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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

BEQA RIFLE CLUB. THE NEXT MATCH will take place on the 25th and 28th APRIL, 1006. Ranges 300 yards and 500 yards. Limit 65. NOTICE. MR. F. H. GILLARD iH apppointed Agent for tho 'Beoa Budget' in Cobargo and is authorised to receive moneys for and on behalf of that paper. WILLIAM BOOT, Proprietor, Beqa Budget. NOTICE. ANY PERSON TRESPASSING on the 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. SHEEHAN. Begn, Oth April, lflOO. NOTICE. MR. McKERN, Dentist, will be ab sent from Bega from Saturday, 14th April, but will resume practice upon his return from Sydney on April 24th. ' Piano-Tuning and Re felting. HAVING arranged with MESSRS. NICHOLSON and CO., LTD, Piano Importers, of Sydney, for the ser vices of a COMPETENT TUNER and REPAIRER, orders addressed to the undersigned will receive prompt atten tion, £W Rcteltlng a Speciality. JAMES NORRIS, Bega. A FEW DAYS 0NLY1 ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Rabbit Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

The Rabbit Problem. (By Retailer.) The all-absorbing and of course interesting topio of conversation amongst land and stock owners generally is how are we to cope with the rabbit pest, or whether 'the mtie aevu is 10 oe anowea 10 eat the bottom out of the milk pail. A good many approve of Dr. Danysz' scheme, while others view the pro ject with the eye of the alarmist, contending that - two millions sterling wont eradicate the in stalled disease when it becomes firmly established. This is no more rational or irrational a view than the one held by many— that the rabbit will destroy the land for grazing, and dairying purposes within the space of four or five years from now. Anyhow, there appears to bo perfect unanimity among the inhabitants of Bemboka on one point — that the Stock Board is absolutely of no service in the mitigation of the increase of the rabbit. And further, these same people are unanimous on the point that the scalps of rabbits should be paid for. - Some say that one ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

ODDS AND ENDS Australia scema to possess two new records — for .cackling politi cians and laying hens. The dredge Tethys, built at Glas gow for the New South Wales Government, arrived in Sydney on Mnndav. She is intended for bar harbour work on the Nortli Const. The Postal Conference has been opened in Rome. Great Britain asks that New Zealand may be granted a separate vote, and the Transvaal and Orange River Colony each a vote or one vote between them. The 20th annual session of the N.S.W. Grand Lodge of the Inde pendent Order of Oddfellows, M. U., opened on Tuesday. There were upwards of 100 delegates from all parts of the State. The Order has now 129 branches in N.S.W. , being an increase of ten since last report. The net increase of members was 609, and the present membership totalled 10,018. The fashion in ladies' hats is in a state of transition. Enormous bunches of cock's feathers wave over some of the new hats like the feathers on a military helmet. Large crowns and narrow m...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

SPORTING. Doncaster Handicap to-day and Sydney Cup on Easter Monday. Narooma regatta on Eastor Mon day. A programme of sports on shore has also been arranged. A membor of the Painbula rowing club At present in Sydney lias been empowered to purchase a couple of skiffs. Wes. Zingel reckons that there are numbers of gaslight pedestrians in Boga who would get a mark good enough to win off in Sydney. At a meeting of the N.S.W. Rugby Union on Monday, the fol lowing dates were fixed for matches with Queensland, June 23 and 30: Sydney, July 21 and 28. A six-mile bicycle road race at Bombala on Wednesday was won by W. Denner (4j^ minutes start). B. Kerrison (scratch) made the fastest time. W. Wheatlov (ft3/O was disnuali fied for three months at Pambula on Wednesday night for his running in the 7th heat, won by A. Crummer off dj4. 'Billy' Chambers and Allan Wright are expected to be in the final of the Dry River handicap — 'wind, bars and weather per mitting.' Zola has been scratched for the...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conveyance of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

