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H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. NOMINATIONS FOR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
H.A.Q.B. SOCIETY. NOMINATIONS FOR OFFICE. A meeting o£ members of the Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society was held on Wednesday night, when the following members were nominated for positions: — President, Bro. T. H. Rath; vice-president, Bro. James Dunn; secretary, Bro. E. 0. Loughlin; treasurer, Bro. T. J. Dunn; warden, Bro. C. Myle\x=req-\ chrane; guardian, Bro. H. Elliott; sick visitors, Bros. Cashman and E. O'Loughlin; auditors, Bros. C. Myle\x=req-\ chrane and J. Russell; delegate to ron.r&lt; renco, Bro. T. H. Rath.
District News. EUGOWRA. RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
District News. EUGOWRA. (From Our Representative). RIFLE CLUB. At a committee meeting of the above club, held on 12th inst., it was decided to issue a challenge to the Forbes Rifle Club, for a match on Boxing Day, eight men aside, viz.: — Messrs A. Hatfield, D. Herbert, F. Banham, W. W. Myring, &lt;E. S. My\x=req-\ ring, V. B. M'Millan, A. M. Telford, and N. G. M'Millan; emergencies\x=req-\ Messrs H. Thorncroft (1), G. Iffland (2), and Woolley (3). The sum of sixpence per packet for ammunition purchased on the range was fixed for honorary members, and in connection with all competitions held on the range the same privileges are to be extended to honorary members as to active members. Messrs W. W. Myring, A". M. Tel\x=req-\ ford, and N. G. M'Millan were elected handicappers for New Year's Day shooting, and several new members were approved of. :A shooting of the above club took place on Saturday last, with the following results:— 200 500 600 T'l N. E. M'Millan . . 32 33 32 9?...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
GENERAL. We learn that Mr W. Sloan, of Eu\x=req-\ gowra, has leased the chestnut mare, • Miss Elmo, to Mr A. J. Coghlan, of • Canowindra, for racing purposes in the city, whither the mare has gone. The chief attractions during the Xmas holidays are the Boxing Day, Races, and the pigeon match, set down for. the following Wednesday. The committee of the local race club ha.ve arranged an excellent £50 programme, which includes a handicap trot of £12, on the local course on Boxing Day. The indlspensible pub\x=req-\ ■ lican's booth is in the capable hands of Mr L. C. Marshall, and everything points to patrons being treated to a first class day's outing. The following day a £ 20 pigeon match will be shot off on the recreation ground, at the- rear of Mr Laneyrie's, when knights of the gun will be provided for. On the 17th inst., a half-mile handicap bicycle race was . run on the local recreation ground, and resulted in a win for S. Harrison, 10yds, with R. Douglas, 80yds. second. There wer...
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
SCHOOL OF ARTS. At a committee meeting of the above, held on December 11th, the principal business was to deal with a report of the sub-committee with reference to matters relating to having the reading room made more attractive, and a place of resort, and the following alterations were approved: —To have gaslight altered from one to two lights, shelves put in one of the specimen cases, and have it stood in an upright position; and to subscribe to several newspapers and magazines, A sub-committee, consisting of Messrs C. J. Hazelton, J. Niven, and J. Lovett, was appointed to go through the papers and magazines, etc., and cast out the old and useless onea. Messrs L. Kirby, A. J. Ashcroft, and E. Vitnell, were appointed to re\x=req-\ catalogue all the books in the library. In order, to have this done thoroughly, the committee decided to close the library from now till the beginning of next year, when it is hoped the new scheme will be put in action, and members having books are reques...
LOCAL PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
LOCAL PUBLIC SCHOOL. The "breaking- up" at the public school proved a very successful and pleasant function. At the invitation of the principal (Mr G. H. Vit nell), a number of parents and friends were present. Mr J. T. Noble, before presenting the prizes, embraced the opportunity of thanking Mr Vitnell for his kind invitation, which permitted of his being present. As a parent, and one well represesnted at the school, he was deeply grateful to Mr Vitnell for his untiring devotion to duty. He (Mr Vitnell) was laboring under difficulties of an exceptionally hard nature. He was without assistance, and had on the rolls some fifty odd children, of ages varying from 6 to 18 years. No teacher could possibly do justice to children under such circumstances, and the parents (who alone are responsible), were not safeguarding the interests of either children or teacher in allowing such-a state of affairs to continue. Mr W. E. Myring. speaking on behalf of those ladies and gentlemen who judged t...
