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

MISCELLANEOUS If whisky is not personal pro perty, as a' -.Jirisbanc Court has dt dared, what right has a judge to fine a man for haviug a lot con cealed aboul.him. A Syd ne v doctor says people in the cities are dying off faster than ever before. But. doctor, tho.se who arc dying never died before! 'Should idiots be killed at birth?'1 asks a curious newspaper writer. Sometimes you don't find it out until they are grown up and get to asking fool questions. In a Sydney court a witness tes tified that his brother was crazy and ?had tried to. kill himself by swal lowing coat buttons. This was a hard thing to say about a brother. How did the witness know that the crazy .man had not absentmin dedly mistaken his mouth for a button hole. A few days ago the largest amount of wool ever bought by one man at one time was purchased in Sydney — -2100 bales) representing nearly £40,000 in value: Miss Marie Narelle expects to leave New York at the end of March or' the beginning of April next year ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. BURRAGATE V. CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

CRICKET./' BURaAfiATJ^V; CATHCART. The Bun-agate cricketers paid a visit to Cathcart on Saturday, but wore defeated bv 26 runs on the first innings. The latter won the toss and went to the wickets making 49. Cathcart replied with 23. The visitors were entertained by the ladies; who provided after noon tea. Following are the scores : — CATHCAKT— First Inninfts. II. 'Waid.c Umni'crdouii, b Duwgon.. 5 C. Stcwnrt, b Dnwson ? 0 I,. Stewart, b Campbell ? 1(1 . Nicholson, b Snwera . ...:... .-. . . 5 J. Stewart, b Campbell ? 0 G. Champion, b Hogg ? 4 U. McIiiiiL-iis, bSawers ? 0 D. Sullivan, run out ....... . . . . . . . . . 7 C. Solomon, « J)e Costa, b Dawson. . 3 S. Jlorton, 'bSuwcrs ...... .......... 0 C. McCov, not out.... ? . ? .':'..'?'. 0 Sundries ? 6 Total -19 Bowling nvcrngea : Snwers, 3 for 16 ; Dawson, :'5 for 9 ; Hogg,-2 for 0 ; Camp bell, 2 (or 0. BUKHAGATE. A. Campbell, b.o.w. b Stewart ...... 1 C. Timlall, c Hobinson, b Champion -1 H. De Costa, b Stewart ? 5 J. Hogg, b Champ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£2000 FOR HIS HEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

£2000 TOR HIS HEAD 'Data.s,' the in.in with thy wonderful memory, who was en gaged for twelve months, at the Palace Theatre] London^ confirms the report that lie lias sold his brain for .£2000. 'Yes,' said he to the 'Express' correspondent at Manchester, 'it is quite true. . I had intended to ue-|iieatn my neau 10 i\ings College, London, but a syndicate of brain specialists in the United States offered me a sum of £2000 down for the right of inspection after death, and as money is money, I accepted the offer, and brought the draft to England with me. ' The doctors carefully examined my head before they agreed to buy They tapped it with instruments, and tested it with X rays. They tried my memory in all sorts of ways, and at last came to the con clusion that my brain must weigh at least seventy ounces. The heaviest brain ever weighed, that of Olivier, the French naturalist, was only sixty-four ounces. ' The arrangement is that when I die the doctors shall examine my head, and that af...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KELLY GANG REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

KELLY GANG REMINISCEN CES. Recently a man named James Skellion^ nt-a-T-WrB-3 n~ -Salvation Army 'meeting, who purported' to have been connected with the Kelly gang, gave some of his experiences, probably during his 'testimony.' The publication of these reminis cences has prompted the. following letter to the ''Melbourne 'Age' of 27th ultimo : — Sir,-— Kindly allow mo space in your columns to contradict certain statements which appeared in the 'Age' on Monday last. A man purporting to be a brother of Wil liam Skellion makes certain state ments which are, to put it .mildly, erroneous in the extreme. He says that in his capacity as 'bush tele graph' for the Kelly gang he as sumed various disguises, even wear ing Kate Kelly's clothes. Further, the par says, Skellion talks freely of his escapades, and shows an old bullet wound in the fleshy part of his leg. Ho avers that from the proceeds of the Euroa district rob beries he received £3000. This .£3000 he spent, he says, in travelling thr...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

