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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

TAKALGA STOCKjSALE "fO-DAY, SATURDAY, 15th NOV. CHAS S. BRADBURY vyiLL Sell by Acction at Mudie'sj Yards, at 1.30 p.m.:— 40 MIXED SHEEP 10 HEAD PAT CATTLE • 12 STEERS, rising 3 years, "good sorts 15 STEERS, rising 2 years • 20 HEAD MIXED. CATTLE TAKALGA Clearing Sale MONDAY NEXT, 17th NOV. (P S. BRADBURY JJAS received instructions from Mr. Robert Baxter to Sell by Auction, at his residence, "Bright Hill," on above date, at 1.30:— The Whole of his Stock, Plant, and Furnitu.re, comprising 25 Splendid Dairy Cows, in full milk, principally Jerseys, good lot 15 Heifers, 2' to 3 years, springing,, and dry 15 Steers and Heifers, 11 years 3 Draught Ho»m *' PLANT 1 Drill Disc Plough, Plough Harness 2 Horse Drays and Harness Sulky and Harness Spring Cart and Harness, Tools Saddles and Bridles Motor Car, in first-class order Douglas Motor Bike Also the Whole of his Household : Furniture .arid Effects. Note: As, Mr. Baxter has sold his property, everything is for right-out sale. Note date: Mond...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Taralga District Timber Forests. THEIR COMMERCIAL VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

Taralga District Timber Forests. a •_ ' THEIR COMMERCIAL VALUE A fine specimen of Red Box was brought to town by Mr. John Croke and is now on view at the Police Station. Mr. Croke states that he has thous-. ands of feet of similar timber on,; his property as well as a plentiful supply of Red, Blue and Grey Gum, and White Stringy Bark. Little at present is known outside of the district of the timber forests comprising the above varieties that exist to the north and ta the south of Taealga. These hardwoods, with the advent of „the railway, could, by the erec tion of saw mills, become of great commercial value to the town and an important secondary industry giv ing employment to many local men and others. On the South Coast, between Milton and Bateman's Bay this is the dis trict's only industry. Dairying is not profitably carried on, and yet the South Coast is referred to as being potentially rich. On the North Coast, particularly along the Bellingen, timber is a profitable industry an...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOUQUETS FOR TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

• BOUQUETS FOR TARALGA. A much-travelled tourist who vis ited the town this week expressed his' admiration to Mr. Jack Kearney regarding the picturesque little town and district. He said: "Your town and district are just charming; your Wombeyan Caves are beautiful, and I really ■ believe that they are more attractive than Jenolan. The soil you have, particularly at Richlands, appears to be very rich and wonder fully productive. This iB my first visit to Taralga, and I am just charm ed with what I have seen. You might tell the editor of your paper—1 not ice you have a newsy journal In Tar alga—that he might let the outside world know more of Taralga and dis trict."

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

TARALGA REFRESHMENT ROOMS (Next Bank of New South Wales) MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily; also Small Goods, Fancy Goods, Chocolated and Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes MORNING AND AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALITY. COUNTRY ORDERS PROPERLY ATTENDED TO. ONE TRIAL WILL MAKE A REGULAR CUSTOMER. COMINO BROS., Proprietors. ALSO AT GOULBURN AND GUNNING

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IMPROVEMENTS TO THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

IMPROVEMENTS TO THE TOWN. Mr. Les Goodhew, of Crookwell, is at present carrying out extensive im provements to Dr. Ettie Lyons' pre mises in Orchard-street, and when completed the residence generally will present a handsome appearence. Mr. Garry McDonell, through Mr. G. C. Milne (the contractor), is ef fecting extensive alterations to his newly purchased residence on the corner of Orchard-street '.and B.an liaby-street. Garry is a progressive townsman in every way.

