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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

11 Jiocomo up-to-date—buy a motor car-—you need one—it's not what you do now wilhout ono, it'n what moro you could do it you lmd one. i'erliap;; you know this and vou don't know wliat car to buy. In that caso, why not follow the lead of tho experienced motorist ?—-buy a car with great strength, yot light weight—with surplus power, yet not loo much.—with ri;;ht width of track—with good clearance, and especially with a proven reputation for Australian conditions. Kffpo L rA.;/ ) p.r< TO V''$£y * ••• isuiiit'v, THB trr® obtain best/1"* " . RESSJSJTS. >ti; CooA Mtokf with X\i fted.lfetcrsJMt. XPERT CmSSWC-jkM^'^v ^ ■<!'< BY CCNSiC ! >?G Tv FAT SHEEP, CATTLE & PIG S Moore Street SYDNEY. : t&z iszzza:?--" ': .'NEW- W.HEA r. TO WHEAT CKOWCR8 ■ If you have not secured the best prices in the past, write to Lift DLEY-WALKED a GO., fiflARK LANS. tYDtaY, •.•regarding^-your.-hcrop.-i:- ■ .They -are admittedly the leading Wheat Sales lnon of ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

CROWN LAND SALE. SALK at Hi ! Lands Ollicc, For'ncif, on Wed neadiiy, the 24th «Jny ot April, 1912, at noon, tl:i! follow iug will 1 i; offered for Fali: liy auction, viz. :—Portion 73, Puriuh of C wlaliiuleo, county of fiipps, Area 1 usrc 1 rood 37 porchon, and Upset price £'.rl. Terms s—Heposit 25 per cent-, tmlnncn in tluoe m nl ha. Fui tln*r particular!) maybe obtained from the Crown Lund Agent, Forties, or " Gazette " No. 29 of the 2Sth February, 1912, ARTHUR J- HARK, 5»77. Uuder Seorctory for Lands, j Notice. [on and after this date I will not "be responsible lor any debts con I traded in my name without my | writ!en authority. j (Signed) J. I. DENT. 1st April, 1912. Oonia Station Blocks. EDWARD "WEAVER & CO., : FORBES, in conjunction with SEL LA!!. & QUODIjING, COOMA, will sell at FORBES at an early date 11,000 acres of the famous 'OOMA' Estate in Blocks to suit all Buyers on Liberal Terms. Full particulars j to follow. ' Tenders. Messrs E. Patterson &...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

, PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. I Sunday, April 21— Forbes, 11 a.m. Forbes, 7.30 p.m. Bedgerabong, 11 a. Rev. J. McDowell.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In and Around Sydney. Written Specially for Country Renders. THE REWARD CAME TOO LATE.. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

In and Around Sydney. Written Specially for Country Hcndors. (By T.C.B.) THE REWARD CAME TOO LATE.. Mr. Dacoy's death on Thursday Inst was the; second among members of the Labi: cabinet. The late Mr. MaeDonell, Chief Secretary, had on ly a short experience ol' ministerial work, bet he retained his portfolio during a long illness. The lace Co lonial Treasurer, Mr. Dacey, died in harness. Take; him all in all he was a good stamp of man, solid, conscientious, and personally popu lar. Outside the ranks oi his 'own political party he was credited; vitl having earned recognition a good wliiie beiorc it reached him.'"When it did comt, his way, and lie, was given the portfolio of Treasurer, his friendly ciitics summed it; up as the very one he was least qualified to i'iil. His age was only D7.- a native of Cork, he was brought to Australia when three, years of age, and bei'oie entering Parliament was in the eoaclibuilding business. His untimely death ended the ambition of his life on the th...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

Church Services. i i CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, April 21st— Second Sunday after Easter. Forbes, 11 n.m, Forbes, 7,30 p.m. Bareenong, ;i p.m. Rev. W. V. Thomson. Eugowra, 2.30 p.m. Eugowra, 7.30 p.m. Rer. T. D. Dunstan.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONTINUOUS RECONSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

