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THE NEW LIQUOR ACT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

THE NEW LIQUOR ACT IN SYDNEY. The 'D.T' makes the following remarks about the operation of the New Liquor Act which comes into force on the lstinstantr-^-Perhaps the only people affected and annoyed by tho novel restrictions were those who sent children to hotels for jugs of morning : beer. Following what was an accepted custom in their own- social circle Polly or Johnny was trotted off to' the local hotel about 11 o'clock with the familiar threepenny piece and a demand for beer. But barmen and barmaids were alert. 'You ars not old enough ; can't serve you ; tell your mother to come herself,' was the mandate, and Polly or Johnny had perforce to depart with' empty jug. What happened to. the youngsters on the arrival home is not recorded; and there is no evidence that the thirsty persons have, in any case, been yet reported to [the police for sending tho children for drink. Possibly few of. such persons know, or, knowing care, that they are liable to punishment for thus em ploying the...

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 — 6 January 1906

ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. Prisoner : 'Your Honour, I used to give your daughter singing les sons.' Judge: 'Twenty years.' * ? * * 'I suppose he clasped you in his arms when the canoe upset ?' 'No ; quite the opposite !' 'Quite the opposito ?'.?' 'Yes; the canoe upset when he clasped me in his arms.' * * . * 'Want t' put ady-tzihment in your paper,' 'said the bibulous man ; niusht have shoniebody take care mo.' 'Yes,' replied the clerk ; 'you want to. advertise for a valet?' 'No,, better shay : 'Wanted — ' Shnake charmer.' #?'??# * 'Do you think that the automo bile will displace the horse ?' asked the conversational young woman. 'It will,' answered the nervous young man ds be gazed down the road, 'if it hits him.' * * * Governess (looking over geog raphy paper) : 'What's this ? 'The people of Lancashire are very stupid !' Where in the world did you get that idea from ?' Pupil : 'Out of the book. It says that Lancashire is remarkable for its dense population.' * « » '\Vhat's Maude cryi...

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

The Cardinal, the Capital,' and Garruihors. Cardinal . Moran made a brief statement on Tuesday in reply to a question from a representative of the 'Daily Telegraph,' in reference to the Federal capital site contro versy. - Asked whether he wished to say anything in reply to the criticisms expressed concerning his utterances on this subject, his Eminence stated that there was only one point he should like to make clear. This was in reference to Mr. Car ruthers. 'In what I said to a representa tive of the Melbourne 'Age,' I spoke of Mr. Carruthersonly in his attitude towards the Federal Go vernment, and not of him in his general capacity as Premier of N. Si Wales. I think he is as good a representative as any we could have, and I found no fault with him whatever. Mr. Carruthers is' just as good a Premier as wo have had in the last 20 years, so far as I am able to judge. I had no in tention whatever of reflecting upon him as. Premier.' 'The objection you take is in re gard to his actio...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meaker and Clark's Gaslight Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

Meaker and Clark's Gaslight Handicap. Mkakuii and Clark's second acety lene gaslight handicap was run off on Tuesday night. There was an attendance of about 400. Messrs. Petric, Harvison and Britten acted as judges, and Mr. H. Rogers had charge of the guu. Following arc the results : — First Round. yds. 1. R. Higgins ... 11 U 2. Tom. Whitely ... 13'A 3. T. Boquet ... 13 % 4. W. Law ... 11^ 5. T. Westwood ... 11% 6. II. McDonald ... 11^ 7. E. Hammond ... 11 1 ' A T.Jr\%.linH4. t 1 t/ 9. A. Raynor and J. Brit ' ten dead heat. In the ' run off Britten won ... 9^ 10. A. Mudie .:. 10 11. H. Howard ... Wft 12. G. Rrit.fpn 11 1/ 13. E. Higgins '... 12# Second Round. 1. A. Herbert . ... 11 yA 2. H. McDonald ... llj^ 3. R. Higgini ... \\y2 -x. x. ir uuviy ... 1O/2 Final. A. Herbert 11 J4 yds ... 1 R. Higgins ll^yds ... 2 H. McDonald ll^yds ... 8 T. Whitely 13^ yds ... 4

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Polly's Story. A SERIAL STORY. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

Polly's .Stoi'y. ? A SKKIAL STOHY. V'- PART I. Not a thing over oscapud his notice — certainly ? not Miss Pris cilla's quick blush when Lady Dorothea innocently mentioned Wild Dan-ell's nnmp. :'Good Heavens!' hesaid. 'You don't mean to tell me, Lady Doro thea, that Darrell of Crossleighs lino nAtnft lift P if r * They were at luncheon in the oak-parlour, and of course I wasn't there, but. Miss Priscilla told Hie every word afterwards. 'Well, yes,', said Lady Doro thea, 'But, Lady Dorothea, you don't let him come hero, do you?' 'Yes, I have,?1 said Lady Doro thea, startled. And, my dear, if I'm. to talk of Sir Peregrine, you must excuse a strong word or two, for he couldn't speak without them. 'If he comes while I'm here, I'll kick him out faster than he walked in.' This was a mighty bold thing to say, for Sir Peregrine was about half the size and double the age of Wild Darrell, or more. And then, presently, after an awkward silence he added — 'Haven't 3'ou read your papers lately, m...

