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The Late Mr Patrick Byrnes [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

The Late Mr Patrick Byrnes The death of the familiarly known "l'atldy," Byrnes, under sad circum stances brought a thrill of sorrow to Ills many friends and relatives (says the Condobolin "Lachlander.". Last Wednesday while drafting some stock at Booberoi station, where he was employed, his horse fell over a beast, coming down lieav upcn the rider, breaking his leg and causing internal injuries. He was brought at once to Condobolin Hospital, where notwithstanding tiie best attention and treatment and the medical skill of Drs .Kearney and'Boazman (who held a consulta tion) he: succumbed on Saturday af ternoon;-I-Ie was buried next day in the Catholic portion of the local cemetery, the Rev. Fattier Howard officiating, and there was a large gathering of people to pay their last tribute of respect. Deceased, who was close on GO years of age, was born at Brotherony, and grew to fine proportions, stalwart and fear loss in character, which led to his being renowned in feats of horse manshi...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

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Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

OV£ A MAM OOHFORT Eve.y time—and all the time. When a man buys footwear, depend on it he'll go " nap" on comfort. He doesn't overlook smartness and qual ity—neither does he forget the economy side of the question. Our eiock of Men's Boots and Shoes are made to suit men in this particular—even the most particular men. Come in and tee our selection we'll give you the most com fortable lilting footwear that ever you put on your feet. Quality footwear—mind you—always. • • . Every foot fitted at pricud tint tit the purse. J Yours to Boot, FOHHEf,

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMART MILLINERY AND COSTUMES AT MANSON'S SALE. THE CLEAVER FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

KM A 1 tT MII/1J.NKKV ASI> COST l'MKS AT M.WSON'S SAI-K. TWO CUOAVKIt I'WMIIiV. On Monday night last, the Cleaver family staged their programme to a fairly good audience in the Town Hall Mr. Wallace Cleaver, the cornet soloist, played two solos, and was encored on both occasions. Mr. Will Speed, the clever bicycl-: performer, pleased the audience with the tricks he did on his bicycle Mr Norman Cleaver the premier acrobatic comic, rendered a couple of comic songs and his tumbling was cncored both times he came out. The programme concludea by the company staging (he last two scenes of " East Lytine."

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jemalong Shire President. COUNCILLOR SL[?] ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

Jemalong Shire President! couxciijum si,v klkctkd. A special general meeting or liio Jewnlong Shire Council was held on Saturday afternoon, subsequent to the regular monthly meeting, for the purpose of electing a president for the ensuing year, to take office from 1st .March. The retiring pre sident, Cr. Brown, was in the chair, and there was a full board of councillors present with the except ion of Cr. Heaney, who is on pro longed leave. The president said he. had only received one written nomination for the position, (ha:, of Or. \V. J I. Sly, who was proposed by himself and se conded by Or. .\oakes. In formally proposing the election of Cr. Sly, President Brown said it gave him very much pleasure to do so. He had boen president for a term before, when lie had worked faithfully and well. With the great er experience lie had since obtained Cr. Sly would doubtless do even bet ter than last time. Cr. Noakes, in seconding the nomi nation, said he felt, confident, that by the careful ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEETINGS, TABLE DAMASKS CALICOES, AT MANSON'S SALE. A SULKY ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

SHEETINGS, TAHLK DAMASKS CAUCOKS, AT M.WSOVS SALE. A SL'I-KV OX KIKK. A very unusual accident was expert cnced on Monday afternoon by Mr. H. E. Brooke when out driving on the New Gren fell road, about ten miles from town, in company with Mr. Moss, of Parkes. They were driving back to Forbes after the delivery of a flock of sheep, and for some distance along the road were conscious of the presence of smoke. But its location was not determined until the rear part of their sulicy—a pole one, with two horses attached—broke into flames. The fire evidently comnunced in the tray of the trap, though its cause could not be ascer tained Before it could be extinguished considerable damage was done to the vehi cle, and a macintosh coat and rug and a pair of lamp; were destroyed. Some trouble was experienced with the horses, | but Mr. Brooke managed to keep them under control and eventually freed th-m from the burning vehicle. The accident served to illustrate the truth that there is virtue in m...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

