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Pambula District Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACE MEETING, (December 26 and 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
Pambula District Jockey Club. AXXUAL KACE MEETING, (l)jcember 20 and 27.) Fom.owi.vo is a complete list of the nominations and weights for thu Pambula annual race meeting : — Pamuoi.iV Cup — 1J4 mile. Go Soon ? 1) 7 Corra Lynn 7 12 Lord Huberts i) 0 Yuuniberra . 7 12 Previous.. ..81! Wuudro.se.. 710 Kulllnn .... 8 3 .Pretty May . 7 10 Cyrano.... ...8 2 I!elinda.... 7 '.'? Atlantean . . 8 2 Jingera ? (i 10 Town Platk— 1 mile 1)1 yards. Go Soon : .. i) 8 ' Wciixlrose . . 7 1] Caesar ? 8 f- Pretty May 7 11 Human ? 8 4 Belinda.... 7 -1 Previous ? 8 1 Lady Tliea Cyrano ? 8 S piuu ? A I) Corra Lynn.. 7 1.1 Kacket . . . . (i 7 Oi-kning Handicap. Bonnie Blink 0 J) Belinda ? 0 7 Malice ? (I f- Xarriga.... (! !) Cyrano ? H 10 Hajiid ltiver li 7 Iluretta .... 8 7 Ludy Thes PrettyMay.. 7 12 piim ? 0 0 Tiiiai. Handicap. Madeline.... !) 5 /.etwell . . . . 8 3 Happy ? 9 o Clarabelle ..83 Woluinln.... 8 10 Packet .... 8 0 Clumsy .... S 5 Zur ? ' 0 Time Handicap Tbot. aeca. belrnu. Toronto ? 21 Kath...
ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. Society covers a multitude of sins. What is homo without another? Many are called, but fow got up. A little widow is a dangerous thing. « * «- Some are born widows, sonic achieve widowhood, whilst others have widows thrust upon them. * ?:;:? ?:!- The open-work stocking And peek-a-boo waist, So says tho mosquito, Show excellent 'ty.ste.' & & ft Young Man: 'Oh, dear; I didn't know it was so late; I must ho going now.' She (stilling a yawn) : ?'Belter late than never, Air. Horciii.' «- «? «- Little Bugglosby: 'I may bo poor, A.riss Scornhiigh, but there was a time when I rode in my carriage.' Miss Scornlei^h: 'Yes, and your mother pushed it!' ?£- «? % 'This n little Into for you to bo out, isn't it, Pock? Arai'l you afraid your wife will miss you?' Mr. X. Pock: 'I1 hope she will. She. can. throw things pretty .straight, though.' K * * Ho: Do you remember the night I asked you to marry me?' She: 'Yes, dear.' He: 'For a whole hour we sat there, and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
I^THE OLD DITTY! ' 11 ings on hor lingers, And bolls on her In us.; Sho shall have niusio Whcrovor sho goes. THE NEW VERSION!. With a dross from Jirydon's, And his Shoes on her toes, .She will have comfort Wherever sho goes. ? i^T BUY JTttOlv£ AND ENSURE S^*' NOT ONLY COMFORT, but Elegance, Grace, Beauty, and Oh ! Such Magnificent Values. Ladies' Two-bar Leather Shoe.-', 3/3 ] Ladies' Black Lace and Button , Shoos, 8/11 Ladies' Chrome Oxford Vatent Toe Shoes, J/6 Ladies' Patent Too, double-sole laco shoes, 5/9 I Ladies' Columbia, patent toe, pump sole Shoes, -C/il | ladies' Derby Shoo, broad lilting S/fl Ladies' Fancv strap pump solo Shoes, S/l 1 Ladies' Columbia Glace Kid AVolted Shoes, 10/(5 Ladies' American Needle-loo Button Shoes, 11/0 Ladies' l'Vduia Glove Kid Shoes, 8/11 Black Taffotta and Canvas Voiles, 1/1}*, 1,4^ and 19 Black, White/Cream, Blue and Pink Nuns Veiling, from 1/-, 1/3, 1/4 }£ Dark Prints, spot and Horn I, 5d, 7d, and Tj-Sd per yard Fancy Figured Muslins, 4'/-A....