CONTINUOUS RECONSTRUCTION Trouble, credited with never com- j ing singiy, has hung around.thej McLrowen Government since the. day i oc its bzrt.ii. A singular run of mis-. adventure has shadosved it from tu.Q , beginning, causing almost continu-j ous reconstruction. Yet with re*' markable tenacity it has- lived! through all the unprecedented disrI ruption ant1 dislocation. In the midst of it all the man who worried ! least was -Mr. McGowen; the man who had oei asion to .worry.' most was Mr. Holman, ; who. in addition to carrying the .weight ot lxis-, own responsibilities shouldered ; also , the heavy end cf the Premier's. Mr. Griffith encountered more personal hostility than any other memberv of the Cabinet; Air. Beeby paddled his canoe skilfully through the rapids and whirlpools of aggressive minis terial activities; Mr. Trefle,. as -be came a Aiinister for Agriculture; lias gone anu is going about his bus-, iness uuprovcking and unprovoked; ;■

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A VAUDEVILLE PRESS WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

A VAUDEVILLE PRESS ' WOMAN "London week by week,: by .Emily Soldene," was cleverly . written' -in a style that several had tried,' to imitate, bur. only to inflict a jerky sensation upon the reader/riie- wom an was brimful of vivacity; in, every sentence she wrote there was spaiv kle, in overv paragraph a smile,.-m overj coiumii a laugh; l£er- leading characters on the stage—nomatter how many years ago—she brought with lipr on to the- newspaper press. Iier'a was vaudeville pen work, done by an artiste. No other vaudeville newspaper writer lias yet come to the surfaco. Emily-.- . Sol dene's terse sentences were , the bright patter of a mind that was in love with life, that never saw any part of a dark cloud but its silver, lining.. Before thousands - of-Oilier readers heart, of her illness- -/.they: heard of her death.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

ITEMS OF MEWS. The prompt action of the Fire Brigade in turning out so quickly to the fire in Templar Street on Wednesday morning is well worthy of mention. The Forbes ratepayers should be proud of the captain and his men. Over iiOOO pairs of rabbits arc be ing received daily at 'the .Milfi iiocpe trucking works, and six (rucks uf rabbits are forwarded weekly, yet, the supplies do not decrease. The Secretary of Grcnfell Dis trict Hospital states that the late jion. G. H. Greene, in his will, be queathed tlie sum of £100 towards tue proposed maternity ward at the Hospital. Tho Werriwa Labor selection bal lot was counted at the Trades Hall on Tuesday. It resulted in Mr.. John Lynch being chosen to contest the peat in the Labor interest. Mr. Lynch is a farmer ol' Thuddungra, between Young and Teniora. For many years he has been a promin ent member of the central branch of the Australian "Workers' Union. He has also taken an active part in Cue Young Political Labor League. Tho election,...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sport and Pastime [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

Sport and Pastime1 Trafalgar in his racing career has run 90 miles 3i furlongs and has won £20,707 in prize money. e » « Mr. A Connelly has parted with the A.J.O. Handicap winner, Gunboat, the purchaser being Mr. T. Scott, owner of Saxonite. The price is not stated but it is announced that fiunboat will accom pany Saxonite to Melbourne * » « E. U. G. won a double at the Young Turf Club meeting last week. After win ner the Burrangong Handicap he put up a penalty of iolb and won the Town I'lafe. He started favorite at 3 to I on and won easily. 3 * tf It is reported that inquiries were made with a view to purchasing Trafalgar to send him to England to take part in the long distance races there, but the horse is not for sale. Flaxen has probably run his last race for a long time. He bled so freely from the nose while taking part in the A..J.U. Plate Handicap that W Kelso is likely (o retire him for a while Kelso has a lease of Flaxen until December 31st next, # o * A couple of sports it...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bathurst Races. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

Bathurst Races. Following are the weights for the Bathurst .Show races to be held on Mon day and Tuesday Qpcning Handicap, Gf.—Ov/eenee 10.2, Malt Rose 10.2, The Acolyte 9 7, Veronite 8.12, Orsile 8.I0, Corallina 8 8. Stitch in-Time 8 7, Ayrbrook /.ll, I'ine Park 7.8, Vauntie 7.5, Water Paint 6 7. Bathurst Handicap, Ira. 55yds.—Malt Rose 9.I2, The Acolyte 9 6, Orsile 8.9, Corallina 8.7, Stitch in Time 8-6, Mount Terrill 8 2, May Dance 8 0, E.U G. 7.0, , Koba 67,

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. Friday, April 19th. Before Mr. P. P. D. Mears P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

