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The "Sweep" Infatuation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

Tho 'Sweep' Infatuation. A now one in every 200 subscribers to a big riwisup yets a prize of some sort, if it is only a modest 'fiver,' but the n'llier 1!)!) (.'fl nothing ex cept f-'cliiiu;s of iMivy, hatred, and malice, and all iiiu-harituhlimosH. Surely calm reduction ought tocon vincu tin; le.-ist nmtlnmjuivsilly con stituted person in tho world of the folly of depositing any portion of his hard earned cash reserve in the maw of the omnivorous sweep-promoter. But alns, just as people aro -begin; ning to sec the futility of going into sweeps, comes the informution'that an old-age pensioner in Victoria drew Scot Free in a sweep, and has consequently buconiu entitbJ to several thousand pounds. More over, the astute pensioner, with tho wisdom of a suxaponariaVi, laid the odds against Scot Free winning the Cup, so to be sure of getting some thing. Now he seonps'in not only tho second money in his sweep, but a Is-ot ho money oft ho unhappy punter who backed Scot I' roe with him for a ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COPY OF GENERAL ORDER, NO. 29, DATED 21ST MARCH, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

COPY OK (iENEU.'il, OliDEi:, NO. 2!l, DAT!-::) 21.-r MAIiOIL. l.sJi1-. j*-t. The Tiii'Ulenant-ticiu'i'a'l ha** been jili-.i. imI mi order the foliowing Di'-liibulitin of th' Troop., uilli .1 view to aid the Civil I'owcr, and the inoic elfeclual putting down the Bushrangers, who, notwithstanding the reient Examples, have, it ap peal -^ re-commenced their depre dation-. 2nd. The ltange of Country within the Mountains will form the Parramafta District, that beyond, on the line of Communication to Wellington V.ill-y. will be'dL.ig nated the Hathurst District. Sid. A Field Olllccr v.iil be sta tioned at Parraniatta and another .it l!.ithui.-t. tho-'j places bi'ln-r e— t.ibli-hcd :i- t!ie IIc.id.|U.n (or- of the rcsi-octive District.-. In the (ii-l in-Mnce the Deuu hiiionN un der the former will be stationed al Windsor, Emu Plains. .Liverpool and Catnphelltiiwn; thosu under the latter will be posted at Wel lington Valley and Molong Plains, to the north of Uathurst; and from thence to the ...

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 — 22 November 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. A Cossack is an armed larrikin in L-iovernment employ. On the motion of Mr. Estill, during the discussion of the Estimates the salary of the secretary of the Public Works Committee was reduced from /'GOO to .£500. There, is terrible suffering in the famine-stricken districts of Japan. In some cases parents are selling their children for from Is 7d to 'Is each as servants. Many are mad with hunger and steal and cut horses. Where they can be ob tained, roots are ground and baked into cakes. Recently Mr. Deakin sent a cable to England 'in favor of Home Rule for Ireland. Now ho sends a cable of sympathy with the Russian Jews. The sentiments arp all right ; but if Alfred has got so much spare time why can't he attend to Com mon wealth, matters, instead of poking his nose into international troubles. ? A gentleman named Jones has caused some comment by describing his. newly-arrived son in a birth notice as 'a loan. If his object was to create interest, he has certainly .suc...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER IV. — Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

AU.STiRtALlAN:'.BUSHRANGENG.''' THE ZE-AIE^X/Sr ZDA.-5TS. By 'CHARLES WHITE. CHAPTER IV.— Continued. Private George Ecleston clquwccl tlial ho it' was who lwd seized Sulli van; lie had been planted behind ii tree and as Sullivan parsed him he sprang out and seized him by tho breast, threatening to blow his brains out if he did not dismount: .Sullivan then got off his horse and was secured. Itpbert Fitzgerald deposed that when lie was at Mr. limes' station at Caportee about a month before two men came to the hut, the time being about midnight: one of them entered the hat and asked whose place it was, and if there were any stangcrs tlievc; deponent said l-e j ?was a stranger, and the man then went out to where his companion was standing; the blackboy who was in the hut, told deponent that I the men were loading their mils- i kots, and shortly afterwards they J both entered the hut; they asked i who owned the horses outside and i deponent said he did; they said | they must have two to ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

