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ASSAULTING A NON UNION IST: SIX £20 FINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

ASSAULTING A NONUNIOM IST: SIX £20 FINES. At Glebe Police Court, a laborer and six miners — Samuel Cains, David Moores, Charles Withers, Edward Galway, William James Shepherd, Alfred Hawkins, and Thomas Downey — were charged, before Mr. L. S. Donaldson, S.M., with assaulting Thomas Rootsey, at Glebe, on October 4. The evidence of the prosecutor, Rootsey, corroborated by train of ficials and others, was that ho was pulled off the tram, punched by the men, and thrown down a 12ft em bankment. While there they fol lowed him down the bank, and kicked him about the ribs. A voice called from the tram, ' Leave him alone.' The men then desisted from a further interference with him, except one man — Downey, who ran after witness, and hit him on the shoulder. A voice then said, ' We'll give you some more to-morrow night,' and the men walked away in the direction of Balmain, with the exception of Withers, who continued his jour ney in the same direction as witness. Withers kept making in sultin...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRINGING BOOKMAKER'S TO BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

BRINGING BOOKMAKER'S TO BOOK. The decision of the State Full Court in the case of Sub-inspector Sherwood against Thomas Prior introduces an interpretation of the Games, Wager3, and Butting Houses Act which may prove of interest to many people during the forthcoming turf campaign. Hith erto bookmakers have been pro hibited by statute from using a ' place' for the purpose of betting. And much argument has grown up around the definition of the term ' place.' It might be argued that a bookmaker, being a corporeal entity, must necessarily be in some place at the time that he is fulfilling his function of betting. But the Act provides that ' whoever opens, keeps, or uses any house, office, room, or other place for any of the purposes mentioned shall be liable to a penalty,' etc. And, therefore, though a bookmaker must, strictly speaking, 'use' some 'place' every time that he makes a bet, it has been decided that the ' placo ' must have, as it were, a tribute of individuality, of segregati...

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 — 4 November 1905

LOCAL A&1D GENERAL, The Rev. Canon Martin will hold service at the Settlement on Mon day next, Xumbugga on Tuesday, JJrogo on Thursday, and Angle-dale on Friday. ?:|f w ?» Asnii: W.u.ickk, sister of Mr. J. 1. wniKur 01 vooargo, nas iiccn very ill af. Kredbalotira, of pneu monia. One day this week her temperature was up to 101. .?:?. * .-a At St. John's Church on Sunday evening a mission service will be held. The mission hymns will be used and Canon Martin will preach a sermon on li Confessing Christ.' ?S -S -S Mu. John U.vokimh.i.i.'s little boy who was recently taken to Sydney to undergo an operation for a growth on the face, has hardly a mark to denote where the great McCormack had operated. * -S « Applications for the position of teachers in small country schools will be received from unmarried men between 18 and 00 years of age, by the secretary of. the Public Service Board up to '27th inst. An examination of applicants will be held at Jieira. ?X:-~ * «- Mr. T. Manning, ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

As You Like. It ?Minus! linw IPiiTty WIIIihI. us In ftv a MlmrliT u- the wind, Ti- blow 011 ul ? I l.li'HM'.' -'As You I.llio It.' (Act II., se. 7). The 'Cunimomvcnlth Kxceutive Coun cil has granted the Deputy I'dstmastor venei ai auiinniiy hi fin on icu'iniiiiii.'B used by betlin/ establishments mid ilis nrdiTly li.m.st'.«. Infereiilially then the rinvci'iimcMt doesn't ohjert to {.'ai'.iblinir houses and brothels an such, hat they must n 1 desecrate tno iiiiiTime-ciiniwit telephone. -\--\r, ii the tute simp and brothel arc openly tuluratot, the I'.rwsitT rail .«t-o 110 earthly nbjwtinn Id nrreptiu;; fi'i-.- fur tlu- use of the telfplinue serviiv. Surely the ('inwrniiieul isn't (.'rowing S(|ticaniish stud ivfusinjr (he liarlnt's 11111 iiiry oil the j:n mud that it is tainted. If it isu'l jim id fiKiu^h In .sujijuv*- jjainh 1 1 1 1 -_r ik-nsj and iininni'id hous'.'s. then it is untiling loss than prudish im-in'isisti-m-y tii refiisi! tlie invners uf thi.'.-v places tlie use 01 tin.! ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