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Taralga Erho. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1924 CRICKET SOUTH v. NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

tealga icljff. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1924 CRICKET SOUTH v. NORTH. Taralga has two teams this year, and to keep the sport going matches are played between teams represent ing the south and north ends. Captain Sanderson is convinced o£ .the ability of his side, and Captain Perry is equally optimistic regardingj the capabilities of his team. This was borne out oij Saturday last when these teams met. The game throughout was keen and earnest, though played in a jocular and friend ly spirit, both sides doing their ut most to win. South going to the wickets first made 1S1, Roy Gordon and H. Mc Alister, the opening batsmen, defied the attack of North' for a good while. Their defence was very sound, they being quite' content to play the good stuff and to make runs off any, loose bowling that may come atyng:, and it was not until the score had reach ed 70 that a separation was effected, both batsmen getting out. simultane ously for 33 and 40 respectively, a valuable first wicket partnershi...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

PERSONAL Mr. E. E. Ring, officer in charge of cable construction at Taralga, waa on Thursday night the recipient of presentations of pipes from the Post Office staff and friends.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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"Sweet Chiming Bells." SYDNEY UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL CARILLON. (Contributed by our Myrtleville Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

"Sweet Chiming Bells." SYDNEY UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL CARILLON. (Contributed by our Myrtleville Correspondent). As the money is. now raised for' this memorial in memory of our fall en comrades in tlie Great War, no more memorial suitable for a State wide one could be thought of, as me morials in towns and cities vary as memorial stones, halls, avenues of trees, roads, winga to hospitals. At the end of the world war in 1918, throughout the Empire thous ands of bells were rung and other vic torious nations pealed out the glad tidings. Some of these that were tolled on those days are so ancient that they may have been used to cel ebrate every notable event in the history of Great Britain and on the. Continent. We read in the first centuHes of Christianity of bells being used to summon people to Church, to an nounce tidings of war, of joy, and of sorrow. In Ancient Greece and Rome bells were known sometimes to be used to tie to necks of animals. To the Hebrews bejjs were used by. the High p...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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STONE QUARRY. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

STONE QUARRY. (From Our Correspondent.) Accident.—What qiight have been rather a serious accident befell Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Marshall and daugh ters whilst on their way to Taral ga. Owing to theslippery condition of the road one of the buggy ponies fell going down Byrnes' Hill, bring ing his companion with him. A gen eral mix up followed, but beyond a broken pole and slight damage to the harness no injury resulted, and within a' short time Thomas was. a going concern again. Personal.—The many friends'f Mr. and Mrs. Kent will be^ pleased to hear that their son Sid, who has had 'four operations in Goiilburn Hospital, is now making good progress toward recovery. Mrt Will. Walsh, who has had about four months' hospital treatment, is now back' at his home at "The Pines" looking wonderfully well. Mr. Jas. J. Lynch, who recently sold out his dairying properties in Richlands and bought a private resi dence in Wollongong, has sold the latter residence owing to health rea sons, and is expected...

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TENNIS BURROWA TOURNAMENT. MAX GRAY BEATS FITZGERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

TENNIS BURROWA TOURNAMENT. MAX GRAY BEATS FITZGERALD. In tlie semi-final ot tlie champion ship singles at the Burrowa tourna ment, Max Gray defeated J. Fitzger ald, 6-3, G-4.. Gray met Kalms in the final and succeeded in taking two games in each set from this Davis Cup play eV, Kalms winning the match, 6-2, c-2. ; ....

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Successful District Farmer. MR. JAMES HOWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

Successful District Farmer. MR. JAMES HOWARD. Mr. James Howard, of "RoBehill," Richlands, is a fanner who has made good. ' Mr. Howard, who formerly resided " at Crookwell, purchased his present property—a portion of the famous ' Richlands Estate—when that prop erty was being sold by the Govern ment under the Closer Settlement Act some years ago. This was the highest priced unimproved farm sub mitted, comprising an area of 256 ' acres, of which every acre is arable. Mr. Howard has perhaps the best farm on Richlands. At present /he has 70 acres under cultivation. The wheat and oat crops promise a pro lific tyield. In view of the early approach of * the railway to Taralga, Mr. Howard is planting 30 acres of potatoes this year. He says "We must buck up now that we are getting the railway or else. the Government will think that we applied for it under false pre tenses." Mr. Howard has great faith in the productiveness of the Richlands soil and is of the opinion that there is no better in...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

AUSTRALIA'S BEST RESCH'S RB LAGER R B—Resch's Brew—R B Its Excellence is the reason for its popularity SJ C YEARS AGO RESCH'S AUSTRALIAN LAGER superseded the imported brands and gave employ ment to Australian workmen in its production. Since then RESCH'S have systematically installed every scientific improvement that has eventuated in brewing and bottling Lager; for example, theirs is the only Brewery in Australia to-day that stores its Lager in Silver-enamelled tanks. Best quality malt and hops and highest expert production, together with 25 years successful experience in brewing a Lager specially suited to the Australian climate and most gratifying to the Australian palate, make up ' AUSTRALIA'S BEST— R B LAGER RB is obtainable in Quarts and Pints. Everybody who likes the best Lager drinks R S with . meals or as a refreshing thirst-quencher at anytime * § £50 IN CASH within reach of all! FOR THE GREATEST NUMBER OF WORDS MADE OUT OF LETTERS CONTAINED IN Wt The following CASH PRIZES...

