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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. Precise. — Peter : 'Where ycr goin', Bill ?' Bill : 'I ain't goin' no where. I been where I'm goin'.' During last week 90,000 sheep and lambs have been offered at the Homcbush sales, being the heaviest week's 'supply fora long time past. A brown snake measuring 5ft. long was discovered in a ca.se of Queensland pineapples last week at Melbourne. The reptile made no effort to escape and was promptly killed. ' Last week Miss Amy Castles, tho Australian singer, made a, brilliant re-appearence at tho Queen's-hall. All the newspapers publish enthusiastic notices, and es pecially refer to the beauty of the -singer's voice and her improved' style. The 'Daily News' critic says that she will be the soprano of the future if she will study a little more. Picturesque scenes have taken place at Jaipur in connection with the visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to India. The Maharajah laid his sword at the Prince's feet, paid him various other honorsj placed-a garland of flower...

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

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sviinbv, Tuesday. licsoliiliiiiis (?.niplmlKMilly protesting ajminst (lie imtioii nf this Federal Go vernment in pas.-iing the Home JJule ru Holntiiin.i were curried at a incctinj; heldattlie Melbourne Town Hull lust nielli. . .Mr. Carrutlierfl says tliat the loan es timates! for thiH year will not exceed £700.000. A heat wave was uxppricnccil inland on Sunday. At ISrewarrina 111) degrees were rejiis'tered, and al l!ourl:e, Uuiigoj;, ?itnl .Miiitliniil 10!) iiiiinlH. There has been another organised ces sation of work bv wharf laboreiH on the inter-Stale wharves, hut after a delay of three hours, during which a number --l imn-unionislH were put on, men applied for work it-nihi. Devastating bush lires have swept the country from Cudgeliro to Ynlgn (sriii. Crops and jirass were consumed and there were also largo losses of stunk. Jt is oilirially slated that thei-offee in dustry and the whole of the production of Norfolk island have been ruined by the I'Vdrra! tariff ...

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

[?] Cooniii annuals on 21st and '22nd February. Candelo Oddfellows' sports lo-day and ball at night. Playing for PaddiujUon on Satur day Trumper scored 101, Noble 0. Bonnie Blink and Caosar are said to suffering from severe colds. Mr. M. Keating i* advertising Malice and Medal Patrick for pri vate sale. The N.Z. footballers defeated Ire land by 15 points to nil, after ii magnificent struggle. Mr. ??Brew, of the Goldfiolds Hotel, Wolumla, is running a local 75vds torchlight' handicap on Wednes day. 18th Doccmbelk'' Mr. II. Meaker is fortunate in bciiiff able to retain the' services of Mr. John Underbill as starter for his torchlight handicaps. In the Hurdle Ilace at Handwick on Saturday Paragon and South Head fell, the rider,, of the latter having his collar-lxme' broken be sides being considerably bruised and shaken. Xon-acceptance and balance of entrance money for the Flying, Summer, and Time Trot Handi caps in connection with Bega Dis trict Jockey Club's summer meet ting are due t...

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 — 29 November 1905

CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, 1905 I 111 -'-a ?S »«y of Week « v- ' ' ' e a 5 5 R . . . .' ' 3 . P, FTm II M A M P.M. 1 Wednesday -I ii(i 0 22 8 iil 10 22 2 ThiiVMluy .| iVi U 21! !- HI II I' II Friday ' 4 fi-l (i 21 10 -'S a.m. 4 Saturday I ret (i »') II -'?'- 12 7 n hukdaY . 4 na (! aii i-.m. 12 no Ii Monday 4 51 (i 27 I 17 1 21) 7 Tuesday 4 fit) (i 2S 2 11 2 -1 8 Wednesday 4 411 « 211 :i ?! 2 .'(7 !) Thursday 4 IS (i SO 3 57 3 !) 10 Friday 4 47 (I 111 4 31 3 40 I 1 Saturilav 4 47 (i 111 5 44 4 US 12 suxdaY I 4ii 0 :;?-? H :is 1 -10 III .Monday 45 li ;y.\ 7 :I2 5 21 14 Tuesday 45 (1 35 8 'JC. 5 511 15 Wednesday 4 44 (i :!(- !) Ill l- 4:i ](- Thursday ' 4 44 (! :!(i 10 II 7 2!l 17 Ki-idiiy ' I 4!i (i 117 10 5S 8 111 IS Sattirllav 4 42 (1 US 11 44 11 II 1!) SUNDAY 4 42 (i 40 a.m. 10 12 20 Monday 4 41!-i 41 12 27 II 12 21 Tuesday 4 41 (i 42 1 7 i-;m. 2-.- Wednesday 4 40 (i 4'. 1 17 1 111 21! Thursday ' 4 :!!) 11 41 2 2(1 2 24 24 Friday 4 Mill 45 I! 7 :i :V1 25 Saturday 4 :?!» (I 43 :S 4(1 4...

