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THE CHARGE OF GOLD STEALING. LENGTHY POLICE COURT HEARING. BOTH ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
THE CHARGE OF GOLD STEAim. UCNUTHY r&lt;)l,K'i; COl'JKT 1U0.VH IXCJ. UOTH ACCUSED COMMITTED FOU TRIAL. At the Forbes Police Court on .Monday, before Mr. .T. Janiiesoti, P.M., 1 He hearing of the charge of gold stealing against William Thom as Bettleton, alias "Bony," and Thomas Buckley, alias "Squint," was proceeded with. The charge was that the two accused did in company steal a (inantity of gold slimes, to the value of .Clio, the pro perty of .lames Saville Sanderson, at (,'alarie, near Forbes, cm the 17th December, lit 11. Mr. Moloney ap peared for both accused, and Sub Inspector Nolan conducted the case for the prosecution. The hearing oc cupied the whole day, and at. 5.15 ail adjournment had to be made un til the following morning, with the evidence of five witnesses still to be taken. There were a considerable number of spectators present in court throughoiitt the hearing. James Saville Sanderson, metallur gist, -residing at ' Calarie, deposed that between '11 and 12 o...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
LOCAL ITEMS. Owing to the length >.o which our report of the police court proceedings in the charge of gold stealing at Calarie has ex tended, we are obliged to hold over a quantity of other reading matter to next issue. This includes the report of Jema long J-hire Council meeting held on Satur day. .1:0500 avokth ok &lt;;kxkkai BUAl'KKY .VI' "I'LAXKI) l)OW.\" I'KICKS AT >IANSOX\S. The ballot taken at Wyalong last week on the question of changing the weekly half holiday from Wednesday to Saturday showed a majority in favor ol the week end holiday. The poll was a very small one, the voting being—Saturday 33, Wed nesday 21. DKKSSES, &lt;;IA)VKS, Ui IIBONS AXD LACKS AT .M ANSON",S SATJO. In accordance with the decision of the last meeting of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, a special meeting is to be held at the shire chambers next Saturday afternoon to consider the position raised by the Federal Arbitration Court pro ceedings, instituted by the Rural Wor j ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
n Don't miss the fun. Keep with the D crowd during 1912. Always a big | cmvd at every day being □ handed the best goods from the manu facturers. No waiting hcie. WHITE'S the rendezvous for 1-usy Folk, who shop well o.nd wisely. Help to make 1912 n record year. The ST0REI?. OUR ADVICE. I Lndies Muslin, Cambric, and Indigo Print Costumes. Usual price 6a lid, 8s Gd. 10s Gd. Sale price, 5s lid, 7s 3d. 8s 6d. Ladies Silk Blouses (assorted colors) * Usual price 7s 6d, Ss 9d, 10s' Gd, 12s Gd, 15s, 17s Gd, 21s. 27s 6d. Sale price Gs 3d, 7s.Gd, Ss Gd, 10s Gd, 14s Gd, 16s 9d, 22s Gd Ladies:Skirls,:" Siciliane, Cashmere and Voile Sale price Gs lid to 18s Gd. Best Trimming worth 30s. Ladies' Underskirts : Whito, double frill. Usual price 3s lid ; sale price 2s lid. Usual price 10s Gd, 13s Gd, 17s Gd. Sale prise Ss Gd, lis Gd, 15s. Black Italian Cloth, with four frills, well made Usual price Ss Gd, Sale price Gs Gd, We have.all Kinds of LADIES' SUMMER WEAR made &. unmade, Must be sold at...
Forbes Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
Forbes Rifle Club. The sccohd shoot of Saturday section for Major McDonnell ride and trophies presented by A. J. Baldock and Jos. Murphy was shot off at the 500 and 600 yards ranges 011 Saturday last and resulted as under :— ^00 600 Hep. Tl. J. Leader 30 2; 9 66 Capt. Bates 32 33 scr 62 F. Crippcn 33; ,25 7 64 W. Shervington 29; 30 i 61 J A. Patterson... 30 . 22 ■ 9 61 W. McMahon ... 24 25 9 58 T.Kelly 33. 24 scr 57 C. Shervington.... 27 - 24 . 5 .56 B. Tooth 30 20 5 55 Viller 2S 25 scr 53 H. A. Tooth 20 21 9 50 R. Kelly ' ' 19 20 3 48 C iMuller 25 16 7 48 J. Hassall 23 20 scr 43 The next shoot for the above rifle and trophies will take place at the 300 and 600 yards ranges on Wednesday 14th and Saturday 1SU1 February,
The Markets. SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
The Markets. SYDNEY WOOL SALES. I Dalgety & Co. Ltd., report under date of 2nd instant that heavy catalogues have been submitted in the Sydney market dur last week, the total quantity brought I under the hammer for the four days' aue , tions—(.Monday-Thursday)—being 47,000 1 bales. Comparatively little change has taken place in the selling conditions as I compared with those in force at the first 1 two week's sale in the New Year, the de 1 mand for all descriptions still being gene ral, competition brisk, and prices fully ' maintained on the basis established at the I opening sales in the second series. Grow I ers have not been slow to take advantage , of the present favcfrable market, with the result that large clearances were effected , daily, thus very materially reducing the . stocks remaining unsold in the Sydney I stores. It is now estimated that there is a I quantity of a little under 100,000 bales to sell to close the weekly series at this cen tre, and as Melbourne a...
