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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

ADVERTISING. SINGLE COLUMN— First Inch 3s, every succeeding Inch la. Ikl. DOUBLE COLUMN- First Inch, Bs, every succeeding Inch 2s. (hi. gm~ SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Address: CHURCH-ST., b b a a.

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 — 3 January 1906

Inter-District Summary Mr. D. Southam, of Tilba, has harvested a crop of oats, averaging 7ft 2in in height. A trapper at Cuthero station, on the Darling, trapped 50,000 rabbits in three nights. Rabbits are doing great damage in the Loutli district by ringbarking tho mulga scrub. A new co-operative dairying company has taken over the old company's properties at Cathcart and Bibbenluke. The Cobargo Co-operative Butter Factory established a local record on Wednesday by manufacturing 86 boxes of butter (4156lbs). . The Bombala flour mill has been purchased from the Messrs. Garnock Bros, by Messrs. Henry and Herbert Trevanion. Any person who expectorates on a footpath in Berry is liable to a heavy penalty. This law was much needed in Berry, and in Nowra too. A person who cannot walk to the kerb to expectorate deserves fining. Mr. George Davidson has brought to Eden a fine oil launch, capable of seating 60 persons. The craft is destined for use in the whaling industry and will also be hir...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

SPORTING. Ratafia has been turned out for a lengthy spell. ?'? At the Bodalla sports on Boxing Day Mr. Jim.. Byrne's Murmur won the Xnias Handicap (14 hands), 4 furlongs, carrying list. P. Bullock lias not definitely decided to return to England. He has been assured of plenty of riding in important races in Australia. Noble's score of 281 against Vic toria last week is the third highest in matches between the two States, the others being Murdoch's .321 and Moses' 297 (not out.) l.r. Keating won the Moruya torchlight handicap on Saturday night before Christmas off 10yds, and competine in the Grand Han dicap at Bodalla on Boxing Day won off 9^ yards. At the annual meeting of mem bers of the Candelo Turf Club held on Thursday, the treasurer's state ment showed the club's indebted ness to be £15 16s, a big reduction on that of the previous year. On Tuesday last week the New Zealanders defeated Cardiff by 10 points to 8. This was one of the most important matches of the tour. O'Sullivan,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega District Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

Bega District Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. Oiticiaia-- Judge: Mr. A. L. Man ning; stewards: Messrs. II. Brown, W. I. Brown. Jas. Coch rane, F. W. Miller, A. L. Man ning, A. Richards, J. J. Ritchie and T. Sticncc; stewards to take charge of placed horeCa: Messrs. W. J; Jaunccy, T. Underbill, jnr., and W. A. Smith; steward in chargo of scales' in jockeys' room: Mr. W. A. Smith; clerk of scales: Mr. A. J. Rixon ; time keeper: Mr. E. I. Pell; starter: Mr. Win. Haslingden; clerk of course: Mr. W. T. Underbill; handiwipper: Mr. John Under-, hill; committee: Messrs. W. II. Brainc, II. Brown, W. I. Brown, Jas. Cochrano, Win. Haslingden, 11. Jardinc, W. J. Jauncey, A. L. Manning (Pros.), F. A\r. Miller, Alt'. Richards, J. J. Ritchie, A. J. Hixon, Win. Rixou (lion. Treasurer), W. A. Smith, T. Spenue, H. Underbill (Vice president), T. Underbill, junr.; secretary: Mr. John Undorlnll. The big racing carnival of the South opened in Bega on Monday. On Sunday afternoon it looked as though the ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

THEY SAY:., That during tho Christmas holi days the coroners were among the hardest worked men — the number of fatalities was unprecedented. That just now there is an alarm ing intrusion of sectarianism into the realm of politics ; and That this is the darkest side of a very chaotic situation in tho po litics of. Australia. That the rise iu the price of boots might induce more young people to wear sandals— more bare feet would mean more health)' children. That on Monday night when the judge declared a certain race a dead heat a visitor from out back said he saw nothing 'dead' about it, both runners appeared to be triers. ?.-'??. That a young lady in tho grand stand complained to a friend that their dresses were not taken down by a local paper; and' That tho storkeepors and dress makers should subsidise the local papers to give full details of the ladies' finery. That to effectively show off a dress tho wearer should stand lip in the grandstand when all others are sitting— some women...