SVlusica! Notice. 5V3ISS HARPER, — Teacher of the Pianoforte — Resumes Work an February 12 Arbitration Case, Rural Vtforkers' Union. Versus The Rural Employers. A MEETING ui'ihc Forbes Uranch of the Farmers & Settlers' Association will be held at the SHIRE HALL, FORBES, Saturday, February 10, At 3 p.m , to which all employees of rural workers are invited, to consider the best menus of assisting in the pending Arbitration Case, in which the Fanners & Settlers Associa tion of N.S.W. is cited as part defendant. It is the desire of the Association to see that a reasonable and just decision shall eventuate. M. J. SMITH, lien. Sec. ■ 1—~~—' - "k" i h)a|s-- Freezing Go., LIMITED. "-3&1S Kiwaing Works at Daroobal Sio have li^eii re-opened after tUe Chr"u;t;nii.!! v'acation, and the Plant is h) Ft.'I! Working Order. F.vo'.yl'.liiij ready for the prompt -ukp ..f-Stock. UeU riiB obtained for Frozen AIii(tot' and Lambs oil London ,\lar kut . Ic.o in Large or Small Quanti...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LET THE EMINENT VIENNA OPTICIAN TEST YOUR SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

LEX Tiro NMJNNNT YIHXXA Ol TICIAX l'JCST VOIR SHiHT. At the very first sijnis of failing or defective vision you should have your eyes attended to without de lay. Mr. Basser, the eminent. Yi enna Ophthalmic Optician, will be in this town on the dale mention- j ed below, when your oves may he ! scientifically and .skilfully tested j ree of charge, and suitable glass .•s supplied if necessary. This gen i.iein.Mi lias secured high credent ials, by examination in the leading Optical Institutes of Vienna, Berlin, Urcsden, London, and New York. He i." also a qualified Muster of the British. Optical Association. Mr. lii.sser may be consulted in person it the Albion ilotel, Forbes, on Tuesday, March 5th. Mr. Bas her's permanent address i-« fl-use, Sydney.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPPORT FOR STRIKERS. TRIBUTIONS BY SYDNEY UNIONS. Mr. Fisher Becoming Unpopular. Public Services Resuming. Sydney, Tuesday afternon. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

JiUI'L'OJtT I'OK SXKIKEKS. XKIJJITIONS 11V SYDNEY UN IONS. Pibhci' Becoming Unpopular. l'ublic Services Kesuming. Sydney, Tuesday aCteniou. Mr. Collins, a member of the Queensland Parliament, who is at present in Sydney, stated to-day that money is coming in l'reely from Sydney unions for the support. of the strikers in Brisbane. The A.W.U. has voted £1000. News from Brisbane states that the city has resumed its normal business conditions, but the activity of tho police has not relaxed. The number of special foot con stables enrolled is 2770. The Pol ice Commissioner's office has been besieged by specials offering their services. Owing to the shortage of police at Rockhampton a contingent of picked special constables is being sent to that city from Brisbane. News from Wide Bay, the head quarters of Mr. Fisher's Federal electorate, states t hat. the Prime Minister, because of his inaction in regard to the strike, is becoming very unpopular . Tho trains are running in Bris bane this m...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANSON'S SPECIAL STOCKTAKING SALE CONTINUES FOR THREE WEEKS. THE NEW HOSPITAL COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

MAXSOX'S SIMX'JAI, STOCKTAK JX(i S A 1,14 COXTIXl'KS' FOK tiiui'k wkkkk. TDK MOW IIOSIMT.U, COM.M ITTKIi The adjourned annual meeting of sub scribers to the Forbes District Hospital was held in the council chanibcrs on Mon thly night, for the purpose of receiving further nominations for the general com mittee of management for the ensuing year. The president, Mr. G. F.Cochrane, was in the chair, and about a dozen sub scribers were in attendance. The chair man announced that just sufficient nomi nations (151 had been received to constitute he committee, and on the motion of Messrs. Tuohey and Gorman the following vere declared electedMessrs. G. F. • Cochrane, E. J. Grinsted, H. R. Double day, J. II Hassall, G Gorman, J. Edwards, R. E. B. Reymond, J. \V. Mills, J. Harris, G. S. Shelton, J. J. Walsh, U. Burton, F. W, Stone, J. Donaghey and E. T. Blanche Mr. Gorman saici that as he would shortly ie leaving the town he would not be long on the committee, but he wished to point out that t...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brisbane Upheaval. A.W.U. MEN JOIN STRIKERS. LOYAL RAILWAY STAFF. STRIKE BREAKING OF OWN WEIGHT. (Our Special Message). Sydney, Tuesday.. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

