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RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR. SHORTAGE IN THE WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR. SHORTAGE IN THE WINTER. Following is a "table showing the rainfall fox- 1911, as compared with that for 1910. On the last day of the year 1911 a fall of 67 points took place in the morning, and it is included in the-: figures--given below: — ' ■ .1911 1910 427 February ,v :.... 122 - — March V.- 18S 219 April .j. . 23 53' May 82 June ; . . .82 213 July 133 August 38 September ...... . . 123 156 October . . 48 109 November ....... . . 392 165 December ...y 160 Total ..... . 21.77 17.55
WELL-ORGANISED SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
WELL-ORGANISED SHOOT, Mr Lou Laneyrle, of the Club House Hotel, Eugowra, laid himself out as organiser of the pigeon shoot last Wednesday week, to make tlie game both comfortable and attractive, and the sport proved so good that after blazing away all day on Wednesday, a fresh start was made on Thursday, and the shooters did not quit till noon. .Details were given last issue, but some remarkably good shooting on the second day is worthy of notice, when four men left in a sweep shot 32 birds in succession with the first barrel. Altogether, 18 shooters faced the traps, and a temporary shed provided the necessary grateful shade. Out of 600 pigeons and 300 sparrows provided, there were 60 pigeons left. The pigeons were obtained from Parkes, Condobolin, Cudal, Canowindra, and Forbes, and were a line lot, as with a strong breeze, in their favor they asked the shooters some awkward questions.
1912. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
1912. Orange J.C., January 1 and 2 Spring Flat J.G., January 1. •' Narromirie' Hibernians, January 1. Wollar J.C., January 4. " Woodstock J.C., January. 26.. Lagoon J.C., February 3. W.D.R.A., Orange, February 9 and '10: : Wallerawang J.C., February 17. Gilgandra J.,Ci, February 21 and 22."' \ ' ' Koorawatha J.C., February 28. Orange J.C., March 1 and 2. Orange and District Picnic Race olub, March 5 and 6, Forbes J.C., March .7 and S. Parlces J.C., March 13 and 14. H.A.C.B.S., Orange, March 16. Mudgee T. Club, March 16. ' : H.A.C.B.S.r Cowra, March 20. . H.A.C.B;S., Forbes, Marcn 20. r H.A.C.B.S., Grenfell, March 22.. : Wallerawang J.C., March 23. Molong J.C;, March 28 and 29. Eugowra J.C., April 3. , Cowra J.C., April-8 and 9^ Canowindra J.C., April 11. v Goolagong: J;C„. April 12. Condobolin J.C., April 16 and 17, Gulgong J.C., April 17. Bathurst J.C., April 19. 20. and i. • • ' (r Mudgee T.C.,: April; 26;and 27. Dubbo ■ J.C.;, Aprli;26 and 27. Grenfell J.C.,;May, 1 and 2. - Welli...
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
GRENFELL. •Mr George Henry Greene, M.L.G., owner of Iandra Estate, in the Gren\x=req-\ fell. district, has died at his home. Mr Greene first entered Parliament on: February 4. 1889, and lie sat throughout the lifetime of the State's .14tii Parliament, as a member of the Legislative Assembly, for the Gren\x=req-\ fell constituency. He was again elected in July, 1894, but vacated his seat on the report of the Elections and Qualifications Committee, in October of the same year. He was returned at (Tie general election of 1895, and sat until the dissolution in July, 1898. The following year he was made a member of the Legislative. Council, taking his seat when Parliament! met, in' April, and he maintained, this connection with the Upper House until' his death. Mr Greene'will always be remembered as the-pioneer of the "share" system of wheat farming in this State, by which means many a farm hand has been able to raise himself from laborer to land-owner.' , . Mr A. P.. Wilkinson, local sh...
