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THE TEN DAYS MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 October 1905

THE TEN DAYS MISSION The Rev. R. B. S. Hammond commenced a ton day's mission in connection with St. John's church. The mission is undenominational in character, save that it is con ducted in that particular building. Mr. Hammond is an earnest and fluent speaker, and introduces . anecdotes cleverly to illustrate an argument. The Christianity Mr. Hammond believes in, is apparently a cheerful kind, which makes life on earth worth the living. At 8 o'clock on Saturday evening Carp street was thronged with people waiting for the open-air meetfng. The choir of St. John's took up its position on Mr. W. Rixon's sale room verandah, where an organ had also been placed. Canon Martin introduced the missioner, and after an opening hymn, Mr. Hammond addressed a big con gregation, extending right across the street. ., The address was mainly of an introductory character, setting out the object of the mission and the manner in which it was to be carried out. The speaker explained that his mission was...

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

? SCALPS. Last Saturday was ' skelp ' day, and the following tallies were paid for at the rate of tuppence a 'skelp' : — £ s d Bega, 3876 ? 82 6 0 Bemboka 16773 ? 17 18 10' Numbugga 827 ? 6 17 10 Wyndham620 ? 5 3 4 Candelo 2691 ? 22 8 6 Pambula 298 ? 2 9 8 Cobargo 3167 ? 26 7 10 Burragate returns not yot to hand,

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

A. P. AND H^SOGIETY. A mebti.vo of the committee of the above was held at the offices yesterday, the following being present: Messrs G. P. Kerrison (chair), B. C. Bingemann, A. L. Manning, H. Otton, H. Underbill, Jaa. Cochrane, J. J. Kitchie, and the secretary. Correspondence was received. The following reports were handed in: promenade concert committee's bepoht The sub-committee beg to report that everything points to the production of a first-class entertainment. The orchestra isjin practice. Double quartettes, (vocal) and duets will be rendered, in addition to solos by the best available talent. The society will have to procure the use of a good piano as Miss Rhienberger and Miss Green havo both been invited to render pianoforte solos and tho latter lady will accompany Miss Rbeinberger and Miss Kirkade in a violin duet. In almost every instance the ladies and gentlemen who havo been invited to assist at the concert have kindly consented. The success of the undertaking which at f...

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

FROhl THE BULLETIN. WouTn noticing that tho ' evan gelical' clergyman — the sort of preacher who runs a ' Bi'thel ' or a ' Bethany,' and sees j-opcs in his sleep — never speaks of a meeting, or an assemblage, or an audience, or a congregation. It is always a 'gathering' — as' if it were a boil, or a whiUow, or something else un p'e.vsant. 'Snell': 'Australia for the Australians ' is a fine cry a:ul has been in circulation a good many years now, and yet/how fuw Ans truiian.s one meets '?who think Aus tralian and iVvl Au:-tri\li:u\ as a Frenchman thinks and ? ftsuls for France, or n Spaniard for Spain, or German for the Kaiser Bill coun try 1 The other day, in a Mel bourne city hotel bur, a. big sailor, with a thick foreign accent (he might have been a Russian, Dane or Finn), was cursing Australia from Geelonjj to Cooktowii and the Swan to I'ort Jackaon as n IimhI of cows and be-devii!ed wasters. There were seven men prwent, live of them Australian born, but none of them seemed' to it...

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

?CENTRRL'RUNNING GROUND. Following nro tlie starts for Jleaker and ?Underbill's seventh torchlight handicap, postponed from lltliinst., ami to be run to-night:— .: Scratch— Rod the ? Jlercer, The Bega Budget, Hairspace, A. It. Sliarpe. 8 yards — A. O. Maniis. S'A yds.— T. Simpson. flvds. — C. Grcon. '. 0-f yds. II. Elliott.: ?!IJ4 yds. — F. Tapper. 10 yds.— E. Hammond, A. Haves. lOtf yds.— R. Pheenev, S. ISoyd, II. V. Higgins, II. McDonnltl,, 'A. 'K. Bnul ?:don.' ; , is. ; ? ... ' idyi yds.— R. Tait, F. Collins, .T.Scully, ?'F. Annytage,' A. Wepplur, F. Taylor, 11. Clarke,-;J. Engloimin, II. Burton. - 101/ yds. — J. Tapper, - P-'-Ebzery, '\V. B,. Collins, R. .Ferguson, J. Heudorson, £. Huntek f ?'? fc ' t - - ;' !:? IV yds. — .J.'Boyd,'' W. A. Zirigel, AV. Ilazelgrove, C. Eggius, A. J. Clarke, O. Britten, C. -Sniith, S. Jams, T. Wcst woodj Wt-.Whoatley, A. Tuber. ll^T yds. — ' W. Evers,' J. S. Sclin 'back, B. Cou'se'ma'cke»-, H:Stewart (a); W. Bower, J.-HukinSj-J. Cnsack. 11/^ yds. ...

