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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER III.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGBNG. THE ZEJLZR/ZLfZ- D-AZ^fS. ? i ' .By CHARLES WHITE. . CHAPTER III.— Continued. For three days the party re mained at the fortress, and then learned that a' detachment of H.M. 51st King's Own Light Infantry under Major Ainsworth were scour ing the bush in search of them. They then decided to remain in hiding a few days longer ; and in oruer xnai Mrs. t;asn mignt not De exposed to danger in case of an at tack they escorted her part of the way into the town and then left ?her. But the police were on the ? watch, and she had not been long *? in town before she was arrested on a charge of receiving stolen pro perty; some of the articles belong ing to Mrs. Shone being found in her possession. '?' Meanwhile the outlaws were not idle. They found shelter for a ? time at the house they had visited before, and from here they made two or three sorties upon residents in theT-diBtrict: One of the placei 'stuck up' by them was Mr. Hodgkinson's, that gentleman being at home w...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEGA COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

BEGA COMMON. The monthly meeting of the trustees of the Bega Com mon was held at the office on Thursday evening. Present : Messrs. W. I. Brown (chairman), .T. Bauer, Robert Hart, W. A. Smith O t lll.Wllj illlVl LI IV- .-^V^l l^ mi J ? The secretary read a copy of the business notice as issued, and after wards the minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed. The bank pass book showed a credit balance of £156 11s 7d. Accounts passed for payment : — £ (? il ironlsninnV salary to :UBt Oct. ?:!.('- S 0. Munkor cnttiiij! firowoml. . SH-'O WieUliam and (Jo., (who) . ? . 1 I7 li (invurnmunl printer . . . . 3 18 U Smith and .lucksim ailvt. . . .1 3 (( li. Jiirilino ditto.. . . . . . VI (1 10 it 8 Tho secretary read copies of all outward correspondence since hist meeting, which was approved. The chairman explained that he had instructed the ?secretary to cancel an uruei issucu iu it uuiu moner to remove firewood through receiving information that the right was being abused. The action of t...

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THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER VI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. A SKIUAL STOKY. CirAfTKit VI. — Con Unveil. 'Anil what did you say, Waller?' asked Mrs. Donbrklgo. ' I said that I considered that no relative, except Maud's brothers, had the slightest right to ask me such a question,' he replied — ' that, when such a matter was taken up by an aunt, it was unpardonable impertinence; and that she might ask what she liked, but that once and for al) I declined entering upon tho subject of my : intentions' cither to her or any other old lady whose curiosity led her to forgot herself; and that, whatever the men she was accustomed to deal with permitted, I would, not tolerate the slightest interference on the subject. I think I also added that, if she had been an uncle instead of an aunt, I should have felt inclined to knock her down.' Mrs. Denbridge and Mattie laughed at the recital. ' But, Walter,' said his mother, ' you should not bo so hasty. Per haps, after all, it is simply a desire on Mrs. Forrester's part to check any groa...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

POLITICAL; ' Appears thnt the Union Labor Party in Parliament doesn't know what it wsiuts, beyond a very sliort working day and a .thumping big .wage.-. Tho 'otliQr day, McGowen attended a public meeting in Svdncv.'liiiviiljt for its qbjcct-tlie ooii«i '' deration of'tlio best ini-ans of 'nltrnetiiif;' ijujnigratipn' to Australia, and lie didn't diifcc'jjjtr.to the fact tliat his party wax .primarily responsible for the paHsing of the Immigration Act— a piece of legis lation which is eminently calculated to keep immigrants away from Australia. And on Tuesday. Jlr. Difcey, a. loqua cious member of the JC.S.'W. LiOxir, asked the Premier.: ; . ?Jf liis attention li^tl been drawn to ? tlip'., vi-r)\ florid ' writings of the Aaent-(?'eneral, ?'- and w'lietlier lie ?; wolijl tiik'e {iny steps to prevent the whole of lCuro'pe Mucking into N.S..W. .A too, would he dike action with respect to the (gentleman on the stuff who wrote this stuff. Appears to tho ' Budget ' that, while the Governme...

