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ORANGE JUBILEE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

ORAXG.N JUKIIjEB SHOW; - The Orange P. & A. Association will liold their.annual show on 24th: 25 th, and 20th ' of this" month. The secretary, Mr. "YV".' Tanner;- is making a special effort on this occasion to. brin'g-the show in keeping with such an important district as Orange. Ii is expected that the show will . be one of the best out of Sydney. The entries, at the time of writing are more numevous than ever, and by closing time -.(this . afternoon) ,;,tliey are expected to be a record for .the, society. Special 'cheap trains . ■ will run to Orange from all the. princi pal centres of • the. west.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

LOCAL AMD GENERAL. iilcionsixg coukt. 'J he quarterly meeting of the licensing court was held yesterday morning at the Court House. Mr. P. P. D. Mears, P M-, and Mr. W. G. Dowling, L M. were on the bench. The inspector submitted his report, v/hich was of a very satisfactory nature. It recommended that improve ments be effected at some of the hotels and the Bench stated that they would assist the inspector and see that the re commendations were carried out.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH LEAD PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

SOUTH III:AD I'UBIjIC SCHOOL. We have been shown the follow ing copy of e. letter received by Mr. J. P. ■ .Lynch,-■"3Vi.Ii.A; from the Department of Public Instruction:— "Sir,—With reference to your per sonal representations at this office, respecting the provision of a wind mill, etc., in connection with the Public School at South Lead, I have, the honor to acquaint you that tlie; Minister of Public Instruction lias approved of the acceptance of Mr. Loxley' offer to carry out the work. The whole cost .of the work .will-bo borne by this Department. The matter lias been referred to the local Inspector ,.of Schools with a view to ma.(:ing."arrangoments with Mr. Loxley for„ having the necessary, action taken; ■

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

FRANCIS BIRTLES, on Anthony Hord«m'> Universal Bicyclo. Tho UNIVERSAL DICYCLE Is ridden by Francis BiriJcs all over Australia, wii/i c-di* Two Suretl Cooler Hub, Free Wheel on both G?;'/5' Ba,ck Pedalling and Front Rim Brakt wi .h Dunloi) Tyres, Price, £12 10/ L'-NIVERSAL BICYCLE, built to any ,Mci. V.'ith O.'eanic Tyres .. £lg Willi Dinlop Tyrts .... £n With Eadie Coaster Hull and Dun Ion Tyres . . .. £H/l0f. Ladies' Models, 20/- extra. Write for Bioycle and Sports List, Post Fr!(. ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS, ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, NEW PALACE EMPORIUM BRICKFIELD SiJLL, - SYDNEY SE STD 1SS5, Tel. 59. W. E. LUTHJE, —TEI E LEADING — Funeral Director, Rankin Street, Forbes. TO THE LADIES of FORBES (incl District. THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY are inviting holders oI Sewing Machines to visit the Singer Shop, corner of Camp and Sheritt streets, opposite Government Sav ings Bank, to obtuin Free Lessom on the Darner, Art ancl Drawu 1 liread Work, from an Expert Lady Instructr...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

NOTICE. AS Private Gates on Jerualong— pome netted—have freuently been left open, and sheep boxed, on and alter this date any person found trespassing or taking "short cuts" will be prosecuted. Also, during summer months any person found smoking cigarettes or uncovered l ipes will be proceeded against for "Careless Use of Fire." D. HANNAH, 1 /ll/'09. Manager.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

The Markets. John liridgo & Co., report: JJur- I nig the past week there has been | practically nouiiug doing in wool Made, Hie brokers' attention being mainly occupied by the numerous country \ iciiory to Sydney i'or the Easier Carnival. The outlook in ihe wool trade is a little bit beLter ' on account ol' the more hopeful po- ; sition as regards the industrial | trouble in the United Kingdom, i With the miners once more at i work and trade being normal we shall expect to find a better feeling at the next, sales to be held in Brisbane at tho end of the month, and in Sydney the following week. Dttlgoty and Company, Ltd., re port: Matters incidental to tlie Show and visits from country clients liavo : chielly engrossed our attention dur ing the week. As far as the course of tlio market is concerned, ' the opening of tlie second series of London Sales, which takes place to day, is awaited with much interest, and although the coal strike does not yet appear to have been effect ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shearing Fixtures for 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

