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AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND FARMING IN THE DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL NOTES. FOR/ THE MAN ON THE LAND (Issued by the Department of Agriculture). FARMING IN THE DISTRICTS. The first results of farming operations at the Nyngan State Farm are encouraging. The manager of the farm (Mr H. J. Kelly), in a report, says that the first harvest, considering the dry season, has been very satisfactory. The rainfall for the year lias been much below the average. In the autumn, during a period of three months, only 28 points of rain fell, that small quantity being the results of separate falls. The wheat crop was planted from March to June, but owing to the dry spell referred to, and to the fact that the land in which the early crops were planted could not be fallowed for any length of time previous to planting, germination did not take place until after a fall of rain, totalling 59 points, on the 10th, lltli, and 12th of May. Further rain fell towards the end of May, making a total for the month of 183 points. This gave the crops a g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
Drapery, Boots, Crockery, STARTS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1st and Lasts for 21 Days. 3s. in the £ Discount. 1s. 6d. in 10s. Discount 9d. in 5s. off aii Gash Purchases. 20/- WORTH OF LACES, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, AND ALL FANCY GOODS WILL COST 17/-. 10/- WORTH OF DRESS MATERIAL WILL COST 8/6: 5/- WORTH OF LININGS AND DRESS TRIMMINGS WILL COST 4/3. vISCOUNT Manchester Goods, including BLANKETS, _LI NOLE U OSTufSsS, SKIRTS/ AND COMBINATIONS," KjNICKERS \ "DISCOUNT off ui^p&KIIlTS, VESTS, CORSETS. • THE £ DISCOUNT off MATkl^lTY COATS, MOTOR COATS, DUST COATS. "•••- f 3/- IN THE £ DISCOUNT off ALL MERCERY AND "CLOTTHING. THE £ DISCOUNT off SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, PYJAMAS, SOCKS. ' ' THE) £ DISCOUNT oft SOFT PELT HATS, HARD HATS, BOR\x=req-\ SALINO HATS. STRAW HATS, PANAMA HATS. THE £ DISCOUNT off MEN'S CLOTHING, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' 'CLOTHING. SPENT IN OUR MERCERY DEPARTMENT WILL COST YOU 17/ f 3/- IN THE £ DISCOUNT OFF LADIES' AND GENTS' BOOTS AND r SHOES. |AII Remnants to be Cleared at Ha...
WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
WEDNESDAY. 7 a.m.—Fames, Bogan liate, 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-r Melbourne, Molong, Cookamldgera, Parkes, Tichborne, Daroobalgie, also Goolagong, Wenz's, and Tomanbil (via Cowra), Grenfell (T.P.O.), Trundle and Bogan Gate (via Parkes). , Gate (via Parkes). (Late fee, 4.5 pm.). 9.30 p.m.—ISugowra.
SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
SATURDAY. 30 a.m.—Calarie, Bedgerabong, Condobolin, Nowlands, Yarra Yarra, Carrawobitty, Eulomo, Traversdale, M'Phillamy's, Raw\x=req-\ lin's, Hall's, Hope, Gemalong, Porter's, Kennedy's, Sweeney's, Bogandlllon, Cadow, Morgan Bros.', Borambll, Monwonga, Pretoria, Warroo Police, Corin\x=req-\ ella, Anderson's, Weelong, Speck's, Glenyarra, Uah, Russell's, Pearce's, Amor, Chandler's, Leslie's, Warangla, Barry's, Boyd, Scott's, Tregal\x=req-\ ana. 5 p.m.—Sydney, T.P.O., Bathurst, Orange, Molong, Young, Cowra, Melbourne, Cookamidgera, Parkes, Daroobalgie, Tichborne. (Late fee, 4.5 p.m.).
"PINNACLE" CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
"PINNACLE" CLEARING SALE. There>was a large attendance at the sale of "Pinnacle" stock and effects on Wednesday, conducted on' the ground by Mr Claude A. Archer, of Grenl'ell, and the New Zealand Loan and M. A. Co., Ltd., of Sydney. Satisfactory prices were realised to fair, competitive bidding. Sheep, comprised principally of classed station breeding ewes, averaged 10/1J. Rising 2-tooth ewes, in lamb, 10/10; rising S-tooth, to 9/G; Lincoln'rams, .El/1/-. The bullock teams and tackling realised au average price per head of £7/10/-, and mixed cattle £ 3. Draught horses mdt with fair competition, the highest price obtained being £ 51-/10/-, for a 4-year old gelding; draught tnares. principally aged, from £22/10/- to £41 10/-. Light horses sold well, real\x=req-\ ising up .to £ 27/10/-. The whole of the horses .averaged £25/10/-. Most of the agricultural Implements mid sundries were well -sold.;' ■
TWO WIVES WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
TWO WIVES WANTED. This is tlie sort of thing that a perspiring editor has toyput up with. We were paid' a visit by "a young person" during the week, who asked us to insert as advertisements the following two productions. Both are dated "Forbes, Feb. 14/1912," they are in the same handwriting (suspiciously feminine), and bear the name of two persons, whom we have no doubt are residents of the town or district; We refused the notices as advertisements, but publish them in the shape :of a, news paragraph\x=req-\ strictly without the names, of course. Here is the first:—"Man wants wife, suitable" for , farm work, also house \ duties, age 16." The other reads: — "Man wants suitable wife for good general work; to be-.able to cook well/ and entertain: age, f9 years."'