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 — 29 November 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL, Mis. J. R. Kixus shipped 1l20' heifers al Tut lira on Saturday, for Mossvnlo. ?-» ?:i- ?:»? ?:;:? Tun sale of work in connection with St. ; John's Church, which opuiiiid yesterday, will bo continue:! to-night from' 7.30 to 10 o'clock. ? ii:- « ?::?:? Sunday v/as as hot as (he place. :i Boga clergyman is to lecture about this week. The thermometer registered 90. * .Mil. Tow.vseni) li:s-: |i»'n engaged in painting (he Bani: .1 Intel during thu past week and (lie iiont of t'.io promises now wear.- a :n!irc than unusually inviJJU*u' aiip'-nrjiiuv. ;::- ' .;;;.' ' .;;:. (in.\Nr IIi:iivi:y. who w.is charged with having shut ;:! WulU-r Baker, actor, with intent in murder him, was ciinimitied fur trial at Mel bourne on Friday. Tin-: iollo'v.'iiJgvitujjilii-a'iio'.U! for gold-mining leases' have beon ap proved : — J. Crowe and another. Gulph, 1 acre ; 11. Bremer and others, Cailgee, 1 acre. ?:;:- ?:?:? ?:?:? What the BuuVjet overheard be fore it got part in the street : Gi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES. W. Rixon reports :- [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 29 November 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. W. Iiixon reports : — A large number of buyers at tended the sale of the Inskip Estate, stock and plant at Qiuinmn. on -^londny. Bidding was brisk. The homestead block of 422^acs. fell to the bid'of Mr. J. J. Bowri at £b 10s per acre ; T-'Qt 2 Mr. P. \V. Inskip secured at £-1. ,10s per acre, which contains 184 acres 3 roods ; Lot 8, of 160 acres, went to, Mr. G. F.King, at £b per acre. Mr. D. Inskip bought an allotment in the town of Quaama at /12 15s. The milkers brought up to ^6 7s Od, springers £b os. Young stock, pigs, horses, furniture, etc.,- brought splendid prices. ?William llixon notifies. At an enrly date, nt Bemboka, by order of Mr. Jas. Brown, choice dairy herd, young cattle, plant, &c. On Thursday, 14th .December, at Burragatc, by order of Mr, T. P. Shelley, 100 head choice milkers, springers, young cattle, dairy plant, horses, &c. Also dairy farm 685# acres. On Thursday (in conjunction with Poll and Allau) 30th inst. at 10 o'clock, on ...

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

The Late 'Jack' Want. It is not often Uuil the death of a public man provokes as much notice as did the death of the late Mr. John Henry Want, M.L.C., the eminent. K.C., politician, and sportsman. And yet many greater politicians have died, for no one would ' think of ascribing to the dead man any of the qualifications of the statesman which marked the lives of Wentworth, Parkes, Dibbs, Ballance. Robertson. Hi-»«rinbo- i ? ? . ? 1 ? c3 a ? * tham and. many others whose records of services rendered to their country will stand as a . monument to their greatness, when there will be little left to denote that there ever was such a man as 'Jack' Want, that is, in a iniblic sense. He was famous more as a lawyer and a good follow than anything else, and the former brought him in shekels while the latter reputation made him a fa vorite among his peers and every other .class who helped him to spend his fat fees. Both reputa tions are of the evanescent charac ter, although it is certain the ?...

