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From Our Correspondent. ROCKY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

From Our Correspondent. ROCKY HALL. A son of Mr. David Farrell had a narrow escape from a serious acci dent. Tlio lad, in company with others, was .returning from school, driving in a sulky, and by some means he fell out of tho trap. For 24 hours he was unconscious, but he is now progressing satisfactorily towards convalescence. We are losing our mail coach driver Mr. John Tier. ' Jack ' will be missed as he was a cour teous and obliging driver. I un derstand that he has gone Moruya way, where ho and Mr. S. Averell have secured a mail co'ilract. After a long spell of dull showery weather we are having warm days — just the thing for those farmers who aie getting in their hay. Hay makers and corn (shippers are badly wanted here, and we are not troubled with the unemployed dillioulty. Mr. W. Warden (chairman) and Mr. Meares manager of the Coastal Farmers Co-operative Co. arrived here on Monday travelling by motorcar. A meeting of farmers was hold and matters affecting the dairying inte...

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 — 23 December 1905

As You Like It. 'J iniiM linvi' Illjprly Wltlnil, ns lnruo il clnirli-r »- I he wlml, To blow on whom I pleiiff-.' — ' As Von Llfiu II.' (Act II., (-C. 7). That the habit of kissing pro hibits greatness as a flute player is the reason given by Miss Forest Anderson, a young American flautist, for not indulging in oscula tion. She says the muscles of the mouth of a flautist are delicate and sensitive to a degree. Her doctor told her to choose whether sho would bo a flirt or a flautist, and she chose lo be a flautist. Miss Anderson should at onco join tho Zionitcs and emigrate.. lo Zion City, where stern decree forbids kissing. There she could prosecute her studies without the constant dread of a long, clinging kiss, such as is described by novelists, shattering both her prospects and her nerves. £- *? * At Nuinbiifiga last week a young fellow was engaged in ploughing, and.coming lo the end of a furrow he placed his pipo on a post while ho did another round. A laughing jackass swooped ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

POLITICAL ' I may be sanguine, but if tho people will, at the next elections, join with mo in a fiscal truce, in order to settle once and for all the question of the predominance of the Labor Party, I will agree to fight the issue on the linos we have indicated. I believe that we can get an absolute majority over both Mr. Deakin and tho Labor Party.' — Ci. II. Reid. » * -:je The Budget frankly admits that'll cannot understand the action of the Federal Government in bring ing in another Seat of Government Bill. About a year or so ago the Parliament decided on Dalgety as the site for the Federal Capital, and inserted Diilgety'in tho blank in tho Bill. One would think that that finished the business, and all mat. was required to be done was to acquire the necessary territory, peg out the site, and put up the Parliament buildings. Now they are going ovtfr the same ground and Parliament is at work picking another site, or,' maybe, Dalgoty will bo chosen once more. Where's tlie finality ?...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES. Auctioneer's Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. Auctioneer's Reports. W. C. Allan and Co. report hav ing, sold on Tuesday :— Store cows ?i'is, poddies 21s Cd lo 35s, slips 12s to 12s 9d. Also, privately, fat cows lo £6 5s, .iiul GO store bullocks at £5 2s. E. I. Pel 1 reports having sold at the Bega vaals last Tuesday : Pi^, slips, Ms to lGs Gd ; lambs to 12s Gil ; fat cows ,£?! 10s to £G lO.s, springers £-i l«s Gd to £o 17s Gd, 18-monlhs-old heifers to £i 15s, .j-yesir-okl stucrs to £-1 2s Gd. Successful Clearance Sale. — Mr. Win. Rixon reports tho sale of Mrs. jjamcy-s cian-y noai, on Monday, on the farm, Candelo Road. Milkers brought up to £7 2s Gil, sprin-'crs up to £'J 10s, 2#-vears-old heifers to £.'&, lS-monlhs-iild to S.-1 lupins lGs 6d. ' = \v. l.ixnn reports selling on liiosdny last :— Stc-ru pigs lirf (;,| to 23s, slips \h io 10.j 3d, fats to £i 10s 3d, porkers to 2:i-- f.,i bullocks £7 to £!) ;;.*, fat vow't /?}- 15s to £i5, working bullnaks £o i\- ?store cows £i to £2 Us, forward conditioned...

