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The Jew as he is. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

The Jew as he is. The founding of the Christian religion marked also the ostracism of a race. So far as ono can see, it was no more than chance that the teachings of Christ should have become identified with and confined to a Gentile world, while being rejected by the Jew. The two races stood together ; that which chose to neglect its oppor tunity became, by that neglect, more firmly welded together, more distantly a corporato whole than any other race in tho world. In the ' National Review ' Mr. IT. B. Marriott Watson discusses ' The Jew and His Destiny ' with marked insight. We get, first, the long continued persecution of the Jewish race, the every man's hand against him, and his hand against every man, by which the Jew has developed his characteristic tenac itv, suspicion, acquisitiveness. Wherever he dwelt he was the outcast — might not fight, might not follow the liberal professions * there remai ned only to him trade and and usury, by which, when the age of gold dawned on the...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"From Pub to Platform." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

'From Pub to Platform.' On Wednesday night there was a crowded audience at the School of Arts to hear the story of Mr. Al bert Bruntnell's liie, which he makes the subject of an interesting lecture entitled 'From Pub to Platform.' Mr. Bruntnell has spoken from pulpit and platform in Bega, and his utterances, though warmly earnest and calculated to stir the emotions of even his most phlegmatic hearers, have always been directed against drink and the deplorable misery it creates in some homes rather than against those who are engaged as licensed sellers of liquor. He is broad minded and temperate enough' to disassociate the two and his voice is raised in an endeavor to educate the people to a point when they shall vote 'no license.' On Wednesday night the chair was taken by Rev. J. Muir, (Pres byterian). Miss Huntress presided at the piano. The meeting was opened by a hymn, after which Mr. Muir offered a brief prayer. The chairman then introduced the lec turer. Mr. Bruntnell said that...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

From Our Correspondents. CANDELO. The ncw_Liquor_Act was- strictly observed horo'oiTS.unday, and those who missed' their .- usual Sunday drinks were loud in .'abuse of the Act. - . ' .- ,;?..' ' , -? ? .' ' 'Tho. 'School ' of Arts' .billiard tournament .was . 'concluded ? on Monday night, wlion'Mr. J.' Koaglc (130) 'defeated Mr.' C. A'.'Grceiv (85)' The prizes wero trophies donated by the club.'1' '''Mr. '. 11.- Menser donated .a pipo ' for ? the highest break, and this was won by Mr. D. Williams.- ' - - ' ' '.' ?? ?The town has presented quite a lively appearance during the week many racing men being in bvident'o, and the races this -week promise to be one of tho most successful in the history of the club. Thero is every appearance of Mr. Bruntnell's mission being a success ful ono.

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AN "UNDESIRABLE" IMMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

AN 'UNDESIRABLE'. IMMI ; GRANT. The Syrian. Richard Malouf, was to have gone to Now Zealand, from Sydney, on Wednesday, last week, by the Manuka, in accordance with the dictum of the federal authorities acting under tho Alien Immifiration Restriction Act, but just before tho Manuka sailed, Malouf, with his legal representative, called on tho local Collector of Customs, and informed him that on legal advice he had decided to remain in the Commonwealth in spite of the inti mation. J. T. Malouf, a resident of Red fern, who has been 'in Australia eighteen years, is an uncle, of tho 'undesirable.' The uncle, who is reputed to be worth ,£100,000, states that there are 7000 Syriaus of the name of Malouf and not one has a black mark against him. 'I came out here with .£800,' ho said to a press representative, ' and I have done very well. I have made many hundreds of pounds, I have put some of my money into property, and I own over fifty houses and shops. I have a factory, with 25 Australian...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