From' Our Correspondents. CANDELO. The weather for the past week has been cloudy with misty showers which will do the grass and corn crops a large amount of good, but it has retarded hay-making. The Oddfellows' 'sports and ball were not the success the commiltice anticipated, but still I believe they came out on the right side. The visit of Mr. Check to this town was a great disappointment to many. It is a great pity that travelling companies should not be made to adhere strictly to their ad vertised programme. The school of arts committee has a certain tariff for entertainments, lectures, etc., but Mr. Check considered his show a lecture,- and the committee thought otherwise, consequently Mr. Check thought fit to publicly abuse the committee from the stage of the hall. Mr. Check will, no doubt, have a warm reception on his return. Mr. E. Allen, our local chemist, divided the prize in the .weight guessing competition at the recent sports. This is the fourth compe tition in successio...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLAGOOT ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

WALLAGOOT ROWING CLu¥ A meeting of members of the Wal lagoot Rowing Club was held at the Central Hotel on Tuesday night. Present, Messrs. H. Cockerill (presi dent) II. Duncan, A. Thompson, R. Johnston, \V. J. Smith, Jas. Rixon, W. A. Smith, 'W. Boot and W. Dun win wpTptflw * . The minutes of tho previous meeting were read and confirmed. On the motion of Messrs. Thomp son and Johnston correspondence was read and received and accounts passed for payment. The rules of the Wallaga Aquatic Club were read and after some necessary amendments, Mr. H. Duncan proposed and Mr. R. John ston seconded — 'that they be adopted as the rules of the Walla goot Rowing Club. Mr. Coekerill moved and Mr. Thompson seconded that the secre tary be instructed to have 100 members' tickets printed. Carried. The committee reported having inspected the new skiffs and con sidered them highly satisfactory in every way. Mr. H. Duncan pro posed and W. J. Smith seconded — 'that the skiffs be accepted.' Carried. The se...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW WALK FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

A NEW WALK. FOR WOMEN. Now that the dailies are publishing pages for women, tlicro is a good deal of reniarkrible information go ing about -without extra charge Some concerning the 'new walk for women' is at least interesting: — 'A hew walk for women is on thi! tapis, and it seems to possess ono or two particularly weird fea tures. 'The figure is held upright,' we are told, 'at the shoulders, with the slightest' forward bend at the waist, the. head is erect, the chin in, and the legs swing 'from 'the hips.' The fact of the legs swinging from the hips is reassuring, and will do much to alleviate the anxiety of those who might imagine they wonui swing ironi me snouiuers. But in order to cultivate this walk, we are further informed, the woman of fashion must sleep face down wards, as the practice .of sleeping on tlw back or on one side is fatal to the new poise. If this custom is going to be generally followed, the usual text on the wall will have to be supplemented by' a card' cm-' bo...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

Bega's 'Great 'Natural ? B E S O U R'C E S ? CENTRE IN d ! Tell mo not of Other -'Fellers ' h r-| Whoso PRICES save you £ s. cl, ^ ? A BRYDON is the King of. Sellers, \ ^ C| None in Bega Cheap as he. i 3 Absolutely the CHEAPEST STORE in Bega. _]_F~BRYD0N is consistent all round in his PRICES— no one DEPARTMENT is DEAR and ANOTHER CHEAP. f&~ 'Customers are not at the mercy of the Seller for a Quotation — all goods marked for the Convenience ? of the Buyer. Brydon's Christmas Prices WILL _3___ GIFTS. The Federal Cash Store,, '-GIPPS STREET, BEGA.-- Wallaga Lake Aquatic Ciub. GRAND REGATTA. Boxing Day — Tuesday, December 26. PATUOX : HOX. AUSTIN CHAl'MAX, P.M.G. Phesidext : E. M. Bate, Esq., J.P., Tilba.Tilba, Vice-Phesidents : Eev. Father M'Xnmara, Cobnrgo ; H. E. Hockey, Esq., 'Wal- laga Station ; PaulBcttini, Esq., Karooma ; J. Fuller, Esq., C'uttugeo Lake ; R. Annetts, Esq., Bermagui South. ? Commodore ; Cnpt. Frampfon, Bermagui. 'Vice-Commodore : Edward Edwards, Esq., Coru...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

