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FIRE IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
Fllili IN QUEENSLAND. A disastrous lire occurred early this morning at Pittswortli, Queens land. live business premises being destroyed. Tlie lire was still rag ing this morning, but fortunately there was little chance of the con flagration spreading. The lire spread so rapidly in its early stages that very quickly the whole block was a seething mass of flames. Mhere was no hope of saving the buildings or contents.
Forbes Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
Forbes Land Board. A meeting of U>o Louni Land Board for Uic land >lititriot of Morbus will bo holj in tin; court house, at Forbes, commencing at 10 'i.in., 011 2-U.h January, when tho follow ing eases will be considered : — Kiist Day. Applications for Permission to Transfer, j (J P. 11 12, J. J. Constable to JS. 0. I Pu»w. U. P. 10 38, J. Hrtlliduy to J. J. Con j stable. i Consideration, j 0 P. 11-11, con, of Fott. Ls., C. A. ' Uadncdga A.C.P. 11—1(5, con of Sp. Ls., C. P. ,Spies. A.C.P., 11-J7, con. of Sp. L«., D. Dun ford. A.C.I?., 11-51, con of Sp. Ls.,C. Morton. Applications to Vary Conditions. Sp.'Ls. 0Glf>, D. Dmiford.
Second Day. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
Second D.iy. Application for ICxtcrrion of Term. C L. 270, Ooldsltroiigh Mori uuS Cu. O.L. 3-152, G. H. Pcngilly. Sp. La. *13IS ami oI-M, H. A. Sharp. Inquiry vi; Conditions. So. Ls. SO, II. A. Sli-.u-p. O.P. OS-1-1 etc., A. Kennedy. Coi]siilc!i':aion. Sp. La 11-30, A. Murria.
The Railway Commissioners. TREASURER FAVORS ABOLITION [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
The Railway Commis sioners. treasurer favors abolition The State Treasurer (Mr. Dacey) replying- to a deputation of railway workers, made igsnificaut remarks on Friday in regard to tlie system of railway control in New South Wales. Hie Minister did not etraiglitout declare that the present system— administration by commission— should be forthwith abolished, but he declared that it was for the peo ple to say how long the system of administration by a Chief Commis sioner was to continue. Further more, ho made it clear that he was tired of existing conditions. The deputation which waited up on the Treasurer represented the Railway Workers and General Lab ourers' Association, and it asked for the redress of grievances. The mem bers of the deputation explained that some time ago, when Mr. McGowen was Minister for Railways, heads of certain departments were called together in conference with a view to putting men engaged in similar work on an equal footing. This conference had met, but th...
Saturday's Cricket. SOUTH FORBES v. FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
Saturday's Cricket, SOUTH FORBES v. FORBES. The Forbes cricket competition was ad vanced a further stage on Saturday when the two town clubs, South and Central Forbes, met on the cricket ground. The result was a drawn game. South Forbes batted first and ran up the substantial to tal of 261, towards which Shields contribu ted m before he was caught out. His score included three sixers and seven fourers. At the close of the play the Forbes team had lost seven wickets for 137, the highest contributor being Farrand, with 49, when he was stumped. The bowling honors were evenly distributed. Scores are apended South Forbus. Boulton, c Gaggin, b Farrand ... 25 Rose, b Elliott ... ,v ... 4 Einmett, b Elliott 0 Thomas, b Elliott ... 32 Shields, c Farrand, b Summers ... Ill Ellis, b Elliott 0 Coram, b Gaggin ... 29 W. Green, b Gaggin 0 Sutton, c Gaggin, b Summers ... ... 29 S. Green, b Summers ... ... 17 Lynch, not out 0 Sundries ... ... 14 Total ... 261 Bowling analysis.—C Gaggin 2 for 50, V....
THE FORBES TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1912 THE SHIRE COUNCIL AND ROAD MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
THE FORBES TIMES. ! WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1912 THE SHILUO COUNCIL ASD ROAD MAKING. I he decision of the Jenuilong Shire Couucil ou Saturday last to spend some eleven hundred pounds in. ad ding a spccial road locomotive to its road construction plant seems to be well warranted. The case in sofar as saving in the outlay in volved by frequent large contracts is concerned was fully made out b> a comparative statement compilec l'y the engineer, .Mr. Booth, some months ago, and which was pub lished in these columns at the time. Hut the present is an opportune oc casion to re-publish the comparison, in view of the protest lodged by a number of ratepayers in the form of a petition to the Council. It was shown by I\lr. Booth that on the works carried out with the assist ance of the present plant—ii tract ion engine and set of trucks—up to the time he made the analysis of the expenditure, there was an overage saving of 15 per' cent, in the cost of the work as done by the Council as agains...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. STOCK RETURNS TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
LOCAL AND GENERAL. STOCK KETUKNS TO-DAY. The secretary of the Pastures Pro tection Board asks for a final remin der to be given to stock owners that returns of all stock held by i hem must be given in the pre scribed form not later than to-day, 10th inst. This is the last day al lowed by the law, and the owners c>f all stock which liavo not been accounted for will hereafter be lia ble to prosecution.
