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[?] IN [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
HTlQCnifraiE UN OttUROII.. 1 A -writer in tlie " ;~\Ves!minptcr Gazette" has di«x>vered that in 1S2S a certain " pro fessor of dann'iia;, ifencing, &v„" in a northern town puibfohed " Instructions in MtiqueUe, Tivtended for the Use of Schools and Young Persons." "From time to time Ohis professor had been asked for advice. illis book consists mainly of Hie answers lie gave, tun-fully prin1 ed. Kint of nil, puiblic devotion :— Question : "illow outfit 'I to sit. and de mean mjvel.f in a plaoe of woivdiip Answer : Pit perfectly square and tup right ; look not to the rijflvt or lnft, but attend only to tlie service of your book ; nolJiing c-an 1k> more unlbrcomiiifj in any one, lint more particularly in ladies and gentlemen, who. 'from their education and' situation in life, onjjht to sot a bettor example to tihoMe ol inJorior rank, tl'an lolling, slrepin^, tralliing, or indulging ill any mmitar improprieties. lx-t not-liing draw your attention from tAie solemn occu pation...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
Winchcombe Carson report for week ended 171(1 February that for sheep skins, while some irregularity was shown, prices are practically unaltered. Quo - tations : Full wools 6.|'d to fid, medium wools 5d to 6'/2(l, shorts 3'^dto sJ-^d, pelts 3!d to 3M'I. Crossbreds, coarse to line, 5d to ?d. Lambs, 4%d to d per lb. Rabbit skins showed strong demand at full rates A larger supply could easily be absorbed. Prime Udtoi2d, good &lt;jj to lo%d, medium 7d to 8}d, milky doe 5id to 7d, kitten 4d to sd, mixed and stale 6d to 7d per lb. N.S.W. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS CHEAP EXCURSION TO MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6rii. /"II-IEAP EXCURSION TICKETS at £2 6s First Class and £1 13s Second Class single and £3 tos First Class i'2 10s Second Class Return will be issued to Melbourne by Train leaving Forbes at 4.50 p.m. 011 Wednesday, March (3d), passengers travelling via Ulayney, and going forward from Harden by Mail train. The Melbourne Tickets will be available for return by any train (except the...
Caledonian Society Presentations. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
Caledonian Society Pr tations. ^ to, the valedictory inaction tendered to Mr. Ceoi'go Gorman on Thursday night- > tUepvesentations were , made of: the medals won by tiie . xtfoal. competitors at the Cale donian sports on Mew Year's ' day. The .i>ey. J. McDowell occupied the chair, y,hd the juvenile competitors received; at his hands their prizes-as .follows:; Highland Idling, lassies: un der 10. (presented by Mr. Wallace Hunter), liita Green- 1, Jessie :I-Iufr chison 2; laddies, \V. McConville.M;. W. Hutchison 2 (donated by Rav. J. McDowell). Lassies over 10' and . under .10, Annie, Hutchison: !,■: ddu Callaghan 2 (donated by Mr. A. J. Baldock); laddies, \V. Hutchison • 1, \V. McConvillo 2 (donated by Mr, \V. 'jiunojit), -Highland^ Ileel, lass ies'under .•l.(5f."Ilita',.-6reen'--l-,'rA;«Hut¥: chison 2 ;;(donated by Mr. 1I.; John son); laddies, W. McCouville 1,'"\V. Hutchison 2 (donated by Mr. J. J. 'AValdron). .SwoVd .dance, -Rita Green 1, Jessie •• Hutchison 2 ulonated by" Mr...