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

OFFICE 11OUKS. Post Oflice opens from I) a.m. to 0 p.m. On Sunday from !) a.m. to 10 u.in. Daily delivery, Sunday excepted, by letter carrier within the municipal area; carrier leaves oflice at 0 a.m. Telegraph office open from 0 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday excepted. Money Order and Savings Bank Ollice open from Mn.in. toC p.m. daily [Sunday oxeepted], and deposits are also received from 0 p.m. to 8 p.m on Saturday. Private boxes, fee .Cl per annum, pay able in advance, may be obtained on application at oflice, enabling hoxholders to got their ' mail any day, Sunday in cluded, from 7 a.m. till '10 p.m. Letter pillars at Newtown and Xortli Bega cleared at 0 p. in. Weatliej reports and arrivals of sU'ainer.i posted regularly on bonrd out side of ollice. JAS. W. M'CilTCIIEON, ' - Postmaster. The 'Hansard' talked during last session of the Australian Par liament was 1ft. 4in. high when the volumes were placed Hat one on top of tho other. Roughly, a cubic foot of JaWi

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

Candelo Races. Following are the weights for the Candelo races which come off on the 10th inst: — Opening Handicap. . st lb Berwick . ... 9 5 Malice ... 9 0 Cvrano - ... 8 .12 Huretta ... 8 9 Lady Thespian '... 8 4 Gaesar ... 8 2 Noblesse ... 7 G Rapid River ... 7 3 Togo ... 7 ?;} Cordite ' ... 7 2 Narriga ... 7 0 vt*-ww\jy ... I \J Ferncliffe ... 6 7 Happy ... 6 7 Candelo Handicap. Bonnie Blink ... 11 5 Atlantean ... 8 5 Cyrano ... 8 2 Future ... 7 6 Phyllis ... 7 4 Cordite ... 6 12 napia mver ... u IU Zetwell ? ... 6 T Flying Handicap. Berwick ; '... 9 5 Cyrano ?'?'... ... 8 12 Huretta ... 8 8 Lady Thespian ... 8 4 Caesar ... 8 2 l-'hylus ... 7 8. Togo ... ? 7 3 Councillor ... 7 0 Narriga ... C 12 Zetwell ... G 11 Ferncliffe '... 'ff 7 Foal Stakes (final payments) : Sailaway, Madge, London, Miss Retford, Rolling, Sylvia, Aimec, Elouera, Suuol, Arawan, Redwings.

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

If you 'want 1 a P i ark o j that will I last a life- | time lbuy j one of ©*ir J popular; Lipp's. i You'll al- A ways talie 1 pleasure i isi playing I on it. ) We stocll 5 different : models. Come and j see them, you. will rj liKe them on sight. 'I Catalogues Free. ' * i Paliragf sf | 80-88 Queen St., '-j Brisbane. J „__„_ ? ^na^Ja ^g»rog.rTOWgaira«ff«r'^..w..va^^ \ M. l |[| 'I | Avfex 'Austral' 1 ||iWl oac \ \ yi jlrfSk To Measure, /&h|h g J i j Jill-- I 'I ! The latest weaviugs in Spring and Slimmer styles and weights j fruiuthe celebrated MARRICKV1LLE MILLS— Cloth as selected i I ami worn by His Excellency the Governor General. Fox's : : fast dye Serges, pure indigo. Fit, finish, materials- and wear [ i guaranteed. We supply two books containing 12 pages of :_ j patterns selected from our extensive stock. Catalogue, tape aud i .: measure form post free on application. ,' I . AtL OiiDiiiis Carjiiaoh Paid Throuchoui1 Australia. r - 1 /% v_ ^--'v^ji 486 to 490 \ I ^M^^^/Qeo...

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

Show Fixtures. Following is a list of the dates of the various district shows, 190(5 — . Moruya — February 7- and .8 Eden—February 14 and 15. Pambula — February 21 and 22. Candelo — February 28 and March' 1. Wollongong — February S, 9, and u). Berry— February 7, 8, and 9. Nowra — February! 14 and 15. Bega — March 7 and 8. Bombala — March 13 and 14. . Delegate— March 20 and 21. Cobavgo— March 21 and 22.