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 — 23 December 1905

LOCAL AND GENERAL; Tho penny . postcard rate has been extended to Ceylon from the beginning of the year. ?' *':;:??': * & Q.v Thursday Mr. Gould, public school teacher, of Verona received intelligence of '.the death of his mother in' Sydney. * *? * Mastku Clivj-: Vnss who has just returned from Barker College, Jlornsby, passed the examination of the Institute of Bankers, and is now eligible for a position in any one of the banks in New South Wales. * * ?» Mr. ''A might Bim'Ntei.i., lecturer to the N.S.W. Toinprrnnco Al liance, has just returned from Now Zealand, whore he has been con ducting teetotal missions. Mr. Bruntncll commences a three weeks tour of the South at Bcga on January Gth. .» ????.'? «? «:? M. 'and1 J. O'Reii.i.v, auctioneers, Cobargo, held a highly successful sale of Mr. J. T. Whyinan's dairy herd at Twyford's yards on Thurs day. Milkers averaged £5 5s, forward conditioned tiwb £'?) 11s (id, eighteen months' old heifers ,£2 poddies 15s. * . S ?:?:? Mh. Moiio...

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 — 23 December 1905

CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER, 1905 S a » 1 °? S .S '3 B t ?S Doy'oIWcek « ™ * ™ i- C 3 5 O I £ M £ s I M II M AM P.M. 1 Friday 4 37 0 51 0 13 10 45 '2 Saturday 1 87 0 51 10 12 11 27 3 SUNDAY 4 37 0 52 11 8 a.m. 4 Monday : 4 37 0 D3 'p.m. 12 '1 5 Tuesday 4 37 (S 54 12 58 12 .'S8 0 Wednesday 4 37 (I 55 1 51 111 7 Tliuriiday 4 117 0 5(1 2 44 1 42 8 Friday 4 87 f- 57 3 37 2 14 !) Sntmtlnv 4 37 (i 57 4 31 2 41 10 SUNDAY 4 .'!8 (i 58 5 20 3 24 11 Monday 4 38 0 5!) 6 20 3 58 12 Tuesday 4 38 7 0 7 14 4 30 13 Wednesday 4 38 7 0 8 0 5 23 14 Thursday 4 39 7 1 8 57 fl l(i 15 Friday 4 30 7 2!) 43 7 !l ](! Sutimlnv 1 80 7 3 10 27 8 0 17 SUNDAY 4 30 7 3 11 8 0 5 18 Monday 4 40 7 4 11 47 10 7 10 Tuesday 4 40 7 5 a.m. 11 8 20 Wednesday 4 40 7 0 12 20 p.m. 21 Thursday 1 40 7 0 1 4 1 17 22 Friday I 41 7 7 1 43 2 22 23 Saturday 1 41 7 7 2 25 3 2!) 24 SUNDAY 4 42 7 8 3 11 4 3(i 25 Monday 4 43 7 8 4 2 5 42 2« Tuesday 4 44 7 8 4 50 0 45 27 Wednesday 4 44 7 8 5 51 7 43 28 Thursday ' 4 45 7 0 (i 55 8 114 20 Fridav...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

'I am In Hid pln«c wliirn 1 inn ilvmiinilcil of uimscicnco In spviik the Inilh, therefore- the truth I spcHk. impugn it who so listeth.'