Poiiee Court. Friday, April 19th. Before Mr. t; P, D. Blears P.M. "\V. G. Dowling, stock inspector, summoned \V\ W. Adams for failing tc register his stock up to Decem ber 31st, 1911. Mr. Keymond appeared for the P.P. Board. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was lined CI, costs of court 4s, and professional costs £1 Is. \V. G. Dowling summoned P. .T. Cleary on a similar charge. The de fendant pleaded guilyt, and vat fined £1, costs of court 5s, and pro fessional costs £1 Is. Thomas Webb, commons ranger, proceeded against Thomas Henry White for allowing' more than ten sheep to depasture on the common. Mr. Moloney appoared for the Council, and Mr. Hevmoiul for the defendant, who pleaded guilty. Tho P.M. imposed a fine of 10s, costs 6s, and professional costs £1 Is. William Rath proceeded against Edward Nock for using insulting language to him on March 21st. Mr. Moloney appeared for the complainant and Mr. Robinson for tho defendant, who pleaded not guilty. William Rath stated: I am in...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For the Motorist TYRES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

For the Motorist* (By A. E. Peppercorn). TYlilJS. In a previous article 1 mentioned (hut I thought tyres were the most expensive item in the upkeep of a cur. Ol' course it is possible that tliis may not always be the case ; but, with a heavy sar and a well made engine, it is undoubtedly true. Ncedess to say I cannot discuss the merits of different makes of lyres, but as some are better tint.a others it behoves the reader to find out the tyre that serves him best and stick to it even if he has t.o pity a litt.llo more. As with a car ti e life of a tyre is reckoned by the mileage, and to get the most out oi' any make of tyre, is the object of this article. The average motorist gets his car shod and waits for his first blow out or puncture; these he gets repaired and probably the tyres give him entire satisfaction, if be rnus them, what lie considers a fair mileage. When worn out he may continue with the sam(? make or may try some other brand and find thai they are not up to the I aver...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

rintod and Published by William Brooke and Sons, at the Offlco of the "Forbes Times" Gaa Printing Works, corner Lacnlan & Urowao Streets, Forbes, N.S.W, MR. 3. A. OASESR, the Vienna Optician, may ba consulted at ALBION HOTEE. FORBE8, on Friday, April 28th far#?? r,„ st&sa Visit MR. BASSER AND HAVE YOUR EYES TESTED FREE. f] If your Eyes easily tire and throb iJ you have constant headaches. If j ;; your sight at limes become blurred, or it" your sight troubles you in anjl 5 way, jou should take advantage o£ my o£fer to thoroughly and acientl-j £ fico.ll.< test your Eyes, Absolutely Free. Each Eye will be examined sop fi aratoly with the aid of the very lateHt and most improved instruments, tj including the Cornea Ophthalmiscope, the first in Australia, and j glasaeu wil not be recommended unless tfcey are positively necessary. Children's Eyes are also treated, and in every Instance my charges j are very reasonable. My certificates are the highest in Australi...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eugowra News. From our Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

Eugowra Mews. From our Correspondent. The weather still keeps dry, and the roads are in an awful state. A few changes have taken pi ice in the weather since writing last, but we have had no rain. A euchre party and dance will be held in the School of Arts hall on the 21st April in aid of the Catholic church funds. The first prize for ladies will be a trophy valued at one guinea, and ditto for gents. Mr. L. Laneyrie's Wilton Ro;=e, which proved unsuccessful at Eu gowra race?, goes to Sydney to morrow to race with the ponies. A general footballers meeting will be held at Laneyrie's on Saturday night. A large number of Eugowra sports travelled to the Goolagong races which were hold on Saturday. Mr. A. Ashcroft, who has not been very well for a fortnight, went to Matron Kemp's private hospital, Parkes, a few days ago, and we are glad to hear that ho is himself again and will be home on Friday. Mr. H. V. Messiner has been ap pointed teacher at Bonnedell school. Eugowra, 18th April.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

Rifle Shooting. l'lif.:' ici ut nr:,;'-< w> li;;.' ro tir^ela ior.lc place mi \\ -:cl:..u':r y ust «itli the tollov.ing ie:olt» : — 1200 300 500 (00 ,J. Jen!<in!'-il ... • 0 ■20 17 •JO A. Mil (jnive ... 19 20 — — ,J. V e di-r 1H 17 — — A. Peppercorn ... 1!) 19 8 — (J. Buekl n i ^0 10 10 18 A. Mc'Jougall ... 20 19 Hi lo '.V. Stone 18 15 8 0 T'linit) r of hI.oIh >.!. inch range, 5, I'os fiiblc 20. I'nciiee l<y the SaUinlny niiuiion t Ucb place on Uio '2lJc.li iiiHUtnt, anil imi.-ketiy proper will s'.art on Weilnebd.y anil .Sulur fl;iy of next weeU un.1 continue regularly eanh Wediienluy anrl Sulunluy un il com pleted. Members must £0 tlir tho mu lu'ry courxc and iire if quested to 'il eal regularly u.-i llie (imo is innitjcl.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

