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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

Inter-District Summary. Wolumla butter factory is mak ing o tons of butter a week. Mr. Jno Moloney has completed his contract on the.Murrah road. A mushroom has been exhibited at Eden weighing 21bs and is 7J4 inches in diameter. The amount paid 'to ''suppliers for tin) month of March at Cobargo butter factory, was .£1739 15s 3d. Mr. W. II. WjocUhas complied withthe'comhifttee's ' request and will open the Bemboka show next week. Mr. S. Solomon, of Eden, has opened-up a new industry there, the manufacture of bricks, flooring, and garden tilss. Mr. Hockey, the capable super intendent of the Wallaga abori giualstation is said to have effec ted an exchange. The railway sleeper industry is developing into huge proportions at Eden, and provides employment for a large number of hands. The Taree Progress Committee is in early with an application for the new dredgo Tethys to scoop out the bar at Manning Heads. A prize of 2 guineas is offered by Messrs. J. P. Barlow and Co,, of Eden, for the ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

SPORTING. Result of the Sydney Cup : No reen, Proceed, Boabdil. One of llic local bookmakers was struck for 'tlio double' this week. Cobargo football club held its annual meeting on Saturday night. At Burrow on Wednesday Quoonlikc won the Opening Handi cap. The South Australian Cricketing Association-is importing \V. Mead, the Surrey cricketer, as, coach. . Mr. D.Dunsmorehas taken Ruf fian to Sydney,vwhere the big roan will bodiied as a hurdler. Mann's and Young's tenth gas light handicap has been postponed until Wednesday, 9th' May. Branch and Co. intend holding x their second gaslight handicap at Wolumla on Wednesday, 2nd May. A number of prominent Dry River footballers, among them the Boyd quartette, have retired from the football field,and it is unlikely that the River will have a club at all this season. ? The Pambula River Rowing Club has funds in hand to the amount of j£21 12s. Mr. J. II. Martin, who is in Sydney, was empowered by the club to pay up to £25 for a pair of skiff...

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 — 18 April 1906

ODDS AND ENDS Clara Butt, the eminent con tralto, will give a series of 25 con certs in Australia, commencing in August, 1907. At the annual speech day in connection with the Fort Street Model School the report showed that there were 1950 scholars on the roll. 'There is so much bad in the best of us, There is so much good in the worst of us ?It hardly behovos any of us, To speak ill of the rest of us.' Carl Wallner, the little Dutch man, who on ;.' several occasions toured the South Coast with travel ling shows, is a favorite with Ho bart audiences, his whistling being remarkably melodious. At the sale of shorthorns from the King's herd in March, 5 lots realised 2966 guineas, an average of £61. Thirty six cows averaged /53, and fifteen bulls ^80. Four hundred guineas was paid for a three-year old bull, and a three year-old heifer brought 185 guineas. The latest news of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius states that Pro fessor Matucci, who is in charge of the observatory on Mount Vesu vi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

. - - ; WEAR ONLY^^ McMURTEIE'S \ ?' ) ] EVERY PAIR j| : GUARANTEED ! ? \p Tea! Tea! Tfea! — = — — !.-. _rr-E3--B ^_a.3VCOTJS EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT IT. Sample Ffaohets Free. ? ? t. F. R. 6LRRK, SoleJAgent. 'DEGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BLRXUND. B.A. , ESF' PUPILS prepared, privntely or otherwise, for all University Exami nations, Bankers' Institute, and Federal SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. QHURCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, — B E Q A — gjgf Under the auspices of Church .' of ling. Deu. lust., Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, undor tho caro of the Denconees-in-cliarge. Terms and information on applica ion to DEACONESS. WHO BOOTED YOU! WiBiiasn Oi*gan — OK— GIPPS STREET. | A L.tRGfi STOCK of READY MADE BOOTS tit 'prices which defy Competition. Come and inspect Ladies', Gents' and Children's. PRICES away bolow those of any other Boot Shop in Town. , BOOTS MADE TO MEASURE. Only Best Material used. HAND SEWING . A SPECIALITY. PRICES MODERAT...

