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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

SPORTING. ? — t Bkumagui races on Wednesday. Bega will be well represented. Nominations for Bega Cup and Town Plate closed last night. H. Truniblo made liis first ap pearance this season in Melbourne cricket on Saturday. Nominations for the principal events of the P.ambula annual meet ing closed on Wednesday night. A well-known Bega man has an application in for the secretaryship of the Kalgoorlic Racing Club ( W. A.) The gate takings at the Summer Race Meeting amounted to .£59 15s; outer gate ,£25 12s, saddling paddock £24 3s. fy uwing to tne inaDiiity ot uie xiioa Si District Cricket Association to got a ?| team to make the journey to Bega ®.; to-day, the match with Southern p Counties is off. I* At the Goulburn rnces on Satur $&? day J. Turnbull's Botheration won II the Flying and Farewell Handi 8? caps -y M. Nash's Cyrano ran second H in the Federal Handicap and third &' in the Farewell. ffi The Braidwood Club, which re m. cently affiliated with the League of m W...

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

ADVERTISING. SINGLE COLUMN— First Incli !!», every sucToecling Inch In. (kl. DOUIH.R COLUMN— First Iimli, Ha, every succeeding Inch 2s. till. tfS~SI'EC!AL-ARRANOEMCNTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Addhess : CHURCH - ST. , B E Q A.

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

— :ok:— ' . ! -mUP-TO'l)ATE MILUNERYMj* i ? flW LADIES wishing to have a GOOD RANGE of NEW SEASONABLE SHAPES and TRIMMINGS to select from should VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ? AT ONCE. ? §®P~ We only TRIM TO ORDER so there is no Waste and No Loss, and OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES WILL ENABLE YOU TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR CHRISTMAS HAT1 The Cheapest Store in Town V W. BDApDiVlAi, CARPETS, BEDDING, LINOLEUMS, STOVES, SUITES AND CHAIRS. CAN FURNISH A HOUSE THROUGHOUT, IT FEDERAL ARCADE. Sole Agen.ts for James Ward's PRIZE STOVES. he will give you a fiti a bootmaker. WiEBiam Organ Has opened a SHOP IN GIPPS STREET (Opposite Urydou's Store). BOOTS nnil Shoes made to measure. Only tlie beat material used. Hand Stitching. ? licpnirH neatly nnd quickly executed, and moderate prices charged. Give Him a TniAi,. The Leading Boarding House of the South Coast. Conducted by Mrs. H. Galley (Lato of Cnndelo). MRS. GAILEY, having had many years' experience in the above line of business, confidently asks for a shave of p...

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

Inter-District Summary. Mr. Davis, auctioneer, bookma ker and stage-maiiager, is at pre in Moruya auctioneering miscel laneous goods. The Moruya A. and P. Society has decided to have single judging in: the live stock classes. A motion to have three judges was lost. Teamsters say that there are millions of rabbits in the eastern boundary of the Pi Uiga scrub mid expert trappers are making up to £4 10s a week. Tho -Moil n ro District Tourist Association has decided to invite the Premier, Mr. Carruthers, to Cooma to formally open the tourist season. At the Kurri Knrri Police Court on Wednesday, George Woods was fined Is and 6s costs, for stealing a gallon of rain water, valued at 2d, from the tank at tho public school at Weston. The Pambula Progress committee recently asked the Department to instal an acetylene gas plant in the post office. A reply has been re ceived, stating that the Government will ' have tho honor, &c,' to light the lobby. The sale of work and Jumble Fair ho...

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

BEC1A DISTRICT VIGILANCE AS SOCIATION. Sixth Annual Meeting. THI5 SIXTH ANNUAL, MEKTING of tho above Association will be held in the Council CliamlKMH, Bega, at 7.30 o'clock on WEDNESDAY, tho 13th DKCKMBKR next. ? 'BUSINESS! (1) Consideration and adoption of An nual' Koport. (2) Election of Cillers. (3) Any other business. The Public are cordially' invited to at tond. E.I. PELL, ? . Hon. Sec. Central Running Grounds CAItP STREET, BECJA, BBT flAOE NIGHTS, JAN. 1&2. TWO HANDICAPS, £10 and £6. . Nomination Is. for each event, closo Saturday, December 2.'!, No accentaiioe, For full particulars see posters, MEAKER &, CLARKE, Proprietors, A Man who does'not -wear a PANAMA HAT is culled^ in. .the 'Trade, 'An Orphan.' .The peculiar applic ability of this did not appeal to me, until I asked my Hatter about it onu afternoon, while he was applying a reviver to my old Silk ' Tile ' (purchased 189G). Why am I 'An Orphan,', I demanded. Because, said he, as his iron gently glided o...

