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Correspondence. Sydney's Grip.—How it Cripples the Country.—Goulburn Provides Example. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

Correspondence. [It must, be clearly understood that , we do not necessarily endorse the views of correspondents expressed hereunder.—Editor, "Echo." Sydney's Grip.—How (t Cripples the Country .^Goulburn Provides Ex ample. > (BY M. DIXON.) Recent happenings in Goulburn have demonstrated . more forcibly than .words could ever convey the .crippling influence on the^conntry of p»i»V2" * or °overanient who cal £ 5 eyery Uem of expenditure Sydney? ' H<w wln jt benefit If the answer does not give an as surance that the work will in some 1 way benefit the already overgrown ' and overcrowded metropolis it is I Promptly turned down. . . .public agitation in Gottl burn foi the acquisition by the Gov I for "aeHiff°h q1?, p,res?nt Showground Sa rnn - School site at a cost of £4io00 is wiell known. | ^Repeated representations were i made to the Minister.%Public meet ings were held, and dlputations ap pointed, but all to no purpose. Mr Bnmtnoll was unsympathetic from oi,w iS«Illng n...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

60LDSBR0UGH, MORTl CO. Ltd., SVOIEf; WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Write for WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K de L. CUDMORE, Manager. CHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager. Broadcasting Information TN keeping with the Progressive Spirit oE this Inventive Age, PITT, X SON & BADGERY'S (LTD.), STOCK*'AND WOOL MARKET RE PORTS, giving latest information, are being sent out daily by BROAD • CASTERS, LTD. . . These speedy reports are often of SPECIAL VALUE to the MAN ON THE LAND, and everyone equipped with a Receiving Set should take advantage of the Service afforded and regularly Tune in to Broad casters, Ltd., Call-2BL. N-'SvSSf8™® TITT, SON tr BUOSUn. SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL, PRODUCE, PIG & CALF SALESMEN, . • SYDNEY ! S. A. BURNS, IT TIMBER .MERCHANTS &" BUILDERS'- SUPPLIERS, T Verner Street - - - GOULBURN. •* Telephone 412. N WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT -...

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TARALGA ECHO. ITS WORTH AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

jjjTAKALGA ECHO. ITS WORTH AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. There are many advantages to be • derived by.'the community through ..the establishment o£ a local paper in any town.'' .;■■■: It: has been said that "the Press is Mightier than the Sword," and there is "a good deal of truth in this old adage. ■ Great reforms, which come slowly, can only be brought about by per sistent agitation, either by individu al or collective efforts through the. Press. 1 Carlisle says: "That those who read become thinkers, and in this way be come helpers, and thus a valuable ■asset to the town in which they re side." ,We all perhaps possess a desire to assist in the progress ot our town . and :'district, but we: may be just a ■little apathetic, or perhaps we were ■not acquainted with the fact that some important meeting had been held in connection with some ques tion that was of vital importance to the welfare of the town and district. Had our interest been only aroused our help might have been freely and u...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

Taralga A., P. and H. Association. Annual General Meeting. JNEXT WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5. -■ — : 1 ipHB ANNUAL GENERAL MEET-* ■ TNG of the above Association' Avill .be held in the FEDERAL,HALL, TARALGA, on above date at 8 • Business: . Adoption of Report and Balance-sheet, 1923-24; Nominations of Committee for the ensuing year. Immediately following above meet ing a SMOKE SOCIAL will be held All members and intending members, invited to be present. J. J. KEARNEY, Sec. TARALGA CINEMA' 32GS23 . FEDERAL MALL. Saturday, 1st November. TOM Mix WILL BE AT THE WILD WEST PICTURES. Don't Forget—Same Old TOM! In Guts, Burns & Scalds and all akin-disease or injury you san depend upon Zam-Buk. It's really astonishing how a\vi£tly and surely it banishes pain and soreness and grows now healthy skin. Zam-Buk is a puro antleeptla herbal balm possessing a very definite and important action on the skin. In itscharactornnd medicinal power it is altogether different from f&tty ointmcnt-a and c...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

PRESENTATION. A pleasing function in the form of a presentation of a silver cruet jvas made to Mr. Jack Kearney and Mrs. Kearney at their residence in Orcli-' ard-street on Monday evening. ' Mr. C. P. Goodliew (Band Secre tory), in making the 'presentation, said it was ifte first ^opportunity the Band members had of extending their hearty congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Kearney on their marriage. The members also felt that it was their bounden duty, the speaker said, of showing their grateful appreciation to both Mr. and Mrs. Kearney for their untiring efforts in connection with the Queen Competition on be half of the Band funds, which was an unqualified success. Though it was some time since the competition was held, the members were ever mindful of the services of Mr. and Mrs. Kearney had rendered on that occasion and on subsequent occasions Mr. Qoodhew concluded by wishing the recipients a prosperous and happy ■future. Messrs. Jack Dale, H. Merrifield, Jack Byrne, Alex Milne, Edd...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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SHOW FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