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G. U. Oddfellows' Sports at Bombala. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

6, U. Oddfellows' Sports at Bombala. (By our Special Correspondent.) The thirty-sixth anniversary sports of the above Lodge took place, oh Monday and were a great success. The sports took the form of a big picnic and the programme included a, fancy dress procession. This picnic has proved to be the great attraction of the year in Bom bala and the Oddfellows devoted all their energy to keeping up the reputation of the sports. The lancy dress procession, which was headed by the band, was the great- ' est draw, and tho streets were crowded with spectators. In the procession wore dresses representa tive of every nationality, and a number of turnouts were extremely ludicrous. Tho most laughable was a. mock train (drawn by an old moke) on which was inscribed 'Bombala Railway League's First and Last Train — Melbourne Express — Barney Mc Ternan, Secretary.' In the tender of the train was a mock band (mouth organs and a drum). The turnout was designed by, ?Mr. Den-' ner, who acted as' fireiu...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondents. BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

From Our Correspondents. BEMB0KA. Mrs. G. Ward, jun., of Bein boka has been laid up with in flammation of the liver. She was in a dangerous condition and Dr. Stead drove from Wolumla to Bemboka under three hours ar riving just in time to administer the necessary remedies. Mrs Ward is now well on tho road to con valescence. Messrs. Green and Oh.impnoys sold the booths in connection with tho show on Thursday. Mr. Maun der bought the publican's for £15 10s, and Mr. J. Worland the luncheon tor .£3, the latter buyer also securing No. 1 fruit stall for ^1103. ? The Show Committee deserves great credit for the way they have worked to make the fixture a success. Every person in the district appears to have something to exhibit from a poodle dog to a draught horse. Tho water jump promises to be 'the big thing,' and aspirants for tho coveted prize may bo scon in every ' directions jump ing water couses of various dimen sions. The event will bo the first of the kind held out of Sydnoy. Our loc...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. SHOW AND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. SynxKY, Tuesday. SHOW AND RACES. Fifty-three thousand people wore .present at the show yesterday, and about 40,000 at Iiandwiuk races. The Royal Hunters' Contest was won by Sunlight, Barlield second, and Desmond third. THE SYDNEY CUP. The Sydnoy Cup -was won by a length, a similar distance separat ing the second and third horses. Time, 3.29^ . The winner ( Noreon ) went out at 8 to 1. OUR VOLUNTEERS. Last night a number of volun teers in the Liverpool Camp started to take possession of sonic of the main streets, holding one for some time with the fire hose. HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL. The temperature in the shade at the. Sydney Observatory yesterday reached 85. ' . .. THD LABOR PARTY AND THE COUNTESS OF WARWICK. The Labor Conference has de cided to invite the Countess of Warwick to visit Australia prior to the Federal Elections. WHOLESALE PTOMAINE POISONING. A number of children who attended a picnic at Junce yester day, suffered from an attack of ptomaine poisonin...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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BEGA'S "LOST." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

BEGfl'S 'LOST.' ?? TO THE EDITOIt. . DonrSir,— Holman Hunt's world fiiiuccl picture 'The Light of thu World,' and its reproduction iu local circles by means of the pop ular lantern has prompted me to put into words (their crudity I do not deny) a thought which. I feel sure has, oiifiendored by gazing: upon either the picture or its copy, Unshed through .more r than one mind. It is far from my. purpose in tht-sc lines- to 'preaeli,' rattier it is to endeavour to bring homo to the mind and heart of eye/y right thinking citizen— man and woman — the personal ring in the neglected question,- with all its groat mean ing, of 'what has Bega done or is doing to reclaim her ''lost?' When 1 speak of Bega's lost I mean the young fellows, and girls too, ? who frequent 'our streets, ambitionlcss, hopeless, honorless, with no other aim in life than to exist and satisfy to the full their evil passions. And when I speak of them as 'lost' I do not mean in the material sense of the term, neither do I ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

