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Religious Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

Religious Services CHUKCH OF JflXtiLANl). Sunday, February lltli.— Forbes, 11 a.m. Forbes, 7.30 p.m. Grawlin, 3 p.m. Ven. Archdeacon Howell Warangla, 11 a.m. Maragong, S p.m. Rev. Carus Caton.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

ALMOST BILJIMD. 'SPOTS BEFORE THE EYES CAUSED BY LIVER DISORDERS. ''Without Dr. Morse's lndian®Root Tills 1 clon'fc know what wo.ukl be come of mo." Writes Mr. Tom Holt, of 55 Stanley St., Sydney, N.S.W. "For a mini her of years I liavo suffered with a sluggish Liver, which produced constipation to such an extent that sometimes ' have gone for days without a Ma movement of ^'10 howels. Spots appeared Mr. Tom llolf. floating before From 17 f>ho1o. my eyes, and I almost went blind, and got so bad that I went to the Hospital as an out door patient. They treated me for my ryes, but with no result—in fact I became worse. Someone told me that my blindness was due to liver trou ble, and recommended Dr.©Morse's Indian Root Pills, which T began us ing with the most gratifying results. In a short time my sight was as good as ever, a Jul the spots which had been floating in the air were gone to my great relief. T was in such a condition that work was impossible, because I was sleepy and dro...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

(r$ I hs barqesfr and Most Varied / &-jTv« Assortment of mA Jtir\ey ( of all Qualities is rioyj1 pre sented ir\ Our Xouse. ggT ALL CLASSICS OK BOOKS IN ENDLESS VARIETY Practically the Whole Stock was purchased direct" from London on our indent order, and horico we aro in a position to compete with anything in New South Wales. Call and see the BEoT DISPLAY ever seen in Forbes. E. J. GE1NSTED, LACHLAN STREET. FORBES. ^ 4 You can always reiy on this by Consigning to . i Ladies Muslin, Cambric, and Indigo Print Costumes. Usual price (5s lid, 8s 6d. 10s (kl. Salo price, 5s lid, 7a 3d 8s 6d. Ladies Silk Blouses (assorted colors) Usual price 7s 6d, 8s 9d, 10a 6d, 12s 6d, 15s, 17s 6d, 21s. 27s 6d. Sale price . 6s 3d, 7s 6d, 8s 6d, 10s 6d, 14s 6d, 16s 9d, 22a 6d Ladies Skirts: Sicilian?, Cashmere and Voile Sale price 6e lid to ISs 6d. Best Trimming worth 80s, Ladies' Underskirts : White, double frill. Usual price 3s lid ; sale price 2s lid. Usual price 10s 6d, 13s 6d, 17s 6d. Sale pr...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A New Road Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

A New ^oad Wanted At Jemalong Shire Council meeting on Saturday last a letter was read from Mr. E. G. Wenscb, secretary of Derriwong Sid ing Farmers and Settlers' Association) asking for the opening of a road for pub lic use which it is stated is the northerly section of a road proposed to be opened in Lachlan Shire extending from the Moonbie Hotel on the Condobolin-Forbes road. The route was described as " commencing on the south west corner of Thomas Edols' portion 104, parish Bomolin, north bank of the Lachlan river, going north along the surveyed road to the north east corner of portion 14, thence west to the south west corner of portion 2, thence north to the north west comer of block 77, on the south bank of Mitchell's creek, thence northerly across t.s.r. 23,879, and though improvement lease No. 1213, to the south bank of the Billabong Creek and the stony crossing in Dyke's block, where a surveyed road in the Lachlan Shire leads out on to the main Condobolin Parkes road." The...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

