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Pars About People. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
J Pars About People. " I forget every case after I have decided it," said Judge Bray in London the other day. Lawyers and business men alike agree that a trained faculty of forgetting ia a great asset. " It is really the habit oi forget ting temporarily," said a well known King's Counsel subsequen— ly. "This habit, I should say, ia the secret of mental concentration, which is ir.dispensabie to success. It is only by practice that the faculty develops, avid until the I young barrister has acquired it, he i is in ditliculties. The mind be ; comes trained automatically to for get things for the time being; they are placed away in separate cells, and the door of recollection shut ; upon them, until it is necessary to I recall them onee again. For ox ! ample, I may be suddenly called j from a criminal case at the Old Bailey to argue a point of law in the High Courts, and as I leave the Old Builey I forget without an effort all about the case, and enter the High Courts with my mind en tir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
.£20 REWARD. THE above Reward will bo paid to any persou giving such information as will lead to the conviction of any one Destroying Rabbit-proof Fencing on Burrawang Station. THOS. KDOLS & CO. £20 Reward. THE above Reward will be paid for information that will lead to the conviction of any person or persons damaging the Netting Fences on Ooma, or leaving Netting Gates open Trespassers prosecuted. JOHN I. D10NX. NOTICE. ANY Person found SHOOTING, HUNTING, or otherwise TRESPASS ING- on PRAIRIEJ ,AND3 will be prosecuted without respect to per Bons. All previous permissions cancelled WALLACE HUNTER. JNQT1CE, Any Person found Shooting, Fish ing, Hunting, or otherwise trespass ing on BOYD RUN will be prosecut ed without respect to persons. ST1TT BROS. NOTICE. After this date any person found Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, Using the Private Tracks, or otherwise Trespassing on any part, of Carra vobbity, Traversdale, and VVonga %ng, will be-prosecuted. AU previous permissions cancell...
47 VARIETIES OF WHEAT. Recommended by the Department. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
No. 47. VARIETIES OP WHEAT. j Recommended by the Department. ! In the Agricultural Gazette for February, anil In various newspapers, a list has appeared of the varieties of wheat which the Department of Agri culture is recommending farmers to grow during the season 1012. This list w.is drawn up at the Annual Wheat Conference, attended l>y Managers of Experiment Farms and Inspectors of Agriculture in the wheat districts, and it is the best expression of opinion which the Department can give, from the experience of its officers on the Experiment Farms and Farmers' Ex periment Plots, and from 'observations made during the last few seasons throughout the State. Unfortunately the word "sowing" was omitted in the notes drawn up for the country press, so that wheats recom mended for "early sowing" appear as "early wheats.'' No doubt many readers have noticed the obvious error, and have not been misled. The Conference arrived at Its conclu sions by taking the wheats previously recommende...
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
FOR THE MAIM ON THE LAND. Tbwe Notes are issued every week, under tho personal supervision of the Hon. J. L. Trefld, Minister frf Agriculture, and are based mainly on the experiments of the Department. The Department ran solve many problems concerning the land anil production which would b» impracticable to the individual producer. Department#? of Agriculture arc great educative forces in all countries dependent upon their primary resources. They may be regarded as central representative agencies, from which springs the material for the pursuance of hnproved 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 Iih Department, in the hope that the information disclosed from timo to time may assist the individual producer and the State generally. Should any farmer desire information relevant to his work on tho land, not referred to in these Notes at the time, a query addressed to t...
