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St. John's Institute Mack Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

St. Mil's Institute Mock Banquet, On Wednesday night the mock b:m-|uot organised l)y members of tliu Institute was held in trim parish hall. During the afternoon '{the ladies of the Institute! wore busy preparing tlio tables for the oecn sion, which it was somewhat of n mockery '.to describe as a mookban (|iiot. The tables wore laden with all kinds of cuke, confectionery ;'an-l fruit, and members of tint Institute wore most hospitable and unremit ting hrliicir iil'lenlinif l-- vi.sitor.s. Thu tables were arranged, in the .shape of ii huge '?'!'' and (Janon iMsirlin (president of thu Institute) presided. Members of the ISrogo ltlulual Improvi-mcnl tjnciely and thu Tanja iMulual Improvimenl iSocii.'ly wuro present by invitation, while the members of the .St. John's Wimieii's Institute brightened the hall with their presence. Mr. Tidd, t'10 newly appointed organist of l^t. John's, made ti general iicquuint unee with those present that even ing. Tliu bawjuel was also made the occasion o...

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 — 18 November 1905

As You Like It -I niuM Imvi- llbiTly Wiilml. i\s liiiw ii i-lmrtiT n- Jim wind, Tn l-lmv mi wliom I i.Iwim-.' —??As You I.Ikf it.' (Act 1I.,M!.T). The .'mart man fell in badly in Bega during 'the week. A neighbour had im pounded some of his eattle, and in order to get si|U:ne tin: smart man promptly impounded some of the neighbour's '?p.iim-i'ows.' .lust when the public were expecting an interesting cross action, one of the parties could be 'seen hustling round to square things, in or der, no doubt, to save the time of the Court. A man must be more than or dinarily smart in order to establish a charge for impounding where the stock are taken fi ? - the other fellow's pro perty. * * * At one time it was almost an occasion for silly reproach if a man belonged to a debating or mutual improvement so ciety. And it was no uncommon thing to hear a member of Parliament referred to as one of the 'debating class variety' of legislator. But this has long since changed, and people now recognise...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

Bowling: liedgrave 0 for 37, McCart ney 3 for 80. O'Connor 2 for fill, Garnsey 5 for 50. A GRAND CONCERT u'iu. in-: iiim.ii in TA.NJA HALL, ON WEDNESDAY, — tii DECEMBER, At 8 p.m., (On behalf of lluildi.ig Fund of T.uijn Church,) gHSF~ TICKETS, Ik. EACH.' Central Running Grounds CARP STREET, UEGA. Next TORCHLIGHT HANDICAP. RACE NIGHT, Gth DEC. Nomination Is., close 2!)tli November. Full particular.-) on application to H. J. MKAKER, Promoter and Hanuieapper. ix the supreme court of new south wales. Pnon.vTi: Jurisdiction*. In* the Will of CASPER HERGEN HAN, late of STOXEY CREEK, near BEGA, in the State of Xew South Wales — farmer deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that tho 1st Accounts in the above Estate have this day been filed in my ollice, Queen's Sjiuire. King-street, Sydney, and all per sons having any claim on the said Estate or being otherwise interested therein are hereby required to come in before me at inv ollice on or before the Seventh day of December at II.; lit) o'clock ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

SPORTING. The gate takings at the Candelo races were £22, stand £7 11s. There is some talk of forming a Southern District Rifle Association. At the Wollongong races on Mon day M'Farlane rode four winners. Tho Melbourne Cup winner, Blue Spec, and Bon Grnfton are to be turned out for a spell. On Tuesday at the Water Police Court a clerk was fined £50 or G months hard labor for using a room for betting purposes. At auction at Newmarket on Tuesday Maniapoto was passed in at 1500 guineas, the reserve being 2000. Mr. J. Wren has sold the New Zealand-bred horse Grand Rapids to Mr. C. Watson, of West Aus tralia, for £400. The match between South Aus tralia and Victoria concluded on Wednesday and was won by Vic toria by an innings and 143 runs. For the winning Stato M'Alister made 157 and Armstrong 165. Rev. E. F. Waddy. whojwas run out for 43 in the match against Queensland, is the first clergyman to represent N.S.W. at cricket. It his intention to continue his con nection with the game. Th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