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
CRICKET. Ox Wednesday teams representing the. bankers and St. John's In stitute respectively, played a match on the Bega ground, the former winning easily on the first innings. Following are the scores: St. John's Institute. A Lawson, lb\v, b ltankcu . . !) Hcrgenhan, run out . . 0 Henderson, lbw, b Kankeu . . 8 Hogers, b Wnllis . . 1 E La\viion,run out . . !' Brown, b Fraser . . 1) Beht, b ItevuoliU .. ? 1 Hiehimls, b' Kiiuken .',10 Phillips, b lleynolds . . 1 Kitelue, b Reynolds . . 0 Green, not out . . 0 Byes ..2 Total .. 50 BANDERS. Reynolds, b Hendereon . . 22 Crmckskank, b Henderson . . 2 Fraser, b Henderson .. 5 Bingcmann, b Henderson .. 4 Ranken, retired . . 30 Wallis, b Phillips . . 3 Hancock, retired . . 31 A7 oss, not out . . 17 Daly, not out . . IS Ritchie, ran out . . f- Sundries . . 13 Total 145
Coastal Farmers' Co-operative Society, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
Coastal Farmers' Co-operative Society, Ltd. A large and thoroughly 'represen- tative attendance was present at the half-yearly meeting oi share holders of the Coastal Farmers' Co-operative Society, Ltd., held in the School of Arts on Tuesday af ternoon. Mr. W. D. Warden, of Milton (chairman of the Society) presided, and Mr. Meares (mana ger) addressed the meeting. Mr. D. Gilpin was present as secretary. Messrs. Warden and Meares, who made the trip along the coast in a motor car visited nearly all the co-operative factories in the Bega and Candelo districts. Mr. Warden, in opening the meeting, said that it was a plea sure to him to visit Bega and meet so many of the dairymen of the district. They were holding the meeting here in pursuance of the policy of the Company, which was to hold the half-yearly meetings in different dairying centres. They had held one at Lismore, one at Nowra, and now they were to hold this meeting at Bega. They had visited the different co-operative factories...
Crusade Against Slang. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
Crusade Against Slang, The American newspapers, led by the 'Xew York Herald,' arc carry ing on a vigorous crusade against slang. 'In the drawing room,' say the ''Herald,' 'in the club room, in the cafe, a looseness of speech is fast becoming tolerated among people of. education and refinement, which, if it bo not speedily checked, will result in the creation olan American language that will be a hideous burlesque of the English which was spoken by our predecessors, and which still remains in vogue in the educated circles of Great Britain.' On this a London paper writes : 'We fear oven the 'educated circles' of this country are not quite so immacu late as readers of this.article-might imagine. ,It is .the modern dislike to stilted and .formal speech that leads even well educated people to drift into slang, nnd consequently all sorts of people, from Cabinet Ministers to 'Varsity men and public schoolboys- and girls— have just now only one adjective with i which to describe everything ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
Tho name of Stanbury, tho champion oarsman of the world, appears in tho list of passengers lo Bormagui yesterday. Stanbury will compete'in the grand sculls at Wallaga Lake regatta on Boxing Daw lror the two-year-old race al Bega there are seven Seneschals nominated, three Retfords and three Woodlarks, while Hero's Luck and Jolly Hampton also have a representative. A .number of owners from outside centres iavo a vounu' un poino-. On Monday, November Gth, the daughter ami heiress of the great jockey 'Fred Archer attained her 21st year, and became heiress to Z'120,000 besides a large quantity o!' jewellery and plate. ? The young lady was born un tho clay Archer won -tno Liverpool Cup on the Duchess of Montrosc's mare Tlie bais. When he read the telegram annonncing.thebirth of his daugh ler just after howpighedin Archer exclaimed, 'What ' a splendid double.' His joy . -\vas shortlived, the little girl being left motherless 1 1\ few. hours. '. .
