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How to Remove a Woman's Hat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

How to Remove a Woman's Hat. Mb. Simpson sat enjoying the play famously, when a woman in a two= foot hat plumped down in'the seat in -front of him . '' Ho sat so to speak, on tip-too. He craned his neck to the right and to the Joft j but in vain. Now that this woman was come, he could see nothing of the stage. ; He Baw only two black ostrich plumes, a bunch of grapes, a humming-bird and a bow of pink satin ribbon; from behind this mass the voice of the players came. Mr. Simpson was a modest man. It was not his nature to disturb anyone.^ Neyorthe|ess ho did riot; often get to a theatre,- and now tlrat -he was iii one ho did not purpose to miss its benefits through no' fault of his own. So, af tor a good deal of silent suffering and a good deal nf Kiqlifnl liouifnfinn T»n Irvirwirl frw ward, touched the woman in front of him, and «aid in the politest tqnc 'Mudnni, will you kindly tako off your hat?' Tlio -\\omm i^noied lum — ig- nored him absolutely. He said, a little louden 'Will )'o...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

CHURCH OF ENGLAND DEA CONESS HIGH SCHOOL. Tn b. remarkable success which at tended the candidates from the High School at the recent musical examinations must be highly grati fying lo the management, and con stitutes a record of which the in ^ones.i Jligh School, which is in a nourishing condition, was founded in our midst some five years ago by the llev. Frederick Bevan, B.A., then Rector of the parish. The idea originated with him and to him alone belongs the credit of re moving locally the reproach which has so long existed against the Church of England community as lo the non-existence of such schools where their children would have an opportunity of receiving a tho rough education from teachers of their own denomination. In nearly every town the 11. C. Church provides high-class schools for the education of their own or any children who may choose to avail themselves of the excep tional educational advantages of fered. And the establishment of Deaconess Schools is only followin...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

THE NEWSPAPER j THE SOUTH. i;.iv:; :.i: \ rtiNt; ,\!.-f;t.-i,::-:, Twi'K'Ai. i-Av;.\:ii:.\i';i:i, IXTKiJ-DISTIii!.1!1 NKV/S. Ailrnciivcly W.-ii.'ei anJ Priaiod. Every Wednesday and Saturday.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

ADVERTISING. SIXGl'.E COLUMN'— !''irst Inch !k, every tfiicccuiling Inch Is. (id. IXHJlilVE COMJ.M\— First. Inch, Ss, every suciieuillng I nth As. (-ii. J@©rSI'ECIAL ARRANGEMENTS POK STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Addkkss: CHURCH -ST., 13 13 G A.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mr. J. H. Want. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

Death of Mr. J. H. Want, Mk. Jonx Henky Want, the emi nent K.C., politician, sportsman, and citizen, died at his. residence, 'Ellerslie,' Darlinghurst-road, on Wednesday evening, after a short but' severe illness. Not long ago Mr. Want was suffering from an affection of th-- thrnnt. from \rlnVli he recovered. He was subsequently seized with appendicitis, but the doctors found that, his heart was too weak to admit of their per forming an operation. Dropsy supervened, and for the last few days Mr. Want was kept alive by means of the injection of oxygen. On 'Tuesday ho recovered conscious ness for a few minutes, after which he became insensible. 'Jack' Want, as ho was familiarly called, was one of tho most pictu resque and interesting characters in the public life of New South Wales. In tho legal world lie was a K.C., and one of the most power ful and effective advocates, the hero of many a stoutly-contested forensic battle. His frank and genial nature made him one of the most popular ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

