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A HANDICAPPER'S PECU-LARlTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

A HANDICflPPER'S PECU LAR1TY. When a handicapper is wanted, a racing committee does not pick a clerk out of the club's office for the billet, but selects an experienced racing man. The reason is that a man who has expert knowledge and an opinion worth exercising is wanted, not a clerk to rely solely on figures and results. Strange to say, however, these expert handi cappers are strangely adverse to showing any originality in their work. Horses trained in stables which contain or have contnincd good horses get substantial weights, no matter how poor their particu lar form may be. Even the late Mr. Scarr, who was less prone to stick to figures than any other handicapper Australia has had, was in the habit of regarding all T. Payten's horses as good at the time the J. B. Clark stable was at its best. Now all Scobie's horses get their full penn'orth and a bit over. F.J.A. has not shown a vestige of form for two years, but until this week he was always kept near the top of the tree in ha...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WISE SISTER MARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

WISE SISTER MARY Mary had a little lamb, its fleeco was white as snow; it strayed away one summer day where lambs should never go. Then Mary sat her down, and tears streamed slowly from her eyes ; she never found the lamb because she did not advertise. And Mary had a brother John, who kept a village store ; he sat down and smoked his pipe, and watched tho open door. And as tho people passed along, and did not stop to buy, John still sat down and smoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy eye. And so the brokers seized his stock, but still he lingeied near ; and Mary came to drop with him a sympathetic tear. ' How is it, sister, can you tell, why other shopmen here sell all their goods so quickly, and thrive from year to yoa.r ? ' Reinomboring now her own bad luck, tho little maid replies : ' These other fellows fatten, John, because they advertise !' The girl stood on the burning deck Whence all but her had fled. She wouldn't leave until she got Her hat on straight, she said. Diffident ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SONG OF SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

A SONG OF SPRING. The wind sighs over the onion bey, and whistles among the beans: the moonlight falls on the cabbage stalks, and shimmers Along the greens; the frog croaks under the rhubarb-sticks, the snail climbs over the wall, and a cat from under the mulberry-tree is wailing the March in ' Saul.' while out of the gloom by the dust-bin's shade comes tho mournful croon of a serenade: ' Oh, my love, my Mary Ann, I vow you,re sweater than strawberry jam! ' The cricket chirps from the pars ley-leaves, the slug crawls over the soil: the worm creeps from his earthly lair, and writhes in many a coil. From the dewy green of the turnip-topa -comes the hum of the frisky gnat; the house-dog rattles his rusty chain, and — — Goodness us, what's that? For a sound breaks in on the lover's bliss, and the song dies down to a muttered hiss: 'Oh, Mary Ann, 'tis time to scoot, for that was the creak of your father's boot I ' A wild yell burst on the evening air, and startled a prowling bat; a form ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

LATEST-TELEGRAMS. ? '' . Svn.VBV, Frid.iv. Two prisoners, named I'alston aiul Lover, who were awaiting trial at Orange on.a charge of forgery, escaped yesterday and are still at large. - Tho Hon. I). B. Moorhoad, M.L.C., of Queensland, died yesiterday. The Salvation Army self-denial week in New Zealand realised £9292. ' The cane crops in the Murwillumbah district have been extensively damaged by lire, which is still raging. Cane growers and Kanakas have lost heavily. Latest returns of the AVest Australian elections are Ministerialists 34, Labor ites 13, Independents 1. Ahoy named Higgins was accidentally shot dead bv his mate with a pea-rifle while out rabbit shooting at Jfyngan. A fair volume of business was done in Melbourne last night on the Cup. IVa roo, Scott Free, Blue Spec ana Aurate received most attention. Xearly £2000 laid about Waroo at 10 and !) to 1. Similar amount secured about Scott Free at 100 to 8 and '.). A couple of thousand booked about Blue Slice and Aurate at 1...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANCHESTER UNITY l.O.O.P. VISIT OF THE DISTRICT GRAND MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

MANCHESTER UNITY . I- 0- 0- F VISIT OF THE DISTRICT GRAND MASTElt. On Monday night District 'Grand Muster Lawson nhd Past District Grand Master Hill were received by the members of Prince Alfred Lpdge m .the Lodge room. The visitors were briefly welcomed hy.X.G. Bower, after which l'.fi. Urooko proposed imd.P.G. Piper seconded a vote of thanks to the District Officers for their visit. Mr. Brooks said South Coast Lodges did not often receive a visit from Grand Lodge officers, and he hoped the present tour would bo the niL'iinK of rousing the Unity to greater activity, and particularly in'Bega. The Grand Master thanked the 'Lodge, -m his own and colleagues' behalf for the kindly reception tliey had received. Throughout their tour 'they had received nothing but consideration from Man chester Unity men, and he would always remember the Southern Oddfellows. They all took an earnest interest in their lodges. Though far away from head quarters, and placed at a disadvantage with' regard to ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY, 31ST NOVEMBER. (Before His Honor ,Judge Fizhardingo) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