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
ODDS AND ENDS. Parliament has been prorogued until January 23. This will bo a much-neuded rest — for the public. In the twelve months during which the Union-Castle liner Scot lias been lyingidle off Netley, thirty live tons of barnacles and mussels accumulated on her hull. As a result of a memorial on the subject forwarded to the Prime Minister and the local government board by tho recent conference of women workers at .Birmingham, it is now considered highly probabl e that women members will be in cluded in the Royal Commission on the working of the Poor Laws. The celebration in London last month by the British and Foreign Bible Society of the completion of its centenary fund was a .marked success. The sum of a quarter of a million guineas was asked for, and this has been fully subscribed. The occasion was unique, because of th e cordial greeting which were received from many reigning sovereigns. Messages were read from King Jiidwaru, from the Kaiser, the Kings of Denmark and Swede...
THE PASSENGER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
THE PASSENGER LIST. Passengers from Sydney by steamer Bcga yesterday : — For Bermagui, Mrs. Prestly, Master Prestly, Misses Kelly, Bailey, Gannon, Mesdaines Wall, Russell, Hawthorne, Itice, Messrs. Wall -Xieholls (2), Itussell, Stanbury, Bailey, Barry, Gowing, Gillespic, Master M'Lood ; for Tathra, ; Misses) L. Degenhardt (2), ui'.-iiiRTiiuaii, iuossrs. -Harris, Wea tlifi-head (2), H. V. Campbell, Nicholl (2), Glen, W. Wilson, C. Wren, Barlow, OlifT, Williams, Vi addy, O'Brit;n, Tindcll, Masters -Manion and Tier, Mosdamos Glenn, Siihuback, Barlow, Harris. Madden, Williams Ashby, Misses Schuback, Brown, Lewis, Blair Cashion, Tin gey, Tippett, Bingomann, Milne, Pini, Mrs. Monk, Master Barber, Sister .Dorothea; Mr. Pirrl ; for Merimbula, Misses Hunt, C. Colo, Blair, Savage, M'Donald, M. Colo, Me:-sr.3. Caholl, W. Creal, Maroncy, C'.ik'jI, Snow, Smith, Chappie ; for ?lilik'ii, Captain Millard, Miss Mil la rd, Mr. I-Iuiso.. The Bega loft at 11.20 a.m.
Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
Inter-Districf Summary. ? At Bungendore on Monday an eighteen months old child fell head first into a boiler of soapsuds and was drowned. It is reported that Mr. E. Jamic son's property 'The Alpines,' Beni boka, has been rented at 7s per aero. Mr. Terry Buekelt, pupil teacher at the Pamoula public school has qualified for a half-scholarship, and goes to Sydney training school after, the holidays. The plain and fancy dress juve nile Cinderella dance held in con nection with St. Joseph's Convent at Candelo on Friday of last week netted about ^13 10s. After a lengthy stay on the Dar ling Downs, Queensland, Mr. T. Keys has returned to his old homo at South Wolumla, bringing his family with him. Mr. R. Kirkpatrick, stock in spector, estimates that tho number of poison-carts '. operating in the Warialda Pastures Protection Board district is 100. James White, who sustained ter rible injuries by coming in con tact with an electric wire at Fre-~ mantle, 'is in a precarious condi tion. Both a...