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

THE NEWSPAPER — OK — , THE SOUTH. ?.:. ',W.\..-...i .;-;:?, j ixTKK-iiiSTiacr :--'k\vs. Allraclively Written and Printed. ? o ? 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 — 29 November 1905

ADVERTISING. SIXOI.K COLUMN— First Tnrli &, ' every siieeoeding Inch in. (kl. ^ OOUIil.K COLUMN— First I1H1, os, ffl evory tiuc.uei'rting Inch -M. (ill. ~ £S~ SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Ajjdbess: CHURCH -ST., B EC! A.

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

SPORTING. Moruya Jockey Club has a credit balance of £'Al its 3d. Revenue has retired from the turf and will be .used as a hack. Moruya Jockey Club was to have drafted 'its annual programme on Monday night. The jockey is the only person who gets a bird in the hand, and when it's a 'dead bird' he keeps a good grip on it. A meeting was to -have been held at Eden on Monday night for the purpose of forming a local rille Club. The New Zealand Rugby Union will clear about £1100 as a result of the match at Edinburgh against Scotland. The Candelo Jockey Club made a loss of lGsTd, on the recent spring meeting. Receipts — ,£82 4s ; ex penditure— ^83 0s 7d. Torah, the crack 3-year-old of South Australia, is spelling. He will not be trained until it is time to prepare for the autumn meet ings. Bcrnie's racing career is ended, and he will in future tote W. F. Darragh in a buggy along the roads of the North. After that, the cream van and oblivion. The Russley marc Biddy Russell, owucd by 15. G. B...

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 — 29 November 1905

FROM THE BULLETIN. Reasoning in ii circle. — She: 'J should not object to my (laughter marrying you if I thought she had given the matter miflicicnt conside ration.' He : 'Why do you think ?(?he has:i't?' She: 'If she had she wouldn't want to marry you.' ft « « 'Synio' : Am informed by 'Mel- bourne Chatter' that the visiting wool-buyer who spreads himself out at hotel bars is 'generally a bachelor.' Was under the im pression that he merely assumed the unmarried state for travelling purposes, and was not taken seriously in that capacity except by his adoring barmaids, who don't know any better. It's an easy matter to pass for a lovesick ba chelor at a bar, anyhow. Hebe, who ought, to be the most sceptical of creatures, is as gullible in one respect as the boarding-school miss. She sees a possible husband in nearly every old bounder who talks 'pretty' to her, and is never con vinced of his marriage until his angry missis has dropped in one evening and led him away by the ear. * * * Ju...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 2 December 1905

THEY SAY: That the JIuimikt innn'fl only pair of sucks were ruined by the grass-seeds iliiriiig tliu cricket 'imituli on Wednes day. Thnt Iiogors is about the most 'cousin lent, hnlsninn of the St. John's Institute — lie is always gonu lor vutiH. That woniuii dearly like to see ii mar riage and read about a divorce. That during the hearing of Hie Dill Icy divorce ease those ladies who wouldn't think of reading the printed evidence re lating to adultery were there to hear it .* first-hand ; and Thai the daily papers, in referring to the ease, said Unit 'ladies watched the proceedings from the gallery.' That up to the 27th November the sales of Hejia's senior auctioneer totalled over £20,000 for the month. That those who have not a 'Pu'-nn- 'mu' are orphans — since lioild the Mer cer opened in l'ega there are few who have not a 'pa'-na-'nia.' That an exchange- under the heading of 'local news' published a few interest ing measurement items about the Great AVall of China ! That the res...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HEIR OF HOLLIWASTE. A SERIAL STORY. CHAPTER X.-(Contiuned.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 2 December 1905

THE 'HEIR OF HOLLiVVASTE. A SHIUAIVSTOllY. 0MAPT.EH X.— (Continued )? 'DcmioI make a npiso, Orcnilon,' .=lio said. ' Coinu in hour — Maltio i.s .Kleuping now,' Slio piuihcd oiiL'ii tho door of the Doctor's study as she spoke. V/hat Mrs. Don bridge said to her old favourite durinir her inter view that evening was not very important; but some time after wards, when Jlattie opened her eyes, they rested upon Grondon Annesly, who knelt beside her in the dim twilight. It was the first time they had met face to fare since the night Mallie had thrown her ring into the mountain at Holli waste. c: Mai tie,' whispered Grondon, 'forgive- me for coining. I could not stay away any longer; I longed so intensely to hear you say that 'I do forgive yon, Grondon — I have always done so from the first, and Isabel too. You could not help yourself, poor boy 1' she said, and the thin white fingers wandered through the brown curls as they had used to do in the happy past. 'Mattie,' he said again, putting h...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 2 December 1905