THEY SAY : That should Skylark compete in the water jump nt the Beniboka Show other competitors will Ixj soured away. That lleid is making frequent anil pa thetic appeals to .protectionists to help him to combat Socialism — in other words to get into power;and .. That wlmt's tho matter with the wriggler's good old friend the sectarian cry— there should- be another run in that horse. ..':.-?? That the lamp at the corner of Carp and Church Streets wants prompt at tention—at present it casts u very faint glimmer. That the victory of Noreen for the Doncnster should have been a surprise for the local racing experts ; and That probably the greatest surprise would ho for these to back a winner outside the local fixtures. That Tatlira possesses one of the best and. most picturesque racecourses in the State; and That there is no reason why our local 'Brighton' should not arrange a couple of fashionable fixtures every year. That the heavy sand on the road from Tuthra to the punt should be met...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[BY CABLE.] LONDON Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

I By Cable 1. Londox' Monday, A frcBh outbreak has taken place at Vesuvius. Dense volumes, of smoke and ashes threaten to suffo cate the inhabitants surrounding the villages. Two families of ton persons have been dug out alive from the ashes which cover the surrounding country twelve feet deep. Revolutionary bands are com mitting terrible outrages in Mace donia. The Natal rebel chief with his followers have taken refuge in a cave near Cetewayo's grave. A terrible earthquake has oo curred at Formosa. 109 persons were killed; 29 injured and thou sands of people have been rendered homeless. A terrible explosion occurred on board the American battleship Kersage. Eight men were killed. The crew of a Portuguese ironclad mutinied and fired on tho tugs of other vessels. A lieutenant was killed and several garrison towns are in a state of insubordination.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Easter Monday at Dry River. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

Easter Monday at Dry River. Tho annual sports in connection with the above club wore- held on Monday on tho recreation ground, and -the old club was favoured with glorious weather and a good attend ance. The tracks were planed in tip-top condition for the occasion, although next year the '..committee might consider tho advisability of making them perfectly oven for such an important sithletic fixture. Tho expense would not bo very heavy, and the work would have only to be undertaken once. As usual Cobargo and Bega were numerously represented n't the sports. Along the river bank picnic parlies idled, chatted, and spooned while (ho billy boiled. ?Messrs.1 TV -Weber and ,1. Watson had fi-uilsjlalls on the ground, while Mr. J. W. Twyford, of tho Cobargo Hotel, conducted tho pub lican's booth and guaranteed satis faction to customer.:). The running throughout the day was good, although tho taking of first-' and second in the heat often led a punter to make an incorrect esti mate of form....

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

LOCAL AKD GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. Cullen, of Cobargo, leave to-day for Queensland, where it is their intention to settle. * « » Wednesday next, the first day of Bemboka show, has been pro claimed a public holiday in that district. A good start has been mado by contractor Honwood on the Dr. George deviation, Bega-Burmagui road. K- » * The tender of Mr. William Frasser of Candolo ,£195 Ins Od has been accepted for metalling, ami blind ing on Russell's Hill Deviation. * '? « « AnciiDEACON Mell is to be in vited to open the Pambula Church of England chrysanthemum show, to be held on the 5th May. ?*? ? .* -s ' a A Number of special prizes for the Bemboka Show are published in the ' Advocate,' which intend ing exhibitors would do well not to lose sight of. « « - is Mr. P. Fraser, manager of the Boga A.J.S. Bank is holidaying for a week-or so in the city.' Mr. Pol loch, of Pambula, i's-relioyiiiit dur-. ing liis absence:4', ? ?£-'- v. ? '''' „ *- - * * Tin: following application for a lease o...

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Tathra Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

Tathra Picnic Races. Tiiesb .r/ices came off on Easter Monday and attracted a very good attendance. Tho weather was per fect, nnd from, early morning till nearly noon a continuous. string of vehicles of various descriptions jould be scon on tho Begn-Tnthra road. The majority of tho jccupanls- wero ? bound for the mvuo, uiiu , suiim spent tne day'on the sea-bench, while others put in the time fishing 911 tho pic turesque; Bega River.- .The raoe L-ourso is. prettily situated about 2 miles from tho village of Tnthra' mid is practically a dead level; nnd m tho land is specially dedicated ior racing purposes there is no rea son why a couplo of raco-meetirigs should not be' hold during tho yoaiv Dn .one sjUo and right out to .tho centre, of ? the course there are a number of wattles and low scrub which completely liido the view of tho races for about 11 third of the 'distance. Those require thinning out, and with'othcrininor improve ments the course, in the opinion of racing men, would be...

