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PAMBULA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

PAMBULA -RACES. . The above races came off on Wed nesday. The weather was perfect, attendance good and racing highly interesting. As usual, a large Bega contingent attendod. . The usual but the ring didn't fare too well except in the Trial Stakes, when Corra Lynn, the winner, was beg ging at 10 to 1 and found no hackers worth mentioning. Fol* lowing are the results of the several events: — Oi'E.vi.vii Handicap, of 10 sovs., second hoivo 1 sow- from prize. .^ \V. Frazer's b in Hurettii, Oyrs,' by ? ? Huret— Vulettn, 8.4, in. lib pen alty. . . (McFarlune) 1 S. dunce's br g Caesar, 4yrs, 8.3 (Clarke) 2 II. Otton's br g Councillor, 4yrs, (1.7, carried 7.0 . (Mercer) I! Other starter: Dower Queen 7.7 (Gulli) carried 7.11, Rapid River 7.7 (Ilibburd) carried 7.1154, Ifurriga 7.1 (Hwhxur) carried 7.5. . Zetwell 8.1 (O'Mura) car ried 8.3. : Bulling; Even money Hurettn, 2 to 1 Caesar, o to 1 Xarriga, 10 to 1 Rapid River. Won by about a length from Caesar, who came with a groat rush ut the iin...

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

QT. JOHN'S LADIES' SEWING O II K i; Half-yearly' SALS 'of WORK IX TIIK l'Al'.I.Sfl HALL, O.v TUESDAY, 2Sti; .1 USE, :! to 5 p.m. . and from 7.:!0 to 10 p..m. WEDNESDAY. 2!-m, r.SO to 10 p.m. £&~ ADMISSION ; Afternoon free, Evvui ng Gil. MHS. II. O. T. C0WD1I0Y, Hon. .Sec. BP^JEYERY MAN ' ' Has his Price! — JJUT SOME ARE— ' OHEAPEB THAN OTHE11S. -=5^=°^ T J±. 1SZ E ?^-ca^- ? AS— SSF' Absolutely the CHEAPEST STORE in Town. Special Lino of Tlousehold Calico, ?)s- I'd per doz Special Line of Unrivalled Long Cloth. 4s Dd duz Beautiiul Finish Dutch Calico, 4s 9d do/. 3G-im:h Lomrclnth, 6s 3d do/. Cheek Glass Cloth, 4#d yd. Os nabergs, (id and 8d per yd Stripe and Cheek Shirtings, Od, 0^-d, 7d, 7-(jd, Sd yd White and 'Cream Damasks from 'Is -Id 7'2-in. Cin-y Twill Sberting, 1 lylyd „ Plain ileavy Shooting, l/-ll/i yd GO-inch White Sheeting, Is yd, S0 inch do, Is -Id yd 10/'l'-iiid 11/1 lloiiuvconib Q 3s lid, -Is lid Lace Curtains, 21/* x -10, 2s lid: %Y- x 45, :te 1 1 White and Unb...

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

BERAUOUI. The Laura, after discharging; her cargo of explosives, left for Sydney 1 without, cargo. ThcMcnmer liipple fi.i.k in ulinost ii full 'cargo of sleepers tit the wharf on .Saturday, ? and left for Sydney via ports. The . I y^ V cliiitumfV .f. rr:i noT'irw»iil £ wot'f. altered a little 'on account of the holiday in Sydney on Monday of last week'. ' Nevertheless during that period we have had three steamers, in port both up and down. Lush fires have, been raging all around, and a great loss has been sustained by lloare Bros,, sleeper getlers, over UU Sleepers uemg destroyed. A great number of sleepers have been'eondenmed by the inspector for various reasons — some foi being too short, some for being too long, while others were cut aslant and showed sap bleini.-bes. The weather has been very chaii.'.'.-abiu lately. Since Sunday the days have been very hot, cloud ing up for rain each evening, but we nave not ucen iuiiuii;ue i-u.m.uii to get any so far. A good fall of rain is bad...

