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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

For some unaccountable reason our usual budget of " wires " had not come to hand when this issue went to press, and we must ask the forebearance of our readers for their non-appearance.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Travesty on Democracy. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

A Travesty on Democracy. • Have, wo democratic Government at present in the Federal Parlia ment or in the State of. New South ■Wales under Ljibor rule? A Very cursory examination of the facts.suf lice to show that we have not. "We had democratic representation and Government in its truest senso un der the reign of Liberalism when Parliament and Government were re sponsible: directly' and solely to the people for their policy, their ad ministration. and their legislation. There is no such responsibility un der'the Caucus rule of Labor. De mocracy is a term taken from the Greek, and in essence nieans the strength or power of the people. That form of. Government in which the Sovereignty of the State is vested in and exercised, through the ballot box by the people at large. Is that, sovereignty of the State — the people;:—in evidence now? "What is the . position? Ev ery year, a conference of delegates 'from'self constituted tribunals hav ing neither warrant or authority from the people'...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

MONEYS TO LEND OX LANDED SHCU1UTV At reasonable rates of interest. Apply in ■writing to— lM'.S., C/o. Office this Paper. For Sale. 1 LIGHT HOODED BUGGY with pole and shafts. Clieap. Apply— F. W. GAGGIN. Coachbuilder. Notice. ON and after this date I will not | be responsible for any debts con- i tracted in my name without my written authority. . (Signed) J. I. DENT. 1st April, 1912. Public Notice. ALL Accounts duo to the under signed lia,ve been ' placed in the liands of Mr. S. P. Ford, Agent, Court-street. Forbes, for collection. Any accounts not settled by 30th April will be sued for ■without res pect to persons. GEORGE GORMAN. ; - (Late) Rankin St., Forbes. Reward. I" OST between Jemalong and Forbes J TWO CHEQUES. (I) Drawn by W. Low. Cowal North Es tate in favor of E. Barber, dated 21/3/12, No. 41646c, £17 13* (2; Drawn by W. Low in favor of E. Bar ber, dated 21/3/12, No 40716 for £3 15s. Payment stopped. Reward on returning same to BANK N.S.W., or Wm. LOW, Cowal North. Ooma Sta...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forbes Musical Society. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

I Forbes Musical Society. a A meeting ot the selection committee was held on Monday last, and the follow ing caste decided upon for the forthcom ing production of the opera " Pirates of Penzance.'* au^i ssijm sguiuuaf ssij^ uosp^j ss:j\j jsuq.ijif). cpi sstj\r sisiqs s i 'jk u!a33 "d 'jn sdnnq-j s3i 'jw 32p3jtv aanxsiiaa.va uojqgno^ff "a\ "i fxisy ssijm ^dopibg tupa ssii^i uojui.w ssij\j aaoisjaqicaj ssij>j »j!may d 3 -jk - ue.c>i,0' 3 mttf hstmaag ■{> a 'jpt -CjjeSbh I "I ji\i q?nn pqbsi airji wp3 pqew adi[o<j jo }uea9.»s jpuspajj primes 3aci 3Jej!d xojucjs ibmusgjo.fcjv IValDKlSrl hst-lovjivha. This will no doubt be recogniscd as a reallyjstrong team, and the committee are to be congratulated in obtaining the ser. vices of Miss Featherstone (one of Sydney's leading amateur sopranos) to fulfil the part of Mabel. Miss Ida Gilchrist also, a soprano with a range to D flat, who has consented lo act as understudy for the part of-Mabel, is a strong and pleasing number...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT & PASTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

SPORT & PASTIME. (BY BAYARD.) Mr. A. J. Reymond's brood mare Red Hot (Escutcheon—Bushfirej slipped twin foals to Senaria on Wednesday morning. t> n , Riding honors were equally divided be tween Messrs. E. lialloran and McDonald with three wins each, at the Curra Curra picnic races last week. * * * Mr. 0. S. McPhillamy, of VVarrao, has disposed of Manna (Warroo—Memgorm) to Mr. Sid Doyle, of Wagga, for 65 gs. Manna left Forbes for Wagga by train on Tuesday. * * * Coachman, who won a race at the I recent Parkes races, has been purchased by Mr. J. A. Btickland, for picnic racing. # * e Rockweed (San Francisco-AJga) and a half-brother to Warroo, once an inmate of J. Burton's stable in Sydney, won both the Trial and Welter Handicaps at the Moss Vale races last week. . Tho "Sydney Morning Horuld," in commenting on the exhibits of hor ses at the Hoyal Agricultural show on Monday, has the following to say in reference to Warroo, who lvns awarded the first prize for blood stallion,...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Coal Strike. COAL FALLlNG. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

