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FURTHER "NARWONAH" SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
FURTHER "NARWONAH" SALES. Hain and Searight report the sales of blocks 3 and 5 of the above subdivision, comprising 1234 and Tomkins, of Narromine district, securing block 3, and Mr G. W. Chambers, of Barnawatha, Victoria, block 5. Only 2 blocks remain unsold, and the agents expect to effect an early clearance of these. Buyers would do well to write promptly to Hain and Searight, Sydney, for full particulars of the remaining blocks.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
CRICKET. The Inter-State match between Victoria and NeSv South Wales, played at Melbourne, resulted in a win for New South Wales by ten wickets. Victoria made 166 and 217, Kortlang Matthews, Armstrong, and Hartkopt doing best with the bat. The winners. made 341, of which Kelleway got 101, and Trumper 68. Cotter took 4 for 38 in' the first, and 6 for 86" in the second innings, Kelleway 3 for 42 and 2 for 32, Macartney 3 for, 68 and 0 for 17, ana Emery 2 for 50.
SCHOOL OF ARTS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
SCHOOL OF ARTS CONCERT. The concert in aid of the funds of the School of Arts on Boxing night eclipsed all expeclations, and the committee and others directly interested in it may feel highly pleased at the result. The takings at the concert and dance, approximately, were £24, of which £6 was taken at the refreshment room, which was catered for by a committee of ladies. The programme comprised singers from Canowindra, Forbes, Parkes, and Cudal, and the items rendered were well and favorably received. Mr J. •T.. Noble acted as chairman, and announced the items, as follows: — Overture, Mr Thos. Melliday sketch, Messrs A. Ashcroft, S. Medcalfe, and E. Vitnell; song, Miss M'Donald; song, Mr J. Messner; song, "Killar\x=req-\ ney," Miss Griffiths; song, Mr Brand; song, "Poor John," Miss Har\x=req-\ tas; duet, "Life's Dream is O'er," Mr Brand and Miss M'Donald; recitation, 'Private Flynn," Mr T. Hough; comic song, Mr J. Hart; song, Miss Griffiths; song, Mr Dodd; song, Miss M'Donald; comic ...
PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
PIGEON SHOOTING. On Wednesday last, a full day's shooting In connection with the local Gun Club eventuated on the local '•ground, and proved highly successful, ^"he chief attraction of the day was the £ 20 pigeon match, which eventually fell to Messrs J. Goodacre and J. Townsend (divided) with 11 kills. Following is a curtailed' account of the shooting: — Sparrow Shoot (2/ sweepstake). Messrs Martel, Turner, Laneyrie, and -Myring divided; 14 shooters. £20 Pigeon Match.—Messrs Cabot £2), and Myring, Martel, Townsend, Kirby, Butrass, Goodacre, and Marlin divided, £ 1 each. Ifr the shoot off, Messrs Goodacre and Townsend, with 11 kills, divided £11; 18 shooters. First Sweepstake (5/-).—Messrs Martel, Goodacre, Myring, Byrnes, and Hill divided; 14 shooters. Second Sweepstake (5/-).—Messrs Myring, Butrass, Goodacre, and Hill divided; 12 shooters. Third Sweepstake (5/-).-—Messrs Myring, Martel, and Hurkitt divided. Fourth Sweepstake (5/-).—Messrs J. Byrnes, Laneyrie, and Martel divided; 1...
RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
RIFLE CLUB. A ,b'ig (lay's shooting, in connection" with the local club, took place on New Year's Day; Shooting commenced at 9 a.m. sharp. Besides the sweepstakes, there were four attractive and valuable medals shot for, and in catering so well for its members, the'club has acted wisely in infusing renewed interest into its doings. At night, all prizes won in connection with the above, as well as those won during the past twelve months, were presented at the School of Arts, the evening taking the form of a social gathering, when there ' was a good attendance.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
Bollinger's For , Wedding' Presents BUY YOUR WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS AT BOLLINGER'S. A. G. F. Bolliiag'er, tHe leading jeweller. ONLY ADDRESS— . ' - LACHLAN STREET (opposite Soldiers'Memorial) 'PHONE 50. Stationery and Fancy Goods. All Daily, Weekly, and Periodical Papers and Magazines. — School and Presentation Books. E.P. Ware, Office Stationery, and Account--Books. Tobacco, and All Smokers' Requisites. Cochrane's 'PHONE 154. KASWIN STREET. MY THANKS ARE DUE TO YOU For the more than generous support accorded to me by-the public of Forbes and Surrounding District during tlur past twelve months. I have to express my Thanks, and to wish everyone prosperity during the ensuing year. E. J. QRJNSTED. The Lachlan Street Newsagency, Forbes. We are now offering a Host of Good Values in MEN'S, "WOMEN'S, and CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR for the New Year Season. If you want Style and Comfort, you will need a Pair of Our Boots and Shoes. If you want to give a present to a friend, a pair would be s...