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 — 3 January 1906

As You Like It ? vinniM hnw liberty Withal, us largo n elmrter ns the wlml, To blow on whom 1 please.' . — ?? Aa You Ulsu It.' (Act 11.. w. 7). Tiieuk, is ?riotloubt that Australians are very careless of speech and the charming conversationalist is as rare as an honest land agent. And thisis generally the vesult.of any thing but want of ability or natural wit, but is attributable to a preva lent carelessness and nn undue usu Df slang. Slang-word:* are occa sionally ? per'missiiblo but it requires the greatest discrimination — that of an artist — to know exactly when to use them. Still the JU-woet iloesn't agree with those who say that the Australians of to-day are more given to the use of siting than were their countrymen of years ago. Nothing could approach the reply of the young lady who had been playing Prince George of Wales (in 18S0) a game of draughts and, asked how she got on, replied, 'Oh, I licked him stinkin'!' Still, it would be well if our young men and women were to pay...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[By CABLE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

ri3YCABLK.|. The Russian Government has issued a proclamation to the effect that its chief aim. is to restore order and enforce the manifesto of Octo ber 30. ? The total casualties in the Prcsk no quarter were 500. Tho ambu lances recovered 200 dead and 800 wounded, nllof whom ivore com batants. 600 projectiles were fired into tho- quarter, which consisted mostly of wooden houses.- 600 socialists have boon arrested. Lodz miners in tho Donetz dis trict, after capturing several towns, disarmed two regiments. ' An ex plosion of bombs, causing a num ber of deatks, is reported from Odessa. Peasants in Poland are committing many excesses. The Premier of Russia is devot ing ,£0000 to thu relief of famine stricken districts. The Czar has had a recurrence of epileptic fits.

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 — 3 January 1906

LOCAL AND GENERAL Captain Millaisi), II. P., came to Bega from Eden last night and took coach for Bemboka on route to Sydney:'-. ... : :*. . « ' * Canon jMahtin . will conduct service lit Nuinbu'ggii to-night at 8 o'clock, and at Brogo on Friday night at the same hour.' Mr. J. Nyiikok's bridge-building, plant is loaded and ready to be taken this week to Saltwater Creek, near Banibula, where a bridge is to be built. «- . ;?.?-'«. , * Mh. Leemon's Cobnrgo property of 370 acres freehold land will be offered by auction on tho 11th instant by Mr. J. O'lii'illy. ?* -s S Among the visitors lo Boga races were the following pressmen: Messrs. R. 11. Harrison (editor Moruya 'Examiner'), W. Cham bers ( Cobargo. 'Chronicle'), A. 11. Schubaek (Candclo -'Guardian'), aiid C. II. Brook.-; (Candolo 'Union.') «? .i.tf-.c- » - Inquiries have been made as to whether Friday, January 20, is to be observed as Anniversary Day or the following Monday. The Go vernment's decision to keep the holiday on January...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

SPORTING. The New Zealand footballers defeated Swansea by 4 points to 3. It is not likely -that Rufiian will race on tho South Coast next year. The Tattcrsall's sweep won by Mr. John Perry, M.P., with Ossian is worth £4000. There was some heavy betting on the Bega Cup, Rulliaii and Go Soon being backed to win big sums. The racehorse Medallist will be offered for sale at the central salc yards at half-past one to-day by Mr. E. I. Pell. The Bega gaslight handicap on Monday night returned a hand some profit to the promoters. The management was excellent. The No. 2 gaslight handicap run last night promised to be as suc cessful as No. .1. About Io0 run ners nominated. The Bemboka annual races which were fixed for lOtlv instant (same date as Candelo) liave been post poned indefinitely. Big nominations have been re ceived for the Candolo Turf Club annual mcetiug on the 10th instant. Weights are billed to appear to ;niglit, Mr. J. Brew is having'an acety lene plant installed on the tracks a...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

'1 am In the place where 1 mil ilviumiilcil of conscience to spi-nlt the truth, then-fore the truth 1 speak, Impugn it who .so liMi'tli.'

