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THE RECTOR'S REBUKE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

THE BECTOB'S BEBUKE. The following remarks made by llio liev. .T. Gillespie, at the Gladstone (Q.) Piesbyterian Church on a recent Sunday are full of truth: "There arc .some things, it seem's to me,' said the rev. gentleman, "that the pulpit cau lake up in a plain way; and there is one that for some time I have been desirous of taking' up. i'or two or three minutes, therefore, I wish to refer to the simply scandalous way in which the people hero will refuse to pay their ordinary debts—the ordinary every day tradesman's accounts. .Shortly after coming here, J. was particularly si ruck by the want of truthfulness in 1 he place, and after that was pained to learn the dis graceful way that debts were regarded. There can be few things more disastrous for people than to have children growing up in homes where even the commonest payments will be refused. But there art; people in Gladstone, in what are called, fair positions, who do not scruple to get things they do not need, or who go to a...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pars About People [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

Both King George and Queen Mary have a great liking for good music, so that those who are their hosts and hostesses spend almost fabulous sums to obtain the ser vices of the „ most talented vocal ists and instrumentalists of the day. Ujion one occasion, some years ago, Queen Alexandria having ex pressed her admiration for the play ing of Kubelilt, her host promptly wired to him and invited him to name his own terms for one even ing's recital. Not only was the large amount demanded cheerfully paid to the gifted musician, but epe clal trains were provided to con vey him to the house and to take him back to London again, a sump tuous dinner awaited him, and the smallest wish he expressed was at once complied with. What the even ing's entertainment cost it is al most Impossible to say. There is,- perhaps, no description which the Duke of Connaught, the. new Governor-General of Canada, ;'ppr0c.'ai.es more than being term ed "our Soldier Duke." He has always insisted on being recognized a...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

Forbes Motor Garage. Summers & Peppercorn. motor expert© a csnsral Repair Work Fromptl;y and Skilfully Executed VULCANISING by II. E. Process, always ready. Gars Stored Waslied and Polished. All Accessories Stocked NOTE—Night Boll for Use wlieu Gramme is Closed. Telephone 163. Best Equipped Garage in Forbes. nazsesaaizi W«s SJiarwa Pl<« «W lilies By ill Pi'sSW m Teiiiaer. FARMERS8 FORC* ""5 TS On SO Days' Trial, £4 10s, iHsaaagwaM^xpgKaociwtcaoRa ^^rajgTiasgrgiZKtf.'io a Ven eh? * n <#§? t£d> □ W& a, HEN wheeling through PARKED, anil in need of any MOTOR REQUISITES, or REPAIRS (o YOUR CAR— Call at M. FOOTS' MOTOR CARACEj and you will receive Prompt A4.lent.i0n either Night or Day. ATTENDANT SLEEPS- ON PREMISED. gm~ I Stock all popular sizes in Palmer Cord, Dunlup, Continental and B. Glass Tyre?, and I sell at'Sydney Retail Rates. Pratts' and Sheil Motor Spirit in any quantity at Lowest Rates, DUVAL PROTECTOTYRES A SPECIALITY. All Repairs effe...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES FOR THE MaAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

FOR THE MhN ON THE LAND. Theso Notes arc issued every week, under the personal supervision of tho ITon. J. h. TrcHd, Minister of Agriculture, ami are based mainly on the experiments of tho Department. The Department can solve many problems concerning' the land and production which would be Impracticable to the individual producer. Department# of Agriculture arc great educative forces in all countries dependent upon their primary resource They may he regarded as central representative agencies, from which springs the matorial for the pursuance of improved methods in utilising the soil. The Minister seeks tho rural press as a medium for disseminating the results of the ecientiflo and practical investigations of his Department, in the hope that the information disclosed from time to, time may as.siet the Individual producer and the State generally. Should any farmer desire information relevant to his work on tho land, not referred to in theso Notes at the tirno, a query addressed to th...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

THE kIGHT WAV. There is always a rl",!;'. and a wrowj Wiiy to so siixnil .loiuy tilings. Tlio w:iy is tisai wbMt I -atls tu tin: ;ic/c<jii 11<1 i■ 11.■;■ L of the object ill the most <iii*f<■ L :ui'[ wuri:.nanliiio man lier. When a person s;:;i'ers from sumo ailment such as rhwuuatism, sout, lumbago, baekach''. sciatica, blood dis orders, anaemia, imiis'estion, bilious ness, jaundice. sick-headache, general debility, Kravi.'l, stone, or bladder troubles, the right. way to recovery is to attack the seat of tile disorder. AH tlio complaints named are symptomatic of a disordered 'condition of tlie kid neys and liver. This disordered condi tion interferes with the work of tlio organs and conduces to the retention in the system of uric and biliary poi sons which it is the function of tlm kidneys am! liver to extract and eli minate. 1'he reason that Warner's Saf'j (,'nro litis proved so successful in tha treatment of all of these ailments is tha...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO MAKE MILLIONS. By Men Who Have Made Them. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

