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MODERN TRAVEL. Round the World in Thirty-five Days. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

MODERN TRAVEL. Bound the "World in Tliirty-five Days. It is no longer im achievement of any considerable note to have travelled round the globe. The great Trans-Siberian rail way lias effectually linked together the Continents of Europo and Asia; and the seasoned traveller, who counts his jour ney' In days rather than In miles, has ceased to regard tho Far Kast as being far, In tho strict sense of the term. As a matter of fact, 111 point of time Fekin is to-day nearer to England than Pretoria, and Tokio }s hardly more roinotu than Table Bay. So much has the Trans Siberian service been accelerated during the last few months that within fifteen days and twolvo hours of leaving Charing Cross the tourist arrives in Tokio. lie travels the six thousand miles that sepa rate the extreme West from the extreme East, spending only forty-five hours 011 the sea. Moreover, liis journey is made amid circumstances of elegant luxury, for in no country in the world has comfort in "railway travelling ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Charge of Wife Desertion. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

A Charge of Wifo Desertion. Emma Mary Jones, of Eugowra, ! summoned Henry Jones on a charge 1 of wife desertion. Mr. Moloney ap- ! peared for tlio prosecution.. Evidence was given by complain- j ant that lier husband for a couple of. days prior to tho 10 th January had been drinking, and on the morning of that day ho threatened her, and used abusive language to her, so that she was compelled to leave the house with her two chil dren Senior-Constable Justelius depos ed as to an interview he had with defendant, and John Jones, son of tho parties, also gave evidence. It was stated during the evidence that since complainant left her husband she had been employed as cook at Carrawobity station. The P.M. mado an order for tho payment of 15s per week from tho 20th irist., and also for So court costs, £1 2n 4d witness' expenses, and 21s professional costs; in de fault of payment of costa to bo im prisoned for one month. Fourteen ! days were allowed In which to pay.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUCKY DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

ITTCKY DOG. Pilgarl's remittance was overdue, llencc his loneliness. His town friends wore all busy. Tliey gonorally took a day o(T when tlio postman delivered a square envelope addressed "D. I'.. Pllgali, Ksq., Driasch Villa, Parramatta." To-day, Pil leaned in a droughty isolation over the back bar of the "Woolsack Hotel. Pending the ar rival of the square envelope, men of Ills own "select circle" peeped from behind partitions and hastily swallowed "siriith ers." "Been hcre« long enough. Bolter got a move on," said a visiting John Hop. Pilgarl moved wearily, and separated his viscid lips with diillculty. A yellow dog sniffed at his lumbering heels and follow ed in dejected sympathy. The pan pipe bowl of a motor horn sent out its warning "Do-fa-la" at the tramway crossing. This annoyed the gamboge tinted canine, and lie made a frontal attack upon a 35 h.p. motor. The motor won, and whinzed away, leaving the bravo but misguided puppy with a pulpy spine and a protruding ton gue. Pilga...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NORTH COAST TOURIST DISTRICT. PART I. Noble Streams, Lush Meadows, and Forest Stretches. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Part I. Noble Streams, Lush Meadows, and Forest Stretches. A fektiU',' country is always pictur esque, itiul the North Coast district of Now South Wales is marvellously fer tile. Those complementary characteristics of pictures<|ueness and fertility, obtrud ing themselves with pleasing persis tence, make a lasting impression oil the visitor (o (his remarkable region. Jt spreads over 17.000,000 acres. The I Valley of Hie Hunter, oy«-",een with- ! maize and lucerne, marks i(s southern ! extremity. T>y crystal stream and vol--., dant meadow, by wooded bill and forest etose, it swoops magnificently to the Mucpherson Itange at tfio border of the neighbouring State of Queens/and. East ward its r-jigged bluffs and. golden beaches rise out of the Pacific, and its western limit is defined by the bold es carpment of the New Ifingland jilateau., The lower portion of the district, em bracing the extensive chaiii of; coastal; estuaries or lakes between the Valleys of the Hunter uinl...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pars About People. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

