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SUCCESSFUL FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
SUCCESSFUL FARMING. Mr Alex. Anderson, of Pine Vale, Daroobalgie, goes in for wheat growing and dairying, the latter being under the care of Mrs Anderson, whose excellent butter finds a market anywhere. The vicissitudes of farming are exemplified in the result of his crops for the past two seasons. In the harvest of 1910 he took off 40 bushels to tlie acre from 100 acres, and received 3/6 a bushel for it, which is equal to £ 7 an acre—a fine return for the wheat grower. The last harvest yielded only 12 bushels per acre .off the sahie 100 acres, whilst some of nis other land under wheat yielded still less, some of it giving only two bushels to the acre. He looks forward to a good crop next season, when he will have about 600 acres of wheat in. Last year he had about 1000 acres under crop, and he is now fallowing 200 acres, and massacring the weeds.
RABBITEES' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
RABBITEES' STRIKE. A telegram hag been received by the union secretary to the effect that Mr J. C. "Watson had decided to accept the chair at the conference between the Exporters and Union delegates, to be held in Sydney to-day. A number of trappers at Blayney who accepted the Freezing Company's of.fer have again left work, being unable to make a living at the price offered. At a large meeting at Bathurst, all present decided to continue the strike. An independent firm at Mudgee are paying 5d per pair all round, which, is 20 per cent, over that being offered by the Association of Exporters.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
PERSONAL. Dr, F. Calder, vho for a number of years officiated at the Associated Racing Clubs' meetings, and who has been ill for some time past, is in a very low condition at his home in Croydon, near Sydney. Dr. Calder was for many years resident in Forbes. Miss Mildred Barker, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. Barker, proceeds to Sydney to the Burwood Ladies' College, with the purpose of preparing for her'imatriculation examination. She has studied for the past two years under Miss Molster:, at the local public school, and will be remembered as the winner of the prize essay on Forbes at last show. ' Miss Barker commenced school life with" Miss Lilian Clark, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. P. Clark, and Miss Una Woods, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. M. Woods. They were then pupils of Miss Lucy Morris, and together went from the latter's care to the public school. To make the coincidence more complete, they are now leaving simultaneously for Sydney schools, though this time they will not study under t...
THROUGH THE DISTRICT. OUT BOGAN GATE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
THROUGH THE DISTRICT. OUT BOGAN GATE WAY. (By Our Travelling Representative). The storm which swept over the town and district on Monday of' last week was particularly sev.ere in the Bedgerabong and Gunning district^, the wind in many cases carrying away iron roofs, etc., and the accompanying lightning levelling many giants of the forest. The rainfall varied from 20 points on the river at Bed\x=req-\ gerabong, to one inch at M'Cann's, over near Bogan Gate, and around Gunning Gap 80 points fell. The wheat having been garnered, rthe farmer is now busy ploughing. A fair amount of new ground is being broken up for next season, and many farmers in this district will have a fair proportion of fallow under crop. The up-to-dateness of our present day farmer is demonstrated in the number of new telephones that have of late been installed throughout the Forbes district, and a line, now under construction- from Bogan Gate, will serve a number of settlers in Daisy Park and Gunning. Along the Bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
