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PARKES—BOGAN GATE—TULLAMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
PARKES—BOGAN GATE—TULLA\x=req-\ MOBE. JUOWN. Arr. Dep a.m. a.m. PARKES ....;. 9.25 Bogan Gate 10.50 11.10 p.m. p.m. Trundle .....12.5 12.35" TULLAMORE ....... 2.20 ' Tuesday, Thursday,: and Saturday. UP. Arr. Dep. p.m. p.m. TULLAMORE ....... 12.20 Trundle . ...... . . . 1.55 2.30 Bogan Gate 3.25 3.45 PARKES . . . . . ...... 5.20 v Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. FORBES—CONDOBOLIN LINE. DOW;N. Arr. Dep. ' a.m. a.m. FORBES ........... 7.55 PARKES \ ; 8.52 9.25 Bogan Gate ........ .""*0.50 11.10 p.in. . CONDOBOLIN ...... 1.35 ^ Monday, Wednesday, and Friday."" 'UP. Arr. Dep.^ p.m. p.m. CONDOBOLIN ...... . 1.0 Bogan Gate ........ 3.25 3.45 PARKES 5.20 6.20 FORBES 7.15 Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
CUMNOCK. (From Our Own Correspondent). The weather still continues dry and hot, although the liottest registered so far is 102 degrees. On Saturday last Mr Jas. Leary, a butcher, was, taken from here to Molong hospital, suffering with what was supposed to be blood poisoning, but on examination ,U was found that Mr Leary was suffering from anthrax. It is supposed the disease contacted through handling a had died from some un\x=req-\ cause. Dr. Howse, of Or\x=req-\ ge, was brought to Molong (through the Molong doctors), and together with the last named, has so far beaten the dreaded disease, and Mr Leary is now doing remarkably well. Mr A. Job, of Yullundry, met with a painful accident on Monday last through his horse falling on him. Although no bones were broken, Mr Job suffered much agony, and after being treated by Dr. Neumann, was able to return to his home. Two valuable blood fillies, owned by Mr R. Bruce, left here on Monday to enter Mr I. Earnshaw's stables, in Sydney, for trai...
MAIL TIME TABLE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
Mail time table, MONDAY. 7.15 a.m.—Parlies, Bogan Gate, Condobolin Station, Burrawang Station. 11.30.—Calarie. -Sydney. T.P.O. No. 2, BauT^gte>jB|Young, Cowra, Melbourne, Parkes, TicliDorne' ijarH^^Tgie, Goolagong, Nanima, and Toman\x=req-\ bil via Cowra, Grenfell via T.P.O., Trundle and Bogau Gate via Parkes (late fee, 4.5 p.m.).
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
rmnTcmT Goolagong and Cowra met last Sunday at Cowra, for the first time for many years, wrien the former won after a very exciting game. We' congratulate our Goolagong cricket team on their victory. Following are the Goolagong scores: — Goolagong C.C. R. Beath, c Adams, b Castles . . 64 T. M'Inness, b P. Phillips .... 6 H. Stack, b F. Phillips 28 Jack Haydon, b Castles 6 J. Stack, c J. Hennessy, b F. Phillips ,.6.\x=req-\ S. Pearce, run out ..... .,_y. 1 Jim Haydon, b Phillips . 4 — Farnsworth, not out .7.. ... 17 M. Collings, b Castles ; 7 J. M'Gorinack, c and b Castles . . 11 .Jerry, thrown out . . 1 Sundries 18 Total ' 169 The main scores for Cowra were J. Dean 25, and L. "Worrall 22, their total score being 148. The return match will be played at Goolagong on next Sunday week (18th inst.).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
The Albion, COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL. ONE OF THE HOMES OF THE WEST. GEO. DAN VERS, PROPRIETOR. THE VAftSDEftiBERG. JOSEPH MURPHY has pleasure in announcing that he has taken over the license and full control of the above well-known Family and Commercial Hotel, and hopes to retain the generous support that has been accorded the house during his management of the past two years. J08EPHMURPHY, The Vandenberg Hotel, FORBES. Post Office Hotel, FORBES E. E. RICHARDSON, PROPRIETOR. METROPOLITAN HOTEL, CORNER RANKIN & TEMPLAR STREETS, FORBES. J. J. MJRON, Having obtained a lease of the above well-known and centrally-situated hotel, solicits the patronage of the public generally Splendid accommodation for travellers and visitors. Large and well ventilated apartments, all of whicli have Veen refurnished. Hot and cold water baths. Sample rooms. Only Best Brands Liquors Kept. First Class Cuisine—Two Tables. TARIFF REDUCED. CALL AND SEE THE PROPRIETOR IPhone 85. I have to Thank the Pu...
AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND WHEAT GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND (Issued, by the Department of Agriculture). WHEAT GROWING. In the January number of the "Agricultural i Gazette," Departmental officers give some very useful and practical information concerning the production of wheat. The manager, Bathurst State Farm (Mr Peacock), refers to the production of pure seed-wheat and its improvement. Much has been done in improvement. Much has been done in improving the yielding powers of wheat by the Department, but intelligent farmers should continue the work of improvement. They should be enabled to do this to a greater extent than is possible at the Government institutions. Mr Peacock points out that while the Department has produced, as part of its business ,new varieties of wheat,, and has tested such, the adaptation of these varieties to a farmer's local conditions, and the further improvement of the varieties by selection, should be the farmer's business. The Department is in a posit...
THE HALL MARK OF EXCELLENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
THE HALL MARK OF EXCELLENCE. ! Whenever we purchase gold or sil\x=req-\ j ver ware we look very carefully for the, hall mark, to satisfy ourselves i that the goods we' are purchasing are of the uality which they are represented to be. In most branches of manufacture theer is some firm whose name stands out pre-eminent, and whose manufactures, by general acknowledgment, are accepted as the hall mark of excellence. For instance, in cream separators, the "Alfa-Laval" stands out pre-eminently above all others. When a person uses an "Alfa-Laval" machine he knows full well that he is on a good wicket; he knows that consideration of cost is never allowed to influence the "Alfa-Laval" Company, but that everything which money can .procure, and knowledge, brains, and experience suggest, is all borught to bear on the manufacture of the "Alfa-Laval" Machines, with the result that the modern "Alfa\x=req-\ Laval" Separators considerably exceed one and a quarter million. This is a most eloquent an...
ERRORS IN DRENCHING ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
ERRORS IN DRENCHING ANIMALS. Stockowners complain that, although they follow the departmental directions in preparing and administering drenches to animals, they experience more losses than should occur. Mr Max Henry, M.R.C.V.S., of the Stock Department, in an article in the January number of the "Agricultural Gazette," directs attention to the matter. He says that no drench is recommended that has not been put through the practical test, and it is difficult to understand why bad results should supervene. Generally, one is inclined to attribute the cause to unintentional over-doing, dosing too hurriedly, and so causing choking, to undissolved particles of arsenic being given in the drench, and so on. Some recent cases reported, however, suggest grave errors in the quantity of the drug being administered, on account of the varied weights and measures r in common use. In one instance the Department recommended that so many grains of arsenic should go to a pint of water. In mixing it, ...
GOOLAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
GOOLAGONG. (From Our Own Correspondeat). Master James Bartley, who has been an inmate of the Cowra hospital for some time, is so far recovered as to be expected home on Sunday. The weather has been very dry, and oppressively hot. Both water and grass are scarce. The atmosphere is full o£ smoke, from bush fires, which are blazing not too many miles from here. Mr W. Hodge has had the misfortune to lose his valuable trotter and two other horses from eating wheat. Mr Edward Culgan underwent "an operation at Grenfell on Tuesday for hydatids. Mrs Alderson went to Orange recently, owing to ill-health, and is now reported to be much better. Some of the farmers have started to plough, and it is expected th'at a good deal of ground will be turned over. One of the new buildings Mr Bo\x=req-\ land is erecting is now almost completed. Mrs M'Inerny, who has been away on a visit to Orange, returned this week. Mr Proctor and family are leaving the district next week.