By Men Who Have Mnde Tliciu. "I know few tilings easier," Mr. Andrew Carnegie once said to an interviewer "than the making of millions, in tho plu rai. The wliolo trouble lios in making the Sirst of them. After that, with ordin ary cave and judgment, you can look on while they make themselves. rersonally, I found it an infinitely harder task to ac cumulate my first thousand pounds than to add a few millions to my pile in later years." IIow true this rather startling statement Is, is proved by the fact that, at the close of his business career, Mr. Carnegie actu ally doubled his colossal fortune by "a stroke of the pen," when ho sold for £(1-1,000,000, to the American Steel Trust, shares, tho market value of which, but n few months earlier, had been only half that sum. If ever a man possessed the secret of making millions it is' this canny Scotch Croesus, who, with characteristic gener osity, has made it public in many inter views. Put briefly, his recipe for riches is:—"Begin at the...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EASTER TOURS. Some Fine Trips. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

THE EASTER TOURS. Some Fine Trips. Tiie Government Tourist Bureau i,s early in the liekl with information re garding 1 lie tours set down for tlio Kaster holidays. These personally-conducted lours are immensely popular. They an; attended in larger and larger numbers each year, and tourists wiio have had experience on (hem speak in the highest terms of all the arrangements. The attention given to the smallest details by the expert oflicials of the Government Tourist Hureau is so thorough that everything runs like clockwork. Every thing is prearranged. The tourist has simply to enjoy himself. lie is saved all worry in regard to catching trains, hooking tickets, and transporting his baggage. No one who has not travelled ' in one of those special personally conducted tours of the New South Wales Government Tourist Bureau lias realised the perfection of comfort in travel. For the coming Master season five special itineraries have been planned. They cover various routes, and will take ill...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

LIMITED. THE Freezing Works at Daroobal gie have been re-opened after the Christinas Vacation, and tHe Plant is in Full Working Order. Everything ready for the prompt Treatment of Stock. Best Returns obtained for Frozen Mutton, and Lambs on London Mar ket . Ice in Largo or Small Quantities always available. G. E. SIDDALL, GENERAL MANAGER, Forbes District Hospital. B73HE AdjourneJ Annual General is Meeting of Subscribers to the above Institution will be held in the Town Hull on MONDAY NIGHT, 5tli February, 1912, at 8 p.m. BUSINESS. To receive Nominations for Com mitteemen. J. H. BATES, Secretary, ~ NOTICE. - DISPOSAL, OF BUSINESS. I beg to Notify the Public of Forbes and District that I have dis posed of my Saddery Business in Kankin-st. to Mr. D, KINNAIItD. All repairs now in my hands must be taken delivery of within 14 days of this date; otherwise tliey will bo sold to defray expenses. All outstanding account;) must, bo paid by the end of February, as 1 intend leaving the district ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

Races to Come. The 'Western District Racing Asso ciation lias alloted the following dates for the 1912 season: — Lagoon, Feruary 3rd. W.D.ll.A., Orange, Feb. 9th & 10th. Wallerawang', February 17th. Gilgaiulra, February 21 and 2 2. Koorowatha, February 28tli. Orange, March 1st and 2nd. Orange Picnics, March 5th & 6th. Forbes, March 7tli and 8th. Parkes, March 13th and 14tli. Orange Hiernians, March 16th. Mudgee, March 16th. Cowra Hibernians, March 20th. Forbes Hibernians, March 20th. Grenfell Hibernians, March 22nd. Wallerawang, March 23rd. Molong, 2Sth and 29th. Eugowra, April 3rd. (Jowra, April 8th and 9th. Canowindra, April 11th. Goolagong, April 12th. Coiulobolin, April 16 andl7. Gulgong, April 17th. Bathurst, April 19, 20. and 22... Mudgee, April 26th and 27tlid. Dulibo, April 26th and 27ht Grenfell, May 1 and 2 (may alter. Wellington, May 1st and 2nd. Trangie, May 7th and Sth. Wellington Picnic, May 9 and 10. Maequarie Picnic, May 16 & 17. Pea Hill, May...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