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 — 3 January 1906

CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER, W05 JS ? a s 2 . s . a ?;. ^ Day o£ Week « ™ : .'* f & § ? «S' § I' r . M ? . . «.- ,.:.^ ~ II M II M AM I'.M.- 1 Friday 4 37 0 51 i) 13 10 45 2 Saturday. 4 37 6 51 10.12 11 27 3 SUNDAY 4 37 (5 52 U 8 a.m. 4 Monday 4 37 0 53 p.m. 12 4 fi Tuesday 4 37 C 54 12 C8 12 38 0 Wednesday 4 37 0 65 I 51 1 11 7 Thursday 4 37 0 5(1 2 44 1 42 8 Friday 4 37 (1 57 3 37 2 14 !) Saturday. 4 37 0 57 4 31 2 41 30 SUNDAY 4 38 G 58 5 20 3 24 1 1 Monday -I 38 G GO 0 20 3 58 12 Tuesday 4 38 7 0 7 14 4 3!) 13 Wednesday 4 38 7 0 8 .0 .5 25 14 Thursday . 4 3!) 7 1 8 57 (i 10 in Friday 4 30 7 2 0 43 7 0 IB Saturday 4 3D 7 3 10 27 8 0 17 SUNDAY 4 39 7 3 11 8 9 5 15 Monday 4 40 7 4 11 47 10 7 1!) Tuesday 4 40 7 fi a.m. 11 8 20 Wednesday 4 40 7 0 12 20 p.m. 21 Thursday 4 40 7 0 1 4 1 17 22 Friday 4 41 7 7 1 43 2 22 23 Saturday 4 41 7 7 2 2', 3 21) 24 SUNDAY 4 42 7 8 3 11 4 30 25 Monday 4 43 7 8 4 2 5 42 2(S Tncsdav 4 44 7 8 4 50 6 45 27 Wednesday 4 44 7 8 5 54 7 43 28 Thursday 4 45...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. Sir. . Lee, Minister for Public Works, denies that the action of the Government in reference to the Federal capital site was intended as a blow to Federation. The mineral yield of N.S.W. for thepast year exceeded all previous records. Mr. Carruthers, in reply to the recent attack by Cardinal Morau, says the Cardinal is a home ruler for Ireland, but not for N.S.W. He regards his Eminence's utterances as those of a citizen whose vision is perverted by strong sympathy with Deakin and antipathy to Reid and himself. ?? Two girls named Jiimiesori were drowned in the Murrumbidgee river, near, Gundagai, last night. Their father also lost his life in at tempting to rescue them. During a quarrel at Alferdon, Wagga district, Frederick Tosbin received serious injuries, from which ho subsequently died. His alleged assailants, Jno. Marshall and Edward Cane, were arrested. During the four days' meeting of the West Australian Turf Club at Perth j£79;026 passed 'th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bega Races and Turf Morality. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

The Bega Races and Turf Morality. The most important racing fixture of the South Coast is the annual meeting of the Bega Jockey Club which is held on the 1st nnd 2nd January, and the one just past may be reckoned one of the best ever held under the auspices of the club. Everything was run on those up-to-date lines with which patrons are so familiar. Visitors from the. city and from country towns far and near were present and they one and all agree that in point of up-to-dateness Boga is second to no club out of Sydney, while in many respects the ma nagement is superior to any. At this week's meeting there was : no confusion, and the public were catered for in a way which some provincial clubs might with profit copy. This much is a credit to the committee which throughout the year holds regular periodic meetings for -the.. purpose of dis cussing matters vital to the inte rests of the club, and all of. which have for their object the welfare of horseracing generally and the special we...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondent. TOWAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 3 January 1906

From Our Correspondent. TOWAMBA. A very pretty wedding took place on Tuesday, December 19th, at Lower Towamba, when Mr. A. E. Hylos, of Bungendore, was united   in marriage to Miss A. Helena, second daughter of W. F. Kennedy. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. Penty, of Pambula. The bride, who was given away by her father, was becomingly gowned in soft white silk with Paris lace and silk yak trimmings, the usual veil with wreath of real orange blossoms being added. She also carried a beautiful bouquet of white roses and maiden hair fern, the gift of Mrs. J. T. Mitchell. Misses Hilda and Amy Kennedy, sisters of the bride, were bridesmaids, and Mr. Arthur Hyles, brother of the bride groom, acted as best man. The bridesmaids looked charming in white Swiss muslin and pale blue sashes. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a gold heart pen dant, the bridegroom to the bride gold watch and chain, the bride groom to the bridesmaids gold initial brooches. After the cere &...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

LATESTtELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. LATEST MARKETS. Potatoes £8 15s to £'J, maize 4s 3d to 4s Gd, eggs south 7d, turkey hens 6s to 7s, gobblers 12s to. lSs, cheese 4d to 5J4-\, oaten hay £4 to £4 10s, butter choice lid, prime 9j£cl to 10^d, pastry 9d to 9#d; hens 2s to 2s 9d, roosters 4s to 5s. A WOMAN COMMITS SUICIDE. Margaret Noouan fired two re volver shots' at her husband in Alice Street, Leichardt, last night without serious effect and then committed suicide by shooting her self in' the heart. ': The couple had been living apart for a .couple of years. FATAL FIGHT. During a fight between F. Bol lard and a young man at Wagga the former, fell down heavily and died shortly afterwards. COLLISION OF TWO BALLAST ' .TRAINS. a collision ..occurred.- yesterday between two ballast trains on the South Coast line near Kembla junction. An engine, some trucks and the permanent way were damaged, but there was no injury to life. The collision was due to the trains which were not supplied with a W...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL . [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