SHOW FIXTURES. Lismore .. .. .... .. Nov. IS, 13, Albion Park Jan. 9, Dapto .Tan. 1G, Kiama .. .... .. ....... Jan. 24, AVollorigong .. ...... Jan. 29, 30, Tahmoor and Couridjali.. .Feb. 13, Guyra .. .. .. .. Feb. 17, 18, Blaclctown .. > . .... .. Feb. 27, Mantling River .. . . March 4, 5, Berrima Mudgee .. .. . . . Crookwell Cooma R. A. S. of N.S.W. Gloucester .... March 5, C, March 10, 11, March 19, 20, , March 25 '.-.•'April 6 to . .. April 22, I 20. i io.! 17. ' 2G. 31. 1-1. 19. 28. 6. , 7. 12. 21. 2G. 15. 23. I

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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T. AND D. BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

T. AND D. BAND. The Band continues to make good * progress under Bandmaster Dale. I Quite a number ot new players have J joined up. These players, with the j old members, took part in the recent,; Bight-hour Day procession and sports 1 in Goulburn, and as an appreciation i of their services were given the ; pride of position. j The Band, assisted by a few play- | ers i'rom the A.L.H. Band, supplied the music for the showground during I the afternoon and again outside of i the Broadway Theatre prior to the concert. Two of the members, George Al ders and Jack Byrne, secured first and second prize respectively in the high jump. . The Band; however, was defeated in ; the tug-o'-war, their more experienc- | ed and heavy opponents being too j good. . ; | ■■■■ i The Band has a first-class orches tra whose'music is most popular with dancers. Organisers of social func tions will do, well to get into touch with Mr. Mat Finlayson when requir ing first-class music.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

.SEND YOUR &-SKINS,™ -if . ' ■■■ > IE°LT TD 44 BRIDGES! SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Ants Rightly By Its Constituents. Personal Attention ©To Every Lot.

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PROGRESS REPORT BY MR. MORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

PROGRESS REPORT BY MR. MORTON. AVe .are in receipt of a letter from Mr. Morton, M.L.A., Tinder date 30tli October, wherein he states that he lias received a report from the Rail: way •Commissioners in regard to the progress of the Roslyn-Taralga Rail way line construction as follows:— "The clearing an earthwofks have' now been completed and plate-laying is proceeding, two hundred and ten men being engaged on the work." Mr. Morton says that a further sum of £45,000 has been voted this work by Parliament for a continuance of , the work on the Roslyn-Taralga Rail way construction, and every effort • ' will be made to have the line open I for traffic before the beginning of 1 next year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

TARALGA ISTOCK SALE fURDAY NEXT, 1st NOVEMBER. 'CHAS- S. BRADBURY WILL Sell' by Auction at Mudie's Yards, on above date, at 1.30 p.m.:— 500 MIXED SHEEP SO HEAD MIXED CATTLE . 10 FAT CATTLE Also on account of Mr. O. Maher: 4 MILKING SHORTHORN BULLS, Melba strain. H. G. MOON, * . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FURRIER. T>ABBIT & Pox Skins—Dyed Nigger Brown or Black—made into Coats Stoles or Rugs, etc. LADIES' GOODS A SPECIALITY. Parcels to Canterbury Station. H. G. MOON, Tanner and Dyer, RIVER-STREET - - - EARLWOOD. • Phone U 3494. Household, faf-pn, dairy \and power separators. Get the best froin your cows by' using thV right size separate^, . The Demo gets all the cream'—a'nd it's self-oiling. Oftr interest in you doesn't cease after your separator is bought and paid for. 2-3 cows 18 gall. j£"I0/10/ S - 5 cows 22 gall. £l 2/10/ 4-6 cows 30 gall. £14/10/ 5-8 cows 35 gall. £16/10/ 7-10 cows 45 gall. £21 /- / - Local agent ha# these sizes in stock, other sizes 9 and 12 gallon (discles...

