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A Live Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
A Live Agricultural Society, Casino is apparently a live town. For Show nights a splendid pro gramme has been arranged to take place on the agricultural grounds which will be brilliantly lighted for the occasion. Bagpipe and dancing competitions, buckjump ing competitions, with . special prizes for Highland costumes and other attractive items arc provided, and there's no doubt the Society will make a pot of money out of the business. The Budget has- always held that any Agricultural Society should take full advantage of the opportunity . it. creates for making money by running enter tainments each evening of the Show. As it is, the itinerant circus or variety company in a legitimate way 'do' the Shows throughout the State, and from each town carry away hundreds of .pounds; . If each Society were to hold an ontev tainment on .Show evenings, it would raise money which could be used for carrying .o\it those .many, improvements required on -nearly every showground. ? . .And the ob jecti...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
CRICKET Os Saturday afternoon teams re presenting St. John's Institute and the Teachers played one of the most exciting matches of the Ben son. St. John's batted first 'and only succeeded in compiling 63. The batsmen of the toani made u wry poor display, Blaxlnnd nnil Kable having them fairly stuck u p. Os. Richardson and .Reynolds ' hit out freely and each batsman played confidently, the former making 14 and the latter 20. Bhix land's bowling for the first few overs was a long way too good for the batsmen, coming off the pitch at great pace. Kable, bawling a medium paced ball at the other end, was also right on the spot. The Teachers opened with bad luck, two batsmen being imme diately run out, the result of smart handling of the ball by wicket keeper Travers. Blaxland was dismissed by a yorker from Bate man, and immediately hats flew up in the air — the champion was gone. Bateman then struck form and dismissed two more batsmen in quick succession. Nugent joined Sullivan, and the p...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
SPORTING. Torchlight handicap at Pambula to-night. Messrs G. F. King and D. Blanch fiuld will each have a hunter competing at the Sydney show. There were 65 nominations for the Edon Rifle. Club's two day's shoot which concludes to-duy. After exercising over the hurdles at Randwick on Thursday morn ing last Zola bled from the nos trils. The annual ''meeting of the Cobargo football club will be held next Saturday night at Hummoud's hotel. Mr. A. Bower, the Candelo crack pigeon shot is going to Sydney to compete in a big match to be shot off during Easter. Candelo football club's first practice this season was poorly attended. Football weather hasn't arrived yet. Manns and Young's eleventh gaslight handicap will be run at Candelo on Wednesday, 18th inst. Nominations close to-night. The annual meeting of members of the Candelo Athletic Club ad journed from Thursday of last week was to have been held last night. Fred. Roberts, of Wellington (N.Z.) played in 29 matches out of 32 during th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
ADVERTISING 1 SINGLE COLUMN— First Inch 3s, every succeeding Inch la. Cd. DOUBLE COLUMN— First Inch, 5b, every succeeding Inch 2s. (kl. gar SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR i STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. i Address : CHURCH -ST., B E Q A. THE NEWSPAPER — OF — THE SOUTH. LIVE LEADING ARTICLES, TOPICAL PARAGRAPHS, IXTEU-DISTKICT NEWS. Attractively Written and Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
WEAR ONLY^* — , ? ? ;, McMUKTBIE'S i BOOTS! EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED! ^ea! YeaTYea ! -THE IFAMOTTS YORK CASTLE BRAND. EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample Packets Free. F. ft. CLHRK, Sole ftgent. X-EGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BUXUND. B.A. g)F PUPILS prqpnroil, privately or otherwise, for all University Exami nations, Bankers' Institute, and Federal Service Examinations, SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. pHURCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, —BEG A.— t0F' Under the auspices of Chnroli of Eng. Doa. Inst., Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and PAY PUPILS, under the care of the Dcaconess-in-chargo. Terms and information on appUca 100 to DEACONESS. 'Solly's' Saloon, —is — ? ? , &T CHURCH STREET, BEGA, (Next Council Chambers; ) . The Hairdresser & Tobacconist. THIS SHOP is STOCKED with ALL the Choice and Popular BRANDS of TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, and other Requisites for the Smoker. &T&. COMPETENT HAIRDRESSER from SYDNEY in CHARGE. RAZO...
