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FORBES FREEZING COMPANY, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
FOKBES FKEE/JXCJ COMPANY, I/1I). A meeting of the board of directors of tbe Forbes Freezing Company, Ltd., was held at the Albion Hotel on Saturday afternoon. Matters generally were dis cussed and dealt with. The board de cided that until further notice they would not deal with any more sheep, in conse quence of the dry weather. The resig nation of the acting secretary, Mr- Mc Lellan, was received and accepted with regret. All the directors present paid a high tribute to the excellent services rendered the company during his term and sincerely regretted that his ill health necessitated his leaving the position. It was decided to call for applications for the vacancy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
o620 ~ llE" W ARE). THE above Reward will bo paid to any person giving sucii information aB will lead to the conviction of any one Destroying Rabbit-proof Fencing on Burrawang Station. THUS. EDOLS Ji CO. £20 Reward. THE above Reward will be paid for Information tliat will lead to the conviction of any person or persons damaging the Netting Fauces on Ooma, or leaving Netting 0; '.eg open Trespassers prosecuted. JOHN I. BEAT. NOTICE. ANY Person found SHOOTING, HUNTING, or otherwise TRESPASS ING on PRA1RIELANDS will be prosecuted without respect to per sons. Ail previous permissions cancelled WALLACE HUNTER. NOTICE. Any Person found Shooting, Fish ing, Hunting, or otherwise trespass ing on BOYD RUN will bo prosecut ed without respect to persons. STiTT DUOS. NOTICE. After this date any person found Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, Using the Private Tracks, or otherwise Trespassing on any part of Carra wobbity, Traversdale, and Wonga A&ng, will be prosecuted. All previous permissions ...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
Second Day. Canoblas Handicap, 6f.—Veronite, 8.2j I; Malt Rose, 10.13, 2 ; The White Knight, 6.12, 3, Other starters : Vauntie, Gladys O, Arailcorn. Winner started at 5 to r. Won by three quarters of a length. Time, I.I6. Kangaroobie Handicap, 6f.—Water Paint, 9.3, I ; Lady Corinth, 7.10, 2 ; Glen ettie, 8 9, 3. Other starters : War Laddie. Bay Hornet, Hoyle, Wombin. Winner started at 7 to 4, and won by five lengths. Time, 1.163-5. Orange Cup, im. if.—Lady Rice, 7.5 (Higgins), I ; Wool, 6 10 and 73lbs over (Lawson), 2 ; Boombah, 7.12 (Liliyman) 3. Other starters : The Acolyte, May Dance, Chevron, Master Murillo, The White Knight. Betting : 5 to 2 against The Acolyte, 3 to 1 May Dance, 4 to I Wool, 5 to 1 Lady Rice and Boombah, 10 to I others. Master Murillo, May Dance Wool and The White Knight were in the leading division for about a mile. Coming into the straight Lady Rice "plunged out, getting a good lead. Wool took up the pursuit, and was only beaten by three quarters of a length...
THE SAVINGS BANK SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
THE SAVINGS BANK SCHEME. Mr. Fisher, Prime Minister, says lie yet * has hopes that the States will see his Sav I ings Bank proposals in the same light as j the Federal cabinet. He is siill in com j munication with the Premiers of the ! several States, though no new develop ment has yet transpired.
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
Sporting ^otes. | (BY BAVAKO.) I ' Mr. Colin Stephen has been clected to the committee of the A.J.C. vice Mr. Hall deceased. I » * * l Mr. W . Lamrock, secretary of the Orange Jockey Club has succeeded in col lecting £100 for the widow of the jockey Brown who was killed at Marengo races on Anniversary Day. I At the Goulburn sports carnival on Thursday last the local cyclist, P. B Henry, won the half mile handicap from 60 yards and ran second to R. J. Mc Namara in the five miles scratch race. In this race -A. L. Crook had a severe fall and was for a time in the hospital. 9 » * ORANGE RACES. The Orange annual races took place 011 : Friday and Saturday last in delightful j weather, and the racing interesting. The attendances were large and the takings at the gates for both days amounted to £284. Results :— First Day. Newmarket Handicap, 6f.— Malt Roset 10.3, 1 ; Veronite, 7.13, 2; The White Knight, 7.0, 3. Other starters : M.K., Cable News. Winner started at 2 to 1 and won by a short h...
