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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

THE ROSES 0F LIFE. How tliey may Bloom in -£he Aiiasmic Cheeks of Women. A REMEDY OF IIAHE AND REMARKABLE POWER, A healthy woman is a valuable asset to hT country; she has much to do ■Rrlth its progress and national life; she Is capable of much towards the expan sion of its prosperity. A siclt, weak, unhealthy woman is a burden upon lie! irienils and her purse. Whore women are anaemic, run-down, weary of life, with listless, pallid cheeks, Clements Tonic soon restores tho blood-tints to those cheeks; it. puri fies .and enriches the blond, increase;! the ftppcNte, and strengthens and regulates the heart. Persons who are unable to follow busi noss duties, easily tired, with imper fect. vision, poor appetite, bad nerves, melancholic thoughts and bad memory, suffer more or less from debility, and th.*v should use this great remedy. MRS. CAROLINE SADLER, t of Charito.v street, Wickham, Newcastle, who was dangerously ill for ma"" years, relates how she was cured by (ements Tonic after a p...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

HOME BUSH PAT STOCK SA.LKS. i3TY PAT & Fat PItOCE JsS "^T 3D) 333 T§T 9 STOIII3 STOCK SALHSMKN. STOCK & STATION AG 10NTS. Sheep iind Cattle at Kleiningioii on Moiiilriays imd Tliurndajs. !EDS DAY AFTER SALK. SPU3NDID RESTING. PADDOCKS ADJACENT TO THIS MOMEBUSH sale YARDS. A.MI'JjIO water. - - lUiIVIAIUjli men. ■ssigsrgaasrzaaa XANCVli Oil, HXGl'A'ISS. Full particolaim ox application to— - W* 8. ® Forbes Ageuta for Dalgety & Co'b. Machinery Department

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

EY HOUSEWIFE. Ii ill your housekeeping experience 70a have fouml out certain things that will be of benefit to others, write me about tlie.-m Cenoose Pastry. Ij'our ounces of butter, four ounces of castor sugar, four ounces of flour, three eggs, vanilla flavouring (or lemon peel), und half a teaspoon John Bull Baking Powder; • Put tlio butter into a warm basin, and beat it with a wooden spoon until it is quite soft; then add tho flavouring and tho'castor sugar by degrees,; and continue to beat tho iTiixturo until it is white and like cream m- appearance., Add 0110 egg and the third of the flour, and beat lightly and thoroughly until well blend ; ed with, tliq: butter ana>sugi>r ; when ! tliis is .blushed add the second egg and . more ilotu- in. tho. sauto way; then tlio third ogff •.••and the ro.^ ol: the fiour. Stir in uio baking-powder Iighily,. and turn the mixture into a tlim tnv which has been -well buttcrod and dusted with tWur.'and castor sugar. The ■ abovo pasto is tho...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

WOOLCROWINC IS YOUR BUSINESS '.WOOLSSiXittC i® OURS. Wo are as,keen to please you, as you arc to top the market. Wo devote ail our time and energy to the selling of pastoral productsand our clients get the benefit of a lit', time of experience in this special work. The satisfaction of each Individual Client has been our stepping stone to succkss. Under Original Management: & vi isfiicflmiEsf, Cars n, LI 48 BricJge %t., Sydney. ™l Ittflifstti You can always rely on this by Consigning to r p *J W ii'fi M, SYDNEY. If §©1 . I Co )t sign. your. WOOL to Goldsbrough, Mort & Go., LIMITED, AGENTS for the Forbes District; w. r. & go. WAYSS;-LS ALWAYS :Qf& H&8SD. • NEW WHEAT. TO WHS AT QKOlfEKS : If you have not secured the best prices in the past, write to LINDLEY WALKED.# CO., ESARK LAME, SYDHSV, Segarding your new crop. They are admittedly the leading Wheat Salesmen ot the rtate, with the biggest local and shipping connection. Free storage and liberal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

IjEJL' THE EMr.V5J.\T VIENNA OP TIC1AX TEST YOLK SIGHT. At the very first signs of failing or defective vision you should have your eyes attended to without de lay. Mr. Basser, t.lic eminent Vi enna Ophthalmic Optician, will bo in this town on Tuesday, January "3rd, ID 12, when your eyes may be scientifically and skilfully teeted free of cluivfje, and suitable gl&sa fti supplied if necossary. This geu lloiuun has secured high credent ials, by examination in the leading Optical Institutes of Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London, and Is"eiv York. He 1:< also a qualified Master of the British Optical Association. Mr. ritisser may be consulted in persoa at the Albion Hotel, Forbes, on Tuesday," January 23rd. Mr. Bas E-or'ii permanent address is Cballis House, Sydney.*