| Pars About People, i greatest f rL a 'm 7° °' XlUSkIa'B n-e o„co«i;01 t;.;Ui..i;,Tortai His Friends." L'; L ' , " ^ Mb history, ful, ' J ,J a (lo«. Md °» and HiiapHel't" i" n!lV,ral 1>ath~ wntluuo to be ^ wJ" y°»ng as long as 01(1 atl^ Vet it wrinV luusu,lS® lasts I hours' or ;i t j .n Ul ni'sl- 'our I The author was or, and he Hat n ^ doct" | "luster,,^ nt i •> wr"° his I ««d finished at r0.-r ' * midnisht morning, h " e,c'c'c in the h*d written anything™™ that h* 1 eood, but tho niomont j|0;r'PU0JJa,Jy Pr,nt 110 ">«»*MntJi *Zo™ in only notcTuf Yr.°te h,s celebrated "Ua'-sselas^ P T,"S JB th° J'SBinia." 2lis mnn Pj)llce -of Ab Held in her ,,.7 • CU°(l at w •»dXT.V""''» ses, and f0 disehar- U CXpou wilIc" aho had ^ bjw a°;110 w"te a book. jt , 1 V a°Wn to days to eompieu. KUV<wl shoots to tiI(J tiw thom over. {/o' "Ji;nU iookIng "» w »« for l»" Um™ ll:, »">»»* cd in tho same ■, oarn~ auy other period ?•" ^ Umu <luna« »°°««..... 2; Ul„ ;:rrofa^ the...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

£20 REWARD. THE above Reward will bo paid to any person giving such information as will lead to tho conviction of any one Destroying Rabbit-proof Fencing on Burrawang Station. tiioh. ioihjls & co. £20 Reward. THE above Reward will be paid for information that will lead to the conviction of any person or persons damaging tho Notting Fences on Ooina, or leaving Netting GaLes open Trespassers prosecuted. JOHN I. DENT. .NO i i ^ t.1-'. ANY Person found SHOOTING, HUNTING, or otherwise TRESPASS ING on PRAIRIELANDS will bo prosecuted without respect to per sons. All previous permissions .cancelled WALLACE HUNTER. c. NOTICE. Any Person found Shooting, Fish ing, Hunting, or otherwiso trespass ing on BOYD RUN will be prosecut ed without respect to persons. ST1TT liROS. NOTICE. After this date any person found Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, Using the Private Tracks, or otherwiso Trespassing on any part of Carra wobbity, Traversdale, and Wonga ^ong, will bo prosecuted. All previous permiss...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SUGAR-COATED YARN [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

A SUG-AB-COATED YABH) Bight up in the North of Queensland, a few years ago, there ton an old justice of the peace who was rather erratic. Ho had been on the J.l'. list for some length of time, and had never been on the Bench, simply because the police knew lie would make a hush of matters. One day, how ever, no other ,T.P. was available to deal with a man who was run in for hitting another, so Jlr. Sugarcane made his mai den appearance. The accused pleaded "guilty with provocation!" The J.P. prick ed his ears and glared at the man. "Did yer say with Provocation?" "Yes, ycr 'onoi-!" Then, turning to the constable, the .lay Pay bawled, "And why didn't you arrest this man Provocation aa well? Yer should have locked 'em both up; case dis missed!" The constable tried to explain, but Mr. Sugarcane had made up his mind, and that was the end of it. To his mother came a little boy, crying ami rubbing one of his eyes. "Well, what did the chemist say?" Hie parent asked. "lie said I had got a f...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Hobey Portable and Traction Engines CASH OR TI3KMS. ARTHUR LiBPli A ST It T10II & CO., Tramway Balloon Loop. • Circular Quay, Sydney*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CURE FOR DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

A CUKE FOE DBIHK. The South Australian Government, af ter investigating the cures for tho drink habit, or alcoholism on the Continent, Great Britain and America, selected tho Neal 1'hreo Day Treatment, which has been used for over a year, being: most successful in South Australia. Acting up on the request of the N.S.W. Government, and many influential citizens, an Institute lias been established in Sydney, in Wood bury-street, Marrickvllle. Write for the "Neal Way," giving full information.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE NATIONS VIE. Morocco and the Moora. The Puzzling Land of the Sunset. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