Inter-District Summary At Cooma last Saturday the heat was 107 degrees in the shade. The ' Guardian's ' . tender was accepted for the printing of the Candelo sho.v schedule. Reports state that, the pros pectors' claim at Wolumla has struck a rich chute' of gold. The Alstonville Agricultural Society pays 2s 6d, per head for the committee's luncheon. A sheep dog trial will be one of the features of next Candelo show. Prizo £3. 3s with perhaps some specials added. A crushing of 10 tons of stone from the Royal Oak Mine, Na rooma, the other day, cleaned up 45ozs of retorted gold. ?Rnimrrn . npnr '^prricriinrlnji. 19 becoming an abiding place for the fox, numbers having been seen there lately. Mr. .Alex. Sutherland, of Be lowra, near Nerrigundah, owns a calf with four tails — three short appendages erow from the main tail, which has no brush. The conditions of the new Liquor Act were, stringently observed at Adelong on Sunday. Station hands and others who went to hotels for dinner had to ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deliberations of the Butter Export Committee. IMPROVEMENT OF THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

Deliberations of the Butter Export Committee. '.IMPROVEMENT OF THE ' ? , ; MARKETS. ?:''' (Froth .the '-Da'ily Telegraph'). The question of improving the markcts'for New South Wales but ter,-sboth' in London and Sydney, was'discussed on Monday at a meet ing in Sydney of tho Butter Ex port Committee. This committee was established as. tho result of a conference of re presentatives of dairy factory- com panies, in August last, and its du ties arc ' to consider export pros pects and prices, the question of fixing Sydney market prices, the improvement of the system' of dis tribution in Great Britain, the im provement of quality of the butter output, and kindred matters. At Monday's meeting Mr. T. J. Rogers (Bega) was appointed chairman, and there wore also pre sent : Messrs. -I. Al'tirnth (Nowra), S. M. Cot tee (Hymn Hay), P. A. Scan- (Hunter),' E. Navin ( Kich- nionil River), E. .Cunningham (Cioulbuni),,niid C. E. J). Mearcs manager of the Coastal Farmers' Society.). THIS DIFFERENCES B...

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A CLAIMANT TO A SCOTTISH DUKEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

^CLAIMANT TO A SCOTTISH DUKEDOM. After spending 30 years of his life in Australia as a private citizen, Mr. James Mailer, elder brother of Captain William Mailer, staff offi cer of the Victorian Field Artillery, is at present in Glasgow prosecut ing inquiries into his right by des cent to the Scottish titles of Duke of Gordon, Lord Lochinvar, Lord Lorn, Earl of Athol, Lord Gordon of Strathbogie, Earl of Norwich, Baron Gordon of Huntly, and Earl of Huntly. The titles and estates attached thereto, Mailer claims, were wrongfully conveyed to the house of Richmond, and were con firmed by a private bill dated January, 1876, based, he contends, upon misrepresentations. His re searches, first in Australia, and then in London, Oxford, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Abordcon, satisfied him that he possessed a lawful claim to the extinct dukedom of Gordon, and the accompanying dignities of the Stuarts of Lorn and Athol. He traces his connec tion with the great Gordon family from 1050 doivu to 1904, be...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

MISCELLANEOUS The total number of men em ployed at the Broken Hill mines is 7717. Tho Victorian Government in tends to import a number of Welsh pony stallions and to lease them to farmers. Tho first prosecutions under tho new Liquor Act took place at the Central Court on Monday, when four persons wore fined for being on licensed premises after hours. Tho Victorian State Government has decided to make 40,000 acres of Moonmbool Forest, between Heathcote and Waranga, available for settlement. The stock department has taken exception to the use of John Pottie and Sons' Blackleg Virus, which has been on the market for 20 years. It is understood that Messrs. Pottio and Sons havo en tered an action against tho depart ment for .£1000 damages. A newspaper recently offered a prize for tho best answer to the conundrum : ' Why is a news paper like a woman?' The prize was won by a lady, who sent in tho following : 'Because every man should havo one of his own, and not run after his neighbor's.' ...

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Bega Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