TUESDAY'S HEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
TUESDAY'S IIIOA RING. Tho court: ro-oponed at ft.-in a.m. on Tuesday, when the ovirlenec ol' Waller ISeulah was continued. Further examined by Sub-Inspect or Nolan, the witness stated that when tlie two accused left his camp after their first arrival there oil Uth January they went up the river, not down, from his camp. J he witness was cross-examined at considerable length by Mr Mo loney, and re-examined by Sub-In spector Nolan. ltobert. Qoolagong, black tracker, gave ■.evidence of the tracks he fol r°fined fron* ^eulah's camp for about oUO yards/through a brush fence, and.-another;: -wire fence, to the root ?f t,a ®um tree. There Constable UU en dug u hole which had previ ously been dug out and filled in " , Near by were charcoal, coke ■iiul burnt clay. Constable CttUen then dug a trench five or six feet, long and 18 inches deep and came o a stone. crucible," further on a lj.la.clv_. botttle; a little further yet, another, crucible; then ■ sonic more burnt coke. Four or five yards...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 7 February 1912
IN MEMORIAM. HALL — In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Robert Burns Hall, who died February 5th, 1911. Twelve months have passed, our hearts are sad, As time goes on we miss him more ; He bade no one the last goodbye, He waved his hand to none, His spirit fled before we knew that from us he had gone. Only those that have lost are able to tell The pain of the heart at not saying farewell. Inserted by his sorrowing mother, sister, and brothers
THE JAPS IN HAWAII. AUSTRALIA'S CONCERN IN THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
AUSTRALIA'S CONCERN IN THEM. (By W. E. Vincent.) A eablo published a day or two ago anont the above was, perhaps, idly perused by 'thousands of Australians and received but a passing thought. Yet to us living in a "fool's paradise," in tho grandeur of this South Sea heri tage of ours, it warrants something more than ileeting interest. Tho bul letin' in question declared that tho United States has a little Japanese war scare of their own just now. Major General Carter, Cliiof of Staff of tho United States Army, declares that 3U, 000 trained Japanese soldiers have been smuggled into Hawaii since the RUsso Japanese War, and the United States Government realising the danger, haa taken steps to send 13,000 troops to tho island. During a recent visit to tho Hawaiin Islands tliero were many evi dences, to my mind, that this great key 01 the Pacific, would be responsible for something more than a "national ■growl" long before many seasons nad come. Journeying out on the snmo boat with ine w...
"POPULAR" BUTTER BOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
" P0PL.HR " BUTTER BOXES. Tho onormous expansion of the dairy in- ■ dustry and tho importance of tho most approved handling of products, have in- • duced Mr. W. G. Dcuchar, of 12 and 14 Loftus Street, Sydney, to introduco into llio Stato the favourite " Poplar " butter boxes, on tho principle that tho host should ho maiitoted in the host. The sound busi ness policy of such mothods need not bo emphasised.' Mr, Dcuchar announces a trial shipment of "Poplar" Butter I'oxes, to ho followed by other shipments. .Ho invites correspondence from dairymen, and will supply full particulars, price and im portant information to all applicants.
SHAKESPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
SHAKESPEARE. I dream to-day of you, 'William, I dream to-day of you; 'Tis sad to think you uever gavo Tho Press an interview, And so it is denied to us To know, beyond all hope, What was your favourite soap, William, Your favourite brand o£ soap. Wo should so love to hear William, So dearly lovo to hear, If you enjoyed a quiet pipe, And whether you liked beer; And whether barbers shaved your chin, Or—careful of your pelf— You always shaved yourself, William, Shaved your chin yourself. We're told despite your famo, William, Dcspito your wondrous .fame, That you were not yourself at all, But had another name. They say those plays were Bacon's works, And if they say what's true, Then who on earth were you, William, Who ou earth wero yoir— -Coulson.
THE OPTIMIST. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
THE OPTIMIST. The toiler had tears on his cheeks, His eliildron were starving, lie Haiti; Ho hadn't had work lor six weeks, And lie heartily wished lie were dead. The optimist prodded liis chest, And guffawed and merrily twirled, And said, "It is all for tlio best I'n this jolly old world!' The widow stood lonely and frail, And said, looking sadly around, "The vessel went down in a gale, And my son and my husband were drowned." The optimist listened with zest, And answered with comforting mirth, "Iia,'ha! It is all for the best On this merry old earth!" "Come, laugh!" ho exclaimed, "and you'll find The wrinkles will fade from your face.'' Then up came a motor behind, And left him as flat as a plaice; And the folks whom his fun had de pressed Their hats in tho air gaily hurled, And remarked, "It in all for tho boat In this jolly old world!" —Coulson.
