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Strike at Grenfell Railway Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

Strike at Grenfell Railway Yards. 'i'liis week's ifsm.' of liic (Iiuiifo'l " 0t>3er vci' " has llio fu'ncm iiig • A strike occurred at thi; Ort lifel! railway yards on Tuesday at last week. From what wo can lean), Die. wheat. buyers lot the slacking ami loading cif wheat to eertain men who hue laborers to help thum to do the uork. Tile la oiets, '.vho were get.. Ling 10s per ('ay, n*ked for an increase to I2.i per day. Tiie loulraetoi s nuked the wheat buyers to pay this increase, bid tlie wheat buyets did nut i< e their way clear to do so, bolioving that the contraetois could pay it thcinrelves and s!ill eatti Rood money. An instance was given where a contractor iif cripavinc three mini lO.i emh still had i'B S.i'left for himself out of the day's earn ings. One contractor intimated liia willirig 'iii'S3>lto take on the whole of the work, and pay (lie men 12s Od per day. The contract •»ors held a consultation with their labo rers (uid-lho latter dceidcrl thoy would ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Union Officials as Parliamentarians. RAILWAY CONFERENCE DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

Union Officials as Parlia mentarians. RAILWAY UtmfJSRKNOIS DISCIS SION. At Uie reiient conference of delegates from Lho various Stale laborers' unions, which win hold in Melbourno, it was deci ded that- miu of tho principles upon wliich the proposed amalgamated or federated conjunction of these unions should he based w.iR tin; elimination of the politician from ollice iu the organisation. This clause iu the Melbourne report enna up for discussion :<t the conference of the Railway Workers and General Workers' Association, which concluded its sittings on Monday, at the Trades-liull, Sydney. Mr. T. Morris moved, and Mr. H. Milligan sec onded, the following motion, which has been submitted by I lio north coast branch : — That no member of Parliament slnl hold oflice in the union, and any ollici il achiev ing parliamentary honors shall be iminedin tely relieved of ofliec by the executive. t\ vigorous debate followed. Messr.i. D. O'Sullivan, Ivory, Iiogiui, Do.vsou, Law, nnd So...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Mail Services. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

District Mail Services, ''"Mr,-T. :Bro«hp, Mil'., furnishes the fol lowing ■■■.■.copy ..of -'departmental - corres pondence. ! ' • " . -ThOndijE-Mojra Mail Skrvioe.—Sir, — I have to intimate tlufc: talcing into con tiirlcrnlion >thu rovenue derivdi from the T'ruudloto Moira (Urowley'a) mail seivie,e, approximately, t'86 per iiunurn ami tlif prico submitted for its performance from tho 1st .lanuilry, ufcmely, £195 pe;' annum for twice week frequency, arui £ i.'io per annum for onco weekly, tho maintenance of tho service with twice woekly frequency is uo tangor warranted. Approval Ins therefore been, given for tho reduction of tho fre quency to once weekly, from tho date meutioned, and for the accopt.ince of lho tender of Mr, Elivyn Atkinson for tho per I fo'rmanco of the service, once weekly for two years, for the sum of £135 per annum, 011 the understanding the service is to !»e carried out twico woekly for the Hum of £195 per annum, if required, . If the resi dents require twico...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pars About People. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

Pars About People. Prince Wric, nephew oS' the King of Denmark, Iras just, been appren ticed for thixo year.s to learn pra ctical agriculiuru. He took up tlie vocation purely from his own choice Ho is Lo make u thorough and scien tific study of all thai: applies to his subject, and starts by laboring in the. fields. The If on. Airs. Robert Howard, the daughter of Lord Strathcona, is the heir to his barony. Three years after his elevation to the peerage Lord Strathcona obtained a new patent, in which the succession was granted to his daughter and her lieirs male. Her husband, Mr. Howard is a surgeon of Queen Anne Street, and they have several child ren, the heir, who has been at Eton, being named Donald, after his dis | tinguished grandfather. I "Hae a' you folk nae hames to gang to" Thus Harry Lauder, as j he walked on the stage of the Man | hattan Opera House, New York, re cently. The circumstances were ex [ ceptionai. The popular Scotch co l median was starting on his fourth j Ame...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

