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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

Central Running Grounds CARP STKEET, BKQA. Next TORCHLJGHT HANDICAP. RACE NIGHT, 6th DEC. Jsominatioii Is., close 2flth November. Full particulars' on application to ii. j. mka'k'er,' ? Promoter' nniV Hariaienpper. B''liGX DI8TJUCT -'VIGILANCE AS ' ' SOOIATION. Sixth Annual Meeting. The SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING of the above Association will bo held in tlie (school of Arts Ulausi'rooni, Bol'h. nt'7,30 o'clock on THUltlBriAY, Uuf'nh *-E- 3K-V«EK Jiejtt. ? ' BUSINESS : (1) Consideration and adoption of An 1 nuiil Report. ? (2) Election of Officero. .- (3) -Any other business.' Tl-p Public are cordially invited to at? tend. E. I. PELL, lion, See. A G II A N D C 6 N C E 11 T wiu, iii; iu:r.i- in TAN.) A HALL, ON WKDXKSHAY, HJrii DECEMBKH, At a p.m., (On behalf of Iiiiilding l'midof Tanja Church,) iJlgr TICKHTS, Is. .HA'CII. Q H U R C II O F E N G L A N D DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, —BEGA— gjST' Under the auspices of Church of Kng. Doa. ln«t., Sydney. SUlMSRIOIt EDUCATION* for BOAR DEUSiuid JUYl'L...

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 — 6 December 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. R. W. Henderson reports having sold for the, month of November, privately, farm of 220 acres, to gether with stock and plant, for Mr. II. Benyon at a satisfactory price ; 1-lGth share in Rily Gold mining Syndicate. For various owners, 120 heifers, 29 springers, 40 fat sheep, G draught colts and fillies. William Rixon notifies. On Thursday, 14th December, at Burragate, by order of Mr, T. P. Shelley, 100 head choico milkers, springers, young cattle, dairy plant, horses, &c. Also dairy farm 685 ^j! acres. On Saturday, 16th December, on the Bega racecourse farm, under instructions from Mr. D. Keys, 50 choice dairy cows, 1 shorthorn bull, 35 young cattle, 2 farm horses, 1 colt, 2 yearlings, dairy utensils, farm implements, also household furniture, G acres oats, 10 shares in the Bega Creamery, 1}{ acres potatoes, 2 saddles. On Monday, 18th December, by order of Mrs.' Bartloy, on her farm near Bega, 55 choice cows, 45 choice grade Jersey heifers (2j4 to 3 yrs), 2...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Pastoral Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

A Pastoral Letter. The following is an extract from the ' Pastoral Letter, recently is sued to the Church by tho Arch bishops and Bishops of the Com monwealth on matters affecting the well-being of the people :— THE DECLINING BIRTH ; RATE. AVc have left until the last a subject which we are unanimous in believing to be of critical impor tance to 'the* national life. We discern with the deepest anxiety the social, moral, and spiritual peril which is involved in the facts connected with the birthrate in Australia. Conscious of our high responsibility before God as tho shepherds of souls, and conscious of the responsibility we incur in a public and united utterance, we beseech the attention of our people to this vital question. We recognise with great thank fulness the clear utterance, founded upon weighty evidence, of the Royal Commission on this subject in New South Wales. We urge all who are concerned to give the Com mission's report their most serious attention, aut lor the many wh...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

POLITICAL. ? Jlr. Gardiner, M.Ij.A., objects to gaol chaplains being paid, and says that clergymen should do the work without fee or reward. Now, Mr. Gardiner 'represents a ''lass (Unionists) which don't believe in doing- 'nothing for nothing,' but always exacts the 'maximum of nay 'for the minimum of work. i'/irsons Imvo to Jive ami pay their way and very often on a very slender salary. Anyhow, liardiner should lie the last man to advocate the sweating of any class. ?* ?:.* « Mr. Scddon says that tin- revenue of New Zealand last year lost .£10,000 by evasion of the graduated land tax. ' If Mr. Seddon be cor rect, then lie should know who arc the delinquents, and lie should lo.se no lime in .making them pay up. It would be interesting to know liow much revenue N.S.YV. loses every year through leakages in tin1 land and income taxes. One or two prosecutions for knowingly ren dering false returns would have a salutorv effect. ' » -S:- * ]-v the Marmora last week 1)5,000 sovereigns were...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

