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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
f. w. saaaih, - LEADING COACHBUILDER, ^chlan street, FORBES. Awarded at the Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W., Sydney, Show, i |Li)ll— list Prize Tray Buggy. | ppecia.1 Prize Best Four-wheeled Vehicle. ■ t Medal (the only gold medal ^awarded) for Champion Light feliicle at the exhibition. This distinction has never before fbeen won by a coachbuilder in the |St. - * j^OLSON and morrow MftCHSNERY. ills, Cultivators, Disc Ploughs, 7HE CLYDE engineering works. J Mrs r. hornsby & sons engineering WORKS. jcooper shearing MACHINE coy., ltd. i-TES, DUPLICATES OF ALL SORTS, OILS, NEW PATENT WIRE STRAINERS, Etc.,~" in stock. ^inspection INVITED. Savage MACHINERY AGENT, /chlan-ST. (late Coles and Co.). ^Telephone 130. * , -> , v^i J tluit piepaiations for the "i *jt "" "" ^ &lt;~r" ffin-live Season &lt;,v> I -t 7^7/ith the table. ^ lt'~la1vS«^ung you the VERY\x=req-\ v f 4s. \ "J? ilMPl slfesfi# leef mutton ^hing k^t Fresh and Clean in Our Up-to-date Freezing R...
TRUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
.' TRUNDLE. On Tuesday last Mrs Thomas,; of Trundle, was taken suddenly ill, also her son, about three ...years old. Dr. Leonard was sent for, and pronounced them to be suffering from poisoning through eating tinned fish. Th'ey. are now out of danger. - - Mr and . Mrs :Crawford, ^of Bogan Gate! had 'a very unpleasant experience .while driving home, on Saturday last, and narrowly escaped serious injury. While crossing a creek, about two miles from tpwn, one: of the traces broke, and the horse kicked so viciously that- the 'sulky was overturned, and tlie'occupants were precipitated, into the'water. Mr Crawford stuck to the reins until the vehicle was smashed, and the horse freed itself. Mrs Crawford is considerably bruised, ^ aud-suffering from shock. ,
DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
DUBBO. The death occurred in the Dubbo District Hospital on Sunday of Mrs Walsh,- wife of Mr William -Walsh, of Mogriguy.\x=req-\ At the sittings of the Court for the revision of• the jury list on Monday, the Police Magistrate said lie liad received a letter from Mr G. H. Taylor, J.P., asking to be-excused from at-' tendance at the Revision Court, this being the first time ror 40 years he had ,misscd being present. The. Police Magistrate, in accepting tlje apology, said that this was a good record. The death occurred in Sydney of Miss Taylor, sister of Mr G. H. Taylor, J;P., of Dubbo. • At the Ambulance Concert ' at Nevertire, Mr A.' E. Hunt presented Porter Bates, of Trangie, with , a ; handsome Weaver gold medal,' won. byy him in the Ambulance i^ijSt-^STd Competition* for/he having .stopped art^uiai-^Teeding in his- bro\x=req-\ ilie^^ftTot.juntil the sy-rival of the ||§^^rr|and /afterward® rendered as\x=req-\ subsequent treatment of the case. (This medal was presented by Messrs Ed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
Norwich and London Accident Assurance Insure with F. RATH & CO., District Representatives. Personal Ac cident,.-' Workmen's Compensation, ;and.''other Branches of Accident Insurance Accepted. Terms on application. Scottish Union&National Insurance Company. FUNDS, £6,000,000. Fire. Accident. Live Stock. Policies issued to cover Dwellings, Furniture, Stores, Stock-in-trade, Farm Buildings, Crops, Etq. Personal, Accident, Sickness, Workmen's Compensation, and Live Stock Insurance effected at lowest current rates. EDWARD WEAVER & CO. Local Agents, Forbes. Advocate "To plead in favor of, to maintain by argument." This is Webster's definition, and The Advocate that advised you to buy your CHRISTMAS CUTLERY, CROCKERY & GLASSWARE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and KITCHEN USEFULS —AT DONAGHEY'S Is wise in its day and generation. Ex S.S. Port Curtis, a Splendid Selection of PLATED WARE, CARVERS in Cases, and NIC-NACS. All Cutlery, Spoons, and Forks sold by the [Everyda...
THE SENIOR CADETS [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
THE . SENIOR CADETS , The \ Minister for Defence says I whole day drills for cadets will be j reduced to .4 hours, half-day drills to • two hours? and instead of 15 hour ! drills at night 1 hour. In the amend- j ing Bill, provision will bis made for j doing away; with the hardships suffer- * ed by boys in the country having to j attend night drills. Endeavours will i be made to make these drills in the | country day drills where possible. j Provision will also be'made to obviate , boys in the country having to attend drills during inclement weather.