Inter-District Summary — ? T ? Mr. George Davidson's earnings during the whale season at Eden totalled about .£2489 less expenses. Mr. H. T. Edwards, of Burnima' Bombala, has only local men in his shearing shed this year. Mr. Check the well-known photo grapher and entertainer will be in Moruya on the 22nd instant. Mrs. James Maher, Moruya, fell and broke her hip last week. She was taken to the hospital and attended by Dr. Quilter. All the reserved seats ior the Nimitybelle Convent Children's Concert, eighty odd in number, have been already booked. Thos. Byrne, tobacconist, was fined ;£20 at Newcastle last week for keeping a room for betting purposes. No trace has been found of William Smith, who was lost in the ranges near Delegate over a fort night ago during the snowstorms. The first hay crop this season averaging 3j4 tons per acre, lias just been stacked by Mr. E. Keys, of Gerringong, from his property, Toolijooa. The orchards in the Windsor district are swarming with large brown...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

RIFLE SHOOTING. The following iiro the complete scores of 'Tho Jvngs' shot on Momliiy lust at tho Bef,':i Rilllu Hiinge; prizes, £S, £4, £±, two nt £1, four nt .1 0s, .eight nt 5.s; 300 anil JOOyds; 7 shots cacli rnngu ; limit 0(5: f Xa.mk. g g? - I). ISucketl, I'ainbula lil :BJ ~! fiii I1. Itixrin, Hega IT. :!!! K fili ll.C. lilaxland, Hega US :il 7 (Hi Capt. 10. T. (iould, Verona ISO :!0 (i (if! Sec. K. K. Cowdiiiv, J'.egii 21 84 1(1 (-r- K.-.Sergt. .A. I'.eck,' ISega 21 :« S til Hops .Sharp, IJega ' 2fi :i() H (i4 .1. J. .Siinimrrili; Xiniitv'ble 211 :!4 sc (i:i T. .Smith. I'amlmla ' L'7 :il 2 (i:i ?las. I leal V, Hega - 2-1 :t:! (! (!.'! 11. Jardine, liega 22 27 II till Sergt. S. Keir, Central Tilba 30 :V2 se Ii2 Cant. A. I,. .Manning, Uega HO :!2 sc (52 .1. V. /*igler, iiegii ? 24 :tl 7 H2 K. S. Uoyers, liega 21 2il 12 (12 K. llciVrt, Quimnm 27 27 K (-2 L. lt.'Gowing, Uega 22 20 H R2 II. Iiraine 24 21 14 (-2 H. Stiles 2'- 2:! 11 (52 J. Mcl'hee 27 :t2 2 (il G. Wiswnrth . 22 :!1 ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

The destruction of racehorses owing to accident have been fre quent of late, and the last to suc cumb is the IiOchiel gelding Ra venswood, who broke a fetlock while exercising, and had to be shot, An exhibition game of billiards, 3000 up, at Melbourne, between W. Saw kins (Vic,) and E. J. Campbell (N.Z.) was concluded on Saturday night, the former winning by two pointB, a majority previously un heard of in a big match. In future the popular torchlight fixtures at the central running grounds will be conducted solely by Mr. H. J. Meaker. Harry's long experience as a promoter and his famijiarty with the porfor-- mances and peculiarities of peds. eminently qualify him for the work, and there should be no faltering of public confidence in the manage ment. H. V. Hordern is having re markabio success with tho ball. On Saturday at the University Oval, playing for the Second Eleven against the First Eleven in the trial match he secured 4 f pr 60, Sydney papers speak of him as a distinctly hi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