WOMEN'S LETTERS. © From Mrs. Elizabeth Dickman, 810 Sldpton-strcet, Ballarat South, ® Vic., 22iul March, 1911. "For several years I was severely troubled by disordered liver and kid neys, suffering excruciating pain in the region of tlio kidneys. At times tho pain was so sovero that I could not raise myself in bed without catching hold o£ the head of tho bedstead and pulling myself up in that way. I was in a state of general lassitude, had tho greatest aversion for exercise, loathed all food, and my nights were sleepless. The secretions of the kidneys were ab normal, and filled with albuminous matter. I was altogether In a very low and despondent state when I com menced to tako Warner's Safe Curo which had been recommended to me. After taking tho contents of a £cn bot tles, the painful symptoms disappeared, my secvc.tions became of a natural col our, I was able to sleep and enjoy my food and strength returned rapidly. X havo therefore much pleasure in re commending Warner's Sale Cur...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT FUTURE GENERATIONS MIGHT DO. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

WHVT FUTURE GENERATIONS MIGHT DO. Sydney is rarely if ever without I a conference sitting somewhere on or about the premises. During the I past week no fewer than five have j been in active operation in connec I tion with the Labour movement, but I Easter ia the particular season at j which they flourish like the fig I leaf. This is just one reason, among a multitude of others, why Sydney begins its window cleaning in preparation for Easter directly the Christmas and New Year holi days are over. At Easter, more so than at a.ny other season of the year, as many as can do so of the j country and city dwellers change places. The one come into the city to see the sights, the other go to the country chiefly to escape from the Bights. Perhaps future generations will have a better ar rangement, whereby all the people will change places periodically, and in their turn the country will run the city and the city will run the country.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

Municipal Council. Tne fortnightly meeting' of the Forbes Municipal Council, adjourn ed from Uio previous week, was held 011 Tuesday night. There were i present, the Mayor, Aid J. lCd wards, I and Aldermen Keymond, Sam, Gagg I in and Hunter. After the eonfirm 1 a I ion of lh« minutes tiio elurk pre sented the siatemen; of accounts as follows: General fund, receipts sim-a last meeting £14 lis, present cred it. £144 Ibis 2d; sanitary and gar bages fund, receipts £59 Is 3(1, pre sent credit £71) Us lid; water fund, lecoipts £87 17s 4d, present credit £9 02 7s 4d; gas trading' fund, re ceipts £3 7 5s 3d, prosent crodit, £137 Os lid; street lighting fund, present crodit. £3 0 Is 5d. The statement was received on the mot ion of Aid. Sam and lloymond. | i'arkea Jockey Club wrote asking the Council's consent for a public holiday to be proclaimed in Forbes on the second day of iJarkea races, 14th March. It was pointed oui that tho holiday for Parkea races was not of much benefit to Forbes, a...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRANKS ON PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

PRANKS ON PARADE. The rebellious spirit of the Syd ney larrikin is still "playing up " and resolutely refusing to bo com forted on parade. The collar of compulsory drill baa him chafed, and he is sore at heart and indulg ing himself at kicking over the traces of restraint. Drill and its irksome and distasteful associations have produced new excuses for oc casional fights and frequent intimi dation among boy factions.. A large percentage of Sydney lads are un der no proper or wholesome discip line, and compulsory drill, or com pulsory anything, is irritating to their restless and irresponsible natures. How to deal satisfactor ily with this class of young Austra lian, and his peevish pranks on pa rade is a knot that is giving trouble to area officers. Several schemes have been tried, but each has stopped short just at the point where only a little more was requir ed to tui-n partial failure into suc cess- The knot will be unravelled in time. Meanwhile the wise pol icy is to act with p...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SIMPLE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

THE SIMPLE LIFE. People are enviclieil not so much by what they earn aa by what they save, and what they save is meas ured by the things thoy do without. To meet the increased cost) of living, still further added to by tho riso in house rents, many hundreds of Syd ney families tire finding out that they must live tho simple life, and abandon all extras that can bo done without. To the family man tho riso in wages that has beon going on for some time is 110 special ben efit, sinco tho purchasing power of money has been reduced proportion ately. But in very many hundrods of cases tho breadwinner lias not had any rise in wages, nor in his earning capacity, yet his rent, also tho butcher's and tho grocer's bill, and every other household account, liavo increased in the commercial scramble. In those cases to livo the simple lifo is the ony hope. Conse quently all extras of greator cost than three-penny picturo shown are being abandoned, 011 tho principle that money saved is money earned....