Shearing Fixtures for S9S2. The name of the station is given, the number oI shearers required, whether the shearing ia done by hand or machine, and tho number ol sheep to bo shorn. The largest number o£ sheep to be Bhorn at ono station is Wingadee (Coonamble), where 120,000 will be put through; then come. Burrawang (Bogan Gate) 100,000, Goonoo Qoonoo (Tamwortli) 100,000 and Buttabone (Warren) 80,000. July 19 to 31. Gillendoon, Warren, 1G, M, 60,000 Weinab'ing, Warren, 14, M, 16,000 Dando, Mullaley, 21, M, 4!t;Q00. Buttabone, Warren, 50, M, 80,000 Warrnnn, Coonamble, 44, M, 50,000. | Gidgeonbah, Coonamble, 9, M, 13C,000 Bimble, Coonamble, 18, M, 33,000 Gulargaiubono, Gular, '12, M, 27 000. Tooloon, Coonamble, 10, M, 30,000 Whigadre. Coonamble, 45, M, 120.000 Gunelali, Coonamble, 6, M, 16,000. Nobea, Coonamble, 10, M, 25,000

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

K ill VV A LiL>. rilJiJ above Howard will be paid to any person giving such information as will lead to cue conviction of any one Destroying Rabbit-proof Fencing ,u iJurruwang Station. THUs. JilJOLS & CO. O .'V IA.L VJl. iiiii above liBtiara .riu bo puiU xor iaiuiiiiiition UlUL ttul lecid to LUe conviction oi any porouu 01 persons cuc «\:o'i.i.liig it'ellct-B oil uowu, 01 leanu^ iieuing uuies open xruspas^eis prusecuieU. oxJuA t. DXiJIV'JL'. i\V ANY Person found SHOOTING, HLUNi'liNU, or iKUerwitfe "JLxti^biJA£is x;sU on Jr'itAiii.j.mij.i.iNiJt) win u« prosecuted wiiuuui rospect to per sona. AU previous permissions cancelled jNU'llUiv Any lJerson found snooting, Fish lug, Hunting, or omerwise trespass ing on iJUXD itUiN will bo prosecut oil without respect, to persons. S'i'iTT isKOS. ( IM Ui. AUji. After this date any person found Hunting, Shooting, issuing. Using tuo Jfrivato Trades, or otherwise Trespassing on any part of (Jarra voumty, xraversuaio, and Wonga cng, will b...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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August [?] to 14. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

Auijuut b to 14. Callala, Mullaley, 5, M, 6000 Merringreen, Weat Wya,long, 12, M, 22,000 Mount Harris, Warren, 14, M» 28,000 Lime View, Myall View, 8, M* 24,000 Myall Park, Arinatree, 12, M, 12,000 Merrigal, Gilgandra, 12, M, 30,000 Quabathoo, Quambone, 14, Ms 27,000 Pier- Pier, Coonamble, 5, 12,000 Neinhy, Gulargambone, 6, M, 6,500 Morriniba, Warren, 16, M, 36,000 -■■■. Grassmere, Oular, 4, 11, 11,000 liorambll, Condobolin, 23, •. M» 36,000 . Merriwee, Condobolin, .19, :Wi 28,000 .... West Milby, Condobolin, 4, Hi 4,000 Mowabla, Condobolin, 4, M, 7,000 Lake Midgeou, Narrandora, 42, M, 55,000 Hoi'eallan, Boreallan, 16, M, 30,000 Narlah, Ardlothan, 26, M, 30,000 Boona West, Condobolin, 14, M, : 30,000

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
August 1 to 7. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

August 1 to 7. warge liock, Parkes, 10, M, 22,000 Ellengorah, Trangie, 10, M, 30,000 Al.urublebone, Warren, 22, M, 23,000 lladdon Rig, Warren, 20, M, 20,000 Wonbobble, Warren, 15, M, 30,000 iliddlofielt), Nar'mino, 18, M, 30,000 Wallin Uii.lan, Narroinine, 8, M, 10,000. Bocklittin Blandford, 0, AI, 10*500 13akweU«, Parkville, S), M, 20,000 Two-Alile Shed, Guniiedah, 16, At JJorida, Gilgandra, 20, AI. 40,000 TUo Maze, Armatree, C, AI, 24,000 Morri Merri, Gular, 10, AI, 42,500 Uoobcroi, ftuabaloug, .20, SS» 45;000 I'lno Clump, W.arren, 10,: M, 20,000 Omco, Gulur, S',' M, 11,000 Carwoll, Gular, 12, M, 15,000 Coonamblo Scour, Coouamble, 16, M 00,000 Weetulibuh, Woetaliba'u, 10, M, 36,000 Goorlauawa, G ulargambcme, 22, M i Glenlee, Condobolln, 7, M, 9,000. Caragabal, Grenfell, 21, M,-43,000 Nonibi, Mullaley, 14, AI, 12,000 Thulloo, Yalgogrin, 7, AI, 30,000. Narwonali, Narromino, 7, M, 10,000.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.W.U. Shearing Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