Conveyance of Mails. The following particulars of contracts entered into for the conveyance of post office mails from 1st January, 1906, are published in the 'Commonwealth Ga zetle'of'th instant fur general infor mation : — Ulliululla.Terincil, lSonan larah, Bato man's Bay, Mogo, Mullenderreo and Moruya, 54 miles, ti times a week: ve hicle, £200; terminating 31st Dec, 1!K)8. Samuel Averell, Moruya. Tathra, TathraRoail, and Bega (eon tractor to convey mails between Boga and Merimbula at 10s per trip when re quired), 12 miles; four times a week on steamer davs, pasnenger coach, £25; ter minating 31st December, 11)07. Alex. MuPlice, Bega. Pambula and Merimbula, 4 mi!es, 6 times a week, two-wheeled vehicle, one horse, £35 10s; terminating 31st Dec., 11M38. W. F. Taylor, Pambula. Pambula, South Pambula, Pipeclay Creek, and Yowaka, 4 miles, 6 times a week, sulky or horeeback, £4!) 10s; ter minating 3 1st December, l-)07. Donald Laing, Pambula. Eden, Lower Towamba, Towamba, Pericoe, and Ya...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

MISCELLANEOUS The King and Queen Alexandra have sent ,£200 as a- contribution to the Courrieres Disaster Fund, France. A Molong business man has pro mised a cradle for the use of tho hrst-born or every local couple who tnarry thiB year. The Lord Mayor of Sydney has forwarded 250 guineas to the Con sul-General for France, for the relief of sufferers by the Currierea mining disaster. The Ballina 'Times' says that the present fresh running out has swept more sand out of theentrance of the Richmond River than all the dredges removed in the last nine years. The Government has made a peremptory di/mand on the Albury Borough Council fur the payment ? of the arrears duo in connection with. the debt on the waterworks. So scarce is the supply of domes tic servants in New York that an untrained girl can obtain £5 per month as wages, while properly trained young women received two guineas a weok. The, recent matinee at the Theatre Iloyal in aid of the Victor Daley Fund realised over j£300, and ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR APRIL, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

CALENDAR FOR APRIL 1906. M ? ? ? ? . I g s | ? $ : .'=»?? -J « « ? & ?5 Day of Week ' B c a & § £ J 3 II M II M B.M. P.M. 1 SUNDAY (J (I 5 C2 12 20 11 2i) 2 Monday 0 7 5 51 1 10 10 18 3 Tuendny ? 6 8 5 50 2 0 a.m. 4 AVednesdny 0 0 6 47 2 -15 12 1J 5 Thursday 0 10 5 40 3 30 1 4 6 Friday . . 0 10 5 40 4 11 2 12 7 Saturday . 0 11 5 45 4 52 3 15 8 SUNDAY G 12 5 42 5 31 4 32 5) Monday 0 13 5 41 6 13 5 2(- 10 Tuesday 6 13 5 40 0 55 0 38 II Wednesday 6 14 5 39 7 33 7 48 12 Thursday 6 14 5 38 8 25 8 50 13 Friday 0 15 5 37 9 20 10 4 14 Suturday 0 10 5 30 10 10 11 8 15 SUNDAY 0 17 5 33 11 12 p.m. 16 Monday 0 18 5 32 a.m. 12 59 17 Tuesday 0 19 5 31 12 11 1 40 18 Wednesday 6 19 5 30 1 10 2 2!) 19 Thursday 6 20 5 29 2 14 3 13 20 Friday 0 20 5 28 3 4 3 42 21 Saturday « 21 5 27 4 10 4 14 22 SUNDAY 6 22 5 20 4 53 4 47 . 23 Monday 6 23 5 25 5 47 5 17 24 Tuesday 0 23 5 23 '0 41 5 50 25 Wednesday li 24 5 22 7 3S 6 2o 20 Thursday 0 25 5 21 8 30 7 1 27 Friday 6 20 5 20 0 23 7 41 28 Satur...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

