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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

r WEAVER and PERRY, Stock and Station Ag;<&nis. Fat, Store Stack aoDdl Property ■ ■ . Salesmen. Horses sold at CampercSowsi. Calves and . Pigs at City Yards« Dairy Stock at St. ! ivaary's. Cast!ereagh House, Hunter & Gastlereagh Sts, Sydney. i Proceeds Day after Sale. Paddocks close to Flemington Saieyards. : To L©¥ers of the Garden. | OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE READY NOW... This Instructive: I'Book sent FREE to any address. We supply anything and everything |in SEEDS, PLANTS and FLOWERS,and "Careful Packing" is our motto. I HILDAMERE NURSERY CO., 226 KING STREET, NEWTOWN, SYDNEY. ; 13. J. GRINSTED, Lachlan Street, Sole Agency, Forbes. Watch his' window for periodical displays of our Wedding Bouquets, Wreaths, Etc., Etc. * ' 1 Bicycles "TURNER" Bicycles A HUGE ADVERTISEMENT DO YOU KNOW 'We have built and supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver His Majesty's Mails throughout New South Wales and other Commonwealth States This should interest you, fo...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

SUNDAY. 9.30 p.m.—Eugowra, Cowra, Goola\x=req-\ gong, Grenfell, Ooma Creek, "Wenz's, Ooma Station.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

j*HP|elegraphic Address: Garnscy, Forbes lelephone: No. 41 Forbes. J (Established 1S S 4). TOOK & PROPERTY SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, and 2NERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. CIAL« AUCTION SALES of Cattle, £>heep, and Horses : conducted en required. _ VND STORE STOCK, PRO\x=req-\ PEfriES, ANli FARMS FOR SjjlG throughout the wliole. of th) States. ''. ' : ORRffp°NDENCE invited, . and Spry facility given for prompt I jj pection. ill WEAVER & CO., ;I'CK & PROPERTY AGENTS, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE) FORBES hatcher & Halloran AUCTIONEERS, OCK & STATION AGENTS, PROPERTY SALESMEN, .1 Stock trucked through us have •personal supervision. A. : — LANCE W. DAWSON, AUCTIONEER, aaOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. AgejA&jV5r The Insurance Olrice of l,Ltd., Fire, Accident, and kl70. Brandenburg1 Building')} AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION AND PROPERTY AGENTS3 PARKES M McNAMARA, AND SALESMAN, AND STOCK AND STATION AGENT, OFFICE: Opposite Tattersall's Hotel. Also ...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
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FORBES RAILWAY LEAGUE CONTINUED APATHY. The First Move. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

FORBES RAILWAY LEAGUE CONTINUED APATHY. The First Move. Continued apathy prevails amongst not only the 88 members of the Forbes Railway League, but amongst the farmers, settlers, and landowners who are to derive most benefit from the construction of a line of railway from Canowindra to Eugowra, and thence ultimately to Broken Hill. Two attempts had alerady been made to hold a meeting, and each failed, but on Saturday last, after much trouble, a sufficient number of members was collected to form a quorum, and that was all. Unfortunately, the President of the League, Mr Moses Brown, was prevented by flood from attending, and this was a pity, as he had prepared a large quantity of valuable ammunition to fight for the extension, via Forbes, of the proposed railway line from Canowindra to Eugowra. The meeting, though small, consisted of men in earnest; there were no dummies. Mr Frank Rath was voted to * the chair, and there were also present: Messrs E. T. Blanch, A. L. Laneyrie, D. Nicho...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
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MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

MARCH;. 5, G, 7.—NaiTabri. v > 5, 6, 7.—Bangalow. . , 6 and 7.—Braid wood. (i and 7.—Boga. 6, 7, and S.-—Warialda. 7 and 8.—Crookwell. 7 and S.—Crookhaven." S and 9.—Oberon. ;. 12, 13, and 14.—Glen Innes. 13 and 14.—Cobargo. 13,14, and 15.—Mudgce. 14 and 15.—Barraba.; 14, 15, 16.—Goulburn. . 19 and. 20.—Gundagai. 19 and 20.—Blayney. ' '' 20 and 21.—Queanbeyau. 21, 22, and 23.^—Newcastle. 26, .27, 2S.—Tamwortli. 27.—Molong. 27 and !2S.—Cooma. 27'and 28.—Yass. : •27, 28, '29.—MusSvelibrook'.

