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HOSPITAL SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

HOSPITAL SATURDAY. Saturday last was Hospital Satur\x=req-\ lay in Forbes, ana although thero >as a band of energetic ladies at .vork, the town results were below hose of last year. Last year's street collection imounted to £ 47/18/3 for the town, md £23/3/11 for the country. This "ear's country figures are not yet to land. Details of the collection were as "ollows:— ' , £ s d Miss T. Flint . S 12 ;.9J diss Sarah Kelly 7 14 0 Sfurse Lee • • • 4 - 8 • OJ vliss Hayes . ■ 2 17 6 \Turse Sanderson 2 16 9 h / Hiss Danvers ,.2- 13: A J diss Shanahan .. 10 JfJ diss Donaghey ....... ; 2: 3 ,4jJ diss Kind . 1 14 11 Vurse West 1 13 101 vliss Ivy Black and Miss Olive .Bates . . .1 13 0J vliss C.Flint 13 21 disses Renie and Violet' Heinke 1 1 7 Sundries 0 0 1 £41 8 0

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACE FIXTURES. WESTERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

I P FIXTURES. WESTERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION DATES. Eugowra J.C., December 26. Mandurama J.C., December 26;. Gilgandra J.C.; December 26. Gulgong J.C., December 26. Peak-Hill J.C., December 26.v. ; Mudgeo Turf Club, December 30.

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

GOUiBURN STOCK SALES. W. il. Vheatley," of GoiiTouTrr, -ver ports a,good attendance of buyers at from.10/-, fat lambs 8/- ot 10/3. Our fioth fats and stores was good, and prices were up to late rates. Fat Sheep.—-Fair yarding, best wethers made from 12/- to .13/9, others from i 9/- to 10/-, ewes 5/6 to. 7/6, crossbred ewes (Dest) 12/- to 13/-, others fiom 10/-„fat lambs 8/- to 1-0/3. Our sales included—A/c Messrs Grainger Bros;, 50 wethers at 12/-;. P. C. Bell, 50 crossbred ewes at 13/-, 60 lambs at 10/3; Jas. -Jobson, 118 wethers from 9/6 to 10/9; also drafts on account of Joseph Collett and W. Siggs. . Store Sheep.—About 5000 yarded. Best wethers 8/6 to 9/6, others from 6/6 to 7/6, ewes 5/6 to .6/9, crossbred ewes 8/- weaners 4/4, aged ewes from 3/- to 4/-. ■ Our sales included A/c Jas. Jobson, 900 wethers from 8/6 to 9/-; W. Siggs, 104 wethers at 8/4, 200 ewes 5/- to 6/-; J. Gollett, 400 weaners; T. H'yles, 100 mixed sheep at 5/4. Fat Cattle.— Good yarding; best bullocks £9 to £ ...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REQUIEM MASS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

THE REQUIEM MASS. A solemn and imposing requiem nass was commenced at 10 o'clock this morning. The church was appropriately draped, and the following clergy took part—The Right Rev. Or. Dunne, Bishop of Bathurst, cele\x=req-\ jrant Revs. lather O'Keefe, of Car\x=req-\ ;oar, deacon; Father Heath, of Peak am, sub-deacon; Father Campion, of i.Jarkes, assistant at the throne; ■rather S. H. M'Gee, of Bathurst, master of ceremonies; and Father L. D'Keefe, of Carcoar; and Father 3rosnan, of Dubbo, chanters. The )ther clergy taking part were the Etev. Fathers M'Alroy and Keating, if Grenfell; T. Doran and Lowe (Bathurst), O'Kennedy (Cowra), Segarty, of Kilmore (Vic.), Howard (Parkes), Ryan (Orange). The sermon was delivered by the 3ishop, and we regret that owing to )ur going to press at noon we must iold it over. ' The Dead March in SauJ-was played at the close of the service, and the he church, which waS filled as early is 9.30 o'clock, poured out its nourners. Ten miautes later the offln...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAST RITES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

THE LAST RITES. The body of the late Dean wa: conveyed from the Deanery to the hurch at 11.30 yesterday morning he hearse containing the cofiin beinj )receded by the crossbearer, tli< jhildren of Mary, school children ind members of the congregation ii irocession. The cofiin was borne bj lessra Arthur Sam, D. Murphy, D J'Gorman, W. Davis, L. Reymond .nd D. Chapkmt. The av'f" > \icnts for the funera' .vere in jsfls of Mr Twist. Th( rave Jthe right of th< anotufa^l. ^ f enter the church posite the altar, in a spot the Dear, lad long chosen, with the desire t( >e burled g^iiere if the church wa: ree from debt, and as been sale ilsewhere, he had his desire. All day long on Monday there wa! i constant stream of parishioners t< lew the body as it lay in state at th< oot of the altar, and many remainec .0 offer up prayers. The Dean's fact yore a calm peaceful look, as if. \vlien the soul, departed, the^mortal jyes had had a glimpse of that ...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INCOME TAX. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

