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Cadet Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

Cadet ^otes. -Lieutenant Conway, assistant-bri gade major ol" l.hc 11th (westorn district) brigade ol' senior cadots, in company with the aroa officer, Lieutenant Cook, was oil an official visit to Forbes on Monday to con- ■ suit with the local officers oC ca dets as to the training and organ isation arrangements . The first; drill of the now year lor both local companies of cadcts took place on Monday night. .Lieutenant W. .13. Cook, officer iu charge of J Company of senior ca dets, who lias been head teacher of the public school at Tom's La goon, has received notice of his transfer by the Department of Pub lic Instruction to the position of head master of Old .Tunee school, to take effect: from the resumption of duties next; week after the Christ mas vacation. The members of J company will thus bo deprived of their commanding officer, and it is stated as probable that instead of a now officer being appointed to the vacancy the two companies, J and K, of the latter of which Lieuten...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Saturday's Cricket. BIG SCORE BY SOUTH FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

Saturday's Cricket. BIG SCORE, BY SOUTH FORB'iS. A competition match was played on the cricket ground on Saturday between South Forbes and Gunning clubs, when the result was a decisive win for the home team. The features cf the game were the com paratively quick dismissal of the Gunning representatives for 75 runs, in which dou ble figures were made by Rowley, 22 run out, W. Martin 12, and W. Smith 10; and later the innings 01 the bouth Forbes club, who at the closc of play had lost only four wickets for 347 runs. They thus won the match by the substantial margin of six wickets and 272 runs. There were century scores by two men, Ellis, 123 not out, and Thomas 135, at which tally he was dispos ed of by hitting a ball on to his wicket. Ellis' score included IS fourers and a sixer, while Thomas was more lively in his hit ting, and his total included 13 fourers and five sixers. The most successful South Forbes bowler was Shicls, who took four wickets for eight runs in five overs. Rowley...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Calarie Gold Mine Losses. TWO ARRESTS MADE. Charges of Stealing in Company. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

TWO ARRESTS .MADE. Charges of Stealing in Company. During Dccembor reports were mado to the police iliat a quantity of gold slimes valued at something like ,liO0 had been lost from Calar ie gold mines, and sinco then the polieo have been making enquiries with a view to ascertaining the causo ol the loss. The course of inquiry came. to a head on Satur day, when two arrests wore made, and at the Forbes Police Court on Monday morning, before Mr J. Jani ieson, Police Magistrate, William Thomas Bettleton, alias "Bony," and Thomas Buckley, alias Thomas Hen ry Buckley, alias "Squint," were charged with having in company stolen a quantity of gold slimes to the valuo of £(i0, tlio property of Saville Sanderson, at Calarie, near Forbes, on the 17th December, 1011 Mr. Moloney appeared for both accused. An application was made by the police lor a remand for the produc tion of evidence, and this was granted for eight days. Bail was allowed, each accused ill a surety of £80 and two sureties of £4...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forbes Jockey Club. AUTUMN MEETING ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

Forbes Jockey Club. AUTUMN MEETING AUKANG10 M10NTS. A meeting oi" the committee oi' the Forbes Jockey Club was held at tlxo Albion Hotel on Friday night last, Avhen there were present Dr. Broadbent (vice-president) in (he chair, and Moasrs Dates, H. E. B. Keymond, Gilchrist, Danvers, and Lozell. The correspondence included a communication from Mr. C. J2. Row ley acknowledging his appointment as a lil'o member of the club, and from the secretary of the Western Racing Association, intimating tint a meeting of delegates from affi liated clubs would be held at Orange on February 9th. Mr, McPhillamy submitted a re port in regard to the proceedings at the meeting oli delegates to the W.D.R.A. held last year when dates were allotted to the various affiliated clubs for race meetings. This report was received and adopt ed, and a vote of thanlcs accorded to Mr. McPhillamy for his attend ance and report. It was resolved that the Autumn meeting of the club be held on Thursday and Friday, March ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Keeping Unclean Premises. "SALUTARY WARNING" BY MAGISTRATE. Stiff Fines Against Hotelkeepers, [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