*820 REWARD. THE above .Reward will be paid l,o any person giving such i a i o mi a i ion as will lead to the conviction of any one Destroying Rabbit-proof Fencing on Burrawang Static 111'' , - ~-LS & C'5. £20 Reward. THE above Reward will bo paid for .information that will lead to the conviction of any person or.,, persons damaging the Neither'." fences on Oonia, or leaving Netting Gates open Trespassers prosecuted. .john i. niii-vr. NOTICE. ANY Person found SHOOTING, HUNTING, or otherwise TRESPASS ING on PRAIRIELANDS will be prosecuted without respect to per sons. . All.previous permissions cancelled WALLACE HUNTER. NOTICE. Any Person found Shooting, Fisli- j iug, Hunting, or otherwise trespass ing on BOYD RUN will be prosecut ed without respect to persons. ST1TT BROS. NOTICE. After this date any person found Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, Using the Private Tracks, or otherwise "-Trespassing on any part of Carra wobbity, Traversdale, and Wonga .<ong, will be prosec...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

HOWEVER ■^YOU GOjjg If- by Cycle Take 9 A/7/Tv\W T^fcP r li u) w ithyou, it is al all Times A Serviceable S)

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Sporting Letter. "The looker-on sees most of the game." THE TURE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

HV LOOKIOIl ON. "Tlic loaJior-oji soeu most of the Same.-' THK TURK. After last letter was despatched by early Holiday mails, TattersaJl's Club Cup, 1 miles, was won by Son of t.lic Marsli, imp., S-12, Pike riding, from Olive Green G-10, Daw Bee SS-8, including 141b. penalty for winning (he A.J.C. Summer Cup, and nine others. At the A.J.C. meet ing on December 23rd, Son of the Marsh, when odds-on favorite for the Grandstand Stakes, it furlongs, finished out of a place behind Bri tain, Danaus and Didus, doubts as t< the English horse's ability to win over 1V> miles had always been ex pressed by some Sydney writers, and after the Grandstand Stakes they were quite certain lie couldn't, and rang t he changes on Danaus, Saxon ite, Crown Derby, and Bridge. Writ ing after the Grandstand Stakes, and a full week before Tattersall's Cup, I took Son of the Marsh to win that event. In the w.f.a. Grand Stand Stakes, Son of the Marsh car ried !)-S, and it. was argued that be cause h...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALL ON THE INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

alil on the increase. Sydney wholesale houses have, with the beginning of: the year, sent out notices to "the trade" in terms somewhat as follows: "Will you kindly nolo that, commencing' from January 1, 1012 we cannot bind our selves to execute orders at the rates ruling hitherto. Ail standing char ges in connection with the cost of doing business are on the increase, and must necessarily be met by ad ditions to the selling prices." In other words, loss commercially dip lomatic, the extra charges must be passed on, and one of the most act ive enterprises of the new year among Sydney distributing houses is this novel one ol' "passing it on." The head of a big manufacturing firm, which places on the market one line only, admitted—"yes, the cost of production in our line has in creased heavily; but that makes no difference to us; we do not pay it; the consumer pays it." Some years ago I here was a stampede of N.S.W. tradesmen to South, Africa, in prospect of. earning .CI a day. They go...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wyalong to Hillston. WORKS COMMITTEE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