THE INCOME TAX. Sydney, Tuesday. The Council passed the third reading of Uie Income Tax Bill, after Mr blowers had submitted a minute of '.he Cabinet, which promised to repeal the bill in February next, and ntroduce a new bill in its place. (Our wires were cut off at this itage—lines overburdened as usual— md the rest of our telegraphic mes\x=req-\ iage will find its way into some waste >aper basket in that great monument )f blundering, fool-headed Incapacity —the G.P.O., Sydney.—Ed. "The Idvocate.")

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC PANDEMONIUM. Our Parliamentary Larrikins. "Who Killed Cock Robin?" Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

PANDEMONIUM. Our Parliamentary Larrikins. "Who Killed Cock Robin?" Sydney, Tuesday. Disgraceful scenes were enacted in; he State Assembly last night, which* ireve without a parallel in the politi\x=req-\ al annals of Australia. : The disorder commenced when the Premier moved that the House ad-, ourn until February 19th. He.said hat members would acquit the party >f anything but a; serious desire to !o their worlc well "and conscienti— msly. He hoped to finish the session in April or May. ~ Mr Wade declared that the ■humilia\x=req-\ tion and degradation. to which the louse had been subjected during the •ast had become a matter of notoriety. '■_."■■■ The Speaker compelled the with\x=req-\ Irawal of these words. Amid considerable uproar,- Mr .Vade asked if it was to be ruled hat the Speaker could alter the •peeeh of a member-of the House in iansard? The Speaker: If the honorable nember offends again I will have him •emoved. Mr Wade then deliberately and almly walked out of the chamb...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW LIVERY STABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

HEW LIVEEY STABLES, Mr W. Rogerson informs tlie publii through our columns that his new livery and oait stables, in Rankin\x=req-\ street, will be ready for use on Saturday. The new place is a compliment to Mr Rogerson's enterprise. It occupies a corner block, running through from Rankin-street to Lach\x=req-\ lan-street, with Browne-street as the side thoroughfare, and will thus have entrance and exit with three streets, rhe dimensions of the building are 84 by 86 feet, there is ample yard room, and accommodation for no less than 50 horses. One of the chief features is a 20 feet drive right through, ano the whole thing is under cover. Ii is probaole that there are no more complete and up-to-date livery ana bait stables in the country.

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
XMAS AT THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

xmas at the hospital. The chax-itably inclined, of Forbes have an opportunity presented to them. They are looking forward to spending a merry Xmas, and enjoying themselves throughout the holidays generally. . Would they not be in the perfect holiday mood if they knew that they had given something to help the inmates of the hospital to forget their pain of mind and body? A touch of human kindness makes the whole world kin," and If those who are well and strong in Forbes to-day will turn their thoughts tc the sick beds of our hospital, they will do something to give practical meaning to the famous phrase. A gift in the shape of some delicacy— wine, cake, pudding, poultry, cordials, books, fruit, etc.—is what is suggested, and would be warmly appreciated. Presents of the kind have been customary in tne past, and we are sure this Xmas will see a full continuance of the generosity.

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

MAY. 1 and 2.—Mungindi. 7, 8, 9.—Grafton. 8 and 9.—Coonamble. ■ 9 and 10.—Collarenebri. •

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF DEAN M'AULIFFE. A People in Mourning. Priest and Man of Peace [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

| The people who bang a drum or § $ )eat a tom-tom get along best In | | his world from a commercial point | | >f view. "Make a noise" is a good § | naxim." How many politicians have | H nade a name for themselves, and | | iave owed their success to their loud | | 'oices. But Dean M'Auliffe was not a I | K'liever in loud nois. He belong-§ '§ id to that rare type of man that "did f | ood by stealth, and blushed to find 1 i| t fame." The good deeds of the late| | Jean will never be known, because g £ there was one thing he avoided, it h | vas notice in the press—'that power- k g! ul organ by which so many people § | .vho would otherwise have lived in | /bscurity, have earned fame. The? | ate Dean was of an unusually retir\x=req-\ ng disposition, and the dying mo-1 aents of his life were not trumpeted | loud/ tie died as he had lived, in $ tie quietness and peace which char-1 ' cterise the prelate's life, who has | triven to take a broad outlook oi | t, and to follow the truly Chris...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

APRIL. ' ' April 2- to April 10.—Royal Agricultural Society's Slaow, Sydney. 17, 18, and 19.—Bathurst. 23, 24, and 25.—Moree. . .

