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ALCOHOL AS CAUSE OF CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
ALCOHOL AS CAUSE OF CANCER. It is suggested in a report from Ba varia, just published by the Foreign Of fice UN ;i White-paper, from Mr. Buchanan, tho British Consul, that there is a close connection between alcohol and cancer, for a high medical authority in Bavaria declared that most of his patients Buffer ing from cancer aro connected witli tho public house trade, and freely consumo al cohol in somo form or other. The Consul points to tho fact that endeavours made in high as well as even in social-democra tic quarters—both in Berlin and in Mu nich—to propagate tho principles of tem perance, together with tho higher cost of living, aro not without results, as is shown by the steady decrease in tho con sumption of beer. In Munich and in Up per Bavaria the consumption- of beer fur ther decreased in lOlO from 10 to 20 per cent., whilst that of cider, for instance, has go no up by leaps ami bounds. Of ficial statistics give tho annual consump tion of beer per head of population at 50....
The Trans-Continental Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
The Trans-Continental Railway. Mr. Fisher, in an interview in Sydney on Wednesday, mule it quite clear that the Federal Government is not likely to shift from the position it has taken up in regard to the gauge for the transcontin ental railway. " We are (joins to push on wit'* the work," lie said, "and on the gauge decided in the bill. The first sod will be turned about April or May. I am hopeful that there will be a considerable length of line laid down during this year, but (lie total construction will occupy about three or four years. The uniform gauge will come all right by that lime. You must not spring new ideas too sud denly on some people I think that, in the end, they will have to biing their gauges to 4ft. 8}in."
HEALTH VALUE OF HEAT AND WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
HEALTH VALUE OF HEAT AND WATER. Seeming to have Jia'l some uncommon oxperienco in the medicinal uses of heat and water, the; writer of this articlo thinks others may be interested and bene fited by tho experience. A few years ago he was in a low state of health," not bed ridden, but weak and dull, and afflicted with boils and carbuncles, without a good appetito for food, and not able to accom plish much, either in muscular or in men tal work. While considering, seriously, the matter of consulting a physician, it occurred to him, somehow, to try drinking a largo quantity of warm water at a time, nearly tilling the stomach with it when there was no food in the stomach. He had practised lrequontly Hushing of the large intestine tor some time, but without so much bene fit as he expected. In the morning, as soon as the water was warm in the tea kettle, he measured out a quart and drank it. During the rest of the day ho did not drink more than usual. The next morn ing ho drank a full quar...
THE "SIXTH SENSE." [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
TEE "SIXTH SENSE." The reported quest of a. "sixth sense" Is not the first attempt of the sort; for about five years ago, Prof. Watson, of t!io University of Chicago, performed an oper ation that excited the interest of the modicnl world. Tho subject of the experiment was a rat, anil by means of vivisection he destroyed tho livo senses of the rat without killing' it. Tho animal was then turned loose, and It found its v.-ay to food. This, Prof. Watson claimed, proved the existence of a sixth sense, which he believed to bo common to both men and animals. He called It the "Sense of Direction." And much earlier, Prof. Alex. Bain, of tho University of Aberdeen, %vrote: "The toolings connected with movements of the body or actions of the muscles have come to bo recognised as'# distinct class, and, by soma metaphysicians, as proceeding from a sixth or muscular sense."