WESTERN DISTRICT NEWS. PARS CRIBBED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. TEMORA. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
WESTERN 01STRB6T MS. PARS CRIBBED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. TEMORA. Mr A. Hunt's residence, a mile from the town, .was destroyed by fire on Monday night. The furniture was insured for £50 in the Alliance Company. It is not known if the building was insured. The origin of the fire is unknown. j A farmer in this district has made an estimate of'the value of the ma^ chinery in use in; the province this season. He says tha,t:.in the seven districts there are about 400 machines working, and the ■ vaiue—new and second-hand'—is ;£ 18,400. The horses employed in stripping and carting £17,000, the bullocks £11,000. If, these figures are correct, they afford a good idea of the advance that has taken place in the province during the last five years. And yet, this great plateau is only.on" the fringe of development. 1. ' The early sowers in fallowed land are stripping much more wheat than appearances indicated—quite a num-; ber have baggeu 30 bushels per.'acre. On the Bland, 10 »tna 12 bags per acre ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
MY THANKS ARE DUE TO YQU For tlie more than generoussupport accorded to me by the public of Forbes and Surrounding- District during the past twelve, months. I have to express my Thanks, and to wish everyone prosperity during the ensuing year. E. J. QRINSTED. The Lachlan Street Newsagency, Forbes. . HUNTER a PHILLIPS 1912 Store 1912 » £ 3 e> Some reasons why you should do all your business with this store: — lst.;—The Stock Is Large and Up\x=req-\ J2U to-date. £ : - £L o ^ 2nd.—Tlie Prices are right. &lt;# 0 ■H w 3rd.—-You will get prompt atten\x=req-\ © Um\x=req-\ ■E £ _ 3 © Commence the New Year well by !2b sending along your orders.'. &lt;0 mmk X c 10 3 ri\x=req-\ o m ?+ o go o ■tl T mak &lt;0 ■i" 10 (0 1912 Store 1912 - HUNTER & PHILLIPS The Great Success attained by our Tailoring Department is the perfect fit, cut arid style, and the great wearing . capacity of suits turned out by Leysie and Co. ' Value. Webster tells us is the u amount obtaina...
SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS. ANOTHER FEATHER IN THE CAP. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS. ANOTHER FEATHER IN THE CAP. The Forbes District School, of which Mr J. J. Walsh is headmaster, has again been eminently successful in passing seven out of eight candidates for the position of probationary students. At a recent competitive examination for probationary student scholarships, the following pupils from the Forbes, school were successful, and will b,e awarded scholarships on production of the necessary proof of age and passing the required medical examination:— Misses Alma I. Patterson, .Ethel F. Booth, Eileen M. Patterson, Alma R. Bray, and Masters James B. Martin, Frank M'Millan, and William S. Jones. These scholarships entitle them to two years' training for teachers in one of the district schools set apart for that purpose in various parts of the State, and they carry free text books, and a small allowance if the student has to live away from home, of 5 /- a week for the first year, and 10/- a week for the second year—a very skimpy allowance indee...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
CRICKET. ^Details of recent local cricket matches were in hand last issue, but owing to the pressure on our space/ we were unable to make use of them. It is now:rather*, late in the day to give them in extensp, therefore we appen$ a summary. South Forbes and "Centrals" met on the Forbes convincing ground, and after an interesting game, victory rested with Souths by two runs. The winners made 106 (H. Coram 25, P.' Ellis 21, E. Boulton 16, W. Rae 13, H. Ellis 13, and "sundries" 11). Centrals responded with 1.04 (C. Madden 33, F. Gaggin 15, A. Green 14, C." Gaggin 11, J. Hyslop 10).^ ' , South Forbes and Gunning played at Gunning, the former winning. Scores;:—South Forbes, 115 (R. Emmett not out 53, W. Suttor 32), and 93 (H. Ellis'28, W. Green 28, R. Emmett 12). Gunning made 83 &lt;T. Martin' 35), and-101 (H! Noakes 26, J. Martin'19,'Wi Martin 19, T.-Martin 12). Of the'bowlers, E. Boulton got 4 for 35 and 8 for 41 for South ■Forbes, and T. Martin 5 for 24 and 2 for 19 for Gunni...
TROTTING AT EUGOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
TROTTING AT EUGOWRA. Trotting at Forbes seems to be dead, but Eugowra, under the impetus of Mr Lou Laneyrie, is moving towards the formation "of ,a live club. The settling up in connection with the Boxing Day races took place at the Club House Hotel on Tuesday night, and formed the occasion for a fruitful discussion on trotting. There were about fifty sports present, and Mr Robert Patterson, of Forbes,! in the .course of a half-hour addrpss on trotting generally, gave some useful information. The discussion mainly centred round the advisability of forming a local trotting club, or of temporising by having a trotting double in the annual race programme, the latter being decided upon. The amount of £ 17 was collected in ihe rbom for this double, and the Eu-. gowra Jockey Club promised to make it up to, .£ 25. Should this be a.suc\x=req-\ cess, a trotting club will be formed later on, and a half-mile track laid out on the racecourse. At the next meeting, thef>e will be a saddling pa...
PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
PARKES. Parkess Common Trustees are to be again: called upon to "face the music" for failing to continuously, destroy rabbits on the area under their control; The actual cost of: the local gas\x=req-\ works/including^ extras, was only £14 above the original estimate. Not at all bad!' ■■ ■ - The Rev. W. Fiulay Brown, who is ^organising in the^Peak Hill and Bogan Gate districts •'with the object of forming a Presbyterian charge there', is meeting with much warm support. ' ■ ■ " Mr J.'C. Alexander, Consulting Engineer, estimates that at present the Parkes Council are earning a profit of £5 per ,week on their gasworks. If this is correct, what a happy/.positiori the Council will be in when; the use of. the gas becomes general. .His Lordship, the Bishop of Bathurst (Dr. Long) is to visit :Parkes/oE the 16th March, when Jie will.bejac\x=req-\ corded a public reception at a conversazione in the1-evening.On Monday, at 2 p.m., the Bishop will consecrate' St. Luke's Church, Bogan. Gate
WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
" WYALONG. * A few, days-ago; Mr Albert Nielsen of West Wyalong,: whilst driving r harvester 7on the ' £ariii, lostj his. power of speech. . ■ Coming into tow; lie was .informed by his medical ad: viser that unless he discontinued driving, the harvester, the loss ol speech would probably'be permanent We sincerely trust that the serious; affliction will "be only of short duration. . ■ \
ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
V ■■■; ORANGE. A company lias been formed in Lon don to take .over the old Lucknow Gold Mining property', and the mine is to be ■ unwatered. : No ''additional particulars are to hand," butvthe in timation that it is propose4icto un water the old mine will b^frogarded as a hopeful indication. •
HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
HANDICAPS. . 200. 300 500 600 Thos. Kelly . . . . scr. scr. scr. scr. J. Fielder „ » » » II. Beasley ... . &lt;■: J. H. Bates . . . . >: ■ „ ' „ A. Miller „ .v • „ „ J. H. Hassall . „ „ „ „ a. M'Dougall .. „ w Sliirvington 1 1 1 p. Ford . . .. . .. ■ 1 1 1 T. Twist . ...... scr. 1 1 1 A. Musgrave . ;. . scr. 1 1 1 G. F. Cochrane.. ,, 1 X 1 W H. 'Sly ... . 1 1 i; 1 D. Hansard .... 1 1 l 1 W Boon .;. . . 1 2 l 2 W Luthje ... . 1 2 2 2 c. O. Buckland. . 1 2 2 2 c. Sliirvington . 1 2 2. 3 J. Jenkinson . . . : 1 0 2 2 R. Kelly' 1 2 1 2 G. White 1 3 2 3 B. Tooth . .... 2 3 2 3 EV Cripp^en ... 2 4 3 4 W A. Patterson 2 3 2 3 C. Miller ..... '' 2 4 3 4 w M'Mahon . . 3 4 4 5 J. Girdham ... • 3 5 4 5 F. Wall ..... 3 5, 4 5 P. Caljahan . .. 3 ' 5 .4 5 W Stone- . ..; » » i. w. stone- . . . ; „ J. A. Patterson' „ Jos. Murphy ..' „ J. Leader '
SPORTING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
SPORTING MEMS. (By Musqueton). The A.J.C. lias upheld the Bathurst Turf Club's appeal against the decision of the Western District Racing Association not to grant Bathurst January 26 and 27 as racing dates. A meeting will now be held on those dates, for which £ 430 prize money will be given, che Blaclcdown Handicap absorbing £60, and the Bathurst Cup £100. Trundle races resulted as follows: Opening Handicap—Peruvian 1, St. Ettienne 2, Nuwaree 3. Trial Stakes—Cash 1, Lady Alma 2, Millison 3. Trundle Handicap—Lady Stanmore 1, Nuwaree 2, St. Ettienne /$•. Fourth Race.—Hannah 1, Lord Voyow 2. f Final—Lord Voyow 1, Quereus 2, St. Ettienne 3. Orange second day race results are as follows:— . ' Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Malt Rose, 9.13, 1; Play well, 8.12, 2; jjeroiiite; 8.1, 3. Time, 1.16:4-5. ' Towac Handicap, 6 furlongs.—S. Strickland's Pine Park, 8.13 (Johnson), 1; Glenettie, 8.7, 2; The White Knight, 9.0,' 3. Won comfortably by half a length. Time. 1.18.\x=req-\ Derowie __ Handica...
EUGOWRA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. FOUNDATION STONE LAID BY THE MODERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
eugowra presbyte^s^ church. FOUNDATION STONE LAID THE MODERATOR. Tlie Rev. Robert Kay, M.A., visited Eugowra on Wednesday afternoon, for the purpose of laying the foundation stone of the proposed new churcli there. There was an exceptionally large attendance, representative of all denominations. The Newtown Pipe Band was in attendance, and played several appropriate tunes. The Rev. J. M'Dowell presided, and conducted devotional exercises. He then called upon Mr William Webb to hand to the Moderator a trowel, with the request that he should well and truly lay the foundation stone. The Moderator, in his opening remarks, thanked the executive for asking: him to perform the ceremony. He then delivered an appropriate address, at the close of which he declared the stone to be well and truly laid. An opportunity was then given to those present to lay contributions on the stone. The response was spontaneous and generous. Over twenty pounds was handed in. Mr R. Joyce, of Canowindra, is the c...
