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HOME RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

HOME RULE, Tlie speeches at the St. Patrick's Day celebrations were confined al most solely, to the quesion of Homo Rule. The occasion gave the oppor tunity for reply to speeches made at the anti-Home Rule meetiug held at the town hall a, few days previ ously, following upon the Homo Eiilo meeting conducted by the Ir ish envoys fiu the same building & week or so before. Three great meetings following closely one upon the other gave plenty of scope for argument for and against, and though some straight talking was indulged in on both Bides there was an absence of personal bitterness. It seems to be accepted as finally settled that Homo Rule for Ireland will be an accomplished fact in our time, and the trend of the speech making at the St. Patrick's Day sports was for the most part in the direction of rejoicings.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Forbes Times. SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd, 1912. MR. BEEBY AND LAND SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

SATURDAY, MARCH 2 3rd, 1912. MR. BEEISY AND LAND SETTLE MENT. Tije Minister for Lands, Mr. Bee by, would appear from published press reports to liave been vastly impressed with what he saw in the "Wyalong-Ungarie-Lake Cudgellico districts during his week end tour from last Friday to Monday. Early in the short career of Mr. Nielsen as head o£ the Lands Department his eyes were turned to the Bland country as providing the means £01 settlement of an indefinite number of new farmers—country for the most p?,rt which had been, locked up Jn reserves or was held under long tenure leases, hut which it was considered might well be turned to more profitable account. On his succession to the Lands portfolio, Mr. Beeby pronounced himself as equally emphatic on the subject, baaing his conclusion, with a large measure of justification, on the ar gument that the Crown lands in the more favored agricultural locali ties were rapidly being absorbed, and that it was necessary to turn attention to lands...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
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HE GOT IT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

J HE COT IT. Iii the effort to make tlio youth of to-day self-reliant, the bounds of wis dom and good souse are often over stepped, and a possibility of power put into hands not competent to uso it. A spirit of reverence for older judgment is moro to be desired than is the as surance of self-confidence. It is grati fying to road of a case whore "fresh ness' met with a suitable reward. "Please, sir, I want a summons." It was application time, afid the speaker in tho witness-box was a twelve-year-old boy, well dressed in an Eton suit and an immaculate collar. "Whom do you wish : it against?" . asked tho Judgo. "My father, sir." "What has your fathor dono?" "Ho has assaulted me." "That was vorywrong. "Why did ho il>) it?" "Please, sir, lie said I had been rude to my sister." "Yes, you can take out.a summons, it will be two shillings;" ' "Please, sir, I am undor. twelve. Can't I have one at half-price? I have only one shilling." "No, my little man, wo have 110 half prico summons." Th...

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

SALVATION ARMY. Forte*#— Each Sunday, at 7 a.m., 11 a.m.,, 3 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Bach Friday, at 8 p.m. Captain Anderso) Lieutenant Cole..

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THE OLD COOK AND THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

OLD COOK AND THE NEW. Different persons have varying ideas aj to what constitutes a. good house keeper; tho ideas hold by Mrs. Gregory weie her own, and firmly fixed. "I've got nothing to say against those that follow alter these modern notions of cooki.ig, like tho minister's wife," she remarked one day, "but all I can state is that lier ways aron't my ways, and never would be." "Shu's been to a city cooking-school, I hear." said Airs. Gregory's visitor, "and Joes hor work all the new-fangled ways." "I presume so," and Mrs. Gregory's chin took 011 its firmest expression. "She was telling 1110 yesterday how she could do a -morning's baking—bread, calse, pics, and get tho regular dinner too—and enly have three bowls and thioe or four spoons to wash when she's dono, asido from tho dinner dishes. She told me 'twas by cooking srliool system she did it, planning and rinsing out as she worked, and so on. "Silo seemed real proud of it, but it struck mo as a pretty slack way of doing kitche...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, March. 24— Forbes, 11 a.m. ■■ Forbes, 3 p.m. 'V (Sunday School). Forbes, 7.30 p.m Rev. A. W. Parton.

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A DOMESTIC NOVEL. THE SCARLET BUTTERFLY. CHAPTER II.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

IJ By CHARLES C. RUSSELL. £ CIJAPTKR II.—Continued. Ills "words wero cold anil culm. They "were all tho more outtlng in that lie tried to make them lender. AVo had a slight difficulty in seeing-, but tho evening breeze at tills moment seemod to part .slightly tho leaves beforo us, and we could not helii looking oven if we would. The go verness was seated on the Colonel's old box, with hor faco burled in her Hands. Wo saw at ft glance tho dreadful position in which sho was placod. Yet wcx could not lielp thinking how wonderfully composed and quiet sho stood through tho ordeal. Tho lieutenant was standing at tho door of • tho arbour, in tho calmness produced by tremendous excitement. Ho was fiddling with his ring—the ring which his father had worn until his death—by drawing it off, and then replacing it upon Ills finger, llo regarded her with a nasty 'sneer upon his lips. It was a trying moment. Then his calmness seemed to conquer. Tlio governess sank down upon the seat. Her elbows re...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. Sunday, March 2-ltli— Forbes, 11 a.m. " Forbes, 7.30 p.m. 1' ' Daroobalgie, 3.15 p Rev. J. McDowoll.