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

BUCK-JUMPING EXHIBITION There word some 'incidents not anticipated by the management at the buck-jumping exhibition given on Thursday night on the vacant plot of ground opposite the new railway station in Pitl-strcet. First of all, when about one thousand persons had crowded into the enclosure, a portion of the slaving supporting the seats in the shilling area gently subsided, no one, however, being hurt. This was (he signal for hundreds to ?swarm into the central performing area and the other recurves, while some of the more enterprising climbed n [. tree overlooking the sawdust-covered plot. The tree bore the load for a space, but the performance had been in progress only a few minutes when a branch snapped a man fell 15ft; Fortunately he- was not injured. Each horse brought out seemed to take a positive delight in bucking and provided ii highly diverting entcrt;iimiienl. Especially was this .«o when one of the spectators volunteered to try his skill. Num bers unsuccessfully essay...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

There seems to be a revival of interest in Shorthorns in England, at auy rate prices aro more buoy ant and tend upwards. At the recent sale of Sir Alex, Henderson herd ut Buscot Park, thero was a onslc demand for good stuff at very - satisfactory prices. Commenting on the sale, the 'Scottish Farmer' says:— 'Three groat salcs-of Short horns have been hold in England in recent years— Mr. Deane Willis1 salo at Bapton Manor in. 1879, at which an average of ,£55 Ss per head was made for 71 animals; the Koyal salo at JVindsor in 1903, when 75 hoad made ^85 2s 5d of an average; and this sale at Buscot Park, at which, reckoning the cow and her calf as one lot, tho mag nificent average has been made of £d0 8s 2d for 56 head. This may not bo a record in' tho history of Shorthorns, in connection with which some amazing averages wore made in the seventies; but it is certainly an encouraging result, and a conclusive proof of the extra ordinary revival in Shorthorn broeding.' This stiffening of p...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

In the intercolonial cricket match Victoria ' v. South Australia the latter won by 120 runs. On shipboard; Wife: 'Shall I have your dinner brought to the cabin, dear?' Husband (feebly): 'No; just ?' have ? it thrown over board for1 me.' When wo consider what has been done in the development of farm and garden crops, it makes us wonder what, may be dono in the future, and by way of progress we have now a crossbred brassica, derived from a cabbngu and a. Brussels sprout, and showing the .chief, characteristics of both pa rents. Tho plants produce fino largo cabbage, and at tho base of evory leaf largo buttons are formed.

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

GLADSTONE AND CHAMBER LAIN. Englishmen admire pluck. They like a 'loader jWho hits mil and fears not. Mr.. Gladstone wns Unit typo ofinan,/butmow and then hi.s poli tical strategy was loo subtle; it was 'caviare1:. 'to .the L'L-nei-nl.' Mr. Chamberlain is of tin; Gladstone mettle. - . He has, however, a -|ii:ilily thal Mr. Gladsloneditl ma pus.soss— the quality of direct ness. Mr. Glad stone could play with li:_-uru.s :hk1 elaborate theories with f:i.^-innling dexterity^ ' It was n ddijrlil to hoar him, even when you failed to under stand him. '? Now, Ihcro is no sophistry in Mr. Chamberlain's political iipm-lii1?. He presents his fuels and limiiv:= and explains his pnliry in simple language' that. no one c.-in mistake. He indulges'iii no sirlc issues, lie believes that-a lusral policy that might or might not have been right half a century, ajio is out of d:if-; and working us givut mischief. I lu believes in treat -ing the foreigtuM1 as the foreigner tri'siU us. .He. believes that ...

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

CHURCH SERVICES CHUHCII OP ENGLAND. J^IVIXE SERVICE will bo held as under:— SL John's Church, Iloga-Every Sunday at 11 silnulinufSn.^Jd'iu'n^irs^!1 w,»vX!is:y^h^j-»^ -rS:1^;^',!!^'1- WnljiiKoot, Sunday 21st. ?Tonjii, Sunday 28th. CANON 5IAUTIX, B.A., Rector. KAMERUKA. Hembok,illa.m.''ffiyl'h- TnnlnuiuiKloUp.ra. Candolo V.30 p.m. ., ... January 21st. Cnndolo 8 p.m. (ii.o.) Wolumla 11 a.m. (HlC.) KaSk! {OWMnm's Service.) 3 p.m. nol,.bokana.m.'(1''c![26t'- TnnlaunnRlo 3 p in Candelo 7.30 p.m. Moonlight Services w«,!gfo'r10th,llGle'«n1u^11' Mb»1.Ua «'..*?»«?? . ? F. WILKINSON, Acting-Rector. JJASS will bo celebra'ted 'iVindor:- ? '^UoIiriitTSo'pTn'''11131111-111' llnfl Dov° ? J. J. GUNNING. AUSTRALIAN METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES will be conducted as uiilorY UeRn, every Sunday at 11 and 7..10. Communion !-ervlci- on tluMirMSiindiiv nftpr 11 i in 'er- ? .kSvo^uvi'1' Sr'''' ''-:30' Cliristii,U.-n. n. w. imiscoMBE.