Archbishop on Horse Racing. "WOULD BET ON A CERTAINTY." [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
Archbishop on Horse Racing. "WOULD BET OX A CHRTAINTY." The Archbishop of Adelaide, the IUght Rev. Dr. O'Heilly, in tho course of an address on the religi ous agitator, in openiiig u new school l'or the Sisters of HI Josph, prayed that the agitator might be consigned to the South Pole. He referred to the fact that the relig ious agitator thought everyone who loved a horse was hopelessly out of every chance of salvation. Ho then philosophised in this fas hion, with a good deal of worldly wisdom: "You can nmko somo guess what is going to happen in politics, but in horse-racing you can mako no safe guess at all. The horse that everybody says is going to win is usually last in the race, and the horse that everybody says is going to lose is first past the judge's box. I never did bet 011 a horse in my lil'e. Where- horses are con cerned I am a perfect stupid, and if I did bet my money would be as good as gone. Still, I admit this, i£ I only had tho gil't of prophecy, which 1 assuredly ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
Two Signals. There are two set'ious signal/; of kidney ills. The first signal comes from the back with numerous aches and pains. The second signal comes in (he kidney secretions, the urine thin and pale or too high ly colored, and showing brick-dust like deposit. Urination is infreq uenl. too frequent, or excessive. You should heed these danger signals before chronic complications set in —Diabetes, Dropsy, Bright's Dis ease. Take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills in time and the cure is simple. Mr. William Itees, carrier, Phillip Street, l'arkes, says: "For a good time I had a pain across my back, which played up with my health. I could not move freely, and iost my rest at night, and a man's health soon goes when he has to work all day and can't get to sleep at night. I tried remedies, but they were useless, (hat is until I got Doan's Backache Kidney Pills.' It is wonderful the way this remedy fixed up my back. I never have the pain now, and X can move about, bend and stoop. I will alway...
Mr. Beeby's Land Settlement. EFFECT OF THE NEW LAND ACT [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
fVIr. Beeby's Land Settle ment EFFECT OF THE NEW LAND ACr In the course of ail interview in Sydney on Tuesday, Mr. Beeby observed that since the passing of die new Land Act he had had eager inquiries rrOrn all parts of the State as to what areas would be available under the new form of tenure. " For some time past,' he said, "a special effort has been made by the Lands Dgpart ment to get areas surveyed and prepared for settlement, with the result that during the month of April an area of about 650,000 acres will be made available including 100,000 acres of homestead farms, 500,000 . acres of Crown leases, and about 4,000 acres of suburban holdings. " The area available for homestead farms will include 50,000 acres of the Pilliga Scrub within the 20 miles railway radius, and a further area of 150,000 acres in this f tract of country is rapidly being surveyed and will Lit; made available within a monti or two. None of the Piiliga Scrub beyonc the 20 mile railway limit will be throws o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
Test Your Own Sight. SYDNEY LEADING OPTICIANS 402-1 George street, SYDNEY, HAVE for many years l.een Hii'iplviuj; BpecuiclcB by piifct l&lt;y the aid of a rot of Biyiit ItHtcrH, Wo hiivo fitted tJir.UK itids of country clients by thiy very ruliuLIu and Hutisfautory method. If your eyes trouble you when rending oc sowing Bend for our sight tustcrb v.-itli iuntructiona and price list. SATISFACTION GUARANTIED OR MONEY REFUNDED] The Leading Jeweller ^ IP ^5 Op'pos. Soldiers' fflomoria! LACHLAN STREET. " The Largest stock of Jewellery, I Watches, Silver-Mounted Goods, I Leather Goods, Wedding & Birth day Presents in Town. Inspect before buying elsewhere. A. G. F. BOLLINGER, Lachian Street, FORBES. MR. S. A. BASSER, the Vienna Optician, may bo consulted at ALBION HOTEL POR6ES, on Friday, April 5th ,^C/i2T Visit MR. BASSER km HAVE YOOf? EYES 'TESTED FREE. 11' your Eyes easily tiro and throb if you have constant headaches, if your Fight at times become blurred, or it your si...
Forbes Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
Forbes SViunicipal Council, Tlie usual lortnightly meeting of iho Forbes Council was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday evening. The depuiy-Ai,„yor, Aid. Hunter, oc cupied tlia eluiir, and Aids. A. Sam, D. Keymond, F. (Jaggin, and Dr. Delohery were also present. The meeung was called as usual for Tuesday niglu, but lapsed ovsing to insufficient attendance. Tho minu tes of ttie previous meeting were read & confirmed on tho motion of Aid. fc>am and Delohery. Correspondence was read— From tho Department of Justice, staling that tuo fine of £5 recently imposed on S. J, Dawson at the Forbes court could not be reduced. From tho hoard of Fire Commis ions enclosing a statement of re ceipts and expenditure for the past year.—Received. From tho Chief Secretary's Office re motor traffic agreeing to notices being erected in different parts of the town. Aid. Delohery took ex ception to the signs at present in use and suggested alterations. Mr. Aliha said that arrangements had been mad...
