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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

[a CARlXl Di/ and Night Telephone 103. Funeral Director. Ra.nkSn-street, FORBES. C5T An Up-to-dau MOURNING CARRIAGE at Patrons' service. ryaaumgipyrearasg!•«"r*---v*.w.«■— u trj I'STU 1885. Tel. 59. W. E' LU'I'HJiii, —THU LK-vDING— Funeral Director, .Rankin Street, Forbes.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AMD GENERAL. THE DEPUTY MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

LOCAL AMD GENERAL THE DKL'L'TV M.VYOK. At the meeting of the Council held on Tuesday night the Mayor (Aid. Ddwards) mentioned that he would be leaving Forbes for a month or two shortly and he would like a deputy Mayor appointed. It was unanimously decided that Aid. Hunter be appointed to the position. Aid. Hunter in returning thanks for the nomination, said he would do his best to fill the position during the Mayor's absence, and he quite appreciated the honor confered on him by ! his brother aldermen.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Forbes Times. SATURDAY, MARCH l6th, 1912. Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

The Forbes Times. SATURDAY, MARCH lCtli, 1912 iotes of the Week. Much interesting speculation has keen centred round tho "feelers " put out by two of ihc leading : State Ministers, Messrs Beeby and Griffith, as to the Liberal elector ates which they will storm at the j next elections with a view to the eviction of the present Liberal rep resentatives. Mr. Beeby a couple of weeks ago allowed it to be gen erally understood that ho would stand against Mr. Fitzpatriuk for Orange. But latterly his ardour for this contest lias apparently cooled off, in the face of confident predic tions of his political opponents and tho palpable timidity of his friends that his place in the polling would not be on top. And while tit the annual show tit Oberon (in his pre sent electorate of Bluyney) last week the Minister for Lands inti mated that he also had under con sideration tiie prospect of standing against Mr. Miller for the new Ba thurst constituency. But here he is up against his colleague of (he...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Forbes Times. SATURDAY, MARCH 16th, 1912. HIGH SCHOOL FOR FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

The Forbes Times. SATURDAY, MARCH 16th, 1912. HIGH SCHOOL FOR FORBES. The decision of the annual meet ing of the Parents and Citizens Association last week to make ap plication to the Department of Pub lie Instruction for the establishment of a High School in Forbes is one that commends itself as timely and reasonable. During the last iev years there has been a growing feeling in favor,of the decentralisa tion of the provisions by the Stati for wha.t is termed secondary as distinguished from primary educat ion. This feeling" found definite voice in the institution of "district' schools' as a class higher than the " superipr public " schools which were the best establishments avail able to the youths and maidens of country centres of from six to ten j-ears ago. These met the require ments for a, time of our rapidly ad vkneing ideas of the facilities need ed for the mental training of the young. But now we ha,ve reached a still further stage in the march of educational methods. This s...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

Comfort Counts in a Man's Footwear. Of course it does >no matter how saiart in appearance, how stylish in in shape—how expensive in price—■ if they are not comfortable and easy fitting—they are useless. We take particular pains to give a correct fit to every man.. no matter what price he pays. Our stock of Men's Footwear which comes direct to us from Marshall's and other up-to-date Manufacturers includes only reliable goods that are serviceable-and easy fitting. We are now showing a particularly fine display of Men's Glace Kid Boots with sewn soles, .also in Box Calf with welted soles. They are the acme of comfort and style'.. real good wearers too, a smart boot for Summ6r Wear. The prices range from Ss lid to 18s 6dL Wo would like you to aeo those Values. Yours to Boot, FORBESv SCIENTIFIC CURE FOR RHEUMATISM. From Mr. T. L. 13wart, Bcacli Iload, Solomonlown, Port Pirio, S.A., i!Gtli November, 1!)10. "For some years, X suffered- from per sistent attacks of rheumatism, from .Which...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No £2000 a Year Man. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

v • No £2000 a Year Man. Mr. George W. Perkins, wlio recently resigned his partnership in the J. IVMor gan bunking establishment In order Unit lie plight devote his timo studying prob lems o£ capital and labor, declares that tlio American business world is (suffering from a dearth of men capable of earning salaries of £2000 and more. Mr. Perkins recalls a statement recently made by Mr. lOdison, the inventor, that a "New York man was looking for a couple of £2000 a year men the other day, and lie could not find tlicin. There were plenty of £G00 men, but no £2000 men." The head of a new meat combine formed in the United States to eari'y on business in Brazil will receive £10,000 a year.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pars About People. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

