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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
I'»f I.i-sllf Sis \V-V ?Tit p5-3^B-siMp5i \C5v^ I Life's happinesS I g CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED l-y having a suppiy of Nerve Force and g I Vitality in your body— the amount of Natural Electricity it contains. M g Take tlie sap from a tree, what is the result? — It withers! Drain the g| | Vital Nerve Force from your system — which is the sap of life — what «j if_ do you become ? — A Miserable, Puny Weakling, unfit alike for toil or -«§ jg pleasure, You lose all energy and ambition in life ; your face becomes IS gj drawn and hagged ; you get irritable and restless ; and you awake |w | each morning with the same tired feeling; truly a miserable existence. EH 1 You must always remain in that condition unless you have the amount g|l 2 of Electricity you have lost replaced, and which must be injected by nj £ means of gentle-flowing currents for a few hours each day. There is gu g only one appliance on earth to give it to you the in way it should be. Km I DR. McLAUGHUN'S ELECTRIC BELT I 1 Forc...
St. John's Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
St. John's Institute. The annual meeting of St. John's Institute called for the purpose of electing officers for the year was but poorly attended, and the more superstitious were concerned when they discovered that thoso present onlv numbered IS. Ilmvin-iT Mr ' McKern opened the meeting and the secretary, Mr. F. S. Rogers, read the annual raport as follows: — Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen, — It gives your committee great pleasure to be able to report another most successful year. There ure about 100 members good on the books, and the statement of accounts which the hon. treasurer will read shows a credit balance of ,£3 10s. During the year there were fourteen general and eight committee meetings. The attendance at committee meetings was as follows: Canon Martin, 2; W. H. Braine and W. G. McKern, 8; the secretary 7; J. Rixon and F. Cowdroy, 6; A. E. Parsons, J. J. Ormiston, J. Ward and C. Voss 5; F. Goetz 4; \V. Schmidt 1. Public debates with the Brogo and Tanja Mutual Im provement Soci...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
MISCELLANEOUS Whin :\ inaii starl.s t-- hrlp I.'s wifowilh her work sin: has l-- drop what sht^ is doing to wait on him. An Aii.eriean patent is :i fi-l'- igniting cigar, the tip of w c i after buing coaled with parallin is .mien wiiu me ncuiroi a nmie.ii. Of the 38 Sultans who have ruled the Ottoman Empire, since the conquest of Constantinople by the Turks, 84 : have 'died violent deaths. A miraculous well was dis covered recently in New Guinea at a depth of GOOft. '.'Anything made of iron or steel and dipped into the water at once became magnetic. Tho men and women of the Creo tribe of Indians dress alike, and can be distinguished only by the ornamentation of their loggings, that of the. inch being vertical, and that of the women horizontal. It is reported from Perth (Scot land) that Lord Lovat has sold one of his shorthorn bulls for 1500 guineas, which' constitutes a record price. The destination of this valuable animal is Buenos. Ay res. In China dogs are specially bred and fatt...
Execution Of the Natal Murderers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
Execution Of the Natal Murderers. The condemned Natal natives were shot in a valley half-a-tnile from Richmond. No civilians were pre sent; The prisoners, who belonged to the Ethiopian Church spent tho night praying and singing hymns. They confessed their guilt, and ex pressed regret for the' murder to Rev. A.' J. Fryer, vicarof Richmond cum-Bryne, who accompanied them, to the scene of their execution. Before starting the prisoners were brought into the courthouse, where Colonel Weighton road the sentence and Governor's confirmation. The prisoners showed no signs of fear, and respectfully saluted the Bench. A guard of 200 police escorted the condemned men to the valley where they wero executed. Tho firing party consisted of police, and death was instantaneous. Im mediately after the execution, tlie bodies wore buried in a trench. Thruo head chiefs and 100 Nntnl indunas witnessed the execution, and wore much impressed. After the execution of the Rich mond murderers, Colonel Royston a...