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

CANDELO. . The weather still continues warm and dry, with occasional spells of wind and dust, and last Friday we had an experience, on a small scale. nt* M-e^d.iMi ilficlrieJ* \ve:l( del'. l.'riilt is again wanted to freshen gra.-s and crops, the former are rapidly turning brown. The question of appointing a paid secrelary to the .School of .Arts has been postponed until next monthly meeting, when the Ac counts .sub-committee expect to pre sent their report. There is still a deal of sickness in our midst, and our medico is kept going day and night. Several cases of influenza and pneumonia are reported in town. SeniorCon a table Towey has almost recovered from his severe attack, but is not quite able to rc.-ume duly yet. nil. uiaric, irom * lcuuia, »».? in town buying horses last week and got a good di Jilt, the priics ranging from i'S 10s to .£ii(J. Mr. VV\ F. Darragli, who has been visiting this district, returned to his home at Ivy ogle last .Saturday. Humours are still current th...

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

TOWAMBA. A ladies' cricket match was played here on Saturday last be tween the ladies of Lower Towamba and Towamba. There was a large number of spectators present, and a very enjoyable day was spent. No doubt the novelty of the game — as it was expected to be played — was the attraction, for no one expected to see a 'Trumper,' though the ''Graces' ware conspicuous. Among the visitors was Mr. Morgan, editor of the Eden "Observer.'' While it is claimed that the novel features of the game attracted the great gathering of spectators, yet I ven ture to think that if the game were a little more appropriate to the fair sex, their enthusiasm would outdo that, displayed by the mere men. No doubt it is an injustice to our beautiful Australian ladies to expect them to risk their complexions in the broiling sun in order to uphold the grand old national game. The visitors gained the laurels of the day, winning by some 80 runs. For the occasion, a sumptuous dinner was supplied by Mrs. McKee, to w...

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

From Our Correspondents. WOLUA1LA. The residents of Wolumla were shocked on Monday morning to hear Hint Mr. Hauville, of Yellow Pinch, about three miles from here, had been shot dead. Nobody was present when the tragedy occurred, but at the coroners inquest a verdict of accidental death was returned. On the morning of his death, Mr. Hauville was in good spirits, and only a few minute.' | before the accident had been talk ing to his wife about some choice flowers in the garden. Those were the last words he said to her. After leaving her, Mrs. Hauville heard him return quickly to the kitchen, where a 4-1 Winchester rifle was .standing in the corner. Soon after, she heard a noise which she thought was the cork popping from a yeast bottle. When she went out she saw ber husband lying on the floor with a bullet wound in his head. The bullet had entered the head near the corner of the eye and came out at the back near the crown, com pletely smashing the. skull. It then cut a piece out of a...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. CHAPTER IX.-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 25 November 1905

THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. CHAPTER IX.— (Continued). 'I-Ioniker, how so,' sho ques tioned. 'If you marry Orcndon, not loving him, that would be pain for him, and pain, perhaps, for another who might love you, and whom you might love. Do you see, darl ing, it is a greater sin ???: to marry Don, not caring for him, for you give sorrow to three. ,; Whereas, if you only break your engagement with him, he is tho' only ?? sufferer.' 'Ah, but Henniker, by marrying Don I sacrifice only myself ; for I have no one else to care for me,' replied Miss Forrester. 'Yes, you have, Isabel. I would marry you to-morrow if you were free, and I loved you the first moment I saw you. Will you_not consider me, my darling ? - Are you going to throw your happiness away for a foolish sense of honor ? Grendon may love 3*ou — he could hardly help himself— but he cannot care for you as I do, and he is younger, and will soon get over it. Don't you love mo, Isabel^? 'You know I do,' she murmured, in the low, soft ton...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

BEGA RIFLE CLUB Tiru shooting for the November match was concluded on Saturday afternoon. The scores were not'ttp to the average owing, no doubt, to the longer ranges and variable winds. 34 members competed, in cluding some recruits, thus show ing that the club is maintaining its popularity, and rightly so, as the conditions of joining are so easy ; and the rillc practice affords a means of participating in a scien tific, pastime/as well as good, fresh, wholesome recreation for indoor men, to say notning of the great aim of the rifle club scheme — to strengthen our national defence. The following are the complete scores : — XOYKMBKU MATCH— Limit 03. '£ ~B §* ?= Xmno. £ **, -3 ?§ ? § § | ** II. J. Hereford, L'Os. 28 28 0 65 Los. Cmv.lrov, ir.3. * 2i- 25 12 «5 E. Hawkins; 10s. :!:! 24 8 (IS C. Roots, 7s. (M. 2S SI 8 (i2 H.'C. Blaxland, as. i7 21! 0 59 F. S. Uogers, 5». 25 22 12 50 II. B. llanken, Sh. !'.2 2o se 57 A. G. Hancock, 2s. Od. 2'i 2!! 10 50 G. Nugent, 2s. (id. 25 19 10 54 L....

