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

Style Trend expressed in Full Fresh, Stocks of Smart Dresses and Accessories at Early inspection of these Beautifid Fresh Goods 'rciil convince of their superb value. JSew. Goods in Every Department. Dress Department— AUTUMN AND "WINTER DRESS LINEN'S in all shades. COTTON GEORGETTES, in the most fashionable coloiings. FUJI, in stripes, plain and natural colors. • SILK GEORGETTES. CREPE DE CHINE. FLORAL VOILES, in many designs. PLAIN COLORED VOILES, all thpse are in the most fashionable shades and consist of Zl/i yard lengths only in each'.sbade. COTTON JAP. CREPE, in every color. This is the best crepe munu • factured, and selling freely at 1/-per yard. Show Room- » "We are showing an Exclusive' Range of MILLINERY AND FROCKS in the most Fashionable Materials, and Colors. Hosiery Rest Quality Only—" KYSER," "AS-YOU LIKE IT," and BOND'S " SILK ARTO," every pair guaranteed. . Clothing— MEN AND BOY'S aie well catered for in every line of WEARING APPAREL. MEN'S READY-MADE SUITS in Dark G...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THIS DOOLEY THE SPAKER.." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

"THIS DOOLEY THE SPAKER "1886," said Hinnissy, "they've made this Dooley the Spaker in th' noo Par lymint, so they 'ave. A mon o' th' name o' Dooley ought to make' a gr-reat Spaker, so he ought. Any mon with an Oirish name like that is bound to be a Spaker; an' whin 'e 'as a roll in'-pin to '.elp 'im, as Oi 'ear. these Spakers 'ave, there'll be no shinanni kln, be Jabers! With Mishter May and Ersklne and Brian Boru to 'elp 'im, deplnd upon it this Dooley bhoy will kape order, in th' 'Ouse. They tell me there'll be plenty o' toine spakers in th' 'Ouse—Sint George, an' Sint Fitz patrick, an' Brooxner, an' Scotty Fell, an' th' loike—but Mt's Dooley for nioine! 'E's th' greatest Spaker o' thim all. If there's any hair ilyin', I reckon Jimmie Dooley 'II be in th' thick of it. 'E may try to disguise 'imself with 'is wig, an' that, but murdher will oot, as the great Shykespeare sez. Danny Lavy was orlright whin it came to sorappln', but give me Misther DooIpv! . . . Come, bhoys, what'U yer...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 18th June:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

WOOL. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report un der date 18tli June:— History is made.in "the lobby" ra ther than in the House,- as every pol itician knows. The history of the Federated Graziers' deliberations on the absorbing question of wool control is worthy of a niche in the archives of wool record. Whatever the exact wording of the relative resolution passed in Brisbane was, the published report of the meet ing was only capable of interpreta tion by the man in the street as indi cating that conference there unanim ously affirmed the desirability and effi cacy of control, and it could only be i gleaned therefrom that such decision was immediately attributable to cer tain "inside information" of such serious import that the general pub lic could not be trusted to know what it was. Whenever mystery Is an in gredient, however, fallacy is usually a conoomitant. We come to the Sydney conference last week, and again our old friend "inside information," stampeded mem bers into a big ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

PROPERTY SALE. Messrs. W. H. Wheatley and O. H. Furner and Co. (auctioneers in con junction) have for private sale a very nice property at Kenipton, known as "Willowdale." It is owned by Mr. D. Toole, and consists of 1150 acres, sit uated IS miles from Crookwell and connected by 'phone. It is all netted dug out, picked up and burnt off. 200 acres have been cultivated and it is permanently watered. There is a good homestead of eight rooms, new shearing shed and yards, stables, gar age and other necessary outbuildings. All first-class carrying and fattening country. I - t . FOR ENVELOPES . SEE US. BLUE.LINED, HIGH GRADE AT SPECIAL QUOTES FOR QUANTI. TIES.