I Tai-iting' jj Machines i »t Paling's, i [ ' We stock both kinds— ? 5 Disc and Cylinder R.c t cords. ' ' 'i '?, ..'.'-.. ?-* ; Band Rejections. \ Songs by the world's - leading, artists. ^ rt™»nTniflrW5^t a&^^O ! Recitations by present ? day orators. Instrumental Selections by the greatest soloists. * \ Our Disc Records are : indestructible. ; Reliable instruments at i Lowest Prices at ? i - Paling's, | 838 George St., i Sydney. ' 29 ? g Indigestion Cure S«r?. S prepared from the proscription of. a duly qualified gjKi medical man, who practised for over half a century in -&5- New South Wales, and is an Absolute Cu&*e for Indigestion. INDIGESTION shows itself in many forms, the following being some of the most common:— Flatulence, Biliousness, Vomiting, Headache, Lowncss of Spirits, Drowsiness, Colic, Dimness of Sight, Heartburn, Acidity, Pains in the Chest, Offensive Breath, 'Fains .between' the Shoulder Blades, Flushed Face, Difficulty of Breathing,' Dizzin...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The A.J.C. and Unregistered Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

The A.J.C. and Unregis tered Meetings. The fact that the Budget printed the names and weights of the horses entered for the Tathra Amateur Picnic Races' has created conster nation among the horse-owners, trainers, and jockeys interested in some of the nominated horses. Racing quidnuncs are positive that the Budget has by the exer cise of its undoubted right to pub lish anything it pleases, rendered all owners, trainers, riders and horses taking part in the Tathra races liable to disqualification. Well, if that be so, then all these people are bigger fools than this paper gave them credit for. There are at least half a dozen papers which were likely to publish the information, and thus 'put away' the owners, jockeys and horses taking part in the modest seaside meeting. With reference to un registered meetings, the Australian Jockey Club Register (published by order of the committee) of 9th March, says: — It is hereby notified : That, in conse quence of the trouble arising out of the ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
N.S.W. MARBLE DEPOSITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

N.8.W. MARBLE DEPOSITS. Mr. Charles P. Summers, .an.ac lowledgcd expert, has furnished Sir William Ly'nc with an interest ing and instructive report on the marble deposits of N.S.W. Mr. Summers visited the Urange dis trict, Molong, Bathurst, and Mud gee. Following is the conclusion of his report: — 'That the deposits of - variegated marbles in ^New South '^iWales are amongst'the finest in the world, and if properly worked and de veloped should give the means of livelihood to thousands of workers in quarrying, carting, working the material, etc., not only for local consumption, but for exportation, as is now being done with Ameri can marbles, which are keenly competing throughout the Com monwealth with the Italian. '?Unfortunately for the industry, the quarries arc now being wqrked by bodies of men who have not tho funds available (.q open these quaiv rios and keep on hand a sufficient number of blocks of marble to meet. (V sudden demand, or the properties belong to men who are too e...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Braddon Blot. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

The Braddon Blot. The Premiers' Conference in Syd ney is conducted on Russian lines, so far as proper publicity of its proceedings is concerned. The ex pert recorder, the shorthand ex perienced reporter, is excluded, and the Premiers' masters, the people, are told just so much as it suits the great little men to vouchsafe. This is not what it should be; if the press can be trusted to watch the process of a Royal Commission, or a court 'closed doors' case, the fourth estate might have a free hand when such magnates as Bent, Kidston, DavieB, Evans, Groom, Price, and our own Joey Carruthers foregather for a pow-wow. Perhaps the most important subject on tho onrnnt. let f Jin \rnrlrinrr nf fllft TCrnrl don clause. When the Common wealth Constitution was formu lated, this 87th clause was the only possible solution of .a great finan cial trouble. Each State has its debt, N.S.W. and Victoria being the chief borrowers, and huge sums are annually payable for in terest. Until the debts of the...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