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

To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper. SUCIAIt. — QuhenbiiAnd, white itBsnnw, 13/3 per 'Dili, bug; Companies T.C. or ! No. 1, 701b. bag, i:i/G; I.A. or I.W. Crystal, lS/'J 701b. baa; -No- 3 or J,i'ht Urown. 12/G 701b. bag. FLOUK. — Lily of tub Vii.Mtr, a splendid linker's Flour, in 501b. bags, 8/1S per lOOlbs; JJiiu.ntom's or Gilmupiis'b, in 501b. bags, 8/U lOOlba,- in '001b sacku, 8/0 per lOOlbs. TKA.— Our Golden Tip L'nyjon, nt 1/- per lb., is without n doubt tho bunt vahio ever offered, ' once tried always used,' in II i 0 s 10 and -'01b. tins, or | larger quuntitcs. High Grown Ceylon, a beautiful Golden Tip, I/I) per lb. Special High Grown Kxhibition Golden Tip Ceylon, Is. Gd. per lb. JAM.— White Star, libs. 3s. per do*.; 21bs. iis. Oil. doz. Wove ISrand, made in Victorm,21b tins, 5a. Gd. per doz. Jliono Brand, made bv W. D. 1'eaeoek in ? Tasmania, lib. 3a. 3(1. pur dozen; 21bs. 5s. lOd. KKUOSENE.— Silverliulit 150 high test, a...

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

CALENDAR .FOR, OCTOBER, 1905 iS ' ' ' S Z ' ™' i *3 ~ .Day'onViek 'S ? f# ^ ?' '*; I ?: ??? S- m; 'I ?£.. ? ?;. II' M II M AM PiM,. 1 SUNDAY 5 '33 5 C7 7 20 8 22 2 .-m.l-.itr , 5 32 5 58 8 14 9 29 3 Tuesday . ..'. 6 30 6 58 9.1 10 34 4 Wednesday.' 5 20 8' 5!) 9.52 11 ,35 5 Thursday '. . 5. 28 0 0 10 45 A.M. 6 Friday 6 26 6 .' 0 11 40 12 31 7 Saturday 5 25 0 1 l-.'si. 1 23 8 SUNDAY ? 5 24 G 2 1 32 2 9 9 Monday ? if 23 0 3 2 28 2 50 10 Tuesday- 5 21 B 3 3 21 3 27 II Wednesday 5 20 0 4 4 14 4 1 12 Thursday 5 19 (I ? 5 5 10 A 34 13 Friday 5 18 0 6 0 2 5 . G 14 Saturday 5 16 6. G 6 55 5 37 15 SUNDAY ' 5 15 6 7 7 4!) 0 10 16 Monday 5 14 6 8 8 42 6 45 17 Tuesday 5 13 6 9 . 9 '36 7 20 18 Wednesday 5 12 6- 9 10 29 8 1 1» Thursday ' 6 10 6' 10 11 22 8 44 20 Friday . -? 5' S G 11 a.m. 9-37 21 Saturday . 5 ? 8 6 .12 12 12 10 25 22 SUNDAY 5 7 6 13 1 0 11 20 23 Mondny 5 G 6 14 1' 46 p.m. : 21 Tuesday - 5 -4 6.15 2 30 .1-25 25 Wednesday . 5 . 2 fl 10 -3 11- 2 30 26 Thursday 5 1 6 17 3 52 3.38. 27 ...