Pastures and Stock Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
Pastures and Stock Pro tection Board. Tiir monthly meeting of tho Board of Directors was hold at the oflico on . Tuesday morning. Present: Messrs. G. P. Kerrison (chairman) T. j: Kelly, D. TarJinton, W. Has lingdon, T. Cochrane, and Mr. C. K. Hudson (inspector of stock) and John Underbill (secretary.) The secretary read the press copy of the business notice as issued, and the minutes of the previous moot ing, the latter being confirmed. Tho secretary read press copies of all outward correspondence since last. meeting,' which tho mooting endorsed. IXWAUD COnilKSI'OXDEN'CE. Pastures Boards Council of Ad vice staling that tho 'Government had approved of preliminary ex periments being made on an island with a. view of introducing a contagions' disease amongst rabbits for their extermination, provided that the cost of such is borne by the stockowncrs of the State. Department of Lands requesting that 3 per cent of the- Board's revenue bo paid to the Department forthwith. Narrabri P.P. Boa...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
spor™g. General entries for the Uuga Annual Uaces to-ilny. A race inuuling will take place at Kocky Hall on Kith January. In the match N.S.W. v. South Australia Diamond made 1G-1 and then retired. Playing against South Australia, Giirnsey (N.S.W.) took six wickets for -JS runs in S. Australia's second innings. Central Tilba defeated Bermagui in 'the final match of the first round of fixtures of the Tilba Cricket Association. Hardy made 126 for the winners. - Bowling for N.S.W. in the match against Queensland Hordern (who visited Bcga at the beginning of the season) took 8 wickets for 60 runs. The English Football Association has decided not to send a team to Australia. It is understood that the question of a guarantee is the chief difficulty. The hithwto invincible New Zealand, footballers have at last met their 'Waterloo.' On Satur day Wales defeated the Maoris by 3 to nil, amid the wildest excite ment. Prior to this match the Now Zealanders had won 27 con secutive matches and scor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
i —THEN BUY YOUR— '- . — FROM- : 7 ! EED FLAG CASH EMPORIUM. OUR FAfo/SOUS LOW PRICES ARE MONEY SAVERS. The Cheapest Store in Town! W. BOARDMAN, ALL CLASSES OF FURNITURE, carpets' ' ; bedding, - i- . linoleums,' '-'' STOVES, SUITES AND CHAIRS. CAN FURNISH A HOUSE THROUGHOUT, ?*' FEDERAL ARCADE. Sole Agents for James Ward's PRIZE STOVES. HE WILL GIVE YOU A FIT 1 1 A BOOTMAKER. | William Urgasi Has opened a ; SHOP IN till' PS STREET : (Opposite Biyilon's Store). BOOTS nnd Shoes inado to measuru. Only the best material used. Hand Stitching. Repairs neatly anil cjulckly executed, ami moderate prices chained' ? Givb Him a Tuiai,. ? The Leading Boarding House of the South Coast. Conducted by Mrs. iln iifiii©^ (Late of Cmulolo). MRS. GAII/ICY, linvin-r had many years' experience in the above linn of business, confidently asks for a share of public pratronat'o. 'I he table at this Up- to- Onto Boarding Establishment will be under Sirs. Uailey's personal supervision, and board ers mid other ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
CHURCH SERVICES nmiiuMi oV Kxon.vNn. T)IVINE SKRVIOK will be litslil 11s miller:— St. Jnlin'a Church. Ik'gn— Kvory Snmlay nt 11 n.m. anil 7.:-n p.m. Holy Communion on 1st Suuday nt 11 ii.m. nml :lnl Sunihiy at 8 a.m. CANON MAltTIN, B.A., KiHitor. KA.MKRUKA. DlMfllllivr 17lli: Di'KCinlicr'JItli. Ilcmlinknl1ii.ni. (11.V.) Taiitnu'uiiKlo:l p.m. CnuilL'lo7.:»|i.m. Ximis Iliiy (Dcrumbcr Mill.) (Mndolo 8 11.111. (hx.) KHmcriikn 11 n.m. (ii.c.) CuiuU-lo (Cnnil Si'rvlre III Kuiuiol of Arts nt 8 ''?''' nm-mlivr Slst. ' TntilnwniiKlo II 11.111. (11.1M (M111I0I0 :l p.m. (UliiiartMi'x SitvIcc.) K:im,'ru:;.i s ii.mi. (Xuw Vcur's KviO Cniiilvlo 11.10 p.m. (II.C.) .P. WILKINSON, ActlllK-Ku ? r. CA'nini.ic. J.£ASS will be cvlebrniol us miilcr:— Hfgn every Sunilny nt 0 iinil 11 a.m., and Devo tions ut 1.1'U p.m. J. J. UUNNISG. AUSTRALIAN MKTHODIST CHURCH. gERVICKS will be coudnetud ns under:—' BegB, every Sunday nt 11 and 7.:!0. Communion Service on the llrst Sundav after 11 a.m. ser vice. Sabbath S...