ON SUCCESS. Quickness of decision and pertina city aro important qualities necessary to success in life, but, always, there must bo opportunity. An American millionaire attributed his start, in li£o to the "buss" disliking him and giving liini the "sari-:." He said that ho was, at the li111'getting a 1'air salary and, if the "boss" hail liked him, his life, probably, would have been spent in the s:;:no employment. The great thing is to recognise opportunity when it presents itself. Of course, anyone who suffers from ill-health is enor mously handicapped in the struggle for success. Xo one can possibly do his best when suffering, as so many persons do, from common ailments such- as rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, lumbago, backache, sciatica, blood disorders, anaemia, indigestion, bili ousness, jaundice, sick-hcadaeho, gen eral debility, gravel, stone or bladder troubles. Anyone thus afflicted is strongly recommended to try the effect of Warner's Safe Cure. The curative action of "Warner...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

The Town Band. A committee niceinig oi' the Town j,^uU V>US hOiU ,/ljl J-iiUi'ridUi tvvill ,,, iii uie luvu tiau. iur. A. .). j..,iuuoK uccujJica tue chair, aim llCr(. woro also present Messrs a. I). Ji. Nolson, a. Uileni'iBi, ij. Uoy uiund, W. Acret (.uandmasLerj, and j. Cusack (secretary). Tae secretary read a statcnu-m oi aii'airs, wliicli showed that, ai i.<.c paying accounts to tho amount, oi ii.y iyy 1(1 !lle ^"<1 fund would ,,L ill UuLilt £1 Ud dd. llic iUattjinoiii. '.i<w ad op led, and oh i'uo motion i)t nr. kelson, sec oaucd by Air. ikojiaoud, the ac couiii-rf wore passed l'or payment. ^ui-iespondence ivaa read— From the Municipal Council, en dosing .£10 'is subsidy, and pointing out Uiat the Band was not keeping to its agreement with resx>ect to playing programmes in the parks. From the Methodist Church, en c'oslug £1 10s as a donation. From the secretary ol' the Hospi tul, asking the Band to play free of chargo at the races to be he...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 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 tine 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, corn fort-—stylo and service that the most econo micalwoman could desire. Our prices are unrivalled for economy. We can't enumerate come and inspect them. S3 Yours to Boot, FOHB

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Forbes-Stockinbingal Railway. VISIT OF THE PREMIER. TURNING OF THE FIRST SOD. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

Forbes-Stockinbingal Railway. " VISIT OF .TUB PREMIER. TURNING OP THE FIRST SOD. The honorary secretaries of the Forbes Railway League, Messrs G. T. Weaver and J. W. Mills, are in receipt of the following communica tion from Mr. Jack Lvncli, M.L.A.: "Dear Mr. Lynch—The suggest ion that the Premier should turn the first sod at Forbes in connection with the Forbes-Stockinbingal rail way has been communicated to the Minister for Public Works. Mr. McGowen will bo prepared to perso nally perform tlio ceremony if. the Department named sees.no objection and ho is prepared to make the necessary arrangements. — Yours faithfully, E. B. Harkness, secretary to the Premier." Following on the above we have received from the Premier's Secre tary tlio following itinerary isolating to Mr. McGowcn's projected to:tr through the western districts of New South Wales:— Sunday, 5th May—Leave Sydney for Stuart Town, 7.52 p.m. Monday, Cth May.—Arrive Stuart Town 5.50 a.m. Afternoon— Motor to Wellington. Sta...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAMS AND TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 20 April 1912

THAMS AND TRAFFIC. ' '' What has the man who could do }t better to say about the: Sydney, trams now? On each of two days in a single week they carried up wards of a million passengers, with out a serious accident. Some notice has been taken of the fact, some credit has been given, but in the main the fan'iliar complaint of inef ficiency has; not been disturbed Just how the service was equal to the task, hcwever, is a mystery, for the over-crowding was little more than is experienced at certain hours daily. But if the trams were re quired to carry a million jjassengers on one day during • Easter week," what will be the task set them ten years hence.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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