A.W.U. Mi;\ JOIN S'CIMKKK.S. IjOVA L KAIIAV.VV STAFF. STRIKE BREAKING OF OWN WK1GHT. (Our Special Message).. Sydney, Tuesday.. The Brisbane strike is becoming xnore serious every day. At a meeting of the Mackay branch of the A.W.U. held last night it was decided to go 011 strike to-day. The strike will in clude carters, mill and otliej coun try hands . Kngiue drivers, butchers and bakers are to meet to-night to de cide whother they will join in the strike or not. The staff at the Aluckay "Mer cury" gave notice that they would cease work at midnight on Monday, '.'he trams ran in Brisbane yes Jay up to dark, and then they \e withdrawn. jho Chief Commissioner of Rail w: (s states that his department had r- immended tho running of gooclf} 11 its. The state h:wl remained re markably loyal. '■ le general opinion last night w;u; that the striko had broken' (!(.'» .1 by its own weight.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOYS AND MEN'S CLOTHING, HATS AND SHIRTS AT MANSON'S SALE. THE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

150YS ANI) MUX'S CLOTHING, IATS AXI) SHIRTS AT MANSON'S i.VLli. THK MKTHOIHST CHUKOH. At the morning service at the Methodist 'hurch oa Sunday, Rev. A. W. Parton lnnounced the receipt of a circular letter issued from the fourtl: Ecumenical Metho dist conference held at Toronto, Canada, in October of last year, to be read in all the Methodist churches throughout the world on the first Sunday in February of this year. He proceeded to read the letter, in place of the customary sermon. The document was one of greeting to the members of the church from the con ference, and it set iorth at length tke pre sent position and future prospects of Methodism, taking "its place in the very •jcntre of the progressive movement of Christian history," It was pointed out that "success in evangelising the world and in transforming its civilisation will lepend upon our maintaining a prophetic witness to the meaning of the Christian Spirit in the vast range of its governing principles and ideals." In a p...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Condobolin [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

Condobolin The Condobolin Jockey Club held a racf meeting for the benefit of the local hospi tal on Wednesday last in warm weaUvr, but there was a fair attendance. Results Nurses' Handicap.- 6 fur. G. Tolluirst's Ocean, '/. 10 (Clancy) ... i J. Power's Philomena, 7 I3 (A. Mc Dnnald) ... J. Crook's Silver Wattle, 7.12 (William son) ... ... ... ... j Seven starters. Time, 1.20. Contributors' Handicap.—7 !«»'■ J. Kearney's St. Etienne, 7.8 (Clancy.)... ; J. Williamson's Lord Voyou, 70/VV. Eades)... ... ... ... * J. Crooke's Claude Loftus, 9.9 (0. (Crooke) ... ... ... 3 Three starters. Time, 1.33. President's Handicap.-—6 fur. S. Clifton's Lady Narong, 8 7 (Eades) 1 W. Magill's Nymbia, 9 5 (U. Crooke)... 2 G. Tolhurst's Definite, 7.12 (Clancy) ... 3 Four starters, Time, 1.20. Hospital Handicap — im. Boyd*. J. Kearney's St. Etienne, 8.4, inch 7lb penalty (Siinmonds) ... .. I J. Williamson's Lord Voyou, 7.3 (Davenish) ... ... ... 2 J. Crooke's Claude Loftus, 9.I2 (C. Crooke) ... .. ... 3 ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

Religious Services I 'J JKSBYTKIt! A N SI Jli YlCJiS. Sunday, February lllli. Forbes, 11 a.m. Daroobalgic, ;>.lu p.m. Forbes, S p.m. Harvest thanksgiving, morning anil evening. Rev. J. McDowell. .MKTHOJHST CHUllC'H. Sunday, February lltli. Forbes, 11 a.m. Forbes, 7.SO p.ill Air. A. Collins, l'arkcs. Bogan Gate. 11 a.m. Trundle, ;i p.m. Trundle. 7.SO p.m. Uev. A.W. I'arton. BA1AWTIOX AHMY. Forbes— " p.m. Kacli Sunday, at 7 a.m., 11 a.m.,, S p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Kaeli Friday, at S p.m. Captain Anderso) Lieutenant. Cole.. Kstd 1 SSa, Ti;t.. S!). W. E. LUTHJE, —THK LKADIXG — Funeral Director, Llankin street, Forbes. (A CARD.I Day and Ni.suit Telephone 103. «» awtsm Funeral Director. Rankm-street, FORBES. C?- An Up-to-dati MOURNING CARRIAGE at Patrons' service.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