CRICKET Ax interesting match was arranged for last Saturday, a team of veterans meeting _an eleven repre senting the St. John's Institute. Unfortunately for the game rain set in almost immediately after the veterans had completed their inn nings for 124. The Institute had one wicket down for 28 when rain fell heavily and the match was abandoned. Following are the scores and bowling analysis: — v jlj±e*i\aaq — ist innings. Richards, retired .. 30 Bingemann, not out . . 16 Cunningham, c F. Bateinan, b' P. Bateman . . 26 Hawkins, b P. Bateman . . 25 Will] is, b F. Bateman . . 0 Martin, b Cruickshank . . 7 Abel, b Cruickshank . . 3 Jeffrey, run out . . 0 Richardson, b Richardson . . 14 Byes .. 3 Total ..124 Bowling — Richardson 1 for 12, Rey nolds 0 for 27, P. Hateman 2 for Sii, Cruickshank 2 for 20, F. Bute man 1 for 14, FentonO for 4. ST. JOHN'S INSTITUTE— 1st Innings. Richardson, not out .. 22 Bateman, b Wallis ..0 Revnolds, not out 4 Byes ..2 Total .. 28 Bowling— Richards 0 for 13, ...

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 — 6 December 1905

As You Like It. ?? I must Inivi' lllMTly Wllhul. us InriH1 » I'hnrt.T us tlio u in.l, ?I'ii lilnw on whom I iili-iw.' -'As You Like II.' (.U-l II.. H'.-V). Tliiwu people who suuVr from the 'yellow jumps' will hi! relieved to know Unit in Victoria lli« Chinese population has fallen from 70,0011 to 7000 during the lust 10 years. It would seem thai the Chinnitinu is move anxious to pot away from Australia than oomu to it. This country is lu-inu made unbearalilo, cvon for tli« heathen I'liinoo or any one else who will work if lie can only gel it to do. * S # John Tom l.ane, the bunk clerk who was recently arrested for embezzling large sums of money from the Commer cial ISiiuk, Gunning, has made a full con fession in which it is. made plain that betting on horseraeing was the cause of his downfall. Lane sets out in order what horses he backed and the book makers with whom he did business. And it is noteworthy that in each in stance the bookmaker was well adver tised in the papers, anil t...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SMALL DEBTS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

NEW SMALL DEBTS ACT. A measure of considerable impor tance to bus-.ness people and their customers became law on Septem ber 28th. It is entitled the Small Debts Recovery Act. In future small debts cases will be on the same footing with regard to what are known as default summons as they are in the District Court. This means that where, after receipt of a default summons or ' after leave to proceed has been ob tained, the defendant does not within so many days file notice of defence in proper form, tho Regis trar himself may enter up a ver dict for the amount and costs, and make an order for the payment as a whole or by instalments, without bringing the matter on in Court. The jurisdiction of the Court has been extended to .£50, though this extended jurisdiction is to be exer cised only by stipendiary or police magistrates at only proclaimed places. The jurisdiction of tho Court (formerly three years) is extended to six years. Judgment can be entered on confession or agreement betwee...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. A BIG REVENUE CONTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Syhxicv, Tuesday. A I'AO IJEVKNUK CONT1UIJU Tf.ONT. The estate of. Ihc. late II. VC. Whili-, Havilah, K.S.W.,. has been valued for probate purposes at ,£2!m,l33, contributing ,C2!),(il3 to revenue. DICATII OF UTSIIOP STANTON. The Right Rev. Dr. Stanton, ISi.shop of ?Newcastle, died last night. [Some yi-ars ago Bishop Slanton visited' the South Coast and delivered addresses* in the dif ferent centres.] U'UOIiKSALB INSTRUCTION OF R A HI! ITS. On a si a tion near ISrewarrina. S-1,000 rabbits were killed by fenc ing in two tanks. ' DROWNING FATALITY. Ernest Lake and George Ellis were drowned near Wellington (N.Z.). Ellis sacrificed hits life in mi attempt to rescue bis com panion. INCREASED WHARFAGE RATES. Increased wharfage; rates have been foreshadowed by the Sydney Harbor Trust. N.Z. GENERAL ELECTIONS. The New Zealand general elec tions take place to-morrow. It is generally admitted that the Go vernment's fate is not in doubt. THE THREE COHENS. The trial of Moses Co...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