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. Chapter VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
AUSTRALIAN BUSNRANSING. the ~BU^isi£rsr zda-tts. 'By CHARLES WHITK CiiAi'TKii VI I L— Continued. It ;vi)l be ,. 'observed', that the worthy physician omitted .to suy anything conccriiing-tliu prisoner's . physical henltli, a ratliur romark nbJc circumstance, seeing (hut one of tiic grounds upon which the sisters urged his release was that lie was suffering from heart di sease. When iho petition caine into the hands of his Excellency's; respon sible advisers, the Colonial Secre-' tiiry (the late Sir Henry Parkcs) referred it to the gaoler and sheriff for report. The Sheriff, in returning it, wrote the lollowing minute: — FRANCIS CHRISTIE, ALIAS CLARKE, ALIAS GAR DINER. In returning the pclilioii'iii this case with the usual particulars of conviction, Iliave thought it desir able to accompany tlie same with a special report from the principal gaoler (herewith enclosed) upon the conduct and scrvicos, together with a report from the visiting sur geon respecting the health of the prisone...
CALENDAR FOR APRIL,1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
CALENDAR. FORAPRIL^WOdi ?3 Dny of Week * i Z % 1 ? e 3 o o n ' ?? «... a .3 II M II M It.M. P.M.. 1 SUNDAY 0 0 0 52 12 20 10 20 2 Monday 0 7 B 51 1 10 11 18 3 Tuesday (I 8 6 50 2 0 A.M. 4 Wudnesilny 0 0 5 47 2 45 12 13 5 Thursday (I 10 6 40 8 ISO 14 1: j,\- ;,-„,. 11 in ; j/i J 11 a 12 7 Snturdnv 0 11 5 45 4 52 3 15 8 SUNDAY (i 12 5 42 5 31 4 32 i) Monday 0 13 5 41 0 13 5 21) 10 Tuesday 0 13 5 40 0 55 0 38 11 WudneHilay 0 14 5 39 7-33 7 48 12 Thursday I! 14 5 38 8 25 8 50 13 Friday 0 15 5 37 0 20 10 4 14 Saturday 0 Hi 5 38 10 Hi 11 8 15 SUNDAY 0 17 5 33 11 12 p.m. MS Momlny 6 18 5 32 a.m. 12 59 17 Tuesday 0 10 5 31 12 11 1 41! 18 Wednesday (! 10 5 30 1 10 2 20 j» rnursuny u zv a zy z ' » i' 20 Friday 0 20 5 28 3 4 3 42 21 Saturday 0 21 5 27 4 10 4 14 22 SUNDAY 0 22 5 20 4 o'.i 4 47 2:! Monday 0 23 5 25 5 47 5 1' 21 Tuesday 0 23 5 23 (I 41 5 50 25 Wednesday 0 24 5 22 7 35 (1 25 2(1 Thursday 0 25 5 21 S :!0 7 1 27 Friday 0 21! 5 20 0 SI 7 41 28 Saturday 0 27 5 10 10 15 8 24 2!- SUNDAY...
0FFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
OFFICE HOURS. 1'ust Olliee opens from Oa.in. to fl p.m On .Sunday from 0 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery, Sunday exeepted, by letter currier within tho municipal area ; carrier leaves ollice at 0 a.m. Telegraph office open from 9 a.m. to S p.m. Sunday exeepted. '_ Money Order and Savings Hank Office itpen from i) a.m. too p.m. daily [Sunday exeepted], and deposits are also received from 0 p.m. to 8 p.m on Saturday. Private boxes, feo £ per annum, pay-: able in advance, may be obtained on application at oHice, - enabling boxholderB to get their mail any day, Sunday in? eluded, from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. ' ' Letter pillars at Newtown and North IVga cleared at 0 p.m. Weather reports and arrivals of ! Mcanicr.-! posted regularly on board out 1 side of ollice. JAS. W. M'CUTCHEON, I Postiuastqr.
Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
Inter-District Summary. There are 53 typhoid patients in the Cobar hospital. On Monday thruo typhoid patients were admitted to Cooma hospital. At the Bibbenluke sports anFri UJl^ ITllO W1U1 *U jjUUOOCW tllU U.^Ul»U weight of a sheep (130 lbs). Tho R.C. bazaar held, at Ada minaby l*ist week is expected to xealise .£100. Folov'rf circus played at Cooma on Wednesday and Thursday ninhts, (show nights). , Rev. H. Fleming (Methodist), of Candelo, left for Port Macquario last Sunday. Mr. F. H. Piddington, manager of the Cowra bianch of tho Com mercial Bank died on Sunday from typhoid fever. Rev. Matthew Walker has been appointed Methodist minister at Cooma ' until the arrival of Rev. Rr N. Robson. Mr. R. Johnson, a compositor on tho Candelo Union, broke two of the fingers and Mio thumb, of his right hand on Monday last. In the course of an address at Corowa, on closer, settlement, Sir William Ly no favored Government resumption as opposed to a land tax. Man}' wqll-knoivn farmers are leavin...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
? SPORTING. Dramatic is nominated for the Coogoo Handicap, 7 furlongs, among rcit-liot company. Zola anil Bouclial-:i-Soggarth are among the candidate's for the second Hurdle Race- to be run on April 18. The annual meeting of members of the Candelo coursing club will be held at MoGrado's Hotel on Monday afternoon. G. Henderson rode four winning mounts at the Juneo races last week, including Ilotorua, the Cup winnor. On Monday the owner of Manin poto backed his horse for the Don caster and Cup double for ,£3000 at the rate of 100 to 1. Meaker and Clarke's sixth gas light handicap will be run at the Central Grounds on Wednesday night, 25tli April. The alteration in the definition of 'held' in' football will make the duty of the referee much easier and at me same tune miiite wuu pmj more open. Playing for Delegate on Satur % day P. Mcllvcen made 58 not out against Bombala. Delegate made 179 for 4 wickets and JBombala scored 104. ' Tho annual meeting of the Can delo tennis club was held...
MAILS CLOSE for [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
MAILS C1.OS10 for Sydney overland, via C'ooma, daily, Saturday escepted, at 10,'iO p.m. Sydney, per steamer, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m., unless steamers de layed. Oonlburn, Connia, Xiinitybelle, Mo nnro district ami Victoria, daily, Sun day excepted, at 7.30 p.m. Mnruyn, Milton, Batemnn's Bay, Nel li(!en, Coharjio, Quaama, Tilba' Tillin and Urogo. daily, .Saturday exeepted, at 10.30 p.m. Tatlira and Tatlira Road, Monday, ? Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10.30 p.m. Towamlm, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Wyndliam, via Pambula, Tuesday, TImrsdny ami Sunday, 10.30 p.m. Kden, Tambiila, Wolumlaand Slorim bida, daily, Saturday escepted, 10.30 p.m. Merimbula, via Jellat,- Thursday, 10. SO p.m. Ciindelo, Kameruka, Kanoona, daily, I0.S0 p.m. Tanja, 'Wapengo, Murrai. and Bermar gui, direct, Monday, Wednesday ami Friday at 10.30 p.m. Via Cobargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 10.30 p.m. Anglcdulc, Monday and Thursday at io.::o p.m. ' ' ' . Dnckjo, Tuesday and Friday at 10.3Q p.m.
THE PASSENGER LIST. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
THE PASSENGER LIST. AnnivALS. Passengers per steamer Eden which left Sydney on Thursday:— For Bormagui — Messrs. Blood smith. Beardinoro, Prenchard, Miss Bloodsmith. For Tathra— Misses D'Arcy, Evans, Rixon (2), Lewis. 1' or .Menmbiila— Messrs. Morgan and Nnte. For Eden—Mrs. Small and 2 in tho steerage. DKPAIlfuitES. Passengers by tho Allowrie for Sydney on AVednosday:— From Eden — Mrs. Bowman, Messrs. Nute and Rogers. For Morimbula— Miss Sawors, Mr. Burton. From lathra — Mesdames Jacombs (2) Simnionds, Rogers, Mel, Misses Jaconibs, Popplowell, Hart, Good, Collins, McGrath, Murphy, Mea lier, Mesdames Jonos, McPhee, Fil nier Messrs. Shiels, .Hammond, Collett, Abel, Doyle, AVhithin, Ja-: combs, Bateman, Collins, Bores* ford, Irvine, McGrath. For Bor magui — Mesdames Blanchlield, ijrawlev. Messi\-i nramim. »?„ ? McMahon. Rily, Blanchfiold, Balo. ? ? The-Now York Central Railro.ul lias obtained excellent results with an electric locomotive during trials ?rough snow. .With .eighteen nehos...
Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS AllIUVK from Sydney ovtrlaml, via Coiuiiu ami Hcnilioku, -lnily (hjuiidity cxi-utitud) nt 10.10 p.m. . Sydney, bysti'iiiiiur, Tuuadiiy and Fri tlny, limu uncertain. Omillinni, CVinina, Alnnani di.strict, Victoria and Kimtli-Wc-.sti'ni di.strictH, daily, .Sunday excepted, at 10.10 p.m. liruidwiiritl, Arnlnun, Jlornva, liodnlla, .Milt, in, lliiti-uian'H l!:iv, NiMli«eii, Uo liar^ii, Qiiiiama and I'.nign7 daily, Sun diiyuxi.-L-]ited, ut 7 p.m. Ttithru and Tatlira Hoad, Tnewday, Wi'diiLViliiy, I-Viduy and Saturday, tit'ti p.m. Ciindelo, Jfn^illa, 'Kunieriikn, iviinuo 1111, daily at T.Iio p.m. Tiin-niiiliii, Tiniliilliua, ISuckv Hall, Catliciirt, and Wyiidliuiii, via l'anibuln, Tuuiiihiy, Tliursday and Satun.Uiv at 7.:su p.m. . '. ? Eden,' Vninbulii, Wnliiuila, Oruiu'H Rat, .Milligandi wind .Murimljula, daily at 7.30 p.m. Merimlmln, via Jellut Jellitt, Kriday at 7 p.m. U'yndliam, Itm-ky Hall, 1'eriuoe and fiiiiTajriito, via Caiidelo, .Monday and Wednesd...
COOMA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
COOMA SHOW Splendid weather prevailed dur ing tho two 'days (.Wednesday, and Thursday) of Cooma Show, and the attendance was' good, A fe'.v awards interesting to local readers; Oonnbins' liiiire. V. Tarlihton lane 2; heavy gehling or mare, Y. Tar-, lintor. 1; light buggy hony, V. Tarlinton 2; hackney over -jumps 3ft. Gin. high, A. Hukins 1; bobt turnout in double harness, driven by a lady, W. Biaitling 1, V: Tar linton 2; scones, Mips Bateman (Hid Miss Tarlinton divided; cpecia for Bouncsj MirS Bateman'; loaf of bread, Miss Biitoiiiaij 1, Miss IS. A.. Tarlinton 2. Second Day: list hackney over 3ft. Gin., jumps, A. Ilukiiih' Cam phor 1,' Cooper's Shamrock 2; turn; out single harness, y. Tnrlinton; hunting contest, Shamrock 1, Canr phor 2, Skylark 3; high jump, Skylark (5Jt. 8in) 1, A. Ilukins-' Signal 2, ' '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
yOO'%WaLL SAVE MONEY I'-j SENDING YOUR ORDERS TO . . . .j __ ??_ ? __J iL-stf d. -*£^ -£^* ^s ^ (L-siSP JL a2*« s = _- , .-.,___«-=_,-_,=_ ,,,-_™ ? B^* THE CHEdE-A-IPIEST1 TK3 J i s SYDSEY. I ,i_ -..„ ? , ? ? ,._ ? _„ I B KST GOO m I LOW' EST PRICES ! J ^T WRITC FOR CATALOGUE. '^ I THP ???? RpfiA'- RITnniPT 1 i IOO. OE-O'/\'% KjULJkJKJtl a | -CIRCULATING- | \ ' I 'lirouq-hoLit the . Oxdeq-Jvioqaro jlf lectorate. i \ \ ?' '? ,r. . b. ? ?_ .? ' \ '' '^Tjte^illve' Newspaper of the South. ST^T) A ~3- A rn/'\'i'- link-blade Skims . Ciaane.st, Siniplest Construction, Easiest to Clean ?- '' * ' '''* fiST- 'LIGHTEST TO WORK. . ? r. SIZES— HAND-rOWER, .20 Gallons to 120 Gallons ; TURBINES, 77 Gallons to 150 Gallons. Send for DifticrlpHdn of Ir,lXIC-UL,AI)E SYSTEJr, Price List and Testimonials. Cream Coolers, Baiter Workers, Liiid Refrigerators, Milk Cans, Pumps, Engines, anil all Dairy Appliances quoted on application, W JIODER'ATE PRICES AND EASY TERMS. . -^E J. WHdridge and Sinclair, S2 PI...