Til s cablegrams reported ia No vember hist year that Tchakirdji, the most notorious of modern brig amU had been- killed. The chief had GOO murders to his discredit, and is alleged to have collected no less than £200,000 in ransoms On one occasion Tchakirdji appeared one evening in the market place of the village of Gureli, in the prov ince o£ Smyrna, accompanied b> e:ghc men. Going to the house of the head man, he ordered that tue inhabitants—there are only some 5u families in the village—should be assembled. With fear and trembl ing the order was obeyed. Stand ing contemptuously with his little group of followers in the midst of\ the crowd, Tchakirdji intimated that the first business of the even ing would bo the provision of supp er for himself and his men. The elders explained with deep obeisanco that the resources of the village were so low that nothing but the most meagre provisions were avail able. Tchakirdji consented to waive the supper. He would now, he said, proceed to...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

Forbes Motor Garage. Summers & Peppercorn. $3®T©!$ E?X?£RT&'«* €&-.Ss*.KAIL EatfCiftlSk'&S, ft-epair Work Promptly and Skilfully Executed VULCANISING by H. F. Process, always ready. 0ra;3 Stored Washed and Polished. Ail Accessories Stooked NOTE—Night Bell for Use when Garage 13 Closed. Telephone 163. Best Equipped Garage in Forbes. Wt Biaisrit® ri©w imsii A By f#Sd Fi'«ccKS, Be less if Temper.. , ERS8 POKGE SETS On SO Days' Trial, && Ms. Moore Street, SYDNEY. WOOLGROWIHCI ife YOUR BUSINESS WGOLSELsJiSSG 8s. OURS. We ave as keen to please you, as you ave to top the market. We 1 devote all our time and energy to the selling of pastoral products ; and our clients get the benefit of a lifetime of experience in this special work. The satisfaction of each individual Client has been our stepping stone to success. Cars n, Ltd. 43 Bridge Sydney NEW WHEAT. . TO WHSAT-CaROW^K© : If you have not secured the best prices in the past, write to 2 S.Y ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

FOR THE IV!AN ON THE LAND. These Nolo? arc issued every week, under the personal supervision of the. Hon. J. L. Trcfl«5, Minister 0? Apiculture, and are based mainly on the experiments of the Department-. The department can solve many problems concerning Uu; land and production whieh would bo impracticable to the individual producer. departments of Agriculture are. irreat educative forces in all countries dependent upon their primary resources. They may be rei^trded as central representative agencies, from which springs the material fo; the pursuance of improved methods in "utilising the soil. The Minister seeks the rural press as a medium for disseminating the results of the scientific and practical investigations of his department, in the hope that the information disclosed from time to time may assist- .the individual producer and tlie State u'cuerally. Should any farmer desire information relevant to his work on the land, not referred to in these Notes at the time, a «pkt.v addu...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

NOTICE. AS Private Gatea on Jemalong— some nottod—have freuently been loft open, aild sheep boxed, on and of tor this date any person found trespassing or taking "short cuts" will bo prosecuted. Also, during summer months any person found smoking cigarettes or uncovered I'ipoB -will bo proceed^ againet for "Careless Use of Fire." I fll/' 09. D. HANNAH, Manager. rrinted and Published by William Brooko and Sons, at the Office of tlie "Forbes Times" Gas Printing Works, corner Lachlan & Browno : Streets. Forbes. N.S.W.

