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FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 October 1905

FROM THE BULLETIN. 'Trump': Often wondered how foxes succeeded in capturing fowls when latter are roosting in trees. An old farmer laughed at my ig norance the other day, and said that it was done quite simply. The fox first attracts their attention, and, having done this, he runs round and. round the tree until the ?fowl, fascinated by his gyrations, or giddy with trying to follow his circular proceedings, tumble to the ground. * * # Premier Bent landed a severe body blow on those persons who, as he elegantly put it, 'are kicking up a fine hullabaloo' about the Bible in State schools, notwith standing their defeat at the refer endum, when he said recently at Northcote — ' There are more chil dren attending the Sunday schools — on tho ministers' own figures — than there are attending the State schools. Did they mean, then, that what they imparted on the Sab bath had so little effect that it was entirely lost during the week ?' * « * William P. Naughton, the ballot box expert, who wa...

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

DISASTROUS DISTURBANCE. [By Cable.] Much damage has been done by a hurricane at the Marianne Is lands, handreds of lives being lost. JAPANESE TROOPS WINTERING. The Japanese troops .will winter at Alcxandroosk, snow rendering it impossible -for. them to withdraw to Japanese territory. OVATION TO ROOSEVELT. President Roosevelt received a remarkable ovation on his return to Washington in recognition of his success - in bringing about tho Russo-Japanese peace. DOWIE PARALYSED.' ' Zionist Dowicjias been stricken with paralysis.. ''He is in Mexico. A woman residfttg-.Tj^JHjfjois, America,' killed 'herisoven children 1 with an axe, she then laid the . bodies on a bed soaked with oil, 'and -set fire to them, - afterwards gashing her own throat and jump ing into the flames. Tho woman's husband, returning home, commit ted suicide when ho saw' the hor rible sight. ? BOOTH'S IMMIGRATION , . ? SCHEME. Collings, member of the House of Commons, has written to1 the '.Times '.expressing disapproval ...

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

BEGA SPRING RACES. Following are the nominations and weights for the Begu Spring Meeting to be field on 11th October : — WEIQIITS. Trial Welter Handicap, of 10 sovs., Cfur. ? ':''V . . gt.lb H. Underbill's cli g Jingera, aged 10 5 E Fitz-Alan's ch g Corra-Lynn, Oyrs - - -.'-;.- 10 0 A Hukin's b m Racket, oyrs - 8 12 S Clarke's ' br g Cicsav, 4y'rs - 8 10 E J Irvin's ch g Sir Henry, aged 8 5 E Boyd's b g Springdale (late Tartan), oyrs - - - - - 8 3 S Sharpe's ch g Tim Sexton, aged 8 3 II Otton's ch g Councilor, 4yrs - 8 0 Fi.yixc! Haxdicap, of 20 sovs, 0 fur. J McLellan's ch m Bonnie Blink, Oyrs - - - - - 10 0 A J Stewart's br h Go Soon, 4yrs 0 2 Wm Eraser's b m Huretta, aged 8 4 ' W Hibburd's b g Allantean, aged 8 3 E Fitz-Alan's ch in Bower Queen, aged ? , 7 12 W Hibburd's ch g Uapid River, aged - - - - - 7 5 S Sharpe's b g Ascot, aged - - 7 0 Novice Handicap, of 12 sovs, 7 fur. « S Claris br g Crcsar, 4yr3 -95 E J Irvin's ch g Sir Henry, aged - 9 0 S Sharpe's ch g Tim Sexton, aged...

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 — 4 October 1905

ODDS, AND ENDS. It is said that sleeplessness may be prevented by eating a couple of onions before retiring to rest. -S ; « -* To prevent the bleeding of tree3 ? there is nothing like Stockholm tar. A. little ochre or umber gives it more substanc?. -S * * Hoe: So that's Flyer's wife ? Has she any family ?' Dougli : No. She increases but [Ioc3ii't multiply. * ' * « The march played on the occa sion of the entry of the German Crown Prince and his bride into Berlin was composed . by a Pots dam policeman. * * * Ox Saturday while Mr. and Mrs. W. Kirkland were driving along the Tathra road the horse shied, throwing both O3cupant3 out of Die buggy. Kcithur were seriously hurt nor the vehicle damaged. * * * A child who was having his name inscribed on the register of a Ports mouth (England) school tho other day replied, when the teacher in quired his father's name, ' Never mind about that. He ain't coming to Bchool.' '. * « * An Englishmap and an Irishman met one day; the former, wishing to...