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Employees' Rights to Profits. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

Employes' Rights io Profits. ?Tub question, of the jieht of a workii.'.-m io share in Ihc profits made by his master was, raised during the recent hearing of the dispute between the Sydney Coal lumpers' Union and the Steam Coiil-owners and Coal-carriers' As sociation. It was discussed, and determined by the President of the Court, Judge Heydon,in the course of his judgment. 'Certain circum stances in the case make it advis able, I think,'! said his Honor, 'that I should stale again my po sition on this question of profits. It is the duly of this Court to give effect to the intention of the Legis lature, 'so far as such intention can be ascertained. Now, though it appears clear that the prosperous or unprosperous condition of an industry is one of the matters to be considered by the Court in decid ing disputes, because it would - evi dently bo one of the matters con sidered by the parlies themselves, I can see nothing whatever in the Act to show that the men have any right to share p...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Goodwill to Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

Goodwill to Men. All tho papers are belching out tho same old Christmas platitudes which, have done service for cen turies, and the spirit of hypocrisy is more rampant in the land than usual. The God-given message 'Peace on earth, goodwill to men' sounded by the heavenly hosts at the birth of the Saviour of the world has no significance as ban died about, misunderstood and cor rupted by the parrot cries of city prints and; their dumb-driven fol lowers of the country. These tell us that Christmas is a time when good-fellowship prevails all round, and the animosities and hatreds incidental to our domestic and commercial environments are lost in a (low oi goodwill, which, in some occult way, transforms tho 'crook' into an honest man and makes the mortal enemies of to-day fall on each others' neck on Christ mas Day. And the hypocritical units of society help along the sham 'goodwill' by hearty hand shakes and greetings which are often about as genuine as the stereotype kiss of two girl ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHIRES BILL. ITS CHIEF FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

THE SHIRES BILL ITS CHIEF FEATURES. Tun provisions of the Shires bill will come into force any time within the next six months. Under them the Government has power by pro ? cltunation to divide the whole of the State, exclusive of : those portions already incorporated info lihires. Under the new Act, the Governor . is empowered to make orders for the provisional government of shires on their being constituted. Li the exercise of this power, he may appoint a temporary council of five members, whoso duties it will be In, within six months from the date of their appointment, have prepared the electorate rolls, and malic all necessary arrangements for the election of the first council. The Governor is also invested with authority to provide for the con tinuance of the present adminis tration of roads, bridges, ferries, and other public works and services by the Department of Public Works pending the taking over of their ad ministration by the council. The bill provides for additions to ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

Co-operation. The half-yearly mooting of .share holders of thu Coastal Farmers' Co operative Society was held at the School of Arts on Tuesday, 'even- ing. Apart from the formal busi ness transacted, Mr. Men res (the Societ\r's manatrer) pave an ex haustive address on the company's transactions' and! 'plans for the future, which must have proved highly interesting and instructive to the farmers present.. Mr. Meares ?is the company's manager, and the Budget compliments the share holders and .shippers on having such a capable and devoted man to direct the large and increasing transactions of their business. And if the producers will,' in the main, only follow the lead of Mr. Meares in what that gentleman proposes for the future expansion of the co-operative principle, this paper has no hesitation in saying that in so doing they will be best studying their own interests. He showed how at present the pro prietary agents (who arc frequently speculators as well) who export charge two comm...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Murdered by Blacks. NINE MEN TOMAHAWKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

Murdered by Blacks, NINE MEN TOMAHAWKED. A rktokt arrived at Port Darwin from tho Brock's Creek police on Sunday night giving the details. of a terrible tragedy. These arc con tained in a letter dated Bradshaw's Station, Dnc. 9Ui, and written by J. C. Williams, cook on the craft which was the scene of the tragedy. Ho writes: 'The oil launch Bol worra left this station at 2.15 p.m. on November 12, having on board F. Bradshaw, Jerry Skcah.ui, Dan nock, Ivan Eggcroff, and four na tives, one of whom was named Bobby. This lastnamcd native turned up here at 4 p.m. .on De cember S, and reported a terrible massacre, in which all on the launch except himself wore killed. He states that the engine on the launch gave considerable trouble by breaking down, and a pipe burst, and that many days passed before the launch got clear of the river. Having heard that some of the Government boring party at Cape Keats were camped between Fit/.maurice River and Cape Ford, Bradshaw anchored off this camp an...

