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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

Taraiga Refreshment Rooms NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. FINE ASSORTMENT OF CHOCOLATES AND CONFECTIONERY, CHOICE FRUITS IN (SEASON, TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES A OF ALL KINDS. FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, SMALL GOODS—ALWAYS FRESH. ' ■ FRESH FIS'H EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. HOT MEAT PIES AT ALL HOURS SERVED WITH CUPS OF TEA, COFFEE, OR COCOA. HOT MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. NEWSAGENTS FOR ALL SPORTING PAPERS AND DAILY LABOR NEWSPAPER. . COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. A TRIAL WILL MAKE YOU A ^REGULAR CUSTOMER. COMINO BROTHERS^ PROPRIETORS. ORCHARD ST., TARALGA. PHONE 26. | RESCH'S | AUSTRALIAN | XXX Ale. (Draught) BED HSB LAGER DINNER ALE SELECT STOCK ALE Obtainable | in bottles | from | all Hotels I | EESCH'S Ales, Lagers, & Stout | gg are brewed by Australians for Australians 5 H AND STAND EASILY FIRST 5 BREWERY REDFERN, SYDNEY i§§E^!l§glllif§Mlllllii8igSlilgggggil§iIlllillgiSS IN-CHOOSING AN EXECUTOR it is most important to look for Expert Know ledge, Security, and Economical Management....

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

BABBIT SKINS = BABBIT SKINS THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO G-oldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd. SIDNEY : ARE STILL SENDING. RESULTS HAVE PROVED IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS., EXPERT CLASSERS. ^ SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. •

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL REPORT Pitt, Soil &. Badgery, Ltd., report under date 26th June:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

WOOL REPORT Pitt, Soil &. Badgery, Ltd., report under date 26 th s June:— In yesterday's morning papers was published the text of the scheme sug gested by Sir John Higgins at a meet ing of graziers, selling 'brokers, and others interested, held in Melbourne on Tuesday, 23rd instant. In the absence of the full text of Sir John Higgins' address, it is not possible to adequately grasp the full significance of the proposal, but from the information available the scheme offers no material reason for the scrapping of the present methods in the conduct of the realisation of the clip. The prominent fact that stands out is that, notwithstanding any company that is formed or any fancy method of appraising wool and distributing proceeds to growers upon some basis, that is subject to changes in accord ance with the vagaries of the market, the wool clip has ultimately to be sold to the world's buyers who will only pay what they can afford to, in keeping with ordinary business prin ciples...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL STOCK SALES. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

r COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL STOCK SALES. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. report: A small yarding of cattle at last Friday's Crookwell sales to a small attendanpe of buyers. Prices were about ■ equal to last day's sale. No bullocks forward. Dry cows, £3 to £4/15/-; li-year-old heifers, to £3; poddies, from £2/1/ to £2/6/-. Messrs. W. H. Wheatley report: Owing to rough iveatb.er and flooded creeks there was only one lot of sheep yarded at our local sale on Friday, but there were about 150 cattle offer ed to a moderate attendance of buy ers. Bidding was .good, and prices quite equal to recent sales. Pat Cattle.—For heavy fat bullocks to £11; medium weights, from £6 to £8. Store Cattle.—Bullocks, 3 yrs., £5 to £5/G/-; steers, 2yrs., £3/5/- to £3/12/-; heifers, 2*yrs. to 3yrs., £3 to £3/5/-; cows, good condition, £3 5/- to £4/10/; poddies, 25/- to £2 6/-; springers, best sorts, £G to £G 10/-; others from £4. Printed ahd Published by Robert •John Winning, of "Taranjalci," Marsden-street, C...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOCKEY. CROOKWELL LADIES' CLUB. GREAT SUPPORT ACCORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