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The Ten Days Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

The Ten Days' Mission. Ix. spite of the bad weather the Mission has been well attended, the early morning meetings attract ing very many. During the after noon meetings the Missioner has spoken in a very homely and pointed way on some aspects of nnrp nhristfiin lifp. Answf»i*infr his own question ' What is a Chris tain ?' the Missioner pointed out from the Scriptures five names given to the Christain in the New Testament which emphasised the principal characteristics of the fol lower of- Christ.- First, ' a new creature.'; second, ''.a saint'; third, ' a believer ' ; fourth, ' a brother ' ;. and lastly a ' disciple.' Twp addresses- were devoted to the subject of prayer— rwhat it was, and why it' was not answered. A very practical lesson was drawn from the life of Daniel, who was pictured as 'a man- who had gained the victory over self-indulgence, self-esteem, love of i praise, fear of men, and inconsistency of life. The faces in the audience told of the clo?e attention being given a...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL Canon Martin will hold service at' the Union Church, Urogo, on Sunday, at 3 p.m. * * '* Mb, C. Li:vkston, of the dredge st'rviw, lias been gazetted assistant liirhlhnuse keener at Green Cane. -» ?* ?» Mit. John 'Unduuiiim, received .a telegram yesterday staling that butter had that day been reduced to lid. a lb. *- * * Miss' A.mv U.vnKitHru., daughter of Mr.' Thomas Underbill, of Tho Corner, is seriously ill, and it is feared that she is suffering from a slight attack of pneumonia. -S « -s Mks. Moi.ka.v, of North J3eg;i, .who is credited with being any :ige from 103 to 120 years is indisposed, hut it is hoped that her iron con stitution will stand to her as it lias often done in the past. a * -S- ' The Swifts arc among a Vaude ville Co. appearing at the Queen's Hall. Svdnev. 'Counsel's O»i nion' appears to be their speciality. The Swifts visited Uega with ' Our Navy Co.'.' * ?» ?:;? Mucii sympathy is expressed for Mr. and Mrs. Goetz (two of the oldest residents of ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

As You Like It. wiih»i.Mi,.w1.xi«isv;I«WTiifl. To blow- on irhnni I pli-iiv.' — ?' As You LiU 11.' (Act II., -c 7). .The qucstipii_'V» by Jlen Don't Cio to Clmi'eh ' is once' more to the front, and woman, liecausc she attends regularly and in greater numbi'i-.', is credited with being more deeply imbued with rer ligion than man. Which is very rough on mail. He has no inducement to at tend' church other than for pur poses of worship and nothing to disturb the solemnity of his thoughts when he gets there. He is not inteiested in the appearance of a new arrival, .iior in the enltir, cut, and pro bable'' price of the newcomer'!' suit. And he is not either elated or cast down because the fashionable Doctor Elite bowed to him or chose to ignore his presence. But on the Sabbath the mil I tll\, 1 11 111* I III; «n MBI lliinL ? i \.gv ??---??- ........ labors, while their customers criticise them. Kvcry hat and dress in the church, is mentally photographed as every wearer hoped and expected ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

SHIP BRJLNB Ajt^ / Is the only / *^^» / Treble-Helmed COItN FLOUR / ^5T / | mado. /$&*/ ^ V^ifc &«- A Wholesome, Two Packets of «W Nutritious, and WM® eminently suited SHIP BRAND ^gggg* for Weak Stomachs. CORNFLOUR \iWjgffi ===== = will c-o as far r^m* bjf»m^B-.B« ^ as three . . / 4t^-i j packets of / -S* / ® R©fin©Cl ^VWCORN FLOUR i ~A / €s^ /Is ranked by Medical authorities and \ )\ / ^flA^ / Food Experts as the Highest-class / / ^^ /CORN FLOUR in the World. It is free / i^^ /from Oil, Potatoe Starch, and every form of / €W* / Adulteration. |/^/CLIFFORD LOYE & COMFY, P* / 77 Clarence Street, SYDNEY. /suitable summer suitsN for hot weather. We make a Speciality of things light and airy, strong and sensible, for hot weather wear. /\ WHITE, BROWN AOA AND FANCY DRILL. / J&h^ \ Coat and Trousers, C%T7 \C* / /fSu\ \ To Measure, ^ / / O % fj$\ TUSSORE SILK. rnHf Coat & Trousers, QQ ^ f\ \ ;: ill / To Measure, -9O^ ^ v \ j f / ASSAM SILK. \tF^/ Coat...

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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER III. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE DS-A-IR/I/ST JDATSTS. By CHARLES WHITE. CHAPTER III.— Continued. Having ' looted ' the house they loaded two of Mr. McKay's horses with the booty and marched their prisoners to Mr. Gullibrand's. where, after a short delay, Cash iKiiitlv upbraided his eaptive host with lack of hospitality, and so seeurud.an invitation to tea for the whole band. McKay was placed at the foot of the table between two of his own men, much to that gentleman's discomfiture. Only Cash's firmness, however, suved him from a woive fate, for Jones was very anxious to Hog him as cruelly as he was wont to Hog his servants — a retaliation, said Jones, which he had found to work well in New South Wales. JJufure leav ing the place with their ' takings' the gang stripped the whole party of their boots, in order to prevent them from following them and giv ing the alarm to others. They then speedily nindo their way back to their old camp under the Drome dary, and sent in all haste to llohart...