"W. £. |fC@©res ffteolke & €©„, LAND & STOCK SALESMEN, FORBES, Have the following," CBGJCE ESTATES on offer : — 4.—3J^ Miles from Peak Milt; Fine Wheal. Kami, 2560 acres, 700 acres cleared for the plough, netted, good homestead. Low price for a quick Sale. 12.—In Forbes District, 3 J j miles from Railway Station, wheat farm, 1790 acres Freehold, splendidly improved, iooo acres cleared for the plough ; one of the very best and most highly improved properties in this favoured district'. Attractive Price. 14—Highly attractive cutting up property, suitable for wheat farms; 8 miles from railway at Forbes ; well improved; about 3000 acres cleared for the plough . oi't of an area of 7,500 aces. Price reasonnn . " ' e. 27.—Ueauiii'ul l'aiin uf 2560 acres, alongside the route to be traversed by the Forbcs-Slockinbingal line ; nothing better offering for mi.ved fanning; large area beautiful red laud, while portion of the property con=ists of rich fattening myall flats ; no mon...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. BURRAWANG LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

LOCAL AND GENERAL. lU l!l!A\VA.N(i LAXI) SALIO. Messrs. Thos. Edols and Company, Limited, report having sold to Mr. G. G Moloney, of Habei field, the balance of their subdivision area, compiising eight blocks containing 7824acres. This sale completes the snbdivision area offered, the total number of acres sold being 30,496 *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAY'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

- TO-DAY'S MARKETS. .:v>'^oiday's.i.-.riiii.i,ket quotations are: Wlieat- 3s';Scl to 3s -9%a; chick wlieat at auction 2s 10(1 to 3s S3/id, chaff, wheaten, 4s Gd to Gs; oaten, 5s to 5s 9d. Cliaff from Ryan, .Forbes, sold at 5s Gd, while two 'trucks were passed in at 5s 3d. The steamer 1-Iornelen arrived in ^Sydney this morning, dismasted.. It encountered a fierce hurricane, in which the starboard bulwarks were smashed aiul one life boat was broken. London, Tuesday. Gray and Stevenson have com menced their final billiard match. The scores at the end of play last night wore :—Stevenson, in play, 1234, Gray !K!1. The King and Queen have return ed to London from their Indian trip, and had a most enthusiastic recoption. They passed through Lhe Commonwealth Arch in Victor ia-street, with six pillars represent ing' each of the States, supported by the Commonwealth coat of arms. There was a panel with the words inscribed on it, "Australia hopes to see her King- and Queen." This attracted ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLAND v. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

ENGLAND v. VICTORIA. - The cricket match between Eng land .and: Victoria was resumed in Melbourne to-day; The Victorians continued their second innings. At the luncheon hour they had lost eight wickets foi' 246 runs, McKen zio being 78 and Armstrong 94 not out.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-day's Telegrams. Sydney, Tuesday. MR. BEKBY AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

Sydney, Tuosdaj MR, BEKBY AT BBAYNEY. Mr. Beeby, Minister for Lands, speaking at Blayney last night, re ferring to llio importance of having State ironworks, said that the Federal Government in 13 months' iinio would be big buyers of iron and steel. .Experience had shown the danger of having these great, industries in the hands of private; enterprise, which only worked for dividends, Mr. Ueeby said the Government intended to push on the redistribu tion oL" electorates so that the now rolls might bo collected and the necessary machinery got into order for next election. Boforc the elections look place certain vitally important, legislation would be sub mitted to Parliament, and I lie new land bill would be pushed through, and three new forms of tenure pro vided for, based on the perpetual lease principle. The homestead forms of selection would provide for the leasing of areas on a basis of two and a half per cent, on the "ii improved capital value, with ik ren tal for tlio first five...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
W.D.R.A. Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912

W.D.R.A. Race Meeting. Tlie following weights have I cum declared fur I he two principal evonls in connection with I lie above meelinf;, to be liuld on Fri day iiiid Saturday next, Dili an lOlli Febru ary re publicans' l'uisi!.—Orsile !l (i, Dravo Heart M.K. ti.2, Vanillic 7 115, La I'atrie 7 1 —, Yeronilo 7.S, Ainileorn ~-o, I'laylield 7.3, Nellie ti.7, Urowu Princctid (i 7, M.izanul 7-0. Wellington lfundiiap.—Tl.c Acolyte 0.1—, Orsilo tl.6, M.K. 8.0, .Santiago 7.1!), Lady Rice 7.1!!, La 1'atrie 7.1U, Alice 7 !), Amil eoni 7.!>, U 1-, While Knight 0.7, f-itruthke U.7. At the Condobolin races last week Mr. A. J. Raymond's St. Eticnne, by Rice from Brownie, won the three principal ! events at the meeting. >

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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