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TOWAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 November 1905

TOWAMBA. A general meeting of the To wamba Progress Association was held at the local hall on Saturday night last. Mr. J. Hartneady oc cupied the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read as follows : — From the Public Works Depart ment (through W. H. Wood, Esq): In reply to your letter of the 24th ultimo, stating that certain land near Towamba through which the road to Yambulla at present in use runs, has been sold, and the purchaser intends to fence same, thus blocking the traffic : I have the honor to inform you that the maintenance men have been in structed to clear a bye-track. With reference to your letter of the 7th August last, urging the construction of a culvert and ap proaches at the township of To wamba, on road from Eden to To wamba : I have the honor to in form you that the Minister has ap proved of tenders being invited at once for this culvert, and instruc tions will be issued accordingly. With reference to your letter of...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

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Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

Tho London Bible Society's cen tenary fund of '250,000 guineas has been completed. King Edward, \n a letter, forwarding 100 guineas, said ho 'hoped that the society would gradually Christianise the world. President Koosuvelt cabled that 'he/; hoped- the society would stimulate world-wide interest in tho translation and circulation of the Bible. 'The Kings of Denmark and Sweden, tho Kaiser, and the Queen of Holland, also telegraphed con gratulations. | Everyone on this earth should believe, amid whatever madness or moral failure, that his life and temperament have some object on earth. Everyone on the earth should believe' that ho has some thing to give to (lie world which cannot otherwise be given. Every one should, for tho good of men and the saving of his own soul, be lieve Hint it is possible, even if wo nre the enemies of the human race, to bo tho friends of God. — G. K. Chesterton.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

Paling's Pianos will stand all climates. (They're so good and I cheap ; be | sides every one carries j our well | Known ^ I guarantee. i ! Send for handsome I illustrated Cata« ? loguo, and don't for ^ get the Price List, i Post Free. I ' * I Paling'*s, 338 George St., Sydney. '

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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER IV. Continued. SOME AUSTRALIAN "MEN IN "BUCKRAM." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGSNG. THE JEJLTbTjTSr JDJL1TS.. By CHARLES WHITE. CPIAPTER IV— Continued. SOME AUSTRALIAN ' MEN IN 'BUCKRAM.' The Bench of Magistrates at Bathurst was called upon, on 1st March, 1820, to hear a remarkable story from the lips of Robert Kec nan, prisoner per ship ' Mangles,' overseer at Miulgce for Mr. Law son. Keenan said that he was go ing to Mudgec about a month be fore, after nightfall, Mr. John Law son riding before him on the road, and when within about 3 miles of of the station, three men started from the edge of tho river qxiite naked, each of them being armed . with a gun and pistol. They ran past deponent, and then turned and went round him, telling him to ' stand or they would blow his brains out.' Deponent stood, of course, but called out to Mr. Law son to 'come back and bring the soldiers.' He returned, and depo nent at once jumped off his horse and presented his pistol at one of the men ; but the four men pre sented their muskets at him, and one of them...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT ABOUT THE WOMEN? [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

WHAT ABOUT THE WOMEN? Mr. W. H. H. Redmond, M.P., brother of the Irish Nationalist leader, who recently visited Ade laide, has been telling the Boston 'Pilot' some very nice things about Australian women. 'There is no doubt' (says Mr. Redmond) 'that the Australian woman stands very near the top of the list of the women of the world. In point of looks the Australian girl can safely be said to be without many rivals. It is really astonishing how many pretty faces there are to be seen, not alone in the best streets of Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and the other cities, but in the. country as well. It is probable that the Australian woman may age more quickly than her sister at home in appearance, but the climate is responsible for this. In the bloom of youth and early womanhood, however, it is very hard to imagine anything more charming than the Australian .girl. She carries her with an undoubted grace, aud there is in all her movements an easy air of self-assurance, as much as to say, '...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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As You Like [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

As You Like Si. ?' 1 must have liberty Witltnl, as Inrgo a clmrlur 11s the iriiid, Tu blow un n-lioni 1 plirase.' —??As You LiKc il.' (Act II., sw. 7) For cast-iron cheek you can't beat a trades-union. The other day the ''Wharf-laborers' Union asked the steam-ship owners not to work cargo on Wednesday last so that the men might attend a meet ing, wesuinablv to discuss the Arbitration award. Tiie Bua&i.r wouldn't be surprised to Iw.ir o, a union asking (lie employers to allow its members to knock oft work while they had a game of ! quoits or watched a cock light. 1'coplo who talk seriously of a statutory six-hours working day are not likely to stick at trille3. « « * There are certain words which are perfect god-sends to tlie coun try newspaper man. Such a word is vandalism. If some practical joker shaves a horse's tail so tli.it the brute can't Hick away tha ubiquitous fly the-thing is described as ''an act of vandalism;', while if a young George Washington comes along and h...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ONLY POLITENESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

ONLY POLITENESS. Deakin (to British farming class generally) : ' Yes, as head of the Australian Government, I invite you, on behalf of that Government, to come in thousands and occupy our Australian lands.' Farmer (gruffly) : ' 'Ere, ye said that afore. What bloomin' lands are you or your Gevernment able to offer? 'Ave ye any?' Deakin : 'Well, I must say 'just at presont, none; but may I not bo polite ?'