FORBES RIFLE CLUB. MAJOR M'DONNELL COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
MAJOR M'DONNELL COMPETITION. ■ A meeting of the committee of the above club took place on 2nd January, when the handicaps for the shooting of the competition fox- the match rifle presented by Major M'Donnell (Commonwealth Military Forces) were allotted. The conditions for this shoot are as follow:—? The competition to extend over a series of 6 individual shoots, viz., 2 shoots at 200 and 300 yards, 2 shoots at 500 and 600 yards, and 2 shoots at 300 and 60 Oyards; the best 4 out of 6 shoots to count as an aggregate. (The 2 shoots at 300 and 600 yards must count in the aggregate, the shoots to be eliminated being either from 200 and 300 yards, and from 500 and 600 yards). Shooters must declare whether they intend to shoot on Wednesdays or Saturdays, and must adhere to the day fixed on, or lose their shoot. The handicap limit is 66 points for 200 and 300 yards, and for 500 and 600 yards, and at 65 points f?»\.the 300 and 600 yards ranges. !ers scoring more than the handicap limit off t...
SECOND TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
SECOND TEST MATCH. The second test match, played in Melbourne, ended on Wednesday in a decisive victory for England by eight wickets. Australia made 184 and 290 (Armstrong 90, Cotter 41. Minnett 34, Hansford 32, Carter 16, Bardsley 16, Kelleway 13). Foster took 6 for 91, and Barnes 3 for 96. Wanting 219 to win, England accomplished the task with eight wickets to spare. Rhodes got 28, Gunn 43, Hobbs 126 not out, Hearne 12 not out. Hordern's bowling average suffered, 66 runs being knocked off him without a wicket. Cotter got 1 for 45, and Whitty 1 for 37. Langford and M'Vea have been matched for a return fight at the Sydney stadium on Anniversary Day. Who will referee? Australia will not witness the fight between Johnson and M'Vea after 'all. Paris promoters have offered such inducements that this great fight will come off in the French capital in June next. The churches, who were gathering all their forces to prevent the fight taking place In Sydney, have thus scored a bloodless vict...
LAST MONDAY'S' SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
LAST MONDAY'S' SHOOTING. Shooting for trophies on Monday at the butts was under good weather conditions. D. Hansard, who shot remarkably well for a young shot, annexed the gola medal presented by Messrs W. Shirvington and H. Beas\x=req-\ ley, whilst Roiand Kelly carried off the second prize, a shaving outfit, presented by Mr S. P. Ford, the third prize, a case of pipes, presented by Captain J. H. Bates, going to that consistent shot A. M'Dougall, with 96 off the rifle. Ammunition prizes of 50 'rounds at each stage were won by J. H. Hassall at 200 yards, J. Fielder at BOO yards, ana D. Hansard at 600 yards. Following are the scores in the trophy shooting: — 200, 300 600 H. T'l D. Hansard . . 29 34 32 9 98 R. Kelly 31 32 28 6 97 A. M'Dougall 32 33 31 scr, 96 A. Miller ... . 32 32 26 scr. 90 W. M'Mahon. 27 28 23 12 90 •T. H. Hassall. . S3 30 26. scr.. 89 W. Boon . 28 30 26 4 88 P.Ford .... 31 25 28 2 86 W. Shirvington 27 32 25 2 86 C. Shirvington 29 26 23 5 83 J. H. Bates . . . — 32 31...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 5 January 1912
FOR SALE. , • : ; Quantity of Boxes and Box-wood. Cheap. Apply "ADVOCATE" OFFICE, j ' SHARE FARMERS; WANTED, SHARE FARMERS to work 300 Acres each; virgin country. Apply A. K. SHANNON, Richlands, Grenfell. NOTICE. OUR STORES ' will CLOSE at 9 p.m. on SATURDAYS till further notice. HUNTER & PHILLIPS. FINAL NOTICE. All Accounts due to me must be paid within 14 Days of the date of this notice, otherwise I will at once take proceedings to recover at law. JAMES WEBB. Sand Hills, Forbes, 2nd January, 1912. ANNUAL STOCK RETURNS. Every Owner or Occupier of LAND, liable to be rated, and every Owner of STOCK, irrespective of the number, inv the Forbes P.P. District, must MAKE A RETURN in the prescribed form, under the Pastures Protection Act, to the undersigned, on or before the • 10th JANUARY, 1912. Penalty for failing to malce such return, £ 20. Return Forms may be obtained from the undersigned, or by personal application at any C.P.S. Office or Police Station in the district. T. LOZ...