BROOK'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
BROOK'S PICTURES. ' Mi-'F. H.- Brook had an excellent set of films to reel off on "Wednesday -night, and they fully maintained th,e high standard of excellerice-which has been attained. The stories depicted on the canvas were aii admirable mixture of. grave and gay, and the total absence of flicker was very much appreciated by the audience, which, as usual, was delighted with, the programme. There was, how-: ever, a lii^tch, owing to some mis:. ■chievous or curious person having tampered with the machine, and Mi\x=req-\ Brook would gladly'pay a reward of £ 5 for the detection of the culprit.
"MARKING" SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
"MARKING" .SALE. Bu'yers are. reminded of the clearing-out • sale . at "Mafeking," Back Marsde.ii Road, on^Monday next, account .Mr Hugh Gilmartin, whose' horses, machinery, . furniture; hay, 6tc., will be offered at •; auction, on "the ground, by Messrs' E. Weaver; and Co.; commencing 11 a.m. sharp.
JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
JOTTINGS. The Attorney-General has refused' to proceed further against Robert Thomas I-Iaynes, who was awaiting trial under commitment at tlie approaching Quarter Sessions,.- ■ on a charge of stealing a horse, the property of Mr C. Bathgate, of. North Hill, Forbes. Mr D. J. Moloney was acting for Haynes. The annual chrysanthemum show; in aid of the Presbyterian Church, Forbes, will be held during the first week of May. 0;0. (Old Orkney Scotch Whisky). Of unexcelled quality. • A peerless\x=req-\ whisky.* ' Mr Francis. Foy, when in town 011 Wednesday, warmly complimented "The Advocate" on its special article a few issues ago concerning Mr Foy's "The Monastery ' stud, near Bogan Gate. Mr Fo.v says that the article was accurate in-its detail information, and portion of the anecdotal part had never been in print before. He derived very much pleasure and interest from reading the article. • MANSON'S REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. TO-MORROW NIGHT, BUT AFTER THAT CLOSE AT 9 P.M. ON SATURDAYS UNT...
THAT MOVE-ON CLAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
THAT MOVE-ON CLAUSE. / That part of Forbes whicli likes to sit out of cloors of an evening, and fan, itself to keep cool what time the thermometer is bubbling j.ip around the century, has been: much concerned with the ukase "of the Municipal. Council to enforce' flie move-on clause, but there is no necessity" for any uneasiness unless the lieavy footed policeman forgets discretion. The operation of the ordinance' is njerely meant-to be exerted where a congestion of traffic is caused, and where loiterers of an objectionable type make "themselves obnoxious by indulging in rude remarks. Forbes is not severely afflicted with this class of nuisance, but it is just as well to have the power to deal with it, aiid trust to the .discrimination and common sense of the man in blue .to use it. The discussion in the Council on the matter was of a ciuasi-liumor\x=req-\ ous nature, and not intended to be taken too seriously by well-behaved folk, Forbes is not so'severely:. congested that it must h...
A HARMLESS FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
. A. HARMLESS; FIRE. Just .after the sun had gone to bed 011 Wednesday evening, and the heavens had not quite ceased blush-'' ing~ at the performance, the firebell rang out, and there was a stampede up Lachlan-street;, The scene of the fire, which was smothered in its ,in-; fancy, was at the, rear of Johnson and Son's big engineering works. : Mr Dunn; "blacksmith, adjoining, had been cutting tyres,"and it is surmised that a spark flew from the lire, and driven "by the high wind from the south, landed; amongst some inflammable rubbish; near which were stored some scores of tins of kerosene on the lee side of t.he outbreak. The prompt arrival of the brigade saved what must otherwise have proved a jnost disastrous lire. No damage >yhatever was' done. This 'is the third time that a fire has occurred on' those premises. On one; occasion, some seven years'ago, the .office and its contents were considerably damaged, but the building was saved, though .the charred studs and rafters show ...
FORBES RAILWAY TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
FORBES RAILWAY TRAFFIC. Following is a summary of the traffic at the Forbes railway station for the month of January:—Passen\x=req-\ gers' tickets issued, .1522; revenue therefrom, • ■£ 854; goods inwards, S24 tons; goods outward, 933 tons; revenue therefrom, £1280; bales of wool despatched, 156; ' trucks of chaff, 81; wheat despatched, 6805 bags; live stock despatched, 61 cattle and 2243 sheep; live stock received, 140 cattle and 1632 slieep.
