the football could be heard during the week, when the Grammar School boys indulged in a preliminary kick. It is hoped the Union will easily secure the affiliation of district clubs so that the competition matches can be arranged at once. Gladsome (10.10) won the Newcastle Cup (l^mile) on Saturday in a -canter. Bonnie Blink was among a number des cribed as 'the last to finish.' The Bega Cup winner was weighted at (9.6) for th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL A D GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

LOCAL A1;D GENERAL A social and euchre party will be held at tho Nuinbugga School of Arts this evening. . ?...-. '. '? ??* '''- V* ' ' -'« ''?' Ox Saturday at Wyndham, Mr. B. Grant had^a fairly, successful cattle sale. Mr. Robort Sharpo of Bega was the principal buyer. tip Tir . tk '?? V.v..\ Jas. ? Gr'neri, of Bamboka', died fri Monihi.v, a^i-'d 73, after a lom i!ln«ss,V'.:Tlio'' funeral takes pl.-icd .n Bemhokii this afternoon at 2 lA-lock. ' ... ' . ii! P .. * '. ^:;rvick will be' conducted by ?.'iHj. Raw JV Muir at Wallagoot to nkvlit at'S o'clock ''and' at the Set tk-r.ieiU to-msK-rcrW ni^lit at the aacifc lioi.-. /??? '--My. ' ? ? :-. ' '-* ?'?' :'? ? «;i*. .. * 1.-iSi..,V-. J. .BoAfi^jias opened an ,-v. ??viinmo.diitibnj&'b.ufcd in William :? : niiet., Eydney|fstjdod the 'Bcga ! ; ? . -i t.i i n.g' 1 jo u:«,^ran'd . visitors to :[:-:? .~:.;.-.!u-:y.Sligjfcjio- informed. that .i(;l.jOKi:nof!nlif)^PpJa;t'aiiVibi6. . ''. .'?'iik nil^wMngiln^M.natwns .for luv'ii';: \\\ :s...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
London, Monday. THE MOROCCO QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

London, Monday. [By CableJ. THE MOROCCO QUESTION. The 'Times' says that the settle ment of the Morocco question ought t° dispel the dark cloud whioh has been menacing Europe for nearly a year, The German press states that Germany was well out of what threatened to be an unpleasant entanglement, The Paris 'Dehats' states that tho relations between Franoe and Germany are deplorably strained. IMPERIAL MEDDLING DENOUNCED. A meeting of tho Dutch in»Natal has denounced in strong terms the meddling of the Imperial Go vernment with the internal affairs of the Colony. BIG MINERS' STRIKE IN AMERICA. Over half a million miners are out on strike in tho United States. The Union permits engineers and firemen to r.etn,ain ^t work tp prevent dqiriajje to. f.he nu'nes., proyiding non^unio.nisjs. a,re n,p,t employee]. . RUSSIAN TROUBLES. All the qand,idates, of th,R wprk men at Odessa for the eleptjon, of the Duine h,a,ve been arrested, for displaying jibara.1 ton,denpies. GERMANY'S LITTL.E. WAR, A Q...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. A SUCCESSFUL TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 April 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. ?Sydney, Tuesday. A SUCCESSFUL TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN. Father Hayes' timiporaneo cam paign in Australia concluded in Melbourne last night. Since the crusade began over 51,000 persons of all denominations have taken tho total abstinoncc pledge. PROTECTIONIST AND LABOR' ALLIANCE. The Victorian Chamber of Manu factures fully approves of the pro posed federal labor and protec tionist alliance. REVOLTING ASSAULT. A push known as the 'flying an gels' gang brutally assaulted a young woman named Lily Mitchell outside her own back-gate in South Melbourne early on Sunday morning. After throwing her down two of the blackguards held her while a third attempted to outrage her. The victim's screams at tracted Constable McGowan, who enptured one of the miscreants after a fierce struggle. Two others were also arrested. REID AND HOLMAN. The debate between Reid and Holman on Socialism commenced last night in the Centenary Hall. Hundreds were unable to gain ad mission. Each speaker had ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sydney Market W.[?].Barlow and Co. report: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906