Piarao^will ; stand all ? climates. ! Tliey'rc so .g'ood and ; clhe&p ; be- \ I sides every \ \ or^e carries \ our w e 1 1 - | Known ^ guarantee. Send for handsome illustrated Cata- lou'ue, and don't for got the Price List, Post Free. PaImg'*Sp 338 George St , Sydney. mui, l. ? ^'«*nim immur tii — irid -^_TEA ROOMS,^ CARP STREET, BEGA. EBF~ TEA AT ALL IIOUUS. ? ? I QHURCH-ST. TEA KOOMH. MRS. I COLE HAS OI'K.VEI) a TKA IIOOM in her premises Church-street, Bcga, and ladies can rely on gutting a Hot Fragrant Cup of Tea at Mrs. Co!j'3 CilUKCH ST11KKT, J5KOA. | p$jjt?\ 'Austral' \ WI Sac / hl/V, otm A J/ I 7l'i '!% To Measure, $*£ s s J '? I I1 'f?^ Fr°m' ' ' ^ The latest wcavings in Spring and Slimmer styles and weights : fromthe celebrated MARRICKVILLE MILLS— Cloth as selected and worn by His Excellency the Governor General, l'ox's : fast dye Serges, pure indigo. Fit, finish, materials and wear ; guaranteed. We supply two books containing 12 pages of ' patterns selected from ou...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER, 1905 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER, 1905 S. 2 2 « J2 ?3 Day of Week 3 aj ^ * C 3 S 3 I S3 M £ I r 75 Ii'Ti am r.M. 1 Kiiday I 117 tl 51 !) i:l 10 -I') 2 Salurilnv I :i' (i hi 10 11! 11 L'7 :i sunda'y .i :i7 n M n s a.m. ?I Moniluy. I I!7 (! Jilt p.m. I- -I f) Tuesday I I!7 (1 fi-l 1- .r-8 I-1 !18 (I Wednesday I 117 (! fiii I IS I 1 11 7 Thursday ' I !!7 (I fill -' II 1 I S Friday -1 :i7 (i .17 !l .'17 -' M !l Siitiirilny I I!' li .ri7 I III -' -II in siixdaV :is i- bs » -'i- :t s-i I 1 Miiiidnv i :ts li mi is at :s ns 12 Tuesday I US 7 0 7 1-1-1 «» l:t Wednesday I IIS 7 0 S (I B »'i II | Thursday ' -I '.!- 7 1 S .17 till! loM-'ridnv ' :l!l 7 2 !1 lit 7 !- Ili'Snliinliiy I :«» 7 .' 10 27 8 li 17!«undaV i :«i 7 :s li s « fi IslMonduy I 10 7 I ill 17 10 7 III l'licmluy 1 -II) 7 ft a.m. 1 S 20 Wednesday I -111 7 (- 12 2li r.M. 21 Thursday ' I 10 7 li 1 -1 1 17 22 1-Yidiiy ' I 1 1 1 7 7 1 4:1 2 22 2:i Saturday -I -11 17 7 2 2.1 ;i 21- 21 SUNDAY I 12 7 S IS 11 -1 :ili ?-'.'i Mnndiiv -I II! 7 S -1 2 f-...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL; Tin-: llov. S. O. Goodchild, of Co bargo, will exchange with the llev. Canon Martin on Sunday next. « «? - '?:?:? At the usual monthly meeting of the I.O.F. .Court,. Uega, -(!0S5, Dr. Dryilon Stead was (dculed court physician. ? \ ?'?$* Mil D. HijA.nuiikicm) has pur chased Mr. 15. A. Tarlinlon's store keeping business at Quaama. Mr. ltlanchlield is well known and popular and should do well. » ??? *- ?:;:? Mil. CuoMii . and some of the ladies of his company, will assist at St. John's Xnias services. Mr. Cronic is a first class organist, and he has consented to have the Xmas i-hinics rung injhe church at the close of the service. * * -S '1 in-: BunciicT. .acknowledges, the receipt of an invitation to be present at the annual entertainment and distribution of prizes to bu held in the School of Arts on Thursday, i-itn nisi-, in connection wim me Jhureh of .England lX^ieoness High School. « -s -:s Mh. Austin Chaii.ii an, M.H.I!., I'ostmaster-Gcneral, will represent ihe...

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 — 6 December 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE lE-A-IR/LY ZD-A-TTS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chapter IV. — Continued. ' Mr. Harris, -author of that re markable book (now very' difficult to obtain) 'Settlers and Convicts,' narrates some of the troubles through which he and other free immigrants had to pass in those un settled times. He says: — 'About three miles beyond Wind sor, towards Sydney, we came to a group of constables, all armed and gathered round a young man, who evidently, by his English dress, had not been long in the colony. This of course they could see as well as I could, and as there was not the slightest indication in any other point of his being a bush ranger, there was in fairness and common sense no ground for sup posing him anything else but a free emigrant. They, however, insisted that, as he hatl 'no protection,' they would take him into custody to be sent to Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, the head office, 'for iden tification.' It was in vain that he remonstrated; their resolution re main...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