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

LIVE STOCK -SALES. Auctioneers . Pionorts. Wm. Itixon reports a largo num ber of stock forward on Wednes day last, and sold at the following prices : Fnf pigs'Sos 9.-1,- slips. 12s, '?'? fat'wethers li's fid, lambs 8s, fat cows £5 to j£tj 2s Oil, light fat bul locks £6 12s to ,£6 Kis, poddies 17s, store cows ,£1 10s to £3. W. C. Allan and Co. report hav ing sold pn Wednesday : Fat wethers 13s Gd, fat. heifers ',£4 10s, fnl cows £V- 10s. 18 months to 2 yr old heifers £3 10s to £± (choice), storo cows 35s to £'H -Is Gd, saddle and harness horses .£13 to £21. Al so the racehorse Jewboy at a satis factory price. . ,. ? E. 1. PclL reports selling at the Bega Sale Yards last, Wednesday. Storo pigs.to 14s Gd, Fat cows £4 12s to £1 lls, Springers M to £5, IS mths old steers to 38s 9d, Store Cows 35s to £2 10s Gd, Poddies 23s to 27s. ? William Eixon notifies : . On Saturday, Gth January, at Mudie's yards, Bemboka, 30 steers lyi years old, 10 store cows, 12 heifers, 2^ years, 20 poddies. On S...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"W.H.B." Once More. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

'W.H.B.' 0ii88 Mare. 'W.TI.B.' in yesterday's 'Stan-, dnril' mixes up the fiscal issue with (ho Fuileml Cii]-il'»l (lucstion and other irroluvant tilings. Tho JJumiKT wouldn't he surprised to hear that this erratic logician (?) had been found strangled with ono ui inn uvi u ii&iuu^ luiua, iuiuu jjum cards, cricket bats, jiicturo books, perambulators, 'squeaking dolls and glassy marbles (kicked about in his dying struggles) were lying around in a confused heap; and a picture of Cobdcn and Bright or Noah was grasped in cither hand, and an lSth century treatise on frcetradc stuck out of each pocket. IJciilly it scoins impossible to jjin this literary 'Will -'O the Wisp' down even to his hoary old fad frcelrade.. In his last contribution he concludes a. mass of tangled statistics with the following: AVilh iih, our fimnura may notice how, under a soit of 2.r- per cent, duty on 'fureijjii' bonln, the local nianufacturer has popped 10 pur- cent on former prices. 'W.TI.B.' convenien...

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

THE NEWSPAPER — OP — - THE SOUTH. live u-unixi; articles, TOI'KUL I'AKAGKAI'II.S, IXTK11-DISTK1UT NEWS. ? o — - Attractively Written and Printed. ? o ? Every Wednesday and Saturday.

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

ADVERTISING. SIXGLR COLUMN— First Inch 3s, every iiuceuedinglncli Is. Oil. DOUJU.H COI.I7.MN— First Inch, 5s, WMvy succeeding Inch 2a. Oil. J3Sf- SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR STANDING ADV£RTISEMENTS. Ajjdjusss: CHURCH -ST., b e a a.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District and Inter-District Turf Fixtures. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 6 January 1906

f District and Inter-District Turf f Fixtures. JANUARY,' ; 10- -Candclo Turf Club. 13 — Bemboka Jockey Club's nn : nual races. 13— Rocky Hall Races. 16, 17 — Delegate J. C. Races. 29— Cobargo J. C. Races. FEBRUARY. 5, 6 — Moruya Annual Races. 7, — Towamba Races. 9, 10 — Goulburn Race Club Meeting. 13, 14— Cootamundra Turf Club ; Annual Meeting. i 21, 22— Cooma Races,

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

SPORTING. Rembolta Jockey Club's annual races have been fixed for Saturday, 13th instant. The New Zealanders on Monday defeated All -France by 38 points to 8. The New Zealand footballers ileieated a Swansea team by one point, the scores being 4 to 3. An ufter-thc-races version : ?'Ho who steals my purse steals trash' — because he'll find it holds no cash! Mr. R. Watson has definitely decided to take Tattcrsall's Cup winner,Fabric, to England. At the Highland Gathering in Sydney on New Year's Day Nigel Barker won the 100 yds, J. D. Hunt the 880 yds. ? Shooting Star fcll'in the steeple chase at Rand wick on Monday and being injured iu the spine was destroyed. At the Slioalhaven races on Monday, Bynagen, in the Parma Welter, broke a blood vessel and dropped dead, the jockey escaping with a shaking. At the Dev6nport (Tas.) races on Monday, W. Cody, the well-known cross-country rider; was killed whilst riding Beaumont in the steeplechase. The owner of Dramatic (late Actor II) has lately ...

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