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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRAIMGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE E-A.SS/Xj'ST,.I3^L'3rS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chapter VIII. — Continued. Meanwhile, the news that Gar diner was being 'shipped' had leaked out, and the Newcastle neovle were speedily on the oui vive, all being more or less anxious to obtain a last look at the libe rated prisoner. A large crowcl had assembled in front of the court house prepared to follow Gardiner and his guardians to the wharf; , hut the officers did not desire dis play. Gardiner was taken out of the lock-up by the back way, while a water-police constable, accom panied by a detective with a bulky carpet bag, came, out of the front door and proceeded to the wharf by the usual road. The crowd at once concluded Chat the man with the bag was Gardiner, and imme diately started in full pursuit, es corting the pair of 'dummies' to the ordinary landing place at the steamer's wharf, while the real Si mon Pure went off to the barque in a boat from another point. Very little more remains to be said conc...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

WEAR 0NLYx=^— McMUJRTJRJE'S EVERY PABR GUARANTEED! ABERDEEN COW RUGS. The Favorite Brand ?* ??mr^-^ ^HP*fc~^ With Stock Owners. gf ORDER EARLY TO SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT IN DELIVERY. F. A. 6LHRK, Rgent. T-EGA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: H. C BLAXLAND. B.A. £&~ PUPILS prepared, [frivately or otherwise, for nil University Exnnii ntitions, Bankers' Instltute;:and Federnl Service Examinations. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION for BOARDERS. pHUItCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, — BEQA — g&~ Under the nuaplces of Churoh of ling. Den. Inat,, Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, under the care of tlie Donconcsa-in-.cliari;o. Terms and information on npplica ion to DEACONESS. WHO BOOTED YOU! William Organ — OF — GIPPS STREET. ' A LARGE STOCK of 11EADY MADE 110UTS at prices wliiuh defy Competition. Come and Inspect Ladies', Gents', nml Children's. PlilOES away foolow thoso of nny othor Boot Shop in Town. BOOTS MADE TO MEASURE. Only.Best Material used. HAND SEWING A S...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

SPORTING. Mr. D. Blanchfield's hunters will compete at the Bemboka sho\y. ? ? * A bin crowd of runners will compete at the central running grounds to-night. McGrory's £30 handicap con cluded on Saturday night. Fol lowing is the result of the final: C. Shepherd 1, C. J. Bvrne 2, H. Inman 3, II. H. Connolly 4- Won by a foot. The appeal against the decision of the A.J.C. stewards in the Pro ceed v. Noreen case was withdrawn on Friday. The case arqso over the bumping alleged to have taken place in the Sydney Cup when a protest oh behalf of Procped was lodged and dismissed. At the yearling sales on Friday A. S. Chirnside (Vio.) paid 2000 guineas for a half-aistcr of Diffi dence and Morriweo, by Sir Foote. K colt by Sir Foote from WigeUvur was bought by H. Leonard/ OTic-) ior 1600 guineas. A. brother to Istua brought 910 guineas, also bought by Mr. Chirnavde.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

FROM THE BULLETIN. 'S.': Australian Labor 'party, it appears, is going to spare nobody ?it next election, and is going to fight for the seats of even tlie most advanced Democrats, if they are not Labor men. Its object, of course, is to get a majority of its own, and run the country by it self. Well, supposing it succeeds, what kind of a tariff is it going to supply? It is no. answer ..to... say. that the party lias sunk the fiscal issue; when it gets into power it can't sink the fiscal issue. It may say it has no fiscal belief, but, if it gets into power, it must practise some fiscal belief — and which one is it to bo? There is no satisfac tion in the weary old gag that fiscal issues are of no importance. Even if that be so — is the party, when it gets into power, going to supply Australia with a Freel.rado policy of no importance, or a Pro tectionist tariff that doesn't matter in. the least, or a hybrid tariff that really doesn't signify? And if the party proposes to submit the tar...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