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Mulwaree Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

Muiwaree Shire Council. On Wednesday last the ordinary meeting of the Muhvaree Shire Coun cil, was held. > ^ \ V ' ' There were present: Cr. *- J; J. . Walsh (president) .and Crs. Bradbury, i O'Brien and Sieler.- , • '. j An apology for absence was re- , ceived from Cr. Adam Singer. There was very little' correspond- j ence. The only matter of importance w.as a letter from the Pastures Pro tection Board, inviting attention to the danger to the general public caused through cattle being driven through the main street of Tarago en route to the truckilig yards. The Board suggested that access could be gained through Messrs. Lehane Bros.' property, and asked that the Council take steps to bring this about, thus obviating the necessity of cattle passing through the main street.' This matter was referred to the engineer for consideration and report. The following reports were adopted viz.:— Finance Committee: Accounts /were examined and recommended for pay ment, summarised as follows:—...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(Published by Arrangement.) ELASTIC.SIDED GAOLS NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) ELASTIC.SIDED GAOLS NEEDED. Judge M. E. Sturtevant, of Som«r ville, Mass. (U.S.A.), in a speech at Boston, declared (as reported in Naw York "Periscope") that "of the 1,529 'drunks' who came before him last year, three-fourths were under 25 years of age and that the army of Prohibition offenders ran'ged dawn to 14 years. "The jails are jambed with men convicted of . drunkenness. There are so many that the jailers cannot find room for ttiem. The sheriffs call up and ask if so-und-so and so-and-so may foe released to make room for somebody else." "Crime," he said, "is increasing alarmingly. In the last five years the number ;of cases in the Somerville court jumped from 1,002 to 2,692." Six persons were injured when a motor , lorry returning from a picnic overturned at Randwick on Sunday night.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ONLY A RUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

ONLY A RUMOR. During the week it was reported that Sir George Fuller (ex-Premier) would in all probability retire from politics. Sir George now states, how ever, that- he has no intention of re tiring from the political arena for at least two years at any rate. I

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

THE TOSS OF A COIN. An Auckland message states that a well-known settler named Birming ham was pressed by a friend to stay the night. However, he decided to be guided by the toss of a coin. The spin of the coin decided that he should not stay. He continued his way in a sulky, and five minutes later the horse backed over a steep bank. The vehicle crashed to the • bottom and Birmingham was instantly killed.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN INJURED AT ROSLYN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

MAN INJURED AT ROSLYN. I A man named Michael Roystori, era ployed by the Railway .Department at Roslyn, was the victim of a painful accident on Saturday last. Royston was engaged in unloading a truck, and, we understand, got caught be tween the truck and the platform. One leg was broken and it is thought he Ss suffering from internal injuries. The injured man was admitted to the Crookwell Cottage Hospital.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALE OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

SALE OF CATTLE. Messrs. W. H. Wheatley sold oil ac | cotmt of Mr. John Barry, of Yal i braith, 100 head of cattle to Messrs. j Tyrell and Richardson, of Wodonga I (Victoria) at a satisfactory price, i The cattle were a beautiful lot, being principally Herefords. These cattle | will be sold in the Melbourne market in the near future.

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CRUSHED BETWEEN WAGGON AND POST. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

CRUSHED BETWEEN WAGGON AND POST. Mr. Stephen Butt (60), of.Grabben Gullen, was dri*ftig a team of horses through. Grabber Gullen on Wednes day last, when the animals took fright at a motor car which was stand ing outside the hotel. Mr. Butt, in endeavouring to control the horses was crushed between the waggon and a- post. One leg was badly injured, and the victim was brought into the Crookwell Cottage Hospital, where he is now progressing as well as can be expected.

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R.C. CHURCH, LAGGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

R.C. CHURCH, LAGGAN.' His Lordship, Dr. Barry, Bishop of Goulburn, will open, the new Roman . Catholic Church building at Laggan on Sunday, 21st June, at 11 a.m. The Very Rev. Gregory Burns, C.P., of : Goulburn, will preach the sermon. I Dinner will follow at 1.30 p.m.

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

Opening to New R.C. Church, Laggan. •JVHE OPE)NING__o£ the. New Catholic ■ Church. at Laggan by His Lord ship, Dr. Barry, Bishop of the Diocese, on 21st JUNE, at 11 o'clock. Sermon by Very Rev. Gregory Burns, C.P., of Goulburn. Dinner to follow, at 1.30 p.m.; Sta tions of the Cross erected at 3 p.m.,. followed by Benediction of the Most Holy Sacrament. (Signed) REV. J. B.. RYAN, . Visiting Priest.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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A BAD START. FOR MR. LANG'S GOVT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 20 June 1925