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

FEBRUARY. IS and 14.—Tuiriut. . 20, 21, 22.—Guyra. : 21 and 22:—Gunning. 27 and 28.—Dapto; 27,-28, 2!).—Quirindi. 2S: lo March 2,—Itiverell.

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SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

SHOW DATES. Following is the list of show dates far fixed for 1912: — , JANUARY.. 17 and IS—Co ram b a.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

Do You Know It's Xisias Gift Time ! HER'S j \ Great Show of." Dolls, Toys and Fancy Boods. LLY'S FAIRYLAND will be found more beautiful than ever! We are showing more Novelties in this section of the department than, •, before. ARGE DOLLS for Dressing.—This is certainly the Finest Range of Undressed Novelties ever shown by us. They have Eyelashes and Beau ■ tiful Curly Hair. DRESSED DOLLS. _We have to offer a most extensive selection in single' boxes. " An enormous variety of prices. ■' V Toys. BIG, SENSIBLE, COMFORTABLE, TOY STORE. Big in Assortments, sensible in its selections and pricings, and-comfortable because of its roominess and ample service. .* The entire department is an ever-changing panorama of the most wonderful and ingenious playthings the human mind ever invented. A visit entails no obligation to buy. OUR GRAND DISPLAY includes the; following lines:—TRUMPETS, HORNS, BUGLES, SKIPPING ROPES, HORSES, WHIPS, HORSE AND CARTS, DRUMS, TOY iSETS, GARDEN TOOLS, BEDSTEADS, *V"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

F urniture. W. K. GARNSEY, SENR., Have received instructions from Mrs Lamroclc (who is leaving the district) to sell by auction at her residence, Spring-street, Forbes, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13th, At 2.30 p.m. prompt, THE WHOLE OF HER WELL MADE AND HIGH CLASS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, including Pearl inlaid-^ Black and Brass Double Be^' ' stead, Single Bedsteads, Mattresses, Bedding, Elegant Bed-: room suite of Wardrobe, Dressing Table, and Washstand (all fitted), Ottoman, Divan and Aus^ trian Chairs, Extension Dining Table, Well-made Sideboard1, Overmantel, Hall Seat, Dresser^ Chests of Drawers, Etc,. iEtc. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. W.' K. GARNSEY, SENR., - Auctioneers. IMPORTANT Wednesday, December 20. AT 2 P.M. SHARP. J. Y. HUDSON & CO. Have received instructions from Mr William Sullivan, who is leaving the district, to sell by public auction at his farm, Boyd Road, about 21 miles from Forbes, The Whole of His Stock and Machinery, Etc., without the slightest reserve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. To Share Farmers and Others Looking for a Wheat Farm. 5000 ACRES NORTH-EAST OOMA, on the Forbes-Grenfell Road, for sale in 10 BLOCKS of 500 ACRES EACH, at from £ 4/10/- to £ 5/5/- per acre. TERMS: 5 per cent, deposit, and 5 per cent, each year (which includes interest). Splendid Wheat Land— 1600 acres cleared—boundaries netted and sub-netted—ample water supply. ONLY FIVE BLOCKS LEFT. PROMPT APPLICATION NECESSARY. Apply EDWARD WEAVER & CO., Forbes. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED. 'The Advocate' wants correspondents in every part of the district. Persons willing to act are invited to communicate with us at once. WANTED. An Intelligent Lad, one,just leaving school preferred, as linotype apprentice. A splendid chance for a good boy. Apply ."ADVOCATE" OFFICE. WANTED. TEAMS TO CART TIMBER from our bush sawmill to Forbes. For further particulars apply J. B. REYMOND & SONS, LTD., The Mills, South Forbes. I have to Thank the Public generally. for their patronage d...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
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GOOLAGONG. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