Bega.Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE from Sydney overland, via Coomft nnd Bemboka, daily (Sunday oxcopted) tit 10.10 p.m. 'Sydnoy, by steamer, Tuesday and Fri day, time uncortain. Goulburn, Cooma, Monnro district, Victoria and South-Western districts, daily, Sunday excepted, nt 10.10 p.m. Braidwood, Araluen, Moruya, Uodnlla, Milton, Bntomnn's Bay, Nelliuen, Co bargo, Quiiama and Brogo, daily, Sun day execptori, at 7 p.m. Tnthra and Tatlira Road, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, at 0 p.m. ? Candelo, Mogilla, Kamoruka, Knnoo na, daily at 7. 3D p.m. Towninbn, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Cnthcnrt, nnd Wyndhnin, via l'ninbula, Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday lit 7.30 p.m. : Eden, Pambula, Wolumla, Groig's Flat, Milligandi and Merimbuln, daily at 7.30 p.m. .-'. ?'.??' Merimbula, via Jellut Jullat, Friday at 7 p.m. Wyndliam, Rocky Hall, Pericoe and Burragnte, via Candelo, Monday and W.ifliwiuili, tr nt 7 !tn ? » ... - ' * Tanja, Wnpengo, the Murruh and Bermngui direct,. Tuesday, Th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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MAILS CLOSE for [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

MAILS CLOSE for Sydney overland, via Cooma, daily,' Saturday excepted, at 10,'So p.m. Sydney, per steamer, 'Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30 a.m., unless steamers de layed. Goulburn, Cooma, Nimitybelle, Mo nnro district and Victoria, daily, Sun day excepted, at 7.80 p.m. Moruya, Milton, Bateman's Buy, Nel ligen, Cobnrgo, Quaama, Tilbn Tilba and Brogo, daily, Saturday .excepted, at 10.30 p.m. Tathra and Tatbra Road, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10.1)0 p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, Rocky Hall, Wyndliam, via Fambula, Tuesday, Tliursday and Sunday, 10.30 p.m. Eden, Pambula, Wolumln and Merim bula, daily, Saturday exeepted, 10.30 p.m. Merimbula, via Jellat, Thursday, 10. 30 p.m. Candolo, Kamerukti, Kanoona, daily, 4.u.ou p.m. . Tnnia, Wapengo, Murra'l. and Bermn ?;ui, direct, Monday, Wednesday and rridny at 10.30 p.m. Via Cobargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 10.30 p.m. Angledale, Monday and Thursday at 10.30 p.m. -.. Buckjo, Tuesday and Friday at 10.30 p.m. '???..

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

OFFICE HOURS. . Post Office opens from 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. On Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery, Sunday exempted, by letter carrier within the municipal area ; carrier leaves ollico at 0 a.m. ?- Telegraph office open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday exuopted. Money Order and Savings Bank Office open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily [Sunday excepted], and deposits are also received from 0 p.m. to 8 p.m on Saturday. Private boxes, fee iit per annum, pay able in advance, may be obtained on application at olliee, enabling boxholders to got their mail any day, Sunday in cluded, from 7 a.m. till 10' p.m. Letter pillars at Xewtonn and North Bega cleared at 0 p.m. Weather reports and arrivals of steamers posted regularly on board out side of odice. JAS. W. M'CUTCHEON, Postmaster.

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Polly's Story. A SERIAL STORY. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

Polly's Story. A SERIAL STOilY. PART I. They both felt themselves l-ound to respect Sir Peregrine's authority; and yet, if Mr. Darrell had chuseu to come to thorn again, how hard, how impossible it would have boon to turn him from tho house! But fortunately ho had the tact and tho kindliness not to choose it. It was in the winter that wo be gan to hear some very sad stories again about Wild Darrell. Oh, nothing to his discredit this time — only the consequences, as it were, of his past follies and misbehaviors. He hadn't the money to pay his debts, it appeared, and some of them were very pressing. Cross Icighs was to be sold-.— Crossloighs, which had been in the family for over -100 years! Indeed, Darrell is an older name in tho country than Dunne; and to all county people it seemed almost sacriligious to let the old place go out of tho family. However, Crosslcighs was not then what it had been in cither extent or value, for it had been utterly neglected for so many long years that,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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The Scent of Battle. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

The Scent of Battle. Mit. Thos. Rawi.inson lias informed the 'Budget that the Hon. Austin Chapman, M.IT.R., Postmastor Gcueral, will deliver an 'important speech at Bega some time before ho leaves to attend tho.lJostal Contcr ence which is to be held at Rome next month. The exact date has not yet been fixed, but, in view of the hbn. gentleman's early depar ture from the Commonwealth, it cannot be long delayed. Mr. Chapman .'left -for' Melbourne on Wednesday, and will go on to Ho bart, where he will wind-up mat ters in connection with the Old Ago Pensions Commission, of.which he is chairman. He will then re turn to Sydney and as soon as De partmental matters permit, lie will come on to Bega and make the im portant speech referred to. As to the nature of that speech, the Bud get has no hesitation in declaring that it will take the form of an authoritative pronouncement .with, regard to the policy or programme of the Deakin Government for the next elections. Mr. Chapman is without exce...