LAXITY OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
LAXITY OF ALDERMEN; Alderman Patterson aired a'griev\x=req-\ ance at the meeting of the Council on Tuesday. R. Stone, one of the Council employees, had applied for an increase of wages, and the Finance Committee, to which it was deferred, had not dealt with the matter. The Finance Committee consists of the whole of the "aldermen, and Aldermen Patterson complained that the atendance at the meetings of that committee was so *small that it was not fair to those who attended' to have the responsibility thrown on them of increasing wages and of such important matters. "I was told," he said, "that this was a reform council when I was last returned as alderman. At the last nieeting of the Finance Committee, only the Mayor, Alderman Sam, and myself were present, and if aldermen cannot attend these committee meetings, abolish them altogether. Let every alderman take the responsibility."
"NELUNGALOO" CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
"NELUNGALOO" CLEARING SALE. .Messrs Boyd and Clark, in conjunction with Messrs Pearce and Williams, advertise in this issue details of a gigantic clearing sale, which they are holding at Nelunga\x=req-\ loo homestead on Tuesday, 27th.inst. There is a splendid lot of horses, cattle, sheep, machinery, and sun-" dries,, full particulars of which will be found in the advertisement; The horses include 16 young draughts, all splendid workers, and 6 saddle and light harness sorts, including one splendid trotting mare.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
THE AUSTRALIAN BANK OF COMMERCE* LTD. HALF-YEAKLY BALANCE SHEET The Financial Critic of the Sydney "Bulletin," in the issue of 8th inst., "Wild Cat Column," writes trenchantly in reference to the above mentioned: bank's balance sheet to ■31st'December last. In the course of an exhaustive review of the bank's position1, lie says:—-The bank has the foundations for a vastly bigger business than it lias yet acquired. . . . . What" the A.B.C. needs is, first, more borrowers—on safe securities, of course. Then, to supply them, it would presently need more •new deposits at current, rates. No bank, on paper, offers better security. New,7 deposits, etc., are a first charge on the whole of the bank's assets. . . . . In the Baulc of New South Wales-—using that great institution as a standard— £ 5,105,701 of capital and reserves guarantee ■£ 39,572,84S of deposit and other debt. In. the A.B.C. there is £ 2,924,618 of capital and - reserves to guarantee 2,743,160 of deposit and other debt. Makin...
FORBES GUN CLUB. THE DEWAR SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
FORBES GUN CLUB. THE DEWAR SHIELD. A meeting of the committee of the; above club was held at the Vauden\x=req-\ berg Hotel on Tuesday night. Mr J. • Fielder was in the chair, and nine committeemen were present. Accounts amounting to £ 10 were passed for payment, on the motion of Messrs Musgrave and Powell. A letter was received from Mr A. E. Rotton, secretary of the Wellington Gun Club, explaining the conditions of the Dewar's Western Gun Club Shield, and inviting Forbes Gun, Club to send a team to compete for the shield on March i6th. On the motion of Messrs Marlin and Hill, it was decided that "A selection committee, composed of. Messrs Hill, Marlin, and Laneyrie, be appointed to choose ten men eligible to compete, and that from these ten the team of six be selected at a committee meeting- to be held not later than the 28th inst., when arrangements for sending, the team will lie completed." . . 'On the motion of Messrs Marlin and Debenham, it was decided to hold a £ SO pigeon matc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
' A KINDLY ACT., The kindest service anyone can render a friend, • relative, or acquaintance addicted, to drink, is to put them in touch with the Neal Institute. Wobdbury-street, ■ iMarrickville, Syfi-.: ney. i . The Institute: undertake to cure victims in threev days, and av'e daily, bringing happiness to homes of patients where despair (and worse) has long reigned, supreme. . Write for booklet, "The Neal Way."* The Cabinet has adopted the recommendations of\ the managing committee of the Government Dock, to' undertake the construction of Commonwealth warships, and to appoint an expert from abroad to superintend the work. '
GRENFELL TO GOOLAGONG PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTENSION. Interview with Works Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 16 February 1912
GRENFELL TO GOOLAGONG PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTENSION. Interview with Works Minister. The question of railway ■ extension is of such vital interest to this dis-. trict just now, and it is highly probable that several more projects will be sanctioned before the present Go-: vernment goes before the people; we think it would prove of interest ;to reproduce an interview. (as. reported* in the Grenfell "Record" of October 21,1911), which the Minister .' for Works gave on the subject., In the big : scheme; of ... railway extension which the future holds in store, Gren\x=req-\ fell and Forbes are lairly sure to be brought into .direct; communication, and this will be via Goolagong, but in any case the Grenfell to Goolagong line would open up so.ine very fine country not outside the . zone of Forbes, and. of use and benefit to every place in touch with it. The report reads as follows:— • Mr Gi. A.' Burgess, M.L.A:, accompanied by a deputation,\ comprising the Hon. G. II. Greene, M.L.C., Mr A. J...