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THIS HEAT WAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 February 1912
THIS HEAT WAVE. i ' tV. Old residents of Forbes confess, and the confession is wrung from tlierii under thermal pressure, that'not for the last'twenty years has there been such a /continuous stretch of hot weather .'as that which' we sire now experiencing. The record thermo-. meter register in Forbes is 116 degrees Fahrenheit, but the conditions surrounding such a register are not those which obtain to-day. ' The post ofiice records are now taken for'the Federal statistician under conditions, which are- exactly similar1 at every post ofhce where meteorological . instruments are supplied, and therefore the records are accurately comparative. In the oid clays,i when the thermometer ran up to an alleged ""fr2-0 degrees in the shade, the temperature was not taken - by the appliances nor under the same condi-: tions which prevail now. Moreover, the oppressiveness of the weather is not altogether indicated by the' thermometer; it is.the humidity in the atmosphere which causes the distress...
WEDDING BELLS. BEAZLEY—BAILES. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 February 1912
WEDING BELLS. BEAZLEY—BAILES. (Contributed). A very pretty wedding was cele- brated on Tuesday, 1.3th inst., at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Young, when Alfred Joseph Beazley, of Bimbi, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Susan, eldest daughter of Mr J. Bailes, of Wom- bat, the sister of Mr T. L. Bailes, of "Hlllcrest," Back Yamma. A great many friends and well wishers wit- nessed the ceremony. The Very Rev. Father Hennessey, P.P., officiated. The bridesmaid was Miss Hannah Bailes, sister of the bride, and Mr Pat. O'Reilly, of Goolagong, acted as best man. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, who gave her away, and was dressed in white silk, with embroidered trim- mings, and wore the customary wreath of orange blossoms and veil. She also wore a gold cross, set with rubies, gift of the bridegroom, and carried a shower bouquet, which was made and presented by Mrs R. Owen, of Wombat. The bridesmaid was dressed in white muslin, trimmed with insertion and ...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 February 1912
WEDDING. A very prety wedding was cele- brated in the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday afternoon last, the Rev. Mr Marshall officiating, when Miss M. Barker, second and youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Barter, of Cumnock, was given in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr E. Grim- son, third son of Mr and Mrs E. Grim- son, of Yullundry. Mr Thos. Bar- ter, brother of the bride, filled the place of best man, and Miss Iris Grim- son, of Sydney, was bridesmaid. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a dress of cream crystalline de chene, trim- med with silk overall. She also wore a gold bangle, gift of the bride- groom and carried a bouquet of mar- guerites and fern. After the cere- mony, the party drove to the bride's parents' home, wnere the wedding breakfast was partaken of, after which the happy couple left for Ka- toomba, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were numerous and handsome. 21/2/12.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 February 1912
IN MEMORIAM. COLEMAN.—In sad and loving memory of our darling mother, Annie Coleman, who departed this life February 16th, 1908. There are days of bitter anguish, When the tears begin to fall, But the parting of our dear mother Was the hardest of them all. The very best that God could lend, A true good mother, a faithful friend, Forget her? No, we never will, Though years roll on we'll love her still: Inserted by her loving children, A. and R. Coleman and sisters.
NORTH HILL v. POVERTY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
NORTH HILL v. POVERTY POINT. The above teams met on the latter's ground, and the Pointers 'were' successful by 47 runs on the first innings. North Hill won the toss, and elected to bat, but only knocked up 33 against the bowling of G. and S. White, the former taking 6 for 18, and the latter 4 for 13. The Pointers then went to the crease, and responded with 80, S. White top scoring with 26. Stone 2 for 7, O'Brien 3 for 15, Miller 3 for 27, and Gunn 1 for 1', bowled best for the Hillites. With only an hour in which to make up the deficit, the Hillites went to the crease again, and when two wickets had fallen for 90, the skipper declared, arid sent the Pointers in. At the drawing of stumps, the Pointers had lost 3 for 41, Madden 16, and Fuller 24 not out, batting well. Appended are the scores: — North Hill.—First Innings. J. Miller, c Green, b G. White. . 1 S. Corbett, c Madden', b S. White 2 C. R. Weaver, b S. White ...... 0 V. Rath, b G. White . 10 A. J. Sanders, c and b G. White 6 W...