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 — 23 December 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. At a mooting in Melbourne of thp Central Council of Employers of Australia, the situalionj. which has arisen consequent upbiithe/pnssiigc of tho Trade Marks ^ill was con sidered, and it was resolved to strongly recommend the federation of employers',. 'kindred associations, and all outside employers to refrain from utilising the union label, now called the workers' trade: mark, in respect to afKxingthe same to their goods, pending a test case being placed before the High Court, as to whether the label \vas. a trademark or not. The council asks that a defence fund be raised for the pur pose of testing such action. The Sydney City Council has de cided to purchase a tar-paving plant and adopt the day-labor sys tem as soon as possible in regard to tar-paving in the city. Jsp one could reasonably object to this proposal if it were urged as an ex periment in ,i place where day labor had not had a trial. But' N.S.W. had a fair chance to see how the system worked under the re...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

WEDDING. The following is taken from tho North Queensland 'Register' : — St. Thomas' Church of England, Hughenden. was filled to overflow ing at noon on Thursday last by a fashionable assemblage to witness the marriage ceremony performed by His Lordship tho Right Reve rend Dr. G. H,. Frodsh.im, Angli can prelate of North Queensland, whereby Mr. Fredorick . George White, son of Mr. II. C. White and Mrs. White, of Havilah, Now South Wales, and Miss Beatrice Ivy Voss, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Voss, of Wengalec and Pen rice, were joined together in the bonds of holy matrimony. The bride entered' the church on the arm of her father, by whom she was sivon away, and was supported by her sister, Miss Olive Vops, as bridesmaid. The Rev. W. II. Williams, Bishop's Chaplain, as sisted His Lordship in the service, and Mr. E. J. McCheanc, manager of the Bank of Austraaslia, acted as best man. The bride looked very bountiful -in orenm .Duchess satin, the skirt being quite plain, oxcep...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

THEY SAY: That Urn C.ilhei'.rt ,luel;ey Club has en gage I a mail t.j 'churn' .1 gnvimphnne to the ji.iliuns of tliu gruiul^taml 011 Boxing IMy— surely tin; Club doesn't expect the tiling to prove a draw. That the JtiiixiiiT devil was 'ronl nnrkcil' when lie discovered that his nanm.wafl not incliuli'd in tin* lmli'h (if of new magistrates. That the State Attorney-General has ill hand a bill which aims at the abo lition of gambling. That some of the Buikiet's correspon dents must have gone away for the Xmas holidays. That male bathers at Tathra are brazen enough to strip in full view of ladies and others »n the hcaeh and plunge into the surf clothed only in their impudent indecency; and That bathers who practically take itesessimi of a bunch in this way and shame Iadic3 off are as bare of decency as their bodies were of clothes. That several Bega residents have al ready found Christmas poultry hard to 'keup'; and That a gobbler bought on Saturday was completely ' gone' next day — it...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER V.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 23 December 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING.         THE EARLY DAYS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chapter V. — Continued. For several years this desperado carried on his depradations in dif- ferent parts of the Hartley and Fish River districts, but although frequently tracked to the moun- tainous region, which was then un- explored, he always managed to disappear in a most mysterious manner. At last two mounted   troopers accompanied by Mr. Charles Whalan managed to get upon a 'hot scent,' following up which they were enabled to solve the mystery. This was in 1841. It was concluded that McKewin's retreat must be in one of the deep gullies which in that part of the country abound, and the party de- termined to explore them thoroughly After much labour his hut was dis- covered on a little flat in one of the most secluded mountain gorges; it was surrounded during the night, and the bushranger, on being chal- lenged to surrender, came to the door in a wo...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Christmas Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 December 1905