FIRE AT EUGOWRA. FOUR BUILDINGS DESTROYED. A MIDNIGHT OUTBREAK. £600 DAMAGE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
FIRE AT EUGQWRA. K J5LUiIM.\(;s JMSTUOl'lil). A MIDNIGHT OUTBREAK. £000 DA-MAGji UONU. A very serious firu is reported Iroiu iCugowra us having occurred bteween , one and two o'clock on Tnursday morning. .b'onr buildings were, destroyed, comprising a bil- j liard room, news ayency shop, anil 1 .hair-cu'essing saloon occupied by Mr. W. J. Kerr; a i'ruit sJiop and dwelling occupied by Mrs. Langi'ord; and an'unoccupied shop, the proper iy: oi:'Mrs./Maher; Ail these are located opposite vijaneyrie's - Club-House Hotel,' and ic was l'rom this' piuce that the con •liagration ■■ was sfirst -noticed; So fur as can bo ascertained .the» outbreak was first observed 'it the. rear of Mr Kerr's liairdressing saloon. With the exception of Mrs Mail er's unoccupied premises, tho walls oi which were of lJisoy material, all the. structures were weatherboard ones, and. hence the report that the •lire was "short ■ and. sweet":can . be appreciated to the full. • The. total amount of damage is reported - ...
THE BEST DRINK OF ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
THE BEST DRINK OF AI,L. The very best drink in hot weather is O.T. With plain cold water or aerated drinks, iced if desired, it makes a blend that is really thirst -quenching and satisfy ing. For the moment O.T. warms ihe palate, but it leaves you cooler afterwards. By using this beverage you escape the risk of impurities in water and the possible ill effects on the stomach of cold draughts. One bottle of O.T. makes 20 drinks. Many imitations are sold for O.T., but they do not possess its merits.*
THE PROPOSED CROP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
THE I'KOl'OSE!) CROP CO.WETI TK)X. At a meeting of the show committee on Thursday morning a letter was read from Mr. M. J. Smith, secretary of the Farmeis and Settlers' Association, conveying the resolution of the association at their last monthly meeting asking the committee to include in the schedule for next show a prize for the best crop of wheat, oats or hay, taken from an area of 50 acres 01 more from farms in the Forbes district. The committee resolved that the matter should be deferred till next metting, as it was thought advisable that it should be considered by a fuller attendance of mem j bers than was then present.
DEATH OF ANOTHER EX-RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
DEATH OJ^ ANOTHEK EX-KKS 1DEXT. Tlie death is announced as hav ing occurred in Sydney 011 Wednes day oi' Mr. Willia.ru Jobson, u well known ex-resident of Forbes, who was manager of the Bank of New South Wales here for many years. The deceased gentleman passed away at his residence at Bondi. He retired from the service of the bank several years ago, owing to failing sight. For a number of years he continued to reside in Forbes, but some 12 months since lie chang ed his Abode to tho metropolis. Dur ing his long residence here the late Mr. Jobson took a keen interest in sporting matters, and occupied the positions of treasurer of the Picnic Itace Club, and also of the Forbes Jockey Club. He was a man of very pronounced views, and was oi the strictest intiegit.v, and was held in the highest esteem by all sections of the community. The deceased was married whilst living in Forbes to Miss ltitehie, who came from the South Coast district, and the issue of the marriage was two daughters. T...
Valedictory to Mr. G. Gorman. ENTERTAINED BY CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
Valedictory to Mr Gorman. KNTiOKX.U.NKU liV CAMiDOMAN SOCIETY. At .Mr. Mclicod's refreshment roomy in Huukia-airecL on iiunsciay night u gai'nering of tne members of the I'oructj Caledonian aomoiy was uoiu ioi' ilie purpose ot iucIil ing a vuiouiciory presentation to lv.tr. (jfor^e' Uonnan, ivlio, with his wito and ianjiiy, win shortly be leaving tne uistrioi. The attendance was somewhat liuerlered with by the ex cessive neat ch tne evening, uui nev eruieiess mere was a representative • garnering, . in the aDsence of the cuier 01 uie ■ society ( Air. Wallace Hunter), who was in Sydney, and also ot Rev. J. McDowell, owing to indisposition, the c'uair was. occupied by Air. Frank Wail. IIeNhad on his: right the guest ol the evening, with the Mayor, Alderman,lid wards, -in the vice-cliair. The first toast, that o£ tho King, was enthusiastically honored, and then 3Ir. Bates proposed the toast of the Highland Society, to which Mr. J. Tuohey,' treasurer, made a briet response. Tlie next to...