jilsffora Loiiilst!?/^ I I ship wMRmm AJ^/i : Is the only / t^^ / r ? Treble-Refined CORN FLOUR /«sj||p/ 9 \ ) madc- ' *'v ^ \ - ' ? 'V^cf^-^V '$ Wholesome, \ I Two Packets of MftlW Nutritious, and \ WM-ij?^- '---?-%» eminently suited ??. .: SHIP BRAND W0$$04 for Weak Stomachs. ^ ?i CORN-FLOUR l|j^/==— =: 1 Will P'O flc far J*- fl£\;'i'/ ISI77S& n R 1 will go as tar .^jp ug rej^|e 0\ 4. as three . . / ^^ . \ \ packets of: J J§V 0 ^Sflf^^^l lZT/^/Q©EM FLOUil! \ ~A / @§* / Is ranked by Medical authorities and « i J\ / (^^ / Food Experts as the Highest-class | j I / ^^- /CORN FLOUR in the World. It is free I \ / if'^ /from Oil, Potatoe Starch, and every form of M \ / €%& / Adulteration. p j/jlj^ilFFGRB ME & WPY, [ n f & t ^Idl Clivw 05.ACCI9 Ol LflNLiB . i : aeoa, 1 Use ,m»f' Our Our Belt l: Wjm$ pprljIiK ; FREE if you 'J^pPi^ BOOKS want M%!9&l^¥k. will tell Health K^il|iB;iS« you how and i^WUl PBiil^Wi- t0 regain stren9th- «toJcireo mm- yo'-- Na...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 2 December 1905

ALLEGED WIT AND 'HUMOUR.' Society docs not expect Hint you bo virtuous, but fiercely insists that you protend to be. ?* * ?* iUUllCl. laill LORI illU lilctlll^Mi I was the prettiest girl ho had over seen.' Jessie: 'Oh, that's no thing. Why, ho said the same thing to me' last year.' 'i know, but his tasto has improved since then, you know.' ?» » ?:?:? 'You don't give ?much heud to the admonition- 'Blessed be the peacemaker.' '2u-,' answered the nervous citizen. ''The version for these rapid times should be, ' Blessed bo the pacemaker.' ' * -S « Ethel : '-I rather like that young Doubleday. He has a good firm mouth and chin !' Myrlle : 'Good-! has he been kissing you too '!' -* -» -s Little James : 'Father, what are follies V' Father : 'Amusi-menis that we have grown tired of, my son.' X- S- £? 'Hero's a letter from a woman,' said the, answers-to-eorrespondcr.l editor, 'who' wants to know what to use in cleaning carpets.' ''ft' she is a married woman,'' suggested the | snake editor, '...

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 — 2 December 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. ~ THE lE-AJE^ILfSr DAYS. By- CHARLES WHITE.. ' Chapter IV.— Continued. As usual, many circumstances trivial in themselves are exaggcr rntcd into great important events. It seems pretty clear, .however, that some disturbances of a more M1UU UlUlJltUliJ CACllIllg UIIUIUUIUI have taken place. It is what we have long since foreseen. Se verity, as a rule, defeats it own end. No doubt an ill-organised, undisciplined bocly of prisoners may be put down by force of anhs; but it is always better to avoid coining to such extremes. Were the prisoners in iron and road gangs better fed and better worked, and more judicious incitements held out to them to reform, much benefit, we arc persuaded, would accrue to all parties concerned.' The bodies of 10 men were buried in what was then used as the com mon burial ground in Bnthurst, , and wassituated on a rise beyond the western boundary of the town. Many years afterwards the remains r\f nil + lio li/triific* t1»i»f l»ml hnnn m...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 2 December 1905