The Coal Strike. COAL 1'ALLlNCi. London, Tuesday. The outlook in the great coal strike is more promising. Coal' in London lias fallen as (id per ton, The South .Wales miners by -4,:i Gi) to 12,713 votod in favor of resumption of wor.k. The English ballot was UH.OUO in favor and 23, against resuming. Mr. Asquith, speaking in the Com mons, said he was not satisfied thai a Hoyal Commission would meet the requirements of the existing indus trial unrest. The Government, how ever, was considering the matter. Mr. Lansbury, Labour member, drew his attention to the large bod ies (>£ Orangemen drilling, and de? sired to know whether the Miners' Federation would be allowed to drill among its members. Mr. Asquith refused to reply to the question, and characterised it as merely hypothetical. London, Wednesday. The King has given a thousand guiueas for the relief of the strike suffercra. Queen Mary and Queen Alexandra have given £1000 each.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Second Day, Monday April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

Second Day, Monday April 8. Flying Handicap, G fur.—Irish mail 1, Volsloano 2, Woolerina 3. Champagne Stakes, . 6 fur. for 2 year-olds—Uncle Matt 1, Momarjay 2, Ventura or WoUiwa 3. Sydney Cup, 2m. Saxonite, 8-7 1 Malt King, 9-7 ' 2 Prizefighter, 8-9 3 Eye Glass 8-8 or Wilari 8-2 4 First Steeplechase, 2}£ miles.— Confide 1, The King 2, Squirm 3. First Nursery Handicap, 1 ml.— Tartana 1, Alaconner 2, Symetris 3. Tocal Handicap, 1 % miles.—Haze 1, True Spec 2, G.unboat or Mash tun 3.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For the Motorist. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

For the Motorist. (By A. E. Peppercorn.). How miuiy times has tho quest ion been put to mo: "What does it cost to keep a cur?" And how many believe me when I tell them somewhere Jienr the mark? Although i consider my task in this article a difficult one, it has been considerably lightened by the assistance ol many motorists, who have been kind enough to supply mi with the necessary details of the up kep of their own cars. Before continuing 1 wish to 'thank these gentlemen for their kind assistance, and trust the re sult ol' their experiences will prove as interesting and instructive to my readers as they did to myself. The next question is: NVhat do I mean by upkeep? To some the act ual details may be different to others, %s where a. driver is employ ed tho cost varies a little, but not to any groat extent. For instance, a good driver mechanic will reduce your repair bill considerably, but such men are in -a position to command high wages and so count erbalance the expense; at the s...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Third Day, (Wednesday). [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

Third Day, (Wednesday). All aged Stakes, 1 ml., w.f.a.— Desire 1, Desert Rose 2, Pontano or Lady Medallist 3. Cumberland Stakes, 2ml.r > w.f.a.— Trafalgar 1, Malt King 2, Prizefigh ter or Saxonite 3. Fourtli Day, April 13. A.J.C. Plate, 3in., w.f.a.—Trafal gar 1, Eye Glass 2, Matouree 3.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eugowra Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

Eugowra Annual Races. Tho annual race meeting of the E.ugowa'Jockey Club was held on. Wednesday under ideal weather con ditions. There was a good number of people present, including visitors from Forbes, Parkes, Canowindra, Goolagong, and other outlying cen tres. Tho racing was interesting, some- of the finishes being close; The new stipendiary steward, Mr. Hogan, was present, hut his ser vices were not required, and every thing passed off without a hitch. The secretary, Mr. S. E. Maher, had everything in good going order, and with tho assistance of a good work ing committee, is to be complimen ted on the result of the meeting. Following are the results:— Opening Handicap. Six furlongs. Irish Figure, 7.10 f Clancy) . . 1 Mandagery, 7.12 (Quinn) .. 2 Winner started at. 6 to 4 on ; won easily : time, 1.18. Handicap Trot. One Mile. Chief Huon, lOsecs. bhd. .. 1 Little Trixie, scr. .. .. 2 Other starters : Edna May, Tib by Boy, Crippen, Countess, Alone, Wonga, and Pam. The winner starte...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