Forbes Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
Forbes Rifle Club. Shooting in the competition for the Major McDonnell rifle and the trophies presented by Messrs. Baldock and Murphy was continued on Wednesday, with the appended results J. Fielder P. Ford J. Jenkinson C. Buckland D. Hansard A. McDougail Ji Hwi . j 200 31 32 27 27 33 $1 300 28 2 9 2 7 28 26 35 » IIcp. scr 1 2 3 4 ser ver.
FORBES MUSICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
J'OKUES MUSICAL SOCIETY. The selection committee of For bes Musical Society held a meeting during the week, for the purpose of allotting the princii>al parts for the performance of the "Pirates of Penzance." They were, however, un able to complete this difficult task, as so many members have almost equal claims for consideration.' Some of the parts were allotted, but until the full selection is made the result will not be made public. There will lie no rehearsal next Monday, but a rehearsal for ladies and gentlemen will take place on Wednesday night.
FORBES STOCK RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
I'OKIiJLIS STOCK JKJSXL'JRN. The complete returns compiled by (he local stock inspector, Mr. W. G. Dowling, as to tlie number of stock, iu the Forbes ..Pastures Protection Board district, -were made available on Wednesday, as follows: Horses, 19,7 20; cattle, 23,578; sheep, 1,17S,991. On comparison with 1909 and 1910, the returns sliow a decided tailing off in sheep and cat tle, and an increase in horses. The preceding two years' figures are as follows:—1909: Horses, 16,135; cattle, 31,13(5; slieep, 1,41S,672. 1910: Horses, 17,330;. cattle, 29,063 sheep, 1,373,809.
THE BOARD OF CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
THE BOARD OF CONTROL. New South Wales has survived the ca lamities of droughts and bush fires, Hoods arid devastation, strikes and industrial paralysis, but the most staggering blow it has ever yet received is its defeat in the test matches. It appears to be taken for granted that Sydney's present generation will never completely recover i'rcm the effects of this paralysing stroke. Probably a Commission will be appointed to inquire into the cause of the national disaster, but in the meantime the Australian cap tain has thrown a flicker of light upon the dark mystery of the Australians' defeat. According to Mr. Clem. Hill the defeat of Australia was brought about largely by the Board of Control. The Board of Control says Mr. Hill, "got on the players'nerves."
FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
FORECASTS. February Stakes, 6 furlongs — Ocean Blue I, Lady Olwen 2, Malt Rose 3. Granville Stakes, 1 mile—Silver Havoc I, May Dance 2, Sunspray 3. Nursery Handicap, 5 furlongs—Leta 1, Sheffield 2, Antho or Warman 3. Welter Handicap, 6 furlongs—Alured I, George Gunn 2, Qaeen's Medallist or Ayreline 3. Rosehill Handicap, 1} mile—Chaste I, Lady Wilde 2, Crown Thistle 3. Parramatta Mile—Little Lill 1, C.H. 2 Arbor 3.
"THE WORST IN THE WORLD." [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
" THE WORST IN THE WORLD." " The manner in which the footpaths and the roadways are allowed to remain littered with scraps of dirty newspapers and other refuse is a disgrace. We boast about the progress made in the municipal government during the past ten years. In many respects we have net progressed in the least. The streets are a standing dis grace." If a visitor came over to Sydney from the " Cabbage Garden ' and passed pertinent remarks similar to the foregoing the defenders ot the "City of the Beautiful Harbour " would put on their war paint and proceed to vehemently denounce the offender. But the observations were made by the ex-Lord Mayor of Sydney, Aid. Hughes, who recently returned from an extensive trip abroad, and instead of an indignant and vigorous defence being put up the remarks will be quietly overlooked and soon forgotten. It does appear to be singular that the wealthy City Council fails notoriously to make Sydney a clean city. With every wind the dust nuisance is ...