Telephone Exchange. Tim important matter of telephone communication lias always engaged the earnest attention of Mr. Austin Chapman, M.H.K., Postmaster ticneral, and although his con tinuous? efforts have met with sub stantial success, still there are scores of places in New South which should be taking advantage of the progressive and up-to-date telephone system but are not doing so. Cooma has established an exchange and has now a day and night service. And so pleased are the subscribers and the general public with the time-saving and expeditious telephone that they would never think of reverting to the old, cumbrous and time-wasting methods of communication. . ? . * * « And when the Budget read the list of places in this State which have adopted the system, it seems really surprising that Bega has not long ago made a move to have a telephone exchange established in the town. Under the old regula tions fifteen subscribers at least were required to establish an ex change in any cent...

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 — 6 December 1905

FROM THE BULLETIN. 'A.D.': I'm not one of the 'good men and true' who helped the Hov. Fierce Carey to spy on Wren's tote, but all the Siiiiie*'this is a fiict. Was discussing the possi bilities of the Cup with my butcher on the eve of the race, when a little girl, carrying something wrapped in newspaper, entered the shop. 'Yes, miss?' said- Bones. J he little girl shoved her parcel into his hands. 'Please, Mr. Bones,'' she said, 'this is the meat I got here this morning, and niuvver says will you give me back the money because she wants to put it on a 'dead bird.' ' Bones fainted dead away, and in the excitement I vainly tried to induce the little girl to tell me the name of her muvver's 'dead bird.' Nothing to work on. — ' Wot's up with porn Harry ? lie's cvyin1 like a child.' 'Well, yer see, he thinks his. mind's failin'. He's drunk two bottles o' whisky and ain't seen a snake yet.' «? * *- 'Drifter': Witnessed an almost incredible happening at the Clyde River (N.S.W.) last summer...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

ADVERTISING. SIN:;i,K co:.ll\ix— k- t liieh .')-', every mi ii'i'ding Im-h Is. I'd. DOUUI.K COLiTMX— Piriit Inch, w. ? lively miu.'uoi! -iy li:i !i '2s. (id. g^-SI-'ECiAL ARRANGEMENTS POr STANDING ADV cR flSCiViEiNTS. ADDiussa: CHURCH- ST., B E Q A. THE NEWSPAPER — OF — T?!E SOUTH. Attractively Written and Printed. ? o ? Euery Wednesday and Saturday.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 December 1905

j EC' ORDERS for our Famous SUITS to SVIEASURE ?«Mt ' ? ': TWO GUINEAS & THREE GUINEAS — MUST BE GIVEN BY — THURSDAY NEXT, 8th DECEMBER, FOR DELIVERY BEFORE XMAS. H©si Fia§f Cash, Emporium, The Cheapest Store in Town! W. BOARDMAN, . tihiie: fubistisheb. ALL CLASSES OF FURNITURE, CARPETS, — BEDDING, LINOLEUMS, STOVES, SUITES AND CHAIRS. CAN FURNISH A HOUSE THROUGHOUT, HT- FEDERAL ARCADE. Solo Agents for James Ward's PRIZE STOVES. HE WILL GIVE YOU A FIT'l A BOOTMAKER. William ©pgssn - Has opened iv SHOP IN GIPPS STREET ? (Oppositu Drydou's Store). BOOTS and Shoes made to measure. Only the beat miitcriiil used. Hand Stitching. lli-pairs neatly ami quickly executed, mill moderate prices charged. ? Give Him a Tiiiai.. ? Ths Leading Boarding House of the South Coast. Conducted by UrSa fL IS&iSew (Late of Cimdelo). fl/fUS. OAILEY, having had many ivJL years' ex perieua! in ihu above line ;)f hus-mess, conlidently asks fur a sharo uf pliblie miitruir.ino. This table at thin'...