J. J. 0RMIST0N, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP STREET, BEOA. (Surgery, next A.J.S. Bank;. May be Consulted daily. Hours : 9 n.m. till 0 p.m. ; 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. ORMISTON. & 0RMIST0N, DENTISTS, ' Begn. MR.,1. M. OIOIISTOX will visit the undermentioned places monthly, on the following dates: — WOLUMLA— Sclmfer's lintel, Nov. 0. I'AMIIULA— IlobliMou'a Hutu), November 7 nml H. EDIiN— Mrs. Pike's Hotel, November 9 till W. TOWA5IBA— JCov. It, IS mill 10. VA.MllUIXA-.Vov. 17 mid 18. WYNDIIAM— Tnrbctt's Hotel, November 20 nml 21. HOCKV H.UX-Nov 22 nml 23. CATIICART— Nov 21 mid 25. CANDEI.O— Oet. 10 till 21. IIK.MB0KA— Oct. 27 nml 28. COIIAKOO— Oul. SO till Nov. 2. BEIMIAOUI— Nov. 3. MR. MCKERN, DENTAL SURGEON, AUCKLAND STREET, BEOA. Others may come and go ! WHYNIAN and BROOKS GO OX FOR EVER ! ! WHY? ? ? -, _..„„„ 'Because tholi' work' it Raivlcs. Jteouusc of tlio High-grade material laud in this establishment. 'Because of the Reasonftblo Trices .lmrgixl. Because everybody knows the old firm...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

IW EVERY MAN Has his Price ! —BUT SOME ARE— OHEAPflK THAN OTHEES. wm mmmmmmmm SW Absolutely the CHEAPEST STORE in Town. Special Line of Household Calico, 3s lid per doz Special Line of Unrivalled Long Cloth, 4s 9d doz Beautiful Finish Dutch Calico, 4s 9d doz 36-inch Longcloth, Gs 3d doz Cheek Glass Cloth, 4'/:d yd. Os ? nabergs, 6d and 8d per yd Stripo and Check Shirtings, Gd, G^d, 7d, 7^d, 8d yd White and Cream Damasks from Is4d 72-in. Grey Twill Sheeting, lV/i yd „ Plain Heavy Sheeting, 1/4J4 yd GG-inch White Sheeting, Is yd, 80 ? inch do, Is 4d yd 10/4 and 11/4 Honeycomb Q ' 3s lid, 4s lid Laco Curtains, 2# x 40, 2s lid ; %y2 x 45, 3s 11 White and Unbleached Towels, 3d, 4^d,6d, 9^d, Is Id FANCY°iaOODS. A Most Up-to-date Assortment. While and Cream Paris Overall Lace, 1/G, 1/11, 2/3 Imitation Torchon Lace, Gd doz Ribbons in all shades from Id yd Insertions and Guipures, in White Cream, Paris and Black, from 4d yd ' Latest Shapes in Corsets, 3s lid Children's Gloves, Gd pair Ladies...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. 1905 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, 1905 S 01 -S . ? S s 'j» B % Day of Week S » * » u a 3 S S I' ? 5 » S £ 1 M [ 31 A M I'.SI. 1 Wednesday 4 »-! (i 22 8 IM 10 22 2 Tliurailuy 4 55 (i 2» ' HI 11 17 3 Friday 4 54 (i 24 10 28 a.m. 4 Saturday 4 511 li 23 11 2.') 12 7 5 SUNDAY 4 52 (! 20 i-.sf. 12 T.0 0 Monday 4 01 II 27 1 17 1 20 7 Tuesday i 50 (i 28 2 II 2 4 8 Wednesday 4 4!) (i 2!- 3 4 2 :17 i) Thursday 4 48 f- 30 3 57 3 i) 10 Friday 4 47 -i 31 4 51 IS 40 11 Saturday 4 47 (i 31 5 44 4 13 12 SUXIMY 4 4(i (i 32 (i 38 4 4(i 13 Monday I 45 li 33 7 32 5 21 14 Tuesday 4 45 (i 35 8 20 5 5(1 15 Wednesday 4 44 (i Mi '.) li) 0 43 10 Thursday 4 44 II 3(i 10 !) 7 211 17 Friday 4 43 0 37 10 58 8 111 18 Saturday 4 42 li' 38 11 44 '.) II lit SUNDAY 4 42 (V 40 a.m. 10 12 20 Monday 4 41 (i 41 12 27 11 12 21 Tuesday 4 41 li 42 L 7 p.m. 22 Wednesday 4 40 0 43 I 47 1 111 23 Thursday 4 3!) 0 44 2 20 2 24 24 Friday 4 3!) 0 45 8 7 3 !12 25- Saturday 4 3!) 0 45 3 4!) 4 41 20 SUN' DAY 4 3!) 0 40 4 31 5 4!l 27 Monday 4 38...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