Wanted A WAITRESS, and also a USEFUL MAN for Hotel Work. Apply— MJflTJJOI'OL1TAN HOTftI FORBES. Lout, A Sovereign, between "Times" Gliice and A.R.C. Bank. Finder rewarded on returning to this office. Preliminary Notice. Noble ^ lelford, AUCTIONEERS, EUQOWRA, HAV12 received I'rom W. K. My ring, Esq., 'Springthorpe," Eugowra, in structions to sell by Public Auction at Springtliorpi;, on WEDNESDAY 21st FEBRUARY, at U a.m., the whole of his Household Furniture and Effects, Machinery, etc. Full particulars will be advertis ed later. Mr. Myring is leaving the district, and everything will be for absolute sale. XOKLK AXf> TELFORD, Aih'I ioneers, KUGOWKA T, CLEAR ING SALE AT MAN SON'S. IN EVERY DEPARTMENT we are now busy straighten ing up, sorting and measur ing up for stocktaking at the end of the month. BALE REDUCTIONS—^0 to 00 per cent. dresses, 20 to 00 per cent. Reductions. REMNANTS. IN ■ ODD LENGTHS, half price.' MANCHESTER, 15 to 20 per cent., off regular^prices. Sheetings, Towels...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

Neurasthenin Otlicr Serve Ailments. A NATURAL HUT POTJiXT KEMKDY. i Neurasthenia is one of the'most com mon oi nerve disorders; -It lias tin: most certain' yot painful symptoms,. :.wlueb pav-o the way for. both mental and: or : ganie disease, it is a discaso of the nervous system which • requires careful, correct treatment- and: rest: To have vlgo'rous health, is, as Shake speare says, "a .eonsumma.tlon devoutly to be wished;" and as ail groat achieve ments arc only obtained by strict ad herence to the laws of nature, so, iu the treatment of disease, healthy, condi-: lions can only be restored by rational and- sanative remedies.. - Hundreds of Batterers from nerve' exhausion, bralif fag, and collapse scarcely know, what remedy to obtain, and often only succeed in obtaining a palliative which whips up the jaded nerves, gathering what, norvo . forco is left for a final effort, and than .—collapse. Almost DvOry disease is ushered in by nerve-exhaustion; brain, heart, liver, kidneys, sp...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In and Around Sydney. A TOUGH TASK. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

in and Around Sydney. Written Specially for Country Krmlors. A TOUGH TASK. One of the hardest tasks vol. ex perienced in Sydney seems to he to raise even a spasm of public in dignation over I he proposal to con vert Government House to a public use and throw the adjoining acres of beautifully situated ground op en to the public. 13oih morning papei-b have ably put into leading articles on tlie subject all the vriit.ii at their command, and leading citi zens induced the Lord Mayor to call a public, meeting at which a public feeling was expected to arise and po "werfnlly and vigorously assert itself. Men who write truthful letters to the editor have heaped wholesome contumely upon the head of the proposal tto give Government House and grounds to the use ol the peo ple, who are never satisfied any how, and the senior morning pap er has returned to the attack again and again. Yet public, indig natio.i will not rise. A second time the Lord Mayor was asked to call a meeting; it. gave the ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT IS PUBLIC OPINION? [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

WHAT IS PUBLTC OPINION T]\.: lact that the public of Syd ney have no time to give to the question of the ultimate destinatior' of Government. House and its pict uresque grounds, and that they havi preferred to remain practically dumb regarding it, is just another; instance of the usual public apathy. It is a. mistake to suppose that a ■want of interest on the part of- tlie people in their own public affairs is _ a tr.iit of character confined chief ly to the smaller population of coun try ■ towns, where it is . invariably very marked. But. that is only be cause in the smaller centres of popu hit ion anything of the kind—for the matter of that, everything—comes more directly' under notice. In Syd . ney ;the-' same failing, - or weakness, or shortcoming or common, cliaract, • erictis—call it what you will— is very pronounced, but being spread over a greater area it comes less prominently undor notice. "Publk opinion" 'is frequently referred to, especially in Sydney newspapers, in such...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PASTRY COOK'S CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

A PASTRY COOK'S 0IUME. A pastry cook at Vienna baked a wedding cako for a girl who hart jilted him. He placed arsenic in (ho confectionery, with the result that tlio bride and bridegroom and ten others were killed. •

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

You can always rely on this by Consigning to WQOLCROWSTC 88 YOUR BUSINESS WOOL.SES.LBRSG 8S OURS, We are as keen to please you, as you are to top the market. We devote all our time and energy to the selling of pastoral products ; and our clients get the benefit of a lifetime of experience in this special work. The satisfaction of each Individual Client has been our stepping stone to success. "Under Original Management: am •son, Ltd. <&8 Bridge St., Sydney NEW WHEAT. TC WHEAT GRQWEm s If you have not secured the best prices in the past, write to. LI RIDLEY WALKER <8; CO., / MARK LAKE, SYDNEY. regarding your crop. Tliey are admittedly the leading' Wheat Sales men o£ the State, with, the biggest local and shipping connection. Free storage and liberal advances can bo arranged. Stores—Darling Island and City. REMEMBER—Highest Prices. Lowest Charges. •SeNT ? i Imlt. *3 vl | J0EIA1A! BEST h RESULTS &co& Paddocks with Feed,Water &5^a&...