STOMACH WOS2MS. a Stomach Worms arc tho most in • vidions kind of all. They inhabit Iho stomach and inflict- havoc upon their, victim. They deprive tho victim of . half tho nutriment he consumes, and when the 6tomach is empty gnaw tho sides causing Buck torriblo sensations as to often causo faintnc.ss. Aperient medicines have no effect upon them, for when any purgative is taken they fasten themselves to tho walls of tho stomach by a groovo running down their side. Tho only method of dis lodging Stoinach Worms is to starve the system and take Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets. Tho •worms are weakened by the want of food, and arc induced to take what ever is taken into tho stomach. Com stock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets contain tho properties which sicken and disable the worms, and a dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will clear them out of tho system. Mrs. L. Jonikait, of Tairua, Now Zealand, writes:—"I am still giving Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets to my littlo girl and boy,...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hon. Thos. Brown at Bedgerabong. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

Hon. Thos. Brown at Bed gerabong. (From our Correspondent.) On Friday night, the 29lh inst., ihe Hon. Tom Brown, M.P., adop ted a new role at the local School of Aits hall when ho left the high plane of politics for the more con genial, less critical one of descrip tive lecturer, taking for his subject "An Australian's impressions Ab road at the Coronation of George 5th, and the journey en route." A very goocl attendance welcom ed liim warmly. Mr. J. II. Noakes took the chair and predicted an in teresting and instructive address, as lie had been over the journey him self, but under different circum- ! stances. Ho then introduced Mr. ' Brown, ] After detailing tiio circumstan ces which lead to his slecetion as one of the eighteen Commonwealth Parliamentarians invited by the Im perial Government to view the Cor onation, etc., Mr. Brown went on to say that he left in the "Omrah" on the Uth April of last year. The first port of call after leaving the Australian shores was Colombo, Cey l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

The Norddeuscher Lloyd HAS THE LARGEST FLEET OF PASSENGEI &TEAMERS IN THE WOULD. The number of vessels owned by the Company is nearly 200, o£ which 50 are Twin Screw. 15 are over 10,000 tons each and <18 are between 5000 & 10,000 tons. REGULAR SERVICE TO LONDON Every four weeks by twin screw Mail Steamers fitted with " Wire less" telegraphy. Regular servicce to China and Japan every four weeks. English spoken on board. For passage and full particulars apply to— LOHMANN & CO., General Agents, 7 and J> Bridge Street, Sydney, Or to— 1 THATCHER & HALLORAN, Loccul Agents. Owiug to increased patronugo, Has opened Large and New Premises in Uoadololiu Road.) RANKIN ST. Both tlio Rankin Street premises will be available for put.rous. Cool Stables. Clean Bedding1. Accommodation for 50 Horses and Vehicle under cover, ROGERSON'S LIVEflY STABLES, E 2 Pi 0 Wool! ©' Produce Co. Lid. .LINO lias NOT joined the Selling" Brokers' Association iior advanced ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Forbes Stockinbingal Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

Forbes Stockinbingal Rail way. The ceremony of turning the first sod of the Forbes to Stockinbingal railway;; was performedon Saturday by the:Attor ney-General, Mr. W. A. Holman, (says the Young " Chronicle." . He was accom panied by Messrs. G. A.-;Burgess (Burran gong), R. T. Donaldson <WynyardV T. Keegan (Glebe), H. C. Hoyle (Surrey Hills), and T. S., Crawford (Marrack ville). They were taken per motor to Tubbul, where a banquet was preparedat Webb's Hotel. About 200 guests were present. Mr. W. T. Lewis, President of the Tub *bul Railway League, presided, and after the toast of " The King" Mr. A. H. Grimm proposed " The Ministry." Mr. Holman, in responding, said that about £2,000,000 had been voted by the Government for railways, but only about £650,000 had been spent to December last, Mr. Johnson's excuse being the shortage of labor to carry out the work. 1 he pre sent Government decided to import the necessary labor, and to appoint a board of three to carry out the du...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL EXHIBIT AT SYDNEY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