SPORTBNG. The Grammar School cricketers meet Kiiincruku on tlio hitter's wicket to-day. Ballalaba is weighted at 10.9 for the Hurdle Knee at the A.J.C. races to-day. Nominations for tlio pony races nt Bodulhi on Boxing Duy close on December 11th. The New Zealand Cricket Council has invited the N.S.W. Cricket Association to send a team to tour N.Z. this season. ., In the Sydney cricket competi tions on Saturday, Greg (Burn-nod) took 2 wickets 'for 40, Middleton (Sydney) 5 for 94. It is probable that Canon Martin will select a tnam of 'Old Buffers' to play St. John's Institute next Saturday,' 2nd December. Cyclists will be pleased to bear that the Corunna Club has decided not to wind up, and it will be con tinued under new management. ? Swimmer Kieran, who ''has just returned from London, had an en thusiastic reception at a smoke concert tendered him in Melbourne ' on Monday night. . On Saturday -at Melbourne Arm strong made 200 not out for his club. In the Inter-state match last week...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

ROCKY HALL. The weather continues hot and dry and farmers are crying out for rain. There was frost on Wednes ilav morning. The lioeky I Tall Jockey Club held a meeting at Grant's Hotel on Saturdav eveninir. and it was de cided to hold the annual meetintr on HHh January. The programme will appear at an early date. Our nciglihour.1 at, Wyiidham held a concert and ballon Wednes day night, and. on Friday and Sat urday a fancy fair in aid of the Anglican and Presbyterian Ohurehe-:, about £100 being'netted. The various stalls were well stocked with useful articles and were in charge of energetic workers.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

CRICKET A match between tonms represent ing ilia Grammar School and St. John's Institute was played on the Showground on Wednesday. St. John's batted first and made 107, -.of 'which lingers put up 34 in good stylo, while Cruiokshank, with this good fortune which always attends ahitter, was again responsible for a good score, 30. Other double figure scorers were Richardson (12) and Moakor (12). Blaxland who, so far as the Buduet has soon this season, is Bega's star performer, secured 6 wickets for 33. The Grammar totted up the fine score of 138, of which Blnxland made 80 before 'he retired. Ho - Hit three fives. J. Kixon contributed 10 and E Wo'id 13. The match was won by the Grammar School with a margin of 31 runs. Following arc the scores : — St. John's Institute. — 1st innings, liatcumn !- Wood 2 Kiclinrilrton 1- lilaxland VJ Lawson b Itlaxland 0 Hrixey c Uixon b Blaxland 0 Rogers e ISlnxlnml b Uland H4 HemlcrHon b Wood 1 Menker c Blnxlund b Wood VI Upton b Maxland ' 7 Uruiekshunk...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kelly Gang Reminiscenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

Kelly Gang Reminiscenses. A man who gives his name as Raines Skillion (writesour Lithgow correspondent), 'and who- claims to have been connected with the Kelly gang in Victoria 27 years ago, gave some of his experiences at a meeting of the \Lithgo\v branch of the Salvation Army a few nights ago. ? He stated that his brother, William Skillion, had i)]arrietj Maggie Kcllj, the dde^t sister of Is nd, and aKo tli.U he (James Skilhon) hid in m nn ways proved useful to the gang He said that the beginning of the Kelly gang came when certain mounted constables went to Mrs. Kelly's to arrest her son Dan-, who was aw aj at the tune, on 1 charge Of J)9i-o stealing The constable paid SkllHon, attempted familiarity with Kato Kelly, but Mrs. Kelly, William Skillion, and a man mimed Williamson handled the policeman very roughly. On the day follow ing several constables from Bonalla arrested Mis Kdh,Wm Skillion, and Williamson, on a charge of assaulting the constable The t\\o (uen gql §uf ytau, and...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lemmone Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

The Lemmone Conseri. Ir evidence were required that Ilega is becoming alive lo the wisdoni of generously patronising high-class coiKrcrls, tin; packed houses which greeted LemmoncV company -at their first ?entertainment on W'ed iwwil'tv l.ni'i. finil.le lcsliniOMV. livery seat was occupied and chairs from'outsidc the hall were requsi tioncd, tint i 1 at last standing room was at a premium. This is as it .-hould be. It is now an accepted fact that good music tends to raise the moral* tone' of any community, and for that reason we cannot have too much of it. It is good in the church, in the hall, in the home, or in the open air. As is usual with Mr. LennnoiUi's co'ubinalions. every ariict afforded the greatest pleasure in the ren dition of their several numbers, and humorous items were judici ously inlcivperscd to leaven, as it were, the severely cla.-sical. This, of cciuim1. is neee.-sary, for music connoisseurs are in a minority i:i in any town. Jt is almost uiuhhvs sarv to refer to...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