Jemalong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
I | Jemalong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. Tho monthly meeting of the Jcraa long Shire Council was held on Sat urday iii the shire offices. The Pre sident, Cr. W. II, Sly, occupied tho chair, and there were also present Crs. .1. H. Noakes, It. E. ilawiins, J. D. Low, K. J. Heauey and M. Brown. .Mr. A. J. Booth,«the engi neer, was also present. The* minutes of the last monthly meeting, and also tho special meet-; ing for the election of president, were read and adopted. Correspondence was read as fol lows: From the Chief Secretary's Off ice, notifying. that Mwch Sth and March 141.li had been gazetted: pub lic holidays in the Forbes and''Par tes districts From the Under. Secretary,, notify ing tho receipt of the election of Cr. W. H. Sly as president. From the Shires Association; not ifying receipt of the resolutions sug gested by the Council "to come be-: lore tho annual conference. To the clerk of the Goobang Shire, asking permission to take gravel from Mr. Cluen's paddock for the...
Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
Races to Come. The Western District Racing Asso elation lias ailoted the following dates for tile 11)la season: — "Wallerawang, February 17th. Gilgandra, February 21 and 22. Koorowatlia, February 2Stli. Orange, March 1st and 2nd. Orange Picnics, March 5th & 6th. Forbes, March 7tli and 8 th. Parltes, Mar.cli lotli and 14th. Orange Hiernkms, March 16th. Mudgee, March 16th, Forbes Hibernians, March 20th. Cowra Hibernians, March 20 th. Greni'eil Hibernians, March 2211d. Wallerawang, March 23rd. lDugowra, April 3rd. Cowra, April Sth and Otli. Canowindra, April 11th. Goolagong, April 12th. Condobolin, April 16 andl7. Gulgong, April 17tli. Bathurst Turf Club, April 20 and 22. "Wellington Jockey Club, April 24 and 25. Mudgee Iluce Club, April 20 & 27 Crenlell J.O., April 30 and May 1. Dubbo Jockey Club, May 3 and 4 Trongie Jockey Club, May 7 & 8 "Wellington i'.K. Club, May 1) and 10. Maenuario P. 11. Club, May 15 and 16. Pea Hill, May 21st and 22nd. Narromine, May 29...
EIGHT HOUR ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
MIGHT HOIK AKT UXJOX. The twelve months' trip round the world and *100 in cash, or a first prize valued at £500, offered by the Eight Hours Committee of Melbourne in their forth coming 56th annual art union is one which excites widespread interest, and usually enlists a very general support. The com mittee, in consequence, again announce that valuable prize as the first, and offer in addition 99 others, ranging in value from £100. The support accorded the undertaking last year was so generous that the committee was enabled to donate a very substantial sum to the hospitals and public charities, to which the proceeds are devoted. This fact probably induces many people to try their luck who other wise might have some objection to doing so. The tickets are only one shilling each, or 22 for £t. Residents should pur chase direct from the local agent (Mr, G. F. Cochrane) or they may send to the representative, Mr. Theo. W. Heide, 231 Flinders-lane, Melbourne, who has acted in that capacity...
Alleged Embezzlement. CHARGE AGAINST FREEZING CO. EX-SECRETARY. LENGTHY POLICE COURT HEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
Alleged Embezzlement CllAKGK AGAINST KKJCK/iINU CO. lS.VSHCUUTAliY. L13NGTI1Y POUCU COURT HEAR ING. At the 1'olicc Court on Monday, before the 1\M., Mr. J. Jamieson, | 'lhomas Joseph Theobald way ' charged that he did embezzle the sum of 10s, the property of tlio Forbes Freezing Co., Ltd. .Mr. ■Reymoiid iippeared to prosecute, and Mr. Moloney l'or the accused. George JOdward Siddall, managing director of the prosecuting com pany, stated: The accused wan em ployed by the company in July and August. His business was to do the general work ol' secretary. A man named Fisher was our chief engineer, and was a. share holder in the company. A letter came to the comyauy signed by Mr. Fisher, and 1 said to accused, "Tlio company say they should have received £3 j 15s lor Fisher, and it was not paid into the bank." I asked him why he did not pay it into the I bank and lie replied that it was a ! money order, and he wont to the ! bank to cash it. 1 asked the ac cused what lie had done with the ...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
LOCAL ITEMS. The Rev. Father Doran who has suc ceeded Father Casey, arrived in Forbes on Saturday morning. He celebrated the •wo Masses in St. Lawrence's Church on unday. The only matters dealt with at the For bes Police Court on Tuesday morning were the granting of applications by Luke McDonnell for second hand dealer's and collector's licenses. M-i. J. Jamieson ad judicated. The death occurred in Bathurst on Sun day last of John Francis Kelly, aged nine months, son of Mr, and Mrs. T. Kelly, Jun., of Grenfell Road. The child took ill here about a month ago from the heat and it was thought a change to a cooler atmosphere would benefit him. But this I failed to be the case. Mr. E. Ritchie, from the head office Sydney, of the Bank of Australasia, is at present relieving accountant at the local branch. Mr. Ritchie has only been here a few days, and is very impressed with the people and the district. When the jury to deal with the charge of gold stealing had been empanelled at the Quart...