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

THEY SAY: That those who wish to see a Htrong and progressive committee elected should nttenil next Wednesday's annual meet ing of the Vigilance AflHocintion. - .That ill tlieJIunifiipal Council meeting on Tuesday night tho old c-umulcry was reported lo bo in a dilapidated condition ; and That one alderman wanted to know whether llie truslcL'S were alive or all in the cemetery. That tlie promoter of the Hep torch light handicaps will have public opinion witli him in bis efforts to put down dis honest running. That at tho Islington cattle show the iving shook hands with one of tho 2s\Z. f.inllinllnr.q— should tlie Maoris lose their next match suspicion will rest on 'Ned'; and That it would bo ii good thing if tho footballers were not allowed to commu nicate with the. public. That the cricketers should get permission, to remove the. long grass immediately benido the cricket pitch. That the numerous choruses included in the operetta '.lack, the Giant Killer' wero nicely balanced and ex...

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 — 9 December 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. The Bengal Canal, 900 miles in length, is the longest artificial watercourse in the world. The world annually makes and' eats 1,946,000 tons of butter and choese, Painting the Forth Bridge is no light undertaking. So vast is its structure that it takes fifty tons of of paint to give it one 'coat,' and the area dealt Avith is something like 120 acres. The United States cruiser Colorado recently scored 40 hits out of as many shots with her 6-inch guns at a range of 3500 yards. The per centage of accuracy obtained was 88. This it is declared, constitutes a record. Debtors in Siam; with three months in arrears, can be seized by the creditors and compelled to work out their indebtedness. Should a debtor run away, his father, his wife, or his children may be held in slavery until the debt is can celled. By the steamer Oruba from Bris bane this week. 3000 boxes of butter will .be shipped. The Orontes, the last of the Orient line, took 5000 boxes, making a total of over 8000....

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

Straight Giving. To Ihe Editor, Dear sir,— As a member of the Church of England, and one who believes in giving straight to 'one's church, I -was glad to road the letter in last Saturday's issue signed 'Straight Giver.' I do not wish to condemn other churches which think differently, but I can't help but bo rejoiced that the council and churehwardons of St. John's arc onco more making their appeal for church funds through the Golden Offering. With suoh glorious weather that we have been having of late their appeal should moot with great success. For myself 1 intend to increase the amount I gave last year, and I hope most of the 0. of E. folk will do the same. — Yours truly, A CHURCHMAN.

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

Bega Summer Race Meeting. The Summer races took place on Wednesday, and the meeting from a sporting point of view was to an extent marred by the heavy showers which fell during the day. The first race was advertised for 2 o'clock, and at about half past one a heavy rain storm occurred, much ' . to the disgust of spectators and ?';. horseowners alike. Previously there was general congratulation on the prospect of a good daj', the course being in tip top order, though per haps on the heavy side. The attendance was beyond anticipations, considering that the day turned out showery with its accompaningunpleasant conditions. : To the summer girl, in her light and frilly costume Wednesday was disappointing, and the dress display was perforce limited. Nevertheless the Budget hopes to see her un cloaked and ' floating ' through a dryer atmosphere at the annuals. By the way, the high-heeled shoe proved its ' advantages on Wednes ? day and lifted its wearer out oi the road and to a more high-s...

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

'Jack, the Giant Killer.' The operetta, 'Jack, the Giant Killer,' wus staged at the School of Arts on Wednesday night by the pupils of the Bega Superior Public School. All the reserved chairs were filled, and at. 7.80 the hall was packed. Nevertheless, people con tinued to crowd in right up till the time the curtain rose, apparently confident that the excellence of the show would fully compensate for the discomfort of a couple of hour's crush. At 8 o'clock the School of Arts was crowded from footlights to gallery, and those who could not get in held an overflow meeting out side and carried a resolution unani mously recommondinf? Bemi to build a Town Hall worthy of such an important centre. Every time a popular entertainment is an nounced and takes place there is abundant proof that a Town Hall is required of double tho size. When the curtain rose on Wednes day night every one seized ?' his or her programme to look up the cast, and the one blemish on the man agement was revealed — th...

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

POLITICAL. Tins Federal elections -will take place about next 'December.. Mr. Chapman will probably have a walk-over for Eden-Monaro. * * * M'Cay in the House of Repre sentatives on the union label :' Tho contention of the Labor Tarty that the union lahet would enable the public to satisfy itself that goixls wore manu factured under fair industrial conditions, was a mere jiretoncc. It would do nothing of the kind. All that the lalml would do would Ihj to unable tlie public to sue that its gooda weie iiuulu by the men belonging to n particular union. The bill would play into into the hands of the big powerful unions, part of whose objects wore political. Tim label was a lever to force men into unions against their will. -:£ -.* '* 'Dick' Seddon seems to be in' for a further term of office. He has already held the premiership for over a dozen years, and even the Opposition forecasts a majority for him at tho present election. The Bunc.KT doesn't think it a good thing for any country f...