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

LATEST TELEGRAMS. - — « — — Sydney Tuesday. FATAL ACCIDENT. At Mundooran on Sunday Vera Lamb, aged nine years, was thrown from a; waggonette and killed while the driver was seriously injured. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Lionel Terry has been committed for trial at Wellington (N.Z.) on a charge of murdering a Chinaman. He said he did not think there was anything he need explain. ^THE CAPITAL; SITE. Mr. Deakin is anxious that the State Attorney-General should pro ceed to Sydney immediately to confer with Mr. Isaacs, the Federal Attorney-General respecting the suggestion to refer the dispute with regard to the Federal capital site to the Hight Court. CUSTOMS REVENUE. ' The Commonwealth.- ret urns from the Customs and Excise duties for the first quarter of the Federal financial year show ??: a-, comparative falling off of £64;600 ^ ? THE' ARBITRATION* ACT. ^ Speaking at the Eight Hours Banquet Sir William Lyne yarned the State Government to be 'care- ful about interfering with the Ar bitration...

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

AN EDUCATED ABORIGINAL. Mb. Benxktt, of Sydney, in an interview with the -Evening,. News, in connection with the Railway Jubilee, celebrated in Sydney last week, gave the following interest ing account of an educated, abo riginal: — '' 'I went to the station with a very noted character in those days, hone other than tho aborigine Bungaree. This full-blooded black had a curious history. He was instrumental in saving the life of a station-owner, who in return had him treated more as a white than a black, and eventually sent him home to Oxford University, where Bungaree did not do too badly. Returning out here ho showed un common aptitude as a draughts man, and spoke English- with a fine English accent. This was the companion I had with me when I wont down George-st. 50 years ago to-day, and as we chatted I asked him if he had ajiy shares in the railway. ' No ' said Bungaree, ' no ; this Hie is no good to me. I think I shall go up on the Clarence River back to my tribe. You sec,. Jlr.B...

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

? ? ? READ THE, _^£- HISTORY OP AUSTRALIAN BUSHRA^Qgg^Q IN THE EARRY DAYS. (By CHAKLKS WHITE). k LTHOUGH »y»ry Australian -*'*- schoolboy haa * vague know ladgp of the «ruplties practised on the unfortunate convicts in the ?firly days, end which drove many men to break away from the chain gang settUniunti rt'.d ' take to the bunh,' still tht tn.; history of Augtralian Buahranging in thoie dfcys d»p»nds chiefly on the remi niscences of old'coloni.«i.-i. THE STORY OF Australian ? Bushranging (in 4 Volsj, PRINTED IN THE !' BUDGET,' is or ABSORBING INTEREST! Including -u it Joe« Battles with the Bushrangeis Tha Wonders of the 'Bush Telegraph!' Felice Pimping! Stories of the Blachs ! AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING In erery SATURDAY'S ISSUE.

