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ST. PATRICK'S COLLEGE. MID-WINTER VACATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

ST. PATRICK'S COLLEGE. MID-WINTER VACATION. The students of St. Patrick's College, Goulburn, broke up lor the mid-win ter vacation on Wednesday. The end of the term was marked by a social evening in the form of a card party and dance at the Pollege on Wednesday night. The function, which was most en joyable, was attended by a large num ber of friends of the students.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL REPORT Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report under date 12th June:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

WOOL REPORT Pitt, Son & Badgery,' Ltd., report under date 12th June: :— Except for a few sales of locally fellmongered wools 110 business is passing in the local market, and the conditions in Sydney reflect those cur rent throughout the selling centres of the Commonwealth. From the few reports to'hand from oversea there are as yet 110 evidences of any mater ial improvement in the strength of the inquiry for tops, manufacturers evid ently not yet feeling disposed to re plenish their stocks, which must he reduced to very small: dimensions. Sooner or later, of course, supplies must he procured and ho doubt once the demand sets in it will gain strength. The moment buyers feel confident that they may safely re sume the business of acquiring sup plies, will be the point at which it might be considered the pendulum of trade will commence to recover from the swing over to lower prices that has been the cause of so much trou ble and loss. Considerable attention is centred upon the va...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Taralga Echo. tealp irlja. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1925. TRAVELLING TRADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

Sjxe tealp irlja. !- SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1925. TRAVELLING TRADERS. A week or two ago a letter appeared in the columns of the "Echo" point ing out the injustice of residents ac cording patronage to travelling trad ers. We are entirely in agreement with the writer and feel quite sure that if the purchaser would pause and think he, or. she, too, would realise that in patronising hawkers they are not studying the best int«ests of their district. Invariably the goods hawked throughout the country are not of the best quality, and although the prices may seem cheap, such is not always supported in the wear given. There is another important fact to be considered and that is that the money invested in purchases does not circulate in the district. This, our readers will agree, is an important fact and one that plays a big part in th« progress of the district. We hold no brief l'or the storekeep er, but we do think that when one considers- the service he renders we must admit that lie merits ou...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. RESCH CHALLENGE CUP COMES TO CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

FOOTBALL. RESCH CHALLENGE CUP COMES TO CROOKWELL. An A grade team of Crookwell foot ballers journeyed to Dalton on Satur day last in quest of the Reach Chal-, lenge Cup, which was defended by Gunning at Dalton ground. The Crookwell team consisted of T. Bensley (full-back), P. Churchill, R. Isaac, R. Wilkinson, O. Parker, L. Prestwidge, H. Willis, A. Murphy, Cecil Plumb, A. Lyons, J. Stephenson, R. Prestwidge, and O. Murphy. ' The game was for the most part evenly contested, though the visitors' combination was beter than that of the defenders, and in the second halt. Crookwell showed superiority. Only one score was , registered When R. Isaac crossed over in the first half. The visitors were later entertained to dinner at the Dalton Hotel, when the cup was handed over to the vic tors. Members- of the Crookwell team speak highly of the treatment meted out to them. Mr. P. Kearns refereed satisfactor ily.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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THE INFLUENCE OF A RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

THE INFLUENCE OF A RAILWAY. The Roslyn-Tavalga railway line' should soon be an accomplished fact. The question that is invariably be ing asked is "what influence will the advent of the railway have on the progress of the Taralga district?" It was a long, hard fight before the pro mised railway was sanctioned. It is really surprising to note the various opinions .expressed as to the benefits that the railway will, or will not, con fer. The people of the district—at least quite a fair percentage—do not seem to realise the reality of the railway, • and until they hear the whistle of the engine they will not -awake to the fact. But we are fully convinced that when the first train steams into Taralga the populace as a whole will rejoice. We have good reason to be optimistic, for the fer tility of our soil is beyond question. AVe have a hardy yeomanry, and they will quickly put the broad acres un der crop. There is no better land in the State for the culture of potatoes, and other cereals...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Talked of Home. AND £200 WAS LOST. ALLEGED CONFIDENCE TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

