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THE FORBES TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3rd, 1912 LOCAL AND GENERAL. ANOTHER OLD RESIDENT GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 January 1912

THE FORBES TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3rd, 1912 LOCAL AND GENERAL. ANOTHER OLD RESIDENT GONE.   The death occurred at his resid- ence on North Hill on Saturday morning last of Mr. James Lovatt, one of the oldest residents of the town, who had been living here for upwards of 30 years. The cause of death was heart failure. The de- ceased gentleman, who had reached the advanced age of 76 years, is survived by a widow and an adult family, some of the members of which are resident in Forbes, while others have gone to other centres. The interment took place on Satur- day evening, the funeral proceeding first to the Roman Catholic Church and thence to the cemetery. Rev.   Father Casey carried out the last rites, while the funeral arrange- ments were directed by Mr. T. Twist.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

WORTH KNOWING. There nve tunyyanu.s oi pc-opio wno suffer from i omuion ailment:;, .such a:s Blood Disorders, Stone, Anaemia, Bladder Troubles, who have no idea that, theirsuffering is due to a diseased or inactive con dition o£ the kidneys and llvrer. Tho reason (hat treatment by Warner's Safe Cure has been so successful in cases of the disorders named is that Warner's Safe Cure exercises a spe cific healing and stimulating influ ence upon I lie kidneys and liver. Once the kidneys and liver are restored to health and activity, the uric and biliary poisons, which cause the disorder, are removed from the system by the natural channels, and pain, due to the .retention of the poi sons, ceases. . ol. A descriptive' pamphlet will bo sent, post free, by IX. 11. Warner and Co. J..td., Melbourne, Vic. ' Warner's Safe Curs-is - sold by all chcnusts and storekeepers, both in'Uie original form- and1 in the . cheaper, "Concentrated;" non-alcoholic : form, each containing ^-tho . same number of•...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cycling & Motoring Notes. (From the Dunlop Rubber Com. of Australasia, Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Cycling & Motoring Motes. ( J (From llie Dunlop Rubber Coui. j of Australasiii, Limited.) Nearly a quarter of a million people visited the recent Olympia Motor Show held in London. There is no cloubt thnt the anti-motorist feeling is dying out fast. A decade i ago everyone but a few enthusiasts were up in arms against the motor, which was declared 011 all sides to be a nuisance and danger to the public, and a fad that would soon die out To-day it has become a necessity in our commercial and social world, besides having grown into one of the world's biggest in dustries, giving employment to hundreds of thousands of hands. There are now 7.000 taxi-cabs on the London streets An English writer predicts that (he present up to-date comfortable and almost noiseless motor buse^ running in London will seriously affect the earnings of many of the taxi com panies during i912- During the recent taxi-cab strike in London, many people who were frequent users of taxi-cabs were compelled to...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVENTS OF THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

EVENTS OF THE PAST YEAH. ill impartial observance ol a time-honoured habit of" newspaper don, the junior .morningvpapor !of .i.h< . nietroiiolis vset' itsoIi;:f;tlie I'.pvofitablG task, of recounting- the:1 interesting, even! b of J.he'y.ear. , Its^ verdict was that 1911 was bnskly alive with events mostly, of 110 ^'upstanding ■ act ive significance. Among" those ev ents it places -first,jthe death of a l'rinco of the"- -Church, Cardinal Morjuj; who was also - a 'commanding Australian iiersonality. Next in categorical :order, .the ';year brought forth at least "one event , of extraordi nary political signilicance-^-the re ferenda vote, which, in the paper's opinion was " a tall milo post in the year's history." - Proceeding, it puts other notable events in the following order—The victory of the Labor Party in the West Australian •rftate elections, which "transcended anticipation in its sweeping com pleteness;" the Liberal triumph in Victoria; the new taxes, Federal and St...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

T.I1I3 MEN ON THE LAND. i Farmers must have had a re markably prosperous time , (luring 1911. The year was exceptional as 1'ar as business in produce was con cerned, and during the whole of the twelve months high values were consistently realised at the Sydney railway yards, "and in Sussex street. Agents say that at no time during the past lifj years have tlicy known the Sydney railway market to bo so stead.v during December, and that mouth was characteristic of each of the others. In this connection, how over, it is of interest to note that all the produce in New South Wales, which arrived I'or distribution last jear satisfied only about Halt" the requirements of Sydney alone. In. the experience of the produce mer chant* the demand for produce sup l'lie;; is increasing out of all pro portion to the supply. With good conditions and a satisfatory rainfall, | the supply cannot nearly cope with | the demand, a fact which leadK one of tho largest firms of agents to say in their annual r...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL THE YEAK'S RAI[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

LOCAL AND GENERAL THE YEAK'S KAIX. Generally speaking, last year's rainfall over the whole State is re ported as being above the average, and the best for ten years past. The distribution in point of tin>e, however, was not all that could be "desired, as the summer rainfall was excessive, while in the winter months, except in July, the registra tions were much below the average. Amongst the total registrations are' Kuabalong 2207 points, against av erage of 102 1; Condobolin 2.1.8 0 points, average 1757: Wellington 2538. 22U3; Molong 2084, 2872 ; Forbes 2 DCS, l'JL'O; Cndal 27X2, 2102; Parkes 21-11, 2130; Wyalong 22 12, 1560; Grenfell 2470, 2430 Marsdeus 2150, 1!)70: Orange 3304 ;<5D7. {