POLITICAL. O:; Thursday'. when flic estimates wen-, being considered, the follow ing reductions were carried ngiiin.it the Government: — President's sal arv. from ,O)00 to ,£750; Chairman of 'Committees £470 to £400; Clerk of Parliament £090. to /'i00; C'.li'ih's1 Assistant's salary from jCnm to /;:50; Speaker, £1200 to £IOiJO. Upper House: Chair man of Committees £040 to £(-00; Clerk of Assembly £!)00'lo £800. The. U S. has a tariff which doesn't allow of foreign competition, and the Harvester people can make enough profits there to more than cover any '?temporary loss incurred while (with the assistance of our Foreign-trades push) they are kill ing an Australian industry. S- «- * The Sunshine Harvester Works have just been forced to discharge 130 men. The. American Harves ter people are selling machines so cheaply, under the present miser ably inefficient tariff, that it is be coming impossible to compete with them. Of course, they may lose by it for a time, but, when the Aus tral...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Oar Citizen Soldiery. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

Our Citizen Soldiery. The public men anil the press of Australia have lately been inte resting themselves in the question of national defence, and it is gene rally agreed by the military autho: rities that the time has come when the Commonwealth must be pre pared to undertake its own de fence and repel the possible attack H of any invader, white or yellow. §9. The burdensome military system IL of Europe is impossible in Aiis R- tralia, by reason of - the costly H ?- upkeep of a standing army of any || strength even if the population g wore -available, and a system of ft land defence will have to be W adopted which .'will not bo such a Vr drag on the taxpayer in time of w peace. The history of every coun JL try has proved that the citizen jj; soldier or volunteer, though per il haps not so perfectly disciplined, | is just as brave and effective in the B lighting line as thr regular when 8 .oft — . ^-~e»g-»getl in lioino di-fi-na:. Wash Is ington's greatest victories were, won ' by rn...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

SHOTTING, Ko'ijiinticiiS for all events for tho Oth ''Discern')!!!1 rac:: mi'ding at Bcga close to-night at S..'!() o'clock. The I'nnJxilii spring meeting takes place t'wwy. A giiod day's racing and a big aUunlnnce if: anticipated. The JJcga Rifle Club's November match commences to-day, and will be 'continued on Saturday. The ranges will be 500 and 000*. Jockey G. Howard left Been/for Braidwood on Monday. George has been engaged .to ride at the northern meeting for Air. M. Keat ing, Moruyn's well-known sports man. .. ?London ' Punch ' has a splendid cartoon on the New Zcalond foot ballers entitled, 'The Unlickcd Cub,' depicting the 'cub' run ning with the ball, and palming off the mother' in the best Rugby style. The New Zealand footballers played their first international match on Saturday, defeating Scot land by 12 points to 7. Scotland led at half-time by 7 to 6. The New Zealandcrs won the game by a great forward rush at the last minute. Recant events in Cobargo have decided Mess...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

SPQPuTSftSG. The owner of Blue Spec is credited with'with winning £15,000 in wagers. 'Ping-pong is still played in the Noith. At Lismore the other night during the progress of a tourna ment some 'exciting games' were said to have been played. The New Zealand footballers on Wednesday last defeated Bedford by 45 to nil making the 19th suc cession victory of the tour and pil ing the total points up to 016 as against 15 stored against them. At the end of the season St. John's Institute cricket club will have a -.difficulty '.'(on figures) in picking out it3 best bowler. The club should sec the bowling aver ages arc kept in every match. The extraordinary success of the N.Z. footballers in England has had the effect of amply advertising Maorilarid in the: United Kingdom and on the continent. In every country true sport isKing The Now Zealand footballers have received an invitation to play in France after the tour at Home, and as the team will have a margin left for about throe weeks, it i...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