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THE KOSCIUSKO RANGE ON THE AUSTRALIAN ALPS. Kosciusko in Winter. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

Kosciusko in Winter. Pakt III. Kosciusko has yet to bo described in its most unique aspect, when each year as tlio sun proceeds on his northern track, withdrawing his. summer heat from this hemisphere, the mantle of winter is. spread over these lofty ranges, and wood, vale, and river is lacquered with a snowy iilm. It is in winter garb that Kosciusko blossoms in all its splendour. Snow lies deeply over his own broad .shoulders, and covers his satellites and the neighbouring ranges in beautiful glistening virginal white. The visitor to this hotel in winter inrty walk out of the front door on to tho snow or ice, and on .skale, ski, )r toboggan, enjoy exactly the. same glorious sensations which now annually fill Davos i'latu, St. Merits'., Adelboden, Montroux, and other famous Swiss re sorts, with the fashion and beauty of Europe. The tobogganing and .ski-running courses are immediately behind the hotel, so no inconvenience will be ex perienced in reaching them. Special care was taken ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

A sin^lo visit to our hanasomo and recently renovated Vestibule, in the Queen Victoria Markets, will con vince you of tlie marked superiority of OUR BEAUTIFUL EOCOCO PORTRAITS. You will also appie ciate tho attractiveness of our long standing and popular offer of 12 CABINET ROCOCO PHOTOGRAPHS (together with a Framoc) Enlarge ment) for Complote—10/6—Complete. THE GEEAT TESLA STSJMOS. SJ.V. Markets, George St., SYDNEY. S2HS Lady'o Hoary Sterling Bilver Koylaas Watoh. It has ton ruby jewels, pretty opal dial, and is an noourate time rs keapar. A WRITTEN GUAKAN ® $BE FOB 20 YEAK8- Write for ons Zeiss Catalogue. It will pay you. Jawolloro and Watohmakorn, i:"| 502 Sflwft-St. 0pp. Q.7. Battels, 3ydn:y J j BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS! Iindicsl Your coniplcxiono can be vastly Improved and your sliins made clear and velvety, by uiinS our PURE & DELIGHTFUL €OIE,AMfflEL It contains NO ANIMAL FAT and, tberefeso, doea not promote hair growth. -r Prloo 2/8 Poctatfo Paid. Hydro-Eloo trlo Maaoa^o...

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In And Around Sydney. Written Specially for Country Readers. JUST A FEW FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

9n And Around Sydney, Written Specially for Country Headers. (By T.C.B.) .1 IT ST A FEW FIGURES. Since the estimates were voted the general loan account lias been charg ed with £25,S6S for State brick works, £23,026 for State metal quar rios, and £2,507 lor the State lime quarry, making together 4)51,40.1. The State in already spending loan moneys to the tune of considerably over £5,000,000 a year. When the present financial year started the loan accounts were overdrawn to the extent of £370,000, but. there was £41)7,000 to tlio credit of the public works account. At the close of last month the loan accounts were overdrawn to the extent ol £1,424,000, and there was only £40,000 in. the public works account, so that they have fallen into ar rears to the extent of over £1,500, 000 The estimate of one of the morning papers is that the loan ex penditure bids fair to run into £6,000,000 or £7,000,000 a year ; U the money can be scraped togeth er." An appeal to the London market appears t...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

A STIMUl/ANT FOR LADIES. Tlie Non-.\lcoholic Beverage, O.T.. has -some similar properties to gin, and is most beneficial to ladies when needing a stimu lant. The Palatability of Gin blended with O.T. is a revelation."