ROCKY HALL. Pining past week intense heat prevailed hero and grass has become scarce and dry. It is cloudy now and every appearance of getting an early downfall. Farmers are busy harvesting and souse of the crop- !ue very good. Mr. Kraanstuyver has a beautiful crop of wheaten hay (hi1 yield off live acres boing estimated at about 17 tons. Last year this parly saved his wheat crop and secured a large amount of grain. Ho has also a large area to reap (his season. It's a wonder more, farmers around here ile- not go in for growing wheat and save their Hour bill. The youngest son of Mr. H. Booth of Sandy Creek went under an operation at the Bega Hospital last Friday for the removal of a growth in the mouth and he is progressing favorably. A travelling troup.o (the Mc Vcohan family) gave a performance here last week and was well patronised.

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 — 2 December 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. Bishop Stanlon of Newcastle, is lying dangerously ill at Maitknd, Ho is suffering from nervous pros tration and heart trouble. '. While a clergyman was holding service in Kiama tlie moths fright ened his horse, with the result that the buggy was upset and consider ilblv fl.'imnrrnrl Dnn nf fli/i li^nnl quarries has had to coase working owing to the annoyance caused by blowilies. Mr. Seddon, in the course of a speech last Sxturday, said if the N. '/,. farmers continued to export unsalted butter, which was used by unscrupulous persons in England for adulteration purposes, enormous profits being made, ho would ask Parliament to pass an Act forbid ding its export. 'Durn these hero motor cars!' said the man with the sunburned suit, round shoulders and long beard. 'I guess I've gone a run ning up to no less'n a dozen crowds 'spectin' to sec a fight, and only found some fellow doctrin' a motor car!' The Swiss village o'f Zofingcn, ill uiu uuiliuu Ul -'lurguil, WU5 CICCOI ate...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISGELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 2 December 1905

MISCELLANEOUS Mr. S. Vickery has bought the o,rgan used in tho Masonic Hall, Collins-st., Melbourne, for use in his Mission Hall, Sydney. Tho sale price is said to be close on £1000. Henrick Ibsen, the fatuous Nor wegian poet ana uramatist, is seri ously ill. His condition is critical. A persevering man him tod through the works of novelists for the purpose of finding all the adjec tives used to qualify the word kiss. The result is as follows: — Cold, warm, icy, burning, rhilly, cool, loving, indifferent, balsamic, frag rant, blissful, passionate, aromatic, with tears bedewed, long, soft, hasty, intoxicating, dissembling, delicious, pious, tender, beguiling, hearty, distracted, frantic, freshas the-niorning, breathing fire, divine, / Satanic, glad, sad, superficial, quiet, loud, foud, heavenly, execrable, de vouring, ominous, fervent, parch ing, nervous, soulless, stupefying, slight, careless, anxious, painful, sweet, refreshing, embarrassed, shy, mute, ravishing, holy, sacred, firm...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERMAGUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 2 December 1905

B5SMA0UI. I ' Tlio .Hij'Tile on her down trip ; j picked uj) off Montya a nun buoy. ! | nine fee!, piiinuni ,vi-i:(\ She left! ! again on Satnrdr. v for Sydney. ! (taking SW sl-.vpefs. The' l.^g'a i produeo. pigs and calves. Mr. 1\ Ubrihein and family left by this ? boat for QiK-ensland.' Mr. Ub'rihein | locked very .ill. ? The KJen also i csii!«J in wiih e.:rgo on her down hvard trip to Ktlen. This n.akes | thr.--e steamers to call o;i one day. j and spc-nks v,-ell for. the amount of ; lm.-ine*s di-inc- at Bermajtii. : Anic-e fo.ur-roowed cottane is ! bring eroetKi at Esrmagui South, l-snd if there wcr.^ seven or eiaht i.jttoro linih of t.ho mjhs size liiev wonld be readily leu ' St.r.day vra-= a glorions day here. ; atk3 iMny -ii tl.e C obr.rgo 'juviple : loo): ad v.i nvsge-oi.it. to eniov a dav ;..'it tbe sca«de. Pienie partfes were i-naiiwrots,.:. floTt-xi all' -over onr . lieaniifni reserve tv.r the p;ii'.it. I ..XJee li.-i-li't ? r.-ihi fell o;i ,Mo;..lay aiigln and frcsh.-nt-...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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