CHURCH SERVICES' 'onmon oF.KNCiia.Ni-. |)IVIXi: .-i:i:VICi: will In- liulilu- unrtur:— s-s. .l.-huM!|iiiri-!i, llnpi— Kvury Sliniliiv at 1! n in. iiml 7:0 p.m. lluly I'nniiiiuiiinii i.ii 1-t Mni.luv at II a.m. mill 'nl .-uiiilny m s a.m. I'A.NON .MAIiriX. H.A., Kudur. CATHOLIC A [A— Hill bL'|.elL-liiulL'sln-iin.lL-r:- liL-Kii i-vcry Similuy at II and 11 a.m., anil lluvo lion- al 7.-.10 p.m. J. J. UL'XXIXO. AI'STIl.M.lAX .MKTUODIST Ullt'liUlI. yi:i:VICl.i will In- ??undiii'twl as under:— lli'liii, uvcry .Sunday al 1 1 and 7..1I). Cnininiiiiinn M-rvlcii im'ilH- Him Sundiiy nftcr 11 a.m. w \ice. Salilmilibfhi.rdai'J.iW. ciiiNilmi l- ili'iivur. Ut'iliivxluynt T.:». Ciiolr I'lactiie SiiiMlii},-Vcn-.''ai:*— Ii--|iii II, WnlliiKiini 3 :», Ilcpa 7.N). Ilin,'.) :i (Mr. (;. jifninliiiiiii. of Illll^Vlllf). i:. W. 1IKWC0.M1IK. im:i:siivi'i:i:ia:; cjii'ikjii. 'I jlVJXi: Si:itVlc;i: nlll Im hvlil as ui.dor:— ' JlL-tsu. PI. Aiiilii-nSCIiiirrli, i-ri'ry Siimlny at 1. tmtl T.:u). i-uliljiith Selino...

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 — 25 November 1905

As You Like It. 'I must linvi' tllii-rly Wilhul, us tnriti' it I'linrlcr us tliu wind, 'l'i- Mow mi ulnim I i.U'.iM'.' -' As Yuii Mku 11.' (Act II., «?. 7). The AiiHtriilinu Women 'rf l/iheral ].i'.'ij_'iii' Iki.s iliriik'il to liihe :i IiiiikI in the (U'fi-nei'of AiiHtrnliii, awl !»-» «arrieil a resolution that :\ll j;irl ritizciia fnini 15 to 11! yi-m-H of itjio chilli he t:uii;ht. to 'hear anus' — k'''h '''' iliiiiKM ^'??u l'l!l1 nf nuirse were invaiit— Hn that they would he iilili! to defend themselves or llmir wiiiiitry in tr.\.-:u Hi iiet-il. Should the movement heroine iiojuilar, and ladk-.H he rrceiveil into the le.servist ill iti t Iiii i'-minij -.vi 11 ] wtt'i it in i ?) tti iitili'l I' report and rillu tihoolint; more than usually exciting. The l.eanuu al.so de eided that girls should lie [liven an oppor tunity of ivtKMviiij; instruction in niiiliii liuicu work, in order jirrhaps that they may ho ahle to ivmler /iivtaid to any they accidentally sliiit.t at the rillu hulls...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

POLITICAL. At the present time in this Slate we have the absolutely indecent spectacle of candidates canvassing an electorate, and 'addressing meet ings before the sitting member had resigned his seat. Sir. Alan Mil larci, «i.i\ lor liueanijuyau, was some time ago convicted of stealing money, and those who were anxious to jump into Jits political shoes could not. wait for Hie limn to resign, but net out after a seat which' was not y-it vacant. And Millnnl niny nut rn^iifll nfliir oil fur till' l.'IWVorti have his case in hnnd with the object of upsetting (In: r-.inviclion, and after the .Tom ijlaltcry job anything seems po.«.sil-lo in this direction when a lawyer's liberty is at stake. The candidates who have been slumping the country for the past fortnight have returned ^o camp, and are cither awaiting the result of the movement to try and prove why Millard shouldn't suffer for an offence of which ho has been convicted, or ..Millard's resig nation. ~~~~ The much vaunted report that...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Servant Girl Problem Discloses [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