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CHAPTER III. Murder! [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

CHAPTER III. Murder! ■ It was tlio • evening of a day In "August- Unit • tlio v lirst ■ disturbance began, i The - ,child,'. Reginald BIun-> doll, ; was: missing. In a low min utes the excitement was intense. • First the little nurse girl was observed to run about. Then tlio question,"Dirt you see Master Reginald?" was heard on the lips of-all the servants. . The mother heard i It, of course, and. everyone within; oar-• I shot of the lady was immediately off i scouring'.', the house, grounds, and-neigh-' I bourliood. The search at homo was" fruit-1 less. The distant scarcbors returned wear led, asked questions, reanimated - themsel ves with tea (?) and went off again on the quest. .'When theclouds of the:night had fallen, and the child had not been homo to his mother, the whole Hall was in speculation and confusion. Then the pol ice received' certuin information, and the search spread farther ancl farther. Need I say, that the mother was-frantic? Need; I say" that the servants we...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

Church Services. CHUKCH OF KNGbAND. Sunday, March 2-ltli— Forbes, 11 a.in. _ Forbes; 7.30 p.m. Back Yamraa, 3 p.m. (Harvest Festival). Rev. "\V. V. Thomson. Owing to the rector's absence from Forbes next Sunday the ser vices at Trundle, Fifield, and Gillen oine will not be held.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

eaxd 1S85, Tel. G9. W. E. LUTHJE, —THE LEADING— Funeral Director. Rankin Street, Forbes. [a CARD.| Day and Nip.nt.Telephone 103. \vrm Funeral Director. Kankiro-sts-eet, FORBES, An Up-to-dat(. MOURNING CARRIAGE at Patrons' service.

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WHAT OTHER WOMEN HAVE FOUND OUT [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

BY HOUSfWIFE. If in your housekeeping experience yon have found out'certain things 11 <:it will bs of benefit to others, write <jic. 'ihoul Ihc.ui Poofties. Poofties are fried scones, and ono ot the simplest tilings in the world 4 to make.# All you want is Hour, baking powder, milk, frying fat, a good lire, and a little syrup. Mix the Hour with two teaspoonfuls of John Hull linking Powder, add a pinch of salt or a tea spoonful of soft whito sugar, add milk, and work up with a lrnile till stilf enough to roll out. Turn on to a board, roll half an inch thick, cut into small squares or oblong pieces, and fry _ in boiling fat. 'J'licy will want turning in a minute or two. When both sides aro done lay for a moment on absor bent paper to take away any grease, and serve on a lint dish with hot plates. They aro eaten with a knife and fork with syrup or jam, though some people like their, with salt only. They ought to rise to double the height of the dough when put in t...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pars About People. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

Pars About People. A picturepque personality, a dis tinguished citizeD, a great figure in the material and political de velopment of Victoria, a man who gave that State faithful and gener ous service, has passed away in the person of Sir William Zeal. Though 82 years of age, he was so active and wiry that no one ever associated him with .illness, or physical incapacity. Sir William Zeal was born in Wiltshire (Eng land) in 1830, and was educated as a civil engineer. Soon after he .came to Victoria, in 1852, he waa 'engaged in railway construction, and became one of the leading authorities in railway building in that State. In 1864 he was elected to the Legislative Assembly aa member forCastlemaine,and so be gan a parliamentary career which lasted for 42 years. He took to squatting pursuits, but droughts struck him with particular severity, injured him financially, and drove him again to the practice of his pro fession. Pie continued in politics, went into the Legislative Council,, he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

£20 EE WARD. Tllli above Reward will bo paid to any person giving such information as will lead to the conviction of any one Destroying Rabbit-proof Fencing on Hurra wang Station. THUS. ISDOLS & CO. £20 Beward. THIS above Reward will be paid for information tliat will lead to the conviction of any person or persons damaging the Netting Fences on Oorua, or leaving Netting Gates open Trespassers prosecuted. JOHN I. D15NT. MOTlCii ANY Person found SHOOTING, HUNTING, or otherwise TRESPASS ING on PRA.IRIELANDS will bo prosecuted witliout respect to per sons. All previous permissions cancelled WALLACE HUNTER. NOTICE. Any Person found Shooting, Fiah lnr Hunting, or otherwise trespass ing on BOYD RUN Will be prosecut ed witliout respect to persons. ST1TT BROS. S'OTICS. After this date any person found Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, Using the Private Tracks, or otherwise Trespassing on any part of carra vobbity, Travcrtsdale, and \V onga cng, will be prosecuted. All previous permissions...

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46 A TROUBLESOME SHEEP DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

No. 13. A TROUBLESOME SHEEP DISEASE. The Inspector of Stock at CobiU', In Uic March number o£ the AiirienUural, > Gazelle, directs attention to a disease in sheep which is becoming widespread in the Cobar district. This disease, \ known as balanitis, afl'ects wethers and prevents tlicm fattening, while numbers ( die. There is also a depreciation in the Quality of the wool. , j In that district generally the ap- i proximate estimate of the number of j wethers affected would be at least j between fi and S per cent. The trouble rarely occurs in rams, although out . of eight old rams in a pen at a station, five were slightly affected. These rams had not been worked for several months and were broken mouthed. Wethers of all ages are affected, but the trouble is most fre quently found in 0 and S-tooth slieep. Character of the Disease. About 1,000 wethers, with the affec tion in all its stages, were examined by the inspector. The condition most frequently met with is a scab cover ing th...