A.W.U. Shearing Rates. As apart from the recent arbitra tion award in ilie shearing industry b> -Mi. Justice Higgius there are many important alterations in the general conditions of the work in KlHKlt,. The A.W.U. has drafted a number of new rules, in accordance with and in amplification ol' the award, which will be binding on its members. TUo most important ones are thoso relating to the vet sheep question. Mr. Justice I-Iiggius said that scien tific means lmd not yet been found for determining what degree of damp was safe for shearing. He therefore flowed Mr, Justice O' Connor in allowing a shearer to re fuse to shear when lie considered the sheep were too wet, provided he gave due notice to the overseer. But, in order to provide against one or two fidgety men bringing a shear ing temporarily to an end (because there seemed to be a point of un ionist honour for men wlio thought the sheep were dry to decline to shear when some considered the sheep wet) lie directed that a sec v...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE LAND OWNER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

TO I'TIi: I>AX1) OWNKK. We have received the following letter, dated 11th inst., from the Chairman (.Mr. R, B. Mackenzie) of the Reserves Kevision Board, and U should spei'k for itself;—"Sir,— It in ay bo of interest to the Past ures Protection Boards, and otlier public bodies or individuals in the Forbes district, to hear, through your widely published paper, that the Reserves Revision and Crown Lands Classification Board, will be visiting tlio town of Forbes on Tuesday next—they will be engag ed in the Forbes district for some considerable time'—-'.and will be pleased to hear any expressions of opinion in connection with the re serves or Crown lands of the dis trict that may be . brought before them "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

There is nothing appeals to a lady like smart footwear. She recognises that good serviceable stylish | footwear add so much to her appearance that she can't afford to disregard them. .. We have a fine selection of all the latest shapes and styles in Ladies' Boots and Shoes. Yes they are all reliable dependable footwear with every feature of smartness, com fort style and service that the most econo micalvfomac could deBiro. Our prices are unrivalled for economy. We cau't enucoerate them. -come and inspect Yours to Boot, FORBES*

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE YAMMA ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

'i \\m.ma iosxatj:. iiy advertisement in another por iiun of this issue it will ho soon that tlio veil known Yamina Kst.ate is to lie put up lor auction at Messrs Weav.r & Co's. offices on 12th June, The auctioneers are Messrs Trebock, Son, and Co., of Sydney, and Messrs Weaver .fc Co., ot Forbes, in conjunction. The es tate comprises "SOI acres of free hold and c.p- land, and has been In the ownership of the Doyle family for (lie past -1L' years. Fuller par ticulars regarding the sale will be advertised in a later issuo.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Socialistic Screech. "BLOOD OF FELLOW-WORKERS." [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

A Socialistic Screech. "BLOOD OF FELLOW-WORKERS." Alfred Giles, a prominent Socialist and trade unionist, was fined £100, or three months in gaol, at Broken Hill on Satur day afternoon for refusing to allow his son to attend military training. ' The magistrate (Mr. Butler) refused to grant time to pay, so the secretary of the A.M. A. telegraphed to Mr. Cann, M.L A., asking him to arrange with the Attorney Genersl for 21 days' grace for the payment of the fine, or to apply for a prohibition. The local Labor paper shrieks against the conviction, and asks what are th»s workers going to do about it. The paper says:—" Workers,—Your comrade Alfred Giles was sent to gaol yesterday for re fusing to allow his son to be trained for murder, rapine, and robbery. Unionist Giles is an honest, peaceful, industrious citizen, who is esteemed by his fellow men. He has committed no moral wrong, yet because he will not allow his son to be taught to dye his hands red in the blood of his fellow workers a...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sport and Pastime. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