ij LEADING COACHBUILDER, LACHLAN STREET, FORBES. Awarded at the Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W., Sydney, Show, 1911— 1st Prize Tray Buggy. Special Prize Best Four-wheeled Vehicle. Gold Medal (the only gold medal . awarded) for Champion Light Vehicle at the exhibition. This distinction has never before been won by a coachbuilder in the west. ' RULE BRITANNIA! Come One. Come All! And make the HOTEL VICTORIA your House of Call. I, E. NOCK, follow the Japanese by-word, "Keep your house in order," and being a mariner by profession, with 35 years' experience at sea, I flatter myself that I am able to keep my house in order. Our beautiful English fleet owes its success to strict discipline and order, without which there is no success. Don't forget that your house is your fortification, so fear not. Let me also draw your attention to my AERATED WATER PLANT. It is the fifth of its kind landed from America, and is the most up-to-date in the market, and with it I can produce quality that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
WANTED, A Man with Good Team to ^Plough 120 Acres Land. J. J. SWEENEjVT, Wilberlroy. Bathurst Turf Cilub ANNIVERSARY MEETING^ FRIDAY and SATURDAY Bleveu Events. 2 Grand xlays' Sport Assured. j R. M. LINDSAY, Secretary'. TOWN HALL? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 84 6622—FEET OP FILMS—6622. The Finest Films Ever Screened Forbes. Some of Our Star Subjects:—1-n the Wilderness, Night of Terror, Pa£j\x=req-\ $ra, The Sin Unpardonable, His Sia\x=req-\ ter-in-Law, The Scarecrows, Heff Secret, Brousse (the city of one hun-l dred mosques), Dr. Charlie as a Sur-' geon, Bag of Monkey Nuts. POPULAR PRICES. F. H. BROOK, Manager. PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. .. SERVICES FOR JANUARY. January 28th.—Forbes, 11 a.m. aiu 8 p.m.; Daroobalgie, 3.15 p.m. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. SUNDAY, JANUARY 28,1912." Forbes, 11. a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Bad Yamma, 3 p.m.—Rev. T. D Dunstan. Fffield, 11 a.m.;-Gillenbine, 3.30 p.m.; Trundle, 7.30 p.m.—Rev. Carus Caton. SALES BY AUCTION. Monster Horse Sale. Wiu !\ COLES. AND CO. hold a Monster Horse ...
HOLIDAY ON A BIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
HOLIDAY ON A BIKE. Mr H. Jamleson, of the engineer brancji of the Electric Telegraph Department, while on holiday from Soulb'urn, where he is stationed, has chosen to spend that holiday on his bicycle. Starting from Goulburn, he pedalled west to Cootamundra, thence to Temora, thence north-west to Wya\x=req-\ long. Here he shot across country east to Grenfell, and then north-west to Forjies, arriving on Saturday night, having covered 320 miles. He left on Sunday for Canowindra, and thence his track will lie through Orange, via Blayney, to Bathurst, and over the mountains by wheel to Sydney.
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Prices at Homebush yesterday were as follows: — Sheep.—Prime (late shorn) merino w 11/6 to 13/-; prime (early shorn) merino w 13/6 to 15/-, extra prime 15/7 to 16/6; good shorn merino w and h 9/- to 11/-; medium and light (shorn) merino w and h 4/2 to 7/6; prime (shorn) merino e 10/6 to 11/6; extra prime (early shorn) merino e 12/6 to 13/-; good (shorn) meri 8/- to 9/~, medium (shorn) me e 4/-' to 6/6; prime (early sho crossbred w and h 15/- to 16/ extra prime 17/6 to 17/-; good (early shorn) crossbred w and h 11/6 to 13/-; medium and light (shorn) crossbred w and n 8/- to 9/6; prime (early shorn) crossbrec e 11/6 to 12/7; extra prime crossbred e 13/\x=req-\ to 15/3, odd pens to 17/1; good (shorn) crossbred e and h 9/6 to 11/-; medium and light 7/6 to 8/6. Lambs.—Prime woolly lambs and suckers 10/7 to 11/6, extra prime 12/6 to 13/6; prime shorn lambs 9/7 to 10/6; good suckers and woolly lambs 7/- to 8/6; medium and light suckers and lambs 4/6 to ,5/6. Cattle.—Y...
BENA. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
(From Our Own Correspondent). The weather of late has been most oppressive. On Monday last, 108 to 110 degrees were recorded, while yesterday and to-day the thermometer reached 106. Master Reg. Ridley, son of Mr Win. Ridley, "Grenoble," captured no less than 15 foxes in'sir consecutive days. Reynard gets a pretty rough handling at the hands of young Ridley with his pack of 18 dogs. Rumour, has it that a property of about 4000 acres in this district will change hands shortly. Bena cricket club intend playing Billy's Lookout on the 26th instant, Anniversary Day. Anniversary Day is the day set apart for the opening of the Lookout Hall. Besides sports, etc., in the day time, a concert and dance will- be held at night. However, I will have a "chip" at the "Look\x=req-\ outers" and their doings on that day in my next. 21/1/12.