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WANT OF OPPORTUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

WANT OF OPPORTUNITY. The number of tilings that peo pio find they can do without, when they are forced to It, surprises them; what is equally astonishing is that oftener than not they find themselves all tlio hotter for doing without some of tho very things they had thought were necessary to their comfort if not to their exist ence. The apostle of the no break fast euro in Sydney says ho has not had a breakfast for ft couple of years or more. A close friend ones complimented him by remarking (hat ho looked like it. His reply was that he never felt better in his life. As to thai he ought to be the best judge. Recently a man on a New, South Wales farm gave the newspapers particulars of how well lie was doing, and the amount of work he was getting through, since he had some months previously giv en up eating. Also, another experi mentalist had been living on bread and vegetables,; & never felt better in his life, until lie fell very ill. The doctor put him on a meat diet exclus...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Cadet Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

The Cadet slotes. (BY SlUGLKK). The oiid ol .January, the period utter whicii every lad not ruawlcr ed uecoincs liable lo line, lias ar rived, and notwithstanding tlie pub licity wliich lias been given lo me necessity lor registration, there nr.: jitill yboys ol' between .17 and lis years of ago, 2-1 between lli and 1<, ;'»& between 15 ami lt>, 1- between ■.■I and li>, and IS who will bo It years ol' age during the coming year who liave lioi. registered, and wnose names are known, living within a . .,UH!3 oi l'ivo utiles £1-0111 Forue.j post office. Just think ol' it; only ilS shirkers in a small place like l orbes. 1 have it upon good authority that tliat devoted IIS will in all proba bility rnako the State a present vi huiue oi! their surplus; casli during Die iieXL niontli. in 1'orjes theie ;.re lul regisli_-iiid and 1L3 wno suuuiu nave registered, but who have not. Surely something must , be done to remedy such a state ol uflairs. 'i'ne. area urtieer has...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIR EVELYN WOOD AND THE GIRAFFE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

SIB EVELYN WOOD AND SEE GIRAFFE. It was while serving in India that Sir Kvel.vn Wood hud one of tiio strangost ex periences that can fall to any man, how ever venturesome, says a writer in "Tile Penny Magazine." A certain Nabob was entertaining a party of British officers, Wood among them, and as he kept a largo moiuigcrio, of which he was vory proud, lie had all the animals brought out in or der and paraded before his guests. At last an enormous giraffe appeared, being led with a siring through its nose. "Bet you a rupee you wouldn't ride that," ex claimed an oilicer who was sitting next to "Wood on' the verandah. "Done," said Wood. Jumping down he vaulted on to the animal's hack; and at ilrst the giraffe, more surprised than anything olse, would do nothing hut go round in a circle. At last, however, it started off, broke free of the attendant who had hold of the rope, and, with AVood hanging on to a worsted decoration about its neck, covered tlio ground at full gallop. The olllccr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HOLIDAY IN THE A[?]CTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

A HOLIDAY IH TUB ABCTIC. Grunted a month's holiday, the Jaded city man may now turn his attention to Arctic exploration as a rest lor liih tired nerves. From London lie can take a tic ket which will carry lilm, via Newcastle and the II and N. Norwegian line, straight up to the pack ice at 81.1 deg. north, and bring Him back again within 28 days. At tills latitude the ships, which cruise In pairs for safety, aro far beyond the limits of land, and n little ovor COO miles from the I'olo itself. Northward, aa far as the eye can reach, stretches the great northern ice wall, and the sun, at this time of tlio year, shines in the sky all day and all night. The cruise, which covers in all 5225 nautical miles, traverses a most Inter esting itinerary, and includes excursions up and down all the most attractive fjord* on tho Norwegian coast, visits to Lapp encampments, whaling stations, and to the coal mines at Spitsbergen. A newspaper correspondent who mndo tho trip states that Polar explorati...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