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LIVE STOCK SALES. William Rixon notities. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. William Hir.on mittties. On Thursday, Oth November, at Bemboka, Mr. E' Jamieson's choice dairy herd and young stock; also sundries. Stock — 110 head choice milkers (GO in full milk, balance springing), 30 heifers, 2 year old, 120 heifers and steers, 12 to 18 months, '!0 poddies, 2 Shorthorn bulls, pair buggy ponies, draught horses, blood horses, Huon B. geld ings, .'50 pigs, J!0 brood sows, 1 hoar. On -.Saturday, 11th November, tit Bald Hills, near Pambulu, i'o ehuiee dairy cows', 10 two-year-old heifers, 22' heifers, IS months, 25 steers, 18 months, -If! poddies, 2 draught colts, 2-years, 1 draught colt, 1-year, 2 spring cart mure;-, saddle horse, 1 blood mare; also pigs nnd sundries and 28!! acres of land. On Monday, Oth Nov., at Col lins' yards, C'andelo, 14 springing heifers, 20 mixed cattle. On Saturday, 18th November, on Engelman's farm, Quaamii. 56' milkers and springers, 40 young cattle, 1 bull, YA pigs, horses, and sundries. On Thursday, lGth November, on ...

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THE ANGLICAN MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

THE ANGLICAN MISSION. In spite ofthe wet night a large crowd gathered in the strtvt to listen to the; mii-sionor on Satnrdtiy night. HoH])oke ofthe Christum liie as the liest lite, a necessary life and a possible life and used many illus trations to enforce his points. On Sunday large congregations at tended all the services, the one for men being specially well attended and it was felt by all to lie an impressive service, un .Uomluy afternoon the missioner met some 200 ladies and delivered an address on the Power of Womanhood. Speaking of the training of children the missioner said it wa.sfi'ci[iiently begun too late and the child of '?', nr ?I sooiKhecame the uneontrollabie boy and then the wilful and passionate man, and the missioner made an earnest appeal for the firmer exercise of parental conir.il beginning at the earliest age. The concluding service on Monday night Wiis attended by a very large congregation, and they we;e cvidotitally deeply impressed judg ing by the number w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

J. J. 0RM1ST0N, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP STREET, BEGA. (Surjcry, next A.J.S. Utttilcj. May be Consulted daily. Hours : 0 a.m. till 6 p.m. ; 7 p.m. to'8.30 p.m. 0RM1ST0N & ORMISTON, DENTISTS, Beja. Tl/TR. J. M. ORMISTOX will visit -L»-L the undermentioned places monthly, on the following dates :— WOLU.MLA— Schafer's Hotel, Nov. 0. PAMBULA-Koblnaon1! Hotel. November EDEN-Mrs. Pike's Hotel, November .9 till HI. TOWAMBA— Nov. H, 15 and 16. YA.MJiUI.LA— Xov. 17 and 18. WYNDHAM-Turbetfa Hotel, November 20 nnd21. ROCKY HALL-Nov 22 and 41. ? CATHCAKT— Nov U and 25. CANDELO-Oct. 1G till 21. BKMBOKA— Oct. 27 and 28. COBARGO-Oct. SO till Nov. 2. BERMAGUI— Nov. 3. MR. MCKERN, DENTAL SURGEON, \ AUCKLAND STREET, BEOA. Others may come and go I BUT WHYWIAN and BROOKS GO OX FOR EVER ! ! WHY f ? .a, Because their work is flawless. Because of tho High-grade material used in this establishment. Because of the Reasonable Prices charged. Because everybody knows the old firm has a high reputation to s...