?\XriUJAM KIXON (inconjumrli.il' . YV with M. O'HKILLYj, lias ivccivu! : instructions to sell by public auction, On Monday, Nov. 27, K-05, Commencing at ll.:-0 a.m. sharp, The following I.AKDS. STOCK, and ITHMS in tlie Kututu cif the lair liAXIKI, IXSK1P, Esq., of ' Fail-Held,' near Quaimi : — LAND, Lotl. — \12'4 Acres of FIJKKIIOI.n LAND, mi which are orwtril tin Homestead, a lirst-claiw Ituildin;;), .Milking Hails, Harns, Dairy, Ciku-Ii House, Calf and 1% PaddnrkH, etc. This block has a rrontngi.- of over half a mile to main road from lv-jia to Cobargo, and is made up of the following' blocks: — I'M, 77, ISO, 181, 210, 17!), 178, 20'), 1S2, 1'arjeh Miu rabrinc, County of Dumpier. An Orchard and Vegetable Harden are attached to the Momc--U-ud. About 15 acres are under emp with outs, corn and potatoes. The wholit of this laud \f well cleared, ha.-, asplin did coat of grass, and and i-: well and permanently watered. A .snug home, splendidly situated, lviiig 0 miles from Cobargo and 1...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eden Pastures and Stock Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

Eden Pastures and Stock Protection Board. The usual monthly meeting of the directors of the Board was held at the office on Tuesday morning. Present: Messrs. G. P. Kcrison (chairman) T. J. Kelly, W. Hans comlje, and T. Cocnraiie : also Mr. 0. K. Hudson, inspector of stock, and the secretary. The secretary read the copy of the business notice as issued and also the minutes of the previous meeting, the latter, being confirmed. The secretary produced the bank pass book and also a certificate from the manager stating that the sum of £32-1 5s 2d is to the board's credit. A number of accounts were passed for payment. The secretary read press copies of all letters, telegrams, etc., writ ten by him since last meeting, which the board approved. IXWABD CORRESPONDENCE. From Pastures Board Council of Advice containing Crown Solicitor's opinion to the effect that trustees of Commons are not liable to assessment, but arc owners so far as the other parts of the Act are concerned. From the same sou...

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

C1 OMPI.TV ;? ?? . \ i: \ sMti K.K / i-'n '.?,i:i. !£a*r ?-.'Puor, of AltTP. . TO-Nir.HT (SATURDAY), 70 JJU1U '.DIKU ? r ? jiAL;,. GOKDOX, j rv.n:ij! . ' : . ? .ato Military Forced. . 1 All Jtf.li . F. F. COWDROY

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

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Cup betting in Melbourne very dull nutwithstuiulinii that there is plenty of sweep iiionev about. Tartan, Gladsome, Blue Spec have advanced a little; Tiirali and Kmir easier. Quotations 100 to Hi Tartan, 15 Manipota, 11 Gladsome, 10 Wnmo and Scot Free, S Kmir, 7 -Marvel Luch and Blue Spec, (- Torah, 100 to -X HUH IUU \,\J L UlllUl.T, OUlllUI^ UUWlJj Ull the Derby. The Assembly resumed the Budget debate. llnlmnn declared that the finances bad cone £800,000 to the bad as a result of Carruthers' term of otliee. He said that the Government had now reached the limits of economy, and that the only means of averting financial di saster would be by the imposition of additional taxation. AVaddell said that Cairiithers had managed the finances carefully and wisely. Several members', s.peakingon the Bud get proposals, declared the proposals to build the North Coast railway to be a wild cat scheme. Mr. \Vatson, leader of the Labor Party in the Ft'-!onil I'tirliainent, says tha...

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

THE SPRING SHOW. A - ? The Spring Show held under the management of tlio Bega A. I', and H. Society came oil on Wednesday, and was in every way n success beyond the dream of'lhe most san ? guine conimilteenian. This is the more surprising and satisfactory wlien it is remembered that the season, until the last two or three weeks, had been most adverse. Vegetables cannot be grown in a few days, therefore it i» not sur prising that this section did not fill up at all well. Still the un favorable season gave the intelli gent fanner who practises intense tillage an opportunity of showing what could be done under unfavor able climatic conditions. And two or three exhibitors rose to the oc casion, Mr. D. Sercombc, of Tanja, being the foremost. This gentle man's .exhibit of Early Rose pota toes was equal to anything grown under the most favorable conditions and would have done credit to any show pavilion in the State. Mr. Sercombe also had a line collection of fodder grasses, which included...