Bega. Quarter Sessions. ?./Tdesday, 31st Novemukk. (Before His Honor .Ttidyo FiUlmrdingo) Tlio line of? £2 imposed '.-upon Victor Hollands llenrjr..for iion-attendatu-c aa a juror last session!) wail remitted. An allidavit^vns lodged that lwndi-l not re ceive, thc'usunl summons, mid on bciiin sworn before His Honor, witness stated tfiat liis mail was not delivered but Wlliipi'd in ii nrivjitp lmv. The fine of X2, imposed on Edward Jamieson, soar., was remitted, an affi davit being lodged that be was absent in Queensland when (lie Sessions were held. Owing to illness Alexander Jliller Clarke was excused from attendance us n juror. William John I.ane was absent wlien called, and bis ease was left standing over till next day. Tlioa. Dnwson was charged with breaking and entering the hut of Alt Yung, at Candelo, and stealing there from a pair of trousers and a razor, also with receiving goods which be knew to be stolen. Accused pleaded '?not guilty.' ? The Crown Prosecutor said the Crown...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Acceptances for Melbourne Cup [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

Acceptances for Melbourne Cup [BV'WlBB.] AcccptiuK-cs for.tlio Melbourne Cup: Emir, Marvel Loch, Tartan, Gladaoino, Grand -Rapids, '.Jfaniitpotd, Overdule, Elvo, Mnrinont, Cnntoon, AVtirroo, Bluo Spec, Rollor, Procecilor, Scot Freo* Troy town', ' ? Scotland, llosouioad', Circuit, Torah, Fabric, Infnutu, Zeplir, Cluster, Dnntzie, Tliackcry, Aurtit, Pius, Jargoon Simoclii, Admirer, Grama,

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 — 1 November 1905

Inter-District Summary. There were no cases for the Quarter Sessions at Bombala on Wednesday. Candelo is considering the ad visability of establishing a branch of the R:c. Guild. It is reported that tho Aralucn Consolidated Dredging Company is about to sell out for £6,600. Mrs. P. Ubrihein and family, of Cobargo, are selling their dairy herd and are off to Queensland. Council Clerk of Braidwood has issued a writ against the Council, claiming £200 damages for wrong ful dismissal. At Broken Hill before Mr. Ste-, venson, S. M., Henry Anderson bookmaker, was charged -with us ing the bar of the Commercial Hotel on October 19 for the pur pose of betting. Defendant was fined ^25, with costs, in default two months' imprisionment. A ' tea cup ' correspondent (.' J.AD. ') 'writes to the ' Daily Telegraph from Eden:— While wo are over the teacups I will give you one or two wrinkles. Someone was asking how to cure opossum skins. I have a large rug of about 40 skins that has been in constant use...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

THEY SAY: That after two postponements tho Cinderella in aid of the School of Arts will be held on Friday night; and Thnt if there be any truth in tbe say ing ' there's luck in odd numbers' the Cinderella should bo a big thing. That the big cattle sale advertised by Mr. P. Jonas nt Bombala for the 9th November should receive the attention of Bega nnd inter-district buyers. Thnt there nro rumors of half a dozen marriages to come off about Christmns time; nnd That judging by the fine work spmo of our young people are getting in there should be at least 50 happy unions at or before the festive senson. That if our cricketers would only take up the home matches proposal earnestly the grand old game would boom in Bega; and That parents would do well to encou rage their boys to play the heathful and uncontaniinated national game. That tho return cricket match Burra gate v. Wyndhnm , will probably bo played on Saturday. That those who wish to make provi sion for their families in the easies...

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 — 1 November 1905

THEG01NGCRICKETSEAS0N. Dtuit Buikikt, — I nm much. interested in your suggestion ior the establishment of a Home Cricket Association, with ncom petion of its own, and I think thesehenic u workable one. A member of a recent visiting Sydney team expressed the opinion thai it was u wonder cricket was pluved in the country towns at- all, con ?Hui-ruijj: Hint every miiii-u eniaiieii mo expunge of n day's outing and miles of travel. That is where the city cricketer and footballer has the advantage every time, lie l-iiii do all his travelling for tuppence, and his association arranges first, second and third grade matches for him right ahead, according to the strength' of the clubs. And I know that Mm majority, if not till, the members of the old lieg'a club would readily fall in with any proposal that piomised to make tbo game .boom in the district. Tlu-y are all enthusiasts and perhaps deplore the lack of interest in the game mori! than any other section of the com munity. They, too, hav...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hawarra Methodist Synod. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