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BEGA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

BEGA RIFLE CLUB. Tim: handicap match was con cluded on Sntimlsiy afternoon, 23 i«cinl-i-r.s 1 icing iirccent making a total 111 :JA fur tiic match. Aiiur thi! SCO yards rangu had been shot off rain liigan to fall and continued thronjjliout tho afternoon; the i-li()otiii-!) therefore was not so deadly as usual. Nevertheless wet weather prncliee should bo useful, for wlii'ii on active service the wwtiher can hardly he regulated to suit Mildicr.'. All tlie same, when the flight wind is taken into con .'?ideration, alj-o tho clean canvas target, hetter shooting should liuvu heen niaile. At tho N.R.A. liiui'liiig at Jinndwicl: recently ' ]]o-:;;ili|cs' were - j 11 i 1 0 coinnion in Iho rain, one man making n pos sible ai the 900 yards. Following are the complete Kcoren: — ?:-?-) -:iki :-:?- Tl. I!).(iTl P. Shall) 311 31 ?_'(! S7 IS '.17 IS. Whvman 2!) 3:) 2.S S7 i) '..(i li. Ellsworth 2.S 2-1 2M .'0 1.') !« ]?'. !?'?. Cow.ll'ov 31 2Ji 22 7!l 13 !(2 II. Mciii-atii ' 24 32 2.-1 81 10 ill (...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

SPORTS MG. Bateman's Bay has cut out a ,£35 programme for its race meet ing on Boxing Da}1. Mr. Jvidd, of Buteman's Buy, has patented a contrivance for regis tering the winners of Sheffield Handicaps. At the Sydney cricket ground; between 5 and 6 p.m., there are at times GO cyclists out training for tho November Carnival. Nominations for Coburgo Open ing Handicap and Sheffield Handi cap, to be run on 9th November, close to-night at 8 o'clock. Athletic clubs generally ijave abandoned the 150yds distance for their big handicap. The 100yds event is far more popular with runners. ' ? ? Pambula Jockey Club has do nated £2 2s to Mr M. Nash, a sportsman who visits the southern clubs, and who is at present laid up with a broken leg. The right to the publican's booth tit Candelo race meeting on 13th November brought £10 2s Gd. Mr. \V. Fraser, of the Cauduio Hold, was the successful tenderer. Cricket is encouraged out Candelo way. Mr. W. \V. Wren has pre sented the- club with a bat as a troph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

£p0~* Mr. H. MARKHAM MILLS Is now in Bega for a few days, and those wishing to participate in the profits for 1905 should see him at once at the Bank Hotel. ~MTneTijHLrBXHMPLB Of the BENEFITS to be derived from INSURING YOUR LIFE IN The Australian Mutual Provident Society. §N 31st December, 1894, Mr. .Hekbeht J. Miu.uk, late of Broken Hill, N.S.W., effected a policy in this Society for ,£200 under Table J45,.ljut ceased paying premiums in June, 1S98, up to which date HE HAD PAID ONLY B}i YEARS' PREMIUMS, amounting to £22 1b Od. He was accidentally killed on 21st July, 1905, by a fall of earth at the Proprietary Mine, Block .11, and when his representatives made application to the Oilice they learned that, owing to the system of Annual Distribution of Profits, the largo Bonuses that Jiacl been declared each year, and the Liberal Surrender Value allowed, the operation of the non-forfeiture regulation had prevented the policy, from becoming void, ' and- that although no premiums had be...

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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

FROM THE BULLETIN. A rumour still goes round that Oscar Wilde is alive. A writer in an American monthly, the Curric, explicitly states, in a signed article, that Wilde is living in a Spanish monastery, and has been spoken to by men who know him. * -* « Some faddists are trying to start u society to guard against prema ture burial. In this country there is more need for a society to pro test against the undue postpone ment of burial. In any Upper House may be found several men who are dead, quite dead, but they don't know it and porsist in re maining unburied. * . «- * Seddon unfortunately hasn't a sense of humor. Else when the 'Daily Mail ' sent that leg-pulling request for his views on the brawn of the Maoriland footballer, the frozen-mutton patriot would have replied, 'No astonishment this country victories Maoriland foot ballers over English. Our iikmi fed on best Christehurch lamb (io lie bought in London r.t M.L. (.i.i vrmiiur.t dopr.is), wl.ich explains thdr prowess.' « « * Th...