THEY SAY: That tlie numlwrH of entries for the ' Bemlwka Sliow entillcH it to rank as one of the most important exhibitions in the South. That the tour of the Nuw 'Zealand footbnll team amply proved the aupu riority of the seven pack as againnt the old style eight — the advantage of having an extra man outside the scrum is ob viouu. That Cumlelo Athletic Club should be the gainer by having its day's sports on 24th May instead of 3rd June as at first propound; and That there should be big nominations, from Bega for the principal events. That it is a pity St. John's first social evening of the season to be held tomor row night should clash with the flower show. That the benches in the park are to be painted a glistening white so that young couples win the letter tell whether the seats are occupied. That the disturbance recently created in Sydrey by volunteers from the Liver pool camp is ascribed to the high spirits of the men — they wert full of ardent spirits, as it were. That the qu...

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 — 25 April 1906

ODDS AND ENDS I advocate national supervision of corporations, to prevent over capitalisation. — Roose veldt. The nation must strive to secure a broader economic opportunity for all. — Rooseveldt. I advocate a progressive tax on the transmission of enormous for tunes to prevent an individual in heriting beyond .a certain amount. —Rooseveldt. The Labor Party aims at throw ing the whole of the people into servitude, with State-governed in dustries and official bosses. — G. H. ' lieid. - At the Sydney Show fat cuttle sales on Wednesday, an enormous bullock weighing 27001bs. was sold for £21. The bullock came from Quirindi. Every man and woman should have the fullest liberty, the utmost degree of liberty, as long as their liberty did not injure their fellow citizene. — G. H. Reid. The epidemic of indiscriminate assaults upon the character of even decent public men sears the public conscience. This is one of the great evils of th« body politic. — Uooseveldt. A country can never be manage...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

NOTICE, MR. F. H. GILTAKD ig awmolntci'. Agent for thn,' 'JIk^a Budget' in Cohargo mid la authorised to receive n^oneys (qr and on behalf o^ that paper. '? _? ??WILLIAM BOOT, ,?-' Proprietor, v Bkqa B.ODafe-r, m ANT E-D TO ,S K I. L. MEKRY-GO-ROUNJ), NEW ORCiAX, and good PONY.-' All in good order. Cheap.. Applv nUlXiKT Oillce. The Flower Show Is the SCHOOL of ARTS. To-day and To-morrow. ADMISSION ? Is. MUSICAL PROGRAMME. REFRESHMENTS. THE^=- ? Central Running Grounds, Carp Skt.eet, Bega. Sixth Gaslight Handicap ? April 25th. Seventh Gaslight Handicap... May 16th. Eighth Gaslight Hr.ridicap ? June 4th. ^^'NOMINATIONS Is, cloaeone week in advance. No acceptance. MEA1CER and CLARKE, ; : . , Proprietors. Piano-Tuning and Re felting. HAVING arranged with MESSRS. NICHOLSON nnd CO., LTD, Piano Importers, of Sydnev, for the ser vices of a COMPETENT 'TUNER and REPAIRER, orders addressed to the undersigned will receive prompt atten tion, EOT Re*felting a Speciality. JAMES XORRIS, Begn. ft FEW...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PASSENGER LIST. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