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ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. Mr. Outlate: 'Can you secure me a clerk with a voice exactly like mine?' 'Don't know,' replied the manager, 'what's the reason?' 'I want him to slay at the odico every night and answer tho telo phono when my wife rings up,' ex plained the inquiring boss. -S -» * He: 'Earrings arc all the go now, aren't they? Are you having your cars pierced?' She: 'No. I'm only having them bored.' « * ?* Hick's: 'Wo had a groat time at tho club last night. Sorry not to see you there, Charlie.' Mrs. Por ter (after Hicks had gone): 'Why, Charles, you told me you spent the whole of last evening at the club.' Mr. Porter (with great presence of mind): 'So I did, my dear. The reason Hicks didn't see me was because ho wasn't there himself. Trying to deceive his wife, pro bably.' Mrs. Porter: 'The wretch! And he would try to rob mo of the confidence I have in j-ou. I always did see something about that man I didn't like.' The latest aspirant to the honour of ubsuul-mindcd'chainpion' ...

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Bega Vigilance Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

Bega Vigilance Association. Tub usual monthly meeting of the above was held on Wed nesday night. Present — Mr. G E. Brooks (president in tho chair), Messrs. T. J. Bateman, C. J. JJurns, K. Keollner, E. C. Bingoman, A. Beck, W. J. Hanscombe, W. Board man. Jas. Cochrane, II. O. T. Cowdroy, P. Rosenthall, and tho secretary. A Departmental letter was for warded by Mr. W' II. Wood, M.L.A. stating that about a third of the work on tho Russell's hill deviation was through. It was decided to re commend that the road bo fenced ' off. A number of letters re roads ? and bridges work were acknow- J lodged by Mr. 'Wood. ' - An intimation was received from the Department that £400 had boon granted for the proposed deviation on Wyndhain mountain, road Candelo to Wyndham. The secretary, Mr. Pell, stated that ho had a conversation with Mr. Wood about matters which the Association had under considera tion. Mr. Wood expressed his in tention of being present at a con ference to bo hold at Show time, be...

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CANDELO TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

CANDELO TURF CLUB. ?The Candolo annual races look place on Wednesday in perfect weather, and in tho presence of a large attendance. Following are the results: — Oi'EXixfi Handicap of 12 sovs.; 2 ' sovs. from prize to go to second horse. Distance 6)4 furlongs. A. Switzer's b h Narriga,'agod, bv Prior — dam bv The Works, 7.0 ... (Switzer) 1 W. Frazer's b m Huretta, 8.9 ... ... (McFarlano) 2 Mrs. 11. Weekes' b g Berwick, 9.5 ... (Wcodgate) 3 Other starters: Cyrano S.12 (Howard), Lady Thespian S.4 (Black), Caesar 8.2 (Clark), Togo 7.3 (Henderson.) Time 1.32 3-5. At tho conclusion of the race tho owners and jockeys. of Caesar and Lady Thespian wore brought before the stewards in connection with the running of the two horses. ? Tho infiuii}' was adjourned till evening. Handicap Hack Race of 5 sovs., for all horses to be approved of by the stewards. GJ4 furlongs. Clumsy, 9.0 ... (Stanford) 1 Zetwufl, 9.7 ... (Carson) 2 . Ferncliffe, S.6... (Black) 3 Other starters: Jewboy 9.0 (Hib burd), '...