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

IBy Cable.] London, Thursday. THE SITUATION IN RUSSIA. The situation in Russia is still critical, and the dictatorship is considered hopeless. COSSACKS JOIN MUTINGING SAPPERS. The Cossacks have joined the mutinying sappers at Kicff. GARRISON AT ST. PETERS BURG RIPE FOR MUTINY. The St. Petersburg garrison is ripe for mutiny. MUTINEERS SHOT DOWN. 250 mutineers at Kieff have linnn liprmn'nrl in nnrl shot flnwn bv the loyal regiments in a narrow lane, where they were between two fires. - GENERAL SHOT DEAD BY A WOMAN. General Sakharoff has been shot dead by a woman. HARBIN IN FLAMES. Harbin is in ilames caused by fires set bv the mutinous soldiers. DISCONTENT IN MANCIIU RIAN ARMY. The whole of tho 'Manchurian Army is soothing with discontent, ami a wholesale riot has occurred at Vladivostock. JAPAN ESE EXCLUSION BILL. Tne Exclusion Bill providing for tho exclusion of Japanese from the United States of America has been introduced in the House of Repre sentatives.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. THE LIQUOR BILL AND LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYi-xky, Friday.. THE LIQUOR BILL AND LAND '.BILL. The Assembly last night adopted the Council's amendments in the Liquor Bill, and the amendments in the Land Bill. F15D1SRAL AND STATE 1'AR ' LIAMENTS. At the instance of the Govern ment the Council passed a resolu tion expressing profound dissatis faction with the treatment ac corded the Slate by the Federal Parliament. PROROGATION OF STATE PARLIAMENT. State Parliament will be pro rogued to-morrow. CVCLONE IN BRISBANE. During a cyclonic disturbance in Brisbane yesterday, 'I21i-ts of rain wore registered in n. few hours. Enormous damage was none iu propcrtv, and houses were Hooded and unroofed.. Two children were drowned. RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS AND THE SOUTH COAST AG RICULTURAL SOCIETIES. The Railway Commissioners, in reply io a uepuuiuuu nuiu ui« South Coast, declined to make any further concessions to agricultural societies. Mr. Oliver said that the South Coast railway resulted in an annual loss of ,£34,000, and wa...

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

' I mn in the place where 1 nm iliMimmleil of uuiuck'iwc to speak the truth, ihcretore the truth 1 speak. Impugn it who so llstelli.'

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

CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER, 1905 C S - DayofWcok ^ * a f C 3 O O ?' 3 CO O ,2 I .11 [ M A M P.M. 1 Friday -i 37 0 51 !- 13 10 -15 2 Saturday 4 37 0 fil 10 12 11 27 3 SUNDAY 4 :*7 0 i-2 11 3 a.m. 4 Momlnv 4 37 (i 53 I'.M. 12 4 5 Tuesday 4 37 0 54 12 58 12 38 (i Wednesday 4 37 (I- IMS .1 61 1 11 7 Thursday 4 37 fi 6(1 2 44 1 42 8 Friday ' . 4 37 0 57 3 37 2 14 !- Saturday 4 37 0 57 4 31 2 41 10 SUNDAY 4 3H I! 58 5 20 3 24 11 Monday 4 38 0 5!- « 20 3 58. 12 Tuesday 4 38 7 0 7 14 4 ;w 13 Wednesday 4 38 7 0 8 0 5 25 14 Thursday ' 4 3!) 7 1 S 57 6 Hi 15 'riday ' 4 3D 7 2 !l 43 7 !1 1(1 Satur'day 4 3!l 7 3 10 27 8 (1 17 SUNDAY 4 30 7 3 11 8 i) 5 18 Monday 4 40 7 4 11 47 10 7 11) Tuesday 4 40 7 R a.m. 11 8 20 Wednesday 4 40 7 (1 12 211 p.m. 21 Thursday 4 40 7 (1 I 4 11/ 22 Friday ' 4 41 7 7 1 43 2 22 23 Saturday 4 41 7 7 2 25 3 20 24 SUNDAY 4 42 7 8 3 11 4 30 25 Monday 4 43 7 8 4 2 5 12 2(1 Tuesday 4 44 7 8 4 5(1 (1 45 27 'Wednesday 4 44 7 8 5 54 7 43 28 Thursday ' 4 45 7 !) 0 So 8 34 2!) Friday...