MUSKETRY SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
MUSKETRY SHOOTING. ... Following is the result of musketry shooting, Table B, in connection with the local rifle club, for the month of January, 1912.— Marksmen.—N. G. M'Millan 172, D. J. Herbert 171, A. E. Herbert 167, II. E. Wool ley 155, V. IB. M'Millan 152, W. W. Myring 151, E. S. My\x=req-\ ring 150. First Class Shots.—G. lffland 133, J. Attenborough 133. Second Class Shots.—A. M. Tel-, ford 129, H. Thorncroft 127, R. B. M'Millan 125. Third Class Shots.—R. Herbert 112, H. Langford 109, W. Archer 91, H. Archer 85. TABLE A. First Grade.—A. C. Hadfield 190, f Roy M'Millan 180, H. J. Greenhalgh 177, J. Hosie 174, R. Telford 169, M/O'Dea 168, W. Banham 164. Second Grade.—W. E. Justilius 159, R. W. T. Loftus 158, C. L. Kingsley 157, R. Tobin 156, J. Niven 156, ,1. Messner 148, John Green\x=req-\ halgh 137, T. Hough 135, R. O. Douglas 133, L. C. Marshall 133. Mr N. G. M'Millan's trophy for best shooting on first day of musketry, Table B, was won by Mr N. G. M'Millan, the popular capta...
SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
SATURDAY. 11.30 a.m.—Calarie, Bedgeraboug, Condobolin, Nowlands, Yarra Yarra, Carrawobitty, Eulorno, Traversdale, M'Phillamy's, Raw\x=req-\ lin's, Hall's, Hope, Gemalong, . • Porter's, Kennedy's, Sweeney's, Bogandillon, Cadow, Morgan Bros.', Borambil, Monwonga, Pretoria, Warroo Police, Corin\x=req-\ ella, Anderson's, Weelong, Speck's, Glenyarra, Uali, Russell's, Pearce's, Amor, Chandler's, Leslie's, Warangla, Barity's, Boyd, Scott's, Tregal\x=req-\ ana. 3.55 p.m.—Sydney, T.P.O., Batliurst, Orange, Molong, Young, Cowra, Melbourne, Cookamidgera, Parltes, Daroobalgie, Tichborne. (Late fee, 4.5 p.m.).
TRAJERE v. CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
TRAJERE v. CANOWINDRA. A. meritorious victory awaited the local Trajere Club on their first visit to Canowindra, on 3rd inst., when^ after Canowindra had notch of 119 runs, followfl^SjPucompiled j^haj^m^«|jJa|((rof 211 for six wisPw^m "lulled in which was a century to W. My ring (retired), D. Herbert 53, and V. M. Mi I lan (retired) in. Scores: — Canowindra. Grant, c Myring, b Boyd 13 Andrews, b Myring 5 Finn, b E. Ditton 14 Biddulph, run out . . . 14 A. Matthews, c J. Ditton, b D. Herbert 4 F. Matthews, c Shine, b D. Herbert 0 L. Biddulph, b E. Ditton ... . 10 Blatchford, b Myring 4 Sheppard, b Boyd .. .... .. 14 Bainbridge, b F. Herbert . .V. "29 M'Laehlan, not out ...... .... ' 0 Sundries 12 Total . 119 Bowling analysis.—W. Myring, 2 for 32; T). Herbert, 2 for 37; A. 2 F .Herbert, 1 for 9; 'Mi«SSR|J for 5; E. Ditton, 2 for 6. Trajere. E. Ditton, b F. Mathews 2 R. M'Millan, b F. Matthews .... 5 A. Boyd, b Grant • • ■ 12 W. Myring, retired ......... 100 D. Herbert, c Grant, b Matth...
