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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

— THE - Corner Rankin and Templar Streets, Forbes. J. J. WALDRON HAVING obtained a lease of the abova well-known ami centrally-sritualcd hotel, solicits the patronage of tho publics generally, Splewled aeceomniodatioa for. travellers and visitors. Large and well ventilated apartments, all of which have teen refurnished. Hot and cold water biitlis. Sample rooms. Only Best Brands Liquors kbit. Fikst Class Cuisine—Two Tadles. TARIFF RKDUCED. Call and See tho Pnpriotor. 'Phone 85. "It's a Long While Be° tween Drinks." THAT was the historic remark heard by tho reporters who awaited with breathless eagerness the Brsfc remark be-" tween the Governors of North and South Carolina on their first meeting after tho American Civil War. But, ; Mr, E. NOCK, late of Greufel!, eistwhilo of Forbes, wh lias just taken over the Lachlan Street, Forbes,, GUARANTEES no wait beUvefcu drinka Quickuebs of Service a Speciality. Iocidentaily bs states that he only* sup* plies tho Best of UrandB, Best of Acpomt...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

For Sale. SULKY and HARNESS in good order. Only six months in use. Also MARE, 4 years old, reliable and good traveller. For particulars apply MANAGER, Times Office. Ooma Station Blocks. EDWARD WEAVER & CO., FORBES, in conjunction with SEL LA R & QUODLING, COOMA, will sell at FORBES at an early date 11,000 acres of the famous 'OOMA' Estate in Blocks to suit all Buyers on Liberal Terms. Full particulars to follow. Public Notice. All Accounts owing to me while in ths Massey-Harris business must be paid by 30th March. Failing this legal proceedings will be taken for the recovery of same. A. MAIIRIN, Forbes. March 7tli, 1912. PARKES Special Horse Sale. ' Municipal Yards, Parkes. Friday, f^arch 22nd, 1912. Flanagan, Newman & Kelly WILL hold their next Sale of Horses at Parkes Yards as above. Good Buyers will be ipresent for al classes of Horses, £3* Entries invited. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN &-KELLY, Auctioneers, Parkes. LOU LANEVRIE'S Saw Miils. Itlse undersigned, ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pastures Protection Board ASSESSMENTS FOR 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

Pastures Protection Board i ASSESSMENTS FOR 1912. The regular meeting ol" the Forbes Pastures Protection Board was held on Monday. There were present Messrs. Wallace Hunter (president), E. Skinner, Ii. Gibson, G. Thornton, J. D. Low, R, E. Rawlins, and A, H. Grimm. The Chief Inspector of Stock forwarded " Gazette " notice of the appointment of Constable Peter Grimes, of Bimbi, as act ing inspector for the purpose of issuing j travelling stocks permits. In reference to a circular letter from the Chief Inspector of Stock respecting the I visit to Forbes district of the Reserves Revision Board, it was resolved that the | chairman and stock inspector wait upon | the Board when they visit Forbes and j place before them facts regarding the re serves in the district. { The Chairman of the Local Land Board wrote that steps would be taken for the enforcement of compliance with conditions in cases of annual leases and occupation licenses, and that non compliance would tender them liable to fo...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Markets. SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. j Winchcorabe, Carson, Limited, report that so far the Sydney wool market has not been affected by the coal strike in England; but no doubt business will be hampered if the strike is prolonged for any length of time. Auction sales of wool will be held in Sydney towards the end °f the present month. As at present arran ged, the firm will offer a catalogue on the 28th instant. Meantime they have been selling small quantities of wool at prices which are fully equal to the rates ruling at the close of the weekly auctions.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lachlan Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

The Lachlan Electorate. The Bena correspondent of tlio Condobolin "Lachlander" writes that recently that locality was visit ed by Mr. McGill, the Liberal organ iser, accompanied by Mr. Manning, who intends contesting the Lachlan electorate if he gains the Liberal nomination. Mr. Mcttill spoke to Hi fair number of hearers, and gave a real good solid talk on the benefits to be expected from organ ising the Liberal forces, insisting on the importance of every member who joined the league, not only being an active member verbally, lout on the extreme need of backing uj) his.01-her words with deeds (fi nancial). Mr. Manning said he had been five weeks travelling through the electorate with Mr. McGill, and was convinced that the Liberals could win the seat by putting up a solid fight, quoting figures showing that had the Liberals all voted last election Labor would have suffered defeat. Though it was proposed to join a piece of the Labor electorate (Cobar) on to the Lachlan elector ate, a...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