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PASTURES PROTECTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

PASTURES PROTECTEE BOARD. A meeting of the Pastures Protec-1 tion Board was held yesterday in the | Jemalong Shire Hall. Present: Messrs ] Wallace Hunter (Chairman), E. Skin- j ner, J. D. Low, R. E. Rawlins, A. H. | Grimm, G. Thornton, and P. A. Edols. { An apology for non-attendance was j received from Mr H. Gibson. ' INWARD CORRESPONDENCE. \ Prom the Chief Inspector of Stock, | forwarding circulars re moneys to bt ; expended by Boards under section 1!> j of the P.P. Act 1906, and stating thai \ the five years period expired on 30tl j November, 1911, and that no fresL ; undertakings should be made aftei I that date—application for extension j of time had been applied for, anc I three months had been granted. j . From H. Gibson, stating that net- j ting at Daroobalgie boundary hat j been delayed owing to inability to se- j cure labor.—On the motion of Messrs j Low and Grimm, it was resolved tha; i jyiessrs J/iavtin Bros, be asKed 10 ex- j pedite the work of netting at Daroo ' bal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

SEPTEMBER. 17 and 18.—-Cowra Exhibition.

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AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

o, AUGUST. - 20, 21, 22.-—Wagga Wagga. - 28.—Barmedman,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

F. W. GAGGIN, LEADING COACHBUILDER, LACHLAN STREET, FORBES. : Awarded at the Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W., Sydney, Show, 1911— 1st Prize Tray Buggy. Special Prize Best Four-wheeled . Vehicle. Gold Medal (the only gold medal awarded) for Champion Light Vehicle at the exhibition. This distinction - has - never before been won by a coachbuilder in the west ■ ' ' \ ■

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

OCTOBER. 11.—Carrathool.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

FUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of the late Duncan Aloysius M'Innes are kindly invited to attend his funeral, which will leave the Forbes Hospital at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, 20th inst., for the Catholic Cemetery. W. E. LUTHJE,   Funeral Director. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED. 'The Advocate' wants correspondents in every part of the district. Persons willing to act are invited to communicate with us at once. The Sheep and Lamb Killing and Freezing Department of these works has now closed down for the Xmas Holidays. The Ice and Rabbit Departments will not close down. Ice-can be obtained right throughout the" season. The Killing and Freezing Department will re-open on January 8th, 1912, when any stock entrusted to us for treatment will have our best attention. ESTABLISHED 1885. W. E. LUTHJE, THE LEADING FUNERAL DIRECTOR, Telephone 59. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SERVICES FOR DECEMBER. December 24th.—Forbes, 11 a.m. and ;• 8 p.m.; Daroobalgie, 3.15 p.m. December 25th (Christmas).—Town Hall, 8 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A VERY SAD DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 19 December 1911

VERY SAD DEATH. A particularly death occurred in the local hospital in the early hours of this morning, the victim be- ing Mr Duncan Aloysius M'Innes, a school teacher, stationed at Dubbo. Deceased was on a visit to his brother, Mr Leslie M'Innes, of the Forbes Lands Office, and arrived here, we be- lieve, on Thursday last, per motor bike. He almost at once took ill, and as it was discovered that he was suffering from appendicitis, he was taken to the hospital, where he died as stated. Deceased was only 22 years of age. The remains will be in- terred in the Catholic cemetery to- morrow, Mr W. E. Luthje conduct- ing the funeral arrangements.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911

THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. The gentleman who expressed himself on this matter is a very moderate drinker, I have since learned, and a man who has travelled much. He would give as many licenses'as were applied for, if the conditions of the building, sanitation, ventilation, cleanliness, etc., were as required by the Act. He considered that the competition would then be so keen that good houses would nave to be kept, also good liquor, etc., and the hotels that did not keep up to this high standard would soon lose trade, and be compelled to close. He said he had experience of living in towns where there was only one hotel, and no more licenses to be granted, and where there was enough business for three good houses. He was in such a town one night, and the nearest hotel was 20 miles away. He and a friend were having a drink, and the glass handed to his friend was very dirty, and he called the proprietor's attention to the fact, and - the answer he got was, 'Well, if you're, not satisfied, go ...

Publication Title: Forbes Advocate
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