SATURDAY'S CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
SATURDAY'S CRICKET. I A Cricket match was played on Saturday afternoon between teams representing the civil servants and the town. The result was a narrow win by five runs for the Government men, who put up i68, as against 163 compiled by the town team. The principal scores for the winners were: Walsh 47, R. Farrand 25, Hyslop 20, R. Emmett 13, F. Farrand U, N. Emniett 10, and sundries II, while for ihc defeated I those who did best to slall off the calamity) were: Coram not out 37, Ellis 26, Elliott j 16, Halloran 16, Green 12, C-Gaggin 11, while sundries increased the tally by 21. ' Gaggin (six wickets for 33), Ellis (3 for 14) and Elliott (one lor 24) were the succebs- 1 ful bowlers for the town men, while the winners' main bowlers were Green (4 for 35, Farrand (2 for 27), and Walsh and gajqjelt one wicket each.
SALE OF RACE RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
SALE OF HAOU HIG1ITS. The sale of rights in connection with the Forbes Jockey Club meeting to take place this week was conducted by Mr. T. Gainsey, for W. K. Garnsey, senr., at the Albion Hotfel on Saturday. The attend ance was large and most gratifying to the auctioneer and the club. The bidding for the various items with the exception of the fruit stall was brisk. Mr. Garnsuy evidently knew his buyers and made no mistake and took the bids like a veteran) and when the sale was concluded he had the satisfaction of knowing that the club had realised £12 over last year, and the fruit stall had still to be disposed of. The Bale resulted as follows:—Publican's Booth Edward Nock, Victoria Hotel, £25. Race books, "Times" OHice, £16. Right of Tattersalls for the year, G. Danvers, Al bion Hotel, £15. Tea room, F. Seiden berg, £4 103.
PRESENTATION MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
I'KKSEXTATIOX MEDALS. Mr. D. Hansard, the manager of Mr. A. G. l'\ Bollinger's Forbes branch, has shown us half a dozen very choice gold medals : just made to the order three of the Forbes j Jockey Club and three of the Forbes ' Cricket Association. The Jockey Club ; medals are for the life members, Messrs. J. H. Bates, 0. E. Rowley, and A. J. Rey- j mond, and each is inscribed with the recipient's name on one side, while on the other is the club monogram in very chaste design. The cricket medals are also of neat pattern, and each bears an appropri ate inscription and the winner's name. The execution of the medals reflects the highest crcdit on Mr. Bollinger and his assistants.
The Markets SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
The Markets SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. Dalgcty and Company, Limited, report under date of 1st instant that transactions in the local wool market during the past week have been principally confined to the sale of withdrawn wools out of re cent catalogues, which have been moving off slowly at prices on the basis of recent auction rates. As mentioned in last repoi t, the quantity of uusold wool remaining in the Sydney stores is within a very moder ate compass, and with any sligkt improve ment in the market a clearance of the wools on hand would be speedily made. It has been a little disappointing that, with the almost certain prospect of an Australian clip not much more than equal in volurue to the one in the preceding season, there has been an almost entire absence of any upward tendency in values towards the end of the season such as could reasonably have been expected, more especially in view of the fact that the Continental sec tion has taken the great bulk of the wool, leaving Yorkshire ...
SCHOOL OF ART'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 March 1912
SCHOOL OF AIM'S MEIOTIXCi. , The monthly meeting of the committee of the Forbes School of Arts was held on ! Monday night when there were in attend- ' ance Mr. J, J. Walsh (president), and , Messrs. Blanche, Baldock, Lozell, Lindsay, and Stevenson. Accounts amounting to ' £23 3s 9d were passed for payment. Mr. i W. &lt;J Krooke wrote resigning his position as a member of the committee. The resignation was accepted. On the motion of Mr. Lozell and Mr. Blanche, it was de- i cidcd to appoint Mr. G. S. iShelton to the j vacancy, and in the event of him not ac- \ ceptitig to ask Mr. C. Brown to take the position. As Mr. Shclton will be leaving , Forbes at the end of this monlh to take up j duty as editor of the Wagga Wagga "Ex- j press," Mr. Brown will be requested to fill 1 the vacancy on the committee.