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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
For Saie. 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. Qoma Station Blocks. EDWARD WEAVER & CO., FORBES, in conjunction with SEL LAR & QUODLING, COOMA, will sell at FORBES at an early date 11,000 acres of the famous 'OOMA' Estate in Blocks to suit a.11 Buyers on Liberal Terms. Full particulars to follow. Soneert est "Wowingvagong. Grand Moonlight Concert In aid of Methodist Church, At Hfli1. G. Thornton's Residence, —ON — WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. TICKETS Is Now on Sale. W. C. HARRISON, Hon. Secretary. ? FURNITURE. W. K. GARNSEY, Senr. WILL sell by Auction at their Sale Rooms, LACHLAN STREET, Forbes, on TUESDAY, SV2AHCH 19fch, at 2.30 p.m. sharp, An Assemblage of HOUSEHOLD FURXITUKK &lt;& EFFECTS removed from various residences for convenience of Sale. Further Entries may be made. TUItMS CASH—AO KI3SHKV12. W. K. GARNSEY, Senr. Tel. 41. Auctioneers....
A SOCIETY DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
A SOCIETY DIVORCE. In the Divorce Court in Sydney or Wednesday Eva Frances Marion Wander lich sought a divorce from Dr. Otto'Fred j erick Wunderlich, on the ground of the latter's ralleged misconduct with Maysie i Gilliver on board the German steamers i Seydlitz and Von Roon, and also at places on the Continent. The parties are well known in Sydney. . There was no appear ance of respondent. After hearing the evidence of petitioner as to certain ad missions by the respondent, the Judge ordered thb case to stand over generally, pending the receipt of certain information from Ceylon.
Forbes Liberal Association. BALLOT FOR SENATE CANDIDATES. SELECTING ASHBURNHAM CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
Forbes Liberal Associa tion. BALLOT FOR SENATE CANDI DATES. SELECTING ASHBURNHAM CAND IDATE. A meeting of members of the Forbes branch of the Liberal Asso ciation was held on Wednesday ev ening m the Town Hall. The presi dent, Mr. Wallace Hunter occupied die chair, and there was a large and representative attendance which included a number of ladies, who took keen interest in the proceed ings After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and eonfimi /tho resident called on Mr W H Ciutton to address the meeting. ' Mr. Ciutton, who met with a .ood reception, said since he had met them last time he had travejj &lt;-1 over the greater part of th. electorate, and had met with great success at every centre. He ha ornied branches at Alectown, Bal dry Back Yamraa, Bumbury, Cook * liudgera, Cook's Myall, Craigie Lea Forbes, Goobang, Goonumbla, Gun nmgbJand; Meron, Mungery, Ye * . laikes, Cumnoclc, To WalSr'" pPeak Hil1, 'i'icbbourne, Mallaby Park. jn many casef. he und that...
Forbes Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
Forbes Municipal Council. The fortnightly meeting of tlie Forbes Municipal Council was held on Tuesday night. The Mayor, Akl. Ld wards, presided, and there were also present Aids. Sam, Patterson, Hunter, Reymond, and Lee. The minutes of the previous meet ing and the special meeting were read and confirmed. The clerk reported that the gen eral fund was in credit £172, sanit ary and garbage fund £10G 8s 2d'; water fund £452 2s 2d; gas works fund £04 12s 5d; street lighting fund £20 Ss 3d, and trust account £47-1 4s lid. On the motion of Aid Sam, seconded by Aid. Reymond, the report was adopted. A letter was read from Mrs. Es daile, asking for permission to put in an underground pipe opposite her residence.—On the motion of Aid. Sam and Reymond tlie matter was referred to the inspector for report. The Forestry Department wrote asking the council to supply infor mation with respect to exotic trees in tlie parks and reserves in the municipality.—On the motion of Aid Patterson, seconded b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
The Breadwinner. The breadwinner dare not give up "o matter how bad his back is —-iK; mutter how shaky and ill lie feels—lie has to keep at his work— lnado doubly hard by weakness and pain. And he struggles on as best he can, hopeless of ever getting strong and well again. But his com plaint; is not incurable after all— those dragging backache and myster ious pains, as well as lumbago, uri nary disorders, gravel, inflammation of the bladder, dropsy, and rheum atism—arise from kidney poisons left in the blood by weak kidneys— and kidney disease can be cured by proper treatment. Doan's Backaclic Kidney Pills arc successful (as in this case) because they are solely for the kidneys and bladder. Read how your neighbour was cured. Mr. A. Reynolds, Johnson-street, North Hill, Forbes, says: "My oc cupation is that, of a baker, and this work necessitates a lot of stooping, and consequently is lvard 011 the back. Some time ago my back got very weak, and there was a constant nagging ache just ...