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

,- POLITICAL % The Bulletin in its issue of the 19th ihst:H' ' ' , ' '; ? .- ::. Tho dispute between Anderson— the- Sydney hat man who wants to import more hatters — on the one side and the Hatters' Union on the other still con tinues, nnd it is difficult to accurately sort out the circumstances amid much confusion of statement. But two solid facts remain all the time: (1) If we bud a tariff hiuh enough to shut out imports of foreign hats, we would mnko all our own hats. (2) If we made nil our own hats, we would have room for hundreds of new' hatters without depriving n single existing hatter of his job. And the Budget modestly points out just one solid fact : — That if we had a tariff as high as the Tower of Bal-el we wouldn't make all our own hats, for there are not sulli cient skilled hatters in Australia, and' the Immigration Restriction Act blocks nny more from coining. Under the present 30 per cent, duty on hats Mr. Anderson, of Sydney, .was prepared to increase his plant 100 ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER III.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 October 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGiftG. TZBUE ZEULZR/XiTT JDJL.HTS. By CHAKLES WHITE. CHAPTER III.— Continued. While in gaol awaiting transit, Cash formed the acquaintance of a fellow convict, to whom ho un folded a plan . of escape; but the expected opportunity did not pre '-.. . Bent itsolf until.' some time after he had arrived- at his destination, and as his custodians had received a report concerning : his previous attempt at flight, he was subjected to stricter surveillance than the '? other prisoners. . For greater ... security he was leg-ironed with a ?pair of seven pound cross irons, ami placed in a barrack, Burroun ? ded by 'a stockade twelve feet high. But he was equaL to the emergency. Although within sight and hearing of a gang' of billetted hands, who were working in the yard, he seized ? ' lu's opportunity, procured a goodly sized stone, and resting the centre ring connecting his leg irons upon another stone, struck and broke it, thus disconnecting the irons, al though each leg stil...

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

Preferential trade. As article on ' Preferential Trade'; may not -prove -quite so- seductive, to many people ,'as. one pn '.' the rise. and_ fall qi hoiseracing,'' or '' a tram to Tathra,' 'or even the. ques tion of* the ''site for the,. Federal Capital,' but the BOdget can't help that. Prime Minister Deakin has declared that-for his party the cry at the next election must 'be '' Pro tection ? and' Preferential Trade.' Of course it goes' without 'snyiiig that tlie Opposition will;go just the other way. ? '? But for the present, by the grace of the Labor Party, Deakin- is in power and Ministerial declarations canhot'be' disregarded no matter who leads. ' . . '' # *' * Of course preferential trade would only be possible under High Protection, for under no other system could preference be made and' enforced. Under freetrade with its open ports it would bfi impossible to extend advantages to any particular nation, cbuutry or state. The ports are free, and all share alike. But . with Pro...

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

L1YE STOCK SALES. Willum HUoii notifies. On Thiirwlay. 2« Ootnhnr, on the farm' nt Wir!ii!ii!:i, :?'.' niilc'i i:o\v--,'6 spriiii;!'!^, I .luiv.-y bull, o0 pod-.Vios, (j pif.'.-; nlso pundrii's. On Kr.tnrdny. *S(h October, an list- fnt-iii known us linglrninnV, '?'' iina, o'.l choice milch co\vt- (-17 luitying. loiiini-c! .-;prirt^ii|^), 2-j heifers mid stivr.s 12 to 1^ montlis, .vs. pm idles. ] iniiiviiivcn ?R''iijiinj:, -I yo'nj-s. by Cli'Vi-luml, 1 iilly, A yrp., by . Iluiin 1?., 1 1'iisre. .stinted to Uebi-l Cliild.-. 1 liily. 1 ytiu, by Naomi, [- ii^l-.t s.i'Mle anil Itiifiieaa horse.-.: :iKo Mindrics. Williiim Ui^ii!'.. in rnnimi(di-vi with Tell ii'.ui Allan n.iiiir--/r.:ltj hi :1O didry iim^, -! ciioi.v^ ycr.n'jj lieifers lit Double IJmsk, on; f!«n- diiv,' 'Oth October, oh nccoiii.t of ? Xr. \V. M-.irr.iy. '? ,' Oji Thiiri-ilay, i'th Novwnlmr, at lliiiihoka, Mr. E' Jnnnobon's cltwiue dairy herd ai.d youii,; -i.iul:; jIho Bundvies. On Saturday, 11th Novemlwr, at 'aid- Hills, n...

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

The Going. Cricket Season. Easily last month Bega was visited by/ a Sydney Cricket' team, and hopes were entertained that the event would give the game a .'fillip' locally. ?:. Since- then, however, only /one match has buen played on the Bega wicket.- Certainly . the wea ther has not been -of d kind which a cricketer loves ; but; all the same, there. is no denying that as far as Bega is concerned -the game: has slumped. It has been allegodthat the old cricket -dub', .by. not en couraging second grade matches, has chilled tho ardor of young playbrs. ? And there is reason in thecontention of these; latter- that it is hardly worth while 'to -belong to a club where only the best eleven is chosen to'play. . There, are plenty of youngkpluycrs in Bega with any uniount of enthusiasm and love for the game, who though probably not either skilled batsmen, bowlers, or, fielders,, .like -.their .game .on a. Saturday or. Wednesday as well as the .best. \\rhen Bega had an Odd-* fellows', club,' an...