.B. P. WHITE & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
.B. P. WHITE & CO. B. P. White and Co., centi-ally established at the. corner of Cross and Lachlan streets, and known as the busy grocers, are finding tlieir rapidly extending business beyond the capacity of their premises, and so have ■Jiad to utilise a large building across %he street for produce, oilmen's slbi-es, and heavy goods. Mr White, in Jun"£i-qf this year, initiated his Christmas ana the hundred members whTfcjoined it are now reaping the benfiKto' receiving a 25/ Christmas haml^ir containing ham,, biscuits,, raisins, nifi-t& cordials, puddings, and cakes, etc.\-The members have paid in a shilling a week for tlie past six months, and'the accumulation of these provides a substantial and; weir selected hamper l'or Christmas cheer.' On the ground floor of the shop, in the cool cellar, ^',ith its liandy shoot for handling cori'modi\x=req-\ ties, and in the top storey the^firm carries a large stock of grocery, ironmongery, crockery, etc.,.and late Consignments h...
SUCCESSFUL LOCAL STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
SUCCESSFUL LOCAL STUDENTS. Mr Gordon M'Kenzie, probationary student of the Forbes District School, who was successful in winning a scholarship, which entitles him to two years' training in the Sydney Training School for teachers, and also £ 50 a year and free text books, will proceed, to take' up his studies at that institution after the school Christmas vacation. Miss King, who became a probationary student at the 'Forbes school after she had sat successfully for her examination in September, will also proceed to Sydney' for the same purpose after the vacation. Master Gordon has to thank Miss Molster, M.A., headmistress of the Forbes girls school, for his success in languages, which forms part of the curriculum. In the sixth and seventh classes in_the local school, the plan of co-education is adopted, the boys and girls being taught together, whilst the subjects are divided between the headmaster, Miss Molster, and Mr E. O'Ryan, the first assistant, languages, English, French, and ...
DR. PEACOCK. RELEASED ON BAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
RELEASED ON BAIL.' An application was made before Mr Justice A'Bfickett, in Melbourne, on Tuesday, for bail for Dr. Peacock. Bail was granted, self in £ 1000, and one surety in a similar amount. The Grown offered no objection. It is understood tliat the trial will not take place until February 15. Efforts, however, are being made to bring the hearing along earlier. During his term in gaol, Dr. Peacock has applied the greater portion of his time' to the study of French. After he was sentenced, he asked.to be supplied with a French grammar and dictionary. The authorities granted the request, and also obtained for Dr. Peacock an exercise book, entitled "French without Tears."
A FARRER REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
A FARRER REMINISCENCE. ; Mr' Mark H. Reynolds, Inspector of Agriculture,. gives an interesting reminiscence of the late "William Far\x=req-\ rer. In 1878. Mr Farrer was surveying on the Macquarie'..'River. In that year -there was a very severe drought in the west. Mr Farrer, who was even then interested in agriculture, distributed seeds of Johnson grass to Mr. W. Baird and* others, on account of its quick-growing' properties. The year 1879 was a very wet one, and rust was prevalent in the wheat crops of the west. Mr Farrer introduced from America a wheat called Pugh's Rust-proof, which lie distributed to a few of his friends, one of whom wa» farming in the Allora district of Queensland. This miin made a considerable profit out of the wheat for a few years, obtaining as much as 8/G per bushel for. the seed. The name Pugh's Rust-proof was dropped, and the wheat became known as Al\x=req-\ lora Spring...
CRICKET. POVERTY POINT v. NORTH HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
CRICKET. POVERTY POINT v. NORTH HILL. The above match was played on the "Point" wicket, and resulted in a win for the "Pointers" by four wickets arid 31 runs. North Hill batted first, and only succeeded in hitting up 29, the Pointers responding with 45. The Hillites notched 102 in the second innings, and felt comfortable. C. Madden, however, altered the complexion of the game by compiling a fine innings of 67 before retiring, and virtually scored a win for his team. Scores: — North Hill.—First Innings. R. Gunn, c White, b Bevan ... 1 J. Cashman, b Bevan ........ 1 D. Mylechrane, b J. White 0 V. Rath, c J. Rath, b Bevan 3 H. Vitnell, c Miller, b J. White . 0 C. O'Brien, b G. White ... 6 D. Foster, b J. White 4 A.. Davis, c and b Madden . ; . 5 S. Corbett, c Fuller,, b Madden . . 0 B. Davis, b G. White 1 G. M'Kenzie, not out Sundries . . . 0 Total ............. 29 Second Innings. M'Kenzie, b Madden •. . ... . . . 37 Gunn, c C. Cusack, b P.'Cusack 1 Foster, cand b G. White V. Rath, b J...