WHERE NATIONS VIE. morocco and tlie Moors. Tlie Puzzling' land of the Sunset. ,:in the whole of Northerly Africa, Mor occo; is. the only independent . country. Iiord Beaconstlelcl prophesied that the next great European war would be waged over this territory, and at the present uio ment all the foreign offices of Europe are in a state of worry about its affairs. Morocco, or Mauretania, has been call-' ed the: sunset or Afternoon .Land, because the European nations think it i» about to break up, and are scrambling for a share of'the spoils. The peojile are main ly a branch of the Arab or Semitic race, who carried on the culture of the Greeks, when the west of Europe was barbarian. Where they camo from originally is not known; some-say they crossed from Asia to Egypt; others that they camo from the great lakes of Central Africa, and others from the Mediterranean. ■Anyway, when the present Ottoman 'JCurks conquered the Arabs, and stole : their religion, Islam or Mohammedanism, -the anc...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal and Shire Councils. ALDERMEN RESENT SHIRE INTERFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

tf.iiTirrT"— • - : • .r.. '■ —• »• , Municipal and Shire Councils. ALDERMEN RESENT SHIRK INTER FERENCE At the last meeting of the Jcmalong Shire Council it was resolved to bring un der the notice of the Municipal Council the desirability of the latter body having a cellar hole on the South Condobolin road filled up, and also the stumps removed from the same road near Mr. Bolam's resi dence, as well as having Bathurst burrs cut down in parts of the municipality •where they are ever abundant. The ehire clerk's letter conveying this reso lution was read at the Municipal Counci' meeting on Tuesday night, with the result that the atmosphere round the Council table became a little more heated than the climatic condition of the night was re sponsible for. Aid. Hunter, when the letter was read, rose in his place, and denounced the action of the Shire Council in drawing at tention to the matters as " a downright piece ot impertinence " " So far as I can see," continued Aid. Hunter, " the tow...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wasting the Water.. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Wasting tlio Water.. The Inspector of Nuisanecs pro ceeded against Walter Livingstone Wright 011 a charge of, being the occupier of premises at the corner of Sheriff and Camp streets, sup plied with water by the Municipal Council, he allowed the water to be used in such manner that it was wasted. Mr. Moloney appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Reymond for the defondant, who pleaded guil ty. Mr. Rath explained that about nine o'clock on the morning of the Oth February he found the hose run ing in front of the premises occupi ed by defendant as the Singor Sew ing Machine Co's. shop, The water had run 50 yards down the street in one direction, and about thirty yards in another, and it appeared to have been running for a couple of hours. Ho went into the shop and inquired for defendant who when told of the waste of water said ho had been asleep and had forgotten all about it. In answer to Mr. Reymond, the Inspector stated that the Council did not object to people using the water with ...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Can I Get Well? Have you suspected your kidneys as tUe cause of your trouble? Does tlie back, liead or limbs ache? Is there rheumatism, weak heart, or dropsy? Is there too great or too little flow of the urine, with gravel or sediment? Do you feel always tired, done up, nervous? It is the kidneys fault — they should filter the blood—take out its impurities. If then, you would "get well" you must make the kidneys well. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are for the kidneys and bladder only. "Can I stay well?" The best answer to this question is the statement of one of your neighbors given here. Mrs. Thomas Sayers, James-street, Camp Hill, Forbes, says;—"My hus band, whose occupation is that of a shearer, was for a number of years ja, martyr to backache, and the pains be had to bear were often very se vere, particularly when he was etooping. Of course when shearing be had to bend his back a lot, and this was very hard on him. Ho tried many so-called cures for back ache, but lie may as well ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cases Withdrawn. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Casea Withdraw A summons by the Inspector of Nuisances for a breach of the muni cipal ordinances was withdrawn, as also was a charge of assault, Mr.. Moloney stating in the latter case that the cause of dispute between the parties had been satisfactorily arranged.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Appeal Court Appointment. A MINISTERIAL EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Land Appeal Court Ap pointment. A MINISTERIAL EXPLANATION. It will bo remembered that exception has Icon taken iu many directions to the ap pointment at tho end of last year of Mr. C. B. Rcr.nio to the position on the Land Ap peal Court rendorod vacant by -the retire ment of Mr. Brandis. The altitude of the Government in the matter was ect out by Mr. Trefle, Minister for Agriculture, at a Linda Department presentation to Mr. Rpnnio in SydDey a few days ago, that the policy of tho Government is that the higher positions in tho public servico must be tilled from the ranks whenever the icquisite ability is obtainable. | Mr. Treffo spoke as follows •—''Natur ally, in appointing an ollicer of the Public Servico to tho vacancy on the Land Appeal j Court, tho Minister for Lands firstly looked I very carefully into the officer's qualifications ) for the position. Iu Mr. Renive's ease there was, of course, no question as to hi3 | qualifications as an honorable and slia'ght ' forward officer ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