Keeping Unclean Premises. "S.-YJ iUTARY WAUNIXG" BY MAGIS'XKATK. Still' Finos Against Hotelkeepers, I At the Forbes Police Court on I Tuesday morning the Police Magis j trate, Mr. J. Jaraieson, had before him a number of local Jiotelkoepers on charges laid by the inspector of nuisances, Mr. W. Rath, under the Local Government Act ordinances of having stables at tlieir respect ive hotels 'which were not kept clean and the binns in which were not emptied as required. Mr. Mo loney appeared in all eases for the prosecution. The first defendant called was Sidney J. Lawson, licensee ol! the Federal Hotel. Defendant pleaded guilty, and explained that the stabic was not cleaned out because he was waiting to have it repair ed, and it was not in regular use. Mr. Moloney outlined the cause of complaint, as the result of in spection of the premises by the Inspector and Senior - Constable Kammel Defendant was making a further explanation when the P.M. said he did not consider the defendant's sta...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECOVERING SANITARY FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

IiECOVERlNG SANITA11Y TEES. Proceedings were taken by tlie inspector of nuisances at the Police Court 011 Tuesday morning, before Mr. J. Jamieson, P.M., for tlie re covery of sanitary fees clue to the Municipal Council in two instances whjvo default liad beon made. J. Ramsay was ordered to pay 4s, court costs 4s, adn professional court costs 4s, and professional days' imprisonment, and Arthur Stewart had a verdict given against him for 4s Gd, court cost 4s, and professional costs 10s fid, in de fault seven days imprisonment. In a summons issued by the inspector of nuisances against Bertie Beulali on a charge of having used un seemly language, a plea of guilty was entered, and defendant was fined i'l, and court costs 6s, in default seven days' imprisonment. Twenty-eight days were allowed, in which to pay.

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Forbes Ritle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

Forbes Rifle Club, Practicc shooting on Saturday last suited as under:— 500 600 1. Crippen 34 30 I. H. Bates ... *35 28 P. Ford 28 34 T. Hassell 31 27 J. Leader 28 27 W. Shervington 30 25 J. A. Patterson 2; 26 C. Shervington 26 26 W. Patterson ... 27 16 H. A. Tooth ... 30 12 r. Girdhatn 26 14 3. Tooth 27 13 * Possible re T1 fa 6 • 58 55 55 53 52 43 42 40 40

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EUGOWKA'S GROWING NEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

EUGOWKA'S GROWING NEEDS. In the course of liis usual monthly report to Boree Shire Council, tlie engineer, Jlr. A. Price, pointed out that the probable extension of the railway to Eugowra demands atten tion. to roads and bridges at that end of the Shire. "Eulamore—Man dagery crossing," lie said, "is like ly to become an important one, and ultimately may deserve something better than a low level bridge. The present road is not suitable for a high-level bridge, and a special resumption would have to be made, j As the crossing requires immediate ' attention, in view of developments, I * propose to make a small cutting on ' the present road. In the meantime I would suggest that the necessary steps be taken in connection with the resumption. As the bridge is sc near the Jomalong border, and con siderable traffic from that shire may be expected, tho Government might be approached with rega.rd to a grant."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Savings Bank. OPPOSED BY STATE PREMIERS. MR. McGOWEN'S ALTERNATIVE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

The Federal Savings Bank. OPPOSED BY STATE PREMIERS. MR. McGOWEN'S ALTER NATIVE SCHEME. The conference of State Premiers I in Melbourne on Friday discussed 1 the proposals of Mr. Fisher, on behalf of the Federal Government, for the establishment of a Federal Savings bank in connection with the new Commonwealth bank Act, in co-operation with the various State Governments, Briefly, the Federal proposal provides for the States becoming partners with the Commonwealth in the_ Commonwealth Bank by supplying portion of capital, not ex ceeding one-half, by each State be coming responsible for the lia bilities of the bank in proportion to the capital subscribed by ik ; and by each State sharing the profits as far as pnacticable, as its banker ; the Commonwealth Bank to take over the Savings Banks of each State, whether Government or trustee, as a going concern. After the Commonwealth Bank has taken over the business of the State Savings Bank the State Governments are to have first call on an...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
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COURT CASKS SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