SCHOOL CONCERT AT TRAJERE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
SCHOOL CONCERT AT TRAJERE. A very pleasant afternoon was spent at the Trajere public school on Friday, 15th instant, when a good number of parents and friends were present at a concert given by the pupils, prior to breaking up for the Christmas vacation. The school was very nicely decorated for the occasion, and a somewhat lengthy . programme was gone through, in which every pupil took part. The first part of the programme consisted of the following items:— Song, "Little Birdie in the Tree," pupils; recitation, "Old Stone Chimney," Rita Scott; song, "Little Boy Called Taps," Lily Woodgate; recitation, "To a Willy Wagtail," Clifford Nash; recitation, "The Road that leads to Spring," Daisy Woodgate; comic song, "Old Mother Hubbard," Arthur Hadley; recitation, "What every wise child should do," Vera Ovens; recitation, "A Bird's Song," Hilda Hadley; duet, "Why don't they play with me," Rita and Nellie Scott; recitation, "The coming of Spring," Lily Woodgate; recitation, "Christmas," Adr...
FORBES MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. LAST MEETING FOR THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
FORBES MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. LAST MEETING FOE THE YEAR. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Forbes Municipal Council was held ni the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening. Present: The Mayor (Alderman J. Edwards), and Aldermen. A. Sam, M. Lee, F. Gaggin, L. Reymond, and Dr. Delohery, and the town clerk (Mr J. W. Mills). The Council adjourned for five minutes' silence, out of respect for the late Dean M'Auliffe. INWARD CORRESPONDENCE. From the Department of Public Health, re exemption from the provisions of the Health Act, pending the erection of new premises for Mrs E. M. Kerr's butcher's shop.—Request for exemption granted. From the Department of Lands re special lease rental. The Clerk explained that this was a lease for metal for the Council's roads, and for which the Council was paying rent to the Government. Some aldermen, he said, were of opinion that they should pay this rent, but the Council had taken no stone out of the lease for two years, but the inspector (Mr W. Rath) could ...
P. A. & H. ASSOCIATION. THE NEW COMMITTEEE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
P. A. & H. ASSOCIATION. THE NEW COMMITTEEE. The result of the ballot for the committee of 25 for the ensuing year for the Forbes P. A. and H. Association. Is as follows:—G. Thornton 128; T. D. Newell, 128; A. J. Bal\x=req-\ dock, S. D. Gordon, D. Nicolas, 125; W. G. Dowllng, J. G. Betldie, 124; T. Lozell, J. F. M'Mahon, 122; W. H. Stitt, 120; J. Edwards, 119; J. D. Low, J. B. Farrand, 117; M. J. Smith, 113; W. H. Sly, 112; T. M. Dunn, T. Strickland, 111; H. 0. Elliott, 108; R. E. B. Rymond, 107; A. S. Wheatley, 10G; D. Hannah, G. E. Siddall, 103; F. Rath, 99; R. Officer, 91. (Elected). The unsuccessful candidates were:—W. E. Moore 84, C. T. H. Broderlck 78, H. G. Mattlske 65, J. R. Strickland 50, J. E. Doris 40, F. j. Mar tell 36, . O. Buckalnd 32; informal 20.
MR A.B. TRIGGS' OPINION OF FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
MR A. B. TRIGGS' OPINION OF FORBES. Mr A. B. Triggs, of Yass, was in Forbes this week, having a look round his Forbes district properties. Mr Triggs has large interests in this district, viz., Wongajong, Uah, Carrawobitty, Bogandillon, and Traversdale &nbsp; properties. He considers Forbes &nbsp; to be absolutely one of the best districts in New South Wales, an opinion that he backed up recently by purchasing (through Messrs E. Weaver and Co,) Uah estate, and portion of Bundaburra. Mr Triggs finds his Forbes properties most convenient to work in with his large number of back country stations in the Condobolin and Hillston districts. His action &nbsp; in so largely increasing his interests here is one of the best, compliments that could be paid to the &nbsp; Forbes district, for Mr Triggs is now not only one of the biggest property holders in the State, but is universally admitted to be almost without equal as a shrewd judge of values, and a genius of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
CORRESPONDENTS.. WANTED. 'The Advocate' wants correspondents in every part of tlie district. Persons willing to act are invited to communicate with us at once. FORBES DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The Matron of the Forbes District Hospital will be glad to receive any Christmas donations. J. IT. BATES, Secretary. POPULAR CHRISTMAS SERVICE Christmas Night, 8 o'clock, Town Hall. Christmas Hymns and Music. Moving pictures illustrating familiar Bible Scenes. Admission Free. Collection to meet expenses. Rev. J. M'Dowell will preside. FUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of the late William Henry Hall are kindly invited to at- tend his funeral, to move from his residence, Camp Hill, To-morrow, Saturday, 23rd inst., at 3 p.m., for the Presbyterian Cemetery. T. TWIST, Funeral Director. TO LET FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Five-Roomed Furnished Cottage to Let from 28th inst.; 3 minutes from Como Station, on George's River, 12 miles from Sydney (fishing, boating, bathing, etc.). Apply MRS STAPLES, York's Dining Rooms, Rankin...
WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
WELLINGTON. The death occurred in a private hospital in Wellington of Mrs Slack, widow of the late Senior-constable Slack, who was for many, years in &nbsp; charge of the police station at Cob- bora. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; An elderly man named John Cole was charged before Mr Gates, P.M., at the police court with maliciously wounding John Bellew, with intent to do grievous bodily harm. Accused was committed for trial. According to a statement made to the municipal council, there is a probability of a branch of the Government Savings Bank being established in Wellington in the near future. After being in the hands of the Gardiner family for many years, "Gobolion" is to have a new owner. The sale of the property was effected on Monday, the buyer being Mr Coutts, of Cowra. It is understood that the price was about £15,000. The Minister of Public Works was waited upon by Mr Thrower, M.L.A., and Mr J. White, of Dubbo, and ask.ed for a grant of £ 700 to constr...
WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
WY ALONG. A lad named Engine Brennan, broke his arm on Wednesday evening by falling from a bicycle. A few days ago a son of Mr J. P. O'Don- nell, of Oakover, 12 years of age, had his arm broken by being thrown from a horse. &nbsp; On Tuesday last the marriage of Miss C. Dwyer and Mr W. Farrar, took place at West Wyalong.
GRENFELLL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
ftHTlKTFETX. The municipal by-election to fill _ the vacancy caused, by the retirement of Aid. Hiclcs, resulted in the return of C.. W. Harveyson, who polled 86 votes against G. E. Stringer's 77. Mr Paice has recently lost a number of geese and poultry off his property in town, and suspecting a fox of having done the foul deed, he seasoned one of the deceased geese with strychnine, with the result that he poisoned that night one of the largest foxes he has ever seen. Will other foxes please take warning? An alteration of the mail time table will have the following eifect:—From Grenfell to via Bald Hills, M'yamyn, Lucky Ridge, Gan\x=req-\ non's, Scott's, Harris-, Shannon's, G. N. Grieve's (Mylandra Station), C. H. Grieve's (Mylandra Park), thence south east to the Warraderry Creek crossing, Illiliwa, Native Dog Creek, Adelargo, etc., twice weekly. .A new provisional school is to be &nbsp; opened at Glen Logan, between Cowra and Grenfell. A very pretty wedding took place on Tu...
OBITUARY. MR WM. H. HALL [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
OBITUARY. MR. WM. H. HALL. &nbsp; The death occurred at the hospital this morning of Mr William H. Hall, bookkeeper for the firm of J. Johnson and Sons, engineers, etc. Deceased, who was a splendid accountant, and in his earlier years a musician of no small note, was widely respected, and was so exceeding kind-hearted that he had almost a childish love for everybody. Before he came to Forbes, close on a score of years ago, he was connected with a firm of rail- way contractors at Orange, having spent the earlier years of his life in London. In Forbes he was succes- sively employed in Prow's large store, and in that of J. and W. Thomas, now J. Meagher and Co., and also as book- keeper to J. B. Reymond and Sons, previously to entering the service of J. Johnson and Sons, with whom he had been five years. He leaves a widow and eight sons alive, and one daughter, Mrs Fred. Day, of Forbes. The sons are Messrs Harry Hall, of Cobar; Colin, of Sydney; Malcolm, school teacher, of Bena;...
JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
A popular Xmas service will be held on Xmas night in the town hall, the Rev. J. M'Dowell presiding. There will be Xmas hymns and music, and moving pictures illustrating familiar Bible scenes. Admission is free. The acetylene gas plant at the Hotel Victoria has now been removed, and Mr Nock now has the place lit up b'y gas. There was a time in the reign of Mr F. Brook, when that old plant was very conspicuous, for whilst the rest of the town was deprived of its gas supply, the Hotel Victoria was a blaze of light. O.O. (Old Orkney Scotch whisky), the popular whisky. Mine's O.O.* The danger of the' objectionable and unnecessary practice of kissing the Bible in courts was illustrated by an incident in the Wellington Court the other day. A witness who had just taken the oath stated in his evidence that he was suffering from consumption of the throat, a pleasing piece of information for those who probably kissed the same book afterwards. Verdicts for plaintiffs, with costs, were given in ...
THE LATE MR N. E. OSBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 22 December 1911
THE LATE MR N. E. OSBERG. The following is culled from the "Coff's Harbour Advocate," of October 20th, 1911:—The funeral of the late Mr N. E. Osberg, J.P.. who died on Friday last, took place the follow- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing day, if it were necessary to em- phasise the universal esteem in which he was held, the large concourse of people who attended, of all creeds and sections of the community, would testify overwhelmingly. The de- ceased gentleman was a prominent Oddfellow for 30 years, a member of the Masonic Lodge, and in addition to interesting himself in all matters for the advancement of the district, held the offices of Churchwarden, and Secretary to the Anglican Parochial &nbsp; Council. In every movement in con- &nbsp; nection with charitable concerts, etc., Mr Osberg took part, and he could always be relied upon in any emer- &nbsp; gency. The service at the Anglican Church was most impressive, opening &nbsp; with that solemn hym...