THE PASSENQER LIST. AnnivAiit. -l'litiKcngerH per steamer Eden which left Sydney on Tuesday: — For Bermagui: .. Messrs.; Otton, Gowing, Richards, Meiss, Bcrger, Salway, Tarlinton, Thornton, Kennedy, ? Mesdames Richards, Raleigh, Thornton, Misses Thorn Ion, Tarlinton. For ' Tathra. — Messrs. Byrne, Salisbury, Hisheim, Jardine, Evershed, Underbill (2), Kelly, McGrath, Williams, 'Watson, Collins, Roden (2), Croppler, Lew is, Kirby (2), Milne, Mnyoci*, Jaun i-uy, Attrill; Mi'sdanies .Williams, Ellis, lloilen, ' Sullivan, 'Godfrey, Grant; Misses Prio'r, Sullivan, Kelly, Hay. For 'M'urimbula: — Messrs. Ilibberd, Mai-tin, Master Walker. For 'Eden:— Messrs. Davies, Edwards, Gillies, Robin son and three in the steerage. The vessel sailed at 1.30 p.m. Dki-autukes. Passengers por steamer Eden for Sydney on Saturday: — From Eden —Mesdames Dorl, Blngrave, Bur n'ott, Mimes Fitzgibbon, Blngravo. Messrs. Dorl, Blagrave, Burnott. Master Blagrave. From Morim bula — Misses Asbworth, Rowdason, Mr. Worb...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

On Thursday. 3rd May, at 10 o'clock at McKee's yards, Towam ba, 200 head mix.ed cattle,' a' few horses and pigs; ' ' ????'? ?-- R. W. Henderson notifies:

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR APRIL, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

CALENDAR FOR APRIL, 1906. 2 ' '. .?_-.? 'i-:. . . . . & ' ' 1 s M ' -S ~ DayofAVeek' E. * ^ f a 3 ? o o ?? a to ,o o O ? '?» * '* II M It M n.M. P.M. 1 SUNDAY 0 6 5 52 12 20 11 29 2 Monday 0 7 5 51 1 10 10 18 3 Tuesday 0 8 5 60 2-0 a.m. 4 Wednesday 0 - 0 5 47 2 45 12 13 5 Thursday 0'10 5 40 .3 30 1 4 0 Friday 0 10 5 40 4 11 2 12 7 Saturdny 0 11 5 45 4 52 .3 15 8 SUNDAY 0 12 5 42 5 31 4 32 0 Monday 0 13 5 41 6 13. .5 2!) 10 Tuesday G 13 5 40 0 55 ;G 38 11 Wednesday 0 14 5 30 7 33 ; 7 48 12 Thursday ' 0 14 6 38 8 25 '8.50 13 Friday 0 16 5 37 0 20 10 4 14 Saturday 0 10 5 30 10 10 11 8 15 SUNDAY 0 17 5 33 11 12 ;i».m. 10 Monday 0 18 5 32 a.m: 12 59 17 Tuesday '? ? 0 19 5 31 1211 ;1 40 ? 18 Wednesday 0 II) 5 30 1 10 ; 2 29 19 Thursday . 0 20 5 20 2 14,313 20 Friday 0 20 5 28 3 4 3 42 21 Saturday ?' 021 5 27 4 10 4 14 22 SUNDAY ? ? ? 0 22 5 20 4 53 .4 47 23 Mortday . ., 0,23 5 25 5 47 5 17 24 Tuesday 0 23 5 23 0 41 5 i-0 25 Wednesday ''' 0 24 5 22 7 33 0 25 26 Thursday ? 0 25 5 21...

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Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

Live Stock and Other Sales. William Rixon notifies: On Saturday, 28th April, at 2 I'clock sharp, at the sale rooms, 10 young fowls including pare -red leghorns. On Thursday, 3rd May, at 1.30 sharp, at Mudie's Hotel, Bemboka, 15 pigs, 12 store cows, 30 head mixed cattle, 15 springing heifers in good condition, 3 fat cows. On Thursday, 3rd May, at 1.30 sharp, at Muclie's Hotel, Bemboka, in the estate of Wm. Rolfe, de ceased, allotment No, 5, seotion 14. containing 1 rood 17J4 perches, fronting Loftus Streot, on which is erected a saddler's shop. Also, in the estate, Rev. T. Harnett, de ceased, allotment No. 2, seotion 12, containing 1 rood, town Bemboka, on which is orected small house occupied by Professor Oxlee. On Friday, 4th May, at 1. 30 o'clock, at Nimitybelle, in the es tate of the late A. Alcock, for un reserved sale, 528 head choice shorthorn cattle, comprising 241 steers 1 to 3 years, 40 heifers 2yrs old, 76 heifersl# years old, 39 store cows, 7 cows and calves, 113 poddies,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

