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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

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Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES. Pell and Allan notify: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. Pell and Allan notify: On Thursday, 24th October, iit j the Bega Central saleyards. ]'J prime bullocks, 30 head mixed cattle. William Rixon notifies. On Thursday, 2(.i October, on the farm at Wolumla, 37 milch cows. 0 springers, 1 Jersey bull, 30 poddies, G pia-; also sundries. On Saturday, 2Sth October, on the farm known as ICngloman'r-. Quaama, 59 choice milch cows (17 milking, balance, 'springing). '2'- heifers and bluer:- 12 to JS mouth-. 32 poddies, 1 unbroken gelding, -i years, by Cleveland, 1 filly, 4 yrs., by lluon B., 1 mare, stinted to Kebel Childe, 1 lilly, 1 year, by Naomi, 3 light saddle and harnes hor.-e.-; 'also sundries. William Itixon, in conjunction with I'ell and Allan, notifies sale of 30 dairy cows, 91 choice young heifers at Double Creek, on Mon day, 30th October, on account of Mr. \V. Murray. On Thursday, 9th 'November, at Beui boka, Mr. E' Jamioson's choice dairy herd and young stock; .also sundries. On Saturday, 11th November; at Bald. Hill...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER II.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

AUSTRALIAN' BUSHRANGING. ? — ? ? — *-- - ? .,- ? THE E^^^L-Z- XJA.1TS. By CHARLES WHITE. CHAPTER II.— Continued. Tho bushrangers had not gone. In April, 1833, they appeared on the Tamar, plundering right find loft. , In October they .became more daring. Lieut. Vaughan, Mr. Hent}', of Landfall, and a neighboring hotelkeeper were all visited and. robbed, with much audacity. Having shot a constable, during this last raid, the idea occurred to. them of pretending to be constables looking ; for them selves, ? and in this guise they plundered the George Inn. at Georgetown. The Launceston press waxed indignant; rewards were again offered and increased; the police were doubly active; but .all. to. .no purpose. Their hunting through the bush was fruitless, although on one occasion they came across a boat which : the bush rangers had only just left, and apparently in haste, as. though closely pressed ; for in it wore found some bedding, a couple of guns, and some provisions — the boat having ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. ? ? A SERIAL STOKY'. ClIAI'TEIt V. Miss Forrester's accident proved more serious than was at first an ticipated, and it was a very great disappointment to all that, for the present, a stop was put to any fur ther outdoor eniovment. ?„.. ; ' - During tho first -few days Miss Forrester kept her^room. ..Mean while Maud had a small drawing room' extemporised in' the same suite for the use 'of her cousin as soon as^' she 'could'-' be moved. Nothing- could exceed1' Mrs. For rester's fussy, anxiety for her ' darl ing Bella;' not 'content with hurrying and bustling . about herj self from morning until evening,1 she implicated every ono in the general commotion. Even poor Grendon'ij now rare, visits to the rectory were curtailed 'by some request. ?' Grendon,' she Avould say, con stantly, when ho was leaving the house — ' Grendon,,! hope you will not remain out long/ -Isabel is very anxious for you to finish the poem you began to road, and, poor darl ing, herenjoyments...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED WIT MID HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. Old Lady: ' Dots this parrot use any bad langungo?' Bird Dealer: ' No'm; but he's a young bird, and easy taught.' ?* -s *- A tramp with hunger long un fed, . 'Went forth one day in search of br6ad; ?Ho' fished among the reefs and ?ifihoals--.- - ? Arid found ...the breakers full of , rolls!' ' ' ' -'%?? « « ? : ' Bacon :?.'?' Did you over get any thing on tho instalment system?' Egbert: 'Yes; I got my household that way — first I got my 'wife, then li'or fnlhhr and '?lnnLlinr. and now I. am getting her brother.-; and sis ters I' . » * # ' Tell me where is fancy bred?' . Was:asked in verse of old. Why, in the pastry-cook's of course, :' The place where 'tarts' are sold ! -.? ' «- * * Sir. W.ilfrid Lawson, well known for liis -temperance views, tolls a story which has reference toAnglo French relations. Two of tho un employed were occupying their enforced leisure in discussing pub lic affairs. ' I say, Bill, what's this yere ententy cordial they talk about?' ' ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