'l.OCAI, KXHIIMT AT SYDNEY SHOW. A wire received by us last evening from Messrs. F. Rath and Co. states that their j firm secured first and special prizes for ! tray buggy in addition to being awarded a gold medal at the Sydney Show this week

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR SEA SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

FOR SEA SICKNESS. A Gentleman voyaging from Sydney to Frcemantlc, writes:—" O.T. is first-rate for Sea Sickness. I attended a lot of sick ladies on board, and they speak in glow- ! ing terms of its powers for relieving sea sickness. '* j

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NURSES ASSAULTED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

NURSES ASSAULTED. On Sunday night (says the Dubbo " Liberal") a couple of patients in the main ward at the Dubbo District Hospital became delirious. Both left their ijeds, • and the nursing staff were confronted with j a serious difficulty. One of the patients i was very violent, and, it is stated, that he | assaulted one of the nurses rather severely, ' punching her about the arms and chest. The Matron and all the staff were at their wits' end to successfully cope with the trouble. All efforts at persu3sion and coaxing were of no avail. In desperation help was sought from the town, and the timely arrival of Drs. Adams and Cardew averted possibly serious injury to the | nurses and to the patients who had | temporarily run amok. It is somewhat of : a coincidence that this trouble should arise so soon after attention was directed by Mr. T. A. Nicholas to previous happen ings of the same nature. This was done by Mr. Nicholas at the last meeting of the committee, but several members of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STARTLING EXPERIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

A STARTLING ICXPERIEXt'K A wire from Perth dated \\ ednesday says:—At Whim Creek, Robert JJilne, employed at Whim Well Copper Mines, | who was sent out to repair a telephone line which had been blown down during the recent hurricane, had a startling ex- : perience. On reaching a swollen creck he 1 had to swim across. He tied his tools to his j back, and placed some wire round his neck. | When half way across he was tackled by a : large black snake, and to avoid being bit- ! ten he dived-deep, He was caught in the ! tide, and rolled about like a ball, and it was with the greatest diffculty that he managed to get ashore.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

Owing to the inclemency of the weather the Australian Trotting Club's meeting, which was to have been held on Tuesday last, was postponed indefinitely. Not sold for profit, but to ensure neat and handy bales. Winchcombe Carson's Warrigal W'oolpress. Easy terms.*' For a local firm of wheelwrights and blacksmiths Mr. J. R. Strickland purposes building extensive premises on a vacant allotment at the southern end of Lachlan street, and has already portion of the building material on the ground. Mr. Harry J. Brooke, who is returning ! from Western Australia to take over the ; management of the Forbes " Times," left | Freemantle in the s s. " Omrah " on VVed i nesday last. The Forbes town water supply at the present time resembles " pea " soup more than anything else—caused by the recent " fresh " in the Lachlan. Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson and Co.'s 23rd Annual Wool Review is to hand, The publication contains a deal of interesting matter as to the doings and development of both the wool a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 April 1912

WEDDING. FLINT — CLARKE. A very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. John's Church of England on Wed- nesday morning last, the contracting par- ties being Donald Francis, only son of Mr. Frank Flint of " Quarry View," Forbes, and Violet Levina, second daughter of Mr. Lawrence Clarke, of Parkes The Rev. Mr. Thomson officiated, the bridesmaids being Miss Alice Flint (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss Ellen Davis, of Parkes, (cousin of the bride), who were attired in cream silk with large white satin hats trimmed with fruit and quill. The bride, who was given away by her cousin, Mr. H. Medlyn of Parkes, looked charming in white satin charmeusc, trim- med with Irish crochet and malines lace, with court train. Mr. K. Ford filled the role of best man Mr. A. Davis that of groomsman. At the conclusion of the ceremony the party drove to the residence of the bride- groom's parents where the wedding break- fast was partaken of, Mr. Ford occupying the chair, and spoke at length of the very hig...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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