HOCKEY. CROOKWELL LADIES' CLUB: GREAT SUPPORT ACCORDED. ■ There was a full muster of ladies interested in the forixfation of a lad ies' hockey club in Crookwell at tlie "Gazette5', office, Crookwell, on Tues day night last. " Miss Roberts presided. On the motion of Misses B. Keith and Marks, minutes of previous meet ing were confirmed. There are sufficient members en rolled to form two local teams to be known as "A" and "Double A." It is hoped that arrangements can be made to play on East Park be tween the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. each Saturday. Negotiations between the Soccer Club and the Shire Council are being made with this object in view. The draw for teams resulted as follows:— "A" Team.—Misses B. Keith, E. Winning, —. Carter, L. Bunker, Eva Marks, D. Searl, P. Coleman, I. Spring, Mary Rowe, M. "Winning, and' Mrs. Jarratt. Colours—Navy and White. "AA" Team.—Misses J. SherrifE, E. Spackman. E. Carolan, A. Roberts, H. SherrifE, T. Webster, P. Webster, K. Coleman, M. Cady, Joyce Win...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
T.B. SOLDIERS. AWAITING THE VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

T.B. SOLDIEES. AWAITING THE VERDICT. The men at "Bodington,"' Went wortli Falls, are anxiously waiting the decision of the public of New South Wales to the Red Cross Day Appeal on the 4tli September, as to whether they will be forced to leave their beautiful home and go to Wat erfall, or whether the public will re spond to the appeal for funds for fighting tuberculosis, and provide seventy (70) beds for civilians, and keep the soldiers, who are continual ly contracting the disease, in one of the most beautiful sanatorium in the whole world. Last week, it was visited by Miss de Chair, accompanied by Miss An derson and members of the Red Cross Executive. She was delighted with; the whole place, and expressed her self intensely interested in the Red Cross efforts to raise funds for this sanatorium. People hardly realise what a mag net the Red Cross is even at this stage. Help is coming in from every where for stall holders, city and coun try, concerts, dances, and euchre par ties are b...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAJOR E.TWYNAM, V.D. RECEIVES VICTORIA DECORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

MAJOR E.TWYNAM, V.D. RECEIVES VICTORIA DECORATION. Major E. Twynam has been advised from Headquarters that he has had the Victoria Decoration (V.D.) con ferred on him as a result of long and meritorious service. Major Twynam, who has had a distinguished and varied military career, first served with the 11th Light Horse, which is now the 7th' Light Horse, and to which he is still attached. _ Whilst a member of the 11th L.H. he was appointed Area Officer for 43B, which embraced Yass, Crookwell and Goulburn. He was also Adjutant .for the whole of the Southern District, exttnding as far as Bega. At the outbreak of the Great War lie was the first man in the South ern District to enlist for service abroad, and later left for New Guinea with other Australion soldiers on the 14th August, 1914. After the scrap 'in New Guinea he was appointed O.C. Native Affairs.and Native Police for a short period. Sub sequently returning to Australia in February, 1915, he again enlisted and went to Egypt as...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

SEND YOUR WO &SKINS,n SCHUTE BELL 7P0ITD 44 BRIDGES! | &L L. SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents. | Personal Attention ®To Every Lot.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

THE -SURE SIGN. A (lull, persistent pain in the back, an ache that spoils sleep an dis worse in the morning, a sharp, cutting pain vlien bending, is a sure sign of kid ney disease. It is not really the back aching, but the kidneys, which lie just beneath the small of the back. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills quickly relieve the kidneys and help them' to drive out of the body the poisons which cause backache, urin ary disorders, rheumatism, gravel, stone. The case here given proves that cures are thorough: Mrs. E. Mortimer, Cowper-street, Crookwell, says: "I am pleased to tell you Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cured me of backache and kidney trouble some three years ago and I have ben as right as a hank ever since. Previous to my cure my back was very painful and it was only with great difficulty that I could get about. My general health was poor and I often used to feel fit for noth ing. Afriend suggested that I should take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and spoke so highly of them that ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILL BEACH—LOVABLE OLD. TIMER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