1 COURT CASKS SETTLJSD. ill the Small Debts Court on Tuesday, before Mr. J. Jamieson, P.M.. the previ ously postponed case of the Municipal Council versus the City Mutual Fire Insur ance Co., Ltd., was called, the claim being for £21 8s 7d, arrears of rates. Mr> Moloney, for the complaintant, stated that Jie had agreed with Mr. Robinson, for defendants, to accept a non-suit. Half of the amount had been paid. Plaintiff was accordingly non-suited. In police court jurisdiction, Thos C. Hill was proceeded against by A. E. Wusgrave, on behalf of the Canada Motor and Cycle Agency, Ltd,, on a charge of the unlawful detention of a bicycle, valued at £3 10s. Mr. Reymond appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Moloney for defendant. After a consultation be tween the parties Mr. Reymond announced that defendant had consented to an order for the return of the bicycle within a week, in default to pay the value, £3 10s, and also to pay court costs 6s. The P.M. made an order in terms of the agreemen...

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Murrumbidgee irrigation Farms. AVAILABLE IN APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

ftlurrumbidgee irrigation Farms. AVAILABLE IX Al'illJ;. On .Friday last Mr. Arthur Griff ith, Minister for Works, and a mem ber of the Murrumbldgec Irrigation Trust, announced the opinion of tho trust that at the present rate of prog res 500 farms will bo avail able for selection early in April. Some of these would have been thrown open earlier but for tho fear that, on account of t.he delay in building the dam, storage water would not be available. Tho work of surveying the allot ments, cutting ilie irrigation chan nels and clearing the land is pro gressing very rapidly, Mr. Griffith add id, the x>resent being the first occasion since the work -was estab lished that a sufficient number of 111011 have been available. This was due to the closing of the harvesting and shearing season. A large number of men from vari ous parts of the State had taken advantage of the offer made by the Irrigation Trust to allow them to talce up blocks on a permissive oc cupancy, the men ; making their...

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Sport and Pastime. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

Sport and Pastime. j i (BV 1U\'A1U>.) At Bathurst last week an untried four- j year-old gelding by Ian and a half -brother to the well-known country Albania, drop. | ped dead after being exercised on the racecourse. He was owned by Mr. J. Pratley. ? e At the Burrow a races held last week Lanty Cassidy ran second to Bellbrook in the Flying Handicap; and third to Blue Pan in the Forced Handicap on the second da)'. Bellbrook appears to be rather smart, for besides winning the Fly ing Handicap he accounted for the Welter Handicap and the Burrowa J.C. Handicap. Minea won a race at the meeting, as did aiso VVarline. W .1. :> After winning the A.J.C. First Nursery Handicap on Saturday Penza, by Flavus Eily (Full brother to Flavingy) was pur chased by Mr. F. Mcrton for 500 guineas. After Saturday's racing, Olive Green and Electric Wire are equal favorites for the Anniversary Handicap, to be run on Friday. Kurnell and Son of the Marsh are also in good demand, being only a point longer ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

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Races to Come [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

Races to Come The Western District Racing Asso ciation has alloted the following dates for the 1912 season:— Woodstock, January 2(Jth. Bathurst, January 25th and 26th. Lagoon, Feruary 3rd. W.D.ll.A., Grange, Feb. 9th & 10th. W.allerawang, February 17th. Giigandra, February; 21 and -22, Koorowatha, February 28th. Orange, March 1st and 2nd. Orange Picnics,. March. Bth & 6th. Forbes, March 7th and 8 th. ■ Partes, March 13th and 1-lth. . ■ Orange Hiernians, March 16th. : Mudgeo, March 16 th. ; Cowra Hibernians, March 20th. Forbes Hibernians, March 20 th. Grenfell Hibernians, March 22nd. WaUerawang, March 23rd. Molong, 28th and 29th. Eugowra, April 3rd. Cowra, April 8th and 9th. Cauowindra, April 11th. Goolagong, April 12th. Coudobolin, April 16 »ndl7. Gulgong, April 17 th. Bathurst, April 19, 20. and 22... Mudgee, April 2Gtli and 27thd. Dubbo, April 26th and 27ht Grenfell, May 1 and 2 (may alter. Wellington, May 1st and 2nd. ' Trangie, May 7 th and 8 th. Wellington Picni...