BLACK BOXERS. THE BIG MAN WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
BLACK BOXERS. THE BIG MAN WINS. The two niggers, Sam M'Vea and Sam Langrord, met in the stadium at Rushcutters' Bay, Sydney, last ruesday morning, to light for what may be called the championship of the world in. the absence of the holder jf the title—the /nvincible Jack lohnson. On the last occasion when ;hese two nigs, met in Paris, the result was a draw, but on this occasion M'Vea was given the decision on points after a twenty round go. By a great many the decision of the referee, Snowy Baker, was received with derision, and such good judges as ex-champion Tommy Burns and "Amateur," of the "Referee," were strong in denouncing it. Langford, 5ft. Gin. in height, and scaling 12 stone 21bs, looked an easy thing for M'Vea, 5ft. llin., and 14st. 31bs, but the little chap is such a clever two-handed fighter that in the ppipion of many he more than outpointed M'Vea, though towards the end his right eye was closed up. Some say that the damage to the right optic was due to a bump from Is ...
HIGHLAND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
HIGHLAND SPORTS. Putting the Weight.—First 30/-, second 10/-.—W. S. Ferguson. Tossing the Caber. First .30/-, second 10/-.—A. Marlin , 22ft. 6in., 1; M. Battye, 22ft. 5in., 2; W. S. Ferguson, 22ft. 3in„ 3. Throwing the Hamnier.—W.. S. Ferguson, 94ft., 1; Lock Johnson, 74 ft., 2. .
COMMERCIAL NEWS. BATHURST STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
BATHURST STOCK REPORT. E. H. Taylor and Co., under date 28th ult.:—Owing to the holidays there was a small attendance of buyers. Only 34 fat cattle yarded. We.* sold a/c.M'Kenzie, 6 bullocks from £6/7/- to £ 7/12/-, old cows ' £ 5 2/-; a/c Williams, 10 steers and bullocks averaging £6/6/-, heifer at £4/1/-; a/c -Owner, heifer at £2 15/-. .• Fat Slveep.—500 yarded. We sold 407, viz.—Account Westerli Agents, 306 ewes 8/3 to 9/6; a/c Williams, 71 ewes 9/3, 98 cull store wethers, ,4/-; a/c Hade, 30 lambs 7/-, and passed in 100 prime wethers. On December 22nd, at our O'Connell yards, we offered 3000 sheep to the usual attendance of buyers. We sold—Account Gu'ggerty, 58 wethers 7/1; a/c Wittaker, 116 lambs 7/6; a/c Burcher, 71 ewes 8/-, 534 ewes 5/10 privately, 104 sheep 5/9, passed in 1800 wethers; a/c Williams, 250 store 7/6 Cattle.—A/c Todd, bull £2/12/-, 5 heifers and steers to £2/1/-; a/c 1365 acres respectively, Mrs F. E. Webb, 35 steers and cows from £2 5/- to £2/19/-.
ATHLETIC EVENTS. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 100 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
ATHLETIC EVENTS. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 100 yards. First £2, second £1, third 10/-. First lieat.—J. J. Read, 8yds, 1; L. Best, 10yds, 2. Three starters. Time, 9 2-5sec. . ' . Second heat.—W. Rath, 12yds, 1; J. Shanahan, 9yds, -2. Time,. 9 1-5 sec. Third heat.—W. Dodd; 8yds, 1; A. Davis, 10yds, 2. Time, -9 2-5sec. Fourth heat-—J:-'Aitken, 9yds, 1; J. Miller; 10yds, 2. Time, 9 2-5sec. Fifth heat.—J. Haylock, 8yds and W. Turner,. 10yds, dead-heat. Time, 9 l-5sec. . Sixth lieat.—J. Sens, 9yds, 1; E. Besgrove, 2. Time; 9 3-5sec. First ' ■ semi-final.—Shanahan 1, Aitken ^.' Won -on the . post by inches. •. Time, 9sec. Second semi-flnal.—Rath 1, Read 2. A close finish in 9sec. - ' Final. __ 'Shanahan 1 Read 2 Aitken . . .. ; 3 Won by a yard, in 9 l-5sec. LADIES' BRACELET, valued at two guineas, 120 yards. First heat.—J. A. Miller, 12yds, 1; J. Aitken, 12yds, 2. Time, 12 4-5 sec. Second heat.—J. Haylock, 9yds, 1; W. Rath, 13yds, 2. Time, 13sec. Third heat.—C. E. Gage, ,9yds, 1; C. O'Brien, 15y...