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

RECEPTION TO BRIGADIER GENERAL GORDON. The State Com ? ldunt, Urigadier (ieneral (iurdmi, arrived )j? steamer at Tathra yesteniav, and was welcomed at the Council Chamk-rs l.y the .Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of liega. Thuau prestnt were : Mr. Ji-.h. Itixon (Mayor), Aldermen IV.l, JJruolw. Heck, Ii.mr.l iiiiiii, ltlami, and Jown«enit, L iilion Martin, Siih-lnspei'tor 'i'ippctt, Doctor Maishali. M''.-,-]',j. llav.kiiiH, llankin, Ciiiiiiiiigliain, Krazer, K. A. (,'larke, H. Oltoii. \\\ Uison. I'. !?'. Cowdn.v, l.aw !»-,i, Ii:i:uri.!Hiin,'II.Ci.«'kfrill. ' T!io ii:.-i.i:;;;::i.'li'.d visitu:*, '.vlio wasiic t'niiipaiiicd I'.v his aide, Lieutenant l.vuiiH. :ind Captain Jackson, of the Bega Squadron, v.a.-- met at the dour of the CliHiiihi-r.* l.y the Mayor and welcomed !?- ISc-tja. ||..; speaker Imping that tlic l:rig:idii-r-ti(.-:ipr:d would enjoy his visit. The Mayor ihen e.-corted the visitors to tlu-ir seals, which were plaird mi the. right --f tin- muvi.ru! chair, the aldermen li...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT COURT, WEDNESDAY, nOVEMBER 1ST, 1905. Before His Honor Judge Fitzhaardinge. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 November 1905

DISTRICT COURT. ' Wednesday, November 1st, 1905. Before His Honor Judge Fitzhnrdingc. H. Cockerill v. T. II. Cullcn. Verdict for amount claimed, £\ 11s 3d. Mr. Blomfield for plaintiff. M'Jntosh and Co. v. Thomas O'Neill. Verdict for plaintiffs, ,68-1 7s 4d, and one witness. Mr. Bloni field for plaintiff. William Farnham v. A. Lamont. Verdict by consent for £(i 4s. Mr. Blonilield' for plaintiff. Mary Blyton v. F. Schuback. Verdict for amount claimed, .£16 5s, and one witness. Mr. Curtis for plaintiff. Otho May v. A. Sutherland, dis honored p.n. ^43 Is 8d. Verdict for amount, and_interest at rate of ?5 per cent, to due date of judgment, and one witness. Mr. Bland for plaintiff. . Allen Bros. v. Joseph Smith, dis honored p.n. ;£30 5s. Verdict for amount, with 5 per cent interest to duo date of judgment, and one wit? ness. Mr. Bland for plaintiffs. Mahomet Box v. J. Stephenson. Mr. W. F. Richards for plaintiff, Mr. Bland for the defendant. Amount claimed ,£10 17s Id. Mr. Bland stated th...

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

PRINCE ALFRED LODGE SOCIAL. Ox Tuesday night a complimentary social was tendered District Grand Master Lawson and Past Grand Hill in the Lyceum Hall by the Prince Alfred Lodge, Manchester Unity. The Grand Lodge officers nrn en«-nfrnrl on a tnnrinf visit, in country lodges which will occupy about 18 days. Starting at Quean beyaii they have visited Bonibala, Wyndham, Bega, and were to be welcomed at Cobargo on Thursday night. Thence they travel to Mor uya, Milton and Xowra, and train from the latter town to Sydney. The visitors, who had never travelled this part of the State be fore, were surprised at the fine country through which they passed, and the general air of prosperity worn by the people. They ex pressed their thanks to the officers and members of the Prince Alfred Lodge for their efforts to make their visit interesting and enjoy able. Mr. Hill is a warm advocate for the establishment of a juvenile Lodge where the population war rants such an institution. The cost of contribu...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 8 November 1905