SPORTING. The adjourned annual meeting o£ the Cundelo Athletic Club was to have been held last night. Queanbeyan May race meeting will bo held on tno ana. The prize money is about ,£40. Mr. C. Tapper has sold The Future to Mr. 0. Tozor, a Monaro ite. ? ' ? ?'-. It is proposed to hold a handicap racu for all.retired scullers, on the Parramatta River. .,..'? On Saturday at Flemington the list of steeple-chasers was reduced, Legislator breaking his neck iu the April steeplechase. At 'the Casino annual races on Saturday there were fifteen starters for the Show Handicap and twenty one for the Novice Handicap. The Delegate picnic races on Wednesday of last week were very poorly attended, but the racing was clean and straight, and some exciting finishes were witnessed. At the Warialda show last week C. Davis' Countess won the jump ing contest, clearing the bar at 6ft lj|in. Bathurst high jump winner only cleared 5ft llin. Playing for Southern Tasmania against a Melbourne cricket team at Ho...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

ADVERTISING. SINGLE COLUMN— First Inch 3a, every succeeding Inch Is. (kl. DOUBLE COLUMN— First Inch, 5s, ^ every succeeding Inch 2s. Oil, ► iQ&- SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Addkess : CHURCH -ST., B E a A.. THE NEWSPAPER — OF— THE SOUTH. LIVIO LEADING ARTICLES, TOPICAL PARAGRAPHS, INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. Attractively Written and Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

WEAR ONLYxj^ McMURTBIE'S BOOTS!! EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED! TeaTfTea! TeaT —TIKIS IF-A-IMIOTTS— YORK CASTLE BRAND. EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample Packets Free. F. ft. GLHRK, SoleHgent. 'DEGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BUXUND. B.A. g/g~ PUPILS prepared, privntely or otherwise, for all University Exami nations, Bankers' Institute, and Federal Service Examinations. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. riHURCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, — BEQA.- gyr Under tlio auspices of Church of Eng. Dea. Inst., Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, under the care of the Deaconess-in-charge. Terms and information on applica 1011 1° DEACONESS. 'Solly's' Saloon, — IN — gW CHURCH STREET, BEGA, (Next Council Chambors,) The Hairdresser & Tobacconist. THIS SHOP is STOCKED witli ALL the Choice and Popular BRANDS of TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, and other Requisites for tho Smoker. fjrk COMPETENT HAIRDRESSER from SYDNEY in CHARGE. RAZORS GROUND and SET. gj)tr A CLOS'E S...

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 — 14 April 1906

Inter-District Summary. The total gate receipts for the Bathurst Show were £800, as against £670 last year. During tho past few weeks tho clergymen of all denominations iu Yass have been changed. Mr. A. Bruntncll, the well known temperanco lecturer, is touring tho North Coast. Foley's Circus and tho big lion have reached Queanbeyan. Tho show-o^oned there on Wednesday night. Rev. F. II. McGowan, (Metho dist) was expected to arrive in Can delo this week, and preach his first sermon to-morrow. The Moruya bridge, ? quito a lengthy structure is to be metalled. Complaints have been frequently made about the slippery decking. Messrs Excell and Malcolm, of Candelo have disposed of their storekeeping business to Messrs. T. Thomas and Co. and the new firm took possession last week. Mr. E. I. Pell, auctioneer, Bega, will hold regular sales of cattle at Candelo on every alternate Mon day, commencing on Monday, April 23rd. Rev. J. F. Jennings, one of the veteran 'bush' ministers of the Presbyter...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Winter Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

The Winter Game. The change of tlie . season is bringing winter pastimes in again, nnd the New South ' Wales Hug by -.U.nion, at ils annual meeting last week, ? gave timely consideration '\,'r. to means of improving the game ..''?.... -it governs in respect of both ?*''-, proliciency of tlio players' and popularity with the public. As far as popular interest isconeernod, JJngby football probab y does not need much stimulation just now. Apart from the heroic advertise ment the triumphal British lour of the New Zealanders has given it, the game has an inherent attrac tiveness which, where it is fairly wen uuuuioiuuu, , i;i.niiiniMiMS u following, and although, as was warningly remarked at the meeting, the Australian game is getting a ' firm - foothold where it i.s most effective— that is, in the schools — it is doubtful whether : the more strenuous style will for the present .;. suffer any serious loss from its immeriuus clientage. The best way of making sure about this, -however, is ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

