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Keeping Unclean Stables. MR. S.[?]. LAWSON'S CONVICTION. APPLICATION TO REDUCE FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

Keeping Unclean Stables. MR. S.J. IjAW.SOX'S CONVICTION. APPLICATION TO REDUCE FINE. The correspondence read at the Council meeting oil Tuesday night included a let ter from the Department of lhe Attorney General covering an application made through Mr. J. P. Lynch, member for lhe district, by Mr. S- J. Lawson, licensee of the Federal Hotel, for a reduction of the fine of £5 and costs recently imposed upon him at Forbes Police Court on an inior mation laid by the Inspector of Nuisances, of not having kept the hotel stable up to the standard of cleanliness required by the Local Government ordinances. Mr. Lawson 111 his letter to Mr. Lynch wrote as follows:—" Dear Jack—I have been strongly advised and teel it my duty to appeal to you for assistance to the mis judgment which took place in this Court House last Tuesday, (January 23rd). To understand i will make reference that Sour of us hotelkeepers were lined for having unclean stables, myself, Clifford's, Atkins, and Mrs. Fogarty. Mys...

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

THE .ELEPHANTS .AND -THE ORANGES. The discovery of a .sense of huinour'in dumb animals may owe nnicli to the ob server's imagination, but the following case seems to show plainly that an pie-: pliant can take a joke. ; An old showman was asked by the little daughter of a friend for a private view of the pachyderms attached to the show under his mnnagemej&. Accordingly, olio morning the manager took the little girl to the elephant quarters. The child car ried an armful of oranges for the beasts. When tho two reached tho entrance to the enclosure, tho elephants scontcd the fruit, and thereupon sot up such a trum peting that the little girl, frightened, dropped tho oranges. As he gathered up the oranges, the showman found that he had just thirteen. There wero four elephants. Walking along the line, lie gave one orange to each elephant. When lie had given an orango to the fourth elephant, ho turned and was about to begin again from that end, when it suddenly occurred to him (hal...

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

SlXCKSSPdi IjOCAIj SsTUDKNT. The first Government Farrcr scholarship at the Hawkesbury College has been awarded to Master James P, Sheltou, son of Mr. R. Shclton, Chairman of the Forbes Local Land Board. The scholarship, which was established in memory of the late William Fairer, the noted wheat ex perimentalist, is valued at £91, and covcrs a three years' course at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College at Richmond, com mencing from the beginning of this month. The examination was participated in by eight or nine candidates and the competi tion was very keen, only nine marks separating the first four. The successful candidate has been in attendance at the Sydney High School for the past three years, and has now gone into residence at the Hawkesbury College.

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

IMMIGRATION. Australia's Progress. 'Tin: Director of tins New South Wales Immigration Mini Tourist I'.ureau has liad a return prepared showing the number of iirrlviils into the States un der Ili(! Assisted Immigration Regula tions of IIm> various (iovernmenls. Tlu.' figures are compiled from returns furnished hy I he Immigration Kureaux in the l'csj»u«rIiv<* Slates. The following table allows at a glance the progress made during the past live years:— A KS i st ia) IM M1 < i K A NTS. 1007 1908 1909 ifJIO 1911 Total N.S.W. Vic. Ij'hUKl. W.A. Vciir'H Tutiil. 2,917 127 1,170 9-19 5,109 3,018 300 1,975 1,130 0,519 4, .SOS 652 3,501 1,359 9,820 5,058 1,090 0,918 3,115 10,781 9,922 0,9:58 12,873 9,552 39,285 25,25:) 9,767 20,443 10,111 77,574 So tliat; in live years New South Wales has gained 25,25:! assisted im migrants, and Australia 77,571. This State has succeeded In getting Jl'i.ii per cent, of the arrivals into Australia dur ing that period.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIVE MILE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

FIVE MILK KOAl> KAC10. The Forbes Federal Bicyclc Club ran a ' five mile bicycle road rate on Wednesday j afternoon, along the Bogan Gate road Seven members of the club took part, and the result was a win for F. G. White I, T. Burke 2, and T. Curry 3.

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

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

COMING TO FORBES. Orange "Advocate" repoits that the friends of Mr R. Edge will regret the de parture from Orange of that gentleman, who had been employed by a firm of coachbuilders there for the past six years Mr. Edge, who has the reputation of be ing a first class mechanic, has been engaged by Mr. F. W. Gaggin, of Forbes> and entered that firm's employment this week. The " Advocate" speaks of Mr. Edge as having proved a useful citizen, being ever ready to lend willing assistance to any public movement for the better ment of the town. He was a member of the Town Band, the Fire Brigade, the Premier Dramatic Club, and in connection with these institutions rendered valuable service to the town. Mr. Edge possesses vocal gifts of no mean order, and has al- j ways responded when asked to contribute to musical programmes. His friends will wish him success in his new venture.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ROMANCE OF MISSIONS. Humour, Adventure, and Peril in Foreign Climes. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

THE ROMANCE OF MISSIONS. Humour, Adventure, «aud Peril in Foreign Climes. Dr. Farrer, late Bishop of Antigua, tells how oil 0110 occasion ho was making a pas toral visitation among tlio islauds that go to form his diocese. His parishionors in a certain place were anxiously await ing his coming, and crossing l'rom one island to another he encountered rather bad weather. Is curing the island he saw his dusky parishioners waving to him, singing at (he top of their voices, and dancing for joy at the prospect of meeting their white father. The swell outside the island was so great that the frail boat containing tho Bishop could not approach the land. Tho Bishop was determined to get 011 shore, and asked one of his attendants to carry him to land. The native agreed, but evi dently did not realise that Bishop Farrer was over six feet in height and broad in proportion. He, however, stepped boldly into the sea, and started to reach tho shore. When half-way there he suddenly gasped for breath...