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pars About People. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Pars About People. Probably the most, valuable violin in the world is possessed by Herr Frit/, Kreisler, wl.ose recent con cert at Queen's Hall, London, arous ed much . interest and enthusiasm. 11 belonged to Mr. George Hart, the well-known connoisseur, and Mr. Kreisier paid £2,000 for it. It is not only a genuine Guarnarius, but in other ways is a, vemavkaule in strument. On the tail-piece the makei's initials and the date (.1737) appear in diamonds, the pegs and buttons are set with diamonds and rubies, while the case alone is worth , £200, bciuK ol' solid silver, overlaid with tortoise-shell, and decorated with arabesque and other ornamen liitioiiB. Ex-Senator Depew, United States, at a recent dinner, told the follow ing f.tory on himself: "I have re ceived many compliments on my skill at, aCter-diuncv speaking, but tno nuivest compliment of all came from an up-State farmer. 'Senator,' said he, 'you might have typhoid and recover, you might have pneu monia and recover, and you mi...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

has NOT joined the Selling Brokers' Association uor advanced any of its charges. WE DO WOT CHARGE THE PER LC. RECEIVING Liberal Cash Advances made on ensuing clip of wool and other produce. Bonus paid to all Conr tituents whether Shareholders or not.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

£20 REWARD. THE above Reward will bo paid to any person giving sucli information as will load to the conviction of any one Destroying- Rabbit-proof Fencing on Burrawang Station. THOS. KDOLS .V CO. £20 Reward. THE above Howard will bo paid for information that will lead to the conviction of any person or persons damaging the Netting fences on Ooma, or leaving Netting Oaten open Trespassers prosccuted. JOHN . BliAT. NOTICE.'V'; ANY Person found SHOOTING, HUNTING, or otherwise TRESPASS-. ING oil PRA1RIELANDS will be prosecuted without rospect to per HOllS. ^ . All previous permissions cancelled WALLACE HUNTER.. NOTICE, Any Person found Shooting, Fish ing, Hunting, or otherwise trespass ing on BOYD RUN will be prosecut ed witliout respect to persons. STITT BROS. NOTICE. After this date any person found Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, Using the Private Tracks, or otherwise Trespassing 011 any part of Carra wobbity, Traversdale, and Wonga >cug, will bo prosccuted. All previous permissions ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
35 AGRICULTURE. Grasses. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