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CROOKWELL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

CROOKWELL TOURNAMENT. Some gooil tennis should be wit nessed at the Croolcwell Club's .courts to-day- (Saturday). Most ol" the.principal events yet remain' to be played, including the final of the Southern' Tablelands Singles Championship. Ill; addition to the 18 matches to , be played to finalise tU6 tournament there, will be exhibition matches by intersate" players. . .Amongst the •• performers will .be Mrs. L. Martin and Mrs. Henry,'and 1 Messrs. J. Fitzgerald. Munro, H. Hearne and Gray vUros. "(Jack and Max). Play commences at_.10.30 a.m.

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Taralga A., P & H. Society. GROUPING SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

Taralga A., P & H. Society. GROUPING SUGGESTED. Mr. Lee brought forward a practic al suggestion at the Society's smoke concert the other night, and one which if put into effect by the incoming committee, will be the means of helping to make our Show more at tractive. Mr. Lee suggests that, to arouse greater interest in the Society's wel fare, the committee should try and organise for district displays of var ious products in the pavilion at the forthcoming .Show. The districts could be grouped— say Chatsbury-Myrtleville, Bannaby Bullio, Wowagin-Redbank, Richlands Stone Quarry, Golspie-Kempton, Yal braith-Curraweela, Wombeyan-Wear borough—for the purpose of carrying this out effectively. Each group would have a committee, and these would be responsible for obtaining exhibits and arranging them for dis play. Mr. Lee says this scheme is car ried out successfully on the South Coast Shows. The Royal Agricultur al Society adopts the same scheme with much success. The suggestion is...

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Taralga Amateur Swimming Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

Taralga Amateur Swimming Club. . -ANNUAL MEETING. The third annual meeting of. the . above was held in Peter McCulloch's : Saloon on Thursday evening of last , .week. Notwithstand ing the inclement "■■weather there was a good attend ■ ance. Mr. C. P. Goodhew, in the absence of Mr. C. S. Bradbury (the President) occupied the'chair. Apologies for non-attendance were received from Messrs. C. S. Brad bury, G. C. Goodhew, A. Deaius, W. J. Sanderson, and George White. | The minutes of the previous an nual meeting were confirmed on the motion of Messrs. E. Perry and R. Croke. The annual roport stated that ear ly in February the club held a car nival in the presence of a large at tendance. Visiting swimmers were present including Henry, of the Manly Club, ; and' these competed in the various ■ events. " ^ r. The carnival was robbed of a good deal of attraction owing to the Goul burn Association refusing to grant pernaissioin for a 100 yards South ern Tablelands Championship. Owing to the se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

WILD WEST PIGTURES TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Saturday, November 15th. TOM MIX IN „ " Catch My Smoke " One of the Famous Cow Boy's Best Pictures. A FOX PROGRAMME. A GOOD COMEDY. Admission,, 1/6 ; Children Half-price WHEN DOES A MAN LOOK SMARTER THAN USUAL?—WHEN fJE IS WEARING A HIGH GRADE TAILORED SUIT TO MEASURE FROM J. H. DALE Guarantee OUR SUITS to Wear, Not to lose Shape, and to be an EX CELLENT FIT, and it they are not satisfactory we will refund in full purchase price. Our Suits are Made to a Standard, Not Down to a Price. A Very Dressy Hat,.in a very popular shape, with silk binding, well roll ed in from the edge, in light or mid greys, all sizes SPECIAL PRICE 25/6 A Fuji Silk Shirt, made from the.best heavyweight quality Fuji, in blue, ' black, and helio stripipgs, sizes from 14 to 17i neck SPECIAL PRICE 21/r Tan Military Cossacks, heavy standard screwed and sewn soles, water tight .. .. V. .. .. ... : '• SPECIAL PRICE 18/6 Ji^SU!SaMjaM!£i "THE LITTLE STORE WITH THE BIG VALUES," Phon...