Labour Bureau Report. FORBES DISTRICT REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
Labour Bureau Report. FOKliUS m.STJUCr KEVlIiWKI). Rather belated, but nevertheless retaining some degree of interest, we have received the sixth annual report of the Director of Labor and of the State Labor Bureau, l'or the year ended IJOth .Tune, 1911. An important section of the publication is devoted to a series of reports from the district agents o£ the bureau, in most instances the clerk ol' petty sessions. The statement of the Forbes -official, Mr. J. II, Hass an, is appended, as giving a general summary of tlic industrial position in and around Forbes during the period covered by the report. It is as follows:— "I have the honor to submit my report for the year ending 30tli June, 1911. No business was done at this branch during the year. The year has been a fairly prosperous one. Numerous station properties have changed hands at satisfactory prices, and in sonic instances have been again sold before the transact ions of the first sale had been com pleted. The labour market wa...
THIS SIDE. AND THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
THIS SIDE. AND THIS. Extra pay to the amount oi' nearly three millions went to the railway and tramway men during the past, three years, as a result of arbitral ion. In the year ended with June, 190&, the total concessions and ad vances made amounted to £207,587 per annum, and in that tho wages staff participated to the extent of £1S7.353; During tho following la mouths further concessions and ad vances to tho amount of £19 (>,0:21) per annum were made, tho aggre gate to the wages men being ,£173,00S. Last year the staff bene fited to the amount of £186,SSI, of which tho wages hands received £154,389. In three years the em ployees of the service have had their positions improved at a cost to the department of £590,497 per an num, of which sum £514,750 lias gone to the wages men. As one side of the industrial picture that is good. The other side is less satis factory. During the same three years the railways have grown less equal to tho State's requirements, and finally th...
State Ironworks Proposal. MR. GRIFFITH'S SCHEME. INTRODUCED IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
State Ironworks Proposal. MR. GRIFFITH'S SCHEME. INTRODUCED IN PARLIAMENT. At an early hour in the Legislat ive Assembly on Wednesday morn- 1 ing, Mr. Griffith moved the House into committee of the whole to con sider the expediency of bringing in a. bill to authorise the establishment or purchase of State iron and steel - works. A division was called for, and the motion was carried by 32 votes to 23. In committee, Mr. Griffith said that the bill was merely a machin ery measure enabling the establish- I meat of State ironworks. The act- ■ ual executive action—the purchase or creation of the works—could only take place on the resolution of both Houses affirming the desira bility of the step. The bill which he proposed to introduce was to appoint a commissioner with com plete powers of control, for it was realised that industrial undertakings in the hands of the State could not bo left to the fluctuating control of an ordinary administrative body. The works, when established, must be p...
WHAT OTHER WOMEN HAVE FOUND OUT [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
BY HOUSEWIFE. If in your housekeeping experience you j hftve found out certain things that will ba of benefit to others, write iiie nbout Neapolitan Ribbon Cako. Weight of threo eggs in butter, eas tor sug;vr, and Hour, two teaspoonfuls of Jolm 13ull Baking Powder, a little milk. 3 Cream the butter and sugar, add the Hour and baking powder. AJix well for tluco or four minutes. Leave one part its natural colour,-colour an other pink with a few drops of cochi neal, an-1 add one pennyworth of melt ed chocolate to the other part. Divide each portion into two parts, and bako the six divisions thus obtained in sand wich tins. When done, turn out. ami when cold pile on top of one another, with a little icing between each layer to stick them together. Ice the whole cake with the following icing: Mix half a pound of icing sugar with orange i'uice, spread over the cako with a. :niie, and decorate with cherries cut in half. ChSGEO Puffs. Put two ounces of grated cheese into a basin with the yo...
WESTERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
WESTERN DISTRICT HACIKG ASSOCIATION. The following additional list of regis trations have been entered up by the above Association HOOK VI KERS. T. G. Bcapham, Bathurst. liarokl Barton, Mudgee. TRAINERS. E. Clifford, Forbes. Thomas Durrant, Gregra. JOCKEYS. II. Drew, Wellington. Wm. Fletcher, Bathurst. G. H. Peck, Coonamble. • R. Reakes, Narromine. CLERKS. P. Barton, Gulgong. v P. Griffiths, Giigandra. R. Newson, Trangie. A. Saunders, Sydney. O. Ihomas Parkes. • APPRENTICES. ■ J. H. Halden to L. McCullen—Expires August 26th, 1914. LEASES. The Radiator—M. B. Newell to R. Mc Lean, expires 7th February, 1914. Lord' Daniels—M. B. Newell to R. VV. Mc Lean, expires 7th February, I9I4. The Big Fellow—M. B. Newell to R. W. McLean, expires 7th February, I9I4. Temptation—H. J. Egan to R. E. Young, expires 13th September, I9I4 Porter--L. Mac Smith to VV Langby, ex pires 30th September, 19I2. Redloum-1. W. Moulder to P.Leonard, expires 27th February, I9I4. Samebox—B. Gately to W. Murphy, ex pir...