Inter-District [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
Inter-District Paspalum gras? the North Coast | to gather the seed for market. One day last week 132 children attended tiie Pambula public school which boasts of only two teachers! The Premier has promised a grunt of £250 to the Cooma District Hospital. For the Casino show 3437 entries have been made — horses 670, cattle 652. Miss Alice Em'mott pupil teacher at Moruya public 'school h,as re signed her position. ' .' Mr. D. Buckley has; sent about 4 tons of stone to Cockle Creek from Bimbimbie mine, near Mogo. The parcel is estimated to go 4ozs to the ton. A recent crushing of 32 tons, from Smith and Frazer's mine at Lonsdale's Creek (Nerrigundah,) gave a return of 58j|ozs. A movement has been started for the establishment of telephone communication between The Murrah and Bermagui. The well-known draught stallion Young Argyle will be exhibited at the Sydney show, and afterwards offered for sale. Whale feed is plentiful along the coast, and a number of finbacks have been seen about Tw...
TORCHLIGHT HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
TORCHLIGHT HflNDlCAP. Below arc the Bjnrts for the Madden :and Jjiw'h Torchlight Handicap, to be run at the Club Hotel, Pambnln. to-night, 11th April, commencing at 7.30 p.m.:— yds yds A. O. Manns 7 \V. Burgess., la II. Elliott .. 7% II. Wood .... 12 I'. StebbinL-s 7tf I). Bnckctt .. 12 T. Simpson.'. 7Jf XV. Taber.... 12 A. Weppler.: 1}( L. AnilerHon 12 J. Corbett .. 8 A. Grubb ? Y2% \l. Mnmbla(a) 8 C. Breen .... 12J£ C. Oreen (a) 8 A. Ashby.... Vl% .1. Britten.... 8)4 G. Gough... . 12# II. McGrade 8# C. Egging. ... 12# Ran. Robert- «. Jones .... 12^ son ? 8-£ E. Cole . .... . V2-£ ' ♦Visitor .... 8# ' JO. A. Cole.. 12J£ . J. Scully .... 8^ W. Heron .:*12# ' W. Ross ? 8J^ * Vincent .... 12}£ S. Petrie .... 83? A. Laing . ... 12tf F. Tuinier. . . . i) G. Smith . . . . 12^ W. liobertKon it A. White .... 12^ F. A. Taylor 0j4 W. Law...... 12# . A. Cruininer 9)4' W. Smart.... 12^ S. Thomas . . ®'/i E. Thickness 12K (J. Brittun .. !-K W. Kauter. . 12# \V. Wheatley '.)}( .1. Liudwnll.. 12J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
BEGA RIFLE CLUB.' riMlli NEXT MATCH will take place JL on tho 25tii and 28tu APRIL, 10015. Ranges 300 yards and 500 yards. Limit Go yards. . ? . r' ~~ NOTICE. MR. F. II. GILLARD is apppbinted Agent for the 'Bkua Bought' in Cobargo and is authorised to receive uionoys for and on behalf of that paper. WILLIAM BOOT, Proprietor, Bkcia Buuokt. V ; NOTICE. T~ ANY PERSON TRESPASSING on tho RACECOURSE FARM from this date other than those supplied with a written authority from the Bega Dis trict Jockey Club, will bo prosecuted without-respect to person. D. SIIEEHA.N. ISega, Oth April, WOtt. ? * PATRONISE THE * * Bemboka Show —.TO nE 1IEI.U OX—: Wednesday '...I Thursday, 2otii and 20tii instant. Beautiful Grounds, Excellent Ap pointments, Attractive Programme: — Water Jump— First Prize £i 4a, second 10a 0d; Pony Water Jump, under 14 hands; Open Hunting Contest', Maiden Hunting Contest; Trotting in saddle mid Inn-ness; Wood Chopping Content; Log Sawing Contest; Sheop Uog Trials. A; Liberal Pri...