LIBERAL ORGANISATION. MR W. H. CLUTTON'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
LIBERAL ORGANISATION. MR W. H. CLUTTON'S WORK. Reports received at this office indicate that since the arrival of the Liberal organiser, Mr W. H. Clutton, in the Ashburnham, electorate, there has been a marked revival of Liberalism, and old supporters of the Liberal party say that the Ashburnham electorate has never been better or\x=req-\ ganised so far as Liberalism is concerned. Mr Clutton is spoken of as a political enthusiast, and one who works day and night, for the. cause he believes in. The organiser is spoken of as a fluent and forceful speaker, who steers clear of abuse and intolerant language. We understand that there are ; now fifteen branches of the Liberal Association in this electorate, and that there will probably be formed before the holding of the Liberal electorate conference next month 17 or 18 branches in all. The branches now formed, we understand, are as follows:—Forbes, Parlces, Wyanga, Peak Hill, Mungery, Cookamidgera, Goobang, Ticlibornc, Alectown, Bumbury, ...
NORTH HILL v. TOWN JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
NORTH HILL v. TOWN JUNIORS. A match was played .between teams representing the North Hill and Town Juniors on Saturday, 24th inst., wliicli resulted in a win for the Norths by" 5 6 runs. Batting fii-st, the Hillites compiled 39, to which Ryan and Prow contributed 17 and 10 respectively.. : The-Towns replied to this with the small score of 14. The Northerners then scored 45 in the second innings, the others again scoring 14. In this innings, Weaver, A. Jones, and J. Gibbons made 1 each for North- Hill, the latter being not out. Gaggin 9 for 12, and Prow 5 for 10 bowled best for winners, Gaggin doing the "hat trick." Lee 6 for 12, and Kerr bowled well for the losers. Three matches' have been contested between these teams,-North Hill winning all.
NORTH HILL II. v. POVERTY POINT II. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
NORTH HILL II. v. POVERTY POINT II. The above teams met again with, tlie result that North Hill won by 103 runs. Scores:— North Hill. C. Prow, e Gunn, b Hynds ... 2 F. Cripps, not out . . ... ..... 53 Ar iE. Channon, not out .... .... 9S — Weaver, b Hynds .... ... ... 0 Mylecliarane, c and b Hynds . . . 5 P. Humpleby, b Kerr . . . ...... 2 Clieslier, b Lee ... .......... 1 Cawse, e Kerr, b Read ........ 6 C. Rath, c Gale, b Read ..... 0 Rae, b Gale 1 Boulton, b Gale ;...... 3 Total 171 Bowling analysis.—Hynds, 3 for 39; Read, 2 for 56; Gale, 2 for 23; Lee, i for IS; Kerr, 1 for 35; Poverty Point. F. Read, b Cripps ... :......... 4 C. Gale', c Cripps, b Channon . . 6 H. Hynds, b Channon ....... 18 B. Kex-r, b Cripps ._.. 12 J. Tuohey, b Prow .... 16 B. Gunn, b Cripps ............ 4 J. Whiting,; b Channon ....... 4 G. Gunn, b Channon .. ....... 1 D. Lee, b Cripps .. .. '. 0 H. Brown, b Prow - .0 J. Crippen, not out ............ 0 Sundries ............... 3 Total ................ 68 Bo...
ACROSS COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
ACROSS COUNTRY. Says a traveller:—The river frontage from Moonbi to Forbes has no grass; coming to Bogandillan there is only dry stuff, and very thin; from there to Davidson's, similar, and from there to Wliaite's, where the Condo\x=req-\ bolin road crosses the road to Wya\x=req-\ long, very dry; from there to Koy\x=req-\ una, owned by. Mr C. E. Rowley, very scattered dry patches, and that prevails to within 25 miles of Lake Cud gellico. These were the conditions that prevailed last week, but recent showers will no doubt have altered the aspect.
LAND APPEAL COURT. ITS PERSONNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
LAND APPEAL COURT. ITS PEKSONNEL. At. the conclusion of the meeting of the Forbes branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Association" on. Saturday, Mr R. Officer, who was elected to take the chair in the absence of the president and vice-presidents, had a word to say regarding the personnel of the Land Appeal Court. Though he had nothing pei-sonally to say against Messrs Rennie or Currie or Houston, who constitute the Court,\x=req-\ yet he thought the Farmers and Settlers' Association would be looking after its own business if it objected to the personnel of that Court. He considered it was absolutely necessary to have a practical main on the board, who could impartially weigh the evidence. There were a large number of appeals to be heard, and in each the Lands Department was on the one side and the appellant on the other. Now that Court consisted of three men who had been Undei'-Secretaries o£ Government Departments, and who had been associated with them all tlieir lives, and so it wa...