Illawarra Methodist Synod. Tin-: financial session of the Illa warra District Methodist Synod opened on Wednesday last at Ninvra. It was resolved that the synod recommend the conference to transfer the Robertson circuit from Illawarra to the Goulburn district. The following new erections and purchases have been completed during the year: — Church at Suth erland and school-hall at Nowra; brick church at Corriinal, in course of erection. Improvements have been effected in connect ion with the Kiama, Gerringong, Nowra, Kangaroo Valley, and Bega churches, and the Kiama, Jani beroo, Nowra, Berry and Milton parsonages. Permission was asked by the Wollongong circuit to sell the old church and site at Corriinal, and to the Cobargo and Tilba cir cuit, to erect a church at Central Tilba. The Itev. T. B. Holmes was eleete:! to accompany the chairman on the stationing committee, and the Ue ??. J. Walker and Messrs. Wiseman and Thompson were elected as district representatives on the distributio...

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 — 1 November 1905

As You Like It. 'linutlliiivv liberty Wltlml, ik Inra. ii I'lmriLT »??? Die iilml, To Mow on wlinni I plonv.' —'As Yon Like tt.' (Act 11., sc. 7). Fmin time lotimo the man turns up who is walking round the' world for a wager, lie has. to start out without money or food and with only the clothes on his back. In that impecunious stale lie starts duo eitsl (Hid travels until lie again reaches the point of commence ment — that is if he isi to win his bet. The latest freak undertakes lo travel 25,000 miles on foot in a couple of years and '. keep himself.' Well, the J5u»ui:t sees nothing very wonderful in u per formance of that kind. It knows dozens of tramps who have been travelling the South Const districts for at least twenty yeltrs, and must have covered at ? least. Hl!l,(117 mill's. Hut these intrepid jiccls. never seek for newspaper, notoriety like their fellows of the toney order. In fact their names never appear except it be in the policy court columns, The walking fake like the ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL The ???,.' Leader ' says that ' billiards arc 'raging at the Nowra School of Arts.' — billiards raging! -» -» » The ', Budget', understands that Mr. P. McGtiiiiness5'' will leave for Tmnberumba to-day.' Members of his family left- 'for that town some time ago: '? ? * «- * Mk. J. C. Walsh,:of [Casino, has been appointed letter carrier in Bega in the room of Mr. F. R Cowdroy, appointed to tho Cus toms Department. '* .* '* Mu. JosKi'ii Wakm'xo. of Candelo, was admitted to.Bega IIos]-ital last week. .The old-in:in was getting out of bed when he overbalanced and fell, 'fracturing his leg. ?:s . ''* -s -Some weeks ago Sid Irwin, son of Mr. Win. Irwih of Moruya, was admitted to St. Vincent's Hospital, suffering' from a lame leg. The knee developed a soreness and a stiffness, which' Sid could .not ac count fo^1, he having lio memory of a knock or a sprain. On Thurs day, it was ? found necessary to amputate the leg above the knee. The JiuiXiK-r sympathises with him and his ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 1 November 1905

BEMBOKA. On Wednesday last at the Bemboka   Roman Catholic Church, Mr. George Blyton of Numbugga and Miss Rose Ryan, only daughter of Mr. James Ryan of Bemboka, were united in the bonds of matrimony. The Rev. Father Condon was the celebrant. The bride looked trimmed with goflored chiffon and orange spray. She also wore the usual wreath and veil, and carried a beautiful shower boquet, the gift of the brides-   maid, Miss N. Shiels, who wore a dress of pink silk and lace. Mr. W. M. Ryan, brother of the bride, was best man. After the ceremony the young couple amid showers of rice returned to the home of the bride's parents where about 40 guests sat down to a recherche wed- ding breakfast. The beautiful wedding cake which was the gift of Mrs. Brunton of Bega adorned the centre of the table. Mr. Maunder presided, and in proposing the health of the young couple paid a high tribute to their many good qualities, a tribute which was based upon long acquaintanceship....

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 — 1 November 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. The State librarian grieves at having to report that the more im- proper a book is the more eagerly it is sought after by a certain class of readers, in which is included a large percentage of women. Kanakas whom Commonwealth legislation squeezed out of the cane fields continue in demand by the farmers for scrub-felling on the Brunswick. They are spoken of as thoroughly good workmen, and honest citizens, and have no diffi- culty in getting credit from the storekeepers when they require it. While they are good spenders they are not spendthrifts, for nearly all of them have healthy accounts in the Savings Bank. The attention of scientists is being directed to a curious pheno- menon in the valley of Bienne, near St. Claude, in the mountainous district of Jura. The high granite rocks that surround the valley have been slowly shifting for years, and the inhabitants have noticed with alarm the alterations of the landscape. Several of the villages are slowly moving. Particul...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