No. 35. AGRICULTURE. Grasses. At tlie Glen Innes State Experimental Farm some good work lias been done in demonstrating how exotic grasses may be introduced and maintained success fully as pasture. Perennial red clover, : in comparatively large areas, lias been established; and in tiiis there is ail evi dence of quite a source of collateral wealth to the man who maps out a course of mixed-fanning on somul economic linos. Students in farm economy, and the practical and experienced tiller of the soil, are persistent iu au advocacy of a scheme of crop rotation to sustain the fertility of the soil. Nature in the first place provided-in most of our arable lands a. certain aniouut of fertility through the decomposition of vegetable matter. This comminglingwith the plant constituents derived from the weather-' ing of the rocks comprising the primeval condition of the earth's surface gives us the fertile virgin soil which enabled us to primarily produce crops for the sus tenance of human li...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. These Notes are issued every week, under the personal supervision of the Hon. J. I,. TrefliS Minister Of Agriculture, and are based iminly on the CNperiments of the Department. The Department rait solve many problems concerning; the land and production which would he impracticable to the individual producer. Departments of Agriculture nre preat educative forces in all countries dependent upon their primary resource*. They may bo regarded as cent ml representative turencies, from which springs the material for the pursuance of improved methods in utilising- the soil. The Minister seek*' the rural press ns n medium for dissemlnntinff the results of the scientific and practical investigations of hi* Department, in the hope that the information disclosed from tinfo to time may a*si-t the individual producer and the State generally. Si ould any farmer desire information relevant to his work on the land, not referred to in these Notes at the time, a query addresse...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sport and Pastime. (BY BAYARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Sport and Pastime. (15V liAi'Alll).) Wo. have received from Mr. F. Newnham, secretary of the -Moonhie Jockey Club, a programme of their first meeting to take place ou Wed nesday, February 7 th. The card comprises six events, the two jrrm cipal being the Opening Handicap o£ £6, six furlongs, and the Moon hie Handicap of 1 mile. The Trundle Jockey Club held a day's racing on Monday last, and was very successful. Tho opening event of the day was won by Peruv ian, St. .Rttiene third, and Ncwaree third. St. Btienne carried the milk of the money, and started fav orite. Caslie, who had won a race at Eugowra 011 Boxing Day, ac counted for the Trial Stakes from Lady Alma and Millison. The Trun dle Handicap went to Lady Stan more, who boat Newareo and St. litienne, Ncwaree being the favor ite. Hannah, who competed unsuc cessfully, carried oil! tho Hack, and Lord Voyou won the Final Handi cap from Quorcus and St. Etienne. The Lyndhurst Jockey Club held a meeting the same day, when the two prin...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labour Conference Proposals. SIX HOURS A DAY. Abolition of State Parliaments. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Labour Conference Proposals. SIX HO IKS A DAY. Abolition oj' Htnto Parliaments. The agenda paper tor the Labour | Conference, which opens in llobari 1 on Monday next, has been circulated | amongsL delegates. A great numbei | of interesting questions are set ]) down for discussion by the various brandies. .Included in the pro gramme are the following notices: — •'That conference requests the Federal Labour parly to formulate a definite programme of propagan da and organising work to lie car ried out by the party during the recess of i'arliamonl." "That under our present econom ic conditions, with a sysLem of en couraging by machinery the product ion of commodities of life, it is now necessary that six hours consti tute a day's work, and Lhat same be placed as a plank upon the Com monwealth Labour platform." "That a referendum be again sub mitted to the people of Australia at the next, election for power to amend the Constitution to national ise monopolies." "That congress request the...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Robey Portable and Traction Engines CASH OR TERMS. ARTHUR LEPLASTRTER & CO., Tramway Balloon .Loop, Circular Quay, Sydney. Notice. /"\UR Stores will close at 9 p.m. on Saturdays until further notice. HUNTER & PHILLIPS. • 'APOJUOCY I HEREBY beg to express my regret to MR. ALEXANDER BATHGATE for having used certain insulting and abusive expressions towards him when engaged on certain Shire work, and I undertake in future to refrain from causing Mr. Bath gate any further annoyance. Dated this 22nd day of December, 1911. WILLIAM WILLIAMS Witness— D. J. Moloney, Solicitor, Forbes. Court House, Forbes, 28th December, 1911. mHE QUARTERLY LICENSING JL COURT for the Licensing District of FORBES will be held at the COURT HOUSE, FORBES, on TUESDAY, 23RD JANUARY, 1912, at 10 a.m. 4D217 J. H. H ASS ALL, C.L.C. NOTICE is hereby given that a, Meeting of the Local Land Board under the. provisions of the Crown Lands Acts, will be held at Forbes, commencing at 10 a.m., 011 24th Januar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

SYDNEY GRAIN AJAKKET. Harrison, Jones 8: Devlin, Ltd., report that the wheat market is extremely quiet and values have declined about id per bushel since our last report. The home market is also reported to be without an imation, and very little business is being transacted. Prime milling is worth 3s 6Jd to 3s 7*.<d, seconds 3s 5d to 3s 6d. Chickwhcat 3s 3s per-bushel. During the past week the arrivals of maize have been small, and as the de mand is fairly large, priccs have shown a rise of Id per bushel. Choice yellow is worth 3s lid to 4s, seconds 3s JOd to 3s iojd, weevily 3s gd to 3s iod per bushel. There is still a good demand for all available supplies of both wheaten and oaten chaff, and values have remained firm. Choice green wheaten is worth 5s yd to Gs, prime 5s to 5s Cd, good 4s 6d to 5s, medium 4s per cwt.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bishop Long on War. A NEW YEAR'S SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Bishop Long on War. A NEW YEAR'S SERMON. A sermon dolivored last Sunday night by Bishop Long of Bathurst, in St. Barnabas' Church, South Bathurst, has attracted general at tention. In reviewing what he termed the momentous events of the year, the Bishop referred to the world's narrow escape from the awful catastrophe of an Anglo German war, and spoko of the war between Italy and Turkey, with which the year had closed, the is sues of which, he said, could not possibly be foieseeu. It was rather a significant thing, he proceeded, that the laud which, to the out ward world—to the Christian world —was historically most occupied with the Christian religion, should even now be waging war with a great Mussulman Power. We had to remember that that Mussulman Power was not merely Turkey and its empire, but that the thrill of sympathy which ran through Mahommedan lands had to be rec koned with, and that, when we thought of the Mahommedan pow . er we must think of a great empire. We found in th...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The World's Crops. AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