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 — 4 October 1905

As You Like !t. Related of a lately-coupled bride groom in a northern town: — Ho was sitting in the barber's chair, getting shaved, when the razor man asked him if ho was visiting tho town on a holiday. 'No chance; I'm on hiy honeymoon.' .!?_ .'!' £1L One of the great Australian Press writes : A Tuthra hen has made her nest up in n tree with an opossum. What next ? Well, the Budget readily admits that it doesn't know what the har vest -will be. Anyhow, it would like to know if tho possum and the hen occupied' -separate apartments or the cliooky crawled down the hollow limb and nestled there with the possum; or if tho nocturnal mar supial mashed the brazen creature up on the branches. There's such a scarcity of . information on these salient points that neither 'this paper nor any one can with any certainty answer tho pregnant ques tion, 'What Next ? ' * « « I mot an old Gulph miner, an Irishman, tho other day, and the conversation turned on fossicking and tho lonely life of tho pros...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Evwy year the British mint issues over 8,000,000 copper coins. * ?» * Pansy '.eaves spread among furs and woollens Mill protect them from moths. -* « » Tea is very cheap in China ; in one province of the Empire the best can be obtained at live far things a pound. * * * Ants converse by touching each other's antenme, and the whole community is thus quickly warned of impending danger. S « * She (rich ex-widow) : ' Which of my late husband's writings do you like the best ?' He (who married tho widow) : ' His will.' * * '* A Bavarian woman, residing at Milan, has left the whole of her fortune, amounting to ,£400,000, to the tenor, Vincenzo Jirpo, in recog nition of tho happiness his singing has afforded her. -:?:- « ?* In reply to a question in the House of Representatives, Mr. Chapman said that tho Postal De partment proposed to take steps to prevent the sweating of employees in contract post ofliees. 7* '^ '^ In the Roman Campagna, at the sepulchre of Metclia, wife of Su...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BEGA BUDGET. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 October 1905

THE BEGA BUDGET. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1905. 'I am In tin pla-* nii.rt I «m cUmandtd .( eonsctgnoa U ipMik tht truth, therefore tin truth I iixMilc, impugn it wlro a'o llateth.'

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 October 1905

loMandgeheiiu, The recoftt ambulance ball netted £80. L- ? '- -* -« * Oxly 05 points of rain fell in Bega last month.* » * ? $ Saturday was ?. the first day of the Jewish New -Year ( 5,666. ) « ? -* « The Bega A. P. and H. Society's committee meets on Saturday aftcr noou at 2 o'clock. *-. #? # A Sum of money has been placed on the Draft Estimates for the Dr. George deviation.' * - * ?? * The Bega District Jockey Club committee meets to-morrow even ing at 7.30 o'clock. * ? # - * Tenders (closing next Monday) are called for the extension of the school room at the Tanja public school. * * « Tiieue should boa Iftuiiper house at the memorial concert in the School of Arts and a crowded ball room at the Lyceum at night. * ?* * « . Scalps of hares will be received and paid for throughout the Eden Pastures District on Saturday, 21st October, from 1.30 till 3.30 p.m. * « » The Cobargo School of Arts euc hre tourney came off on Thursday. Mrs Meekc .won the ladies', ami Mr. Arthur, Ambury the g...

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

i B©m©tliiei§§ afeogaf Head B©fflB° j When you buy a HatL^ ?-£:55«^You want to see a Nice Assortment. You want tho Bast Value you can get tor your money. | WE 11AVK Jl'-ST Ui'I^'ICU A NICE .STOCK OF For LADIES and GENTS, MEN and BOYS, j AND ©ur Famous Low Prices Will convince you that we can Save you Money. OUR ASSORTMENT IS TOO LARGE TO QUOTE PRICES. Inspect our Stock of Headgear, and the value ottered will ^2^sb»^ induce you to hwi^^^m^ After the Ball is Over ! After the Cricketers are Gone!! GET . RIGHT DOWN TO BUSINESS I Has just Opened Large Shipments of New Goods in the following Lines : DRAPERY, BOOTS and SHOES, GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, WALL PAPERS. BRYD0N IS A DRAPER ! BRYD0N IS A GROCER ! BRYDOX IS AN IRONMONGER ! and at BRYDON'S YOU CAN GET BOOTED ! ?C A CASH BUYER AND SELLER 'WSL BEYD0N buys absolutely for ensh. He lias not to pay for accommodation, therefore customers can rely on getting goods at the SMALLEST MAISGIX OF PK0F1T. Brydon sells everything that one would expect ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Unveiling of the Soldier's Memorial. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 October 1905