GRIST FOR THE MILLS. MORE WHEAT TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
GRIST FOR THE MILLS. MORE WHEAT TEAMS. Three large bullock teams, drawing huge table-top waggons, each laden with 150 bags of wheat, passed through the town yesterday, and' formed a spectacle which was watched with interest by the townsfolk. After smashing through the 18 inches of concrete in the main street protecting a fire-plug, the teams lined up, opposite the Hotel Victoria, and "had their pitcher took" by the ubiquitous photographer. Two of the teams were the property of the Grieves bro-' thers, of Mylandra and Mylandra Parle, and consisted of . 2 6 bullocks, each four abreast, drawing the wag\x=req-\ gons "King of the Road" and "Pride of the West," and were described in this paper last' week. The third waggon, which was also laden with wheat from Grieves' brothers' farms was called "Defiance." It is -the property of Mr J. Banks, of Lucky Ridge, and was drawn by the famous old Weelong team—the most even and biggest bullocks in a team of twenty in the State. They were _ yoked t...
ACCIDENT TO RAILWAY GUARD. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
ACCIDENT TO RAILWAY GUARD. Mr John Caston, railway guard, whilst travelling on his maiL train from Forbes to Orange, on Friday night last, met with an accident at Manildra, by which he received a severe shock and broke his right arm, happily escaping further injuries. The door of the brake van, against which he was leaning, and which had not been securely fastened, suddenly flew open, and he was shot out on to the railway line. On being picked up, he was conveyed in a sleeper car to Sydney, where his home is, to undergo repairs.
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET^ f There wefe' 100 iruckloads of forage and grain for sale at the railway goods shed yesterday. The tone of the chaff and hay markets was much healthier than on Friday last, while maize plumes itself on its superior value by realising the interesting price of 4/6J. : v. Chaff excited , more general1 competition, and a comparative improvement was noticeable on both wheaien and oaten qualities. The formei\x=req-\ realised from 4/3 to 5/8, while values for oaten chaff ranged between 4/5 and 5/7. A slight appreciation in the hay ' market was evident. Mudgee bales went off at 4/-, 4/3, and 4/6, yet an auctioneer had to pass in 38 bales of choice stuff from that district at 4/2. Oaten hay was not rushed by buyers, 6/- and 4/3 beihg realised for two truckloads. Rye straw sold well at 5/6.
OFFICIAL OPENING OF A NEW GARAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
OFFICIAL OPENING OF A NEW GARAGE. Messrs Summers and Peppercorn, whose garage in Rankin-street was recently the admiration of a number of Sydney visitors, are waiting for their new floor to set thoroughly before having an official opening in about a fortnight of the new garage, with its electric lit premises, illuminated by their own recently installed machinery. Due notice will be given of the exact date or' this opening, when..?1^-iriotorists will be invrte&y'and all who are accidentally overlooked will be equally welcome. All cars on that occasion will be stored free of charge.
OBITURARY. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 23 January 1912
The death occurred at Eugrowra on Sunday, from a paralytic stroke of Mrs Julia Maria Chatman, aged 64, relict of the late Mr James Chatman, &nbsp; who died about five years ago. The &nbsp; pair were very old residents of Eu- &nbsp; gowra, and they leave behind them five sons and four daughters, all grown up. Deceased was burie in the Church of England portion of the Eugowra cemetery yesterday, the graveside service being read by the Rev. Carus Caton. Mr W. E. Luthje conducted the funeral arrangements.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 26 January 1912
GENERAL. The return match between Trajere and Goolagong will take place on the former's,wicket on Saturday, 27th inst. ■-' Rumour has it that Mr V. Green\x=req-\ halgli purposes entering the services of the Police Department as footman. We wish the genial "Vic." every success in his enterprise.
[?] A DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Forbes Advocate — 26 January 1912
rom. Our Own Representative). A DEPARTURE. Mr Victor Messner, who for .the past IS months has been in charge of the Galway public school, has received word of his removal to Mun gery, IS miles from Peak Hill. Universal regret will Jje felt by the Galway parents, as well as those acquainted with him in private life, at his departure, for "Vic." was voted a "good fellow," highly esteemed by all, and, above ail, "will be deeply missed by his scholars, who were much attached to their teacher, and ^o them. Mr Messner leaves the f/ool in a most creditable condition Educationally, and carries away with 11111 the best wishes of his many friends for a happy and prosperous areer in his new home.