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 — 25 October 1905

Inter-District Summary. Mr. A. Leslie, saddler, has left Nimitybelle, ' there not being suflidient businessi there to support two saddlers. . . Mr. M. Goggin has left Nimity beile for Delegate,..where he intends to run- a billiard room. - ? The Mattania.j.f Estate, near Gundagai, has been sold to a South X ncf.rn Hn n «i»-nfltnnfn — tim-fillflSfi money ^30,000. ? rTho property, it is understood, will, be sub-divided and sold to South Australian farmers. ' : ''K ? Fresh horse posts are to be erected in front '6T Candelo post office, to replace' those very necessary . conyejjiences recently carried away by a runaway. At a general' meeting of -:^ie members of the Candolo School of Arts last week, it was unanimousl} decided that thefsecretary of the institution be paid, the committee to fix the salary. —-?? ? A public Complimentary smoko concert wilfb'evhe^'fiit Cobargo on: ?Thursday. nighj,r^'^!niber 2nd,-' on' the' occasion of ??'Hie''%\'isit of the Grand Lodge offiqwrs.to- that town....

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

THEY SAY: That tho Hellera Coterie, whoppen In the School of Arts to-raorrov Might In cliwlsa a. clairvoyanV— B»g- C. C. ln tenda asking hot %id to discover th* wheronbouU of its ortcktftlng material ; and That It Is quite noulbls iho Trill b* .?yiVod to tip the Melbourne Cup wifi ner That a Sydney paper in 1U column ' For Women MUvidei that ' straight front cornets nro going right out of fashion' — the straight front wai n»Tur vary popular in Bega. That it is honed the weather will dear up for the Spring Show; ami That tho promenade concert will be onu .of the most enjoyalilo entertain ments over held in Hos*.; »iid That John Uivlcrhill, the bo» aecro t:iry, htin everything in order for any emergency. That men, young and obi, should at tend Miiwiuner Uuminuii'l'a ;ul.!res-i to ' moil Only ' on Sunday ufteruoou ; aud Tlmt tho rcT. preacher drwsn't go in for snuffle, but gota off some solid truths, which must appeul to the ' un regenerato ' whogo idea of the Christina life i* tuuoci:...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
As You Like it. "I must have [?] withal, as large a charter as the wind, To blow on whom I please." —"As You Like it." (Act II., sec.7). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 October 1905

T As; You Like it. V ,' .- ?'lmu9llnivoll1iorty ; J Wlthnl, ns lnreo a'rliiirlcr (in tho wind, -. To blow cm whom I nlenMC.' -' As You Uke it.' (Act II., so. 7). ; Mr. 'Wnililcll took.n '.squcninish turn the other day and wastcU -Uio' tiini of the House with ri silly motion -drawing ? attention to the necessity for stopping hosing nintohes. Of course Mr. 'Wsiddell ha'd all the- best, of the argument, . for cvei-yliddy l:now.s that tliiisu .so-called liqsing contests are in nine out of ten cases nothing less than brutal fights, and now and then principals arc yl'iccd . uniler aiTest while a defeated and bat tered-.maii lies between life and death. Tf he survivetho effects of the thump ing, the men are let go, and if ho goes under, there's a tnal'.and the nuali are let go scott f ree just the -same, i Now, the 'BuntiET can't see. why the House or' anybody should interfere with two '?pro- fessional pluggers whoj away from the public gaze, set to work to see who can belt the other tho h...

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

MISCELLANEOUS The editor of the ' Daily Mail,' telegraphed that the British public were amazed at the brilliancy of the N.Z. footballers and asked what New Zealand thought of their success. In a reply of 150 words Mr. Seddon said ho was not sur prised at the British public's amazement. The news respecting the contests was awaited in New Zealand as eagerly as the South African war intelligence. ' The healthy- conditions of colonial life,' added Mr. Seddon, ' produce stalwart sons of whom the Empire should be justly .proud.' « * # At the Prahan Court on Thurs day, John St. Clair Farquhar Kirk patrick charged his wife, Rose Ann Kirkpatrick, with theft of a port folio of letters which he valued at £150, and which he admitted were love letters from the daughter of a high State official, living, at St. Kilda, with whom he had arranged to elope. . After hearing the evi dence, the magistrate, addressing the informant, justified the wife in taking the letters, stating that if she did so it w...