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN EASTER PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

AN EASTER PROBLEM. According to report, Sydney is faced with a problem: How are the Easter crowds to he accommo dated? The tariff, it is said, is going up all over the metropolis. Five or six guineas is the price given as asked for a room at some of the best appointed and most centrally situated houses which re ceive "paying guests," and two and three guineas is obtained for single. rooms in some of the residen tial flats in the city, all meals hav ing to be obtained outside. Then there iB the difficulty regarding in cumbrances, otherwise children. Landlords, it is said, close thsir hearts and their houses to juvenile whito Australia, and a pathetic pic ture has been put into print pour traying that the boarding house keeper would lose customers, not gain them, if she flung open her doors to families of the old barbar ic type of the quiver full. The Syd ney landlady, it is asserted with candour and confidence, does not want children because servants do not care for them, because boa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW IS IT DONE? [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

HOW IS IT DONE ? A Sydney auctioneer was a few days ago entertaining an audience with particulars o£ a suburban town ship subdivision which it was in tended to auction on Saturday last. . Incidentally a story was told of a man who had come out from Eng land bringing with him a few prize fowls. He bought a plot of ground within easy distance of Sydney, and ptarted a poultry farm. That was two years ago, and to-day he was tains off that poultry farm £400 a year. Good business; better than drudging forty-eight hours a week at a. city desk at the rate of £120 a, year, and the simplest thing imag inable was to follow up the state ment with the suggestion that if a man from England could como out hero and do that what was to pre vent Sydney-siders going on to a patch of ground and doing like wise. Yet the information aroused no enthusiasm, and the hundred.or ho of city workers who let it in at one ear and out of the other went straightway back to their desks and ■worked on as usual. How t...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN UNWRITTEN LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

AN UNWRITTEN LAW. The humor of tho week in Sydney seems to have been rather on the serious side. At any rate it aimed jit the Minister for Works, a serious man who recently experimented .in the serious business o£ building two pretty cottages. He appears, too, to have been seriously precise j in explaining to the commission' .■which is inquiring into the serious UueHiion of house rents, tbat the houses that Griffith built are pretty cottages. There are cottages, even in Sydney, which arc not pretty. It .■was the l'act of a Labor member building any cluss of house, how aver, that gave rise to the humour, though it has not transpired why it Bhould do so in the case of the Minister for Works and not in that of the Premier, who was tho first funotig Labor members to set the example in house building. The pleasantries introduced at the ex pend) of Mr. Griffith would appear to inclose that there is an un written law which enacts that when fx ruau owns a house or two he cau ses hlmeolf to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Political Alertness. FEDERAL MEMBERS VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

Political Alertness. FKJDlilJAij .ULOUiJiK'S MEWS. In the course of an address to Jiis constituents on tuo Planning the oui or uay, Mr. John Thomson, M.H.K. for tjowper, said lie nud never been in the mstricl when he found tiie poepie so much aiive to politics as tney were to-day. Some or' the rea sons ior this were before them ev ery aay. There was hardly a per son wno had not taken a keen inter est in, and had something to say about, the gentleman known as ".My friend the Speaker." Then he thou ght every person knew something of an organisation at work known as the itural Workers' Union, and also of the burning question of day lab or. He was inclined- to believe the people in the iManning district had an object lesson in their midst that was better than all the books they ever read, or all the theory that had evor "been preached to them regard inj; the alleged virtue of day labor. The Federal Government, too, had abolished postal voting, which would prevent many people from record...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRECBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

I'RUSBYTEKIAX SERVICES. Sunday, March 17tli— Forbes, 11 a.m. Forbes, 7.30 p.m. Bedgerabong, 3 p.m. Rev. J. McDowell.

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The Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912

The Wool Market. Dalgety and Company, Ltd , report un der date of 14th instant that the wool market has been quiet throughout the past week, no doubt owing in a large measure to the continuance of the coal strike in England, which is interfering greatly with the general trade and causing a complete stoppage in many industries, The dislocation has been so great on the other side that the second series of London wool sales which it was first in tended to begin on the 5th instant has been postponed until April nth, with a fixed limit of 250,000 bales of new arrivals, while in regard to the third series which was to have opened on April 30th, this will now commence on June nth, with such arrangement as to limit for new arrivals as may be fixed later. There will be auctions in the Brisbane market next week on I9th-2ist instant, when about 18,000 bales will be submitted, including 5,000 bales to be offered by the firm's Brisbane house, and in the following week, on the 26th 28th instant, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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