Talked of Home. AND £200 WAS LOST. ALLEGED CONFIDENCE TRICK. William Tyrrwhitt Drake, of Bed ford, England, who came to this coun try some months ago for. experience, is sorry that he confided in a strang er he met in the lounge of the Hotel Australia: early in March. His meet ing, it is alleged, cost his father £200. But Drake was much impressed with the man, who got him to speak about' his home and people. Drake left Sydney later in the month, and went to Claremont Downs, Queensland, where he worked on a • station as a Jackeroo. He was greatly surprised to receive a letter from his father, asking why he had cabled home j for £260. The visitor had not cab led for the money, but £200 had'been sent to him to the Commonwealth Bank, and taken out in his name. The police found that a man, who said his name was Drake, had called at the bank, and the money had been paid to hiin- The bank officials had asked the man If he could show that he really was Drake. The man did so, bringing a Sydn...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

• ■ •. . « OOLDSBROUGH, MORT & CO. Ltd., SYDNEY. | WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &' STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Writ* t»r WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K. da t OUDMORE, Manacar. OHAS. HOPE, Aeit, Manner.

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LOCAL and GENERAL. BUSINESS CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

LOCAL and GENERAL. BUSINESS CHANGES. "VVe understand that Messrs. Com ino Bros, have disposed of their fruit and refreshment business at Taralga. However, the name will not undergo a change as a new man of the same name has bought in. Mr. McCulloch, hairdresser, has, we understand, sold out. The purchaser hails from Sydney way.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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MR. PREMIER LANG. A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH. NEWSBOY TO PREMIER. POSSIBILITIES IN A DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

MB. PREMIER L ANG. A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH. NEWSBOY TO PREMIER. POSSIBILITIES IN A DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY. Mr. J. T. Lang, leader of the N.S. Wales Labor Party, owes his rise to dogged determination. He started his wage-earning career at the age o£ seven years as a news boy. At nine he was a farm boy. At 13 he drove a 'bus from Merrylands to Holroyd.- At 14 lie was a carter in the city. At 17 he was employed by an accountancy firm. At 20 he start ed business on his own account as a real estate auctioneer. At 37 he was elected to Parliament. At 44 he be came Colonial Treasurer. At 46 he became Leader of the Opposition. And at 49 he became. Premier. It was because of a four years' ill ness of his father that he was obliged to take to the selling of newspapers. His father was a watchmaker and jeweller in George-street, between Bathurst and Liverpool-streets, and it. was here that the Premier-desig nate was born. Although young Lang was a tall, robust youngster foi; his years—now, at the age ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

Radiola. Wireless Receiving; Sets BUILT BY THE AMALGAMATED WIRELESS (ATJST.j, LTD., THE PIONEER WIRELESS ORGANISATION OF AUSTRALASIA. LATEST PRICE LIST. RADIOLA CRYSTAL RECEIVERS ,.. £3/15/, £5/12/6 RADIOPHONE TWO-VALVE RECEIVERS, £15, £22/16/6, £24/10/ MARCONI PHONES : .. .. .. £25, £26/13/6 RADIOLA FOUR-VALVE SETS £47/10/, £58 RADIOLA SUPER SIX VALVE SETS, complete, including Loud Speaker,- £90, £91/10/. RADIOLA SUPER, in Sheraton Cabinet, making a fine piece, of fur-, niture for the home, £140, £141/10/.. The-Radiola Super (Six Valves) is the last word in Radio and in corporates the most advanced ideas of the science. No outside aerial or earth wires need be used with these sets and will give equally as good results in the home or in the open. With my Radiola four-valve demonstrating set I receive the foll owing Australian Broadcasting Stations:—2 P.C., Sydney; 2 B.L., Sydney; 3 L'.O., Melbourne; 3 A.R., Melbourne; 5 C.L., Adelaide; G W.F., Perth, the laiter station being over 2,...

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TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

TARALGA ECHO. : The proprietors reserve to them selves the right of omitting advertise ments received and paid for in the i usual course of business if they ap pear to he.objectionable. While every care is taken, no responsibility is in curred for the non-insertion of adver tisements through accident or other wise. All advertisements charged to ac •count must have ~ae number of inser tions clearly marked on the face, also space required, otherwise they will be •displayed at our own discretion and •treated as "till countermanded" orders and charged accordingly. Advertising Rates:—Casual 3/ per inch single column; contracts by ar rangement for a period of not less than one quarter (13 Insertions). Subscribers and advertisers in the country may remit payment by cheques, postal notes, or money orders. .Remittance should accompdny orders, except in cases where persons are per sonally known to us. Advertisements will be received through the telephone only in urgent cases, and the propriet...