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAIDWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

'braidwood races. I'cilowing are the results of the V.: aiilwood H.yiring Pac'o which took piano on V/tdneHtlny ni:d Thursday last, in perfect v.'v.-allici'. ' V/HDNKSIJAY. Opening !!:'isdi.:i'.p: ili-iinda ('.!:!) 1, YirluriiHnS.1-) '2: three started, 'lime I.IK. . Hack Kuco : Cvrano J, ''lonelier '2: I'ipht :1:iv(«mI. Spriiiic lluiniseiip: Belinda (7.1(1) and Piulty '.': ?.:;.? (/.ID) a duad heat. In tlie run o'l'f I 'rutty May won ensily. In this race Malice was weighted at !).r-, and Cyrano 8.5. Of the nine nominated, eight started. Welter Handicap: Amalgam (!).O) 1, Greenwell lH.7) 2. - ! raiKlstaud Handicap: Botheration (8.2; 1, Cyrano (8.12) 2; four stalled. Tiiuusn.w. Hack Knee (0 furlongs): Yenelia 1, SlinieherU: live started. Holiday Handicap (I mile): Bothera tfon (8st.) 1, Peer (11.12) 2. Of the nine nominated, live .started. In this race .Malice was weighted at !l.(i. and Cvrano H.7. Ilijihweight Handicap ((J furlongs); Cyrano I, Yictorine 2; four started. Hack l'ace (7...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Sweating The Long Paddock." To the Editor Bega BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

'Sweating The Long Pad- ? dock.' To the Editor Bega Budget. Sir. — Will you kindly allow me space in your columns to air a grie vance of carriers and persons in charge of legitimate travelling stock. It i.s not an uncommon sight when passing along the road a few miles out of town to find the road stocked with cattle belonging to adjacent farms, while at night the camping reserves are stocked with dairy herds. Should travel ling slock or carriers' horses got into these roadside paiMocks (wil fully or otherwise) tho owner, if camped in tho vicinity,- is at once branded as a grass stealer. A thief, to my understanding, is ono who takes that which does not be long lo him, and the 'cocky' who turns his stock into the road to graze is as guilty of theft as is tho traveller who from the roadway turns his stock into the 'cooky's' paddock. The grass in the pad- . dock belongs to the 'cocky,' that in tho road does not. Then to whom does it belong ? I say to the wayfarers— carriers and travell...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[By CABLE.] LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

[By Caulk. I' Loxnox, Moudav. ' .Many people at M. ruturshurg despair of a peaceful solution of the present situation and declare that there is a great climax approailiin;.'. A tienural risinjr of the army i.s feared and there is much unrest in the St. Petersburg gar rison, and insubordination is rampant in other parts of Hussia. Count Witte iHj^iiura luu iiiuilll^ .la lllu Jir.lveSl vet happened. Wide discontent and mu tiny exists in Munchm-in. The congress of peasants at Moscow has closed and a majority favors peace ful methods. The Council 'of Ministers proposes to jirunt a million and a half sterling to ameliorate the lot of the railway men. The superintendent of the Japanese medical department reports that the killed and wounded in the late war num bered 218,42!), sick 221,111(1.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

THEY SAY: . That most ladies like the weather when it's 'close and muggy.' Tlmt at 'Invcrell a Hiss 'Hacdonald applied fur uiul was granted, a block of hind under the Closer Settlement Act — the ladies always fnvorcd closer settle ment. That it might rain on the just mid unjust alike if the unjust would only return the umbrellas tlmt belong to the iust. That one half the world does not know how the other half lives — but the women are trying their best to supply information up to date. That if Grant Ilervey bo found guilty of attempting to murder lUiker he should be a 'cert.' for n seat in Purliament when lie 'conies out.' That -a social will be held at Xum btigga this' evening — visitors may bo sure of a good time. That the sale of work in St. John's Parish Hall will conclude this evening — the object is a deserving one. That the move towards protection is gaining force in England— Lord Lnns downo says the country must rely less on 'more favored nation' treatment and move on defini...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Angledale Public School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

