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Bega A., P. and H. Society [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
Bega A., P. and fTSociety Tite usual monthly meeting was held at the office on Saturday, the President, Mr. G. E, Kerrison, in -the': chair: ' The following were also present: Messrs. A. L. Manning, E. C.' Bingern.ann, W: Hanscombe, C. Pnrbury, W. J. .Tauncey; T. Under bill, J. T. Rogers, A. memo, r. j. Kelly, Hy. Undorhill and the secretary. The secretary read the notice convening the 'meeting and (he minutes of the previous meeting, -which were confirmed. ; '.INWARD COKKESrOXDEXCE; ' ' ' From Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W,, enclosing papticulars of From 'i-lill Clark and Co., donat ing a special prize of .£1 Is for best breeding sow at tlic annual slmy. From Wickhani and Co., donat ing a special prize, of £1 Is for the champion Shorthorn cOw'or heifer over two years'. '?'?'? : ?'??; : ... From Galdwell and Co., Wagga, placing their name on the members' roll. ' j ?' From Mrs.D. Tarlinton, regret ting, her inability to attend the recent Spring Show owing to ill-' ness in the f...
CANDELO GASLIGHT HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
CANDELO GASLIGHT HANDICAP. The Candclo Gaslight Handicap was run on Monday night. There was a big attendance. The tracks are said to bo the beat appointed on the coast, nnd tho management is right up to date, even to a telephone from the marks to the tape. Following is a list of the heat winners : First heat (1st round)— J. Barker \2-A ; 2nd heat, G. Rankin 13; 3rd heat, B; Shcelum 11# ; 4th heat, J. Rankin 12# j 5th heat, 'CHbborn' 'J'/i; Oth heat, A. V. Mudio 10# ; 7th heat, J. Hiikiris :liyz; 8th heat, J. T. Scully 0^; «th heat, '\V. Scliick Ilk I 10th heat; J, Spears 13: 11th heat, W. Bowor 11# ; 12th heat, F. Collins M'A ; 13th heat, W. Wheatloy lltf. 1st heat (Becond round), J. Siiears; 2nd heat, J. Scully; 3rd heat.AV. Wheat ley; 4th heat, A. V.Mudie. ' Tinal: A. V. Mudie (10^) 1; W. Wheatley ll'A (2); J. Spears  3; J.T. Scully (9X) 4. Won easily by 2 ydB. Betting : 2 to 1 on Mudio ; evens Spears ; 8 to 1 against Wheatly and Scully,
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
On Friday, another black whale, 48 feot long, was killed at Eden, making the fourth oi this species for .the season. This is a record as it is over 43 years since so many were caught in oho year. ' Tiie ueatu of air. Kobort Ander son, of Lake View; Moruya, oc curred on Thursday ! last at a private hospital in Syilney.V' De ceaspd had beon on a visit to Ire land, and reached Sydney, by the Omrah last Saturday, but was too ill to continue his. journey. De censed was an old resident of Moruya, and during tho last 40 years had been prominent in all matters connected with the dovel opment of that district. '? '
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Svdn'ey, Tuesday. During the nurciie race at uawier, [S.A.] yesterday, Clements, the rider of Hero, received fatal injuries through his horse falling. ' - At the Protestant demonstration at Clpntarf yesterday, speeches were made condemnine the action of the Federal Parliament in regard to Homo Rule. It was resolved to urge the Government to introduce legislation providing for all industrial homes and reformatories where labor is employed being subject to public inspection. Two masked men robbed the ?\Vauchopo to Port Macquarie coach and afterwards ordered the driver to proceed to Port Macquarie, about nine miles dis tant. Subseqnontly the police recovered tw-n innil hnrra but Rnvoral registered letters are missing, although cheques and money orders were left behind. Carruthers intends to make every effort to close the session by the middle of December. Martha Walker, aged 30, was removed from a house in Riley Street, yesterday, to the hospital. She was in a critica...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
SPORTING. Birth. — On Sunday morning, at Bega, Ivy, a Bega Town Plate winner, of a son, both doing well. The foal is a bay, sire Retford. Mr. M. Goggins has been elected to a position on the committee of the Delegate Jockey Club. 'Mick' is a brother of Mrs: Hammond' of. Cobargo, and is a fine .sport and a good fellow generally. The 100yds ladies swimming championship of N.S.W. will be decided nt the Coogee Aquarium Baths on the 28th. Miss Bristowe is the present holder of tho title. , The sculling race on Saturday between George Ford and Arthur Towns ior *zuu a siae ana ino championship of the Hunter River was won by Towns by 6 lengths. The following will represent St. John's Institute against Kameruka on the show ground on Saturday : Canon Martin, Richardson, Law sou, E. Bateman, Rogers, .Fenton, Beht, Smith, Hergenhan, Nugent, Reynolds. Emergencies — Cruick- shank, P. Bateman and Boot. Among the 90 shooters who took part in the matches at Bega on Monday were Reservists C. Living s...