The World's Crops. AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE'S REPORT. The British Board of Agriculture and Fisheries recently received the following telegram from the Inter national Agricultural Institute :— The estimated production of maize in Hungary (excluding Cro atia and Salvonia) ia 69,032,000 cwts., and in the United States ; 13,881,490,000 cwts. 1 The acreage of rice which will probably be harvested in British India is 52,792,000 acres. The total production of wheat in the following countries is now esti mated at 1,637,000,000 cwts., or 2 per cent higher than last year Prussia, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, France, Great Britain and Ireland, Hungary (including Croatia and Salvonia), Italy, Luxemberg, the Netherlands, Roumania Russia, Europe (63 Governments), Switzer land, Canada, United States, India, Japan, Russia in Asia (10 Govern ments'), Algeria (departments of Alger and Oran), Tunis, and Egypt. For the same countries (omit ting India) the total production of barley is estimated at 518,000,00...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Motorists' Unpleasant Experience. NIGHT OUT NEAR WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

Motorists' Unpleasant Ex | perience. -NHilJT OUT JflOAII AVVAl,t)xN't<. Tlie following story which oomes from Melbourne will be read with a good deal ol' local interest, it being tlie recapitulation of the experiences of aa English motori.st, Mr Freder ick Eastinead, who has jlist return ed to tlie southern capital from a tour through New South Wales. Telling the story of his advent ures Air. Eastmead said: ".My -worst experience occurred • about three weeks ago, when I attempted to drive from wyaToiig to Condobolin. Willi one passenger I left Wyalong on a Monday morning. Rain com menced to fall heavily after we had started, and when barely 25 miles ; liad been traversed tho car stuck in a bog. My companion, having been discharged from hospital only two days before after an attack of diph theria, was still very weak, and was unable to render much assistance. At half-past live in the evening we camped on a mound. Taking off the hood of the car and placing it on t.Tie hillo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The R.W.U. Claims. PREPARING FOR THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

The R.W.U. Claims. PREPARING FOR THE COURT. It may bo assumed that rural employers of labor and the Rural Workers' Union will not be long in coming to close quarters in the Federal Arbitration Court. The next formal step will be for the R.W.IJ. to create a dispute and cite a case before the Court. In view of this, the general secretary of the Farmers and Settlers' Association (Mr. T. I. Campbell) this week is sued a circular to the 340 branches of the association inviting each branch to open lists for voluntary contributions from members and others to enable the association to meet the heavy expenses that will inevitably be incurred in defend ing and safeguarding the interests of producers. The money so collec ted will be kept entirely apart from the association's funds. Mr. Campbell points jut that " tho proceedings before the Court will affect the producers of tho whole Commonwealth, and conse quently the process of inquiry into matter under review from a Com monwealth standpoint,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Rainfall in Forbes. UNEVEN DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

The Rainfall in Forbes. UNEVEN DISTRIBUTION. Appended are particulars of the rainfall registrations in Fori es during each month of last year. The total for the year is 21 inches 89 points, but of this five and a half inches fell during January, and the other five inches during the last week of No vember and the first few days in Decem ber. So that the distribution of the year's total was not at all equitable. Days Rain Fell Registration. January 13 February 8 March 6 April 1 May 9 June 6 July ' 7 August 7 September 8 October 3 November 6 December 6 Totals 80 days We will be glad if district residents who keep registrations of the rain will furnish us with their year's returns. Very often the rain, especially that resulting from storms is of a scattered nature, and the registrations show great variation even in close proximity of distance. Returns from different localities in the district, there fore, make interesting comparative study. 559 points. 122 „ J 88 „ 23 „ 160 „ 82 „ 122 „...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 6 January 1912

1 "lUWiCIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MBETING. ' The regular fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council was hold in the council chambers on Tuesday nigh!, when there were present tlio Mayo,- (Alderman lidwards), and Aldermen' .Hunter, Sam, Lee, and Patterson. Alter the minutes of the last meeting1 were confirmed, the Mayor extended a hearty welcome (.o Alderman Patterson, who had lieen appointed to talce the place of Aiderman Bell. Alderman Pat terson, he said, was not a new hand, so that he need not take up time lu referring to his abilities. Aiderman Hunter said he also had very great, pleasure in second ing what the Mayor had said and lie was sure that Alderman Patter son would continue to be as he had been previously, that was a thor oughly good alderman of the towa. Alderman Patterson briefly ac knowledged the kindly remarks of welcome. When in the council be fore he had done the best lie could according to liis ability, and he wo uld continue to do so in the future. The first bu...

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