SALE OF A NOTED BATHURST PROPERTY HELD BY THE ONE FAMILY SINCE GOVERNMENT GRANT FIRST ISSUED. OVER . EIGHTY YEARS AGO. " MOUNT PLEASANT," Hain and Seariglit, Sydney (in conjunc tion with E. H. Taylor and Co. Bathurst) report having effected t.ie sale of this noted Estate, comprising 11,078 acres Freehold Lands, on account of Mr. Athol Stewart, the purchaser being Mr. A. C. Reid.. "Mount Pleasant" has been held in small areas by tenants for many years and, embracing as it doea, lucerne, uiaizej potato, wheat and oat lands, is eminently adapted for Closer Settlement. It is the intention of the purchaser to subdivide the property at an parly date into attractive areas and offer upon ex tended terms. Date of auction will be duly advertised by the Selling Agents, Hain and Searight, 12 Loftus Street, Syd ney, and E. H. Taylor and Co. Bathurst/ Dulgety and Co., Ltd., roport under date 0! 7th insUult that there has boon a very quiet wool iturkes aitioa last report, com paratively few sales ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT. Case Postponed to Next Court. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT. Cas« Postponed to Next Court. Joseph Theobald was charged that he did on July 2Sth, convert to_liis own use the sum of £10, the prop erty of the Forbes Freezing Com pany, Ltd. The accused, who was defended by Mr. Moloney, pleaded not guilty. Mr. White stated that he was not prepared to go on with the case ow ing to the short notice received. Mr. Moloney said he had no ob jection, and the accused was com mitted to take his trial at the next sessions to be held at Forbes or any j other court the Attorney General | may appoint. This concluded the sitting and the Court was adjourned sine die.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

SPORTING. (BY BAYARD.) The Orange Cup Meeting resulted in a profit of *82. * « * Mr. E. S. Halloran rode six winners at the Orange picnic races this week. He has gone on to Yass to ride there. * 0 Ifc The racing on the second day of the Orange picnic meeting was described as very warm, and we understand that in consequence one owner and rider are to be asked to resign from the club. «> ■ . » « We have to acknowledge receipt of a card programme of the Autumn meeting of Condobolin Jockey Club, to be held on April 17th. Five events are listed, carry ing £40 prize money. « <■ <. Mr. E Ingersole, the well known veteran horse owner and trainer, donated a 5 to the Orange hospital as the result of his win at the Orange Cup meeting. This is the second occasion on which Mr. Inger sole has given a donation to the funds of that institution. # # * We have been informed that the A J.C intend to take action against the Bathurst Turf Club for publishing tne evidence in the ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

Are Taken in Neglecting a Simple Case of I'iles. Any person lakes serious chances in neglecting an attack of Files, This ailment has the tendency to become chronic and there ia also a danger of ulceration and forming of fistula, both very difficult to cure. The safest remedy for any form of piles, whetner itching or protruding, is Doan'o Ointment. It causes no detention from daily oc cupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in every corner of the world. It enjoys a greater demand and more enthusi astic popularity than any other pile remedy ever placed on the market. Mr, Frederick Hornsby, Corilla, Trundle, this district, says: Doan's Ointment is the best preparation I have ever used. The complaint from which I suffered was Itching Piles, which had persecuted me for eight years. I tried all binds o£ \ remedies, but could never get any- I thing to relieve me of the irritat ion. I got Doan's Ointment and now 1 considor that it is the best j remedy for Itching Piles p...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sale of Racehorses. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

Sale of Racehorses. In Orange a succcssful ailo of racehorsu8 was hold ou Thursday, when the following lots worediupoaoi of : — On accouut of Kcenan Bros, " Tho Bridge "— gns. Mioieter, g g, I)r. Youll, Dubbo ... 33 Willaroou, b g, Mr. RBell (Orange),,, 121 Strathleo, b m, Mr. Stineon (Blayncy) 54 The Alchemist, Mr. Moulder (Cou dobolin) ... 30 Katplla, blk g, Mr. R. Stinson (Blayney) ... ... ; ... ... 60 Bombardt, eg, Mr. 81 Williama 42 Iavcrdc88a, c g, Mr, Joe Oshilt ... 50 Black Lad, blk g, passed at ... 25 A.J.R., eg, Mr. N.'. Iv'crs ' ... ... 50 Nicotine, brn in, Mr. Bert ISgun (Warren) ... ... ... ... 31 Brilliant Muid, oh rci, Mr. MuNeil .. 53 Brymedura, ch m (since sold privately to Dr. Youll, of DuW,) 100 Salt Bush Bill, br g, passed 40 Cannonbar, ch c, Mr. Bert Egan ... 50 On account Mr. R. Burton (Baurke)— Mura% eti g, Mr. W, U. Bowman ... ' 100 Account Mr, Hall— Gunport, br stallion, pamcd at ... .(o Account Mr. A, Townseiid—• Ostnic, bm in, Stanmore-Doily Grey, Mr. Whit...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wednesday, March 6th. A CASE FROM TRUNDLE. ALLEGED BREAKING AND ENTERING. VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