Angledale Public School Picnic. Tin-: nnnunl picnic in connection with llio Anglcdale Public School look place on Saturday. For ?several weeks tliu work of propara tion liiid been in tlio hands of the parents mid the teacher, Miss JCcarns, and invitations were al most, general. Tlio scholars vied with their teacher in - enthusiasm and a desire to make the day a pleasant one all round. The grounds of the school provided all the essentials of a pleasure resort, and the children hud prepared trucks good enough for an import ant athletic programme. The brave old Union Jack in various sizes and degrees of brilliancy was flying as :i token of Anglcdale's loyally to King and country. JJeiieath the cool shade of a row of old pine trees, planted years ago in the first arbor day boom, the 'tables' were set out in a long line of snowy whiteness, heaped with 'what wo wove about to receive.' The J3i;i-cii-:t did not understand for some time why none favored the shade afforded by the weeping will...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

\ ? Psdirag'© j Pianos will ; stared all ; climate s. I They're so I good and I cheap ; be I sides every ; oiie carries ! ; our well- : \ Known ^ i ] guarantee, i ' Send for handsome ^illustrated Cata ) io«;tie, and don't for ; ejet ttie Price List, ?j * Post Free. ;? - .,? \ Paling's, ; - 338 George St., - Sydney. /y' ' ' . '^ i- ? ? ? /f*? ° W*% — «. i ?J ~rz% ii— ~ ij || :! /-#-\ I 'Austral' jj :i fi v;j buit M Us I f i £/'W*lK To Measure, £& tt ij It 1'P *— - - B^ I glJJW. I'1 'I f:j Tlia'''latcst wcavings in Spring mid Summer styles and weights 'i h . f.-onitlie celebrated MARUICICVILI-E MII.LS-Cloth r.s selected -'| 'ij a»d worn by Ills Kxcellency the Governor General. lrox's .' J-j fast dye Scr-jes. pure indigo. I'it, finish, mntorials nnd wear :; i{ guarautucit. \\V supply two books containing 12 i-ages of ~. M pu'.lcrus sciucU-d from our extensive stock. Catalogue, tape and ? : \f mcaiure form post free on application. ; j'i ' A1.1, Onoiiits Cakkiaoi; paid Throughou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

Now iii@ii S3©iits 1-& DON'T DELAY IN GIVING US YOURpRDER i - — For your X^as Suits. . _ _ „ Tlter© is ii@ doubt \ THAT WE MAKE THE '''? ? Best Two Gumea Suits B£F~ YOU CAN GET EITHER IN BEG A OR SYDNEY. ? ~~ ~ ???--?- ? - - - - - -^ - WE ALSO MAKE ' !! ~~~~~~ THREE GUINEA SUITS, And they arc what you PAY FOUR GUINEAS' for' -at any other Tailors.— Come to us and SAVE your GUINEA. — WE AllE MONEY SAVERS. — The Cheapest Store in Town! W. BOARDMAN, ALL CLASSES OF F TORTURE. CARPETS, — BEDDING, LINOLEUMS, STOVES, SUITES AND CHAIRS. CAN FURNISH A HOUSE THROUGHOUT, m~ FEDERAL ARCADE. Solo Agents for James Ward's PRIZE STOVES. HE WILL GIVE YOU A FIT I A BOOTMAKER. WilBSam Organ Has opened a SHOP IN GIPPS STREET (Opposite Urydon'ri Store). BOOTS and Shoca made to measure. Only the beat material used. Hand Stitching. ltopairs neatly and quiukly executed, and moderate prices charged! ? Ciivi: Him a Tiiiai.. ? The Leading Boarding House of the South Coast. Conducted by Urs. R.. HalSe$ ...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

POLITICAL. While the Estimates were lining considered in Gommitlei) Mr. ll'l- nmn urged that more i:aro be taken in the selection of poliws magis trate.-;, and that the salaries »f lhe.se ollicers bo increased so that sin immense source of injustice to 'the lower classes of the community might be removed. The Bijmckt was absolutely the, first paper to point out what would bo the pernicious cfTeols of the union label in the Trades Marks Uill-'if carried into law. And its special condemnation of this .pro vision and thu lop-siik'd 'prefer- ence to .unionists' h:is brought on the J5i:ik;kt's head the eoinlcnmii tion of a couple of c»iwtal print.-;. Of course it has been a bald con demnation, unaccompanied by any attempt at argumentative rebuttal. Reported that John llaynes and K. M. Clark, ex-niLMiilicrs of I'lirlia inent, received a couple, of hundred pounds in return f.-r i-yrvices rendered in the shapu of Fueurinj! gratuities for certain civil servants. Jlaynes is the. man who was p...