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TARALGA-GOULBURN MOTOR SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

TARALGA-GOULBURN MOTOR SERVICE. Tow men are better-known through out the district than Mr. Bob Isaac, ex-Digger, and his many friends will welcome him by their patronage in his newly-found occupation in cater ing for the travelling public between Taralga and Goulburn. Bob will in future pilot the motor service be tween those two towns. He has tak en over the run from Mr. T. Lang lois.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

FOLEY BROS. LTD. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE SALESMEN, - - - SYDNEY- -' -' J^ARMERS! FOR BEST RESULTS, CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE TO A FIRM'OF GO YEARS'STANDING. 1 TOP PRICES AND PROMPT RE TURNS ASSURED. M. S. VILES' ■y^HY go or send to Sydney for your , Goods when you can do better | Locally? Come in and compare our j prices and I will, guarantee you do ■ not leave the shop, empty-handed, j HEAVY BOOTS! HEAVY BOOTS! I I will guarantee every one. That | is, if they; are not good you bring them in, say after a month, and I will refund the money. "TOP DOG" .. S H I RTS !— We have- a large assortment of these in stock at Lowest Prices. Can be obtained at , our Store. BOND'S SILK - ARTO HOSE— M. S. VILES T A R A L G A. Taralga- Goulburn DAILY MOTOR SERVICE jyjR. BOB ISAAC (late A.I.F.) wishes to notify the Public o£ Taralga and District that he has tak en oyer the Service recently con ducted by Mr. T. A. Langlois, and trusts, by civility and attention, to claim public support. TIME-TABLE: Cars Lea...

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SPORTING NOTES. (By "SPEARFELT.") ROSEHILL RACES TO-DAY. EIGHT EVENTS. SELECTIONS. Trial Hurdle, About 2 Miles, 1.30. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

SPORTING NOTES. (By "SPEARFELT.") ROSEHILL RACES TO-DAY. • BIGHT EVENTS. SELECTIONS. Trial Hurdle,. About 2 Miles, 1.30. ! LOSTEK, 10.2 1 GRANDSPARK, 9.4 ........ 2 CHANDONIA, 9.11 ...... 3. Nursery Handicap, 42 furfc., 2 p.m. , 'HIGH CHIEF,. 8.2 1 SET FREE, 7.6 ....' 2 I NICOLINI, 8.0 '. ..... a Flying Handicap, 6 furs., 2.30 p.m. I OTACRE, 9.11 ............ 1 SISTER RAY, 6.11 ...... 2 j WARACRE, 6.13 ... 3 | Granville Stakes,. 1 mile. . Firs Division—3 p.iu: | LORD MAYO, 8.7 .......... 1 ROYAL LINETTE, 7.12 ..:. 2 • CRITIC, 7.9 3 Second Division—3.30 ESMERALDA, 7.13 ..........; 1 MERLIAU, 7.9 :...... 2 EPITOME, 7.9 . ..* 3 Rosehill Handicap, U miles 4 p.m. BUCKRA, 8.3 ......... 1 SARDINE, 8.6 2 i SELECTED, 7.7 .. 3 j Flying Welter, 7 furs. | First Division—4.30. ; VILLEROY, 9.1 1 LARILLO, 9.7: 2 MONT CLAIR, 10,10 ........ 3 Second Division—5 p.m. : ALORNE, 8.12 ,x 1 ' SPERMLIGHT, 9.1 . . 2 WHITE LILLY, 8.11 ......... 3 Mr. Hughie McLean scored an easy win with Aragain's Pride at B...

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BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924

. BOARD MEETING. The .usual monthly meeting of the i Directors of the Taralga bo-operat ive, Dairy Co. was held on Tuesday night; lust. ^ The principal business transacted was . that of the monthly payments for' October l'or butter, which were as.follows:—Choice, 1/3; .first grade, uz. ' The total amount involved in this connection was over £ 2000. i ' The question of an engineer for the)■. factory was further discussed, bu no definite decision' was' arrived at. . The biggest cream cheque for the month amounted to over £100.

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