tr *7T^^7gaggiro?i,.'ri«HgKMawmigros-a[ I TalKmg J I Machines | f at Paling's. I k We stock both kinds — | L- Disc and Cylinder Re- jj p cords. . | ? i *. i f Band Selections. 3 =?' Songs by the world's ;i ?: leading artists. (- I Recitations by present 4 clay orators. : Instrumental Selections by the greatest soloislb. I * ! H Our Disc Records are I indestructible. I Reliable instruments at I Lowest Prices at I Paling's, ; S 338 George St.. \ n Sydney. 5 ?_^gg?^*r^'rA&ii'''J'*'1'' ''M' ' 'LU --'-FT*''-- '??? ?'?ViMHTI T°''-^u-'jl^|^ SUITABLE SUMMER SUITS^ FOR HOT WEATHER. We make a Speciality oi' tliiugs light and airy, strong and sensible, for hot weather wear. /\ WHITE, BROWN Afri\ AND FANCY DRILL. / /---'i%-v-, \ Coat aud Trousers, £%^/T /^G? f\ — M \ To Measure, 25 I/O TUSSORE SILK. Coat & Trousers, jTj^ S^ tfT\ fTo Measure, &Zj &rA teA \J \ ASSAM SILK. Coat & Trousers, (~y CJ £°3& (T\ To Measure, 5O*5 C^ \3 These Suits are in Pat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER IV. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 8 November 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. , THE ZE-AJR/Xj-y IDA.YS. By CHARLES WHITE. CHAPTER IV.— Continued. As a commentary upon this it may be stated that no less than six cases of ' sticking-up ' occurred on the Parramatta road during tlie ensuing week. So croat became the alarm that travellers joined on the road for mutual protection, and a news paper of the day offered the follow ing comments: — For the past few days there linve been fewer instances of robbery than there were during the past week or two ; yet travelling is far from safe— even between Sydney and Parramnttn luanv persons, rather than venture alone, still jog along in sixes and sevens, or keep up, for pro tection, with the coaches. Some naif dozen constables, we believe, have been 1 tacked off along the Parramatta and Liverpool Roads, but hnve returned to town, as usual safe and sound, but emp ty handed. Not so in Van Dieman's Lund — when the bushrangers were play ing tncir worst pranks, me i.ieutenant Governor himself set forth i...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 8 November 1905

At a clearing out sale hist week at Hyangum, (Xorlh Coast), liO ? cows were sold by auotion, and brought A'GliO, or an' average of £11 per head. Springing cows realised up to £17, and heifers up to £-1 '2; while the highest, price paid for a line cow -was £20 '2s (id. A two year-old Durham bull was knocked down to Mr. J Mills for £20 10s, . and two bull calves on the bucket went-for £7 os.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAMBULA SPRING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 8 November 1905

PAMBULA SPRING RACES. Following are the weights for the above, to bo run on Wednesday ?22nd inst: — O|ionint;. llanilimip, (i fur: llomik l'.link \U2, Caiwnr, H.:S, lluivtta S.:!, Zit wi-11 K.I), ISmverQiu-eii 7.7, Hnpiil liiver 7.7, Xiii-i-ipi..7.1,;Coiim!illor0.7i WulmiMii' Triul Stiiki-H (i fur. :C'ni!Har ii.li, Zotwi-U, !i.(i, Ciiri-u l.ymi 8.1 1, Lady Tliosp.iin R.:', \Voh)iiiln,7.1H, Itiiokot 7.7, I{»imluni7 .7, Cluiiisy 7.!), Tim Sexton, (1.12; Sir Henry li.ll. Kinul Ilaiulii-ap, 7 fur: Jinimic Itliuk il.ll.Go Soun W.:i, Muri'ttaS.:!, /.olwull X.0' Uulliiiii 7.10, Curiliu- 7.(i, I'orra Lynn 7.1!, Jk-ilsillist 7..'i. Xiu-riua 7'0. Councilli.il li.7. llackut (i.7. November -lliiiulii'np, ' mill' HI vils, : llonniov'Miik, !).!!, lio Soon '.).::, Atlnnloiin S.5, . nislurlninuu 7.(1, (.'oiilite 7.-1, Jluilul lisl 7.0, Xuri-ipi, li.il. Timo llnuilil-iip Trot, 1'4 mile: Itoln-1 Mauil U Pi-L-omls lii-liiml, The Gem, 11), |{i;lii-l Prini-u 111, X..M. K, Austnil Hm- :t, Iteliol K'in-: ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANDELO SPRING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 8 November 1905