MONDAY'S RIFLE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
'MONDAY'S RIFLE MATCHES. ? * ? There was a big crowd of shooters on the local range on Monday to compete in the rifle matches. Over 90 competitors were present, and there was also a_ big attendance of spectators. Mr. F. 1. Cowdroy, the secretary of the club, hai everything arranged to a nicety, and visitors speak highly of his organisation nt tiin mntclips A 'little after 9 o'clock Captain Manning [Bcga Kifle Club] in the absence of Captain Jackson f A. UH. opened the meeting by firing the first shot, when up popped the white disc to proclaim a 'bully.' Owing to the largo number of competitors there was no sufficient time to finish 'The Queen's,' in which Treas. H. B. Knnkin is lead ing. The committee arranged to allow visiting shooters to finish, and Bcga riflemen will complete their shooting this afternoon. The three canvas tar gets worked beautifully, and shooting continued incessantly all day. After the 300 yards range had been shot off. the continuous match commenced, am then t...
From Our Correspondents. BURRAGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
From Our Correspondents. . ;. BURRAGATE. Picnic horseraces were held here on Friday but they were a dismal failure; in- every way-.- The atteu danceSvas -small and the entries smaller. Miss Ida Roberts' Trixey won. the handicap by about a ?street, and Mr. .Harneady's Polly annexed..-- the Trial and Opening' Handicaps. Mr. C. Roberts rode the winner in tho three events. : '* The i cricketer's ball was' scarcely a success : owing no doubt to the fact that a ball was held at Cath cart the same night.: Dancing, hewevqr, was kept up until day light. ? Mr. W. Bennett acted as M.C. Music supplied by Messrs. Stevens and McDonald. ?; .The in troduction of a few songs was an agreeable innovation and made the evening.-' a great '--social success. -The vocalists wcre-Messrs. Stevens, , Jones and Rixon.;'- ; .The Burragate cricketers went to Wyndham on Saturday to play the return matcli, the game resulting in;.- a draw. . Scores : Burragate 45 and 70,' Wyndham 45 in first innings. For Burragate....
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
LOCAL AND GENERAL Bega farmers are busy harvest ing their early hay crops.' Despite the dry weather in the early spring, some fine hay has been grown. '#? : ... * .'? # '?? . ' Mn. W. Dunsmoiie took a broken down motor-car though Wolumla on Saturday. The car belongs to a Mr. Richardson and broko down in trying to climb the. Reedy Creek hill about a month ago. :? . * * .*'???, .-:;.. Earl Percy, Parliamentary Secretary to the Foreign Offic_e, favors a duty on foreign goods when necessary to secure fair terms for British exports, which is a round about way of saying that the, noble Earl is in favor of Prptection. ?*» ' o ;??''' a ? : ?..'?.?-. Ox Saturday night Bcga was entertained by a blind street singer, who has travelled from- Braidwood. At Cobitrgo lie is said to, have re marked that a 'certain athletic event ' was the worst thing he ever saw.' He was present at Candclo races and did fairly well.' *' - * * On Monday a monster picnic was held on the banks of the Brogo River, ' at ...
THE BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 15 November 1905
THE BEOA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB. The monthly meeting was held on Friday, Mr. Cochrane presiding. There was a good attendance. It was decided to grant M. Nash a do- nation of £2 2s ; and a sum of £5 5s to the ambulance fund. W. R. Haigh was granted a trainer's li- cense, and A. Solomon a jockey's license. A proposal to include a trot in the annual programme was lost. Decided that the right to the afternoon tea stall be sold at auc tion, the purchaser to be required to post up in conspicuous places the charges, and to Bupply same to club, to be advertised if considered necessary. The secretary reported that arrangements had been made to have the track harrowed regu larly, The ground committee was requested to have hand rails added to the wire fence, near the hurdles. Arrangements have been completed for the enlargement of the saddling paddock. Mr. A. J. May is gazetted Assist ant Registrar at Candelo. Foxes are increasing at a great rate inthe Burragato district, and are' destroying pou...