iM GIVE A COMFORT Eveiy time—and all the time. When a man buys footwear, depend on it he'll go "nap" on comfort. lie doesn't overlook smartness and qual ity—neither does he forget iho economy side of the quostion Our stock of xMen'8 Boots and Shoes are made to suit men in this particular—even the most particular men. Come in and see our selection-—we'll give you the most com fortable fitting footwear that over you put on your feet. Quality footwear—miiul you—always. Every foot fitted at prices that fit tho purse. 1J aa 11 """"J Yours to Boot, FOltBBF.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Forbes Times. ISATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1912 NOTES OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

The Forbes Times. ISATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 11)12 NOTES OF THE WEEK/ Tho trouble which has been more or less manifest in the adminisirat ion of Australian cricket affairs < 1 er since tlio constitution of the ] Board of Control seems to have bo- I eoino more acute than evor during ' tlio prosent soason; and tho inliar- j jnonioue relations came to a deoply ; regretted climax in tiie display of ! school boy temper by two members ; of tho selection committee last I weok. It cannot be averred that tho present method of control of in ternational cricket affairs is not. superior in theory at any. rate to the formor system when everything was under tlio direct influenco of leading players. But it is most un fortunate that the change was first practically responsible for the. prem atura retirement of one of the best cricket leaders and players Austra lia has ever produced, M. A. Noble, and has uow resulted in the appar ent abolition of all harmony amon gst the players and thos© wh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Curtailing the Municipality. ANOTHER PETITION TO THE COUNCIL. CONSIDERATION DEFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

Curtailing the Municipality. ANOTHER PETITION TO THE COUNCIL. I CONSIDERATION DEFERRED. I i At a meeting of the Municipal Council held on Tuesday night a communication was received from Mr. R, E. B. Rey mond, on behalf of Mr. W. H. R. Stitt, of Wandary, and other ratepayers in the outlying portions of the municipality, covering a petition in favor of the curtail ment of the municipal area. The covering letter asked that the petition should be dealt with by the Council and forwarded to the Minister for Works in due course. The Council .considered that the matter was one of vital importance which should be dealt with b;1 a full board of aldermen. As there was only a bare quorum present at Tuesday night's meeting, it was decided, therefore, on the motion of Aldermen Sam and Reymond, to defer consideration until next meeting. The petition was a 'engthy one of 17 paragraphs, and was accompanied by a sketch map showing how the desired alterations of boundaries could be effected. The first...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

Doan's Reports Investigat ed. -No Iteturu of Illness for five years. Wo are answering a very import ant (luestlon to-day, viz.. Do tho people who say they liavo been cur ed by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills stay cured? A medicine which cures merely i'or a day or a week is worrhless; it is only a tonic or a purgative. But a medicine which drives the illness away so that it stays away, that medicine does ail medicine can. do. We have been verifying our earlier published cases, and we aro pleased to say that tlie result of our investigations lms been most permanent cures. The cures by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are permanent cures. Head this statement: — Mr. Henry J3, Scot nor, Camp Hill, Forbes, says: "I make this statement regarding my cure of backache, because 1 know that many people are suffering with this ail ment, and don't know what will cure tlicm. For years I was ono of those unfortunate sufferers. I used remedy after remedy, but my back aclied. on in spite of treatment. Tho p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

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THE CONFERENCE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 10 February 1912

THE CONFERENCE SEASON. With Easter again in sight coun try conferences are getting ready to come to Sydney for their annual sit tings. In no other respect is Syd ney more recognised as the State's one great head centre than in the method of holding these conferee ccs which have so grown iu numbers and variety as to represent nearly every phase of industrial oc cupation and enterprise in New South Wales, From rabbit trappers to wool and wheat kings, from po tato growers to pastoralists, from Alpha to Omega, life on the land and in the country is now represen ted and ably assisted by delegates sitting in conference annually in Sydney. Their deliberations have become an integral part of the people, and their value is not ques tioned, though results are not al ways direct.

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