STOCK CROSSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
STOCKCROSSINfiS. The following stock crossings-,?or> the week are reported Common Ranger: — *• "}*£ December 7th.—520 sheep.; from':. The Warerns to Parkes, MDerinont owner, Strickland in charge. December 9th.—6000 sheep from Weeiong to Warren Downs, Porter owner, Dowly in charge. December,; 12th.—12,000 sheep from Grove Hill , to Flemington, Elliott owner, in charge. .• December 13th.—250 sheep from Yamm'a to Orange, Taylor owner, Devine in charge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
BOLLINGER, THE LEADING JEWELLER, For Dainty Xmas Jewellery. . inspect Our&lt;Large Stock before buying elsewhere, and save money. ONLY ADDllESg... B ir^B(Opposite Soldiers'Memorial). 'PHONE 50. ■? Try ILIEID'S, ■;ILacMan Arcade ! FOR XMAS SUPPLIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Hams, Cakes, Plum Puddings, etc., at SPECIAL PRICES. Do not forget to sample ORG TEA at Is 6d per lb. IT IS THE BEST. M. ILE.E, -■Lacfilam Arcade. Ladies Will find Manson's the Right House for ^11 Xmas Requirements. Smart Neckwear, Blouses, Sunshades, Peggy Bags, Perfumes, Skirts, Costumes, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, itosiery, Etc. Gentlemen S Can be seized best at Manson's. Special shipment of Wood\x=req-\ row's and Borsalino Hats, Helmets, Hard Pelts, Panamas, and Straws; New Shirts in Fashion, Cellular, Etc. Special Neckwear, Summer Suits in Linen, Tussore, Drills, Light Tweeds, Etc. Juvenile Wear. 500 Linen and Drill Suits, from 2/11 to 8/-. Just new fromv the factory, and Smart Styles. ALL YOU WANT AT d. SViar...
M. LEE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
M. LEE. ■ The coolest, airiest .business place in town is the big arcade in.Rankin\x=req-\ street, where Mr M. Lee, general importer, carries on the business of. general merchant. :. The stock on the ground floor of ^drapery, grocery, crockery; ironmongery, boots^ -and shoes, etc.,. is supplemented: in the galleries whicli surround- it, and the furniture department is also "on the second floor, whilst in the cool basement beneath dairy produce, such as butter, -cneese, hams, etc., are rStock\x=req-\ eu.. There is every facility here Tor working the large stock which is always carried. . There is a large, bulk •and produce store at-- the rear; and the facilities here for loading and unloading are unrivalled. A;large. stock of: wire netting is stored .here, and an importation of aluminium goods has just been received. In 'these hot days/it is a pleasure to shop at this emporium, : which is replete • with ,Christmas requisites and the everyday necessaries of-life. , \
HUNTER & PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
HUNTER & PHILLIPS. This is the oldest established firm of general storekeepe rs in Forbes. Twenty-one years ago Mr Hunter joined Mr Schreiber, now resident in Sydney, five years later Mr Phillips bought out the latter, and four years ago himself removed to Sydney, where he represents the firm, and being always on the spot, and purchasing for cash, the firm at the same time owning its premises in Forbes, the customers of this establishment get the value of their money in the goods they purchase. The growth of the business is visible to the naked eye without the aid of a magnifying tense. There is the old stone floor stone building of twenty years ago, with a 50ft. frontage to Rankin\x=req-\ sireet, and a depth of but 20ft. Extensions from time to time have now added another storey, and the roof now covers- the whole depth of the block. The firm doesn't bang a drum, but conducts business in a careful way along safe lines, and success follows, for the business has increased by ...
MANSON & co. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
!: v ; manson & co. This business dates back to the birth of Forbes, haH~«M5§«tury ago. The present manager is Mr "D. L. Hutchison, ; and his. predecessoi\Mr J. W. Baldock, has been associated with" it for 47 : years, whilst ' Mr ■McLean." in chargCL.of the grocery, hast SUSal~ The first thing that attracts attention at Mansons is the splendid stock' of Woodrow s hats, of which they are the ..sole importers. . They are . of many, designs ana color's* and. degrees of lightness, and; some', types bear the appropriate names of "The Forbes" and "The Laclilan." • •Six\x=req-\ teen dozen, of tliem had just been opened up after their long voyage from' the manufacturers, and are of: the latest modes, . The famous Bor\x=req-\ solino is. also stocked.' Shirts are a special line because of the combination of quality "and cheapness. This is due'to the fact that the material is Imported, and the. shirts; made up in an Australian factory at so much per dozen. They are of Infinite variety,...
LEYNE & CO.. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 15 December 1911
LEYNE & CO.. Leyne & Co., of Rankin-st.', are specialists in men's wear, and . any article purchased there, ."whether it be a Stetson, hat,- a suit: to measure, or your, footwear, you may be sure that, you .are getting the very best article in the market; quality is the first consideration. If you want a No. 1 qualityj Stetson, you can be suited for 3.7/6, or if you are looking for a lower-priced hat, you can get the Bor\x=req-\ "solino from 12/6 to 15/6, or you can, if you wish,\pa'y a high price for a Panama that takes your fancy, or be' content with a less expensive one. The one thing you can rely on is that if you purchase there a complete outfit, from your headgear to your footwear, including your suit to measure, your shirt, collar, tie, hose,, and underwear,-you are as fashionably dressed as it is possible to be, and all the time you have quality; your boots- are liandsewu, - "^our shirts," hose, and- mercery are of the very latest mode, and your underwear is ...