Sandford and Motor Cars. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
Sandford and Motor Cars. Tiio name of Mr. Roy W. Sand lord ig nowadays as closely identi fied with tlie motor car trade as wat that of his respected lather Mr. Wil liam Sandford, with the great iron industry of this State a few years ago. The first named, who is to day managing director of the well known firm of l?oy W. Sandford, Ltd., of Sydney and Melbourne, has been in business now for over three years. After serving for twelve months jji the motor car industry in America, he returned to Austra lia, subsequently -visiting the United States on several occasions in order to keep in close touch with develop ments in the trade, and the latest improvements in motor cars. But, before visiting the States, Air. Sand lord had become sufficiently enthus iastic in motoring to be the owner of no less than four cars. He was thus enabled to do extensive tour ing throughout the State, and when later be resolved to enter the trade, his experience of Australian roads determined hiin to go straigh...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
SECOND DAY. Flying Handicap.—6 furlongs. Ayrbroolc, 9.5 ... ... I . Coachman, 7,9 ... ... 2 Simmerson, 97 ... ... 3 Betting: Even money Ayrbrook, 6 to 4 Coachman. Won easily. Time, 1.16 4 5 Braemar Handicap —6 furlongs. Hannah, 8.7 ... ... 1 Master Faith, 8.0 ... . 2 Lady Norong, 8.2 ... ... 3 The winner started at 10 to I and won ly two lengths. Time, 1.18^. I'arkes J.C. Handicap.—iJ4 miles. Minea, 8.10 ... ... I .Arice, 9 2 ... ... ... 2 Only two started. Winner started at 6 to 4 and won easily, Time, 2 13 Wombin Handicap.—6 furlongs. Pine Park, 9.12 ... ... 1 Peruvian, 8 6 ... ... 2 Coachman, 9.3 ... ••• 3 Betting : 2 to X on Pine Park, 6 Coach man, 8 Peruvian. This was the best race of the meeting, Pine Park only Retting the judge's verdict by a short1 head. Time, 1.16 4*5ths. Final Handicap.—7 furlongs. Lady Stanmore, 6 10 ... X Lady Rice, 89 ... ... 2 Only two starters. In this race Lady Rice got caught in the barriftr and did not take part in the race and Lady Stanmore yas de...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
WORMS. SOME STRIKING SYMPTOMS. A child who is afflicted with worms will of ton be in an indifferent state of health. It becomes peevish and irritable, and will have a strong ten dency to pick the nose, itnd there will bo severe itching of tho lower bowel, grinding the teeth and sudden ly starting tin in the sloop will bo noticcd. Tho bowels aro irregular, sometimes constipated, and at other times relaxed, with bloody discharges as in dysentery, and not infrequently tho disehargo will lie in flakes and shreds, which might be taken for partly-digested food. Tho best proof of "Worms is Worms, and if t-lvii1 presonco be suspected, im mediate stops should bo taken to posit'":■■':y '.'stsblish tho fact, and once establish.-I. Com stock* 8 "Dead &"&lt;nt" Worm Pellets should bo ndmiuisi t ed, according to directions. Worms require a specific medicine, and there is no remedy so effective as these Pellets. They kill the Worms, des troy their eggs, and dislodge their nests. Th...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
Mr. J- Y. Hudson's Luke has been enter ed for two events to be run at the Austral ian Trotting Club's races on Monday He has been handicapped 130 yards behind in the progressive Handicap. I mile I fur long, arid 95 yards behind in the a J.C. Handicay,^ milcs.# At the sale of St. James Stud, held in Sydney, Mr. P. Weston, of Orange, bought Don Royal, a chestnut horse by Donovan from Royal Visit, for 260 gns. # ■ * * Etraweenie, the famous brood mate, owned by tho late Mr. G. Lee, of Lee - holme, was shot a few days ago, owing to old age. It is understood that the de struction of the gdbd old mare was in ac cordance with the terms of the late Mr. Lee's will. * « * The Orange Bowling Club have won the Western District Shield foi the season and Dubbo the honor of the champion rink. * * * Richard Arnst, champion sculler of the world, and his wife were passengers for England by the steamer Otway which left Sydney on Wednesday. . * * * The Australia team of cricketers left for England on W...
HOME RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 16 March 1912
HOME KILL 13. The anti-Homo Rule meeting liolct 111 the Town Hall" lust night was largely attended, a. number oil clergymen were present. There was a good deal of Scotch and Ulster ac cent in the meeting and resolutions were adopted expressing apprehen sion at the British Government's de termination to grant Homo Kule. The speakers contended that Home Kule meant Koine rule and disin tegration ol' the Empire.