POLITICAL . Speaking on Monday Mr. Bal four, ex-Prime Minister of England, said: '| As regards British industries, I am in favor of ''anything which will secure us greater freedom of trade with the colonies, and every thing giving us greater power 'to diminish the maleficent influence of those growing tariffs which are threatening to throttle British trade over- large tracts of the civilised world.' * * « The London correspondent of the ?'Qucenslander' states that many Italians would gladly come to Australia if given a moderate amount of encouragement. It is suggested that Queensland, should place her attractions- before the Italian peasantry, not the laborers and traders of Southern Italy, but the fine, steady agriculturists of the northern area of the country. In Northern Italy we find as good a type of agriculturists as in any part of the world — clever, industrious, frugal and brave. No European people arc more friendly to the British than the Italians, no Europeans are better c...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

1? ^e Ger&frfe Influence j |; ; of/Electricity ?'? | Is More Effective Than ALL Other Treatments. , | For twenty-five years we have /£yjjj£gy ! j successfully treated thousands ^*- ? larc^«§fc'-i''''l:=:r~\ of cases of Men's Diseases. We /T^JI^^U^ TOfcL-l^w J i ! have given particular attention U **«- T^1 'Vf^^M I j and thought to this class of ^j^^ ' S_JT (V~^ ?£?$& ailment, and throughout our ^^^*fT^ jr (^ttf^r long practice we have found ^«8? \N\ V^C 'ts'SM'^ ? that fully eighty per cent of the , '^^^sAo/i'.Y '/^S' V--. cases treated by us were uusuc- 'r' i'J^^^^^1'/i^c£^S:—i- cessfully treated by other meth- ' Vslslp'rifcfesPyla ~ ''? ods. In fact, in most of the RjG±»»u!a&B33r ailments the disease had been aggravated by the various methods adopted, making the cure all the more difficult to perform. Dr. ricLaughlin's Electric Belt j Will not, in any way, injure the most delicate organisation. It will cure, if used as directed, any case of Weakness, Lost V...

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THE BLACKSMITH BUSH­RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

THF BLACKSMITH BUSH RANGERS. William Day was- an old con vict, sent to Van Dieman's Land from the old country under a heavy sentence. ? Having gained his liberty he made his way toN.S.W., and joined a motley crowd on the 'rush'- to the Turon goldfields. He settled at Sofala,' where between blacksniithiug and; fossicking he managed to live in comparative comfort, it being generally under stood in the locality that he had amassed quite a little fortune. But the old instinct was still apparently strong within: him ; he joined a man named Wilson, alias Doyle, with whom he shared an undeniable reputation; on tho diggings — it being currently be lieved that one or both of them had been concerned in tho murder of Trooper Codrington on the Bath urst-Turon road some time before and the pair set out on a. journey across the mountains. In the mail coach on its journey from Bathurst to Sydney in June, 1859, there we only two passengers, than the Hon. L. H. Bayley, At torney-General for tho colo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. Chapter V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. [?] By CHARLES WHITE. Chai'Teu V. — Continued. Before information reached the authorities the robbers had made good their retreat. The Melbourne detectives wore, however, well up to their work, and succeeded whore the ordinary troopers failed. Wo may let ono of them tell his own talo : — As the bushrangers had mado no attempt to disguise their appear ance wo got a full description of their personnel, which I could identify as that of some well known old hands, distinguished by all the audacity necessary for such an ex ploit. We learned a day or two after tho St. Kilda Eoad affair that four bushrangers, who had been practising their profession at Bac chus Marsh, had been seen i'l that locality by a trooper, and their des cription corresponded with that of the heroes of the 16th October. A little later we got information of four diggers, on their way from Bendigo to Melbourne, being robbed at Aitken's Gap by what seemed to be the same band of bushrangers. One o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

Do You Think Straight ON T1IK LIQUOlt QUESTION? WHATEVER YOUtt ATTITUDU, . . CO.MK AND HEAR Bruntriell, On Saturday next, 6th January, — ASD ALSO OS — SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, -ash WEDNESDAY, In the SCHOOL OF ARTS Something to think about! Something to talk about! Something to act iipbn ! Such 'n'r'o BruiittieU's 'Addresses. fiSB' 1/ you lo'vo Self, Children, Home, Country, COME ! Full particulars on handbills. F, JOHNSON, Secretary. ? A HAPPY rsSEW YEAR TO ALL! . £(33f COMMENCE theNHW VICAR by A SAVTNG in your ? STOREKEEPER'S ACCOUNT.' LOOIOin at — AND 'INSPECT — A Special Purchaoe of Manufacturer's Samples — co.Mi'itisixa — Meii'sand Boys' (Slothing, . — AT TI1K — $®'~ EXTliAOllDINAUY DISCOUNT of 25 per CENT. OFF SYDNEY COST, and will be Sold at Prices Showing a Saving of 5s. in Every Pound. TROUSERS— Men's Tweed Trousers, 3s lid to 12s (id „ Navy and Black Serge Trousers; (-/-- to 10/U „ (ioclong Tweed Trousers, -1/11 to 7/0 „ Colonial, all wool, -1/11 to 0/U „ Grey, Bluo, and St...

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