/On ?.?Monday night at Newcastle Don -Walker ; won the Fi vh M iies Invitation/Scratch Race/ in 11 min ; 15 sees/ :«-The Wheeel Race;(l mile) was won by Gus Fowle, off 135 yds. Time 2 min; 4-5 sees. , : /;'; Jockey Cornwoll, of Sydney, met with a nasty accident at Caullield. He was riding Graeeton, ..when the maie shied; /and threw hini on;. the iron- .picket fence. His face and hoiid were torn and narrowly missed bci rig blinded ; 1 3 stitches were put iii his wouuds. '//:::/ ; '?'..'' ? , / On 'Monday night the Now South Wales'* .Cricket /Association agreed, to v.thq / recommendations of the recent conference tliatrv the Austra 1 iaii Board of Control should consist ? of 'three ;membersYfrom Now South : Wales: three frohi Victoria, arid one; frorivQuecnslarid./ v ;??;?? / / ^

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

RAINFALL Following, was the total ruin fit II during the week up to. Thursday at 9 a.m. at the places, mentioned: Falls are given up to 9 a.m. each day:— Tucs. Wed. Thur. Tl. Bega 98 179 79 Ho L Moruya -13 — 74 117 Pamb'ula 1-10 350 100 51)0 Delegate 9 230 70 Slo Eden 40 139 90 275* Cobargo 44 137 124 :!05 Candelo 40 217 70 :*W8 Wynclham 02 335 135 532 Numbugga 74 109 55 2'JS Kanoona 84 170. 115 :5(-5 Cooma '45 108 5 lot) Green :Cape 40 120 ? KiO ?BpcValla ? 00 80 7S 224 Berrigato 5(5 270 75 - 401 Towamba . 128 472 90 (500 Woluinla 92 285 07 444 Niinitybello 40 213 51 30! Bemboka 52 -249 08 309 Tathra 153 178 . 72 403 Bonibala ; . 30 -— 54 MO ' Nelligen200, Bateman's Bay 200, Milton. 205. '''*-. ' '? ??: ;; . '

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

ROCKY HALL. I have of times heard it said that it never rains but it pours. This has been our experience here this week. 'On Monday about mid-day we had a thunderstorm, and it con tinued raining throughout the night. On Tuesday it came down in torrents, and before night all the creeks around that hadg been dry for a long time were running at a rapid pace. Rain continued to fail heavily all day yesterday and last night, and to-day (Thursday) it is still raining, and there seems to be every prospect of a big flood. AVith the nice growth in the grass before this rain we are now cer tain of a good spring. Most of the farmers have been /busy planting maize. AVhilo speaking of farm ing I will mention an incident that happened a few days^ago that may be of interest to some of your readers who have land. Mr. 11. Booth, of Sandy Crook, via AVynd ham, was using some scrub exter minator to destroy some noxious grasses in a cultivation paddock. After tho paddock was finished .he rinsed the tin ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

??'?????Asi'tqiiHikVit.,.---.; '1 lii'ir: linvi-IlliiTly Wlllllli; IK l:irCK II «-i:.-.vt.T ll:i llil.'U'llIll, To blow nil ivliom 1 Ml( .?...?.- — 'As Vcmi l.ii»-elt.'(.Sfl II.,-tc.7). On the K:iTiicni!;a Kstalo the '?Gulden 0;7l{' is treated royally. Every one; of him ilincs and mips at a .sejiarate table with up-to-date appointments. Oil most dairies the calvos arc: fed from a trough. mil 'scrum up' for their :' panum ' in a catch-as-cau nian ncr similar to the elik* at a public liall supper- table — first come iiret served. By this method the strong calf, which' is generally the most gluttonous'*- gets most of the milk— and therefore remain? strong. But the weak-, or ^aristocratic, calf, which scorns to 'demean itself by .' rtishinir tbu Uip,' /h res very badly. Tic gets what the other.' leave — if he docs not turn away in hunger and disdain from his ill mannered mates. But at Kamc ruka tlu-rc is nothing to offend I ut most fastidious. Each calf _i.u litteil with a separate stal...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERMAUGUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

BERMA0UI. Rain set in on Monday and has continued with slight intermissions ever since. The ground has had a good soaking, tanks arc overflowing and everything is lovely in the garden. i On Wednesday the steamship Eden bound from Eden and southern ports to Sydney 'blew her whistle and then passed on without oven giving a look in. The sea was too rough for her to come alongside the wharf. Captain McLellan, agent for the the I. and S.C. S.N. Co., returned from Sydney by Tuesday's steamer after a week's holiday. During his absence Captain Frampton carried out the duties of wharfinger. The additions to Mclntosh &Co\s store are a great improvement to that up-to-date place- of business. The building now has a splendid appearance both inside and out, and is an ornament to the town. AVc have now three steamers a week calling at Bermagui. The Ulladulla boat calls every Sunday for cargo. There is more shipping done here than many people sup pose, and the request for a break water was ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