'(From Our Own Correspondent). Following are .tlie scores in the match played between'Goolagong and' Canowindra, on 3rA inst., at Goola gong: ' • ; > Goolagong. ' . . R. Beath, c and b Grant'....... 7 ,J; Stack, run out 11 N. Proctor, b B. Croucher .. . . 25 ivi'Guiness, b Croucher . 44 V. Hodge, c Kenny, b Grant ... 35 , T. Glerinan, b E. Croucher ... 1 W. Proctor, c Grant, b Croucher 1 Jack Haydon, c-M'Lachlan, b Grant......-.:.......... !) S. Pearce, c Franklin, b Grant . . 7 J. Smith, b Croucher .......... 2 Jim Haydon, not out; .. 4 Sundries . . . . .-. ... .J. .... ' 7 Total .... .;.... ..... 153 Canowindra. S. Kirkland, c J. • Haydon, b > M'Guiness 32 Martin, c Glennan,. b Beath. . 14\x=req-\ B. Grant, b Stack ... . . . . . ... 7 P. Kenny, b Stack : .\ . . 22 E. Croucher, b Stack . . . . 13 J. M'Lachlan, c Haydon, b Stack 0 M. Deegan.'c and b M'Guiness. . 8 P-. Crouohr, b Stack ... . .;...... 1 • M; Loftus, b Stack! V. ..... ..... 2 L. Franklin, not out .. 1 W. Murray, ...

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EUGOWRA. POLITICAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

(From Our Representative).' POLITICAL ADDRESS. Mr D. T. Byrnes, of Cowra, a Labor aspirant.for Parliamentary honors in the next State election for the Bela\x=req-\ bula constituency, addressed a fair, attendance of ladies and gentlemen in the School of Arts on Monday evening last. Mr T. Hickey was voted to the chair, and briefly introduced Mr . Byrnes, who gave as his chief reasons for entering the next contest/ his desire and ambition for Parliamentary life, the fact that he had been born in the electorate, had grown up amongst them, and knew the electorate politically, and otherwise; from;-A to Z. He eulogised the objective of, the, Labor party, and it was a pleasure for him to feel he could support it to the letter. He briefly expounded the question of liumanitarianism, and what a lot oE agood they had done in this respect, the vast improvements made in the Education A.ctj and teachers generally, and the land laws. He.attri buted previous labor- defeats to lack pf interest taken ...

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CRICKET. FORBES v. SOUTH FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

CRICKET. FORBES v. SOUTH FORBES. A cricket match took place oil the local cricket ground- 'between the South Forbes and Forbes Cricket Clubs, in the Forbes and District Cricket Association competition on Saturday last.1 The day was fine, and the weather warm. J. Green (South Forbes), won the toss from .T. H. Hassall (Forbes), a,nd elected to bat. The play' during' the. forenoon was of a slow and steady nature, and at the 1 o'clock adjournment the score stood at 1-for 82. On resuming after lunch, South Forbes carried their 'total to 296 before the last wicket fell.1. J. Thomas was . top scorer with 75, compiled by vigorous and good cricket, and he played decidedly the'best innings of the day. The Forbes batsmen.commenced their innings shortly after 4.30 p.m., and the last man was disposed of right on' the call of time,; at-6.30. p.m., for a total of 169, thus leaving .. South Forbes the victors on the first innings by 127 runs. The decision of one of the umpires during the day, thoug...

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THE WATERSHED OF THE LACHLAN. THE TWO FISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

THE 'WATERSHED OF ■ LAGHlAft. THE TWO FISHES. Considerable ignorance of the topography of the country drained by the Upper Laehlan was disclosed when the prospects of a flood were discussed by local residents last week. The Laclilan is a tortuous river, and may be said to take approximately three miles to cover a crow-flight of ,one. It' has its source in the Cul\x=req-\ Iarin range, at a point. in a direct line between Goulburn and Gunning. The river there is formed by the junction of a number of rivulets, one of which bears the name of Fish River on the map. It can hardly be' called a river, and is only a few miles in length, but a good many people confuse it with another Fish River, a considerable stream, much boomed by the Tourist Bureau, and which, rising near the Jenolan Caves, junctions with Campbell's Creek, and forms the .Macquarie.a few miles be-' fore the latter flows past Bathurst. It is nearly - 90 miles from the source of the Laehlan to Cowra, as the" crow flies, so th...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORBES DISTRICT SCHOOL. SANTA CLATIS AND THE INFANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