&LLEGEO WIT AND HUMOOn 'I like your impudence,' said a| pretty girl when bur beau* kissed her. ' « ?:-? « A girl has a lot of confidence in tbu veracity of nvounir man who ti Us hci '-hi is the sHtcttst tiling | that overlived, !- ! t ?\ out jj lib} nits 'I till ^m in mi i«,l I iki s ill tin, j) jt ti \ out of i fi Mow ' I i mid ' 1 liw i H c nt be 1 1 uluiv ' * T I She: 'Do you know what I'd do! if jou shoulil tn to ki - mi -' II 'No Why' she ' Oh, .milling onh \oudont s-.Liii to 1 i\c nij cuiio* I) ' j 'John, in v mother insists on spending ii month with ' us th year. Now, during what mom! shall 1 have her?' 'llavu ' her in February, my de;;r.' X- p ^ _.ji She; .. 'YoirnT- not: Klci; '_? young GqocTw'iri. Hi; tried, to'kiss me last ?tight, and I lold him to behave.' lie: 'And did-ho.kig*-,yp«V!-! . fc-hu: lfNo; the idiot -'? actually behaved.' * *? » . 'Next Friday, Henry, is our silver wedding day. Don't you think we might kill the f;it -pig a. id have a—' .'Kill I ho ]-i...

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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 — 14 April 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHBANOSSMG. THE EARlV ZDA-^TS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chapter VIII.— Continued. Henry Dargiie, for robbery, being armed; convicted 28th March, ? 1867; term of sentence, ten years' roads; period served, 7 1-6 years; previous convictions, none known. Recommendation of the Sheriff — May beallowed conditional pardon; case for liberation to be ? brought forward in September, 1874. De cision of his Excel lency— Approved; H.R., September 1, 1873. John Kelly, for robbery, being armed; convicted 11th March, 1867; term of sentence, 14 years (first 2 in irons); period served, 7 1-6 ' years; previous convictions, em bezzlement, 2 years. Recommend ation .of the Sheriff — May lie allowed' conditional pardon; case iriay be. brought forward for liber ation 'in May; 1875. Decision of his Excellency — Approved; H.R., September 1, 1873. ? James Smith, robbery, being armed; convicted 15th April, 18(37; term of sentence, 17 years' roads; period served, 7 1-12 years; pre vious convictions, horse-...

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THE QUEEN of the HUNT. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

THE .0UEEH -bf-'the H15HT A..SKitrA|/SToi:Y. CIIAl'TKIi II [. 'i'lii.s only mat'.u . Iier \ still more aii;.:ry, not. only -with liini nnd Miir'uui, luil witlr liL'i'SL'lf, from tho kuowlodgu liiitt slio Khoukl enru ^oiimoh foi1 fild ;i pptircut ile sci'tiun of liui'. i lie JHintor \v;is duly luliiiiicd and ]-i'iii.si;d; and n^iiin lliat, indc ii ii i to cliiii'iii of niiinucr (vliich Jiinl won 'J'oivi on the fir.st niylit of Mi-.s. Croyliuul's arrival .suuthutl lior irri Isitod foolings; and iijtaiii Mrs. Uroyluiul insensibly drew thu tnllc nwiiy froiri tlic staliii! lo liiglior' tliiiinw, but not such thing!; as wurc so liiucli above Tom, as to exclude her from ii share in tlu' conversation. ill's. Croyland had been lor nearly a fortnight an inmate of Linlie'd Hail, and during that time site had made no progress in the. (.'.mini:- process; all she liad sue eeedi'd in doing vras to make Tom respect her; for (h-j very day after she arrived, when they went out riding— for a . horse w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 14 April 1906

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