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Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

Live Stock and Other Sales. William Itixon notifies : On Monday, 23rd April, at 1.80 o'clock, at Collins' .yards', 30 pigs, oO mixed cattle. On Monday, 28rd April, at Collins' Hotel, 2 o'clock, at Can dclo, under.instruclions from Mrs. Traccy, 320 acres of land at Mo gilla. Easy terms. On Tuesday, 2'.ltli April, at the central saleyards, -10 pigs, 2 choice hogs, 20 head head f:it cattle, 20 choice heifers 12 to 18 months old nil onebrund, 00 choice heifers 1 to 2yrs, 20 store cows, 70 young entile, 1 handsome upstanding bay gclding'by Thespian, oyrs 'old, good h'nekney. Also '2'1 head very choice S]-ringing heifers. On Tuesday, 2-Jtli April, at the ljcgn sale-yards, by ordiir of Mr. I1. Uuckluy. who is leaving the dis trict, .81 (- acre farm 'fronting Bega river, within 3 miles of Talhra and 9 miles of Bejja. On Thursday, 3rd May, at 1.30 sharp, at Mudie's Hotel, Bemboka, 15 pigs, 12 store cows, 30 head mixed cattlei On Thursday, 3rd May, at 1.30 .sharp, at' Mudie's Hotel, Bcmbokn, ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 April 1906

THE BALL The ball in Iho School 'of Arts in aid of the club funds attracted an attendance which must have been gratifying to the committee.' There wore about forty couples present, quite sufficient for the floor space available. The floor was in splen did order, but could bo made perfect for dancing if it were at once taken up nnd relaid. Messrs. W. F. Phillips (violin and cornet) T. L. Adamson (piano) sunnliec excellent music. A couple of ladies also played extras. The Church of England ladies com mittee caterod .for the ball, and the rofrescmenls were abundant and choico; Mr. A. Noldt acted nsM.C. and considering the crowded ??ball- room carried out his duties in nn eminently satisfactory manner. The taking! at tho door wore £10. ?Dancing terminated about 2.30 a.m. Visitors were present from Cobargo, Bega, and other centres. Following is a list of tho dresses worn: — Mrs. E. J. Tarlinton, black voile skirt, 'cream silk blouse; Mrs. J. McGregor, black silk; Mrs. D. Blanchfield blac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Factory Managers' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 April 1906

Factory Managers' Conference. .The first annual conference of the Co-oporative Dairy. Factory Mana gers and Secretaries' Association of New South Wales was opened at ? '?? the rooms of the Coastal Fanners' Co-operative Society, Sussex-street, on Tuesday, the^president Mr. W. Brandon (Byron. Bay) in the chair. ? Other delegates were: — Messrs. A. Blackman (Coraki), J. Blanchfield (Woodhill), A. Bloore (Invcrell), T. Brennan (Woodstock), C. Cedcr wnld (Casino), L. 11. Crawford (Nowra), C. Dunlop (Ulinarra), E. East (Goulburn), W. East (T.cn terneld), A. E. Forde (Ballina), J. C. Graham (Illawarra Central), F. Hibberd (Uppero\Vallamba), S. Huxley (Milton), H:. Haddrill (Bacon Company, Sydney), J. T. .King (Co-operative Milk Company, Sydney), J. Mahan (Raleigh), J. J. Moffitt (Barrengarry), H. M'Veigh (Bega), D. B. O'Keofe (Coopera TjIvc luuii \-»uuipuiiy jt i\. .l\uuiii»uii (Towamba), E. J. Itobiuson (Ca sino), 0. Roden (Cobargo), G. liaison (Co-operative Bacon Com pany),?. Rixon. (Wes...