?-CRICKET- Tin-: match Now South Wales v. Queensland, played nt Brisbane, was concluded on Wednesday. Although the visitors had not nearly a representative toani they piled up a big score and won by an innings and 202 runs. Following arc the scores: — N.S.W.— First Innings. Mackay e sub b McCaffrey 202 Bardsley run out 2(i C. Gregory c Crouch b McCaffrey 102 10. F. Waddy run out 411 Diamond c sub b -McCaffrey 22 Redgrave c McCaffrey 1- Hayes 01 Barnes c McCaffrey b Hayes 77 Macartney c llutcheon b McCaffrey 57 Carter b Hayes 12 Karnsey c Faunce b McCaffrey .'!7 O'Connor not out 1 Sundries 11) Total (Mil Bowling: McCaffrey 5 for 204, .Arm strong 0 for 104, Hayes 3 for 153, Hut cheon 0 for 40, Miller 0 for 101 , Hartigan 0 for 24, Faunce 0 for 23, Evans 0 for 23. QUEENSLAND.— First Innings. Hartigan c and b O'Connor 10 Hayes c Diamond b Gariipey 23 Foster lbw b O'Connor ' 7 Atkins b O'Connor (i llutcheon st Carter b Garnsey 4 Crouch c Diamond b Garnaey 44 Evans b Garnsey ' 13 McCaffre...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From Our Correspondent. COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

From Our Correspondent, COBARGO. Sunday night here was terribly cold and almost everybody re ported frost on Monday morning. At Yourie and Wandella it was more severe. Hammond and Henry have de cided to abandon their sports on Boxing Day. Just now footracing is not popular in Cobargo. Constable Jb ace had a pretty good sale on Saturday, and left for his new station, Reed's Flat, near Cowi-a. The department has routed him — that is, he has to report at a station every night — Narooma first, and so on right through to Gpul burn, taking nine day3 in all. Mr. J. Livingstone thought he was ' called for' on Monday morning, when on his way to Co bargo with cream he saw Mr. F. Cullen's draught horse team coming at a gallop down Jacob Henry's hill. The nojse of the stampede was terrific. Mr. Livingstone partly lifted and partly threvf- his little daughter- (w-hp was' with him in the sulky) a\vay-; from tho trap and clear of the impending danger ; but. fortimatoly tho runaways sped past harml...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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[BY CABLE.] TROOPS HURRIED TO THE CAPITAL. LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

[By Cable, I TROOPS HURRIED TO THE CAPITAL. London Thursday, Most of the troops at Kronstadt have been hurried to tho Capital Tho faotories have ceased working and 90,000 men have struck work in the Capital, many very reluctantly, A RAILWAY BLOCKTSn. -. When the train from St. Peters burg to Germany was about to start the workmen placed trucks across the line and virtually took posses sion with the war-ory of tho strikers '? down with tho court martials and the death ponalty.' ANOTHER STREET CONFLICT ' IMMINENT. After a meeting of tho people for tho purpose of establishing com munism, tho authorities placed machine guns and patrols every where in preparation for a great conflict. The workers threaten that 300,000 will make an armed demon stration on Thursday afternoon. THE CZAR The Czar has gone to Tsarkao Sola 15 miles south of St. Peters burg. STRIKERS AT ST. PETERS BURG. Crowds of strikers, armed with knives and revolvers assembled in the streets of St. Petersburg singing the Mar...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. BUBONIC PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. BUBONIC PLAGUE. The fourth member of the crew of tho French steamer Villc De la, Ciotat has contracted plague. ' The vessel resumed her passage from Fremantlo to Colombo. West Australian doctors fear a big out break. SHIRES BILL IN THE 60UN OIL. The Legislative Council has com pleted the Committee stage of tho Shires Bill. THE ESTIMATES. The Assembly is engaged with . the Estimates and the Opposition carried against the Government a reduction of .£150 in the salary of the president of the Legislative Council. Other substantial reduc tions were also made in the salaries ' ? of the higher officials. WHARF LABORERS' DISPUTE. It is considered in Unionist circles that the wharf laborers will refuse to work on Monday night at the reduced rate of sixteen pence an hour. DEAKIN APPLIES THE GAG. ?When the Trades Marks Bill was before the House of Representa tives yesterday Mr. Deakin moved gag resolutions. Joseph Cook de nounced them as the subterfuge of a we...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farewell to Mr. R. W. Thatcher. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