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

CK. HEA.NKV OX TOL'K, The Bega "Budget" of the 10th inst., contains a letter written by Mr. It. J.. Heauey, of Forbes, giv ing his opinion of the famous Brown Mountain, which is adjacent to the late residence of the editor of the "Laclilander." Mr. lleaney, : who recently toured the South Coast, district, is rapturous in his praise of the scenic beauty of the mountain. Among other things he says: "I have not seen anything to equal the beaut fiul foliage and fern bowers either in this State or "Victoria, and 1 doubt very much if some of its beauty spots could be surpassed in the Commonwealth. With regard to the view of the beautiful South Coast district from this spot, I do not think it could be surpassed anywhere." We can fully endorse your opinion, Mr. JJeuney.— -".Lachlander."

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY THE TEETH DECAY. Here's One Authority Who Lays it to Lime Starvation. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

WHY THE TEBTH DECAY. Here's One Authority Who Lays it to Lime .Starvation. "Tilt1 almost universal decay ol' Hie teeth is proof positive that our nation is Huifering linn.1 starvation,'' writes a chem istry lecturer in tin: " Dietetic and Hygien ic Gaze! to.' " Kighty-iive per (."'lit. of the schoolchildren of Louisvilic have bad ly decayed teeth. "Our dentists prescribe tooth washes and tooth pastes, advocate: local hygiene, /iil cavities and lit bridges, and all this time ignore the fact that the basic cause is lime starvation. "Dentists will tell you that the sugar you take in your mouth acts directly upon your teeth. Dentists shut their eyes to the evident fact Unit decay starts lirst in the (in 1 J* beneath the intact enamel and honey-combs the interior tooth until the shell-like bridge of enamel breaks beneath the strain, "The; enamei gives absolute protection against the external attacks of acids and sugar. 1 have immersed sound teeth for months iu a solution of fruit acids a...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In and Around Sydney. Written Specially for Country Readers. NEXT PLEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

—T In and Around Sydney. Written (Specially for Country Iloiulcrs. (By T.C.B.) NEXT PLEASE. A certain person of moro or less public renown, but not particularly well known to Australians, and re joicing in an unfamiliar patronymic, 33. G. Jellicoe, recently made a pub lic statement to the effect that Aus tralia was being ruined, not. by Chin esc cheap labor, but by labor legis lation and socialism. Another per son of more or loss public renown, and better known to Australians Sir George lieid—buckled on his armour and smote the allegation—if not. the alligator—with a dexterous high commissioner solar plexus blow Said Sir George, among other things: "Tlie character, intelligence, and public spirit ol' tlio whole Labor party, both State and Federal, 1 have, even when fighting them, boor compelled to acknowledge.," It has a high-flown sound until read in conjunction with the following, also the eloquent Sir George s: "Tho AttB tralian people . of all classes aro clear-sighfed, self-rel...

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shire Councils and Income Tax. MR. DACE[?]'S RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

I - ■ ~ Shire Councils and Income Tax. 3IK. DACEI'S JtiETOKT. It will bo remembered that at ilieir Just meeting Jemalong Shire Council resolved to co-operate with other similar bodies in a protest against the new income tax impos ed by the .Labor Government. The protest h.aa been brought under the notice of the State Treasurer, Mr J. K. Daeey, who in the course of a defence of the legislation, spoke thus facetiously: "A blister would navo more effect on a wooden leg than the income tax will have on farmers." He criticised "the cool request" that the Government should grant immunity from taxat ion to the wealthy residents of •shires, which, he declared, was but "the mouthing of platitudes about the poor farmers and tenants (who are iw>t touched by the income tax) in order to surreptitiously protect the wealthy from taxation." "li," lie went on, "residents in shires are not in receipt of incomes exceeding £300 or £500 a year, as the case may be, why all this indignation about a mat...

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

Sheriff Street Wine Depot. R. R. SPENCEK, • BEGS to notify the people of Forbes and District that ho has Openod an Up-to-dato V/ino Depot IN SHERIFF STREET, in premtBcs adjoining Messrs. J. B. Rby mind and Sons' Branch Stores (oppoait Victoria Square). Colonial Wines ok all Kinds Ktooked and Supplied eithkk, Retail or Wuolesale. A TRIAL, SOLICITED. V, THROATS llllllllllllllllllllllllllfiMIIIJIIIIlllilllllUI Heame9s Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. SufS rers from Bronchitis, Ctuigh, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the cheit, experience delightful ana rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where Coughs" have, on ...