Sydney's Big Blaze. AN ACRE AND A HALF OF DEBRIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
Spy's Big Blaze. AN ACRE AND A HALF , OF DEBRIS:' The fire which in the early hours of Saturday morning out a groat gap- in the warehouse section of the city. is one of the most serious con flagations Sydney has known, both in the extent of the innnotnrv Insq and the number of business firms affepted. . When the fire call was made at 1.46 a.m. the groat paper and stationery warehouse of Messrs. Edwards, Dunlop and Co., five storeys and basement, extend ing from Clarence to Kent-street, was blazing from end to end. The confectionery factory, of Messrs. ? Jas. Stedrnan, Ltd., and this firm's new premises next door, also ex . tending through the block, quickly followed. ? Then ? the firo attacked the smaller premises on the Er skine-street side, occupied by the Berlin Piano Co., Skinner's Cus toms agency, and J. J. Logg and Co. (signwriters) in Clarcricc street, F. Dickin (cabinetmaker), Cole Bros, (printers' roller makers) and J. W. Lyon' (importer) in Kent-street. This completes 'the...
"Tommy" Gee and Peter Collinson Close. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
'Tommy' Gee and Peter Collinson Close. At the recent Bega Quarter Ses sions Thomas Henry ? Gee was charged with wilful false swearing on the 28th' November, 1905. The charge arose out of a case heard before the Boga police magistrate on the date mentioned. On that twRiiRirm Gee was churned wit furious riding iu the street and several witnesses swore that lie galloped up the street while Gee was emphatic that his horse never got out of a trot. Hence the pro secution. There- was no doubt that Gee was very much under the influence of liquor, and every person in Bega. knows that 'Tommy' (to put it 'mildly) is of an eccentric disposition. The jury iaituu tu ugreu, iimi- u uu^u Litf hardihge remanded Geo to the next Sessions. Since then the Attorney-General has refused to file a bill against Gee. The case, locally, was generally regarded- as one which should never have been allowed to go before the Judge, and subsequent events go to show that popular opinion wasn't far wrong. During tho p...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
SPORTING. Skylark, Numbugga and Charles will compete at the Sydney show. Mr. E. M. Betts is to be one of the three stewards at the A.J.C, Autumu'Meeting. The Mitchcll-Searle sculling race for 7T100 aside takes placo on the Parramatta to-d.iy. It is announced by cable that Durna'n, the sculling champion purposes coming to Australia in September. Mackay has scored 1838 runs in N.S.W. Association matches thib season, the average per innings being over 100 111ns In' au hour and a half at Manly on Saturday Mackay and Diamond scored 309 runs without the loss of a wicket, match Burwood v. Middle Harbor. Players are requested to be on tho ground promptly at 2 o'clock for the match, Teachers v. St. John's Institute, this afternoon. The Teachers' Association on Saturday should ineludo in the business the question or holding an athletic demouonstration 'when the days are long and warm.' Armstrong's allround averages in New Zealand to-datc: Batting, iu innings, z nut uuis, 000 run1-, average 10...