TAKES A DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT I?1LL OCCASIONALLY. HER ONLY MEDICINE. "Over two years ago," writes Mrs. Ann Phoebe Hawkins, of MS7 Dugan sfcreet, Kalgoorlio, W.A.. "Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills cured me from Muscular Rhouma tism. T was under several Kalgoorlio doc tors, who con Id do mo 110 good, and spoilt one month in the hos pital. I was in des pair when J left the hospital as to know what to do. How ovor, I decided to try Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and iliey not only cured mo, but mado rue feel a vigorous and healthy wo man. It is over two years sinco they curod me, and I have been in porfect health ever since. I am eighty years old this month, and as energetic as many very young womon. Your Pills. I. am constantly recommending, •••iid all my frionds marvel at my ac tiveness. I take a Pill occasionally, which is my only medicine. I have lioen a rosident of Kalgoorlie eleven years, and will He only too pleased to relate my experiences to am one (■•tiling on mo." To those in...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sanitary Fees Summons. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Sanitary Fees Summons. f At the police court on Tuesday the Police Magistrate, Mr. J. Jamicson, was called upon to deal with a number of pro secutions at the instance of the municipal inspector for the recovery of sanitary.fees. Mr. .Moloney appeared for the Council, but none of the defaulters either appeared in person or were represented by counsel This consequent necessity for exparte hearings provoked Mr. Moloney to ask for and magistrate to grant professional costs, which just about doubled the penalty in each case. Maurice Hickey was ordered to pay 8s sanitary fees, 4s court costs, and professional costs 10s 6d, in default seven days imprisonment. Edward Sheehey was ordered to pay l.js fees, 4s court ccsts, and 10s 6d professional costs, in de fault to go to gaol for 14 days ; and against William LeBrocque the order was for lis 6d fees, 43 court costs, and 10s <5d pro fessional cost.i, in default 14 days Five other similar summonses were withdrawn the amounts in disp...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Markets. SYDNEY WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

TSie Markets. SYDNEY WOOL SALES New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd., report that at their auction sales held on Wednesday, 14th instant, competition was good at recent rates. The company sold greasy wool to lit! | er lb. and scoured lo 19:!. The Co-operative Wool and Produce Company, Ltd., report that on Monday, they offered 740 bales, and snld at auction 572 bales, and privately ex catalogue 224^ making the total sales 796 bales. A clearing up catalogue was submitted, in cluding a number of "passed in" lots offered for the second time. The market ruled firm at the recent level, and satis factory clearances were effected for all descriptions. The top price was ictf4d, obtained for 22 bales a w and a c branded " E N/Alston," belonging to Mr. 15. New haul, of Woodstock. This price was also obtained for 9 bales, 1st e branded " T T in half circle/Springs," belonging to Mr D T. Tully, Currinya, Mulloon via Boro. The Pastoral Finance Association Ltd. report that the market a...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Curtailment Petition Again Deferred. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Curtailment Petition Again Deferred. At Tuesday night's meeting of tho Council tho clerk again brought un der notice the petition tabled at the previous meeting asking for a curtailment of the area of the muni cipality. When tho document had been read the aldermen seemed no more inclined to enter into a dis cussion on the matter than they were at the previous meeting. Aid. Patterson, who was not present at the meeting a fortnight earlier, apjiesu'ed to be ignorant o£ the fact that tho petition was be fore tho Council at that meeting, notwithstanding the publicity given U> it by flic local press. lie said the document was a lengthy one, and it contained contentious assert ions, that were to his mind untrue, and could bo easily refuted. But :t. was a rather big job to tackle that niglit. In justice to the petition ers and tho ratepayers ho thought it should be held over for consid eration as a special matter at next meeting, and ho moved to that ef fect. Aid. Sam seconded the mot i...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKK 1\ ; The Uq operative Wool and Produce Company, Ltd., report that values for j sheepskins are unchanged. Light weight i hides at times are weaker, but other weights are lirm. Tallow is practically ; unchanged. Rabbit skins arc very firm, j with an upward tendency. i _ The Pastoral Finance Association, Lim itcd, report that at the last auctions 38,227 \ sheep skins were forward as compared j with 45,600 at the previous sale. The * usual buyers were present, and tha market, i though at times a little irregular, was i without material change from the previous i Week. }

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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