What the Servant Girl Problem Discloses Among the other instructive features of a correspondence on 'the domes tic servant problem' in a Sydney, paper is a revelation in the nice grades that exist in the society of employees. The shop girl, it ap pears, is a kind of aristocrat m that world, and when arrangements are being made for 'ladies and gentlemen's party,' -objects to domestics being invited on the ground that ''they are only ser vants.' Miss AYhatsername, of the emporium— Main-street, Onehor.sc ville — could not condescend to dance or simper iiv the room' where the young person who is merely engaged at housework is. Yet, as oue of the latter has observed, the shop girl is no higher up, but rather lower, because she has to serve anybody, while the domestic is only amenable to one person, namely, the mistress of the house, As far as that goes, the honors are all with Mary Jane, who is working at the business of a woman's life, for when married, asking the husband, who is roarin...

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 — 25 November 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL A i'i:w fats were imported from Iiomcluish to licga district by steamer last week. # .?'??# * Maizb (yellow) is down to 'Is lOd to 5s in Sydney. 1'otatoe.s : Oircular darkskins £'.) ; Ularcnce River £\\ ; at the Redfcrn auctions ^0 (is -Sd. Hoiilliern -.-ggs 7|^d to Sd, choice Oil. «- * * Acx'Kl'TAlii.K rain ban fallen in the north-east areas' of 4he State, in some places fully an inch being registered. Hill End' had 135 points, Nundle 110, and: Tabulum 1)3. Many places had falls rang ijing from! 80 to 20 points. «:- « * Tun ?' Budget' understands that Marie Narelle, who has met with great success in foreign parts, and who has been associated with Mr. Lemmone in various musical undertakings, will visit Australia next year for a limited tour, prob ably 'only six months, and that she will be managed by Mr. Lemmone. r,et us hope that Boga will not be considered too unimportant lo be placed on her list. Miss Xarelle is in grerit demand in Great Britain and in America, ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

BEGA JOCKEY CLUB. ?SU.MMKK 11AC!E MEETING. Follow ixc. are the nominations and weights for the above, to be run on Wednesday, 6th December: lluiimx Hack of 20 suvs ; distance about 2 inilea 158yds. st. lb. J. Mcl.ellan's eh in Bonnie Blink, Oyrs . . ? ll 0 I). DiinsiiHirc, j mi's rn li Huflian, liyrs ... 10 j» T. Manning's (: t! Zola, a » ?? S. Sliariio'iTbrli Turcliill, fiyrs » !) W. Uttie s U g i-iunisy, uya ?? « Jus. Coehrane's elig Wuluinla, liyra ... 90 Flyiso Handicap of 30 sovs; distance 0 furlongs. st lb ?T. McLollnnd's cli in Bonnie Blink, .?ijsod ... 10 0 A. .T. Stewart's br hfio Soon, 4yrs 10 0 M. Kcnting's b g Malice, a 0 0 \V. Krazer's b m Hiiretta, aged 8 12 P. II. Southern's cb g Corni Lynn, (ivrs ... 80 M. Kuatiiig's ch g Medal Patrick, '\V. llibhurd'seh g Rapid River, a 7 4 .1. Coffe.v's ch g Medallist, (Syrs 7 0 S. Clarke's b g Cordite, aged - . 0 A. .1. Alcnuk's'br.m Phyllis, aged 7 0 A. Alcock's Arrowon . 7 0 Tkiai, Handicap of 20 sova; distanced furlongs. St. 11...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"King Dick," the Live Premier. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

