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Farewell to Venerable Archdeacon Mell. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
Farewell to Venerable Arch . ^deacon Mell. Tiii: Tunvnt and Adelong '?Times' contains. a long report of the above event ''of which t'ii-j Bi'iksct can only'reprinta portion. The Mayor j (Alderman H. McNainara) pro- 1 sided; and said thai ho was sorry the Archdoacnn was lcavpi' Tu mut, and was sure that all inhabi tants 'of tlio district who knew the rev. .gentleman, no matter to what denomination they belonged, shared that feeling^ 'Mr'. Mell had proved hiinsdlf a most useful man in the community',' as lit) had always acted in tho bust interests of the district. ' Mr. II. M. Shelley then wade tiro presentation of an address and a purse of sovereigns. lie said when it became known that thu rev. 'gentleman at the Bishop's wish should leave Tutnut and' take up duties in another parish uni only by people of tin; Church of England but by tho whole com munity. l!ev. Father Cahill gave a most interesting and masterly address, every word of which, di-! gp.icu permit, wo would like to have r...
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
As You Like It 'I must have liberty Wlllml ns hiriw 11 i-lmrU-r us the wind. Tii blow mi whum I please.' —?'As you i.lkv it.' (Act II, sc. 7.) One of the proposed amendments to tho Arbitration Act submitted to Premier parrulhors by the deputa tion of the Unions provides 'for effective preference to unionists.' The Budget hopes that tho Premier will have enough backbone to put down bis foot in the most empha tic Jway on this class proposal. It is an iniquitous suggestion that the man with the Union tag should have the refusal of any job, and the non-unionist or free man should take his leavings (if any). The device is obviously one to 'force men into the Unions for political purposes. It could have no other object, for it is quite certain that tho unionist of to-c?ay doesn't want increased competition for every available job. To adopt this amendment would strike at the independence of the free la borer and establish a rule of in dustrial tyranny or blackmail. With regard to this prop...
Dry River Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
Dry River Athletic Club. Following are the starts for tho three principal events to be run off on the recreation ground on Easter 'Monday; — OPEXIXG HANDICAP— 100yds. ' yds ]$ Jonea . . . . . . 2 . .11 A McElroy .. ..3 TStclibings' .. .. VA G MuLuod . . . . 4 W IT Green .. .. '4 A Crumiiier .. ..5 L.N'icliol .. .. ---/! S Eoyil . . . . . . 7 . L PnVnell . . . . 7% E Helinger . . ? . 8 J Connors . . 8 JI Cliirlto .. ..8 V Kootsey .. . . 8 . JlJoyd .. .. .,8 J Eiifieltnan . . .. S'A V II 'Wright .. .. i) .rinskip ? .: ,. () II Turk.. .. .. ?)# \V .Tpssop .. .. 10 ft ICii«i)liiiun .. ..10 W Johnson . . ..10 \V G Chambers .. ?-.:,.. ]0 A EngeliiKUi . . . 12 51 McCarthy . ; ; . 12 1! Stnplutoa . . ? . ? . . 1:1 15A8TEH II ANDICA P— 1 liOytls. I-' Williains . . 2llS 1! A MeKlroy .. . .' 4 II DavidKfin r; '!- ?StGl)l-in-;8 .. ..5 G MuLuud ? (i W II G'ruca .; ' '?' '0 A Thoinas (a) . , . ; fl A Ctriiiiunur . , 0 WWlieatlev .. ' ' ' () 'Aii'lyCnJ .. :; 8. F Nicliiil .. . . jj If Meakt-r .. ,...