Sydney Sporting Letter. "The Looker-on Sees most of the game." THE TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
Sydney Sporting Letter. 15Y .LOOKER OX. "The looker-on Sees most, of the game." THE Tl'JU\ Ou Anniversary Friday, at Rand wick, Bectivo, (St. Alwyno—-Haze brig), tin; unplaced favorito of the Challenge. Stakes, Of., on tlvc; prev ious Saturday, won the Flying Han dicap Ofur., from Unlimited Loo, Manchester, and four others;, includ ing the 2 to 1 favorite. Appearance, ■"'ho had also been boomed and backed for, and run unplaced in the Challenge. In contrast to his Challenge display, Bective this time was quick out of lho barrier, and, running first, or second to the distance, got home in 1.13 »± with 7-11 up, or 21b. less than he car ried oo the first, day. lie was one of three backed at 5's. The Birkenhead—Isolt filly, loli scored again in the Novice mile, starling, 5 to 4 favorite in a field of seven, and winning easily from two other 3-year-olds in Boy Blue (True Blue—Gala) and J. C. Wil liamson's Sir Hiram (Machine Gun— •Maximize). Odist, winner of the Corinthian mile (at 5 to 4 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
The SVIost Patient People 3lust .Show Annoyance at Time*. Everybody lias their liour ot trouble-. » Bin. people having any irritattion of the skin Have many hours of trouble . Nothing so annoying, nothing so irri Lating-. It'H a hard and trying position. Leave it alone, and you can hard ly bear it. Relief and euro have come at last. People have put it to the test. Doar.'s Ointment cures skin dis ease. People arc learning that this is so. Itero is a csae in point, Mrs. Le Brook, corner of Farrand and Grenfell Streets, Forbes, says: — "Thirteen years ago I told you that Doan's Ointitient had cured Mr. Le Brook of a skin complaint, and gave you permission to publish this l'act for the benefit of other sufferers. I en 11 now add the important fact that the cure has proved permanent, lie has never been troubled with the ailment since. The complaint was on his leg, and caused great pain and irritation, but Doan's Ointment permanently banished the trouble. Thirteen years is a good test, an...
Pigeon Shooting at Bathurst. FORBES GUNNERS VICTORIOUS. ANOTHER MATCH PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
Pigeon Shooting at Bathurst. 0.. FORBES GUNNERS VICTORIOUS. ANOTHER MATCH PROPOSED. Forbes Gun Club defeated Bathurst Gun Club by three birds in a match which was shot off at the Bathurst Gun Club'j grounds on Tuesday afternoon. The con ditions were seven men aside, seven birds each, from the 25 yards mark. Scores:-, Forbes. M. Martel, 2111112—7. W. Myring, 1212111—7. Laneyrie (capt.), 22IIIIO.—6 J. Burns, 1212021—6. D. I-Iutkelt, 1121012—6. A. Marlin, H0I02I— 5. Total, 37. Bathurst. E. Mcintosh, I mm—7. A. Cutler, mini—7. " Raglan," 1011211—6. J. Caipenter, 10121II—6. "Cosmos/1 1110201—5. J. Lupp (capt.), oioioio—3. Total, 34. The Forbes visitors were entertained ai night at a dinner at Ilowden's ■ Hole! During the proceedings. Mr. Laneyrie,0: behalf of the Forbes club, issued : challenge for another match, iOmenasidi £5 or £10 each. Mr. J. J. Sullivan, presi dent of the Bathurst club, afterward callcd at the ofiicc of " The Nation: Advocate " and acccpted the challenge0 behalf of ...
The Markets. SYDNEY WOOL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
The Markets. . SYDNEY WOOL MARK1STS. j The Co-operative Wool and Produci Co , Ltd., report that at their. last sal: keen competition was in evidence for a! well grown wools, when very satisfacton figures were obtained. Wasty and hurt] lines were at times irregular. The Pastoral Finance Association Ltd report that at their last sale they offere: 5,627 bales. They experienced a strosj market for all lines, while the demand to particularly keen for tiie wools showiis fine quality. Representatives of tk German and Japanese sections of the buj ing power wete again very active, secui ing the bulk of the super qualities. Tlit; obtained many highly satisfactory prices the principal being 15^1 for IiMM conj • B/New England from Armidale, th; highest price obtained since the Xmas re cess. For other leading lines they ob tained from I2d to 14-id per lb. Messrs. Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Albury report having held a very successful saleo store sheep on the 25th Ja'nuary, wht: 38,61)0 were yarded in ...
The Forbes Times SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1912 COLONEL RYRIE ON MR. HOLMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
The Forbes Times SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, CObONEI, JiYKIK OX -MIt. HOL M.\X. Some of the surplus enthusiasm ill the cause of politics, as repre sented in this instance by a patri otic lervour which is in itself com mendable, was manifested at the Anniversary Day celebrations in Sydn&lt;-. on 2Gt.h January. The ut terance of that gallant soldier pol itician '.Colonel Hvrie, who recently attained to Federal Parliamentary representation, was the main cen tre of the excitement and small measure of controversy that, has fol lowed. Colonel Ryrie aimed his attae'i at. Mr. Holman in particular, and secondarily at Mr. Griffith. Both ot these gentlemen, of course, are leading members of t.lie New South Wales cabinet, and the point of the allegation was that they are using their high and hon orable positions to serve the rep rehensible end of fostering disloy alty to the empire, thus following Hp the spirit which it is said prompted their support of the Boers in the South African War of...