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAIN POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

THE MAIN POINTS. Oil the over-lroublosoiiio question ol work'days and vest clays a writ er. in one of the London dailies has satisfied at least himself that the great delusion is that we cannot all take our Sunday together. It was very well_ for them all to take it together in the time when men, women, and children in the wilder ness could sit down and do nothing on the Sabbath. But we have changed the conditions of life. Imagine the position, says the writ er in question, if every one ac cepted the logical effects of one Sunday on one day in one week. From Saturday night to Monday morning the world, as we know it, would be closed down. The trains would stop, there would be no tele graph or telephone' or post. There wou 1.1 be no household service, no waiters, no cabs, no constables- In niid-ocoau the steamers would stop for the stokers' Sunday, and perhaps founder because the captain had claimed the day of rest. In a word the Sunday observance would be impossible in a world that tu...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FORBES TIMES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1912. GERMANY AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

THE FORBES TIMES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1912. OEKMAXr AND AUST11A1,IA. Discussion on the perplexing anil apparently eternal problem of de veloping the £ar interior of the Com monwealth has received fresh in centive during the past few days toy the publication of a rather alai-uv ing proposal that our continent sho uld be divided, and half of it han ded over, "freo gratis for nothing," to the German empire for coloni sation purposes. The author of tnis decidedly novel suggestion is no less distinguished a person than an Engii:<h University professor. Not unnaturally, the main result of lsis pronouncement on the subject has been to draw on himself a hornet's nest of hostile criticism which sho uld have an immediate effect in causing him to beat a hasty, retreat iuto the security of his University study, and for ever hereafter to hold his peace on questions of practical political, and international iu-port. But while there has by common con sent been unanimous condemnation of...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENCOURAGING CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

ENCOURAGING CONSUMPTION. A city alderman has been touring abroad and keeping Iris eyes and cars open. Among other things he found out "is thatV'ali- , .American cities, appear to>'follow,New York in regard to xtall, b.uildings -and sky-j scrapers. "In- the -narrow .streets of j tlie city the ^buildings tower higii | Into the air, and on a bright and | sunny day three parts of each'build- I ing' is lighted by electricity. When i I saw this I thought of the rest' of i the -world laboa-iously studying me- i tliods of how to conquer the dread- i ed white plague—that ravage of humanity, consumption—but in New York and other American cities they were doing their best to afford it an excellent breeding ground; . :■! came to the conclusion that . the principle of these buildings,; which block out light and air, is entirely wrong, ■ In such buildings the atmosphere is necessarily dark and musty, .and it consequently af fords a breeding-ground for the mi crobes of this disease." So far Syd...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In and Around Sydney. Written Specially for Country Readers. NO WORK ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

j In and Around Sydney. Written Specially for Country Jieaderg. (By T.C:B.) NO WORK ON SATURDAY. The proposal to do away witli Saturday as a working- day, and to j limit the working week to five days is arousing increased and more scrutinising attention. Prom the workers' point of view there is a difficulty in the way. The proposal cuts into the principal of the eight 1 hours' day. Five days' work a weel: means in the majority of cases, an extension of the working day, and to that the Eight Hours'- Commit tee have raised an objection. The ideal of a six hours, and ultimately a four hours' day, is occasionally spoken of, but that alleged glorious time when the people will have no work to do worth mentioning, is yet far away. Meanwhile the wise plan seems , to be to cling to the eight hours' principle, and take care that it is.not encroached upon un necessarily. But if forty eight hours' work must be done in the week, and on five days instead'of on five and a half, the principle must ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

SALVATION' ARMV. Forbes— Each Sunday, at 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7.30 a.m. Each Friday, at S p.m. Ensign Ford Lieutenant Bishop,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PRESSING QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

A PRESSING QUEKTION. . The -Tramway- Department'records ot. the;;GhriBtmas traffic in the met ropolis- tell plainly enough that the tide of general prosperity in this State- is running at high-water level. The number of passengers carried on the trams: exceeded that of the .corresponding week of 1910, which was the busiest known in Sydney up to that "date, by nearly a million. The General Post Office, also put up a - remarkable record in the volume o'l Christmas correspondence. Cor rectly enough it has been remarked ,that 'although tlie State has a lar •ger population than a year ago the ■ expansion ^ in: tram and postal traffic -has - been "relatively ivinucli greater,' :-and ^-undoubtedly both have been prompted by that state of mental ex altation y which: places: one above the i-necessity : of counting ;the , pennies. -But - a - pressing question - arises.. It has already been asked, How much "'further' can the capacity of the •.-.city,'.s • transportation <plant;' and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METH0DIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

MKTH0D1ST CHURCH. Suudav, January 7tl>—Forbes, 11 a.m. (.Sacrament.) „ „ Forbes, 7.:!0 p m. " ,, Uarcobalgie 3 p.m. " Uov. A. W. l'urton.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday. January 7Ui—Forbes 11 n.m. ,, i. Forbes, S p.m. ' ,, ,, .Voulowbank 11 a.tn " , Kugowra 2.30 p.m. " Rsv. J. McDowell.