SALE OF "WONGAJONG." [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
SALE OF "WONGAJONG." Messrs Hain and Seariglit, Sydney (conjointly with Messrs ,T. Fejiton and. Co., Hamilton, Victoria), report having sold, for Mr A. B. Triggs, the well-know^ "Wongajojig" Estate, situated 14-miles from Forbes, com\x=req-\ pi'ising 6500 acres freehold, together with stock and plant thereon. Purchaser, Mr George Laidlaw.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
CRICKET. / On Satuijday last S. Summers' Leam piayed Emmett's on the local ground/ Owing to most of the Summers/players being absent, the game wag'very one-sided. Summers' team scared 84, F. Farrand 45 top scoring. ^Emmett's team scored 249, R. Emmett 61 retired, H. Ellis 58 retired, and J. S. Shiels 52 retired. Next Saturday, 2nd March, the civil servants intend playing the rest of Forbes. The Australian selectors completed their selection of the team which will sail for England on March 16. One place has yet to be filled, Clem Hill having declined the invitation. The team is:—Gregory, Bardsley, Minnett, Macartney, Kelleway, Emery, Hazlitt, Matthews, Carkeek, (Vic.) ; Whitty, ' Mayne, Webster (S.A.); Jennings and M'Laren (Q.). Interviewed, Clem Hill said: "I cancelled my berth, that meeans that the whole matter is ended, so far as I am concerned. I am sorry I am not going, and so are the others, but we have to swallow that."
EUGOWRA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
EUGOWRA SPORTS. The first meeting of the Eugowra Athletic Association takes ijlace tomorrow, and with such fine weather, a grgat attendance may be anticipated, including, no doubt, a big contingent from the Forbes side. '.A splendidly varied programme has been prepared, embracing almost' every form of athletics, besides which., there will be torchlight handicap running, and'a grand social in the School of Arts at night. .
WESTERN DISTRICT NEWS. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
WESTERN DISTRICT NEWS. PARKES. (From "The Western Champion"). We are informed that the A. and P. Societies of Young, Grenfell, Con\x=req-\ dobolin,Mudgee, Gulgong, and Blay-, ney, in addition to Forbes, have decided to hold their annual shows /on Tuesday and Wednesday, In lie*! of Wednesday and Thursday. We understand this information /was not available when the matter was discussed at the meeting of,bur local society last wek. It would be wise to re-open the question, and see if Parkes cannot fall-^ into line with neighbouring societies. During 1911'there were 45 permits to build . issued by the Municipal Council, principally for the erection, of residences, the total value being between^ £ 9000 and £ 10,000. The.''Rev. Fa,ther Howard, B.A., left by Tuesday's train for his new appointment as assistant priest at Canowindra. The rev. gentleman 'carries with him the hearty good wishes of all w'th whom he came in contact, irrespective of class or I creed. ■' ' . Mr K. H. K. Wood, who r...
MOONLIGHT CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
MOONLIGHT CONTINENTAL.' A final • reminder is given of the moonlight continental, to be held at* the cricket ground to-night. The organisers consider that, the programme to be submitted will be. the best of its kind ever rendered in Forbes. There will be several comic songs in costume, by -artists new to Forbes, together with items by the best local taleny. ' Every preparation is being made' for an . enjoyable outing in the :cool -evening air. An elaborate stage is being erected, and will be well lighted. A feature of the evening will be contests for juveniles, .and there will also be that mirth-provoking item, musical casks'.
CONDOBOLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
CONDOBOLIN. (From "The Laclilander"). At the first meeting of the new show committee there was. a: very good attendance. "Mr W; H. Crouch was elected jjresident, Messrs Tout and Brady vice-presidents, H. F. May treasurer, A. Turner secretary—all unopposed. Mr Turner's salary was raised to £ 52 per annum, and many present spolce in the highest terms of his good services during the past year. A number of sub-committees were appointed, and Saturday, 2nd March, at 11 a.m., fixed for date of next committee meeting; also a spe-. cial general meting , of .the members1 of the Association same afternoon, to receive the sub-committee's report re revision of rules. It is not generally known that Mr A. Turner, of this town, is a brother of the famous Australian cricketer, who thrice visited England doing high battle for our flag in the realms of cricket. Now it can be realised why our own "Tike" is one of the champions of the west; for cricket, like wooden legs, eye glasses, soft corns, and oth...
FORBES ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
FORBES ANNUAL RACES. Entries for the chief events of the above meeting, which is set down for March 7 and S, close with the secretary, Mr D. J. Moloney, on Wednesday (to-morrow), at 9 p.m., the acceptances being- due on the following Tuesday, 5th March,n, which is. also the night of general, entry...
BAD LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
BAD LUCK. Mounted Constable Cobcroft has struck a streak of bad luck. Laid up for a month with a poisoneii foot, he resumed duty yesterday, and in mouting a fractious horse at the police station, had his shoulder dislocated. The horse is one which has to be gripped short by the reins when you mount him, (and just as the constable was swinging into his seat, the animal swerved violently, and the wrench resulted in dislocation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 27 February 1912
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