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

A CONSTABLE CONUKATULATED. In tlio cage Jones v. Jones, on a charge of wife desertion, heard at the Polico Court on Tuesday, Sen lor-Constable Justelius, of Eugow ra, gave evidence for complainant. At the conclusion of his evidence the Police Magistrate remarked: "1 compliment you. Constable Justel ius, on the intelligent and straight forward .■way in which you give your evidence; it is a pleasure to hear such." Mr. Moloney, solicitor for complainant, "I endorse your Wor ship's remarks, and I have had a lot of dealing with the constable."

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

A LA ltM OF I<IKE. The fire bell clanged about a quarter to eight on Wednesday evening, and it ga*e even more than the usual start to residents as at the time a high wind was raging. But fortunately the threatened fire was promptly suppressed. The scene of the occurrence was at the rear of Messrs. Johnson & Sons' engineering establish ment, where a quantity of oid bagging was ignited by sparks from a fire in the vicini ty that had not previously been extin guished. A crowd hurried to the spot, but all danger of a serious conflagation was quickly past.

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

| THE FINAL CIUCKET MATCH. The fiual match of the Forbes Cricket Association competition is to be played to-day (Saturday) on the cricket ground, between the two local cluba. The teams selected are as follows:—South Forbes: J. J. Walsh, J. J, Green, J. S. Shiels, J. Thomas, H, Coram, H. Ellis, P. Ell is, E. Boulton, E. Green, T. Sutton, R. Emmett, A. Sutton (12). Forbes: O. Elliott, V. Elliott, F. Gaggin, C. Gaggin, J. Hyslop, F. Farrand, S. Summers, F. Sly, . C. Madden, C. Hunter, A. D. Steveson, Reserves: M. Martel, W. Tuohey.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLAINTIFFS NON-SUITED. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

PLAINTIFFS NOX-SUITlil). In (.lie Small. Debts Court on Tues day the Police Magistrate had to adjudicate on -two claims against a contractor, George Brown, lor wag es in connection with work done in the renovation in August 1910, at Forbes gaol. Thomas Ellison claim ed 12 11b, but the defence was that the claimant worked for Henry Rogerson, who had a sub-contract. The second claim was by Itogerson for £3 Us, balance of wages.. The plaintiff in each case was non-suit ed. Mr. Reymond appeared for de fendant.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOGAN GATE HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

UOOAN GATE HARVEST FKSTIVA!/. At the Methodist Church at Rogan Gate last Sunday morning the Rev. A. W. Parton conducted a most successful har vest festival service. The church in which new seating accommodation has just been provided, was very nicely decorated with a variety of farm, garden, and orchard produce. The service was largely attend ed, and was of a most helpful character throughout. Special singing was rendered and the Rev. Mr. Parton gave an appro priate discourse. The offertory was on a most liberal scale, including a number oi golden coins, Harvest festival services were also planned to be held at Truodle on the same afternoon and evening, but the local church workers deemed it advis able to postpone the celebration until the en<£ of March, when it is anticipated that successful services will be held.

Publication Title: Forbes Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF AN EX-FORBES RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 17 February 1912

DEATH OF AN KX-FORBICS kbsioknt. We (Orange " Advocate "} have to an nounce the death of a pioneer, Mr. Abra ham McLean, an old Forbesite, but well known in Orange. The deceased was a brother of the late Mrs. G. McKay, of Collvrood, and therefore an uncle of Mr. H. K. McKay, Mayor of Orange, and his brothers and sisters, lie died at his resi dence, North Sydney, from an internal complaint, and leaves a wife and a large ■?rown-up family. Six months ago he consulted an Orange medico with respect to an operation for the removal of his trouble, but was advised that he could hold out no hope. Ho was a brother-in law of Messrs. William and James Cooraber, of East Orange, and had lived in North Sydney for about three years.

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

Sydney Sporting Letter. ]! V L.OOK.KK ON. "The Looker-on Sees moist of tho game." THK TIUU'. Saturday's .Moorel'ield meeting was mnrkeil by heavy going-, show cry weather, and, in five events, small fields. But, there boing no pony opposition, the i'ixturo drew a big crowd. Seven ran for the Flying Ildcp., fjfur., for which the imported 4-yr. olcl Hallowmas (Martagon—Hallo ween), trained by II. Breiman for J, Brcnnan, had been widely tipp ed, It wa8 his first appearance here, and there was au early rush to "get on a good thing." At the close, however, Beetive was 5 to 1 favorite with Hallowmas and Pero nella, next at 3's. Sweet Boy had: a little, support at 8's, and the] impossible of the party was Psyttyx at 20 to 1 (offered). Lady Mcda let (quite a different aiiimal from Ladx Medallist) made the running into the: straight, where they bun ched, and Shauahan got Psyttyx 7-*J home by a liead .froui Peronella 7-4, who beat Beetive, -9-0, by a head, with Hallowmas a close fourth. The w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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