LIVE STOCK SALES. Auctioneers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
.LIVE STOCK SALES. Auctioneers' Reports. Pell and Allan report selling last Tuesday : Fat cows A'6 to £6 11s, spriiujors £-1 7s Oil to £5 10s, 18 ?ontbs old heifers to £2 7s, Oil, yearling steers to £'1, podclies to ' 25s Oil. Wm. Rixon reports ? a highly successful clearance sale of Mr. P. McMahon's herd at Bald Hills, Pambulti, oii_ Thursday. Milkers brought froin'3£4 to ,£0, springers .£4 15s to £G, poddies 12s 6d to 24s 6d, pigs 16s 3d. Pell and Allan notify: On Tuesday, 21st November, at tho central saleyafds, 10 pig's (at 11.30 o'clock); 10 head fat cattle, SO -head of mixed cattle (at 1.30), Other Sales. On Tuesday, -21st November- at 12 o'clock, at the salerooms, 15 fowls, sundry tools, &c, On Tuesday 21st November, at 12 o'clock sharp', instructed by Bega District Jockey Club, 2 Publican's booths, refreshment booth, fruit stall, for^ 6th December race meeting. ~ William Rixon notifies. At an early date, at Bemboka, by order of Mr. Jas. Brown, choice dairy herd, youn...
ROAD TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
.ROAD TENDERS. ' Tenders for Public Works opened at Court House, Bega, on: Wednes day : — Contract 13/05-6. Road Bega to Nimitybellc. £ s d AVilliam Tonkin 67 16 0 Fleet Henwood 118 12 0 John Guthrie 139 50 Contract 15/05-6 Road Bega to Bermagui. £ b d John Whiffen junr. 87 11 9 James Hyde 89 10 0 Fleet Henwood 92 7 6 William' Molonoy 95 2 3 - -G:H. -Wilson- - - - 98 0 0 William Tonkin 107 2 0 Contract 17/05-6 Road Bega to Tathra. ' ? - ? ? £ s' d ? James Hyde 164 0 0 John Guthrio 174 0 0 Fleet Henwood 179 10 7 AVilliam Tonkin ? 180 '0 0 Contract 18/05-6 Road Cadgan garry to Upper' Brogo. ? £ s d George Hyland junr. 76 10 -6 Patrick Haiinigan ' 79 11 ' 8 AVilliain'Tonkin 92 14 0 Michael Clarke . 102 12 0 Fleet Henwood 134 17 q Contract 19/05:6 Dcepdale' to wards Now Station. £ s d Isaac White ? 14 17 li P. J. Collins- ?'? ? 15 0 0 Jainos Hycjo 20 0 C
MYRIORAMA ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
MYRIORAMA ENTERTAIN MENT. Ox Thursday evening the Rev. 15. W. Briseombo produced his splen did niyriorainic entertainment, in the School of Arts. Considering the delightful weather conditions, the audience was not large, but what it lacked in numerical strength it made up in whole-souled en thusiasm. Mr. Briseombo said that ho had asked ex-Major Bland to take the chair for that evening, and he had a good reason for so doing, for though the chairman of such functions usually had ycry' little to do, in this instance a com petition for boys would be held at tue conclusion of the entertainment at which the chairman would be asked to act as a sort of adjudicator and arbitrator. He , recognised that to successfully fulfil that duty it required jv man well versed in all points of the law, of mighty military courage, and. in look ing round the town ho had thought that Mr. Bland was just the man to 'fill the bill.' Mr. Bland thanked Mr. Bris eombo for his complimentary re marks. It was a ple...
COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
COBARGO. ? Mr. Adam Wright, who has a high reputation as a careful drover, started away on Monday wtth young Shorthorm heifers, which were recently bought from the Murra.br.ine Instate by 'Messrs. W. J. Tarlinton and ; Jrio. Walker, Tho cattle are destined for tho Northern Rivers. While the mob of heifers' men tioned above were being driven along the road, one of them rushed out of the scrub on the cemetery hill and frightened Mr. Fred Cui len's team of draught horses. They immediately bolted with tho waggon — a proof that the high price of corn has not- boon allowed to affect their condition. The team was stopped about a mile along the road, nothing being broken in the stainpode. Mr. John O'Meara's Lord; -Derby filly, a good useful beast, had her log broken on Monday anil will have to bo destroyed. Tory Boy got fast in tho wire at Mr. Thos. Allen's tho other day and .wns'crippled. _ . _ Actor II made a name for himself at Wollong races on Saturday. Ho ran in 'Bob;- Cruickshank's na...
WOLUMLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
WOLUMLA. The weather is very changeable, the days are warm but at night tho temperature has been down to al most freeziug.point. There is some talk of running a torch-light handicap hero and of starting operations in thcrille club, but talk, as usual seems to havo the thick end of the stick. The batteries at both tho 'Nancy Lee' and 'Pacific' mines have stopped for the present and good headway is being made with the tunneling. On the King's Birthday many of thu towns-people went to Mcrimbul.i for a day's outing. Sickness of one kind and another has been prevalent here lately, but I am pleased to say that Mrs. Laird and Moorhead of Wanatta, two of tho most serious cases are both better. Mrs. Thomas White of AVolumla was yesterday called to the bedside of her father, Mr. McGregor of Brogo, who is dangerously ill. ? Miss Polly Horns daughter of Mr. Horns of this town is at present ill in Sydney. It is 'rumoured that we are to have a tannery established here at an early dato, l
SUB-INSPECTOR TIPPETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
SUB-INSPECTOR TIPPETT. Wiikx Siib-rnspwtor Tipped, of this town, wii.s jiniinoti-Ml to his present position, flu.' niiigistratM of tliu Rioiinuiml liiver J)istrict (of which Lismore is thu w; litre) pro-1 sonU'tl him wilh a li.uidtiviniuilUi minated address as a souvenir of his W years' residence in tlmt ilis trict, Until a.s an olllei'i1 and a pri vate citij'.en. The draft address was read at Hie .social ceremony which too!; place on the eve of the ?Miu-Lnspectur s di.'iiarture troni Nis iiidi'i!, and last week the work, beautifully engrossed and mounted in Imol: form, was received by the Suh-Insjuictiir. The Imo'.c ov e:ir:e is of su]-eriine Morocco leather, and on the cover is allixed in raised itold the Btib-ln:-])cctor's monogruni W'.T.T. A view of l.i.Miiorc appears on ? the . ?page. ' Followinj: is the text of the address,. which is signed by (il magistrates residing in the Richmond liiver District: — Lismore, September 1-H)3. To Mr. Siib-Inhl,eel..rTippett. |1i:ah Slit.— We,...
BERMAGUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
BERMAQUI. Wi: havo been experiencing very changeable weather' lately — sum- mer one day, winter the next. Cold winds altur'nating with1 fine warm days luivo been tho causii of n great number of people contracting colds. Our port has been, very lively ?during the past week, no less than ' throe l.S.N. Co. steamers having como alongside the' .wharf to. dis- charge cargo and- load again for Sydney. The 'Laura' is also in the river with a cargo oi explosives, ? and tho steam launch, which has been so long bar bound. in Wiillagn Lake is moored in the Borniagui. The usual monthly meeting of the Progress Committee was hold on Monday night, in the School of Arts, ihe president. (Mr. F. Adam son, sen.) in the chair. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been confirmed, eoiTospoudoneo was received. The application for a money order ollico at Bunnagui South was refused, it not being more than a mile from Bermagui Otiien. The Department did not think it would pay. The resigna tion of Mr...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
RIFLE SHOOTING 'Thk Queens' which remained un finished on Monday was completed on Wednesday afternoon when the seven liega men who had not shot turned up and went through. Fortunately the weather conditions were almost exactly the same as on Monday afternoon there l-eing a North Easter blowing while tho light was the same as on Monday afternoon. There were 8G com petitors, and the limit was 47. Following are the results : — .\\».k. ' ; I i II. I!, ltanken, £4 40 2 47 T. Ilawes, £2 41! 0 47 (.I. lioaidman, £1 41 U ?!-' A. K. Cridge, Quaama. l(k 40 8 47 J..1. Murphv, Kumenika, 10s40 II 47 I'. S. linger:), 10s 811 12 47 It. Wliyman, 10s 42 0 47 E. Hawkins, 5s 40 7 47 .1. F. Stapleton, Quaama, 5s :18 11 47 Les. Cowdroy, 5s :-8 10 47 Sgt.-M.ajor.)' A Underbill, os 42 4 40 W. Meaker I!' II 4(i Capt. A. L. Manning 45 se 45 Secty. F. F. Cowdroy :|ii 10 43 Lieut. F. Otton ? 38 7 45 W. lioiigh III 14 45 M. Comiran .'!() 14 44 C. Livingstone, Central Tilba 41 se 44 K. Siimmerill, Ximitvhellu 4...
CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. 1905 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
CALENDAR- FOR NOVEMBER,- 1905 1 « „- 2 a .1 I. £ -I 'S Day of Week M ^ ~ '' I I f I I II M II M ? A M CM. ' 1 WcilnuHdii.v 4 ')(- (- I'l 8 :M 10 22 2 Tlinr.silny' \ ,'- (! 2!! II !!l 11 17 !i Friday ' \ 54 li 24 ID 28 a.m. *! Siitiinliiy 4 fiS (i 2'- 11 25 12 7 r, kunday -i -,?- it -ji-. i-.M. ia r»o ? (I Moniinv .| 51 II 27 I 17 1 211 7 Tiiesilsiy 4 '-l- (i 'A 2 11 2 I » WcihiCNiln.v I -111 li «SI :i I 2 .'!7 '.I TIllllViliiv ' I -IS I! ISO I! '-7 .' » 11) Kriiluy ' 4 ITJli :!l I ?'?! '? 10 II Ss-timli|V I 47!li :!l it 44 4 1.' I -'i SUNDAY x i .|i! it :v: li ::s 4 4ii j:!j JIoikIiiv |i .|-i,« :!:il 7 :a -'.21 14 Tmwln'v 4 .|.-,j(l ::.-.! S 2li .'. -?!? lii WYiImwInv I 44 li lili !l l!l (i -|:1 lntTliinwliiv ' 4 41 (i :«i|l') '?' 7 2!l niFW.hiy ' i .1:1 (i :;r H) w s in JSjSiituriliiv 4 42i(i :SS II 44 !l II 111; SUNDAY I -12' li Id a.m. IDI2 2,)i Moniliiy 4 -II III 41 12 27 II 12 21 Tuwiln'v 1 -II ill -ia I 7 p.m. 22 UVilnivclay I 4l)]li ?!:! 1 17 1 I!' -iilTlnirsilay ' llilllill ...
From Our Correspondents. ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
From Our Correspondents. ROCKY HALL. We had been having nice mild weather since the recent rain up till Wednesday of last week, when summer burst upon us with a ven geance, the glass registering U2 in the shade on that day. Since then we have been getting warm days, although the nights are cool. Mr. W. N. Stone, of Bombala, bought a large number of cattle round here recently and took them to Monaro. Our lato storekeeper, Mr. G. Benre, has removed to. his farm at Basin Creek, and Mr. Kelly has taken charge of the store. Mr. 1). J. Grant, of the Rocky Hall Hotel, has purchased a bil liard table, and it proves a great attraction to the lads hero. 1 have heard it said that one local man is to be scon every spare moment studying the rules of the game.
The Labor Party Must Mend Its Ways. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905
The Labor Parly Must Mend Its Ways. Tin-: following appeared in Mon day's 'Daily Telegraph' : Speaking at :i Utlior social at Kal pmliu mi Saturday ni-lit, Mr. \V. D. .ii.imson, lali- li'adu'r i.Mlu- W'wt Aus tralian State Lalinf I'sirly, Ktiil hi- was satisfied that tin- l.ali..r I'arly wotil.l have I., all.-r tliuir mutliculs. Tli.-y wviitld liavi' tn liroaiii'ti tlirir views. When they ha.l Hie responsiliility of inauajiir.j; the trtate there were even greater thinj:.' than a plank of the l.alior lilatiurin. The entile situation really resolved itself into a ipie.'-tion of liuauee. The party wero ilrtitiiu: to ruin, ami they eould only improve their condition liy sendiiiji men to I'arlianient who rea lised their great responsibilities, who would rise :ib»vo the State l.ulwr pUU forin, and grapple with the questions, before them. They wanted quality there — men who were loyal to the Labor cause, yet able to take upon themselves the responsibility of ruling the destinies of Austral...