Religious Services PRESBYTERLAN SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
Religious Services r rK'KSBYTKKJAN SKKVICI:S. Sunday, February - Forbes, .11 a.m. Forbes, S p.111. Meadrwbiink, 11 a.m. ICugowra, 2."0 p.m. Rev. .T. .McDowell. MKTHODIST CHI/lU'lf. Sunday, February Hit Forbes, 11 a.m. Daroohalgie, ".15 p.m. Forbes, 7.30 p.m Rev. A.W. Parton. S.\IA ATIOX AUMV. Forbes— > v 3 p.m. Each Sunday, at 7 a.m., 11 a.m.,, 3 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Each Friday, at S p.m. Captain Andenoi Lieutenant Cole..
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
LOCAL ITEMS. The monthly meeting of the Jemalong Shire Council is to be held at the Shire Chambers to clay ^Saturday). At 2 30 p tn. a special meeting will be held for the purpose of electing a presi dent for the ensuing year, Councillor Brown's term of oflicc being about at an end. The Policc Magistrate. Mr. J. Jamieson, at the Police Court yesterday morning granted a hawker's foot liccnsc to Albert Edwin Bull. ~ HOYS AM) MUX'S &lt;'U)TIU.\&lt;;, HATS AND SU1UTS AT MANSO.VS SAbK. It is reported that work has already been commenced at the Stockinbingal end of the new railway line to link up that place with Forbes. Also that the per manent survey of the Parkes to Peak Hill line is Hearing completion. j Mr. W. Thompson, who has been post I master at Bogan Gate for the past seven j years has received notice of his removal : to Concord West, near Sydney- His suc cessor is Mr. R. H. Price,of Illabo. The rainfall for January, 1912, in Forbes registered only 83 points, as a...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Ml/MCllWl, COl'NC'JI'. The fortnightly meeting ot the i'oidcs Municipal Council was convened for Tues day night, 1 ut lapsed owing to the in sufficient attendance. ^ t 8 o'clock there were present only the Mayor (Alderman Edwards>, and Aldermen Reymond and J1 am. It was decided that the meeting should stand adjourned until next Tuesday night. MAKE KING ('LEAKING SALE. Particulars appear in this issue of the clearing out sale at Mr. Hugh Gilmartin's. Messrs. Edward Weaver and Co. will sell at Matekingstation on Monday, February 19, at 11 a.m., the whole of the household furniture and effects, live draught mares, one marc with foal at foot, one draught gelding, two tanks of 1000 gallons, a stack of clean hay. as well as a quantity of machinery. The principal lines are listed i;i the advertisement, which will be read with interest and profit by possible pur chasers. SMART MILLlNEltY AND COST I'MEtt AT MANSON'S SALE. SALK AT "CASH-MERE." A clearing out sale of Mr. ...
LET THE EMINENT VIENNA OPTICIAN TEST YOUR SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
IjliT THE EMINENT VIENNA OP TICIAN TEST VOUli .SIGHT. At the very first signs of failing or defective vision you should liave your eyes attended to without de lay. Air. Basser, the eminent Vi enna Ophthalmic Optician, will he in this town on the (late mention ed below, when your eyes may be scientifically and skilfully tested free of charge, and suitable glass es supplied if necessary. This gen lieman has secured high credent ials, by examination in the leading Optical Institutes of Vienna, Berlin, bresden, London, and New York. Me is also a qualified Master of the British Optical Association. Mr. Iiasser may be consulted in person at tlie Albion Hotel, Forbes, on Tuesday, March Oth. Mr. Bas s-er's permanent address i-* ^"'lis House, Sydney.