Unveiling of the Soldier's (Memorial. To-day the memorial obelisk erected to the memory of the Bega soldiers who fell in tho Transvaal War will be unveiled. The eeromony will, no doubt, be an attractive and impres sive one, and.e'very individual who can make :it convenient to attend will be tlxere. Patriotic speeches will be delivered, and, very proper ly, special Preference will be made to trie Bega contingent and those brave fellows who died for their country and a just and righteous cause. And Bega has reason to be proud of her valiant soldiers, while the memory of those' who died either at the hands of the enemy or the no less deadly enteric fever, will ever be cherished and honored ? by those who stand for the Empire. But the .event has a wider signific ance than the mere satisfying of local pride and an}' temporary kudos attachable to such an impor tant and commendable demonstra tion of loyalty to Throne and coun try. To-day's local and district epoch-making event will serve t...

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

The Milking Competition. At a council meeting qf the South Coast Agricultural Societies' Union, held at Wollongong last week, the initiation, of a local milking contestfor the South Coast was fully discussed,- and a motion -was carried setting ..forth': that it . .waa expedient and ..desirable ;that ;«DritestB of tliid'iiatiiro~'BUbuia t'ivke place on the South Coast. During the discussion mention was made of the fact that a similar compe tition was creating great interest and rivalry on the North Coast. The contest on the North Coast was to be carried out under the supervision of Mr. Gorman, man ager of the experimental farm at Wollongbar,N. Coast. The prize money was donated by the Daily Telegraph, which journal offered £WQ to the Department of Agricul ture for competition. It was pointed out that most of the cattl e on the North Coast were the prog eny of South Coast cattle, and that it would be interesting to note whether climatic conditions affected the milk-producing quality o...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Anglo-Japanese Treaty. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 October 1905

Anglo-Japanese treaty, A Bluebook has been issued setting forth the full terms of the Anglo Japanese treaty recently signed. The Preamble and Articles of the treaty are as follows : — Preamble: — The Governments of 3reat Britain' and Japan, being de sirous of replacing the agreement )f 1902 by fresh stipulations, have igreed upon the following Articles, laving for their object : — . ?' : (1) ' The consolidation and maintenance of general peace in the regions of eastern Asia and India. (2) The preservation of the common interests of all the pow ers in China by insuring the in dependence and integrity of the Chinese Empire and the principle of equal opportunities for the commerce and industry of all nations in China. (3) The maintenance of the territorial rights of the High Contracting Parties in the first named regions, and the- defence of their special interests in the said regions. Article I. — Whenever, in the . ? -opinion of either Great Britain or Japan, theabove-mentioned inter...

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

-~~™~ ^. ? i ? „ ? i. Z _. ' ? ? '- ? —.-...CONDUCTED BY WILLIAM Rnnx -^ B 'The Bfega Budget' circulates throughout the I Eden-Monaro Electorate, and principally in 8 the towns and districts of Bega, Moruya, Bodalla, Eurobodalla, Nerrigundah, Tilba, Narooma, Bermagui, Cobargo, Quaama, The Murrah, Bemboka, Wyndham, Wolumla, Tanja, Candelo, Tathra Pambula, Merimbula, Towamba, Eden, Yambulla, Bombala. jj Published every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. I Wmff l3/fjice: ^.rjiirch Street, l©eqa. S8||pHE Leading Articles and Editorials of ' The H^H^ Bega Budget '. will always be found to txe T : .,'; attractively ; written, aiid.:-\vitli- a. directness* pleasing to the biasy ? inaii who has to' hustle. '?''?;? I . Af(.ar- A^y.pcafejil|^ I porariesr Championing any cause strenuously and I I persistently, and being undismayed . by rebuffs and | I disappointments, it hopes to faithfully fulfil its mission 1 I as a newspaper. And where any citizen, as a 'free | I lance,' claims his undoubted . right t...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Artistic Effects in New Summer Hosiery [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 4 October 1905