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

KISSING DOOMED BY DOCTORS. In the history of the world the kiss has leit a great and lasting impression. Is science about to abolish it and make it as much a mark of barbarism as the gentle habit of wearing a ring in the nose? Although too often relegated to the dubious spheres of summer piazzas and French novels, the kiss has its dignified history as well as its frivolous. Tragedy as well as comedy has been its portion. It has been the symbol of great things — great love, great ruin, great sin, groat triumph, great sacrifice ; great treachery also. Who has not thrilled, to that awful drama of one immortal sinner, who for a handful of money betrayed his Friend with a kiss and then went and hanged himself ? Originally the kiss stood for vital things, good and bad. If in one era it degenerated into a per functory courtesy and in another into a valueless adjunct of cheap flirtation, if in certain cases it becomes vulgarity, and in others hyprocrisy, still the emotional dignity of the k...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE UNEMPLOYED. "AN INSTITUTION THAT NEEDS BREAK­ING UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 October 1905

THE UNEMPLOYED. ' AN INSTITUTION THAT NEEDS BREAK ING UP. A deputation from the ' Citizens' National Afovoment to Deal with' Unemployment,' waited upon the Minister for Works on Thursday, and presented a number of resolu tions carried at a recent public meeting in the Town Hall. Further, the following specific questions wore put to the Minister : — (1) Will the Ciovcrmnunt pro vide for small autonomous colonies, industrial, agricultural, and fish ing? and (2) will the Government subsidise any public financial sup port given to such colonies, and, if so, to what extent ? It was urged that it would be possible to build an institution in this way round the unemployed problem. The Go vernment had already done some thing in this direction at Mudgee. but this was only a drop in the bucket. Ono speaker attributed the existence of the unemployed to the invention and introduction of labor-saving machinery. It was claimed that the unemployed were ?Buffering ' the tortures of tho damnej,' and ...

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

J. J. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP STREET, BEOA. (Surjory, noxt A.J.8. Bantj. May be Consulted daily. Hours : 9 a.m. till G p.m. ; 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. ORMISTON & ORMISTON, DENTISTS, Boga. ']\/j'R. J. M. OKMISTON will visit J-*J- tho undermentioned plasea monthly, on the following dates : — WOLUMLA-Suhafer'8 Hotel, Kot. 0. PAMBULA— Robinson's Hotol, Novembor 7 and 8. EUKN— Mrs. Plko's Hotol, XovomW 0 till 1.1. TOWAMBA— Nor. U, 15 anil 10. YAMBULIA— Sot. 1' and IB. WT.VDHAM-Turbotfi Httsl, NoY«mb«r 20 mid 21. BOCKY HALt-N'ov 22 and 23. CATHCART— Xov 21 and 25. CAXDELO-Oct. 10 till 24. BE.MBOKA-Oct. 27 and 28. COBAHG0— Oct. 30 till Xov. 2. BERMAGUI-Xov. 3. MR. MCKERN, ' DENTAL SURGEON, AUCKLAND STREET, BEOA. Others may come and go ! BUT WHYMAN and BROOKS ? GO ON FOR EVER I ! WHY? ? ? Because their work is flawless. Becnuse of the High-grade material used in this establishment. Because of the Reasonable Prices charged. Because everybody knows the old firm hns a high reputation...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 October 1905

UOBAL AND GEERar V Owing to an interruption on -the line, tho Budget could not get its usual batch of wires ' tlirough yesterday. . -? '???.??: ?. * - ??? '*' '???? ' «?;?. . ? ' ' The N.S.W. Lancers nnd Aus tralian Light Horse. will... be repre sented at the military competitions in Melbourne next month. D. \V. Warren anil II. Howard have been chosen 'from the Bega squadron as part of the A.L.IL section. The following have applied for oyster leases,, objections to which must be lodged with. the Board of Fisheries within 30 davs from the 13th instant:— II. A. *Otton, two leases, each- 200 yards, at Kelson Lakej Tanja; J. 11. Boiff, 100 yards, on the south bank of Painbula River. ? -» -S ?* ;? The recent heavy rains are re ported to have done considerable damage to the side culling, known as McLeod's hill deviation. As was only to be expected the loose tippings on the cutting have sunk rind washaways have occurred. ?» ?* . * ? Ox Tuesday of last week, Mr. Smith inspected the Angledal...

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