Wyalong to Hillston. WORKS COM MITTli 15 INQUIRY. The Public Works Committee continued in Sydney 011 Monday the taking of evi dence respecting the proposed alternative railway routes Wyalong to Luke Gudgellico via Ungario, Wyalong to Hillston via lin gerie and Luke Cudgellico, Wyalong to Ilillston via Rankin's Springs, and Wyalong to Hillstoii via north of Rankin's .Springs (describe 1 us Messis. .Scrivener and Hutch inson's runic), Mr. E. S. Vautin, of tho Lands Depart ment, Blnlcd the total urea of untenanted Crown binds in conoeotiun with cacb prc po>al were S,200 acres, 12,200 acrej, 1-1,900 acres and 13,400 acies respectively. He furnished full particulars of the tenure of leases, and intimated that the northern portion of the Murrumbidgee iirigation area would be albictcl by tiic proposed line via Raukin'a Springs. He pointed out also that in c;>oncetion with cadi of the proponed routes there was very little untenanted Crown Lands Lo be met with, A large area of the land...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE AGAINST ILL-HEALTH. When the howels are clouded, (Sir waste matter decays and ferments mill enters the Mood, and is earned to all parts of .the body, producing Headaches, Biliousness, Sleepless ness, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, and various other ailments disturbing the Heart and Nervous System ; and il' eoutinuod is liable to eause intlam malion of tho Dowels, Liver, and Kidneys. To maintain a healthy .system the bowels should operate, at least once every 2! hours. This is one of Na ture's wise, provisions whieh is too often ignored, and the result is un told suffering. Women and children aro the greatest offenders, but why such should be the case is a problem to be sol veil. "Having rend about Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills," writes Mr. John Euchres, Storekeeper, of Kast Bour bon Street, Rundaberg, Q'ld, "and being a sufferer for three years from Rheumatism and Constipation, in fact was a eripple for almost two years, I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

PROMINENT NURSES RECOMMEND CLEMENTS TONIC TO ANAEMIC NERVE-WRECKED WOMEN II there is one place where a good nerve and strength-rccuperoting mediciw: is required ii is in the sick room. After any severe attacks of illness, a patient requires a reliable rnedicinc to assist in regaining strength and health. Nurse Jamieson also declares that to be her experience of the use of Clements Tonic. She writes from Macleay-street, Potts Point, Sydney, N.S.Wales. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD.: " I have had considerable study of wasting diseases and convalescent cases after severe attacks of fever, diphtheria, accidents, nervous break down (through business worries), insomnia or intemperance. I have often seen the direct result of Clem ents Tonic in many instances, and have found marked improvement re sulting in the restoration of nerve force, healthy appetites and perfect rest. Clements Tonic, is undoubtedly a rnedicinc the convalcscent invalid may use with benefit, as well as the man or woman who may be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

NEW WHEAT, TO W5*32AT CRGWSR3 : If 3'on have not secured the best priccs in the past, write to USWLEY WAL&Eft & CO., SAHK LAME, &YSM8Y. Segarding your new crop. They are admittedly the leading Wheat Salesmen of the rtate, with the biggest local and shipping connection. Free storage and liberal ad vances can be arranged Stores—Darling Island and City. REMEMBER—highest Prices. .Lowest Charges You can alivay-A rely on . fhifi by Consign! ug to GousUjn your WOOL to Goldskough, Mort & Co., LIMITED,. AGENTS for the'Forbes District.' mmm,. mmm & ra. WBVJL.S ALWAYS HAND. WOOLGROWIMG IS'YOUR BUSINESS WOOLSELLlfyQ IS oyRS. . We are as keen to please you, as you are to top the market, . We devote all our time" and energy to the selling of pastoral products ; and our clients get the , ■ .benefit of a lifetime of experience in this special work, O » The satisfaction of each Individual Client . has been our stepping stone to success, Under Original Manageme...