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Candelo Spring races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

Candelo Spring rases, Tin-; C.'indolo Spring r^it-.'-s look jilncuon the Tiuitownnglo uoursu on Alf.iiJay. Tiic wcuthor wjis perfect, luit for 11 ru!.!mr cr.ol bree/.e from the iiiuiuititiiii-, . wiiich fiiruud the latlies to 'Imlv,' tiiuir finery under warm cloaks. '.'Nevertheless in the afternoon the grand stand was well patronised, tho guy groups of well-di'esred holiday-makers taking their modest wins and losses wilh equal good temper. Tho attendance was somewhere about .'J00. There wer» no Je^i; than eleven /bnokiiiakcrs pre sent — S. Siiurpe, J. O'FiirrulI, W.'t Dunsraore, J. Gorman, G. Robertson, IT. Dibluy, A. Saunder.s, J. O'Brien, Box, C. Green and T. Robertson — -an evidence that Uan dolo sporlsnion are good bettors. The Melds were small, averaging about four for each event; but the racing was up to the usual spring meeting form. Messrs. T. .lieft'er nan ami ii. l'. uollins, as ]iulges, had no close finishes to decide, but the stewards were in committee for an hour or mor...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

FROM THE BULLETIN. Said a ' colonial experience ' . Johnnie in a city saloon: 'Dem,: youah Australian sense of humah.: ; Ai don't understand it. Ai was;t having dinnah at the little inn at.'i Pitchiloola, and they were talking ; of jumping hawses. So Aibegan tov; Vlyil K11V/1II Ui/VUU L11UU £3V\JIJ v£ A.AJAIAV ..;. about the wagah mai uncle, the ?'?;- Earl of Fitzbroke, made with mai ;i cousin Lord Buektooth; that he '; would jump his huntah ovah a 6ft. fence with a ditch on the other side. Ai was just telling how the Duke of Hawborough had agreed to hold the stakes, when a rough, hairy person interrupted and said, 'Pass the mustard.' And, when Ai passed . it quite civil}', they all roahed with laughter. Then some fellah said it was Coleman's best, and they roared again. Dem it all, Ai say, what's the joke? You chaps are a lot of silly asses, you know.' # * * 'Paul Cupid': Most animals have a natural dread of snakes. When a youth I was ploughing some ground that had been turned over...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. pIVIXE SERVICE will be held as under:— f St. John's Church, Ucga-Every Sunday nt 11 a.m. and 7.S0 p.m. Holy Communion on 1st Sunday at 11 a.m. and 3rd Sunday at 3 a.m. ? CANON MARTIN, B.A., Rector. ~ CATHOLIC. ^~~ ~ }y£ ASS will bo celebrated as under:— Bega every Sunday at 9 and 11 a.m., and Devo tions at 7.20 p.m. J. J. GUNNING; AUSTRALIAN METHODI3T CHURCH. gERVICES will be conducted as under:— ? - Bega, every Sunday at 11 and 7.30. Communion Service on the tlrst Sunday after. U a.m. ser vice. Sabbath School at2.30. Christian En deavor, Wednesday at 7.30. Choir- Practice Friday at 7.J5. ?'? '::.--. Sunday Nov. 12, Bega.U, ('A Visit to the Westminster o[ the Bible. '0 Brogo 8 p.m. Bega 7.M. (' Repentance: What & it?'1) Sunday Nov. 12, WallaRoot, 7.110 (F. Johnson), Settlement 7.30 (Mr. French), Buckojo (Mr. Craven.) Wcck-night Services. .''? Monuav, 13th, Garilcld. E. W. BRISC03IBE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. -Q1VINE SERVICE will be held as ui.d...