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RACING. MELBOURNE CUP. FINAL ACCEPTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

RACING. MELBOURNE CUP. PINAL ACCEPTORS. st lb Wynette'.. .. .. f. .... 8 11 Stand By 8 8 Lilypond: . i . 8 6 Stare .! .. .. 8. 5 Accarak : 8 5. Drongo .. • 8 5 .Francis. Tressardy .. .8 4 The Rover .. .... .. .. 8 t 3 Backwood .. f; 8 2 Our Prince ..-9.. 7 13 Feathernost 7.10 Wallace Mortlalce . . 7 !): Brow Rajah (inc.* 71b. pen) 7 7 Spearfelt ... .. .. 7 5* Guncase v 7 5 Mountain., Lion ... 7 5 Polycletari (inc. 101b'-pen) -7 3 Wallarak ; .\. .. 7 3 King Victor ... 1, Valorem' .. . .. T 1 Royal Charter .; .... .. 6 12 Sir Dighlock .. .. .... G 11 Demades .. .. .. .. .. fi la San Antonio ;.."........ G 10 Gungool — ....... .. fi 9 Artamus 6 7

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Remarkable Extracts FROM FRANCIS BIRTLES' OVERLAND TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

, Remarkable Extracts FROM FRANCIS'BIRTLES* OVER LAND TRIP. -."Travelled .fifteen hundred' miles with • my . Ford ^ car, /rib mechanical troubles, will leave Gult. next wteek for Port Phillfp Bay." ' " "Set out from Burketown for Mel bourne, 3000 miles away, across the Continent. Felt lonely and hopeless. No spare parts. Feeling weary and tired—the effects of malaria. Carry ing Christmas goods and mails to out back stations. Country too dry for the mail horses tonravel. Saw a big alligator lying asleep with his head resting .on a dead cow which had bogged _on the river bank, Put a 22 bullet into his eye. Treihendous 'splashing and. churning up of tital mud and slush." . "Ford car engine running splendid. Sweet .music,.best on earth, 'yea, even .better than the voice of one's best belffved.' " , . , "Rushing steep 'gullies.' Hair-rais ;ins game. Grade of 1 in' 3 quarters • >«£ a mile taken at top. speed, staie >;times with a few inches to spare. Big breakaways on both sides. Ca...

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STOCK REPORT. Pitt Son & Badgery, Limited, re port under date 24th October:- FAX STOCK MARKET—YESTERDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

• STOCK REPORT. & Badgery, Limited, re i)brt:riind^r date 24th October:— ; .; FAX-STOCK MARKET—YESTER ? DAY'S SALES. ' Cattle;—3350 head yarded, aggre , Kating„05516 far the week, woveral . hundred IQucenslauders being iucliid ;'£,d. : : The yarding was, in point of 5quality;?an improvement on the sup plies forward of late. All sections ' - bfVJiuyers were in the market, which ! opened very firm at late rates, and allowing for an improving tendency on all good quality there was 110 ma terial .change on the day. -Sheep and Lambs.—34,000 penned, .aggregating 49,GOO for the week, in 'eluding a considerable 'representation of; lambs, maiiy of which were suffer ing; 'from, the effects of grass, seed. 'The;'usual-buyers competed freely.at values; practically on a par witli last. ■ day-'o unless for light lambs, \yliich ..wore a little cheaper. • PRIME BEEF ONLY—OUR QUOTES kCh^e' light steers KG/ per 100 ilyj;.. prini^ingdiuni weight beef abt. 32/, per'v^uftJlUs; prime heavy- beef ...

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WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 23rd October:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

iilloL KEPORT • i' * ' • ' • i ■ {^'^gcliute,' Bell /&. Co:, Ltd.^report un date 23rd'* October:^ 'SjVrThe- resilience ot the market' foll ■> o\v ing .upon the lubricated ' finance leeeutly effected, has been surpris ing Contrasted with the heavy with drawals at auction last week,; results ■ > tliilj week have been most satisfac ■'torv. Not . that values: even ot the /Vetter cjuality-'-.wools'.-have improved ^ materially as '; compared with last • week—:the '* level is of course di's imeily ; lower than recorded three • weeks or so ago—hut . .competition % has broadened. Even for what buy ers rather impolitely dub as ','hlue haired" wools, demand lias improv i od. and such descriptions are afleust' : saleable at reasonable .prices. -■■> We'-..disposed of almost the whole ^jnf :.our catalogue at auction at.prices. excess of owners' most sanguine frfraptl e'etations, tempered as such .-ex^ ]e titious were by the liappnningj •••'• of last week. Our highest prices Vera ...