': / POLITICAL. ? It appears that oven in freetrade (?) England the question of free trade and protection can't hi- pev nianently submerged. The Jute Lord Salisbury- on more than one occasion declared that high tariffs could only be limght by a high tariff. This pronouncement was forced from the- then Prime Minis tor by a Parliamentary report showing that German, American and other countries were exploiting the English markets to such an alarming extent that the very existence of many factories was threatened. Some such view is evidently being taken by Mr. Asquith, one of the Liberal leaders in England. Ho lias just declared that the 'dominating issue at Hit; next election would bo frootrado and protection.' This will appear strango rending to those people who fancy that a protectionist would bo as hard to find in Eng land as a bunyip. Any talk about adopting protection will cause a flutter in the dovecots of foreign manufacturers who have fattened on England's fatuous policy of fre...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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G.U.O.O.F. QUARTERLY DIS­TRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

G.U.OO.F. QUARTERLY DIS TRICT MEETING. The quarterly district meeting of the Boga District G.U.O.O.F. took place on -Wednesday afternoon, there being present D.M. Bro. AV. M. Boardman, D.D.M. Bro. S. M. Rodd and D.S. Bro. J. M. Lee. Owin« to the very wet weather the treasurer and trustees wore ex cused for absence. Minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. The quarterly report was then read, and made special reference to the fact that the Loyal Prince Alfred Lodge, Bombahi, had applied for permission to join the district, and expressed tho hope that all matters in connection with tho affiliation would bo completed prior to the end of the current year. It also referred to tho official visit paid by District Offi cers to tho Rising Star Lodge, Can delo, and expressed regret that owing to unfavorable weather con ditions the attendance at the meet ing was small ; but, nevertheless, enthusiasm prevailed and it was thought some good would result therefrom. The report also m...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURRAGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

BURRAGATE. Heavy rain has been falling here since Monday, and still raining. The river has risen considerably, and creeks everywhere are running briskly. A good spring is now assured. Stock hero are in splen did condition. A days sport in the form of a picnic races takes place on the 27th inst., tho first of the cinfl held hero. Mr. and Mrs. G. Keys left last week on a trip to Queensland. Mr. C. Leggc leaves here in a few days for his new home at New Station. Mr. AV. T. Hall representing F. E. Nicholas of Bega, is canvassing here with enlargements.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. MONEY LENDERS AND IN­FANTS LOAN BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydxkv, Fridav. MONEY LENDERS AND IN FANTS LOAN BILL. The Council carried the second reading of the Money Lenders and Infants Loan Bill, which contains some drastic provisions. DROWNING ACCIDENT. Two little children, sons of Wil liam Bartlctt, were drowned at Launcestoh. TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCI DENT. F. H. Brown, painter in the Public Works Department, while attempting to alight at the Rock dale railway station while the train was moving fell between the carriage and the platform. Ho was terribly crushed and death was instantaneous. LATEST BETTING. Some spirited belting took place in Melbourne last night on the Caulfield Cup. Quotations on offer : Torah 5}4 to 1, Marvel Loch 11, Emir and Boabdil 12, Uos-emead ^ 14, Maniopoto ami Pius 1(5, Roller and Warroo 20, Proccedor, Scott Free and Step Out 25, Grand Rn pids, Els-o, Overdalo, Demas, Troy town, Florin, Distraction 33. ' LATEST SCRATCHINGS. Auraria has been scratched for the Derby. HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. The House ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

?\XTILLIA.Jt RIXON -i'i conjunction VV with M. O'RHILLY j, h:u received instructions to sell by public auction, On Monday, Nov. 27, 1905, Commencing at 11.30 a.m. shnrp, The following LANDS. STOCK, and .ITEMS in the Estate of the late DANIEL IXS1UP, Esq., of ' Fan-field,' near Quama : — LAND, Lotl.— 422# Acres of FREEHOLD LAND, on which arc erected the Homestead, a first-class Building), Milking Builn, Barns, Dairy, Couch House, Culf and Pig Puddocks, etc. This bluck has a frontage of orer half a mile to main road from Bega to Cobargo, and in made up of the following blocks : — ISO, 77, 30, 181, 210, 170, 178, 205, 182, Parish Mur rabriue, County of Dampier. An Orchard and Vegetable Garden are attached to the Homestead. About 15 acres are under crop with oats, corn ami potatoes. The whole of this land is well cleared, has a splen did' coat of grass, and and is well and permanentlv watered. A snug home, splendidly situated, being 'J miles from Cobargo and 17 miles from Boga. Lot 2—18...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