FRIDAY'S RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
FRIDAY'S KAINFAIiL. The rainstorm which came up on Friday afternoon continued well in to the night, and for an hour or two steady rain fell in the town and around the districts, though as has become customary the registrations varied considerably. In Forbes up to nine o'clock on Satur day morning the registration was 25 points ; Marsden had 4 6 points, Cudal 04, Molong G3, Parkes 12!>, Orange 64, Young 20, Wellington !)!)
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. T. McCooper, of the firm of Messrs. E, Weaver and Co., returned to Forbes on Monday after a fortnight's holiday in the metropolis. We have just received card programmes of the Bathurst Turf Club anniversary meeting, carrying £430 in prize money, on 26th and 27th January, and also of the Parkes Jockey Club's annual meeting on March 13th and 14th, for which the prize money allotted is £220. Mr. H. C. Betfs, of Molong, was on a brief visit on Monday to Forbes, whence he proceeded to Burrawang. It will be remembered that Mr. Betts recently pur chased part of the area of Burrawang es tate that was offered in subdivision. We understand that an arrest was made at Grenfell last week in connection with the alleged theft from Mr. Bathgate's resi dence on North Hill of a valuable draught horse. The accused was remanded to Forbes police court, 011 bail, and the case is to come on for hearing to-day, Wednes' day. A Government Savings Bank notice in another column asks for all pa...
SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
SCHOOI, OF A UTS COMMITTEE. A meeting of the committee of the School of Arts was held on Friday evening last. Owing to the ansence from town of the president, Mr. Walsh, and others and the illness of still another member, the at tendance was only moderate. Mr, J. H, Bates was voted to the chair. The min utes of the previous meeting were con firmed, and accounts amounting to £38 I0s 5d passed for payment. It was re ported the subsidy due from the Govern ment had not yet come to hand, and pend ing receipt of the amount, £50, the chair man was authorised to interview the man ager of the committee's bank with the ob ject of arranging for an increase of the overdraft on the account. Since the meeting, however, the secretary, Mr. Farrand, has received a notification that the amount had been authorised for pay ment from the State Treasury.
THE SIX DAYS' WHEEL RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
THI'j SIX WAYS' WHEKIj ItVCIS. The great six days' bicycle race on the Sydney cricket ground was concluded on Saturday night at five minutes past ton o'clock. A. Goulett, whose team mate was 1\ Hehir, was the winner. The distance covered by the two in the six days was L'OSti miles 1GS0 yards, and Goulett secured the victory by spr inting home in the final lap just ahead of Grenda (team mate G. Walker), and It. J. McNamara (mated with F.. Corry) who cov ered the same distance as the win ning team and were placed second and third respectively. The two For bes riders, P. B. Henry and A. L. Crook, finished in sixth place, hav ing covered 208G miles 11.70 yards— a matter of 510 yards less than the winning team. The finish of the race provided a very fine sprint be tween the placed men.
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
GENERAL S^OTES. Much has been written and even more suggested about- the possibil ity of leading Australian cricketers refusing to. go to England next .season if the Board of-Control per sists in the determination to send a non-playing secretary, whose salary will be paid by the Board out of ils share of the takings, but'-. whose travdUng-ftxpenses will be included in the accounts of the team. Therci seems, however, a lot of mystery as to who are the play ers in question. On this score it is pointed out I hat ilih has not given utteranco to any statements of the kind. Neither has Trumper. Nor have Bavdsiey, Hansford, Macart ney, Armstrong, Carter, Whitty, Kellewav, Cotter, or Hordern. i hese arc the only players certain of selection for the next tour. They are the kind of men who, if they held an opinion sncli as has been attributed u, " e.-rlain leading players,"^ would not he afraid to air it. 1 hey are not of the sort who would get others to lire bullets prepared by them in secre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
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A HIGHLAND GATHERING CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
HIGH LAM) GATHERING UIOCTIOX. In the list of awards at the Caledonian Society's Highland gathering, as published in our issue of last Wednesday, it was made to appear that the winner of second prize in the novice cycling handicap was F. Tomlcns. Wcnowlearnthatthiswasan eiror, and that the rider to secure the second place was A. West- He rail sec ond starting from scratch, in the second heat of the race, and followed up this per iormatice by being similarly placed in tlie final, and he has since received the prize money which it was first understood was due to Tomlens
Bathurst and the W.D.R.A. THE QUESTION OF REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 January 1912
Bathurst and the W.D.R.A. QUESTION OF REPRESEN TATION. Tlio ofiicials of the Batliurst Turf Clu state that now that the A.J.C. lias upheld the club's appeal against the decision of the W.D.ll.A, in fe fusing to grant January 2G and 27 as the dates for its annual race meeting, steps should be taken to prevent a repetition of the exclus ion of an important club like Batli urst from representation on the As sociation's executive. It is sugges ted that the constitution of the as sociation should be amended to de fine "a race club." So far as representation on the association is concerned the case for the Batliurst club was put by one of its officers in an interview. "At present," he said, "practically any body which holds a race meeting may secure affiliation and represen tation. This obviously is not in accord with the spirit of the objects of the association, and, in the ab sence of the constitution, must soon er or later develop into a positive menace. There is nothing more na tural ...