Budgerabong Bicycle Club. From a correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
Budgerabong Bicycle Club. From a correspondent. The committee of the above club held their monthly melting at Mr E. J. Smith's residence on Tuesday, January 23rd. It was decided that the postponed annual sports be set down for Easter Monday, April 8th, to be followed by the club's ball at night. Entries for the two princi pal cycle races closc with the secretary on Saturday, March 30th. The secretary was authorised to obtain permission to make a charge for admission to the grounds, and he was also instructed to have 5P._B>"0 grammes printed for distribution
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
A Famous Fixture. Anthony Horclern and Sons' three week sale started on January 29th, and endso:j Saturday, February 17th. The Big Brii j field Hill firm of universal providers an- |V. nounce that genuine reductions are mad; in each of the fifty departments that coil' stitute the New Palace Emporium. firm's reputation for fair trading an:"; honest dealing stands behind the statcmc; in the sale catalogue that tens ot thous-: ands of separate lines, making over half-!; million big bargains, have been substanli' i ally reduced in price. The sale list, copiff • of which will be posted free on application' sets out in its 300 pages a selection of tin1 world's choicest commodities, and show at a glance the regular price and the salt price of the various article:! reduced Early application for the book is advisab!; in order that a suitable selection may 1>: j made from the galaxy of attractions ' Write to Anthony Hordern and Sow New Palace Emporium, Brickfield Hit _ Sydney, and a copy w...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 3 February 1912
MARRIAGE MEMORIES. What the father says: Which side must I stand on when I give her away? What the mother says: I am sure the ices will be late for the breakfast. What the sister says: I flatter myself I am the best-looking of the eight brides- maids. &nbsp; What the crowd says: Hooray! That's 'er. Oh, ain't 'e a guy! What the old friend of the family says: I have known him, too, since he was so high. That was nigh upon 40 years ago. What the best man says: Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking. What the bride says: Good-bye, my own darling mamma and papa and — Emmy dear, please do see the things are all right before we start. What the bridegroom says: Thank good- ness, it is all over.
Messrs Summers & Peppercorn's Garage. OPENING THE NEW PLANT. Co[?]emorative Banquet and Congratulatory Speeches. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
Messrs Summers & Pep percorn's Garage. OJ-KM.V; TH10 \K\V i'LA.NT. imimoinorativo 5!nii&lt;iuet. ami Con gratulatory .Speeches. There are probably l'cw instances on record in Forbes of a business starting absolutely without connect ion and with practically nothing in the way of outfit, or plant making such rapid progress towards tlu; building up of a sound concern, will one of the most complete and up-to date plants for (lie conduct of their operations as has been shown by Messrs Summers & Pcpperson, the motor repair experts and general en gineers, of Kankin-street. The two members of the firm came to Forbes a little (Tver nine months ago with a small kit of tools that was car ried with them, and their first job in the town was the carrying out of repairs to Mr. J. W. Broughton's motor car. The work was done in Mr. Brougliton's back yard, because the workmen had no place to whicli they could take the car to have it in their own care. This beginn ing was the h...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
CRICKET. On Saturday last the Gunning cricket ers met Central Forbes on the local ground, in the third round of the competition, and the match resulted in a draw. Forbes scored 247, while Gunning scored 127 for the loss of 5 wickets. Scores are appen ded Forbes—First Innings. F. Sly, b T. Martin 16 V Elliott, c Broderick. b T. Martin ... 41 F. Farrand, h.o.w., b T. Martin ... 4 C. Gaggin, h.o.w., b Rowley 3 O. Elliott, csub., b Rowley 57 C. Madden, 1 b.w., b Rowley 13 J. Hys'op, b Rowley 10 F. Gaggin, b P. Broderick Go A. D Stevenson, c W. Broderick, b P. Broderick 31 C. Hunter, not out 2 — M acPhcc, b P. Broderick 0 Sundries 10 Total 247 Bowling : Rowley, 4 for 58; T. Martin, 3 for 85; J. Rogers, 0 lor 22 ; S. Mallet, 0 j for 15 ; W. Martin, o for 29; P. Broderick, 3 for 19; G. King, 0 for 7. Gunning-First Innings. J T.Martin, c and b F. Farrand ... 33 S. Mallei, c O. Elliott, b V. Elliott ... .R Rowley, b V. Elliott 29 G. King, not out 21 VV. Martin, tun out XI P. Broderick, e Ell...