THE NEWSPAPER — OF — THE SOUTH. LIVK LEADING ARTICLES, TOl'IGAL PARAGRAPHS, INTER-DISTRICT NEWS., Attractively Written and Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

ADVERTISING. SINGLE COLUMN— Flint Inch 3s-, every succeeding Inch Is. (Id. DOUIH.E COLUMN— Firat Inch, 5a, every succeeding Inch 2a. (M. g®~ SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Addbkbs : GHU RCH - ST. , B E Q A.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

Inter-District Summary. Mr. Fred Roberts, the young Co bargo auctioneer, announces his first sale on May 2nd. An cade hawk, measuring 8ft Gin from tip to lip of its wings, was recently captured at Candelo. The Eden and Wyndham auc tioneers have 200 head of mixed cattle for sale at MoKce's yards, Towainha, on Thursday, May 3rd. Dr. liruco has rc,{.nnied to Can delo after a brief holiday,' and his locum tenens, Div Ramsey Sharpc, left for Sydney last week! Rabbits iiris swarming in the Big Jack Mountain, and it is. noun common sight to see them crossing the road in scores at a time. ?Mrs. Jas. Walker, of Bemboka, underwent air operation atBe.ua Hospital on Sunday week when Drs. Marshall and Sharpc removed one of her eyes. Nihiitybelle visitors alone are said to have secured all the avail able accommodation at one Bem boka Hotel during show time this week, Mr. R, H. Cook, an Eden bank manager, who has been seriously ill for some time has recovered sufficiently to be able to leave his r...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

*??--? SPORTING. The gbnd burse Corra Lynn li:is Irnon sold to n n Adumiimby owner. The Candelo Athletic Club has a credit balance of j£39 os od. Quaaniii rillo club is having a magazine erected on the range. Mr. D. C. Sullivan has been elected president of the Cathcart football club. Gladsome wilC likely not sport silk again until. Mf; big events. next spriirg. Bouclial-a-Soggarth, who injured om: of his fetlocks in the A.J.C. First Hurdle Race, is to be turned out for six months. Mr. A. Young has purchased the interest of his partner (Mr. Manns) in the Cundclo gaslight handicap proprietary. 'At the annual meeting of the Bemboka football club held re cent, y. Mr. lleery was elected secretary. ? Mr. E. II. Harnett, Cooma, at the yearling sales on Friday paid 70 guineas for a brown colt b}' Sir Tristram (imp.). Candelo Athletic Club's 34th annual sports meeting has been lixed for Empire Day, 24th May. The committee has applied to have the day proclaimed a public holi day for the dist...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEDING AT PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

WEDDING flT.PAMBU LA.' On Easter Monday, as St. Peter's Church, PiimUulrt, Mr. William liusbcll, of Muiuyii, and Miss Lucy Rogers, of Bathurst, were united iii ljie;hnly bonds of matrimony, Itev. P. Kenny, parish priest, per forming the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. George Kelly, licensee of the Iloyiil Hotel, was becomingly at tired in a travelling dress of elec tric blue voile, trimmed with gui pure lace and insertion, and white chiffon hat. She carried a shower boquet of white cosmas and maiden hair fern. The~~bridesmaid, Miss Kinnanc, wore, heliotrope voile with cream trimmings and hat to match. Mr. Bernie Kelly was best man. After the ceremony the party proceeded to the Royal Ho tel, where a tempting wedding breakfast provided by1 Mrs. Kelly, was partaken of. In the evening the happy couple left for Eden, where they spend the honeymoon. A number of useful presents wero received, many coming from Syd ney -and Bathurst. . Mr. and Mrs. G. Kelly, uncle a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bega Licensing Court. (Before Mr. H. S. Hawkins P.M. and Messrs Atkinson and Lane J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