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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. These Nolcs are Issued every week, under the personal supervision of tho lion. J. L. Trefltf, Minister of Agriculture, and arc baxed mainly on the experiments of tho Department. Tho Department ran solve many problems concerning- tho land and production which would bo Impracticable to the individual producer. Departments of Agriculture aro great educative torcos In all countries dej>cndont upon their primary resources, They may tv regarded rw central representative agencies, from which springs the material for 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 as.-ist the individual producer and the State generally. Should any farmer desire information relevant to his work on tho Und, not referred to in these Note* at the time, a query addressed ...

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Desirable Investment for Country Residents. HUGE HOTEL TO BE BUILT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

Desirable Investment for Country Residents. HUGE HOTEL TO BK BUILT IN BY Lis ICY. It is nut often that Country residents have au opportunity of investing iu a City proposition tliey thoroughly tinuersiand, more ao, indeed, tliun City people. They liavo peisoml acquaintance ivuii ihu ditli culty of obtaining suitable accommodation when they come to town. The Lest, places are booked up and they have lo pay heavily lor bed aud board giauted ilieni us a favor. They will, iherefoic, appreciate ihu prolits anticipated for the up-lo-uiue lioul, accom modating 400 persons, to be crec.oJ by ilie Central Hallway Palace Buildings, Ltd., right opposite tlie Central Kailivay oiat/on oil the old iielmore market site—the most centiftl position in Sydney. £50,000 is to be expended und the Hotel will te one of lha linest in the Commonwealth, 'Hie capital is £50,000 in £1 shares <j. which 35,000 preferential are ottered to tlie public, these shares carrying 8 percent, pgr annum' in aJditio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

Have the following; CHOICE ESTATES on offer:— 4.—31/2 Miles from Peak Hill; Fine Wheat Farm, 2560 acres, 700 acres cleared for the plough, netted, good homestead. Low price for a quick Sale, 12.—In Forbes District, 3yz miles from Railway Station, wheat farm, 1790 acres Freehold, splendidly improved, 1600 acres cleared for the plough ; one of the very best and most highly improved properties in this favoured district. Attractive Price. 14—Highly attractive cutting up property, suitable for wheat farms; 8 miles from railway at Forbes ; well improved ; about 3000 acres cleared for the plough out of an area of 7,500 acres. Price reasonaoe 27.—Beautiful farm of 2560 acres, alongside the route to be. traversed by the Forbes-Stockinbingal line ; nothing better offering for mixed fanning; large area beautiful red land, while portion of the property consists of rich fattening myall flats; 110 money to spend in improvements. OHEAP. 57. Forbes-Stockinbingal Railway Lino ; 7000 acres of the ver...

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Compulsory Church-Going. SUGGESTION TO MR. FISHER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

Compulsory Church-Going. SUGGESTION TO MR. FISHER. Mr. Harold Farleigh lias submitted the following letter to the Prime Minister of Australia :— To the Hon. Andrew Fisher, Premier, Federal Government, Melbourne. Hon. Sir,—It is written : " The wicked shall be cast into hell, and all the nations that forget God." I desire most humbly to draw your attention to the existing state of affairs in this our glorious country, of which you are llie temporal and, per haps, spiritual head. In our railways, telegraphs, telephones, and post-cflice we have the law of Socialism, " good." In out public schools we have the law of Communism, "good." In our churches we have no law, which means anarchism " bad." If you like to go to church, you can; but if you don't, you don't, and the vast majority do the latter. Some people send their children to church and Sunday school, but thousands never darken a church door. Do you not think, Sir, that the blessing of God would rest upon you, like the dove, if yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 23 March 1912

Boys Will be Boys Is Your Homo gladdened by the Noisy Piny and Happy Laughter of Healthy Iunocent Boys. If so you are, indeed, to be envied. But Mateminl Joys bring their Worries nB well, and Uic Frequent Demands of tho Youngsters for New Boots of .en, no doubt, cause you, economical Mother, alarm ! Next timo the Insistent Demnnd is Made for New liooti come and look over our Splendid .Stoslc of Strongly Built Boot suitable for the Rough -Us-age your Boys will give them ! " Gillespie's ' and all best makes aL minimum price3, 3/11, -1/6, 4/0, otc. 'THE HOME OF GOOD BOOTS,5 Rankin Street, Forbes m II there is anything wrong wiih your eyes you should consult Barraclough's, who are Australia's Leading Sight Testers. This Firm never prescribes Glasses unless such are necessary. Do not accept Glasses that are claimed to be as go Of] as Barraclough's. We specialise on eases where Other Opticians have Failed If you have an unsatisfactory pair of Glasses, come and let us test your eyes " scie...

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