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CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, 1005 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, 1005 Jl | B 1 | 5 Day of Week '« 'J * « & § « a & ' f~M i~M AM P.M. 1 Wednesday 4 50 0 22 a ;« i' ?' 2 Thursday 4 55 6 23 0 31 11 17 8 Friday 4 54 0 24 10 28 a.m. 4 Saturday 4 53 0 2'- 11 25 12 7 ? ? - 6 SUNDAY 4 52 6 26 p.m. 12 50 6 Monday 4 51 6 27 1 17 1 20 7 Tuesday 4 50 6 28 2 11 -2 4 8 AVednesday 4 49 0 29 3 4 2 37 9 Thursday 4 48 0 30 3 57 3 0 10 Friday 4 47 6 31 4 51 3 40 ? 11 Saturday 4 47 C 31 5 44 4 13 12 SUNDAY 4 40 0 32 0 38 4 40 13 Monday 4 45 0 33 7 32 5 21 14 Tuesday 4 45 0 35 8 20 5 51) 15 Wednesday 4 44 8 36 9 19 . 0 43 10 Thursday 4 44 6 30 10 0 7 29 17 Friday 4 43 6 37 10 68 8 19 18 Saturday 4 42 6 38 U 44 I) 14 19 SUNDAY 4 42 G 40 a.m. 10 12 20 Monday 4 41 0 41 12 27 11 12 . 21 Tuesday 4 41 0 42 1 7 p.m. 22 AVednesday 4 40 6 43 1 47 1 10 23 Thurgday 4 39 6 44 2 20 2 24 24 Friday 4 39 6 45 3 7 3 32 25 Saturday 4 39 6 45 3.49 4 41 * 20 SUNDAY 4 39 6 40 4 34 5 49 27 Monday 4 38 6 47 5 24 6 58 28 Tuesday 4 38 6 48 6 17 8 4 29 A...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVE STOCK SALES. Auctioneers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. Auctioneers' Ronorts. Win. llison- reports the follow ing prices ? for yesterday's sale, a good lot of ,«ttic!c being forward: Springers jEM'I.'ik to ,£ii; ,J-toro cows to £2 13s, fat lmlios-lcn £9 8p to 4.'.) 14s, fat cows £o 10a to £5 15s, backward heifers £4 4s, steers 12 to 18 months £1 11s . to £1 15s, working' bullocks £6 to ,£6 16s, bulls fa to £i- lbs. William Rixon notifies. On Tuesday, 1-ltlr November, at the central saleyards, 40 pigs, 8 fat bullocks, 25 steers 18 months old, 20 steers lyr old, 8 springers, 12 young working bullocks, 1, brown gelding Gyrs old by Rebel Childe (quiet and staunch). Also the ?trotting gelding 'Rebel Grey.' ? On Wednesday, 15th November, on Mr. ' H. Hetherington's farm, Numbugga, 23 choice milkers,! bull, 12 poddies, 5 pigs, 2 light har ness horses, also sundries. ,-. On Thursday, 16th November, on Mr. O'Brien's farm, Bald Hills, Pambula, 45 choice cows in full milk, 10 choice springers, 30 pod dies, 1 draught mare, 4 sows an...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Queanbeyan By-election. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

The Queanbeyan By-election. ?»- ^ ? At the risk of ngain incurringtho displeasure of those newspapers ?who seem to think that the Parlia mentary Labor Party should be immune from criticism, and who' have as much as charged the Budget with taking up a factious nnd unreasonably hostile attitude towards laborism in politics, this paper once more has the temerity to say something uncomplimentary about the band led by Mr. McGowen. In Thursday's issue of a Sydney daily paper the following telegraphic message from Quean beyan appears : Mr. Hungerford, the L'lborite candi date, spoke nt Williamsdale last night, lie said that he was not in favour of the T intM^f 'Rill «r»i* tlin r^rnnnqpil nmfmil inents in the Old Age Pensions Act. He was a believer in preference to union ists, and thought that the Arbitration Act was badly administered. Now surely the most devoted disciples of the Labor Party will not deny this, or any paper's right to make a few commonplace re marks about a public pronounc...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

POLITICAL. While every sane civilized person must deplore the unparalleled atrocities daily committed in Russia on innocent people, the lienrls 01 .every liberty loving human be ing beats in sympathy with people who are fighting for the lib erty and constitutional rights which havo been denied them for so many generations. People who have been kept \mder the heal of a cruel despotism for deeade after decade are not likely to stop at a trifle when incensed by the mamory of a tyranny which has ground them down for long years. We, in Aus tralia, who enjoy the utmost free dom can fully sympathise with the downtrodden Ituss. At the same time he is intensely ignorant, and his inborn aversion to the Jew leads him to commit excesses al most impossible with a more en lightened people. Still, it is the country's fault that the Russ is ignorant, therefore the Government is morally responsible, in so far as it has in this respect failed to do its duty by the people. * ?*???.* T?«i» cnyftn fimrt...