Bega Licensing Court. (Before Mr. H. S. Hawkins P.M. and Messrs Atkinson and Lane J's.P.) Jno. Coffey, licensee of the Occi dental Hotel, Bega, applied for a renewal of his license. Mr. Bland appeared for the licensee. It was stated that the rental for the pre mises was ,£156 a year. The bench fixed the license fee at, ,£30, a year. Mr. Blund c.qnt,enidiedi \h~S\V under a section, of the A.cl,— which provided that the fee shall be £10 for every £50, rental value up to ,£100 and after that £b for every £50 — had no power to add a further .£5 for a. portion of £50. The Gahan y. Madden case from Pambula', w.hic,h hacj'h.'een. ad joarned' fyotfl 'tyst weok came on for hearing. This was an applica tion from Jas. Gahan claiming to have come into lawful possession of the hotel and asking that the license be transferred tp hi'ni. Mr. Bjomfield 'for thp applicant, and Mr. Bland for defendant. Mr. Blomfield stated tljat the applipa: tion. hftil boon withdrawn, Mr. Bland applied for costs clai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"On the Bawl." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

'On the Bawl.' Tub football season was unofficially opened in Bega on tho showground on Satufday afternoon when the Grammar School and Bega clubs played a practice -match.; ? Uho J3ega public didn't seem to be much interested in football that day, at least the kind of football ouo ex pects to see at the beginning of the season. Tliero might have been a hundred' spi-ctators present a great many of whom' belonged to that portion of tho ? community generally designated as 'kids'. The club's enthusiastic president, Mr. E. I. Pell, was a looker-on, having declined to tako his accus tomed place ns referee. The 'winter game' has not caught on just yet. The warm afternoon sun keeps tho' circulation alive without the aid of a kick in the shins during a. scrum or a sudden fall from a neat collar. Many of those on the ground on Saturday afternoon plaintively referred to themselves as among the 'has- beens' and those who had 'given the bloomin' game best.' But when tho competition matches comme...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. THE RAILWAY COMMIS- ''?? -SIONERS; , -, /^ The Government has requested the Railway Commissioners notito proceed on their annual visit over, the Western line but to remain in Sydney for tho present as .their presence would be required in con nection with tho'recenf report oii: tho railway ad'ministi'ation! v ' STANBURYJANig TOWNS. The sculling'/ match between Stanbury and Towns' for the cham pionship of tlfo world will be rowed on the 2Sth July.' DEATH OP a' CENTENARIAN. Captain Dumaresq, the 'oldest resilient hi Tasmania, died yester day ngod 10-1 years. ILL-TREATING CHILDREN. Two women convicted at Gtmlbnnj of ill-treating children wero sentenced to eighteen months1 imprisonment and lined £100each. In a later caao £50 waa awarded the child. MEETING OF THE STATE PA1U.IAMEXT. It is understood that tho State Par liament will meet on Juno 12th. HALF-CASTE HUNS AMOK. A half-caste native steward on the barguo Peter Ircdale ran amok on the night of Janu...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Factory Managers' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 April 1906

Factory Managers' Conference. At the factory managers' con ference, held in Sydney last week, Mr. II. McVeigh, manager of the Bega Co-operative factory, read the following paper: — In the January number of the 'Agricultural Gazette' we read of an Act that is in force in some of the American Slates to safe guard the dairy .fanner from the blunders made by incompetent persons in the testing and manu facture of their produce. rain of opinion that a similar Act would.be a great advantage in this State, and would enforce a factory manager's qualifications as -to-compctency. Since the Dairy Bill of 1903 was withdrawn,- owing to unfair and malignant opposition by ; a -certain.1 .section, who are en gaged in the dairying industry, no improvement of any consequence in the quality, ot our butter has been brought about by .the op ponents of the measure. We read . very often of the many' difficulties ?and: disputes between managers and their iupliers with . regard to , the. testing and. grading...

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