Farawall to Mr, R. W. ThatoJ^r. Mif. I!. W. TiiAToiiKii, who has licen in business for many years with Mr. R. Underbill ns builders and contractors, left Uuga on Thursday en route to England, wherein future lie intends to carry on his profes sion as architect and builder.' .Mr; Thatcher for some months lias been incapable of work of any kind, and at the advice of Dr. Itennie (his medical adviser in Sydney) he de cided to leave Australia, and see if the Old Country would restore to him this good health he hail en joyed for years. Mr. Thatcher was of a genial disposition, and being gifted with a good voice his ser vices at concerts were always in de mand and freely given. He was also popular among his employees and all who' came in contact with him in business; and, although it was the wish of these to give him a suitable send-off, his modest and retiring nature would not permit of it. At tho last moment, however, it was considered that so worthy a townsman should not be allowed to le...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

THEY SAY:' That on the day the Melbourne Cup was rim six young men were fined £1 each for gambling — playing 'two up'; and That more gambling is done at Flem jngton on Cup Day tlmn in Melbourne in twelve months— the law's an egregious ass. That it is estimated there were !X),000 people at tho Melbourne Cup race ? no official figures have been given. That Dean, the Sydney Grammar School batsman, who last year put up 412. in an innings, appears to have dropped out of notice altogether. That the retirement of Kelly from in ternational cricket will give Carter a show — many judges consider this player an good a stumper as Blackham in his best days. That Sydney firms are already ex ploiting the country with price lists for groceries and other necessaries. That at St. John's Institute banquet on Wednesday night Mr. II. Braine's comic song '-brought down' part of the house — one vigorous applauder crashed through his chair to the floor. That it is almost certain another monthly mutch will ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TOPICAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

A TOl'ICAL LETTER. _ Sir,— We all have -heard ol'Buau lifuincga, but give men day like yesterday (Frid.iy) and then I could indeed enlarge upon the sub lime— big, beautiful, and dense clouds of dust, dirt, and gravel that were to ho seen, felt, and abhorred by tho.iti lm\ ing occasion to move about the street yesterday, Every one complaining, but not even a feeble effort put forward to abate the intolerable nuisance. The question is asked — Can it be abated ? 1 1 can, very considerably, and at littlo cost. Twenty-four shilling-i ye^lerihy expended on the watering of the strcota would have mi'l tho di.'lioulty in tho main, and have s.ived much righteous in dignation and internal murmur ings against those who might be expected to move in the matter. Suggested remedy : The Council to provide a water cart, ete.N SEMPElt PA11ATUS.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

POLITICAL. Sir John Sec is ' now in Japan where he is acting ns honorary commissioner to report on the commercial relations between New South Wales and that country, and the best means of -improving them. .Sir John has already had an inter view with the ICmporor, and Ad miral Kamimura, who visited Aus tralia with the Japanese squadron, has entertained him al dinner. Premier Carruthcr.-f say that 'these special attentions are not only an acknowledgment of the prominent position .Sir John has held here but they are also intended as a i-ompIiliKMlt to the Slate.'' All of which is funny reading in face of the fact that the Coinirfonwcallh Parliament has legislated to keep the Japanese out of Australia. Surely all this courtesy (?) on the part of the Japanese must be the emptiest affectation. « * ?:;:- Addressing a public meeting at Mount Morgan Mr. L'jsina, M.L.A., said that 'politics were in a bad way, and that the Labor Party would have to he re-burn. They should never have been repre...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFICIAL VISIT OF THE BEGA EVENING STAR LODGE TO BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

OFFICIAL VISIT OF THE BEQA EVENING STAR LODQE TO BEMBOKA. Ox Wednesday night the District Officers and several members of the Evening Star Lodge, Bega, paid an official visit to the sister Lodge at Bemboka. Following wore the visitors: District Secretary J. M. Lee, District Mastor W. M. Board man, and Bros. McGrath, Fenton, H. Hughes, A. Arnold and M. Mils. The trip was made in Mr. M. Corrigan's four horse drag, with the ribbons in charge of !'Bud' Howard, and the visitors arrived at host Mudio's about six o'olock. Subsequently they attended the Lodge meeting, presided over by Bro. Black, Noble Grand, After the formal opening, Bro. Black welcomed the District Officers and members to the Lodge, and Bros. Boardman and Lee suitably re spondod. Bro. Lee gave an address on the benefits accruing to mem bers of the Order. The speech was worth going miles to hear, Mr, Leo dealing with tho subject in d'mas terly manner. His address, which occupied over an hour, was very much appreciated in ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