The Passion Play. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
The Passion Play, Tub Oberammergan Passion Play or dramatic representation of the sufferings of Christ, is not a revival of a medieval mystery or miracle plav. but took its nso from avow innde by the inhabitants in 1033 with tbo hope of staying a plague then raging. The original texts ami arrangements wero probably .'made by the monks of Ettal, a nionastry a little higher up the valley but they wore carefully remodelled by the parish Priest at the beginning of the last century, when the Oberamincrgan play obtained exemption from the general suppression of snch performances by ..the. Bavarian Government.' - The' musio was 'coin nosed .by TR.-. Dedler-' 'jchoolmastcr of the parish in ISM. The performances ti.ke place on the Sundays of summer, in a large open air theatre holding GOOD persons, and each lasts about !) hours, with a short intermission' at noon. Each scene from the history of Christ is prefaced by a tableau of typical import from the Old. Testament. About 700 actors are re...
Reception to the Venerable Archdeacon Owens Mell. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
Reception -to the Venerable Archdeacon Owens Hell. So soon as it was known when Archdeacon Moll would ar rive in Bega arrangements were made by the parishioners to give Uanou Martin's successor a fitting reception, and it was decided that tlio new rector, his wife and Miss Moll should he entertained at a garden party in tlio pretty grounds of the Deaconess High School. There was a good attendance. ? Un fortunately Messrs. Win. Iiixon and P. II. Wood (wardens) were ?pre- vented from attending owing to in disposition, while another warden (Mr. James Hixon) was absent from the district. In the absence of these gentlemen Dr. Evershed, one of the oldest churchmen in the parish, was called upon to read the following address: — ; To Archdeacon Owens MkiI i Rev. Sir,— On behalf of the churchwardens (whom we all re gret are unavoidably absent from this most important function ) and the parishioners of St. John's, Bega, I have very great pleasure in ex tending to you, Mrs. Moll and Miss Mell ...
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
THEY SAY: That John Norton lias had a lot to say about a recent affiliation case ; and That the people would like to hear somethfng from 'honest John' about he Willis business — he has been singu larly quiet about this matter. That a Sydney butcher expressed the opinion that 'Although some meat wasn't fit for human food it might do for sausages,' That many good cricket judges are oi opinion that MacKay's display at Manly surpassed anything ever done by Trumper, That nearly every country newspaper lias adopted without acknowledgment a par from the Budget stating 'that many ocal residents purpose being present at the Sydney show !' and That this habit of plagiarism is most reprehensible — tho ''Budget' claims the paragraph, as original and appearing first in this paper, ? That every tune a. local paper is stuck up for a par it dashes oif a bit oi bad grammar about the subscriber who does n't receive bis paper regularly. That the Casino show schedule in cludes wood-chopping, dancing, b...
THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. Tub announcement Hint tho Kev. K. W. )!i i.-iirumbe would produce a rcpresenl.'i liini of iliihmm limit's famous picture 'Tho Light of the Wi.rld' at a lantern lecture ilruw n crowded Ikkihii on Sunday night, the . School of Arts hall and gal lery being packed, and numbers unable to gain admittance. Air. liriscombo was generally commended for his thmightfulness in securing a photograph oi the famous picture which the great majority has not had an opportunity of seeinjr. A long-drawn 'Ow-h-h' from a section of tho audience when the lights wore turned out drew from Mr. Bris combe a stern reproof, aud n reminder that the service that night was an actof worship, just as though they were in church. Any one who came there that night out of curiosity and were not dis posed to regard the service as sacred, wero invited to leave. The lecturer gave a. short history of tbo picture which represented the .Saviour in the stillness of tho night, stamling at a door lantern i...
(BY CABLE) London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
IBv GablkII. ?'?.'?'- London, Monday. Churchill's speech on Friday is interpreted in Johannesburg as a tardy and reluctant concession by tho Imperial Government. Canip bell-Bannerman emphasises the Government's .desire for concilia tion 'ami harmony i n Sou th Africa, and justice and equality ,. for jail whites. The Goygrninenl's''o'es7r'ej he said, was to-'- maintain*-' British supremacy in the sub-continents. The 'Times' correspondent at Johannesburg states that the hands of the clock had been put back many years by tho events of the last few months. The British Prime Minister says that he hopes the settlement of the Algerian difficulty will lead to a 'diminution of the frightful military burdens of tho nation?, and that Groat Britain will act as an ex ample in this respect. ? The rebel chief Bai;ibaata has entered Zululaiul pursued jiyjtl}ou sands of loyal -natives. ' '. Mt. Vesuvius has ejected thou sands of incandescent rocks ,3000ft into tho air. The base of the mountain suffe...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, :Fridnv. The ketch Algerian struck a reef on a desert island. . The crew was rescued by a passing vessel after undergoing great hardships. At the Premiers' Conference yes terday a long discussion took place on the liraddon clause. . The pro posal that tho chiuseshould be con tinued in perpetuity was resented by Mr.Deakin, who described it as sheer madness. ? The Premiere'1. ^Conference con sidered Hie qu6stfonf of Immigra tion and decided that the work of advertising and shipping arrange ments should bo left in the hands' of the government. At tho Premiers' Conference it was proposed that '?Norfolk, Island should be administered' by ' the Federal .Government by ordinance in Council, the same as New Guinea. . t The Minister for Defence says that Australia will shortly have the finest artillery in the world and the finest weapons invented. And he added, he believed ^Australia was in a position to meet any probable emergenc3'. ' ?_ . Kyrie has a majority of 64...