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET Following are tho scores of the match between N.S.W. and South Australia commenced on tho Sydney cricket ground on Satur- ? day. On Monday morning the rain had damaged tho wicket to such an extent that play was im possible. In the afternoon tho N.S.W. batsmen, who had put up 55 without loss on Saturday, wont to the wickets, but made no stand. Scores : — South Australia.— First innings. Claxton, c Waddy, b Cottar... 5 Hack, b Garnsey' ? 32 Darling, b Cotter ... ... 14 Pellow, c Noble, b Garnsey ... ? 3(i Gelirs, c Diamond, by O'Connor 101. Dolling, st Carter, b O'Connor 13 Reedman, c Carter, b Cotter... 31 Cowan, c Trumper, b Macartney 3 Travers, not out ... ...' 6 Jar vis, c Cotter, b Garnsey... 3 Wright, c and b Garnsey ... 0 Sundries ? 13 Total ? 257 Bowling.— Cotter 3 for 97, Garn sey 4 for 70, Macartney 1 for 25,' O'Connor 2 for 25, Redgrave none for 15, Noble none for 12. N.S.W. — First innintrs. Trumper, cJarvis, b Reedman 16 ' Mackay; c Darling b Claxton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

ADVERTISEMENTS. MORUYA ANNUAL RACES. ?Monday and Tuesday, 5th and Otli February. WT NOMINATIONS — FOB — OPENING: HANDICAP, TOWN PLATE, HURDLE RACE, and MORUYA HANDICAP. CLOSE At 8.30 p.m., On Tuesday, January 16. CECIL KEATING, Secretary. ft.J. H©0D, Tinsmith, Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c, CHURCH STREET, BEGA cupposite wicunam's store). SJBT Tanks made to order from 30 gallons upwards. Separators, Stenm Engines repaired on the shortest notice. All kinds 'f Tinware . inndo or repaired. Remember tho Address : CHURCH STREET BEGA. rp O L ? E t. SHOP adjoining BANK of AUSTRA LASIA, Carp Street, at present occupied by Mr. Harvey, Jeweller. Suited for Office or Shop.— Applv . HOME'S HOTEL. JQUQRCH OF ENGLAND DEACONESS HIGH SCHOOL, — B EGA — J©5^'-Uiidcr tho ausniees of Church of Eng. Dea. Innt., Sydney. SUPERIOR EDUCATION for BOAR DERS and DAY PUPILS, under the care of tho Deaconess-iii-eluirgo. Terms and information on applica ion to DEACONESS. The Illawarrq and South Coast Steam Navig...

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THEY. SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

THEY- SAY: That the ownor of Dalgety has lodged an appeal against the dis qualification of his colt; and That Mr. Austin Chapman has lodged through' Hansard a most emphatic protest ', against the dis qualification of Dalgety for the Federal Capital Stakes ;'and That.it is considered a certainty that the protest will bo almost un animously uphold and Da'.goty declared the winner. That Rockefeller jnr., is en deavouring to form a ring to corner rubber — the trail of tho Standard Oil Co. will soon bo. over most things in America : and That the capers of the Rocke feller family will do moro than anything else to draw aggressive public attention to the curse of millionaircism. ? That a steam launch will ply on tho Wallagoot lake all day on the 26th instant — and probably for some time after. That the new letter carrier should purchase Fred Cowdroy's grey pony and buggy — the turnout could deliver the mail itself at a pinch. That F. F. Cowdroy who was farewolled by St. John's Institute th...

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MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 13 January 1906

MUNICIPAL, ?' The usual monthly nicetiii'K of. the Municipal Council whs hold at the Chambers on Wednesday night. Present :— Aldermen Jns. Itixon (Mayor, in the chair), Gr E. Brooks, W. J. Tpwnscnd, Ii.'Un derhill, E.' I. Pell A. Beck. F. Bland, W. ? Boardman and the S Council Clerk. ? After the minutes of tho pre vious meeting had been read and confirmed, Aid. Pell asked whether the resignations of the trustees of the Showground were sent on to the proper authorities, and the Mayor replied that they had not yet been forwarded and wore still in the Chambers. Aid. Pell wanted to know if in the 'opinion of the Mayor the Council had power to appoint trustees, seeing that those resignations had not yet been received by the Department. The Mayor replied that the Council had power to recommend, two trustees in place of those resigned. Aid. Boardman drew the Coun cil's attention to the stato of dis repair of the footpath in Gipps Street in the vicinity of Mr. 'M. Corrigan's residence. The....

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