"Wednesday, March Gth. A CASE FROM TRUNDLE. ALLEGED BREAKING AND EN TERING. VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY. James Brown was charged . that life did at Trundle on January 27til break, enter and steal three valu able securetiea and three pieces of paper, the property of Hugh Camer cn, He was further charged with receiving. Mr. Broderick appeared for the accused who pleaded not guilty. The following jury were, empanell ed:—Messrs. J. Ii. Noakes, Is. J. Smith, E. Pavey, P. D. Leyne, J. W. Simmonds, R. Barker, W. Iu Sharp, IS.'J. C. Speck, J. Cobley, J. G. Bed die, M. Brown,. J. A. Fielder. Hugh Cameron stated: I am a printer and reside at Trundle. I print the "Times;" newspaper. On January 27th at eleven o'clock at night 1 locked up and went home. 1 returned to the office about 5.30 the following morning and found one of the doors opened. On Satur day night I left three cheques in a drawer on the table. I noticed that the drawer I put the cheques in was on the table and the. cheques were missing...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORBES QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Before His Honor Judge Docker. CALARIE GOLD STEALING CHARGES. BOTH ACCUSED ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Before His Honor Judge Docker. CALA1UI2 GOLD STEALING CILYKGliS. BOTH ACCUSED ACQUITTED. Ill last issue wo carried our re port of tlie evidence in the charges against William Tliomag Bettlston and Thomas Buckley, of having stol en gold slimes to the weight of (JO lbs. the property of James S. San derson, as far as the conclusion of Waiter Beulali's deposition. AddU tion.al evidence was given as under: Robert Goolagong, the tracker, gave evidence to tracking near the accused's eami>, and also being pre sent with Constable Cullen when lie found the oil can and the tin dish, etc. To Mr. Moloney: The country was very hard where I was tracking. 1 do not think the slippers produced would leave any tracks. To the Jury: l did not measure any tracks 1 was following. John Charles Henderson Mingaye, analyst of the Mines Department, gave particulars of his analysis of the substances taken from the cru cible and dish handed to him in Sydney by Constablo Cullen. The crucible...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

OVERCOME BY THE WONDER FUL BLOOD PURIFYING PRO PERTIES OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. A person Buffering from eruptions of the skin lias much to endure. It is not merely tlio discomfiture and irritation and painful sensation, but life? is made miserable by depression of spirits. The Liver is torpid and the Kidneys are partially inopera tive, and you feol languid and weak. The disease is in the blood, and when the systom is not cleansed through the usual channels Nature asserts herself and forces portions of the.im purities through the skin in the form of pimples, Boils, and Blotches. External remedies—powders, oint ments, lotions—only alleviate ; they do not get at the cause. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills get at the cause by removing the diseaso from the blood. They cleanso the system by stimu lating tho Liver and strengthening tho Kidneys, which filter the blood and throw off the impure matter through the regular channels. "About two weeks ago," writes Mrs. L. Brown, of Stewart ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERIOUS ASSAULT CHARGE. NOT GUILTY—BY DIRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

SXJKIOUa ASSAULT CliAKOilO. .NOT GUILTY — BY DIRECTION. Clyde Alexander Cook, 011 bail, was charged mat lie dm at a oi'oes on JJecemuer lUtn assault Joun jones, whereby ue occasioned him actual bodily nam. 'me accused, who was defended by Air. Moloney, iueadeu "guilty in self-defence," ana this was accepted as a plea. 01 not guilty. The following jury were empan elled: W, C. Wnervington, i\i. J. Smith, M. Gilmartin, j. F. McCann, it. Sliaw, W. Dawe, T. Doyle, E. T. i'ettitt, i£. J. Plunkett, H. iu. Kicli ardson, S. H. Dunford and A. Bed die. Di\ Deloliery deposed: Just after midnight 011 December 10th I ex amined JUr Jones & found a lineal iracture on the roof of the mouth and also injuries to his lip and two teeth broken off. I sent him to the Forbes hospital and treated him and he was discharged in a week cured. The injuries could have been caused by a blow from a fist. The injuries to the roof of ihe mouth had all the appearance of being caused by the stem of a pipe. Ther...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVIEWS OF REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

r" ia:\ jinv8 of kevuswh. " The Review of Reviews " for March 5s a tEOst readable volume. There is a remarkable article on " Who are the Twenty Greatest Men a symposium of the opinions of some of the men most (qualified to speak upon the scores of men 5ti the world's history who have the riglit to be placed on the list. An interview •with Mr. Lloyd George makes plain to every reader the inside meaning of the English Insurance Bill. A scathing article ;s that on the British censorship. The outlook on the world's maga^ises is as a wide oae.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forbes Lawn Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