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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 April 1906

THEY SAY: That people are curiouB to know what is B. McTernan's little game in dallying bo long in Bega ; and That some people who didn't get near bncking Noreen for the Doncaster rni gerted that 'Barney' is on for a pub. That the crowds which visited the Sydney show on Good Friday were irate because their grog was cut off; and That the Liquor Act is constantly proving what a permanent institution the great Australian thirst really ie. That Lnbor Member Thomas intends to give notice of motion that the Com monwealth run ita own line ot steamers to and fro England ; and That the precent subsidy would pay interest on the tota! cost of better steamers than tho.se r.un at present. That newspaper readers must never forget that all si.rt.s of tastes and degrees of intellect have to Ix; catered for — some people are selfiHh und want every item put in to suit their own fancier. That the toe bailers will open the season this afternoon— Bega should be \\\n til nrnvinn n atrnmr (iffunn fnr t.}w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 April 1906

FOR SALE. EOK SALE.— Tin ee JOO gallon TANKS-CHEAP. M. J. DU.CiGAN & CO*. Paragon Stores, NOTICE. MR. McKERN, Dentist, will bo ab sent from Bega from Saturday, 14th April, but will reaumo practice, upon hi8 return from Sydney ou April 24th. |notice. Mil. F.'li.'GII.LAl;]) is npppiimtcri Agent for the 'Huha Duimikt' in Cobnrgo anil; is authorised to receive moneys for and .on behalf of that paper. K WILLIAM HOOT, Proprietor, .?';.'- ' ISKIIA BuilORT. Piano-Tuning and Re felting. HAVING arranged with MESSRS. NICHOLSON and CO., LTD, I'inno Importers, of Svdnev, for the eer vicea of a COMPETENT 'TUNER iitid REPAIRER, orders addressed to tliu undersigned will receive prompt atten tion. BT Re-feltlng a Speciality. JAMES NORRIS, Bega. A FEW DAYS InLYT MR. RUSSELL WrnilT, PIANO . and ORGAN TUMOR and RE PAIRER, is in town, and will only be re maining a few days. MR. WIGHT has had ten years' ex perience with W. IT. Paling und Co., and wjll guarantee satisfaction. ^38^Ordera taken for ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 April 1906

In a letter to the London 'Times' Lady Haldon, an old resident of Naples, appeals to the British nation to aid 100,000 suf ferers from the Vesuvius eruptions. * * * The Wyndham handicap (125 yds) on Easter Monday was won by J. Owen, (14)1, F. Bennett (20)2, A. Underhill (10). * * * The Candelo Athletic Club an nounces a programme for Thurs day, 24th May. The Candelo Grand Handicap of ^30 (120yds) and Birthday Handicap £1 10s (75yds) are the principal items. « iff * Candelo Coursing Club an^ nounces a sweepstake for an un limited number of competitors at a guinea each, the meeting to take place on Wednesday, June. 13th, «- $ * Mn. II. C. Blaxland has engaged Mr. Colchester as assistant teacher at the Bega Grammar School. He arrived by steamer on Wednesday, and commenced duties on Thurs1 day. ¥ W * Grammar School football team to play Bega tins afternoon: Col chester, J. and E. Rixon, H. and E. Ritchie, Tas. and Fred. Bland (captain), E. Wood, C. and E. Voss, W. Evershed, Jno. and Joe...

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 April 1906

OFFICE HOUUS. Post OOieo opens from 0 a.m. to G n.nr On Sunday from 0 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery,. Sunday oxcepted, by letter carrier within the municipal area; currier leaves ollice at 9 a.m. Telegraph olTico open from 0 a.m. to o p.m. Sunday oxcepted. Money Order and Savings Bank Ofiico open from 0 am to 5 p.m. daily [Sunday excopted], and deposita are also received from 0 p.m. to 8 p.m on Saturday. Private boxes, tee £. per annum, pay able in -advance, may be obtained on application at office, enabling boxholders tocetthoir mail any day, Sunday in cluded, from 7 a.m. till 10 p.m. Letter pillars at Newtown and North Bega cleared at 0 p.m. Weather reports and arrivals ot . _ JAS. W. M'CUTCHEON, ' ^ ? Postmaster.

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