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Have the Liberals any Policy? [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

Have the Liberals Policy ? A correspondent writes : —Wiint, of obtrusivencss often leaves the; Liberals under a cloud as to their policy. Besides this there is a traditional conception associated with them (hat their policy is confined to the leader of the party, to he revealed by him when ho so choo.-es. This time fashioned idea survives its own generation. And hence one often hears the question —What is the policy of the Liberals?-' There is Ibe stereotyped answer—" They have none." In times past (hat indeeJ used to he the case, but it certainly is not tho case now. A prominent feature in modern'politics is a con ference of delegates to construct a policy platform, and the Liberals have not been slow to adopt this reform. . During the last three years conferences, mainly com posed of country delegates, were held in Sydney, with the result that the Liberals have now a plat form containing ten main subjects, subdivided into 58 planks,embrac i ing every mutter of progress and advance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

.¥ dforcterng' for everytfiaiim a vP & j ■ We are Family Drapers, Complete House Furnisher.-, and Universal Providers, and our immense store, with its er.ormous stock cf the World's Choicest Commodities, offer attractions that cannot be obtained elsewhere. aip^ifs®! Jh/Mi mm - •} TIio King Ansonlo, Bl.ick V.iHmt i liUrht-Uay Clock. Knlf-hour Strike. | Cathedral Gong ; Hcighi, 2-1 in.; ■ Djnl, 6 in.; with Alarm, 2Q 18/6 TOP QUALITY at BOTTOM PRICE is the Golden Rule nt the NEW PALACE EMPORIUM. CASH BUYERS OF MALTING BARLEYS UP TO ^ Proprietors of «f ®1ti thn w/svp C"-N Ay^'-X -ftifPyix kp &#=#* ft#® i?0,000 FINEST old mpf| SCOTCH WHISKY till#' Proprietors or w w fsra ajmj i £j . A N.S.Y/. Natural frinersl Water, from Baliimore Springs, near Dubbo. liveiy Botlle bearing Health Department's Guarantee. RM-9c^«t^^i«ptoc»eca8emi lie jki^lkig Jeweller, Jhe Cavgesi of 5GWe^®^V» "Watches, 5^Vl2l"~mouUi€d GEeed^, .Ceccther (Sood«;, bedding & SJirth day Presents in UoYi...

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Labor and the Commonwealth. PRIME MINISTER DEFUCES THE OBJECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

Labor and the Common wealth. PRIME MINISTER DEFUCES THE OBJECTIVE. Great interest is being taken in the inLer-Staie Labor Conference, which commenced its sittings in I-lo bnrf. on Monday. In addition to the delegation, a number of Federal and State members of Parliament have gathered in Mobart, All were excluded from the meeting on Tues day morning- while the delegates dis cussed preliminary business. The credentials of the 31 delegates pro sent were approved by Mr. J. Gil'-, general secretary of the Tasmanian executive. IVIr. J. Earle, M.L.A., leader of the Tasmaniau party, was unanimously elected chairman of the conference, on the nomination of Mr. Fisher and Mr. M'Gowen. The delegates include 11 Parlia meutarians and 11 paid union or labor political organisers. South Australia has only two representa tives, and New South Wales five. One of the latter State's delegates is arriving from America on Wed nesday. The other States have six delegates each. On all questions delegates will...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In and Around Sydney. Written Specially for Country Readers. A NEW DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

In and Around Sydney. Written Specialiy for Couiilr ■Headers. (iJy T.c.B.) new departure'. •Mr. Dacey awoke to find liiniaaii famous the morning after making (he announcement that he proposed to build, in Sydney, some 4 00 cot tages for workmen, He ha;; been prominent in the limelight of pub Jicity ever wince, and appears to be likely to remain there until some of tho newness and novelly of lih, pro posal has worn off. Meanwhile pains iiave been taken 1,0 enlighten the public, through the column;; ol the press, regarding what 1ms been ' done, and is still being done, in other States by respective Govern ments to provide workmen's dwell ings, and the particulars are inter esting. What follows herewith is tho briefest, of summary — In New Zealand the Workers' Dwelling Act came into force in 1005; since then it has been three times amended; In terms of the Act, buildings may he erected at. a cost not-exceeding .*■300, and the person who may he come possessed of these 'buildings' must b...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FORBES TIMES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1912 NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