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 — 15 November 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. The Bathurst Pastures Protection Board last week paid for 709 crows heads at 6 each. Sir William Lyne has quite a knack of blundering into ' facts.' I remember when he was the leader of tho Opposition in New South Wales, and Mr. G. H. Reid was Premier, he announced another important discovery. It was an evidence of the disastrous effects of Freetrade. He asked the Premier if it was a fact that a quantity of chaff had been landed in Sydney from Colombo. Mr. Reid admitted that it was a fact ; and when Sir William had hammered out all the political capital tho incident seemed to be worth, he was in formed that the chaff came from Colombo, (Bemboka) on the south coast of New South Wales. It js said of Lord Mount- H-dg- cumbe that be is 'a martyr to duty.' He scarcely ever leaves Cornwall, works incessantly over county business, and gives his personal attention to a thousand detals which most people would be con tent to leave to subordinates. As an instance of his great ki...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

SPORTING. , In Hungary this year horses - trained by C. Planner have already won .£34,000 in stakes. . ' For the first quarter of the cur rent year Lochiel heads the winning sires lists with £6422, next in order coming Multiform, Simmer, Soult and Wallace. The record score for an afternoon match in Australia is 618 for nine wickets by Paddington against Redfern made in 1903. The Canterbury Cup was con tested last Wednesday in a blind ing hailstorm, accompanied by thunder. The race resulted :— Noctuiform, 7st. 6lb.( 1 ; llahu tonga, 9.2, 2. Won by 50 yards. Dividend, £1 2s. At the Caledonian Fair at Yarran on Friday Gus Blanc, the world's champion axeman, in giv ing an exhibition chop on an 18in. log, broke the previous record of lmin. 34sec. by severing the block in lmin. 13 2-6sec. Acting on medical advice Kelly has decided to retire from inter national cricket. While in Eng land he had a fineer badlv iniured from a hard return from Duff, and ?was also hit in the region of 'the hea...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"RAIN IN THE FACE." SIOUX CHIEF'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

' RfllN-IN-THE-FACE.' SIOUX CHIEF'S CAREER. Rain-in-the-Face, the last of the great Sioux chiefs who fought the United States in the middle seven ties, has just died in tho Indian Reservation of South Dakoto, at the age of 62. He was a pure-blooded Sioux, and a typical savage Redskin such as Fennimore Cooper loved to paint. To the very last he retained his hatred of the white man, and spurned an offer made to accom pany his old fighting ally, Sitting Bull, in his tour of the world with Buffalo's Bill,s show as unworthy of the dignity of an Indian chief tain. jae icu uic gicui* lijub&uuie wiuuu resulted in the death of the United States soldier, General Custer, and with hiB own hand cut out the heart of his dead foe. Horsesteal ing and murder made him famous at one time in the Western States, and although in latter years he accepted the hospitality of the United Government in South Dakota, and even wore the nui form of the- Indian police, he never became completely reconciled...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

J. J. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP STREET, BEOA. (Surgery, next A.J.S. Bniikj. May be Consulted daily. Hours : 0 a.m. till 6 p.m.; 7p.m. to 8.30 p.m. ORMISTON 5. ORMISTON, DENTISTS, Besa. MR. J. M. ORMISTON mil visit the undermentioned places monthly, on the following dates : — WOLUMLA-Scjhafcr's Hotel, Nov. 0. PAMBULA— Robinson's Hotel, November 7 mid 8. EDEN-M«. Pike's Hotel, November 3 till LI. TOWAMBA— Nov. 14, 15 And 10. YAilBULLA— Sfov. 17 and 18. WYNDHAM— Turbett's Hotel, November 20 and 21. KOCKY HALL— Nov 22 and 23. CATHCART— Nov 24 and 25/ CAXDELO-Oct. 16 till 24. BEMBOKA— Oct. 27 and 28. COBABGO— Oct. 30 till Nov. 2. BEBMAGUI— Nov. 8. MR. MCKERN, DENTAL SURGEON, AUCKLAND STREET, BEOA. Others may come and go ! BUT WHYMAN and BROOKS GO OX FOR EVER ! ! WHY? _« Because their work is flawless. Because of the High-grado material used in this establishment. Because of tho Reasonable Prices charged. Because everybody knows the old flrm has a high reputation to sustain, nnd that...

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Church of England Ball and Cinderella, Cobargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905

Church of England Ball and Cinderella, Cobargo. These social fixtures, which had been looked forward to for several weeks, came off on Thursday and Friday respectively and were the splendid successes they were ex- ? pected to be. There were about 75 couples present. The music was provided by Miss ijranam ipiano), Mr. J. Martin (violin) and Mr. A. Lines (flute), and was equal to any ever heard in Cobargo. Mr. Ken nelly acted as M.C. and gave general satisfaction. There was an ample supply of the best refresh ments, and although the ladies of the church provided liberally, the man agement was indebted to its Catholic friends for substantial help in this direction, bqgides lend ing curtains, tablecloths and other necessaries, ana helping during the evening. The stage was tastefully arranged in drawing-room fashion, and as the hall had been recently painted, it was not deemed neces sary to decorate it in any way. Many who were not on the com mittee gave valuable assistance, and the foll...

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