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Commercial. FURRED SKINS. Goldsbrough Mort & Co., Ltd., report under date, October, 22nd 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

} Commercial. Vetjrred skins. y.*ri/Qoldsbjougli'-Mort Si Co., Ltd., under ilate, October,,. 22nd 1921, ; Babbit Skins.—'f lie*- quantity offered about HO Tons was smaller than, the pre vious week. The quality generally was good lYir this period of the year. Compe-' tition ,was very fair at a decline of up to' (id. per lb. on 1st Does, 2nd and 3rd Pelts. Other about Id. to 2d. on average. 1st Outgoing 45d. to 49d. per lb: 41d. to 44d. '"•ft; ,, <£*$,■}, 38d. to 41d. "rBsicks ' 36d. to 88d. ,,, ilat Pelta . 50Jd. to 56d. „ ,, 2nd ,,, » . 35d. to 40d. ,, „ '■ 3rd' „ • ,28d. to 30d. „ „ ^•lst Does •• 38d. to 39d. ,, „ , •• '.2nd^VI 30£d., to 33d. .,, -Kitteusftiid half grown 21d. to 28Jd. .( - vDii'maged 30d.x;to 31Jd.' ,, - ,i • ■ 'Black-r 32d. to ?od. vt/, . 'Fawns* ..■/■36d.; to rj-Od. v,Hares.—Market firm. •*,*< . » ' ■:-lstss ■■ ■ 6/8 to 7/8 pef doz.' '2nd- . 4/9'to 5/9 #,. „ 3rdsv 1/0 to 3/3 i„ „ Fox Skins.—At the. Sains on thn15th ^Oot.'the catalogues wevo ...

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

SWIMMING. The enthusiastic Secretary of the local swimming club (Mr. Jim Mo-' loney) has just returned from a vis it to Sydney, where he went in con nection with the homecoming of the Olympic swimmers. Jim informs us that he spent a most enjoyable time with the boys. He has made certain, arrangements for the visit- of Sydney swimmers, including "Boy" Charlton, to Taral ga during the coming season. Jim is recognised as a live wire in the swimming world, and is most popular with most of the present-day swimmers; It is .through Jim's energy'and en thusiasm that swimming has caught on in Taralga. He, with very little assistance, originally made the baths which experts consider equal to any in country centres. Though handicap ped through an' accident some years ago, this swimming enthusiast spent rday after day in a mid-summer sun 'erecting swimming facilities for the pleasure of the community. He has also given his services ungrudging ly in teaching most pf the rising generation in Tara...

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ENGLAND v. WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

ENGLAND v. WEST AUSTRALIA. England beat West Australia by -an innings and 190 runs. West Australia in their second in nings made 6f) (Blundell 23). Tate took three wickets for- 10, Freeman three for 23, and Douglas one for' 13.'

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The World's Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

The World's Wheat. (By G. W. Walker, Lindley Walker Co-op. Wheat Co., Ltd.) On the 28th July last the British Government, through the Minister of Agriculture, announced in the House of Commons "that, according to the Internationl Bureau of Statistics the world's wheat crop for 1923-24 amounted to 1,855 million ewts., or say 3,462,000,000 bushels. Ft was al-> so stated that according to the fame Bureau the consumption of wheat in Japan in 1923 was S3 per cent, great er than in 1913. Recognised authorities' rcusiner world's wheat this year to be about 500,000,000 bushels loss than in 1S23 ■and to this must lift :idded whatever shrinkage there might l>s in Argen tina, which at present is estimated to return a shipping surplus of 192, 000,000 bushels. The recent advance of wheat can be understood from a casual glance of these figures. If additional evid ence is needed, a study of the world's maize supplies will disclose that, in the United States of America alone thet'e is a shrin...

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A., P. AND H. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

A., P. AND H. ASSOCIATION. The annual general meeting of the Taralga A." P. and H. Association will lie held in the Federal Hall on Wednesday next, November 5th, at 8 p.m. Business: Adoption of report and balance-sheet for 1923-24; nom inations of committee for the upsw ing year.. At the conclusion of tne annual meeting a smoke social 'will be held. A cordial invitation is ex tended to members and intending members.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Taralga Echo. SATURDAY, 1st NOVEMBER, 1924. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924

SATURDAY, 1st NOVEMBER;'" 1924. OUiSELVICS. , • ■ / In placing" in your hands the first . cbpy of The Taralga Echo,- a- district '■ newspaper, we offer no apology. The importance of - Taralga and district , fully warrants a newspaper of its own. This fact we have ' recognised for ■ some considerable time past. , f About-. twelve months since your local-Progress Association extended to us its thanks for the • publicity given in the Crookwell Gazetfe to matters connected with the progress of Taralga and district, notably to our. persistent, advocacy of the con-" straction of theRoslyn-Taralga Railway. . At , that time, we s'uggest ' ed to the members oV the Associa tion that:;tlie establishment , of a lo cal, newspaper was, in our opinion; ' a necessity.; ■ ■ .However,, after a lengthy discuss ion, your . representatives,. , in their wisdom, thought it might be advis able 'to defer 'the matter for a' little while, and ,we, of course, acquiesced and respected their view^. After consult...

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