A PRIZED POSSESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
A PRIZED POSSESSION. "Nerves" seem to be one of the most prized possessions of our time. There was a day when the people managed to get along first-rate without nerves in this land of sunshine ; they did without them in the same way that they did without electric lights, lifts and tramears. But now the Judt;e on the Bencli and the news boy on the street corner, the lady in the thousand pound motor car and the girl in the pickle factory, tiie speculator on the Stock Exchange and the crier at the picture show, the top-rung politician and the bottom rung municipal employee, the man of "artistic temperament," and the man with no temparament worth mention ing—all alike now have " nerves." These precious neives, too, have a slavish habit of always being in the way, and there's al ways somebody or something getting on to them. In the ten seconds conversation with the man you meet in the street op portunity has been wasted if he misses telling you about what has got on to his nerves.
WESTERN DISTRICT ROYAL SHOW EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
WKSXJBIIX DISTKICT KOl.AIi SHOW J5XHI1HT. Amongst the correspondence at the meeting of the P., A. and H. Sociaty com mittee on Thursday morning were com munications from I lie secretary of Bathurst society in reference to the Western district exhibit at ihe Royal Show in Sydney at Easter. It had been decided at a confer ence in Bathurst that the exhibit should again be sent to Sydney, and Mr. G, Tre vitt, of Peel, had been appointed to organ ise the trophy. It was also ."greed at the conference that each Western show socicty be asked to contribute £2 2s towards (he expenses. In discussing the matter a question was asked as to whether the Forbes district would be represented in the exhibit and Mr. Reymond, president expressed his intention of having a wine trophy as well as a bag of wheat, included in the exhibit. It was also likely that other exhibits would be sent, from Forbes. It was thereupon agreed to pay flag £2 g$ for icwards tbe apewpj.
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
LOCAL ITEMS. Lloyd and Collins, Sydney, announce that their representative will be showing the latest in Ladies and Gent's wear at the Albion Hotel to day (Saturday), and Mon day.* A public holiday was proclaimed in th's week's *' Gazette " for the Forbes and Parkes districts on March 8th, the second day of Forbes races. We are asked to remind clients of Mr, S A. Basser, the well known optical ex pert, as well as others with troublsome eyes, that his representative will pay the quarterly visit to Forbes on Monday, 5th March. Lachlan Shire Council invite ap plications i'or the position of valuer. Particulars as to duties are adver tised. Tenders are invited for, .the sup ply of 20 cords of firewood: to the Forbes lands office. Particulars as to the requirements appear in another column. ! Mr. Alexander McPhee, who was one time engaged in Forbes as a monumental mason, has returned here, and announces by advertisement that he is prepared to execute all kinds of monumental work. The nex...
The Forbes Times. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24th. THE FIRE SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
the Forbes Times. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 4 til. THE FIRE SCARE. It has been recommended to us that with tie frequent recurrence of fires of more or less destructive re sults in numerous parts of the coun try it would not be out of place to Issue a word of warning as to the necessity for the exercise of every caution and care to avoid any sim ilar catastrophe in Forbes. The sug gestion is one with which we gladly comply, particularly with the re port just to hand of the conflagrat ion at Eugowra 011 Thursday morn ing. The heat of this summer since the rains which passed over the State early in December has been of almost unprecedented continuity; ve have the statement of one resi dent of long standing in tlie town that lie cannot remember such a lengthy period of unbroken weather in January and February for 14 or 15 years past. During the past fort night many^ other parts of New South Wales have participated in a rainfall varying from half to over two inches, but not a drop of this has...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. SALE OF "WONG[?]." [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Times — 24 February 1912
LOCAL AMD GENERAL." S.VI/K OK "\VON(«A.iO.\X>." Messrs Hain it Scaright, Sydney (conjointly villi Messrs. Kenton, and Co., Hamilton, Victoria), report having sold for Mr. A. B. Triggs this well-known "Wongajong" lOstate, situated four nyles from Forbes, comprising t*.,r>01) acres Freehold, to gether with stock ami plant, thereon, l'urcnaser, Mr. George Laidlaw.