'King Dick,' tlie Live Premier. While the Commonwealth is try ing by ever\r means to advertise 'the nntunii resources of this great country' (New South Wales in particular is telling those over tlie seas how ?£( is really the promised land (lowing with milk and honey) and doing all it can to -induce people to pack up and make Aus tralia their home, and for obvious, reasons is failing all the time, 'King - Dick,' premier of New Zealand, is effectually scoring for his country at every turn, until to-day it is the best known, best liked, best governed, and most prosperous of the British dependencies. Seddon never misses a chance t.o do the right thing, in the right way, and just at the right tinny Some weeks ago lie talked of sending a team of footballers to England to play a series of matches, and although he probably didn't mean business, New Zealand got a cheap and effec tive advertisement. Since then, the magnificent and unbroken vic torious march of the Maori foot ballers has done...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

SPORTING, f Nominations for IWcnker's (orch iiirht handicap close on Wednesday ! night. The Australian Cup winner Kurd Allen's daughter, aiiir a lunjjlhy spell, is to be trained again. The New Zealand footballers de lOaiUll *_Wilff£U» I./J -^ |IUIUl» IU till. 'Ay, mo'n, but their awfu' earls an' braw' as ourscl's.' Old .Sunrise who received in juries while rolling last week, which proved fatal was 25 years of age, and is said to have sired win ners of ?? between ,£(50,000 and i'70.000 in prize money. Harry Hales, who came from .Sydney* by Tuesday 's boat is to train Mr. Alcock's burses at Hill top. A lad named ?jumniers has also been imported, and had a mount on Councillor at Pambula on Wednesday. On Wednesday next a combined team chosen from St. John's Insti tute and the Grammar School will play the pick of Jii'ga club. An arrangement has been made fur a limit of 30 ruiifc off each bat. The combined team is in good form and' expects to put up a good fight against the crocks of Jieg...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydnkv, Tuesday. MAUKETS. Eggs (south) 7d to Sd, oaten chaff £4 10s to £-i 15s, potatoes £0 to £10, butter (choice) lOj^d, prime 9d to lOd, pastry 8yi to 8^d, cheese od to Gd, hens 2s to 2s 9d, young roosters' 3s Gd to 'is Gd, ducks 2s 6d to 2s 9d, maize 4s Gd. THE CLOSURE MOTION. In the House of Representatives Mr. 'Dugald Thomson moved an amendment on the closure motion to the effect that no member should speak move than an hour in one night, and such period may embrace four speeches. The amendment was rejected by 30 to 10. THE 'GAG.' Tlie 'gag' .motion., was passed by 30 votes to 20, the Government and labor caucus voting solidly together. THE SENATE AND HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. The Senate resolved by 11 votes to 5 that the Home Rule resolu tions should be presented to the King. MORE SM13LLFUL DISCLO SURES. The report of the Public Servjee Board states that at the recent inquiry evidence was given to the effect that the sum of .£200 was distributed between li. M. ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY : [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

THEY SAY: T.i.vr -tlio other ila.v liarrip.tpr Ciordon :il the Hitting (if t!it! Iii|_-!i Court, in Sydney cnni;)!;iiii(.'il that there wjwn't a Hii)-|-iy of floe fi -- )l.-c;i |- on (lie table; and That Ibc.re iluirn'l appear to bo any c.m.d reason why tin; taxpayer should prnvide big-feed barristers with gratis stationery. Yii'it Check Uiu photographer and entertainer will he. in Mega nuxt week. Thai 11s nearly every horse in the Melbourne Cii|- wiim dreamt, a winnur it's not wimili'iful that a few dreams should '|ihii out' alriglit. That Chiiiniiiiii of Committees Wood very properly' promptly squelches men like Norton nml hairy Jliller when they attempt to 'hold up' thu Committee. That hoth Russia and Japan art' just now suffuring from u terrible famine ; and That the individual who's deductive reasoning would lead him to see herein a judgment from Heaven should think liiird over Hie Dour and other wars. Thsit the .feiseys are the 'big thing' in X.S.W. jiwl now; iind That if a Go...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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