ROCKY HALL. The weather during the past week has been all that could be desired, and although those who have their hay crops mown would like a few sunny days all are thankful for the splendid season. All the dairymen report an increase in the cream supply, ^itj^aa^-anrxoixnced^that a com »gli^i^a^^flrP4\v^re^5j),d-b8-ten'- ?aere^S^y^|pra;^a,^pn-iWe^£. nesd'ay rxig^ irHS^in-^afio'ris'^w'ere' sent to most of the residents in' this locality. The guests rode four miles over rough road in order to be present, but when they arrived at the hotel where the banquet was to be held, they found that no arrangements had been made for the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Beare waited for some time but as none of in an appearance they left for home again. Now, as no apology 1ms been sent to the lady and gentle man nor any explanation whatever made, it looks very much like as if the whole business was. nothing less than a studied insult to two worthy people. The motiye for this I cannot understand for Mr. and ...

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 XI.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

THE HEIR OF HOIJJWASTE. A SKUIAL STOItY. CIlAPTHT't XL— (Continual) ' Jifr. Groiulo'.i! Didn't you know? Why, duar nits, the Earl was nmrriud ncarly-six months ago! 'J!)(jL'd, Ijiit you might li'avo conic fmin foreign parts you're so. dense,' said old Jlargery in a cross .lone. 'Had the old JCarl three sons then, my good woman?' asked the gentleman in an interested tone. ' Why, goodness alivu, havent I just told the man that there were only two sons?' replied Margery. 'There were three, hut Muster Cliuule died years :ii;o.(|uitu a hahy.' ' 1 thought one went 'abroad ?' intcriogiited the stranger. '? Anil, bless your licarl, so there did!' said old Margery, her voice growing angrier with the question. ' ISul In: i::une ljaeU again when lie heard of his father's death, as he was the Karl — Mr. Ileniker was ; and there ho stands before you wilh the proud-looking Countess by the side of him, as there's no one good enough for her to talk to, she is that high and mighty.' Margery's tone g...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

The Earl of Cawdorj First Lord of the Admiralty, 'announces that, rather less money is hereafter to be devoted to shipbuilding. Strategic requirements necessitate the output of four large armored ships annually, but there will be no difficulty in in creasimr -the number if necessarv. However formidable foreign ship building programmes may be on paper, the Earl -of Cawdor adds, Great Britain can always overtake them. A well-known lady in Sydney (says London 'M.A.P,') is the pos-' sess'or of a wonderful Australian jackdaw, presented to her, by Madame Melba, and named after the world-famous diva. This re markable bird is a family pet and has the run of the entire house. It has a perfect passion for music, can sing various popular airs with as tonishing accuracy, and possesses an absolutely correct ear for har monics. Should a vocalist be per forming while the bird is in the room, it will perch upon the piano, listening attentively, and . occa sionally joining in, invariably on the righ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Week's Passenger List. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

The Week's Passenger List. The following were passengers by the Eden, which arrived in Sydney on Tuesday last : — From Eden, Mrs. llankin, Miss Rankin; from Merimbula, Messrs. Munn (2) ; from Tathrn, Mrs. Robinson, Misses Boyness, Crewys, Lord, Lewis, Bell, Hardaker, Moses, Messrs. Coate, Barry, Jonas, Zingel, New man, Roycr : from Bermagui, Messrs. Twyford, Gillespic, and two n flwi utnni'ntr/i The following were passengers by the Eden, which left Sydney on Wednesday last : — For Bermagui, Messrs. Garrutt, Pride, Cochrane, Millcri, Misses AVhiffeii: (2), Coch rane, Crawford, Mrs. Crawford, Master Cochrane : for Tathra, Messrs. A. Wren, Ebsworth, Mof fitt, Misses Hnslingilen, Ebsworth ; for Merimbula, Messrs. McCabe (2), E. JB.- Yules, Mrs. Johnson; for Eden, 'Messrs. A. C. Brayne, McKenzie ; and eight in the steer age. The vessel left at 3.20 p.m. The following arc passengers per steamer Bega which left Sydney yesterday : — ForBermagui, Mr. W. Perry ; for Tathra, Masters E. Richard...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