GASLIGHT HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
GASLIGHT HANDICAP. ? ? — -r ? * - . . MsAKF.n and Clarke's fifth gaslight handicap was run 'at flic central running grounds on Wednesday night. The tracks were brilliantly lit with acetylene jots, and were in tip top going order. In all about 57 runners 'competed, the Handicap providing 14 heats and a walk-over iiviho' first round. Mr. Jno. Un derbill was starter, and in all but one instance the runners in overy heat left their marks together. Mr. M. Clarke was master 'of tracks. During tho night several fast hoats'jjwcr.e run, McElroy, Stob bings and Green (throe strangers) making tho pace particularly hot in their sprints in the first round. Tho following dead heats wore run in tho first round: McUlroy and B. Shechiin, Staines and niieinborger and Howard and McGradc. In thu run-off between MuJSIroy and Slieehan the latter won, MulClroy breaking over twice. The promoters promptly declared all bets off. Messrs. H. Brainc andjW. A -Smitli wore (hu judges. About a dozen bookmakers wer...
PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
PAMBULA. Telephone communication has been granted to South Pambula receiving office and will be estabi N lished in a few days. On Saturday last two patients u-rv-n n/7mif.f nr] inin i]-\t% Inm I 1»r»c_ pital. One was a child of Mr. J. Longhurst of Six Mile Crook, the other a son of Mr. Monck near Whipstick. The former is suffer ing from- typhoid fever, the latter from a rupture which necessitated an operation. This was success fully performed by Drs. Stead and Howie last Saturday. Both pa tients are progressing satisfactorily. Last Sunday being nice and fine the beach was crowded with pic nickers. ? Among the passengers per Air lowrie on Wednesday from Me rimbula were Mrs. Timewell an4 (laughters. '-..'' At tho Police Court on Thursday some important cases under the new Liquor Act were heard before Mr. H. S. Hawkins. P.M. Fred. P. Ewen, Leonard Schafer and ? Sydney Schuback wore proceeded against under the provisions of the Liquor (Amendment) Act, that on the 28th January, not being...
From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. . The weather since last writing has been delightful, warm sunny days and cool nights. The appear ance of the country is beautiful, with evory prospect of a prospe rous winter. ?\tr. tt p Willijuiift on Monday entered into possession of the busi ness lately carried on by Mr. Jas. Ferguson, and Messrs. Thomas and Byrnes did likewise in Messrs. Ex coll and Malcolni's'storo. Senior-constable Towey and fa mily leave this week on holidays on a visit to the metropolis. A sub-committee has been formed to consider the advisability of erect ing a new supper room in connec tion with tho School of Arts, On Easier Saturday the local cricket club is to play Bombala at Candelo. The necessity of a bridge across the Caudelo Creek at what is known as Darrr.gh's Crossing was empha sised during the wot weather. At this spot the creek from Reedy Swam]) joins the main one, and the Hood waters washed a hole 6ft. .deep at the crossing. Ab a result all traffic lo and from ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
LOCAL AND GENERAL, Mr. Crowe, the Victorian Dairy Expert, says that milking ma- chines are being installed very &nbsp; &nbsp; rapidly in his State, and are giving general satisfaction. Mr. frederick T. Stennett, who &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; is well-known in Bega, was sworn in as a justice of the peace before Judge Docker at the Parramatta Quarter Sessions on Monday. * * * &nbsp; Three or four-school teachers from out Bemboka way have in- timated their intention to become members of the Bega District School Teachers' Association. * * * "I have been considering the &nbsp; question of prison labour," says &nbsp; Premier Bent, "and I am going to submit a scheme to the Cabinet. I propose to use prisoners to improve not only the land, but roads as well, and I propose to give them wages, so much per week, so that when they are set free, instead of being penniless, they will have a littl...
Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 April 1906
Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers' Reports. &nbsp; Wm. Rixon, auctioneer, reports that about 1000 head of cattle were &nbsp; yarded for his sale on Tuesday last, being mostly young cattle. Nearly every lot was cleared at the follow- ing prices:— Fat cows £4 17s to &nbsp; £7, 17s 6d, light bullocks, £6 14s to £7, forward store cows £3 10s 6d to £4 10s, yearling shorthorn steers £2 1s. 1½ to 2 yr old mixed steers £2 5s, 2 to 2½ yr old mixed steers £3 5s, yearling heifers £1 10s to £1 17s, poddy steers 8s to £1 6s 9d, store cows £1 7s to £2 13s 6d. Also 12 yards of pigs were sold at high prices, the demand being good; fats £1 16s 6d to £2 4s, porkers £1 8s, stores £1 3s 6d to £1 9s 6d, slips 13s 6d to 18s. E. I. Pell reports having held a most successful sale at the yards on Tuesday. A large number of cattle & pigs were yarded, every line being sold with the exception of a few small lots, which makes it the best sale held at the Bega yards since Se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
Talking Machines at Paling's. We stock both kindi — Pise 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 indestructible. Reliable instruments at Lowest Prices at Paling's, 338 George St., Sydney. 23 LOQIC ATTH§SS^^- To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper, SUGAR.— Qukkxhlakd, white as snow, 18/3 per 701b. bag; Companies I C or No..l, 701b. bag. 13/6; I.A. or I.W. Crystal, 13/0 701b. bag; Ao 3 or Light Brown, 12/0 701b. bag, b FU-1I™n~r'!''Y 0I'r',B Vai.'i'evi a splondid Baker's Flour, in 501b. bags, 8/6 per J°^lbs ; ,^mNT0N ' or Ull'LKSl'IE'». 'i 501b. bags, 8/0 lOOlbs, in 2001b Backs, 8/(1 per IOOIbs. ' TEA.— Our 'Golden Tip Ceylon, at 1/- per lb., is without a doubt the best value ever .offered, ' once tried always used,' in 3 x 0 x 10 and 201b. tins, or larger quimtites. High Grown Ceylon, a bo...
TATHRA PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
TATHRA PICNIC RACES following are the handicaps for tho irincipnl events at Tntlira Picnic Races, o be run on Kaster Monday:— Opening Handicap, 5 furlongs, st. lb. Pisturbtineo ?? ? ? Ji o Buss ?? ?? ?? \°n % Knniniba ? }' % Dresden ? ,„ o Wnlly ? °. ]- Sweethenrt .. ?? M! , Luck now ? „ i Aimee ? \ % Tornh .. ?? ?? 1% Bumbra ? ? ' » ,f Mnbtsl ? 9 n I-Timlli) Race, 1# mile. ITntmv . . ? ? ' '* ? * nrSn :: :. ?.. ™}\ Hiawatha.. .. ????,, Major ? 0 11 Knnunba ? }° 1k Sweetheart .. ?? 12 1 ?' Lneknon* .. ?? '?'?'}„„ Cmft ? ? JO 2 Cambric .. ?? ?? i Clinmto .... ?? 10 - ' ? IHutjh Koso ?? ?? ? » ???' ' Tornh .. ..; ?? '11 Laborer . . ? . ? ? ? ' ' Picnic liiiiKlicnp, « furlongs, nistui-biinre ... ?? '?»' ,' J!i*s ? ? »}2 . Kurninba ? ;; *f Dresden .. ... ' ?????]£?'? lliawntha.. ...... ?« '-J Wnlly .:.. ?? ?? 0.1-' Aimue ? ?' l 'Turnh .. ........ »1 Itlusli Itos-e -'.,.. ?? 5 '' .. ' Mabel .. ?? ?? « \ ' Laborer .. ?? .?'?.,' Local Handicap, 'A mile. Major ?.. .. ?? 1)| 0. Jcllat Jellat...
ROAD TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
ROAD TENDERS. Thk following tenders wore opened at the Bega Courthouse on Monday at noon. Contract No. 30-05-06, deviation road Candelo to Wyndham. William Tonkin £324 13 8 John Guthrie 355 G. Hyland, jun. 399 19 W. Frazer 419 11 P. J. Collins 423 16 G. R. Phillips 439 3 J. C. Behl 485 P. McHugh 419 Contract No. 32-05-06, Bega to Bermagui. H. E. Edgar £19 19 H. Power 20 G. Wilson 24 W. Folland 28 16 8 W. Tonkin . 29 14 M. Clarke . 29 18 9 G. Hyland, jun. 32 9 2 J. Whito 34 17 8 Alex. Munro 36 15 Jno. Moloney 39 10 Contract No. 31-05-06, Bega to Tathra, , metalling Russell's Hill deviation. William Frazer £195 15 P. J. Collins 198 Fleet Hcnwood 199 13 9 M. Clarke 200 5 Jno. Guthrie 213 J. C. Behl ? 219 G. Wilson 222 10 A. Munro 275 15 P. McHugh 247
BURRAGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
BURRAGATE. During the recent flood immense 'beans of rubbish were left on the road at the Hooky Hall crossing, and the maintenance men have been busy clearing them away. The local crickcterB played a match against the Wyndham team on the latter's ground on Saturday. The Wyndhamites were victorious on the first innings. A travelling show by the name of Ridge Bros. Variety Company played two nights here. The tum bling aud trapeze work were very good. Miss J. Sawers leaves this week for Sydney where she intends residing.
FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
FROM THE BULLETIN. 'Gip' : Why are bush girls so stolid? Why,, aren't they bright, like town girls? I have been eigh teen months in the bush, and I haven't met a slim, graceful girl with an elastic step and bright voice yet. And they're as plenti ful as grass-seeds in the city. Is it too .much sheep and cow that makes them heavy and hairy-faced and thick-ankled? And is it be cause they don't read, and have no matinees to go to and no actors to worship, that they can't converse, and only drawl things about the weather. Even frills and boys don't seem to interest them much. *?**:? Obvious. — Boozer Bill: 'Say, Billy, some of those pictures cost thousands of pounds.' Billy the Wreck: 'You wouldn't catch me givin' it for them.' * * * 'N.J.H.': Two raw police offi cers in N.Q. effected the capture of a gin, wanted for some offence. The senior, leaving Johnny Raw in charge with instructions not to let the gin out of his sight, started for a second camp to look for another 'wanted.' Direct...
From Our Correspondents, ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
From Our Correspondents. ? a.. — ROCKY HALL. Since the heavy rains the .wea ther has been cloudy, with only a couple of warm days. Tho nights are keen. - Mr. W. Rixon, of Bondi, was the victim of a petty theft on Monday. He was camped with his team be tween Burragnte and New Build ing, and while absent from his waggon for about an hour some mean skunk had stolen two bags of Hour of 501bs. each. Mr. James Norris, of Bega, late representing Messrs. Bealc and Co., piano manufacturers, was here dur ing tho past week; also several other agents. Rocky Hall is ap parently a good place for business. A number of our residents have gone to the Sydney Show. Mr. 11. Booth has just returned from a trip to the Darling Downs, Queensland. Maintenance men are doing good work on the roads in this district, which were terribly cut up by the Into rains. ? Humoured -that a popular local couple are to be married shortly.
ODDS AND ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
ODDS AND ENDS Lieutenant-General Lord de Ros, premier baron of England has just completed his 61st year of service in the British Army, and although 78 years of R^e he is on duty this month a* Uolilstickin Waiting to the King. It is difficult to see how much nearer death a man can go than did Johannes Lellolivin, a Dutch sailor, who has just been discharged from the London Hospital. While riding on the top of a Blackwall omnibus in Commercial-road he cut his throat with a razor. The driver, with rare presence of mind, turned his horses, and drove his vehicle full of passengers to the front door of the London Hospital. An anaesthetic was out of the question, and the man, who lost a large amount of blood, was held down by three assistants while the surgeon sewed up his windpipe and the wound in the throat. The naval programme of the Japanese Government has in terested the British shipbuilding firm of Armstrong, and, according to news by the mail steamer Nikko Maru yesterday, it has de...
The Mitchell-Sarle Match WON BY MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
The Mitchell-SjBarlB Match WON BY MITCHELL. Tlie sculling raco between Jobn Mitcbcll and Jobn Searle, whicb took place on Saturday afternoon on tbe Paramatta River, was favored with delightful weather, whilst the water was smooth and in every way suitable for such a contest. Doubtless owing to the numerous and powerful counter attractions, tho attendance on the accompanying steamers did not conic up to expectations, but, on tho other hand, it may bo that the tariff (10/ and 5/) was somewhat too high. Up the river very con siderable interest appeared to be taken in tho match, and there wore large crowds on thu various well known points of vantage, especi ally at Corroy's, Gladi'sville. Abbotsford, and Ilonlcy wharves, and also on the shores around the finishing point. Tho umpire's steamer, tlie Lady Kuwsou, was very poorly patronised, but there was a good crowd on tho .cheaper steamer, the Greyhound. The I'ress wero accommodated with a special steamer, the well-known Lady Hopetnun be...