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A Butcher's Experience. LAND AT JERVIS BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

• A Butcher's Experience. LAND AT JERVIS BAY. i The buying o£ certain- land at Jer vis Bay was what John Edgar Hayes, a butcher, of ICing-street Newtoivn, told the Registrar in Bankruptcy last 'week was the cause of his failure. In answer to Mr. W. H. Palmer, official assignee, bankrupt said he was work ing in a butcher's shop, when three or four agents for Mr. Halloran. the petitioning creditor, came in. They showed him plans of land, and repre sented it was all cleared ground, and that there was a hotel in course of erection at a cost of £32,000. They also stated that there was a boarding house on the place to accommodate 250 boarders, and a concrete dam in course of erection, where there were over 200 men employed. "On the spur of the moment," con tinued bankrupt, "I si.gned a con tract to purchase, two lots at £80 each. I paid £5 down on each lot, and was to pay the balance in quar terly instalments. That was in 1921. Eighteen days afterwards a gentle taan who had been to Jervis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

Oiir Unique Cross Word Sale IS NOW IN* FULL BLAST Another Stupendous Bargain Event for the People' of this District A Supreme Effort to clear the whole of our present season's stocks of Ladies' and Children's Wear, Fashion Goods, ^ . Dress Goods, Hosiery, Boots and Shoes, Haberdashery. Men's mid Boy's Clothing, Mercery, Household Drapery, Floor Coverings, Soft Furnishings, Stationery, Paper Hangings, And last, but not least, Household Hardware of Every Description. Ruthless Reductions in Winter Goods with the Winter in front of you. The Immense savings you can make will pay you over and over again to come specially to Goulbsm for this unique money saving opportunity, but it that isn't convenient, do the next best thing and that is , Ask us to send you one of OUR HUGE SALE PRICE LISTS. Order from it without the slightest mis-giving. You're on solid ground—we're behind the quality and true value of every article .we sell—Sale time or any other time. If you don't like what we send you ...

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THIS AND THAT. An Honest Chairman. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

THIS AND THAT. An Honest Chairman. • . i. Jo6 Clarke need not go. back" to the tailor's shop for another three years (says a Sydney paper). Wam merawa electors have, allowed him further use' of 'the gold pass. He ■ struck some snags when on his vote catching campaign. One was the Mayor of a western town, who chaired his meeting. Alter Joe "had finished, the Mayor got up and told the audi ence it was one of the weakest . speeches he had ever listened to. Then he went for Mr. Clarke and the Labor Party properly, and ended up by ex pressing the hope that the electors would send the candidate back to his . tailor's shop. But they didn't. Bunny and Mr. Reynard. fpHRBB residents of Cowra are at' present "trapping rabbits and fox shooting in the Monaro district. Their " last cheque for ten days' work was £52/10/-. They occasionally come home for "holidays" taking a day to do the trip, stay here a day and then . return In quest of Bunny and Mr. Reynard. •Skelton will Support Labor. j 'I TN ...

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FAT CATTLE. PRIME VERY SCARCE. ENHANCED VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

FAT CATTLE. PRIME VERY SCARCE. ENHANCED VALUES. The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-operative Co., Ltd., writes under: date 12tli June:— * > Prime fat cattle at Homobusli sale advanced 30/- to 40/- this week. Pros pects ahead—right through to .the spring—are excellent. Truckings are light. We sold the last two sale dnys, 513 head and among-' some big' realisa tions were:— Tuesday, 9th.—J. B. . >\)/entry;: Strathalpine, rail Glen: Inues, -20 biks.' to £12/19/-, avg. £11/2/2. Thursday, lltli.—A/c Norths-n Iiiv er client, by rail 29 blks. to £13/16/, avg. £13/0/3 (top average of day fo the number). A/c W. B. 'Carrigan, rail Moppin, IS bullocks to £12/19/-, avg. £12/1/-. A/c. H. Coventry, Blair Hill, rail Glencoe, 3 bullocks at £12/2/- and 34 cows and heifers to £7/lG/, avg. £7/9/S. .. A/c North Western client, by rail 9 cows, avg. £10/13/, particularly high price for cows. A/c North Coast client, by rail vealers to £9/16/. Best price for a vealer of his age obtained thi...