THE FORBES Tf^ES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1012 NOTES OF THE WEEK. In last issue we reprinted some iemarks made by the Premier of Vic toiia, Mi. John Murra.v, at a social gathering a few days previously con cerning- the unwisdom of getting on too much hustle in one's attention to the daily duties and responsibili ties of iit'e. Mr. Murray contessed to the reputation he himself holds for not being over zealous in the search l'or hard work; and lie seem ed to be rather proud of the fact.. From one well known weekly jour nal, indeed, the Victorian Premier has earned the somewhat invidious cognomen of John "Weary," and in cartoons lie Is invariably depleted ill a recumbent and more or less sloepy attitude, hint though Mr. Murray's reposeful policy seems (o have been successful in helping' liini through the battle of lite, it is scarcely' one to be inculcated in a generation that is already prone to a. tendency towards "slackness," where climatic conditions are freq uently more enervating' ...

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STATE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

STATE CHILDREN. in this State there arc aUsO child- j reu boarded out under official super vision, and upwards of 1000 011 pro bation. Looking after this last mentioned section necessitates the (services of ;)0 paid Inspectors in ad dition to a number of honorary offi cers. With tho object of keeping in touch with tho latest and most approved methods of ' dealing with the children, so that they may be educated and trained to become re putable members of society, the Go vernment is sending to England, 011 a tour of inquiry Sir Charles Macltollar, M.L.C. who has had Charge of neglected children and juvenile offenders within the State during the past ten years, and han been, associated with (lie Board of Control since its inception 27 yoars ago. His title is yel so new that there may be many ,■.:>> are Hot. familiar with it., During his four Sir Charles iMackollar will in vestigate the systems pursued in other countries in regard to the more advanced and humane treat ment of chil...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Speaker V. "Hansard." OPEN INQUIRY BEGUN. MR. WILLIS TO FORM ULATE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

The Speaker v. "Hansard." OPKN INQUIRY BEGUN. MR. WILLIS TO FORM ULATK CHARGES. Tie inquiry into the troubles arising o'-t of the suspension by 111 ! ^Speikei of l.lio Legislative A>scmbly (Mr. Willis) of the chief shorthand writer ( V!r. (J. Kobing-m) was begun in Sydney on U'ednerlay morn ing. Uusides Judge ii.-ieUhousa, who hai been appointed a Royal Co omission to con duct the inquiry, both A)r. Willis ami Me. Robinson were present;. His honor did not go beyond milling formal arrange ment;!. -It was dieided Lint the >Spia'<0" should formulate I lu: grounds upon vvliio.'i he suspended the ehief shorthand writer. These were to be handed to the secretary of U e commission, and by hi in to Mr. Robinson. The commission was to sit again yesterday (Friday). The Royal Commission utrier which his Honor nas appointed, authorises him to make full and diligent inquiry regard tig firstly, the suspension by the Speaker of Ihe Legislative Assembly of Dr. Charles Robinson, prin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"BOOSTING" SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 13 January 1912

"BOOSTING" SYDNEY. It ia stoutly denied that iu tlio proposal; to form a ^'Million .Club" in. Sydney, tlicre is any. suggestion to "boost' tlio city at the expense of the • country. The declaration. ■- is that it is to be non-political and non-official; it is to be. established for the purpose of. increasing- the population of Sydney to a million. Again, the club is not to clash with the Chamber of Commerce or the Chamber < of Manufactures, nor any of the existing organisations in the metropolis. Just where it will come in and find a niche exclusively for iisell' is not easily seen in the light of all that its promoters say it will be kept clear of. The pro posal, new as it is, has already en countered an objection, in the fol lowing words- : t '"It is unfortunate that the growth and extension of the city of Sydney should be made the outstanding'feature of the club's work. Already there is serious con gestion. • . . -Sydney is distinctly overgrown. . . ' If it should be t...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
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