COBARQO. The long-felt want ' — our town lamp— arrived on Friday and was erected the same day. And all Cobargo gathered round for the ' opening ' that night to see it lighted. It is. a beauty. We all stood admiring the lovely light — the girls posturing to their sha dows — the glim was so perfect. Everybody noticed and told every body that it threw light right across the two bridges and up the Moruya and Bermagui roads. While everybody was admiring I felt a sudden sinking sensation about the region of my left lung; I recollected that it was Friday and that there could be no luck for that lamp. But it still burned lovely, and on Saturday night burned lovelier still. But on Sun dav nhrht it started its capers and refused to light. When it did, it tracked the glass globe. We wore all there again; and had the best authorities on lamps trying to got it to go, but it wouldn't. Then sonic miserable pessimist said he knew what was up. It was moon light and the lamp feared to make the moon g...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

From Our Correspondents. CA.N'DELO. Tin: recent rains have made quite a transformation in the appear ance of the district. Instead of ?brown, bare looking hills, we now have them clothed in a beautiful green. All the tanks' are full and creeks running. Grass is shooting nu-ely, anil the prospects lor tiie future looks excellent. Speaking of the future reminds me that Madame Heller has predicted fine seasons until 1912—13, when there will be a drought. A local sprinter has backed him self to run half a mile against a well known pony which is to trot a mile, and 1 think my money will go on the ped. The publicians booth for the races on the 13th. was sold by ten der Mr. W. Frazer being the pur chaser at j£10 2s (id. The Hellers played to good nouses ncrc on iuonuay ami iucs day and fairly mystilied the natives. The conjuring was of the best seen here, whilst the answers to ques tions were marvellous. ' Bluebell ' was as much a favorite as in Bega, and had to be repeated the second nigh...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

POLITICAL. Quite a number of the small fry of the Great Country Press are picking at the Budokt in an indefinite sort of way for its criticisms of certain legislation passed at the point of the bayonets of the Labor Pnrtv. But none of these ln'intH at tempt to defend the particular enact ments or bills attacked by the Budget but in a general way refer to the Labor Pnvfv nml if.q work ns' .1 whole. This paper, as a good democrat, acknowledges the right of any section of the people to be represented in Parliament and it never even by inueudo insinuated any thing to the contrary, but it does intend to exercise the right allowed to every individual or paper in a British com munity to fairly criticise the acts of our public men including our legislators, the Labor Party not escepted. And it would be a sorry day for Australia if this right of free criticism were even curtailed in the least degree. When the Labor or any other party does anything, which is for the benefit of the people — no...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Final cup acceptances. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

Final cup acceptances. Following are the final acceptances de clared on Tuesday, for the Cup (dis tance two miles) : S,t III Kt 11) Kmir - - 9 S Trnvtowtl - 7 8 Marvel I/wli (inc. Sn.llmirt ? 7 5 1011) lUMliiltv) 9 4 Riisi-liH-flil - 7 4 ThNiui ? ' - » 0 Fnlirlc (101b pen.) 7 3 Gladsome - s 11 Tomh - - 7 3 Mniilnnoto (Incl. Tin- Infanta - 7 1 (lolb penalty) 8 10 Zepho ? - 7 0 Klvo(in.71upen.) 8 9 Cluster - -70 (imiid Rapids '-89 Dantzlc - - 6 13 Ovcrdalc -89 Thackeray ? E 13 Marinont ? 8 7 Circuit - - 5 13 Canteen ? 8 8 Aurate - - 0 12 Warroo - 8 2 Pins - - fi 11 Illno Snce - 8 0 Jurgnon ? t- 11 Holler - - 7 13 Simula - -09 l'roecclnr - 7 11 Admirer - - ti 7 Scott Free (Inclu. Grama - - li 7 71I- penalty) - 7 7 Of the 32 horses left In the above, the best of them appear to be Kmir, Marvel Loch, Tartaili Manlopoto, Warroo and Scott Free. For places, the Budget tipster gives : Maniopoto 1, warroo 2, Emir or Tartan H. Our devil dreamt about his best girl who wore blue specs., therefore...

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 — 4 November 1905

Inter-District Summary. A meeting at Maclean last week decided to ask the Government to extend the northern breakwater at Clarence Heads 1250ft., at an esli mntcd cost of about .£56.000, as suggested by the Advisory Beard, as an alternative to the constant dredging of the entrance. This, it « jintipin.-i ti-rl. wnnlfl slinf, nff f Ho northern sandbank, and prevent the shoaling of the main channel and Yiimba entrance. Two men named David Raiston and Walter Lever, who were await ing trial in Orange Gaol on two charges of forgery and uttering, made their escape on Monday morning. The\r were in the exer cise yard, and Warder Oram, who was in charge of four other pri soners in the next yard, heard a noise at the door leading to the rear of the gaol. On going to ascertain the cause he found that the lock had been wrenched off the door, which was bolted on the out side, and that the two men had gone. They bolted the door as soon as_thcy had made their exit, and ran through the yards of sev...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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