FROM THE BULLETIN. After the Cup.— Owner : 'Well, Billy, you nearly won!' Billy : 'Yes, sir, it was n. closes tiling. I couldn't have held him much longer.' * * W A crushed parent. — Excited cyclist : 'Here, sonny, run an1 ask your father if he's got any kind of spirit' ? Sonny : 'Him ! He ain't got nny. Uncle' Bill sa3's if he had he wouldn't let the old woman rouse on him like she does.' * ??*?...?.« A. M. Millard, M.L.A., the un fortunate N.S.W. solicitor and politician whose habit of mixing whisky and business got him into a foolish little trouble over a con fused item of £5, claimed- nt his trial to have won the Victoria Cross at some back period of his history. But the published lists of the surviving V.C. men don't in clude his name, so possibly this is a mere delusion. Anyhow, the Cross doesn't always go by, merit. Many a man has deserved it for the battle he put up against fan tods and blue centipedes, with no weapon in his hand save an empty bottle, and his' bravery has be...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sir F. Treves on Alcohol. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

Sir F. Treves on Alcohol. Alcohol is distinctly a poison. It has certain uses, like other poisons, but tho limitations on its use should be as strict as on arso.nic, opium, and strychnine. Alcohol has a certain position as a medicine, but in the last twenty-live years its use by tho medical :? profession' has steadily and .emphatically 'dimin- ished. Alcohol hinders digestion, even when taken in small amounts. rts'curio\isfy'ni6(.Tifios thb'riburisir- ment of the body, and greatly lessens tho output of carbonic, acid — a very important matter — ko that the drunkard i»' necessarily. sin 1 1 1 — nourished man. If any alcohol were used it was impossible to roach Lho ai'ine of physical condition. Its stimulating effect was only momentary, and when that effect passed off, tho capacity for work fell enormously. Troops could not march on alco hol. In tho Ladysmith relief column which Sir F. Troves accompanied, the first men to drop out were those who drank. The fact was as clear as if they...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

CRICKET The return match between St. John's Institute and Kanieruka was played on Saturday afternoon and lesultcd in a draw. Kanioruka, batting first, closed ther innings with 4' down for 1-17, and of St. John,s a wickets had fallen for 110 when slumps were drawn. Follow ing aro the scores .:— .. . KAMEKUKA— 1st innings. Cluimpneys, retired -17 Doyle, c Jtnilit, 1- Iteynolds LM White, b Kiclmidson -'?') Wren, not out !-(- ?Williams, b Reynolds 0 Kenwood, not out IK Byes 7 Total for 4 wickets 157 Bowling. — Richardson, 1 for 40 ; Reynolds 2 for 57 ; Cruickslinnk, 0 for HO ; Iiutcmnn, 0 for 17 ; Lawson 0 for 2 ; Fcnton, 0 for -t. ST. JOHN'S INSTITUTE— 1st 'innings. Batcman, not out '11 Richardson, b Champneys 10 Lawson, b -'apthali 12 Rogers, I) Xaiithnli' 10 Criiivlcshank, b McGuinness 14 I'enton, b Wren .'i Keynolds, stumped 22 Nugent, not out 1 Canon Mnrtin, b Napthali 4 Sundries 7 Total for 7 wickets 110 Bowling analysis not kept.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inter-District Summary [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

Inter-Dislrict- Summary- At Berry on Friday tliu lompura ture was 102 in the shndu. Heavy .frosts at Btiifgondore last week completely ruinod 'tho fruit crops and curly potatoes. An autograph quilt, prepared hy local ladies in aid of tho Wnleha Cottage Hospital, yielded £20. Since the late rains tliu cream supply al Byron liny factory lias increased to about 9 Ions of butter per week. While travelling from Kiali to Eden last week Mr. .7 nines AIc Mahon ])!isscd through myriads of moths extending about a mile a'nd as thick as a swann of bees. Owing to the recent plague of moths the honey yield in Ourimbab and other districts will be u com plete failure. Jiecs are to be seen ;, dead in hundreds in the fields. Recently Mr. Psit Walker, whose dairy strain of cattle bear a high reputation in the North, sold an IS ' months' old bull calf to a Queensland buyer for 60 guineas. The affairs of the Hawkesbury ? Dair,y and Butter Company, Wind sor, have been wound up. After liquidating all liab...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