[By CABLE.] LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
[By Cable. I London, Thursday. A general railway strike com menced in Russia on Thursday. The employees of 22 railways noti ficdjhat they would participate in tho strike. Tho Workmen's Coun cil appealed to the troops and workmen to rise and establish a democratic republic. Count Witte threatens to hang any revolutionary in St. Petersburg ho found circulating an appeal among the army. Tho authorities assort that there are sullicient military engine dri vers to prevent a total suspension of tho railway tra Hie. The. revolutionaries in tho Baltic provinces number one hundred thousand and the majority are well armed and in possession of stores and fortresses. The rebels at Tukkum have be gun plundering and massacreing. When tho military reinforcements arrived and bombarded the town. G00 peaceful' inhabitants were slaughtered and S00 woundml. Six hundred workmen have seized the Koriskiu factory at Yaraslav and declared it public property. Two regiments of infantry al Nickalaici mutinied ...
BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY-CLUB'S ANNUAL RACES. 1st and 2nd January, 19O6. FINAL. ACCEPTANCES CUP AND TOWN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY - CLUB'S ANNUAL RACES 1st and 2nd January, 100R. FINAL ACCEPTANCES CUP AND TOWN PLATE. l'oi.t.owiNrs is a list of the acceptances for liega Cup and Town Plate : Bkoa Oui1 of 110 sovs, 1# mile. st lb J. Mcl.ellan'3 eh in Bonnie Blink Oyrs, !) 7 A. J. Stewart's br h Go Soon, 4 yrs, '.) 7 J. Coffey'a brh Previous, 4yrs, H :i 1). Dunsmoro's rn h Kullian, ((yrs, 8 ,'i A. G. DeLaurot's eh g Cyrano, a 8 2 AV. Nibburd's br g Atlantean, a, 8 2 P. II. Southern's ch g Corra Lynn, Oyrs, 7 12 A. Davis' cli h Yeuniberra, Oyrs, 7 12 II. Underbill's ch g Jingera, a, (S 10 .7. Coffoy'sch g Medallist, Oyrs, (j 7 A. Ilukins' b 111 Racket, oyrs, (- 7 Towx Pi.ATRof Tosovs, 1 mile, 110yds. st lb J. Mcl.ennan's ch m Bonnie Wink, liviu 0 R A. J. Stewart's br h Go Soon, ?lyrs !) 8 S. Clarke'u br g Caesar, 4yrs, 8 6 D. Dunsmoro's rn h Huflinn, (iyrs, 8 4 ,.T. Coffey's br h Previous, 4yrs, 8 4 A. G. DeLauret's ch g Cyrano, a, 8 8 AV. Hiblmrd's brg Atlantean, a, 8 3 A. Davis' ch h Yetinibe...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Fridav. Potatoes £7 to ,£8, turkey bens Gs to 7s Gd, gobblers 12s to ISs, gcoso 5s lo 0s 3d, lions 2s to 2s SKI,' young roosters 4s to 5s a pair. Oaten hay £4, butter choice lltlj prime dyid to 10-^d, pastry 9d to yjifd, eggs south lid to 12d, maize 4s od to. 4s 5d. The Governor-General's speech at the prorogation of the Federal Parliament expressed the hope that tho Federal Capital question would bo settled during the life of the present Parliament. The Railway Administration Commission has.issuod an interim report which says that the inquiry discloses no ground for imputing corruption. The Commission will furnish a fuller report upon the coal contracts at the end of January. Deakin says that at the next Federal election as far as the pre sent 'Ministry is concerned the is sues will be fought out in defence of Australian interests of producers and consumers and tho workers generally. The programme will be protection in all its aspects. Workmen engaged by ....
CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905
CANDELO. Tin-: only noticeable indication that Christmas is coming is .the recent warm weather, otherwise this town is unusually quiet for this time of the year. The highest reading of the glass this week was 92 at 9 o'clock on Tuesday 'morn ing. The Cinderella dance in aid of the local convent took place in Friday night and was a decided success, about 60 couples being present. There is a great deal of specula tion in town as to who will be appointed secretary to the local A. H. and D. F. Association. Several names are mentioned as having good chances. The local race club met on Mon day and decided to hold their annual race meeting on tho usual day, January 10th, and although that date clashes with Bomboka, the' committee decided that it could not be avoided. '.' From what I can gather it seems that tho Bemboka secretary wired to Candelo at 5 o'clock on Saturday re the date of annual meeting, but the wire was not received until after 8 o'clock and it was then impossible to reply un...