COSTUMES [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
COSTUMESr C ; ■ V ■ ■. Best Dressed HigliJ';1 f. Prize, one guinea.—-J. M'Leod, 1-, a. Henderson, 2. Four entries. Best Dressed Lassie. Prize, gold medal, one. guinea.—Miss A. Hutchison, 1; Miss Dodd, 2. Thirteen entries. Best Dressed Laddie. Prize, gold medal, one guinea.—Master E. Dodd.. Six entries.
PIPING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
PIPING. Local Champion Piper. Gold medal, £ 2/2/-;—J. M'Leod. Piping Marches (open). First £ 2, second 10/-.—Pipe-major Bell, 1; H. lEwing, 2. Strathspeys and Reels. First £ 2, second 10/-.—Pipe-major Bell, 1; A. E. Anderson, 2. ■ ■ ■ ■■ ; ■ Popular Airsr . First . prize ' a guinea, second 5/-.—Pipe-major.Bell, 1; It. Small, 2. '
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Monday. The Peace Conference at Shanghai has decided to summon a national convention, and an armistice lias been arranged. There is a split in the Imperial. Cabinet over the question of womanhood suffrage. The strike at Newport, which affects 4000 men, has been temporarily settled. 1 The British revenue for the past quarter amounted to&lt; £ 4,000,000. " The French Chamber of Deputie lias adopted a proposal to place tax on the winnings of casinos, in aid-of public works. A French officer, who escaped from a German fortress, regained France in a motor car, which dashed through the customs barrier. There are rumors in Germany that the Crown Prince is in a serious state of health. A chemist has • been arrested in" connection with the aleaths of paupers in Berlin, charged with supplying the men with drink, composed' two parts of methylated spirits and one part schnapps. At, practice shooting on Tuesdayr M'Dougall again lopped the score,' with 91, made ...
WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
WEDNESDAY. 7 a.m.—-Partes, Bogan Gate, Trundle, . Condobolin. 11,30 a.m.-—Calarie. 11.30 a.m.—Yarra Yarra, Anderson's, Speck's, Weelong, Glen yarra, Uah, Pearce's, Russell's, Amor, Chandler's, Leslie's, War\x=req-\ angla, Barry's, Boyd, Scott's, Tregalins., 3.55 p.m.—Sydney, T.P.O., Batliurst, Orange, Young, Cowra, Melbourne, Molong, Cookamidgera, Parkes, Tlchborne, Daroobalgie, also Goolagong, Wenz's, arid Tomanbil (via Cowra), Grenfell (T.P.O,), Trundle and Bogan Gate (via Parkes J. Gate (via Parkes). (Late fee, 4.5 pm.). fl.30 p.m.—Eugowra.
Forbes Caledonian Society. Sixteenth Highland Gathering. Record Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
Forbes Caledonia Sixteenth Highland Gathering. The sixteenth annual gathering of the Forbes Caledonian Society was blessed; with ideal weather on New Year's Day. On Sunday, the last day of the old year, a terrific storm burst .over the town, accompanied by 67 points of rain, which fell in less than two hours, and this ..served to clear the atmosphere, and to lay the dust, consequently the sixteenth annual gathering of the Society was held under the most favorable wea\x=req-\ ,:.ther conditions. The pipers who arrived on the previous Saturday, and • who skirled most of the time they •were here, did not fail in keeping townsfolk unforgetful of the sports on New Year's Da'y, and the bunting with which the town was decorated was a further reminder. A large contingent of visitors came from; Parkes, and the attendance from all round was equal to the best of previ ous years, and the amount of gate takings was nearly £100. The huge programme was got through in good time, with the exception ...
SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 2 January 1912
SATURDAY. 11.30 a.m.—Calarie, Bedgerabong, Condobolin, Nowlands, Yarra Yarra, Carrawobitty, Eulomo, Traversdale, M'Phillamy's, Raw\x=req-\ lin's, Hall's, Hope, Gemalong, Porter's, Kennedy's, Sweeney's, Bogandlllon, Cadow, Morgan Bros.', Borambil, Monwonga, • Pretoria, Warroo Police, Corin. ell'a, . Anderson's, Weelong, Speck's, Glenyarra, Uah, Russell's, Pearce's, Amor, Chandler's, Leslie's, ' Warangla, Barry's, Boyd, Scott's, Tregal\x=req-\ ana. 3.55 p.m.—Sydney, T.P.O., Bathurst, Orange, Molong, Young, Cowra, Melbourne, Cookamidgera, Parkes, Daroobalgie, Tichborne. (Late fee, 4.5 p.m.).