Christmas Services. Ox Christmas Eve a special service was held at St. John's Church. The decorations were of an appropriate character and artistically done. Over the Holy Table the word Peace was designed in large letters of scarlet geraniums raised on a base of white wadding, and in the nave the word Goodwill was 'similarly arranged. Botii were beautifully done and tho work of Miss Bessie l'itchie ,'iirid Miss Rita Ritchie. A large star made of white blooms on silver paper (the work of Miss Mary Otton, Nuincralla) erected on the wall near the chancel was a beautiful and appropriate piece of work. : The pulpit and lectern l-oi\; a perfect wealth of choice /lowers, provided and tastefully arranged by .Mrs. Thomas Underbill, and the Holy Table wassimiliarly decorated by Miss Florrie Ritchie. Of course there were many willing workers, among whom were Mrs. Tidd, Miss ['earl Rixon, Mr. Eric Ritchie and others. Mr. Win. Jauncey and Mr. R. Jeffrey, ot Angledale, pro vided an abundance of ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega on Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 December 1905

Bega on Saturday Night, .Saturday was a busy night in Begn, Carp Street being thronged up till the time shops closed, anil presenting quite a city aspect. All the ladies wore out to visit the different shops which had been decorated and illuminated for the great Christinas carnival, when everybody is supposed to buy a present for everybody in token of 'reaco on earth, good will to liiun.' Ce.rtainly for that one night good will and amity was general and in the exhilaration of the moment old time hatreds were perhaps forgot ten, to be remembered again when the 'good cheer' is absent and the holiday -season is past. The fronts of (lie chief stores were hung wit.h ^ay-colored Chinese lanterns, and Ihu brilliant illuminations dis played the artistically-dressed win dows in a pleasing manner. The popping of corks in the hotel bars, the 'A Merry Christmas, old hoy,' mid 'Tlic same to you, old chap' denoted a good time for tho li censees. The toy shops wore thronged with mothers in search ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 December 1905

? SPORTING. Messrs. W. J. Collins, J.McGrade and J. Golden nvo the lmndicappers for Candelo annual races. An acetylene gaslight' handicap will be run at Candelo on 10th January (race night). Nominations close on Wednesday, 3rd January. Old Bob Fitzsimmons. the N.Z. boxer was knocked out in the 14 th round by Jack O'Brien at Phila delphia on Wednesday. A member of the N. S.'AV. Cycl ing League, A. A. Barrett, will at tempt to lower C. S. Ovr's record from Bathurst to Sydney of 10 hours 'IS 'minutes. The run will be made on 80th inst and checked by tho League. A bookmaker who will bo pre sent at the Bega races has been backed to drink in a day all the milk a well-known local man's cow will produce in the two milkings. Iho bookie will probably have to put away. 2-1 quarts. The Austral Wheel Race bids fair to share the same experience as tho Sydney Thousand. S. S. Lwy appealed against tho decision disqualifying him and awarding : tho race to W. II. Sandberg, the '?' second man. ? The bo...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 27 December 1905

THEYSAY: That a j-ouhk CnUsirgo contralto of (.'rent promise hits gonu to Sydney to lmvo lier voice trained ; and That judging by tlio voices one hears which arc. frequently described as the 'lending contraltos of tliu Stnte,' tliu Cobnrgo young lady hIioiiM booh pincrgu in tho front rank of Analralitm aiii|ioi-. That the i-i-OHpcct of Sliinbury's O| - puuntnee in his ''.'liell' nt Wullsign. should have induced n big gate at tliu n gnttn; nud -Thai tho champion mnid not but l-c ? but favourably iiiiint'i'scil with the mag nificent shoot of water over which tliu uliunipionaliip of the .South Coast was rowed. That hotel iiceoinmodntion in Ifcfc'' daring thu annual race inuuling will be severely taxed ; and That, the attendance Ibis year in ex pected to outnumber all previous re cords. That correspnndonco to thn dailies on I1i« subject of the 'ilcaniosH of fruit' is frequent just now— of the lot the dearest taken all the year round is undoubtedly 'passion fruit.' That patrons of Boga J...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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