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CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, 1905 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, 1905 I ' s 2 i a -? .2 jS g '3 ?3 Day of Week w ^ 1! ' b § I I S it .« 11 M A .11 1 '. .1 r . 1 Wednesday 4 fill C- 2- -S ii-l 10 L'2 2 Thursday -I .V) 0 »! !l :!I U 17 .'i Friday 4 fi-1 ti 21 10 1!8 a.m. 4 Stitnrdny 4 51! (- 2'- I -'?'- '^ 7 r- SUNDAY 4 M! (i 211 i-.m. 12 HO (i Monday I 51 (i 27 1 17 1 21) 7 Tuesday 4 Til) (- L'S 2 112 I 8 Wednesday ? 4 4!) -- 2!- '- I 2 '7 !- Tlmrsdny 4 -18 «?:») !i '-- ?'! !) . 10 Friday I 17 1! :!1 4 51 I! 40 11 Saturilnv 4 47 (i III 0 41 4 \S 12 SUN' DAY I -Id « !12 « -.'18 1 41! J;l Monday 1 4fl -i .'ill 7 H2 )- 21 14 Tuesday 4 4.', i :!.-- 8 21! o 3!) 15 Wednesday 4 44 (! !!(! !) Ill I! -I' Hi Tlmrsdiiy 1 44 (i :!(! 10 !) 7 2!) 17 l-'riday 4 4:1 U 117 10 88 8 11) 1« Saturday 4 42 li :!S 11 44 \\ 11 1!' SUNDAY I 42 0 40 a.m. 10 12 20 Monday ? 4 41 « 41 12 27 11 12 -1 Tuesday ? 4 41 I! 42 1 7 !?..«. ^ Wednesday 4 40 i -IK 1 47 1 11) 2'' Thursday I 111) tl 44 2 2fi 2 24 24 Friday 4 I!'.) (1 45 X 7 !1 S1.' -'?') Saturday 4 ...

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FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. BURRAGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. BURRAGATE. The return cricket match Biirra giito v. Towiitnhu played at To wamba on Saturday resulted in a win for Burraguto by three runs. The .pitch was very spongy and unsatisfactory both to batsman. and bowler. The lidding oi the Bur ragate team was bad, partly owing to the condition of the field. II. Campbell bowled well for Burra gato, taking 7 wickots for 20 runs. For Towaniba W. Ryan bagged 6 wickets at a cost of 27 runs. Fol lowing are the scores : — ' Towaniba. — 1st innings. P. Alexander c and b Hogg 5 Turner b Dawson 0 A. B. O'Hara c Hogg b Campbell la J. McDonald b Dawson S K. Alexander b Campbell 12 W. Hyan c and b Campbell 12 J. Dickcv c and h Campbell 0 I r. Parker c Hogg b Campbell 13 W. Parker b Campbell 2 O. Arnold b Campbell 10 G. McDonald not out 0 83 Burragate. — 1st innings. II. Campbell b P. Alexander 21 II. DeCosta b Ryan 13 J. Hogg b Kynn 2(5 W. Hogg c Dickv b Alexander 1 C. Findall b Ryan 0 B. Hyde b Ryan 0 II. Sawers b Ryan 5 J. D...

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South Coast Shipping Facilities. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

South Coast Shipping Facilities, * The recent rough weather lias served to once n-oro demonstrate that the indents in the South Coast uoast-lino which pass ior harbors, are. really useless as such when put to a practical test. In fine weather when a coastal steamer could al most lie alongside a bluff headland the necessity for a harbor of refuge is not so apparent, but under any thing like stormy conditions there is really no place between Jervis Bay anil Eden where a boat can jmt in for safety. Tathra is little ? less than an open roadstead and to make a port there where boats could shelter in any weather would probably cost almost as much as the digging out of a new harbor. Bermagui is not so situated, and- it has been ascertained on expert authority that for an expenditure of from' iMO.pOO to ,£50,000 a harbor could be made capable of accommodating a large amount of shipping in perfect safety. Even now, except in the roughest wea ther, the boats trading to that port have small di...

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THE SPRING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

-THE SPRING SHOW. Following are the nominations for the hunting contests : — Mai r-HN* Hu.nteu's Puhsk. — H. Wright's horse, i. Kelly, jun.a' g m Allannh' 3. Kelly, jun.'s rug Yampa, A. Bland's b g lnstow, A. Hukin's horse, A. Hukins ns jl |i tiomstein, A. IHikms b g Dresden, C. Underbill's b g Boxer, Opk.v Hoxtixo-Contest. — II. '.Wright's horse, J. Kelly, jun.'s g in Allanah, J. Kelly, jun.'s rn g Vampa, A, Bland's b g lnstow, D. Blanchneld's b g Bonaparte, G. Eolfe's br g Cambor, A. Hukins' horse, Claude Underbill's b m Craft, A. Hukins ns bl g Goldstein, A. Hukins ns b g Ilawartha, C. Underbill's b g Boxer. Open Pont ITdxtixq Coxtkst. — C. Collins' Silver, Frank Collins' pony. Maidkx Poxy Hunting Contest.— C. Collins' Silver, Frank Collins' pony, Chas. Colins' eh g Meaker, L. Bartley's bl g, A. Lawson's bl g. Late entries may be made in any of the above classes' up till noon to-duy without additional charge.

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