District News EUGOWRA. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
District. News EM8WW. (From Our Representative). GENERAL. A contingent of pigeon shooters, comprising Messrs \V. W. Myring and L. Laneyrie, after competing in the shooting events at Forbes on Anniversary Day with fair success, journeyed, in company with a Forbes contingent, to Bathurst, where they again competed with further success. After the open events were completed, a challenge match was arranged between Forbes-Eugowra and Bathurst, and resulted in a win for the local boys by 3 birds. This is a meritorious win on the part of our shooters, as Bathurst were reputed to have never lost a match formerly in the hundred or more competed in over a space of many years. Mr J. J. Sheehy, auctioneer and commission agent, reports the sale of Mr M. O'Dea's Meadowbank property to Mr G. W. Armstrong, of Cranbury, at a satisfactory figure. The following will represent the Eugowra Rifle Club in a match against Bumbury, on these latter's ground on Saturday, 10th inst., viz.: —N. G. M'Millan (capt...
WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
WEDNESDAY. 7 a.m.—Partes, Bogan Gate, Trundle, Condobolin. 11.30 a.m.—Calarie. 11.30 a.m.—Yarra Yarra, Anderson's, Speck's, Weelong, Glen ■ yarra, Uah, Pearce's, Russell's, Amor, Chandler's, Leslie's, "War\x=req-\ angla, .Barry's, Boyd, Scott's, Tregalins. 3.55 p.m.—Sydney, T.P.O., Bathurst, Orange, Young, Cowra, Melbourne, Molong, Cookamidgera, Parkes, Tichborne, Daroobalgie,, also Goolagong, "Wenz's, and Tomanbil (via Cowra), Grenfell (T.P.O.), Trundle and Bogaa Gate (via Parkes). Gate (via Parkes). (Late fee, 4.5 pm.). O.30 p.m.-—Eugowra.
TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
TUESDAY. 11.30 a.m.-:—Calarie. ■> 11.30 a.m.—Condonoiin, Newland's, Badgerabo.ng, M'P.hillamy's, Hall's, Rawlin 3, Jemalong, Kennedy's, Sweeney's, Bogandillon, Porter's, Cadow, Morgan Bros.', Hope, Borambil, Monwonga, Pretoria, Warroo Police, Carra\x=req-\ wobbity, Eulomo, Traversdale, Dunns (Fairview), Donkin's, Corrinella. 3.55 p.m.—Sydney, T.P.O., Bathurst, Orange, Young, Cowra, Melbourne, Molong, Cookamidgera, Parkes, Ticliborne, ,l Daroobalgie. (Late fee, 4.5 p.m:'). 9.30 p.m.—Eugowra.''Ctaj/ra. .Goola\x=req-\ gong, GrenfellJ Wenz's, Ooma
THE STRIKE. IPSWICH RAILWAY MEN RESUME. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
THE STRIKE. IPSWICH RAILWAY MEN RESUME; Brisbane, Thursday. The Minister for Railways states that 1314 of the men employed at the railway workshops at Ipswich have gone back to work. The number mentioned constitutes practically the whole stall of the workshops. , The Trades Hall declares it is undismayed by the news from Ipswich. Mr Coyne, leader of the strike committee, said it was immaterial whel tlier the Ipswich men came out in th* first place, as a big percentage of them were non-unionists. Trams are running in the principal streets more frequently, but it is reported from a reliable source that the supply at the power house is sufficient only for about eight weeks. The shops are open in great numbers, but trade is slack. Mr Badger, the tramway manager, stated to-day that SO cars are running. He is confident of success; and says he has plenty of coal. Tie has received numerous • applications' for employment. None of the wharf-laborers .arc working, ,and everything is quiet abou...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 9 February 1912
THE WEATHER. The thermometer at the Post Office is the truest record of sun-heat, because it is a double-louvred box, placed out in the open sun. . Every post office where records are supplied to the Federal Government is furnished with the same type of box, and that box is supposed to be, and, awaiting contradiction, is ptocea in the'sun without any shade to obscure it. The post office thermometer during the past week has been; consistently registering over lOOdeg. Fah., and the heat lias been accompanied by an extraordinary humidity in the atmo\x=req-\ phere. There was a culmination on Wednesday, but it only resulted in a violent dust-storm. There was no thunderstorm to clear the air, and only six points of rain fell—not enough to lay the dust. The shopkeepers in town have been doing double-time in dusting, and the gene\x=req-\ feeling of those who have to keep shop windows clean is that dust\x=req-\ storms are . -• .