Another Railway Wanted. WYALONG TO CONDOBOLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
Another Railway Wanted. WYAIjOXG TO CONDOBOLIN. Being apparently satisfied with the prospect of the early authorisa tion of the railway from Condoboiin to Broken Ilill, residents of the former town are now turning their attention to the desirability of a lino between Condoboiin and Wya long. Thus tho "Lachlander": At a meeting of tho Railway League, held in the Council Chambers on Saturday afternoon, Mr. MaiUand prefiiding, Messrs T. J. Mooney, I). II. Tasker, senr., and Win. MaiUand were appointed delegates of the dep utation to wait on the Minister for Works in Sydney after the Show, joined by delegates from Wam boyno and Euglo, to urge the con struction of a railway from Wyalong to Condoboiin. It was stated that any other gentlemen from Condobo iin X'rcsent in tho city at the time tfouhl bo welcome to join the dep utation."
Cadets Prosecuted. "WHOLE ACT NULLIFIED." [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
Cadets Prosecuted. " WHOLE ACT NULLIFIED." Much interest was evinced in several cases heard at the police court at Albury on Monday, when, on information laid by Lieutenant Fitzgerald, area officer of the Albury training area, seven youths were charged under section 135 of thu Defence Act, 1903, with failing without lawful ex cuse to render personal service between July 1st and February 29th. Another lad was cha rged with being guilty of conduct prejudicial to the maintenance of good or der and military discipline. Colonel Wilkinson appeared for the pro secution, and Mr F W. Tietycns for the defence. Four lads pleaded guilty. Medi cal evidence was tendered in another case that the lad was unfit for military service. In the other cases the defendants pieaded not guilty, on the grounds that the section under which the information was laid pro vided penalties for the neglect of duty on ly after the completion of the military year, which in this case would not be til' June 30th next. Mr...
MR. BEEBY ON TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
MK. BEEBY OX TOUJR. Tl&lt;e Minister for Lands, Mr. Beeby, has liad to postpone his se cond trip to Wyalong to go over the railway route to Plillston. His programme now is to arrive at Te mora from Wagga per motor on Saturday night, 13tli April, and stay in Temora that night. On Sunday he will motor through the district to Banned man for dinner, and remain in Barmedman on Sun day night. On Monday he will leave for Yalgogrin and on to Rankin's Springs, staying at Ran kin's Springs overnight. He will then leave for Hilston on the 16th and stay there overnight, and leave Jiillston on Wednesday morning for Hay and tho Western division of the State.
SPORTS AT TRUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
SPOUTS AX TKUNDLE. A picnic and military sports were held at Trundle on Wednesday un der the auspices of the Farmers and Settiers' Association. There was a moderate attendance, and the events wore well competed for. A concert and ball held at night was largely j^tueiulPd, and the financial results j were good. Results of sports : — J Victoria Cross, Nicholson; rescue, Golloway 1, Berry 2; tilting at the I ring, Williamson 1, Sheaf 2; pltch | ing, Todd; open footrace, Sca.nlan i 1, Medcalf 2; boys under 15, In I gram 1, Watts 2; girls, Ingram ; J under 10, Dell; under 12, Harmer; stepping 100yds, Watts; slicing lemon, Nicholas 1, Berry 2; boy under 10, Skinner 1, Dell 2.
PARKES JO[?]EY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 30 March 1912
I'.vKKISW .KKSVEV CJjUJU. The Parkos Jockey Club cleared tlio substantial balance of XI -12 3s 2d at its recent annual meeting. Mr. Secretary Bollinger has shown u» (•'Champion") the balance sheet of tho meeting- from which wo take tiie following figures:—Credit.:— Gato receipts, £2-10 Is -Id; nomina j tions, £4!) 19s; bookmakers' fees, ■ £48 10s; sale of race books, £30 16a sale of privileges, £30 2s Gd; unpaid prize, £5, Debit.—Prize money »■»• : arded, £220; gatemen, labor, print ing, etc, £42 Ss 4d; credit balance, I £142 3s 2d.