From Our Correspondents, CANDELO. The total takings of the Fail when counted amounted to ,£00, and the expenses to less than £8, so that the Methodists will not i'S2, and there are still a couple of donations' to come in. Beautiful rain set in here on Monday afternoon, and has con tinued since. At time of writing (Wednesday morning) we have had 263 points, at 9 p.m., and at 12 over 300 points. It is not much use of saying it will do good, be cause wo all know that rain docs good whenever it falls, and there fore ' It will do good ' has become a stock saying. A country editor seldom has many luxuries (or he has the repu tation .of seldom having any), and so the editor of .the ' Guardian,' who has boon guarding some ducks very jealously, will miss his little luxuries, as during the progress of the Fair more bait* were distri buted, and the' 'Guardian's' ducks, besides several dogs, fell vic tims. Mr. W. Alcock, son of Mr. A. A. Alcock, of Hilltop, Tantawanglo, died on Monday after a v...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENEV[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 21 October 1905

loCi'AMOGEfi^r' Foi.i.owJWi is a VBisnATiM copy of a letter from a K.B.W. settler to a member of Parliament : — ' As I can't fiiine to town in t i me for registration, havi-si to -.-ni ser^.uin for mill;en cows, and boys being away shea rcii, i -vouUI like you to see I la- conslililc and re.-jfissor my I dog. he is 8 incnths old 15 of next month, his name is Jiismark, and i don't sactly know what breed you can call him, but he is by Brown's old collie, thai you rc mber, liim that hit the balil'i*. and a fox-tcri'ier that onct belonged to old Mrs. Thompson, up tin* river, there is a bridge that wants -loen up about S pound, and it will bcip you hear if you iret il looked lo for us. as sonic think Xash could do more for us than you. You will I-jct a polisbiou about it siiud l.iy me and oliier leaden ro;;idcnco. Unoli-y'.s draft mare, the ono witli the two foals, #?{-? her k-^; down a hole and there was nearly a smash up. Yours ? A'.k-. — The wife has a dog. but it is only a pup. I wil...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 October 1905

SPORTING. Bega Riile Club match com mences to-day. A war-cry for England's foot ballers just now^— ' Nil ' despor andurn 1 Nominations for the Candelo Spring races close on Wednesday, 1st. N&vember. On Saturday the New Zealand footballers defeated Somerset by 22 points to nil. The Candelo Oddfellows sports, which were postponed on account of the rain, will be held to-dny. It is likely that Dry River Rifle Club will send some of its cracks to the November match at Buga. Three years ago M.-irvel Loch winner of the Caul field Cup was offered to a man in Mudeeo for The New Zcalanders defeated Gloucester by 44 to nil on Thursday afternoon. About 12,000 people witnessed the match. The sum of £8,500 was distri buted at the recent Caulrield meet ing, ,£4.6-iO being won by horses trained at Randwick. Nominations for the Cobargo Sheffield Handicap, to be run on the 9th. November, close with the secretary on Wednesday, 1st. Nov ember. Tekdehs will be received up to Monday nest by the C...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 October 1905

WILLIAM RIXON (in conjunction with M. O'KEILLY), lias received instructions to sell by public auction, On Monday, Nov. 27, 1905, Commencing at 11.30 a.m. sharp, The following LANDS. STOCK, and ITEMS in the Estate of the late DANIEL INSKIP, Esq., of 'Fairfield,' near Quama : — LAND, Lot 1.— 422# Acres of FREEHOLD LAND, on which arc erectod the Homestead, a first-class Building), Milking Bails, Barns, Dairy, Coach House, Calf and Pig Paddocks, etc. This block has a frontage of over half a mile to main road from Bega to Cobargo, and is made up of the following blocks: — 150, 77,30,181, 210, 179, 178, 205, 182, Parish Mur rabrino, County of Dainpier. An Orchard and Vegetable Garden are attached to the Homestead. About 15 acres are under crop with oats, corn and potatoes. The whole of this land is well cleared, has nsplen did coat of grass, and and is well and permanently watered. A snug homo, splendidly Bituated, being U miles from Cobargo and 17 miles from Bega. Lot 2—180 acres of FREE...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 October 1905

THE RAINFALL Ox Sunday afternoon a further rainfall occurred and continued right up to when the Budgrt wag printed. All day Jlonday high winds, bitterly cold, blew from the tablelands, and 65 points of rain were recorded. On Tuesday, the same dis. agreeable weather conditions prevailed, and this week it is feared will be disas trous for weak cattle. Following is the rainfall, as far as can bo ascertained, for Sunday and Jlonday, up to 9 o'clock in the morning of each 'day : — Sunday Monday to to Monday Tuesday Bega 23 Co Delegate 28 — 'Wyndhain 30 — Towivraba 38 — Nuinbugga 30 — Eden 61 — Gabo 30 — Pambula 30 — Bemboka 26 — Candelo 25 — Bombaln 28 — Burrgato 38 — Cooma 17 — Nimitybello 29 — Greon Cape 30 — Knnoona 17 80 'Wolumla 25 170 Tathra 22 92 Cobargo — 63

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