annual meeting. The annual meeting of the Forbes Tenuis Club was held at the School of Arts on Wednesday night. Mr. A. JD. Stevenson was voted to the chair, and there were also present Messrs Campbell, Stanley, Savage, Brodcriek, Euuuett, JMcKellar, Lowe and McPliee. The secretary read the annual re port, which is as follows: "We have pleasure in presenting the report and balance sheet of the club for the past season, which shows a credit balance ol £3 15s lOd. Subscriptions amounted to £40 17s 6d as against £-18 Is for the previous year, 55 players being on the rolls. We have £3 5s 3d yet to come in from subscriptions. A very satisfactory Cinderella Dance was held on 22nd June, which resulted in a net profit of a little over £9. The expenditure for balls continues to bo large, but now the wire netting has been further heightened we expect no losses to take place, and the top dressing of the courts, amounting to £9, has been paid for, which leaves us a clear commencement, for the co...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

Test Your Own Sight SYDNEY LEADING OFTIC1AMS Gtorgo street, SYDNEY, HAVE for umny years been supplying spectacles by post l>y the aid of a set of sight testers. We have fitted thousands of country clients by this very reliable and satiafuutoiy method. If your eyes trouble you when reading or sewiug send for our sight testers with instructions and price list. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OK MONEY REFUNDED Robgy Foitable and Traclion Engines CASH Oil TKKAIS. ARTHUR LISPLASTRllfiU & CO., Tramway Balloon Loop. Circular Quay, Sydney. V 9 Elf SATISFACTION Vil No. 1120—9ct. Gold Circle, set Tur quoise Centre, and Pearls, 18/6. No. 1085—Vet. Gold Circle Brooch, set with Amethysts, 17/6. No. 107-4—9ct. Gold Circle 15 r o n c li Floral Spray Centre, 15/-, No. 1093—9ct. Fancy Brooch, Amethyst Centre, 13/6. No. (066—9cl. G:>M F ancy Circle Brooch, <et !V.\rN and Amethyst, 10/m No. 1121—9ct. Gold Fancy Bar and Circic Brooch, Garnet Centre* 12/6. No. 1123—9ct. Gold Fancy Brooc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

Owing to iiicrcueed initronago, | Has opened Large and i New Premises in Coudoboliu Roud.) RANKIN ST. Both the Runkiu Street; premises will le available for patrons. Cool Stables. Clean Bedding. Accommodation for 50 Horses and Vehicle under cover, ROM'S Llll. STABLES,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Sporting Letter. BY LOOKER ON. "The Looker-on Sees most of the game." THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

! Sydney Sporting Letter, J3Y LiOOKJOH ON. "Tlie Looker-on Soes moat jjaruo." 1 TillO TUKI'1. Canterbury Park (Sydney) meeting oil Saturday was marked by heavy going, small fields, moderate attendance, a twelve-months disqualification and the failure of four favorites. # «> # The disqualification happened in con nection with tiic first race, but it didn't eseicisc a stiaining influence upon certain people who started nags in other events. Osmo was due for a win in the Flying Handicap, 6f., which opened the pro gramme, and on the surface the market (7 to I) seemed alright. But my elect had other plans laid out for him at the eleventh hour, and he finished third, behind Ayr shire Maid (," to I) and the 7 to 4 favorite, Peronella. Ayreline was fourth and there were only two others. The stipendiary system, roused from its long sleep steward by the recent storms or something, re mained awake long enough to hand a year's disqualification to Osmo, his lessee and trainer, R. Scott, and t...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Income Tax Amending Bills. DISCUSSED IN THE ASSEMBLY. IS THE MONEY NEEDED? [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 9 March 1912

Income Tax Amending Bills. DISCUSSED IN THE ASSEMBLY. IS THE MONEY NEEDED? On the motion of Mr. Dacey it was agreed in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday tnat the House would on its next sitting day resolve itself into a Com mittee of the Whole to consider the ex pediency of bringing in a bill to amend the Income Tax Act of I9II. Mr. Dacey then moved the second read ing of the Income Tax (Management) Bill. He bet;an by referring to the measures which had occupied the attention of the House before the Christmas adjournment. There had been an undertaking that the Minister would fix the rate of the tax on the produce of property in the shape of rents the same as that on other incomes. He was asked what thai rate would be, and.lie said he could not tell them. That caused a lot of trouble in the Council, but it appeared that there was an understand ing that the rates should be precisely the same as those fixed in the schedule to the Act of I9I1. Anyhow, a misunderstanding arose, and he ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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