Bega District Teachers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
Bega District Teachers' Association. Tick Bega District Teachers' As sociation held n' mooting at the Boga District School on Saturday, 7th April, Mr. Insyoctor Smith, B.A., being in the chair. Mr. Smith, on rising to open the meeting said:--' Fellow-teachers, I thank you very greatly for the honour you have done me in elec ting me president of your, associa tion. I ain.vcry often away from. Bega, but as. you have been to so much trouble -in^ ' drawing up a syllabus of work', fixing dales' of mooting, I shall do my best to bo in Boga at those times'; and if I can be of any assistance to you, I shall bo vory plcascd.j' Mr. Sullivan, the secretary of tho association, then road tho minutes of last mooting. It was then moved by Mr. Cuniiir.ghani and seconded by Mr. Nugent that tho minutes bo adopted. This was carried. The recommendation of a sporls mccting was then opened for dis cussion. Mr. Schuback proposed that a sports meeting should be held, coupled with 11 show of educational wor...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 April 1906
LOCAL AIM GENERAL, Reported that Mr. J. C. O'Roilly has taken over the mail contract from Candelo to Cathcart. * .- « ?:« -The following., oyster culture leases have been surrendered: N.os. 3020 and -3021, .William Latin, Nelson Lake,- 200 and 300 yards respectively.- ? \ ? ? * . ' « ?» At. the Cooniu show social held on Wednesday night last Mr. limit ling promised-. a silver cup'or :i do: na'tion. as, a prize for bust, lady driver .next year. « iC- -:? D. Grant and Co., ofWymlhiitn, announce that they have buyers for a largo number of heifers :my ago, also for gntid colored bullocks, steers and' store cows. « ?:!:? « At Webb's Cruuk, near Ant'lo dale durinp; thci luttor part of the week, Mr. A. Sharpe shot a full grown fox. Jioyuurd w:«s pnibubly 'snooping' round for so:nu Easlor poultry. -X « « It ia notified that the following 'C.P., lias been declared forfeited, 'such 'forfeiture In tnko offeut thirty clear dnys after ?Hhinst.: SOauros, parish Beriiiiigui, portion No. 191, Archi...
SECTION IV—MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906
Section IV— MISCELLANEOUS. Class s d 1.— Best collection of pansies ..50 2. — ,- ,, ,, carnations.. 5 0 3. — ,1 ,, ,, geraniums.. 5 0 4. — ,, ,, ,, cosmas . . 5 0 (All the alK-ve flowers must be grown by exhibitor.) 5. — Best three buttonholes.. ..2 0 6.— „ arranged basket of flowers 2 6 7. — „ three ferns, in pots ..20 8.— „ flowering begonias ..26 9. — ,, hand bouquet by girl under 16 years . , ..26
SCHEDULE. SECTION I—CHRYSANTHEMUMS. (cut blooms) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906
- — 7~° SCHEDULE. 0-7-— Section I— CHRYSANTHEMUMS, (cut blooms^ Class s d 1. — Best single bloom . . . . 2 (i 2.— „ three dark blooms, one or more varieties . . ..26 3. — „ .three white blooms, one or more varieties . . . . 2 6 4. — „ three yellow blooms, one or more varieties . . ..26 6. — ,, six blooms . . ' . . . . 5 0 0. — ,, twelve blooms . . . . 10 0 7. — ,, six blooms, for person who has never won a prize ..50