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MR. LANG'S TEAM. SPEAKERSHIP TO MR. DOOLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

MB. LANG'S TEAM. SPEAKERSHIP TO MR. DOOLEY. The Labor Caucus yesterday morn ing selected a full Cabinet to hold ■ office in the new Government, with ! Mr. Lang as Premier and Treasurer. The holders o£ portfolios are as follows:— iClr. LANG, Premier and Treasurer. Mr. LAZZARINI, Chief Secretary. ; Mr. LOUGHLIN, Minister for Lands I and Forests. ' Mr. DUNN, Minister for Agriculture. Mr. McTIERNAN, Attorney-General. : Mr. McKELL, Minister for Justice and Assistant Treasurer. Mr. FLANNERY, Minister for Works i and Railways. [ Mr. BADDELEY, Minister for Mines, Labor and Industry. Mr. MUTCH, Minister for Education. Mr. CANN, Minister for Health and Local Government. Others in the picture are:— Mr. WILLIS, Vice-President of, thu^ Executive Council. Mr. COATES, M.L.C., Honorary Min. ister. Mr. DOOLEY, Speaker. Mr. GREIG, Chairman of Committees and Deputy.Speaker.

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Correspondence. (To the Proprietor, "Taralga Echo.") "BY ARRANGEMENT." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

Correspondence. , :: (To the Proprietor, "Taralga ■ Echo.") "BY ARRANGEMENT." • Dear Sir,—The Rev. R. B. S. Ham Mriond has, for a. considerable period prosecuted a spirited controversy in regard to the origin and significance of; the caption "By Arrangement" in regard to the' prohibition propaganda. It would appear that the iBsue has now boiled down to one: Who suggested that caption being adopted by mem bers of the N.S.W. Country Press As • sociation, and under what conditions? Our -Secretary (Mr. T. M. Shakes peare) contends that it was on Mr. Hammond5's suggestion that this was done and that on the understanding that all future prohibition and anti prohibition propaganda, inserted in country papers, should be paid for the same as, since lSlO, in New Zea land. Mr. Hammond, on the other hand, flatly contradicts these state ments. I feel it my duty, therefore, to state what the correspondence, in my ■ possession, reveals. ' I find that on December 12, 1919, Robert B. S. Hammond, Pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

rpARALGA.—Argyle Hotel Stables. A. A. CUNNINGHAM (late of thu Grand Central Hotel, Goulburn) • is now In charge of the above stables. Horses and Parcels will receive careful attention. . . Peed, 1/6; Stand in,'6d. Friday, 26th June At 11 o'clock. W. H. Wheatley Will Sell by Auction AT I'lIK CltOOKWKlL TAROS On Above Date: 500 Mixed Sheep ALSO 30 Head of Cattle PROPERTY 'SALE AT CROOKWELL. FRIDAY, 26th JUNE, at 3 O'CLOCK. O. H. FUKNEB & CO. XT AVE received instructions from the •n" Public,TruBtee to Sell by Auction on the above date, at their rooms, Crookwell,— FARM AT GULLEN In the Estate of the late David Price, Comprising— An Area of 251 ACRES, being por tions number 319, 40 acres; 302, 50 acres; 173, 40 acres; 174,'40 acres; 131, SI acres; totat, 251 acres. This property has to be sold to wind up the Estate. Immediate possession can be given. Also FARM AT GULLEN Known as Jim Malioney'B, comprising An area of 331 acres 2 rds. 12. This is one!-of the choicest farms in the G...

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New Settlers' League. APPEAL TO TARALGA FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

New Settlers' League. APPEAL TO TARALGA FARMERS. The Hon. Secretary of the New Set tlers' League (Crookwell branch), Mr. R. J. Winning, has been notified from head office that the following families are anxious for nomination and are are seeking employment. The following communication ex plains the position and any further information will be gladly given on application. The following families are asking to be nominated to New South Wales. Can you obtain nominations and set tlement by employment in your dis trict:— George Baker, age 22, married, girl 21, boy 3 months. Experienced horses; at present on a farm in England, gain ing experience. Wife brought up on a farm, good cook, excellent referen ces. This family is specially recom mended by State Government repre sentative in England. Religion, C. of E. H. Jenkinson, age 34, married, boy 4, girl 3 months, desires take up farm work, had 2 years farming experience, wife good cook. Religion C. of E. George Herbert Mitchell, age 27, mar...

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