Artistic Effects in New Summer Hosiery,; Never has hosiery, been quite as important as it is this season, when a woman feel? it incumbent upon her to-hn-vo hosiery to match every gown, evi?y piir --£ shoes, and. in cidentally, hats and b,elts, toa. Such a fad for havihg dainty footgear pre-supposes a great variety oftints, and manufacturers havbbeen taxed to tho utmost to produce every hue known . to art weaving, so that the color of the gown or its accessories may be ex actly reproduced in the hosiery. Among the smartest colours in hosiery are biscuit, champagne, linen colour, and all the shades of tan and brown. These soft grada tions, of colour are to be found in Lisle thread, silk and lace, with small embroidered figures upon many of the plain grounds. Blues, in many shades, especi ally in the rich Russian blue, are much seen, for the reason that blue is one of the newest colors — an old favourite revived. All the shades ?of green, particularly reseda and water green, take first...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

EDEN PASTURES 1'liOTEC TTONBOAKD. NOTICE. THE SOALVS oUJAKKS 0-T,Y will bu received nml l'iii'1 for at Heira, Hum bukn,,-«uinbugi;a, Camlvlo, Wyii.-lliain, liuiTagiitu, mid Pumliulit, on SATL'Jt 1UY, the 21bt OCTOUKK, from l.»J 'p.m.1 till 3.30 p.m. JOIIX UXDKKII1LL, .Secretary. /^(ANDEI.O JlETTlOraST CIIUHCIT/ \j ? GRAND FANCY FAIR will bu held in School of. Arts, CAX DKLOon \VKH.\'KSI-AY and TIMJU.S UAY NKXT, 11th and l^th October (jrormliglit NijiliU) AH'thu lati'st liovcltios; Coniputition for old mill young. Admissio.v, Is. CniMmKN, 6d. ?MISri C. LJin.A'W, j-lion. hees. MISS L. VOWFAl, Ifon. Trens. Sr x^ Qowlng8 Bros* I ' Ak 'Austral' liff j bac 1 v1''i:i-uv'ii. ~~ C *a. M T*/ ;i lw\\ ' Olltt I f/ \ \ yI^/j'J?^ ' To Measure, ^la| i \ j liw rm' i| 1 ? The latest weaviugs in Spring and Summer styles and weights [ : from the celebrated MARRICKVILLE BULLS— Cloth as selected t ? and worn by His Excellency the Governor General. Fox's ? i fast dye Serges, pure indigo. Fit, finish, mat...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

THEY SAY: That potatoes in New Zealand are selling at £13 a ton — this time last year they were worth about £2. ' That Mr. W. M. Boardman can furnish anything from a cabin to the best house in the district; and That any young couples contem plating the rash act of matrimony could be well served at the Federal Arcade. ? That so many four-legged chick ens have been hatched lately that apparently by-and-by a two-legged fowl will' be a rarity. That the Budget has got at least one vicious apponent — he sent back tho free copy. That the large attendance at Wednesday's demonstration showed that the spirit of loyalty is as strong as ever in the Bega' people. That the Budget api reciates the generous' references to its first issue made by its contemporaries gener ally. ? That Mr. George Henry is now conductor of the Nerrigundah band ; and That tho sympathy (?) of the Bud get goes out to the people of the golden valley in this latest afilic lion. That nx die Equity Court on Wednesday a easo w...

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 — 7 October 1905

From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. During last month wind and trade were distinctly opposed to each other, the one being very brisk and the other very dull. Business men and old residents state that in all their experience the month. of_ September just past, has been the worst. It is- to be hoped tliTJt a change for the better is not far distant. Last Saturday we were invaded by ? a team of footballers from Cathcart, with the result that they retired beaten by 6 to nil. If trade has been dull in town business has been brisk at the club in connection with1 tho School of Arts, and ? judging by the receipts tho overdraft, will soon be a thing of the ,past. '- Many new members havo joined lately and very shortly another table' will bo required. For two or- threo' years the committee studied ways ''and means of estab: lishing a billiard' table, and at -last they launched forth and the results more than justify their action. -. In connection with the. School of Arts also a s'pooial meeting...

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