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Sydney Sporting Letter. "The looker-on sees most of the game." THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Sydney Sporting Letter. BY "JjOOKKK-ON. "The looker-on sees most o£ tlio game." THE TURF. Owing to holiday mail times, 1 can only deal with Saturday's rac ing at llandwick, which opened the annual Tatt.ersall's Club meeting. j Grenfell (3 to 1 l'avorito), who won the Hurdles from Landlord, Ennisbelle and six others, is an aged grey gelding by Launceston from Hope, and is trained by J. Preeland, who rode him, for Mr. aud Mrs. P. Newman. His last previous win was the Keilor Hurd les at Flemington in July 1910. Ten took ^ on the Chelmsford Han dicap mile-, for non-winners of over 70 so vs., and the recent successes of 1'. Nolan helped to make that owner-trainer's ldyia favorite at 7 to L\ Othei's backed inside 10's were Blue Pet, Gilpippe, Odist, Mal dant and Elfbolt. It was a good fin ish between Elfbolt and Odist, the latter belonging to A.J.C. Chairman, Adrian Knox, and carrying 9-1. "With 101b. less Elf bolt got homo by a neck, while the favorite was six lengths away. Mnldant was f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Religious Services. CHURCH OF KN'GCAND Sunday, January 7iti—l'urbci-', 11 a m. ». ,, ,, I'orbea, 7.HO p.m. ,, ,, ,. (Jrovo liili ;J p.m. Rev. Cants Cm on. No wi'vice will be held ill. Iiudgcrabung

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

FORECASTS. Moorefield (Sydney), Sat., Jan. Gth. Flying Hdcp., 6f.— Irishman 1, Precious 2, Sweet Adeline, or Man chester 3. Stewards' Mile — ICyloe 1, Loco motion 2, Drift or Pan Out 3. Kogarah Stakes, lni. — Gilpippe 1, Berber 2, O.D.V. or Valmia 3. Nursery Hdcp., -1 f.—Warman 1, Moving Picture 2, Lady Ibex or Arrogant 3. January Hdcp., l^iu. With a ;tart. Safrano; in his absence, Drift I, Tristram 2, Pan Out or«Majuba 3. Scarborough Welter, 6f.—Milfoil I, Locomotion 2, Baliloo or Gold Pan 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Sciatica RELIEF OBTAINED BY UECiG DR. MORSE'S INDIAN HOOT PILLS AND COMSTOCiCS NERVE AMD BONE LINI MENT. This is one of the most dreaded complaints thai human ilesh is heir to, and thoro arc many people sulfer ing untold agonies trying remedy af ter remedy without result. Such ;: 1 one was Mr. Patrick Scally, Gladstone St., "Woodville, N.Z., who found Coin stock'.s Nerve and lione Liniment and Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills do what no other remedy had done for 1 im, that is. tlie.v brought relief from the pain he was suitering. Mr. Seally writes :— "Considering the large amount of benefit I have derived by the use of your valuable medicines, it gives me groat pleasure to let you have this testimonial, and you can make any use you wish of it. T have been a suf ferer for a number of years with Scia tica, (lie torturing pain I endured be ing sometimes almost unbearable. It was so groat that I. could not sleep at night, and had to be wheeled about on a chair, being jo bad that J was un a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

CRICKET. At last the Board of Control lias decided to justify its title by tak ing the management of touring teams out of the hands of the players. When tile Board was form ed, it allowed the players, for the sake of peace after the long dis pute to retain the right of elect ing the manager, subject only to ratification by the Board. The 1909 team went to England with Frank Laver as manager appointed by the players and endorsed by the Board. Peter M'Alister, an Kast Melbourne club mate of Laver's, and one of the Board's selection committee, went as treasurer, directly represen ting ll>e Board, but he could not carry out his duties fully, because Layer would not supply him -with tlio necessary documents, etc,, aud Ihoro was a long delay in procur ing the financial statement and re port ot the tour when it. was over. Now, the Hoard assumes complete control by deciding to appoint a manager to accompany t.lie team sailing in -Marcli tor tho triangular scries—tlirce tests against. Eng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

hm? Pf They are GOOD boots boots that any man would [ have a pride in wearing boots that aro made by f" Marshall's of Richmond, Victoria, who specialise on Men's boots only make nothing else but tuen'e boots——and consequently the MARSHALL BOOT is the most perfect Men's Boot iu Australia. Knowing this, we have secured the agency for Forbes and recommend jtheso Boots to all male readers of this paper. Prices from 14s to 25s. These prices may seem a little higher than those for other brands but MARSHALL'S Boots aro guaran teed to givo more than ordinary wear and comfort and to alwayB keep their shape. . Also, we can fit you with a Smart Dressy Boot at 8s lid. Yours to Boot,

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