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HEAT REGISTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

HEAT REGISTRATIONS. The thermometer readings at the Forbes post office since Friday last have been as follow Friday, maximum 98.5 degrees, minimum 02 ; Saturday 99.5, 66 ; Sunday 105, 70; Monday 105, 70, and the mini mum reading during Monday night was 61.5. It will be noticed that this was degrees cooler than on Sunday night. An acceptable lessening of the temperature was experienced about ten o'clock on Monday night, and on Tuesday morning the indications were that the thermometer would not read so high as on the previous days. There has been a big contrast be tween the weather of January 1911 and the present month. Last year in the open ing month the reading was only once above the century mark, while during the last half of January there was almost con stant rain, the totat registration being 559 points spread over 13 days. This year there has so far been only 83 points registered, spread over three thunder storms. The tender of Mr. T. Twist has been accepted for building two sh...

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A EUGOWKA DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 January 1912

A EUGOWRA DEATH. The death is reported from Eug- owra of Mrs. Julia Maria Chatman, widow, which sad event occurred on Sunday last at her late residence at that place. The deceased was 64 years of age, and death was the outcome of a paralytic stroke. She was a native of Castlereagh, and had resided in New South Wales all her life. Her husband predeceased her some considerable time since, but the deceased lady is survived by an adult family of nine members. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, when the remains were interred in the Church of England cemetery at Eu- gowra. Rev Carus Caton carried out the last rites of the church, and the general arrangements for the interment were conducted by Mr W .E. Luthje.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 27 January 1912

"W. LAND & STOCK SALESMEN, FORBES, Have the following; CHOICE ESTATES on offer 4.-3y2 Miles from Peak Hill; Fine Wheat Farm, 2560 acres, 700 acres cleared for the plough, netted, good homestead. Low price for a quick Sale. 12,—In Forbes District, 3l/2 miles from Railway Station, wheat farm, 1790 acres Freehold, splendidly improved, 1600 acres cleared for the plough ; one of the very best and most highly improved properties in this favoured district. Attractive Price. 14—Highly attractive cutting up property, suitable for wheat farms; S miles from railway at Forbes ; well improved; about 3000 acres cleared for the plough out of an area of 7,500 acres. Price reasonaule. 27.—Beautiful farm of 2560 acres, alongside the route to be traversed by the Foibes-Stockinbingal line; nothing better offering for mixed farming; large area beautiful red land, while portion of the property con-ists of rich fattening myall flats; no money to spend in improvements. CHEAP, 57.—Forbes Stockinbing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 27 January 1912

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 27 January 1912

A Lurking Danger. There is a lurking danger in the achiiia; back. Tiic aches and paina of the back tell of kidneys ov erworked. Go to the kidney's as sistance when backache pains warns you. kidney warning should be promptly iicedcd l'or dropsy, gravel, urinarv trouble, are only a step away Head how the danger can be averted: Mr llenvy Frances, Caledonia-st, t'arkes, says: "Eighteen months ago i began to feel off color. A slight scalding of the secretions be gan and gradually grew worse un til they were intensely painful, and L couid not retain them. The pain then crept up my back, and about my thighs, and I was put to ter rible torture. The pain in my back was so bad as if I were be ing drawn on a rack with a bar of iron under to break the spine. Al together 1 felt very ill. I went, into the hospital and was treated there for nine weeks, and although 1 came out a little relieved I was still ii; pain, and a, week later was as ba-1 as when I went in. They did not tell hie that my case...

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Sport and Pastime. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 27 January 1912

Sport and Pastime. \ (BY 11AVARD.) Redway, carrying 9.5, ran third in the Manchester Unity Handicap at the Gunda gai races on Tuesday. Minea was also unsuccessful in the Welter Handicap, and was beaten out of first place by Fredccia. Santiago, by Malster from Chilli, who 1 le:l his backers down badiy ai the recent Orange races, has finished his racing ' career, and goes to the stud. ] The Forbes H.A.C.B Society, who af- ; ter a lapse of several seasons, last year held a most successful meeting on St. Patrick's Day, have decided to keep the event going. Last week their committee j met and drew up a very neat programme to be run olY 011 March 20th. Now that the Forbes District Picnic races are coming round, several owners > are putting their horses into work prior to I going into the paddock for the meeting, which takes place on April 25th. The programme has been drawn up by the committee, and will be sent out to mem bers within the next Jew days. By the death of the Hon. Geo. Lee,...

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