The. Sydney Market, AV. II. Umiow and Co. report : Uuttcr: Choicest ereiiinery M, \mnw factory 8cl to 8--il, a reduction having taken place on Monday last of '/i-\ per lb. nil round. .Tho reduction fins brought many enquiries and we antici pate good business at theae prices. Cheese: Our market is weaker than last week and values all round n trille lower. Choice lo.if ojjil to 0d, the latter price only /or. very choicest descriptions, medium od to 5-£d, inferior from 4d to i'/id- .'???'. litiucn: Friino sides have declined to 7d for QMK and York Castle, Aberdeen uiul other brands at CS-j. JIainsSd to !)d. Kgga: The market is steady, Xoi tlicru liivera 1 1 j^cl lo Is, southern and railway Is Id to Is L'd, eold rown cjigH biime price, new laid la 5;l to Is -)J. : .Maize: Prime dry grain very scarce and sells rapidly, at -s !ld to 2s 10s, soft and heated ciinuo purchased from L's to 2s 0-l. There are heavy stocks of'tlie latter kind on the wharves. Chaff: ' I'riiiiu 'Adelaide £:t 1.73 t...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906

MUNICIPAL. . ' The usual monthly meeting of the Council was held in the Chambers on Tuesday. Present: Aldermen E. I. Pell (Mayor in the chair), G.E. Brooks, H. Undcrhill, H. M. Blomfield, F. Bland, A. Beck, W. Manning, W. Boardman and the Council Clerk. Tho minutes of tho previous meeting were read and confirmed. In answer to ? a question from Aid. Blomfield,. tho Mayor stated that it was usual to have a list of ratepayers in arrears placed on. the Council table and as soon as the new list was completed it would bo tabled. The Council Clerk read ' a state ment of accounts for the month of March. General rates, (arrears and current), nuisance ? fees and linos, ,£36 14s 9d; sale yard fees, ,£18 19s 2d. Receipts on account of gasworks ,£39 11s 5d. Total £95 5s 4d. Credit balance general account £386 17s; credit balance gasworks account £295 6s Id; credit balance saleyards account ^100 6s lid. The finance committee recom mended accounts for payment amounting to £06 16s Od; gas works acc...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906

THEY SAY : That Mr. John Norton is mentioned as a likely candidate for the Federal electorate, South Sydney, at next gene ral elections. That the dredge Tethys, built to the wniui iff liiu 11U\- OUI11I1 It 111US wUYUril ment, renched Fremantlo last week, on route for Sydney j nnd Tiiat tin's will bo good news for those people who live by tho side of our uu navigablc eastern rivers which are be ing constantly dug out by the sand dredges. That the country is getting weary of Deakin nnd Reid recriminations; and That the Budget would prefer to fol low Reid doing something than Deakin doing nothing — Australia is badly in need of a strong man. That whether it is attributable to the. new Liquor Act or nut sly-grog shops have apparently increased (luring tho past few months— anyhow the prosecu tions have been more numerous. That if members of Parliament were paid at per sitting the recesses would not be so unconscionably long. That footracing doesn't- appear to be so popular at Bombala as ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906

'YV A _Z ? T K D' A MARRIED COUPLE to work a small dairy farm. Apply first instance, 'Budget' Office. ?pi 11 E S II EGGS _W BOUGHT IN ANY QUAN TITY FOK GASH. If. A. CLARK, . York House. Tf O R SALE. CHOICE BUILDING SITES in Can ning Strcot-^centro of tlio town. Fron tages to suit buyers. Assistenco to build if required. Apply HUME'S Commercial Hotel. NOTICE. ? o ? A NY PERSON TRESPASSING on JE\- the RACECOURSE FARM from this date other than thoso supplied with a written authority from the Bega Dis-. trict Jockey Club, will bo prosecuted without respect to person. D. SHEEHAN, Bega, Gth April, 10QU. TENDERS, rpENDERSaro invited for the EREC J- TION of RESIDENCE AND STUDIO in Carp-street. Plans nnd Specifications can bo seen at the MORTON STUDIOS, Tho lowqst or any tender not neces Barily accepted. Tenders close 12tu April, Department of Public AVorks. N.S.AV., District, Works Office, Bega, 20th March, 1900, rpENDERS addressed to the Clerk of -L Potty Sessions at Bcea and en dorsed 'Te...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906