THE STOCKINBINGAL RAILWAY AND CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
THE STOCKINBINGAL KAIL WAV AM) CLOSER SETTLEMENT. In connection with the pending con struction of the railway line from Forbes to Stockinbingal, a notification was pub lished in this week's " Government Gazette " bringing under the provisions of the Closer Settlement Act for the possible purpose cf resumption the following estates situated wholly or partly within 15 miles of either side of the line Ooma estate, 28,000 acres, parishes of Tlmrufigle, Mulyandry, Ooma, Maudry, and Braulin. Boyd estate, 15,300 acres, parishes of Boyd and Currawong. Pinnacle estate, 21,000 acres, parishes of Boyd, Wheoga, and Maudry. Kikiamah estate, 11,200 acres, parish of Kikiamah. Carumbi estate, 21,300 acres, parishes of Moon bucca, Yarran, Tubbul, Yerai, and Wee dallion.
FROM a WOMAN'S STANDPOINT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
FROM a WMW% STAND POINT. Although most of us know something of the work or the Children's Courts in our midst, there are few, perhaps, ivho realise the full extent of their operations, or their beneficial and far-reaching re sults. Less than 70 years ago there was practically no distinction' made between the treatment of the child and the adult criminal. Wo read that so late as 18111 children were transported for the most trilling olfences. Jn the year 1S40 two hundred boys, of ages varying- from 11 to 1G, were sent to Ilobart as convicts! In lSfiO, public sentiment seems to have been stirred upon the subject of the treatment of criminals generally, and we find the old, haphazard methods ultimately superseded by the reformatory or industrial school for the juvenile offender. The establish ment of Children's Courts( which, like so many excellent institutions, owe their origin to America, marks a still further advance in the method of dealing with delinquent children. Full provision f...
AN AUCTIONEER'S EXPERIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
AX AUCTIONEER'S EXPERIENCE At tlie clearing sale conducted by -Messrs. W. K. Garnsey, senr., at liulomo oil Wednesday, the auction eer for the day was Mr. Frank Wall and as the thermometer registered 109 dgerees, and this excessive heat was accompanied by clouds of dust and a high wind, it will be admitted that his task was no enviable one. Relieved only for half an hour by Mr. Garnsey, Mr. Wall wielded the hammer during the disposal of over three hundred lots, so that his posi tion was no sinecure.
"NATIONAL" OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
"NATIONAL" OF NEW ZEALAND. Tho National Insurance Company of Now Zealand, Ltd., was established in Dunedin, in 187.3, and its history has boon one of uninterrupted popularity and unsurpassed success. In its second year, tho Now South "Wales head office was oponcd, in 'Sydney; and Mr. AY. A. Gibh lias boon its manager, since 1884. The report and balance-shcet for 1911 reveal the ever-onward march of tho company. This is clearly and concisely revealed by this table of ac counts for the past soven years:— Premiums. Losses Expenses. 1895 £82,935 £49,058 £26,560 1900 102,261 54,991 29,950 1905 107,648 58,996 36,402 1908 113,171 59,504 39,483 1909 119,146 60,201 42,645 1910 126,602 60,682 44,157 ,1911 135,138 67,656 47,586 During the same period, the reserves have increased from £209,617 to £321, 288—by over £111,000—which shows how great is the regard for the stability of the Institution. But the extra ordinary strength of tho National of Now Zealand is best illustrated and tributod to b...
SALE AT GRENOBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
SAJJ2 AT GliENOBLE. Mr. W. H. Davies, auctioneer, West Wyalong, will sell the whole of Mr. Wm. Ridley's, iunr. stock and plant situated at "Grenoble," Bena, on Thursday next, 15th February, comprising horses, cattle, machinery, and his up-to-date weli-kept household furniture and effects. Every thing is for absolute sale, on account jof Mr. Ridley having leased his property, so there will be some good bargains for in tending buyers. SMART MILLINERY AXD COST UMES AT MANSON'S SALE.
WIRELESS. A Visit to Pennant Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
A ViBiff to Pennant Hills. It was a beautiful afternoon in mid summer, the sun shone with extra bril liance, but its heat was tempered by a l fairly strong breeze from" tiie nor'-east, | making our trip a pleasant one as far as the weather was concerned. Wo left Clyde Junction aboard the 2.8 p.m. train, and were soon .speeding past the Rosehill race ! course across the neat steel bridge which j spans the Parramatta Itlver, through about a mile ol' bush country; thence we ' wero taken through numerous cuttings 1 and over many high banks, bounded on 1 cither side by large orchards, with their j citrus and summer fruit trees. Travelling by this lino is rath or slow, on account ol" , the steep grades which prevail nearly all the way. Clyde station is only 201't. above sea-level, while Carlingl'ord (the terminus) is ".27 feet, and as the lino is only 4 miles long, it shows an increase in height ol" 307 feet in that distance. On arrival at Car lingford we wero able to see the top por tion...
COMMONS TRUSTEES MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912
I COMMONS TitLS'lliES MI5ETIXC1. After the Council Meeting on Tuesday night aldermen met as trustees of the common. Accounts passed for payment amounted to £9 for salaries- The ranger's report showed that the crossings over the common during January totalled 25,400 sheep and 280 head of cattle. The clerk submitted the balancc sheet for last year, which commenced with a credit of £22 5s, and closed with £15 15s iod in hand.