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Forbes Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

Forbes Rifle Club. '1 lie second shoot for the Major Mc Donnell match rifle and trophies presented by Messrs. A. J. Baldock and Jos. Murphy, was held on Wednesday, and scores were as follow 500 6oo Hep. Tl. J. Jenkinson "35 30 4 66 J. Fielder 32 3i . scr. 63 C. Buckland 27 32 .4 63 P. Ford 31 2 02 D. Hansard 24 34 2 Co A. McDougali 31 27 scr. 58 A. Pepperc6rn 29 22 5 56 W. Luthje 21 27 I 52 G. Cochrane 28 19 2 49 G. White 23 16 5 44 Handicap limit 66 points. 'Possible. The second shoot by Saturday members takes place to-day. We (Parkes "Champion') learn' that Mr. W. Keast has sold his bakery and small goods business at Hogan Gate to Mr. Jas. McKeown, of Forbes, at a satisfactory price. The new purchaser took posses sion on Thursday.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LET US SPRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

LET US SPBAY. A large fruitgrower at Gunning, Now South AVales, reports that, owing to an unforeseen cause lie wub unable to spray a number of his treos, but had thorn ban daged for codlin moth. The remainder of his trees wore sprayed, and the result is interesting. He states that ho has des troyed as many as fifty grubs under tho bandages, whilst on tho trees whore tho spray was applied only an odd grub was found.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brisbane Upheavel. SPECIAL CONSTABLES SWORN IN. STREET PROCESSION PROHIBITED. (By Special Wire). Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

Hl'KClAL CONSTAlUilOS SWOHN IX. Tit 131ST I'llOCIOSSION PROHIBIT ED. Special Wire). Sydney, Fi-iclay. This morning's news from Bris bane states that 500 special -con stables were sworn in yesterday. A well known squatter offered to provide the government with a corph of mounted men to patrol the city, and his offer was; accepted. Several thousand people, mostly youths, caused the police consider able trouble last night. A crowd of 5,000 intended to attack the tramway sheds at Bulimba, and tlie police had to draw swords and dis perse the crowd. Many windows oC shops at The Valley were brokon. The police refused to grunt per mission to hold a procession through the streets of Brisbane to day, ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORBES HOSPITAL. Annual Meeting of Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

FORBES HOSPITAL. Annual Meeting of Subscribers. Tlic annual meeting of subscribers to the Forbea District Hospital was hold in the Council Chambers on Monday night. The president, Mr. G. F. Cochrane ,occupied the chair, j and there were also present Messrs ; Blanche F. Stone, Tttohey, Broad- . bent, Harris, Burton, Sam, Shelton, ; Edwards, Gorman, lleymond, Mills, Walsh, and Bates (secretary). i The minutes 01! the last annual , mectivsr were read by the secretary and confirmed, and then the presi- j dent read' the fiftieth annual report of the committee, as follows: j Your Committee begs to present ^ its report for the year ending 31st j December, 1011, making the 50th annual report presented to the sub scribers. The year was commenced , with a credit balance of £-107 9s, j and has ended with a debit of £57 j 8s. A comparison of the amounts ie- . ceived under the heading of public ; subscriptions will show that , the „j • year just ended yielded £94 j less than the previous year. i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DISAPPOINTED sCROWD. POLICE AND TROOPERS ARMED. CHARGES ON THE MOB. WILD SCENES OF DISORDER. Sydney, Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912

A DISAPPOINTED CROWD. I'OLICK AXi) TliOOPEJtS AHMED. : CHARGES ON THE MOD. •WILD SCENES OP DISORDER. V; -; Sydney, Friday afternoon. A crowd of'about 7,000 persons assembled * at the Trades Hall in ; Brisbane this morning, awaiting an order from the union" leaders to form in procession. j Great disappointment was ex pressed when Mr. Bowman, M.L.A., announced that the procession could not take place. Tnere was some excitement as armed police were seen approaching the Trades Hall from Albert-street. T'ao foot policc had tlieir bayonets fixed and carried ball cartridges in • their pouches; the troopers carricd swords . The police inspector advised the men to disperse, but failed in his object. Then tjfo union leaders suc ceeded in inducing the men and women to go away . Three hundred and fifty polico and one hundred and fifty special constables are on duty. Later on another attempt wras nijide to - form a procession. Mrs. i\l. Miller, a prominent Laborite, constituted herself the leade...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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