.LATEST1 TELEGRAMS. 'r'.: Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. Butter 9d, prime .8j^d, pastry 7#d to 8d, bacon 6j£d to 9#d, hams 7d to lid, cheese 5d to ISJ-jM, eggs 13s to 14d, hen's to 23 9d, young roosters 3s 6d to 4d, ducks 2s to 2s 6d, turkey hens 6s to 7s, gobblers 8s to lGs, oaten hay £1 14s to .£4. KANAKA COMMISSION. Before the Kanaka Commission at Bundaberg (Q.) Miss Florence Young said that it was most inhu man to send the Christianised boys back ? to heathen villages. She quoted a letter from Malayeta in which it was stated that hardly a week pa'ssed without one or more murders occurring. FEDERAL ARBITRATION COURT. A serious situation has arisen in connection with the Federal Arbit ration Court there being no judgo available to hear cases. ANTI-SOCIALISM IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Premier of South Australia declares that anti-Socialism has not a leg to stand upon in_ his State. Ho urges that the three federal parties should go before tho electors, and that the Deakinites and labo...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906

WEAR ONIY^^ McMUllTEIE'S EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED ! ► JJ ^ 9 ^ H ^ ffi P U '^ ' 9 J_ ^s-CQ- © _l %wC4- e fl. ^/Ci. ? — TIE-HE] JT^SMIOT^ EVERY0NE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample^achets Free. F. R. eLHRK, Solcf^gent. ? .@' ' 'DEGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BUXLAND, B.A. fi3&r PUPILS propnrcil, privately or otherwise, for nil University Kxmni nations, Uniikei-H1 Institute, and Federal Sorviee Examinations. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. QHURCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, —BEGA— KXF' UnOer the auspices of Church of Kng. Den. lust., Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for HOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, under the care of the Deneoni'sa-in-rcharge. Terms niul information on npplicn ioii'tq DEACONESS. ?'Solly's'' Saloon, — IN— g&T CHURCH STREET, 11 EG A, (Next Council Chamhors,) The Hairdresser & Tobacconist. THIS SHOP is STOCKED with ALL the Choicu niul Popular BHANDS of TOBACCOS, CIOAKS, CIGARETTES, mid other Requisites for tho Smoker. £JfiTA COMPETENT IIAIItDRESSER fr...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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THE QUEEN of the HUNT. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906

THE QUEEN of the HUNT. A SKIHAI. STOItY. CIIAI'TEIt I. Mrs. Uroyhin-J wsis :i vury lnind some woiiian, .niiil lior rich stilt dress sot off admirably liur ' full, stately form and ' dark style of beauty; her hair, glossy and black round her small classic head in thick plaits, and tho little fringi which shaded the forehead just gave to the largo diirk~ eyes that softness without which a woman's face is never pleasing. Then; were firmness and strength of character written in every line of the face, and in the very carri age of the head— presenting n strange contrast to Maude, with her unpolished looks and cold, off hand manner. Mrs. Croy land was every inch a lady, and manifestly a lady of birth and high education. Could Mini fnil to strike on.s so sus ceptible to refinement and polish as Captain Temple? Maude was quick to observe that Cecil was not slow in responding to Lady Harrington's reque;t to take Mrs. Croyland down to din ner; also that during that impor tant meal he sat besi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODDS AND ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906

ODDS AND ENDS At the Government pawnshops in Paris about 350,000 watches and 60,000 wedding-rings are de posited every year. 'My mistake was in not believing what you told me before our marriage,' said a wife to her hus knnj (-r...l ? li ^iri ? t j:.l T *~n uuiut. .Liiuecu; truui* uiu x luii you before our marriage that you did not believe?' ' You told me that you were not worthy of me!' The most costly book in the Royal Library at Stockholm is a Bible. It is said that 1G0 asses' skius wore used for its parchment leaves. Each page is only one inch short of a yard in length and twenty inches wide. The covers of the book are solid planks, 4 inches thick. ? An American paper relates that a monster eagle overtook a Rocky Mountain express train going at full speed, flew into the cab of the engine, attacked and knocked senseless, the engine, driver, and then made an attack on the fire man. The bird fastened its talons in his arms, but was beaten down with a shoyel and captured. The five r...

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