Sport and Pastime. (By Bayard). The yearling sales just concluded re sulted in 486 lots being disposed of, the total realising £68,508. * » • In the billiard match between Harver son and Lindrum the former won. The scores were Harverson 15,000, Lindrum 14,561. a 0 * J'he boxing match between Lester and Howard at the Sydney stadium on Satur day night resulted in a win for Lester in ten rounds. 0 » o The Cowra Jockey Club Easter meeting was a great success both in respect to rac ing and attendance. The takings at the gates were £372 as against ^347 the prev ious meeting, It o * Alibi, ' y Fortunatus from Asleep, by Somnus from Acacia, by Captivator, and therefore full brother to Artful, seemed to revel in the dead going, which may have contributed to his success in the Coogee Handicap on Wednesday. He adds one more to the list of aristocrats sired by Mr. Harry Taylor 3 great stallion Fortunatus. Alibi beat a number of good ones in the race. a « • The £50 pigeon match held at Cowra on ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AEROPLANING AT ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

AEROrUVNING AT OllANGE. The executive of the Orange A. and I\ Association (says the "Ad vocate") lias secured an attraction for the show next week that should meet with, fullest support. Mr. Stone, has through Mr. Philip Ly tlon, arranged for an exhibition and flight of his monoplane from the Orange show ground on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday next week on. behalf of the Association, and on his own behalf on Saturday. Four flights 011 four successive days will bo a novelty certainly, and should draw peoplo from a hundred miles radius, as it is the only likely op portunity they will have- of seeing an aeroplane in the west for a A jug tlfiio to come.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISS ZILLAH HARRISON AND HER ENTERTAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

MISS ZIJyLAII HAimiSON AND HJ3K EXTKHTAIN'KKS. The brilliant lyric soprano, who is to favor Forbes with a visit on Monday even ing next, April 22nd, will be welcomed by all concert goers. xMiss Harrison needs no introduction to Forbes patrons, as her sweetly pretty voice, and charming per sonalty arc proverbial. Along with her is Mr. Ernest Wallings, well and favourably known to Western audiences as a basso of high order, and whose popularity is increas ing by leaps and bounds. Molly McCabe is another of the company who is no stran ger to Forbes, and as a child dancer has no compeer in the Commonwealth. Leslie Holmes will supply the comic element; Fred Bell, the King of Mimics, will repre. sent his inimitable mimicry numbers, and Miss Winnie Khodcs, a charming Knglish soubrette, will fill the bill for a first-class night's amusement. Miss Gladys Alpin is pianiste to the company. 1 he box plan is at Cochrane's

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. JOHN MEAGHER ON THE HOME RULE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

MR. .TOHX MEAGHER OX THE HOME RULE KILL. Interviewed in Batluirst, Mr. John Meagher, M.L.C., said lio thought that Irishmen all over tlio world should be highly pleased with. Mr. Asquith'e bill. It went much fur ther, and was more liberal in its provisions than either of Mr.. Gladstone's measures of 1S8C or 189o. When they remembered that Mr. Charles Stewart Parnell was willing to accept the bill of 188G, they could understand why Irishmen were enthusiastic over the present bill, which more fully real ised their aspirations. It was evid ent from the cables that the new measure was being received in England with les3 opposition than iis predecessors. One important difference between it and the bill of 1880 was that it provided for Irish representation in tlio llouso of Commons, whereas the earlier mea sure did not. -It was that omission which evoked tlio opposition of loaders of tlio Catholic Church, in cluding Cardinal Manning, .and its inclusion in the present bill was the best ans...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORBES GYMNASIUM CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 April 1912

FOK1JES GYMNASIUM CLUB. A general meeting of tlie mem bers of the Forbes Gymnasium Club was held on Monday night in the Presbyterian School Hall. Tlie Rev Mr. McDov/oll occupied the chair, and there was a fair attendance of members. Tlie President explained the object of the meeting, and pointed out. that, owing to the club not being able to secure a hall, ho thought it would be advisable to wind it up. The secrteary, Mr. Ford, road a statement of affairs, which showed that the club was in debt to the amount or £11 2s 4d. On tho motion fo Mr. Stevenson, seconded by Mr. Ford, it was decid ed to wind up the club, and tho president, and Messrs Ford and Kinnaird were appointed a sub-com committee to dispose of the imple ments aiid arrange for paying the overdraft.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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