CHURCH SERVICES1 CHURCH OF ENGLAND. JJIVISE SERVICE will bo held as under:— St. John's Church, llcgn— Every Sundny at 11 11.111. mill 7 .10 p.m. Holy Communimi 011 1st ? Sunday at 11 a.m. nnd .trd Sunday at' 8 a.m. CANON J1AHTIN, B.A., Rector. CATHOLIC. ^JASS will bo celebrated as under: llUBa every Sunday at 9 and 11 a.m., and Devo tions at 7 20 p.m. - ? J. J. GUNNING. AUSTRALIAN METHODIST CHURCH. gEKVlCES will be conducted as under:— llega; ovcry Sunday at 11 and 7.30. Communion Service on the llrst Sunday after 11 a.m. ser . vice. Sabbath School at 2.30. Christian En deavor, Wednesday at 7.30. Choir Praotlco Krlday at 7.45. Sunday Nuv. 12, Bega 11, ('A Visit to tho WvitmlnHtcr of the Illble.') Brogo 8 p.m. lleua 7.!10, (?' Repentance: What Is it?'1) Sunday Nov. 12, WaWoot, 7.:» (P. Johnson), Settlement 7.S0 (Mr. French), Buckejo ''wsuk-iilght Services. Monday, 13th, Uartlcld. K. W. BRI8C0MI)E. URK8BYTERIAN CHURCH, ])t\'INESERVICE will be held as ui.dcr: Bega, BU Andrew's Church, ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL, Miss Thalia Parhhhy, of lirogo, was admitted to the Bega Hospital this week. , a- 'ft » O.\ Sunday evening Canon Martin will deliver adiscourseon 'Lessons from the Life of Lord Nelson.' Kamuihika' cheddar cheese is quoted in Sydney at. T/jd pur lb, nearly up to a fair butter price. * «- s- CouiiTS for the granting oi auctioneers' licenses on the 2Slh instant and the revision of the Jury list on 5th December. ?* - * * Tiie' '27th is the last day applica tions for the position of teachers in small country schools will be received. ?S- ?:;:- S- Miss Fi.okiiik Ottos (Nunierella) who was seriously- ill a few days ago is now much bettor and on the way to complete recovery: » ? « -:v *? At the Wardens' Court 'on Tues day Charles Schafer- sued M. M. Kocho for £19 2s 6d for wages. ?Verdict for amount claimed and costs. Mr. Bland appeared for the nlaintiff. -:» # « The ?weather has been very changeable during''' the past few days. Thursday was a very hot xlayancl a couple o...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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BURRAGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 18 November 1905

BURRAGATE. The picnic races, postponed since 27th ultimo, were held on Friday last. The weather was beautiful and warm. The attendance was not so good as expected, but no doubt the clashing of Wyndham and Cathcart sports would account for this. The various events were well contested. Mr. H. De Costa had a luncheon booth on the ground, and also supplied summer drinks. Visitors were present from Wyndham, Towamba, and Rocky Hall. The Opening Handicap was won by R. Beasley's Polly, T. Bens- ley's Signal second. The big race of the day, the Burragate Handi- cap, was annexed by Miss Roberts' Trixie, with Sovereign second; other starters: Blue Spec and Black Bess. Forced Handicap : T. Beasley's Polly first, Signal 2nd. In the Hunting Contest Mr. 11. Binnie's Leangaltia won. A don- key race caused a deal of amuse- ment, the winner being a half draught roan. Although driven home with a stockwhip its pace was not appreciably increased. Tilting at the ring was well contested, Mr. C. Miller, of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

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