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 — 6 December 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. Dr. Armstrong, City Health O Ilicer, stales that of -100 samples of milk recently analysed, only 2 per cent, were found to be adulterated. The Wharf Laborer's Union has abandoned the rule for lining a member .£1 for working on a holi day. Hear hear; blest -.if this won't be a free country directly, Teacher: 'What is the staple industry of Australia?' Boy : ' Horse-racing.' Teacher : ' I didn't say 'stable industry.' but 'staple industry.'' Boy: 'I don't see no difference !' The fund for the amelioration of the condition of sufferers through lack of employment in great Britain, initiated by Queen Alex andria with a donation of ,£2000, has reached ,£100, 000. Madame Adclina Patti often declines to speak on a day when she is engaged to sing during the evening ; sho regards this as absolutely necessary for the pre servation of her beautiful voice. The Japanese & per cent loan of ,£?25,000,000, issued in Europe and America at £90 for tho conversion of internal loan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

CHURCH SERVICES ])IVISE SERVICE wHl be 2cia^?iii«lor :- st- n0in'«.S1-™!;,Il0|!?riEv,-!rs' SllI1-!'-v ' » a.m. mid i.oOp.in. Holy Communion on 1st Sunday ai 11 n.m. mm Srrt Sunday al 8 a.m. CAN0X MARTIN. B.A., Rector. KAMKltUKA. r,t.mSb'n ni'(u'c)Sl''dily '' Advcl'-1 TainawaiicloiliMii.' ' Cnndclo 1.30 p.m. ... , , December l'ih. Uoliinilalla.m. In.c.) Ka°me?Dta ^\,}h'M'^ *'**.) Bmbotalu.ifSSy111'1- Tnumu-iiniilii :i p.m. Ciiudelo7.iMp.nl. C'andelo'Stt.m.W001'1'''25'1-' Kniiii'tsiU ii n.m. (ii.c.) Cai.|U;lo (Carol Servl™ In School ot Arts at 6 December .list. Taniau'aiiEio 11 a.m. (n.c.) lia'ii Jmk,' s' '?lnL'l''llro''^ s'vice.) (Njiv Wi ^.^''loln.'l.lO P.m. (II.C.) C'1'\m.m^lhinv|l'''V^M1''1'-m' Entertain '?lil' Iron! ^''a!i Ce 'Or Suild.ny Scll0--! Dweinber (Moonlight Services.) ? **? W1I..KIXSOX,' ActiiiK-Rector. Jf ASS will be cclubraiiHl i'is under:— '^i'n^Sliln,'''1'1111'----'^. ?I. J. GU.NWIXG. AUSTRALIAN MKTHODIST CHURCH gKUVlCES will bo eomlucicd as umler :- , Sunday, Decem...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIVE STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. E. I. Pell reports selling at the yards on Tuesday : — Store pigs 13/0 to 18/3, store cows to -15/, fat cows £m!t5 to ^0/17/. ' W. Rixon reports selling on Tues day : — Fat pigs '27/0 to 33 /9, stores 16/- to 20/, slips II- to 12/; fat bullocks ,£8/5/- to'^'J/10/', stores cows ,£1/5/ to £2/10/6, springers ^5/10/, fat heifers .£5/2/0/ ; horses j£6/15/. Also the buttermilk for the Bega . Factory for one year to Mr. 11. Underbill for .£105, being £10 less than last year. William Rixou notifies. On Tuesday, 12th December, at the Bega saleyards, 150 prime sheep, 20 pigs, 17 fat bullocks, 21 fat cows 20 choice cows in full milk removed to yard for convenience of buyers, 30 young cattle. *-» mi .. _. 1 . . -i 111. T\ ? 1 ? i un mursuay, xim i-zecemuer, ai Burragate, by order of Mr. T. P. Shelley, 100 head choice milkers, springers, young cattle, dairy plant, horses, &c. Also dairy farm 685# acres. On Saturday, IGth December, on the Bega racecourse farm, under inst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

I Gowing Bros. * | |r ? ' ==t] I 0&h 'Austral' fil i c * J r/ I rii '% ii ?% ~^° Measure, be ? ? § I -\\ ff% From- - - 1 \JI The latest wenvings in Spring and Summer styles and weights from the celebrated MARRICKVILLE HILLS— Cloth as selected and worn by His Excellency the Governor General. Fox's fast dye Serges, pure indigo. Fit, finish, materials and wear — guaranteed. We supply two bookB containing iss pages of patterns selected from our extensive stock. Catalogue, tape and measure form post free on application. Aw, Orders Carriagb Paid Throughout Australia. Established 1868. ^ . — — — — . I LOOK AT THIS l^z- To the Country People of New South Wales. Compare these Prices with any other Storekeeper. SUGAR. — Qurensi,a.vi-, White a.«. snow, K!/:! per 7011). bag; Companies I.C. or No. 1, 701b. bag, 13/0 ;? I. A. or l.W .'Crystal, 13/U 701b. bag; No. 3 or Light Hrown, 12/ti 701b. bag. FLOUK.— Lily of the Vau.kv, 11 splendid Baker's Flour, in 501b. bags, 8/6 )m.t lOOlbs; B«n.N...

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