I ship Biijuro Zjjj^/ ! j Is the only / '^^ / i] Treble-Refined CO11N FLOUR / ^Jglp / 9 '? -i .made. / dip*** / XIX s ? ' fS/__M_i ? Yffi&faf'*' Jt Wholesome, t ') Two Packets of &4$§$0W Nutritious, and I i nHIP nRAMn Wfe«» eminently suited i ^tilf .BKAND \(wfkWM for Weak Stomachs, f | CORN FLOUR \jt^Sf I | willgdasfar S#^Tr@foIe g[ i as three ?? / ^^ | | packets of _/ JSV 0 R©fifl©^| l^er/j^/QQRN FLOU5?! [ Jj\ / J&$ / *s ranked by Medical authorities and I f\ / ^^g^ / Foo(l Experts as the Highest-class i / / ?S§- /c 0RN FLOUR in the World. It is free | j / jr**i''i /from Oii, Potatoe Starch, and every form of \ \ / Cfv^ / Adulteration. |^/CLIFFORD LOYE & COMPY, P8* / 77 Clarence Street, SYDNEY. ^''- . ? ' ? '^ Oiir Belt \i\ |1| iU||l!p|'' FREE . if you '.,:?? ^J|l| Ilijipi-^ BOOKS Healtl1 ?* Ml Hi ^'PSppiL you how -Cure I ^^S^SSffi^^S' Vitality. U/E KNOW that no one remains a Weakling becauso ho want to. , Wo aro suro you want (o overcome any symptom...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

WE NEWSPAPER — OF — THE SOUTH. ulVK LEADING ARTICLES, TOPICAL VAUAGlt'APHS, INTKH-DISTIllCT NBW8. Attractively Written aud Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday.

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 — 9 December 1905

ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. Harry : 'When I asked her if she would be mine, she fell on my breast and sobbed like a child, but finally she put her arms round my'iicck and whispered that she was so happy.' ?.HnrriuU: 'Yes; that is ;wliat she told me she was going to do. She has been prac tising it'with Cousin Bert for ever « ?% -» 'Sammcrson tells me that lie courted his wife years before she would accept him.' ''Weil, lie has nothing to complain of at that. She brought him £50,000. it looks to me as if £.10,000 a year for courting a good-looking girl is big pay for a mighty easy job.' « « _» A pompous, well-dressed gentle man, whose speciality was mort gages, rose to address a meeting of the unemployed. 'Thechief cause of distress in this country,' he began, 'is a lack of 'frugality and thrift. You talk of the wolfnt the. door ; believer comes to my door.' ' I suppose he is afraid of getting skinned,' shouted an irreverent person in tho audience. *? » « Anxious Mother : '-Do you mean to...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Temperance Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

The Temperance Mission. A conference of delegates from the Hope of Candelo and Beacon of Bega Lodges (I.O.G.T.) was held at the Lyceum Hall on Tuesday night to arrange details in connection with Bro. A, Bruntnell's proposed temperance mission. Bro. Jas. Sirl occupied the chair and there were also present Bros. Hughes, Salisbury, Muir, Johnson (secty.) and Sis. E. Phillips representing the Beacon of Bega, and Bros Godfrey, Doyle, G. Lee, R. Tait, Filmer and Sister I. Maxwell (Hope of Candelo). Correspondence was read from Tilba stating that that lodge was willing to guarantee £5 towards the lecturer's expenses. Also from the. Grand Secretary stating that Bro. Bruntnell would be available from 2nd ? January, 1906, for a month's mission. After; discussion, Bros. Johnson and Godfrey moved: 'That Bro. Bruntnell be asked to commence_ his mission (to extend over three weeks) on Saturday, 6th January. Carried. It was resolved that the mission commence at Bega and extend to Candelo, Wolumla,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meaker's Torchlight Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