THE PASSENGER LIST. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
THE PASSENGER LIST. Arrivals. Passcugers per steamer Eden:— For ltarmagui: Mr. K. 11. Allen, tint Misses Hardie, Griffiths, tanahen, Mrs. Hur dle. For Tathra— Master Munday, tho Misse: Fowler, Limitation, Priteluud, Cousins, Wallis, Thomas, Booth, Con nelly, lxignn, Mesdames Manning, WiilUs, Monteith, Av.ar, Jess, MuriiUiy, Schuback, Messrs UownthuU, IJew'isi, Fowler, Byrnes. For M«rlni\mia — MeBsrs Cornell, McKenney, Livingstone, Steward, the Misses Aithworth, Owv Vey. Fi r Eden — Messrs. Cluilm 1 era and Dohurty and one in thu 8tu-!i°- 1 ftg«.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
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CALENDAR FOR APRIL 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
CALENDAR \l^R-APRIL^1903}ii 5 ; | '-^ —'*'.?:; 3- | 'f; b ^ 'Day of Week - 5 -# ' « f t- ? B 3 o , O ? I'; : = . S ? ..|- ,^ - ' ' - II M II M it.M. P.M. 1 SUNDAY 6 0 5 52 12 20 It 21). 2 Momlny (i 7 G 51 1 J.0 10 18. 3 TueHdny G 8 5 50. 2 0 a.m. 4 Wednesday 0 (I 5 47 2 45 1213 5 Thursdny 0 10 5 40 3 80 ,1 . 4 6 Friday 0 10 5 40 .4 11. .2,12 7 Saturday ? Oil 5 '45 .4 52 3 15 8 SUNJUY 0 12 5 42 5 '31 4 32 0 Monday 0 18 5 41 013.5 20. 10 Tuesday 6 13 5-40 -0-55 -0 38 11 Wednesday 0 14 5 39 7 33 '7 48 12 Thursday 0 14 5 38 8:25 8 50 13 Friday . 0 15 5 37? 1) 20 10 4 14 Saturday 6 10 5 30 10 1(1 11 8 15 SUNDAY 0 17 5 31) U 12 p.m. 10 Monday 6 18 5 32 a.m. 12.59 17 Tuesday (i li) 5 31 12 11 .1 40, 18 Wednesday 0 1!) 5 30 .1 10 2 20 19 Thursday ' 0 20 5 20 2 14 3 13 20 Friday 6 20 5 28 3 4 3 42 21 Saturday 0 21 5 27 4 10 4 14 22 SUNDAY li 22 5 20 4 53 4 47, 23 Monthly 0 23 5 25 5 47 5 17 24 Tuesday 0 23 5. 23 li 41 5 50 25 Wednesday (i 24 5 22 7 .85 li 25 26 Thursday (i 25, 5 21 8 ISO 7 1...
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE ZEJ^E&ILfS' ZD.A/3TS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chapteb VIII.— Continued. An ineffectual attempt was made early in 1874 to obtain an uncon ditional pardon; then suddenly the news of the bushranger's release was sprung upon the public — for. hitherto the negotiations had been known only to tho chief authori ties, the prisoner, and the prisoner's relatives. The news came through the press reports of proceedings in Parliament. Three months more of the ten years of imprisonment which the Governor had fixed as the limit of Gardiner's punish ment only had to run when an in-, quisitive member of tho Legisla tive Assembly asked the Colonial Secretary if it was true that the Government intended to release the prisoner before the expiration of the sentence passed upon him; and if so, when was that intention to be carried into effect? Tho ques tion wus asked on April 29th, 187-1. The answer was given at once; Mr. Pnrkcs produced and read petitions, recommendations a...