CANDELO SPRING RACES. Following are the weights for t Ik- above, to be run on Monday, Kith iij/tanl : — XoVL-iiiliurTriiil \W-lu-i-: Nuhliwi-'.i.l.', Clumsy '.).:;, Zi-twi-ll K.l:-, Phyllis S.ll. Tim Si-xtiin S.0, .Sir llunrv S.'l), 1Vni rliftVS.O. Cili'ululu S|)i-iii}t lliinilii-np: Cm H ? i !-..--, Atliintuuii 8.H, Zulu li.7. Siotwell (i.7, Tim-hill (i.7. Klyin- llamlii-np: Untlisi-liil.l !l.7, Lin Soon il.fi, llunettii .S.2, Cr-sui- 7;i0, Moilallist 7.r,,'Zctwell(!.12, 'Uapid lliver Time lliinilii-aii Trot : Nuuiliuuiin, (ii-L-y, Willio, and l'ully srnitch, Iit-bel Kinj; .mid Austnil Hnv .!lHv'vri. - liuliiml. X.M. li, Gladys ami 'Uuliel Mauil 1^, lloro Hi, Kathlooii IK. ALTCiitimvu. rloHu on .Tlmi'Hilny, itth XovomliL-r.

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LABOR'S METHODS. THE CAUCUS DENOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 8 November 1905

LABOR'S METHODS. THE CAUCUS DENOUNCED A telegram from Knlgoorlic says that feeling seems to be growing in labor circles against the pledge and the caucus. Mr. Horan, labor member for Yolgsu-n, holds some what similar views regarding the nlmli'e to tliosu -.?cntilatwl bv Jlr. Jioltpn, thu labor member for North Frcmanlle, and Mr. Daglish, the late Labor member. In the course of an interview, mi. .iiuiuii aiiiii witi u mind ^Ainiiiijj; conditions, West Australia would never return n. majority to Parlia ment pledged to the Labor caucus. ' When,' ho continued, ' a few months ago I recognised that it was impossible to conduct the bu siness of the country as the parties then stood, the necessity for a dis solution forced itself upon the pub lie mind. I was the first to advo cate an appeal to the country. 1 regret my first attempt in this di rection was overruled by the cau cus, the majority compelling me to vote against the highest principles of representative government. ' I regret on th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 8 November 1905

SPORTING, The- datcsof Ihc Eikn hlio-.v iinvu heen allered from Kith and 1,7th .March to 1 lth and loth February. Colonel Lyslt'i1, 11 linn Ijelievi-r in the reservist rillwnan, hasdonat i.'d .£70 to go towards the jhmzc list for the Lyster Match at the N.A. l!.;s ljig shoot. At race ineeli ne; hold recently nl Pillion, 11 iieculiar incident hnp liened inllio big handicap. Acety lene won, but weighed in 'Jib' light weight, as did every other horse in that event, and the committee de clared it no race. Eden has arranged to send a team to Bonibala on the 13th. i 11st. l^ollmvingimvo been chosen to play for Eden:— Harris, Alexander. I'amsey, Bellchamliers, Minis Wahnsley, E. Connor, Smith, and D..W.. mid T. Buckelt. With regard to Emir, the jockey Lewis, who has ridden him in most of his races, regard:- him as far mid away the most cunning and tricky 110r.se lie nas ever riuiien. lie knows more than the average man, Lewis says, but is getting mure dilli cult to understand, and lias bec...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 8 November 1905

FROM THE BULLETIN. The squeamish folk now squeal ing against any' compulsory ' sys tem of military training probably don't know that by Federal law the Governor-General has power in nine or war to call out every aoie bodied male in the Commonwealth. All that is proposed now is that they shall be trained for that call. * ' * « Something probably in the way of another record — certainly some thing in tho way of another horror. At Ilkerston (Q.), lately, there was a waltzing competition ; and the prize, which was to go to the couple who dropped out last, had to be cut up amongst three couples. They continued the lunacy for five hours, and then had to be knocked off be cause tho committee wanted to go homo and milk the cows. ?Jlf 3? 3f A X.S.W. Select Committee has decided that that Orange firebrand, Parson Woolls Rutledge, of Sydney, didn't tell the truth in certain wild accusations against the Civil Ser vice, and on the evidence it couldn't possibly decide anything else. Any ordinary ...

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