Meaker's Torchlight Handicap. TirK'above athletic fixture was run on Wednesday. There was a fairly large attendance, though the show ery weather during the day no doubt prevented many from a dis tance attending. About 60 runners were in the enclosure at. the ap pointed time. Mr. Jno. Underhill ;?- was the starter, and Messrs. Richards and W. Ellis acted as judges. In the fourth heat A. Ryan was awarded a three months' spell, and in the fifth heat J. Scully was notified of his retirement for 6 months. These disqualifications seemed to freshen up any runners who had a tendency to tire. Fol lowing are the heat winners: FIKST ROUND. HEATS. 1.— G. Britten . . 11 2.— R. Slmrpe .. 13 tf 3.— W. Dwyer .. \2% 4.— G. Grubb .. \2-£ 5.— H. Burton . . 10^ - 6.— O. Breen . . 13 7.— A. Weppler .. 10# 8.— L. Bnrtley .. 12 !).— B. Sheehan . . ? 13 10. — H.Howard .. 11J/ 11.— R. Higgins . . 12 12. — Jaa. Kheinberger .. 12\( 13.— H. V. Higgina . . 10# 14. — A. Cruinmer . . 10 15.— A. Jludie .. $'A SECO...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER V. THE LAST OF THE CONVICTS. "STICKING-UP" OF A JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. [?] By CHARLES WHITE. CHAPTER V. THE LAST 'OF THE CONVICTS. 'STICKING-UP' OF A JUDGE. Judge Therky in his 'Reminis- eenses' gives the following intorest ing chapter on Bushranging in the early days: — 'For several years after my ar rival in the colony the performance of circuit duty was a service of no small danger. It was positively perilous to venture a few miles from Sydney, in consequence of the daring of the bushrangers. It fell to my lot to have once passed through the exciting ordeal of an interview wiUTlhcm on the Bath urst Mountain in 1834. At a lonely spot, on my way to the Bathurst circuit, about 10 o'clock in the morning I was hailed by two men, partially hidden be hind a tree, their guns pointed at and covering the heads of myself ? and servant,' with the cry of 'Stop, s|| or I'll send -the contents of this &§g through you!' We were at once 'a$ reduced to a state of terrified sub JSJ$ mission, and did as we worn bid. ifis A few yards furt...

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

WOLUAILA. .. Weather has greatly improved since myvlast. The much needed rain has come, and the outlook for Xmas is much 'brighter. The rain commenced on Thursday of last week and continued until Friday nffprnriniv'. i ftinnn fKprt fliivu'pn'Mior has been shovrery. - ? Mr. J. Check's company ?? played i in the School of Arts here on T.iies- 1 day night to a full' house. This speaks well for Mr. Check's enter tainment, as he has played here on several occasions, while the house on Tuesday was oho of the largest he has h:id hero. The programme- was up to the .usual standard and not one item was omitted. This hitter fact and Mr. Cheek's punctuality in commencing his entertainment are both traits in his chnracler (hut arc fill It- !iiiiiri-(M!ii(-rl li\' :l Wollllllla audience. Mr. Check l-;ft for I'am buhi on Wednesdny. Mr. Len Schafur', --i Iho Railway Terminus Hotel lias been in bed for the last five or six clays, suffer ing from a severe attack of influ enza. His little daughter 'Zi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERMAGUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

BERMAGUI. Beautiful rainfall on Wednesday, and since then we have had some acceptable showers, filling the tanks and making the country fresh and green. Visitors to Bermagui can have, for a trifling cost, the use of two steam launches for deep sea fishing, also a choice of sailing boats for river or ocean use. At the Cobargo Court on Tues day our popular townsman, Mr. F. Adamsbn, jnr., was granted an auc tioneer's license. The steamer Eden, which was duo here yesterday, had to shelter in Botany Bay, and did not arrive until this morning. She could not approach the wharf because of the heavy sea, and passengers were landed by boat. The cargo was taken on south, and will be dis charged on the return trip — wea- ther permitting. The urgent ne cessity for a breakwater is demon strated every few weeks. Mr. Check gave one of his popu lar an'', instructive entertainments on the School of Arts on Wednes day night. The hall was crowded from stage to door and everyone appeared satisfied with ...

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