Tun Gibraltar Co. has purchased the oW Fiilkncr Mi.iu, 1'ambula. 1 At Cootannindra last week, Thos. O'.Shea, an c.\-nicml)L'r of Gardiner's bushranging gang, who had already served 25 years, was sentenced to two years for.indci'unt assault. Mr. J. Cheek, the popular enter tainer, will open in Uoga on the o 1st i list, and 1st December. Mr. Cheek is well known all along the Coast, and his show is always well patronised. M- a mooting hold at the Tanja Hall on Wednesday night it wits decided to hold a concert and tea 111 aid. of the local Anglican church. Tho charge was fixed'at Is Oil. Jt was also arranged to liohfn social on tho same night (after the, con- cert) in aid of tho funds of the rrnnja Hall. Mr. W. A. Kelly is in charge of the concert iirrnngeiuonts.

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 — 22 November 1905

As You Like It. 'I 1)111.-1 IlilVO IlliprlV ? Wlllinl. !!?- lnrni! 11 i-linrti-r us I ho wind, T.i blow 011 whom I pIi-iim-.' ? —??As You Mkoll.'(Aut II., sc. 7). Tin! raniliula 'Voice' reports a onto where aii'iiM-n^u pensioner who was also earning I Is a week as a postal olii cial, received notice, that lm must either Hive up hiH/«/ billet in the p.o. or forego - his pension. Instead of peunlisinjTu man for hcin-: n pensioner, the (.iovern ment should be glut! tos.ee him earniui' a lew ponnilx lo angmeiiL his .statutory pittance. The State would inaku it, 11 crime instead of a riylit for a 'man to avail him.sell' of the provisions of the Pensions Act. « « « A South Coast nuwspajier regu larly ' ex+onds .'its sympathy' to (he. bereaved on thj denii.'o' of a lesiclcut. Tlio other day, in writing an ohiluarv, it went into all the detaila of deceased's life, Milting that she had not a relative living and was well on to a hundred years old. The writer apparently forgot there were none ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
William Rixon notifies. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

William Uixon notifies. At an early date, at Bemboka, by order of Mr. Jas. lirown. choice dairy herd, young cattle, plant, etc. On Thursday, 2i5rd November, (in conjunction with Tell ami Allan) in the estate of the late John Britten, the whole of the lands, farm and dairy plant, furniture. Also 02 choice milkers, 20 dry cows, 3 bulls, 1 draught horse, 1 draught mare, 3 harness horses, 4 saddle horses. 80 poddies. On Thursday, lJlh December, at Rurragatc, by order of i\Ir. T. P. Shelley, 100 head choice milkers, springers, young cattle, dairy plant, horses, itc. Also dairy farm 685^ acres. Land Sales, On Thursday, 23rd November (in conjunction with Pell and Allan), the whole of the estate of the late- John BriMen, comprising tho homestead of .'551! acres 2rds Jo per ; lot 2, of t-0 acres, -10 free hold :? lot 3, SO acres; lot -1, 17S acres 20per, '10 freehold ; lot 0, Cooper's Clully, 22 acres 10 per; lot- 0, allotments 0 and 7, lieni boka ; lot 7, allntnioiu.; ]',i, 20, 21, 22, 2:J ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. Win. Uixon ronorts a successful cloaraiu'o salu on Monday last on account of. Mr. IJ. J. Mooru at Mo ^illa, milkers bringing from £A to £7 10s. ; springers £4 o.s. lo £ti 17.s. (id. ; iioddies, 20s. ; dairy plant, farming inipleinents, etc., all brought satisfactory jirices.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 22 November 1905

' 1 11 in In I lie pirn.: ivh.-ro 1 mn ili'innn.k'il of cunsclciico In s|i«ik U10 truth, IhiTi'fore tin truth ( spoil k, Impugn il whoso llsloth.'

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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