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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER IV.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE lE-A-IE^X/ST D.A.3TS. By CHARLES WHJTJ2. Ciuptkk IV. — Continued. Terms were proposed, either that the name of the consignor or the property itself should bo given lip. The shopkeeper did not hesitate a moment. He gave. up the comb rather than disclose the name of the part}' who sent it to him, probably .?nvnrc.thnt, on the disclosure of how and where he obtained it, all the other articles in his shop similarly obtained might be subjected to a compulsory surrender. The Syd ney confederates return the com pliment to their London allies by melting clown stolen silver and sending it to England. One fellow, however,' was caught from not hav ing had quick recourse to this not able expedient. Though for the 'respectability of the trade,' as he alleged, lie joined a portion of the public in offering a reward ior the discovery of an extensive robbery of plate, a. sharp constable knew his man too well to trust him. On searching his premises a plate-chest full of t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Edward George Gullen Acquitted. A GAME OF "BANKER." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

Edward George Cuilsn Acquitted. ' A GAME OF 'BANKER.' Ax the Mctropolilan Quarter Ses sions hist week, Edwuril Cleorge Cullen, George Jones, and Alfred Jlicliuril Jones, two of theui de scribed as truniway guards, and the third as a driver, were 'indicted. on a ehnrgc of conspiracy, the accusa tion being that they, on July 2(- last, conspired to cheat and de fraud Percy Gordon Twecdie and others of divers large sums of money. This ease will be read with in terest by Coburpo people, where 'Ned' Cullen was born and reared. And it is only fair that, as every one was acquainted with the grave charge which hung over his head, particulars of the trial and his lonorable acquittal should' be pub lished. Mr. Harris prosecuted for the Crown, whilst Mr. E. R. Abigail defended Cullen, and Mr. W._ A. Walker, the Jones's. All defen dants pleaded not guilty. The fraud was said to have boon committed by 'means 'of the card game known as 'banker,' the alle gation being that the game was played unfai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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As You Like It. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

As You Like It. 'J mnwt luivt? Illicrly Wlllml, ns Inrirr n dinner as Hie wlml, Tii blow mi whom I lilense.' —??As You I.Ike II.' (Art II.. *e. 7). If Mr. lleimikcr Ileaton M.l1. lie correct in what hu.sa.VH about the exodus from the United Kingdom tlien in a few years that country will have to en courage immigration instead of emigra tion. Mr. llcaton (who is in Melbourne) points out that 250,000 people leave Hnjiland it nd Ireland every year mid as the crop of babies is falling off tho Miuntry could not stand the strain for more . than a decade, or so, for there would soon he ' none of 'em left,' nml then what would our fanners do with Iheir surplus butter? The situation is desperate and demands the attention of all thoughtful and right thinking fanners. To swap freotiade ICngland for protectionist countries would mean ruin, [?'ven the P.i'iiuET admits that it is a good thing for England to he freetrade, that is, good for Australia. « ?* * The 'Bulletin' in a coarse cartoon hurles...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

A GRAND CONCERT WILL HE IIEL,D I-i TANJA. HALL, OX WEDNESDAY, 13th DECEMBER, ( At 8 p.m., (On behalf of Building Fund of Tanja Church,) ' £S?' TICKETS, Is. EACH. Central Running Grounds CAMP STREET, BEGA. Next TORCHUJjjjT HANDICAP. RACE NIGHT,. Cth DEC. Nomination Is., close 2i)th November. Full particulars on application to If. ,T. MUAKEW, Promoter and llanuicapper. QI-IUItCH - ST. TEA ROOMS. FffiRS. /. 001 E HAS OPENED a TEA.K00M in her promiseH Cln.rcb-street, Bega, and ladies can rely on getting a Hot Fragrant Cup of Tea at Mrs. Cole's ClIUHCH-STliEET, BEGA. Department of Public Works, N.S.AV., . ? District Works Olliee, Bega, 27th November. 1000: rpENDEHS ndilrotml to the ' Clerk of J. l'etly i-es»ions at Btjia, and endorsed ' Tender for l'ublie Works,' .will be re ceived until noon on Monday*, the 11th day. of December, 1(105, for -the, follow ing :— Coutract No. 20/OS-00; Bornmgui to Tilba Tillja , 21 , J!eriungui.to''Yourie i '22; Buaii District Iindgo. Repairs ; '23, liuBGu...

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