FORBES DISTRICT SCHOOL. SANTA CLATIS AND THE INFANTS. The Forbes District School breaks lip this afternoon for the Christmas vacation of six weeks. The breakup is earlier than usual, to enable the teachers to take advantage of the excursion next week. Some of tne country schools will not break up till the end of the week. On Friday last, the usual penny concert was given in the girls' school, and something like 25/- was realised from the penny charge for admission. The programme is given entirely by the pupils, and the funds realised are utilised in; buying; requisites for the school in the way of pictures, .etc. Miss Molster, the headmistress, showed us through the girls' school, but the pictures with which the walls are adorned had been. mostly stowed away for the holidays. Considering that the building is only some: ' 20 months old, the beautification of the grounds, and the improvements effected are highly creditable; the girls have a tennis court, which is not seen at its best ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED ASSAULT. ACCUSED REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

ALLEGED ASSAULT. ACCUSED REMANDED. At the Police Court yesterday morning, before Mr J. Jamieson, P.M., Clyde Alexander Cook, 21, laborer, was charged wltn assaulting John Jones, thereby occasioning actual bodily harm at Forbes on Sun day,-10th December. Senior-constable Kammel appeared for the police, whilst Mr D. J. Moloney appeared for the accused. The former asked for a remand for the usual eight days, which was granted. The injured man, said the police, was in the local hospital, and his injuries were .serious. His upper jaw was broken, and two teeth were knocked out. Mr Moloney, in asking for bail, said that a little after 12 o'clock on Sunday morning last (and the police would admit this), a man named Hynes and his wife had a row, and upset things, and ran to accused's mother's place. Accused went out to try and pacify them, when the man who was subsequently injured came on the scene, and wanted to know what was the matter, and assaulted accused, who merely defended himself. B...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17. Forbes, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Bareenong, 3 p.m.—Rev. Carus Caton. Eugowra, 3 p.ni. and 7.30 p.m.—Rev. T. D. Dunstan.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SERVICES FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SERVICES FOR DECEMBER. December 17th.—Forbes, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Toms Lagoon, 8 p.m. ■ December 24th.—Forbes, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Daroobalgie, 3.15 p.m. , December 25th (Christmas) .^-=Town Hall,' S p.m. \ .. December 31st.—Forbes, . 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning (Communion), Evening (Church Parade). . . /

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Closer Settlement Board at Work. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

loser Settlement Board at Work. I Messrs Cobcroft (chairman), Pul\x=req-\ fjer, and Bucknell, members' of the [(loser Settlement Board appointed to Real- with land comprised in a rail ius of fifteen miles of. authorised Railways, arrived in Forbes on Sati rday morning, and set to. work at nice'on the Forbes to Stockinbingal Tine. Under the Act, .the Govern\x=req-\ lent lias power to resume any es\x=req-\ a.te of an unimproved value exceed\x=req-\ 11 g £ 10,000, and situated within he stipulated radius of a sanctioned ine. What this means , may . be ;leaned from the fact that in all' irobability the value of land 011 the ■orbes.to Stockinbingal route, coning under the operations of the Act, s probably over one million pounds sterling. It is of special Interest, .[lso, to note that practically at-the .|oors of Forbes, and; mostly within me scope of the Act, are three largo '(states—Ooiiva, Pinnacles, and Boyd comprising about 70,000 acres, all, •?}r nearly all, first-class-wheat count...

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ILLEGALLY ON THE PREMISES. ALLEGED SUNDAY DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 12 December 1911

ILLEGALLY ON THE | PREMISES. | j ALLEGED SUNDAY DRINKING. Herbert Henry Heinke was charged ] at the police court this morning with 1 being illegally ' on the premises of the Brave. "Heart wineshop at South Forbes on Sunday, 3rd December. Sub-Inspector Chas. Nolan prosecuted, and Mr R. E. B. Reymond appeared for the defendant. ^ ■ First-class Const. Jenkinson deposed: About 11.40 aiin. on;,SunLda^,. 3rd December, I visited the. Brave, Heart Wineshop, at South Forbes, kept by Win. White, of South Forbes; passing the bar I heard the sound of .someone in the bar, and of glasses put down on' the counter; I turned on to the verandah, and found the front door of the bar open;-1 saw defendant in the bar,; and also the licensee; 1 said to defendant, "What are you doing here on Sunday?" He said, "I had a lemonade at the bar"; defendant went out, and I had a conversation with White; I then called defendant back, and said/ /'What were you drinking?-'; he repealed, "lemonade." I 'saw /four empty...

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