A BAD START. FOR MR. LANG'S GOVT. One of the first moves mooted by the incoming State Cabinet, led by Mr. Lang, js a bad one—that o£ in creasing members' salaries. One would expect that a Party with so much to live down—its reputation is certainly rotten to the core— would have endeavoured—from the start, at least—to be honest. If it were honest it would have told the electors during the campaign that this was one of its proposals. No fear. The electors had a voice then. Now they are mute, and Lang promptly proceeds.to administer the boot. Even at-the moment anti-Labo electors are striving to convince them selves that Labor might, from lessons learnt, try to make a "do" of thin^B: But this, comes as a sign that Labor administrators of to-day are as those of yesterday—a spendthrift crowd with little or no thought for the man who has to foot the bill—the elector. It does not augur well for the pros pects of economical and sane Gov ernment. A school teacher in the West recent ly receiv...

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

PLANTING SEASON. TS at hand, anil in a district like Crookwell and surrounding dis t'ricts you want trees grown in a cli mate similar, pur Nursery is well known in Goulijurn, the only Cold J Climate Nursery in N.S.W. Over 100,000 of the finest Fruit and Orna mental Trees, True to Name and Free from Disease; Grape Vines. Goose-' berries and Currants, Nut Trees, Rhu barb and Asparagus ' Roots, Roses, Ornamental Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Conifers of every description, Hedge Plants, Pinus Insignis, etc. Our Seeds are the World's Best, di rect from the Growers. Ring 148 Goulburn for— WREATHS, BRIDAL BOUQUETS, etc. Catalogue Post Free. Goulburn Seed & Nurs ery Co., A. GOODHEW, Manager..

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

W. J. JEEFERY, "J^ISTRICT Representative Angus and Coote, Jewellers, Opticians. Also Standard Publishing Coy. All their latest works, including Encyclo paedia Britannica, Modern Doctor, Vetenary Adviser, Business Encyclo paedia, History of the war, Arabian Nights, Famohs Composers, Auto mobile Engineering, Automobine Ig nition,' etc., Modern Machine Shop, Practice Motor Cars, Power of "Will Culture of Courage, Power for success. Book lovers are given a hearty wel come. .

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WOOL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 27 June 1925

WOOL REPORT Pitt, Son & Badgerry, Ltd., report under date 19th June:— With the gatherings of paBtoralists held in various centres the much-dic cussed question of stabilisation of wool values has been given promin ence, and many and various methods have been considered. Interests now centres in the pronouncement expect ed next week from Sir John Higgins in response to the Invitations extend ed to that gentleman from the vari ous woolgrowers' organisations to sub mit a scheme which, in his opinion, will achieve the desired result. The success of Bawra under Sir John Hig gins' direction, is quoted as a guaran tee that that gentleman can, under existing conditions, lift .the market from the morass into which it has fallen, and place it upon a rock that will not shift. The opinion of Sir John Higgins deserve and will receive full consideration when published. Mean while the methods adopted by selling brokers as the result of their know ledge of the trade in the direction of starv...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 27 June 1925

SEND YOUR WQI & SKINS, SCHUTE BELL WEW1 The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents: | Personal Attention ®To Every Lot

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A DAY'S WAGES. A SHORT STORY OF A CATTLE DEAL, A DINNER, AND A BIT OF BLUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 27 June 1925

A DAY'S WAGES. A SHORT STORY OF A CATTLE DEAL, A DINNER, AND A BIT OF BLUFF. It was in 1917. You know the time; the time when cattle were at their highest. I had ridden over the mountain and down to the Fish RiVer. looking for cattle to buy. When I got to Tarana X heard that there was to be a sale at • Bathurst on the morrow, so 1 decided to go to it, as I'd had no luck so far. „ So I went to the hotel stables and got my hack and old pack horse, and then—well, I went inside and had a few rums and got a drop to take with me. Then everything was o.k. I started off and rode the 26 miles in good time, pitched my tent and had my usual supper—dodger and slip-on, of course. Well, you all know what a man does next: TakeB out the old clay pipe, fills it to the top and smokes while he thinks of many things. After that I turned in under the "wagga" and slept as most bushmen do till the birds start to twitter. Then I got up and fed the "cuddies," had my breakfast and walked down and had a pint ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 27 June 1925

H. W. PXNKEBTON, N.S.W. JEWELLER & OPTOMETRIST, CROOKWELL. Examines Eyes and Supplies ■ Correcting LenBes for All Kinds o^ Defective ViBion,

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