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

New Zealand Footballers, The 'Daily Mirror' is told by a ''Maorilander' some of the .reasons why the Now Zealand rugby foot ballers have had such a run of suc cess in England. One is Mr. Dun can's being coach to the team. He represents the braius of the show. 'Out in New Zealand they believe that Mr. Duncan can win matches just by looking on. He is the brain iest footballer that ever donned a jersey 'A football match to him is like a problem in chess. He stands in the enclosure, and studies every move of the opposing side. Then he shifts a pawn, makes an opening for one of the second row pieces, and the result is usually a try. 'The members of the team, of whom so many handsome things have been said by our cousins here, have rightly been described as modest. But I fear they lay aside their mo desty when they begin to talk about Mr. Duncan. Napoleon's marshals may have spoken of Napoleon in such terms, for they were very loyal men. ' . ? 'Up to the present Mr Duncan has not had to ex...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
As You Like it. "I must have liberty Withal, as large a charter as the wind, To blow on whom I please." —"As You Like it." (Act II., sc. 7). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 9 December 1905

As You Like It ?? 1 must have liberty Withal, us Inriie il i-linrter us the wind, . To blow on whom I iiltwr.' — ' As You Like It.' (Act II., sc. 7). The German Ambassador in England declares that an overwhelming majority of people in Great Britain and Germany desires mutual pence ami harmony. The Budget is pleased to hear all this, at the same time these repeated assurances (lint this or that nation doesn't wish to slit its neighbour's weasand, would make it appear that the normal temper of the nations ia to fly at each other's throats— the curse of militarism. # * * Lapses of memory, or what is termed 'absence of mind' sometimes produces peculiar and ludicrous situations. We have all heard of the man who turned the house upside down because he had lost his spectacles when ^ie had only shunted the article over his forehead. But it remained for a Bega man to put up a record in the 'absence of mind' phenomena. He was returning from town and 'felt that lie had forgotten something, but...

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

HABITUAL CRIMINALS Rkcently there came into practical operation ono of the most advanced measures of , reform legislation standing to the credit of this State. This is the Act providing for the '.detention and control of habitual -criminals.' which was put in force for the first time by Judge Rogers in the case of an offender with a prison record of just on 30 years. When a man has lived by crime for such a period as that, -only ceasing his depredations upon society dur ing the intervals that he spends in gaol, there is only one of two con clusions to be arrived at. He is either a degenerate afflicted with an incurable natural propensity to evil, or a man whose life has be come so tainted by tho prison and its associations as to render it im possible for him to again hold up his lftad amongst honest people. Being therefore no longer able to compete in the battle of life upon equal terms, he is forced into ir regular courses to gain the liveli hood which he has put it out of his powe...

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

Our Industries. Pukse.vt indications point to a turn in the adverse climatic conditions ?which, more or loss, have hung over this State for several years, and, as far as human prescience will allow us to peep into the future, we have apparently entered upon an era of prosperity, be it long or short. Throughout New South Wales and ?Victoria: generous rains have fallen, and these are being followed by showery condi tions which should have the effect of forcing vegetation to an extra ordinary extent, for it must bo remembered that disastrous as the successive years of drought have been to the settler, the land itself has not suffered, but, on the con trary the spell has given it a chance to recuperate and regain its par tially lost fertility. It is reason able then to predict an immense production in what are called our primary industries. The wool industry, for instance, has in creased wonderfully and the rail way authorities report that the present year will 'be 'responsible for the ...

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

MUNICIPAL. Tun monthly meeting of the Council was hold on Tuesday night. Pre sent : The Mayor (Aid. Jns, Rixon in the chair), G. E. Brooks, A. Buck, W. Manning, 11. Underbill, E. I. Poll, W. Boardman, and the After the minutes of the previous meeting. had been red, the follow ing reports were tabled : — KlNANCK CoMMITTKuV ItKPORT. Your committee lecoinniendcd the j-ay- ment of the following nccouiita : Winjua. as pershcet ? £12 7 _ 0 ],. Attrill, N.I', account.... .. 14 12 ' 0 Do Orderly work .... 5 111 8 AW ,T. Kllis, Hillary, etc.. . ... . (S 15 10 L. F. Urown, blacksmith's n/u 0 15 0 'Win. Hurt, labor ? 10 0 ]'. Manning, materials ? 1 4 0 L. V. Harrison, timber ...... 213 i) Lands Oflicfc, rent of saleyards 4 0 0 X4!) 5 3 Gas Works Account. J. L. Scolea, wujsca . . ........ £10 10 8 A. F. Hogcrs, do ............ G 10 0 W. Johnson/do ? 4 (! 8 Do labor .......... 1 1 0 AV. Cos, cartage ? 0 2 0 I. nnd S. C: 8. N. Co., freight 3 15 0 Win. Wild, lamps .......... 5 12 0 R. C. Swan and ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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