BILL BEACH—LOVABLE OLD. , TIMER. v i Hale and hearty at 75 years of t •age—he was born iu tlie south of > England on September 6, 1S50—Will • y iam Beach, who officiated as umpire . < at tilt frecent race for the world's sculling championship, has been one 01 me outstanding personalities in •' sport since he took to aquatics seri j' ously at the end of 1880. Prom 1884 ■ to 1SS7 lie won the world's champion ship seven consecutive times, defeat ing Ned Haitian (three times), Tom Clifford, Nell Matterson. Jake Gaud iiitr, and Wallace Ross, and retired as an unbeaten champion.' in a career with the.sculls of eight years he competed for stakes amount ing to nearly X10,000. "Bill" Beach, ever out to win, never 'knew when he was beaten—lie may not have been a great stylist with the sculls, but he was surely a lion-hearted sculler.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIRD MIGRATION FROM THE OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

BIRD MIGRATION FROM THE OCEAN. One morning several years ago a Manning River man was travelling north. Camped near Colt's Harbor, the party were wakened early by 'twittering birds. On all the trees -around were strange birds, which came in across the ocean. They were •not large and seemed very tired, as theiy remained on the trees the great er part of the day. The men conclud ed that, as that part of the coast is about opposite Lord Howe Island, a.bout 400 miles distant, the adventur ous flock of small birds had flown across for fresh fields and pastures new.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

Winter Trend expressed in Full Fresh Slocks of Smart Dresses and Accessories at Early inspection of these Beautiful- Fresh Goods rcill convince of their superb value. New Goods in Every Department. Dress Department— ATJTUMN AND WINTER DRESS LINENS 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 these are in the most fashionable shades and consist o£ 3*4 yard lengths only in each shade. COTTON JAP. CREPE, in every color. This is the best crepe manu factured,. and selling freely at 1/- per yard. Show Room Wo are showing an Exclusive Runge of MILLINERY AND FROCKS- in the most Fashionable Materials and Colors. Hosiery— Best Quality Only—" KYSER," «AS YOU LIKE IT," and BOND'S " SILK ARTOj" every pair guaranteed. Clothing— MEN AND BOY'S are well catered for in eveiy line of WEARING APPAREL. . MEN'S READY-MADE SUITS in Dark Gr...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENTATION. A TARALGA CITIZEN HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

[ PRESENTATION. TARALGA CITIZEN HONORED. On Wednesday last a happy little : function took place at the residence , of Mr. and Mrs. Pat. Morris (nee Miss i L. Quirm), Church Street, where rep resentatives of the various public | bodies in Taralga assembled for the object of presenting Mrs. Morris with ' a handsome dinner set of thirty-two pieces, as a token of. their esteem and appreciation for valuable services ren dered the district by Mrs. Morris. I Mr. Garry McDonnell (President of the Progress Association), who pre sided and made the presentation, said that the movement to recognise Mrs. Morris's splendid services in helping to further the interests of the town and district first originated at a meeting of the association. vAt that meeting collectors were appointed and sufficient fundB were subsequent ly raised to purchase the present. Miss J. Hughes, the School of Arts librar ian. had worked energetically as a Collector, and he had to apologise for Miss Hughes's unavoidable abs...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

HIGHLANDS HOTEL TARALGA. (Under entirely New Management). "A HOME AWAY FROM HOME.", Only the Best of "VVines, Beers and Spirits stocked. Meals under Personal Supervision. Accommodation for Motor Cars;: also Good Stables. LOUIS C. B. KRELLE PROPRIETOR. Telephone 7, Taralga. - TO-NIGHT! GREAT!! GREAT!!! AT THE PICTURES. SUPERB COMEDY OF SEVEN REELS TOHNNY TTINES. ' "IN THE "CONDUCTOR." "CONDUCTOR." "CONDUCTOR." J*;.: ALSO V-' ' "SHIFTING SANDS," 1 ; ' "SHIFTING SANDS." • ' "SHIFTING SANDS." ; '' (P. HYLAND.) ' , AND SUPPORT. .Doors-open 7.15, Programme Commemces 7.30. HPARALGA.—Argyle Hotel Stables. A. A. CUNNINGHAM (late of tbu Grand Central Hotel, Goulburn) is now In charge of the above stables. " Horses and Parcels will receive careful attention. t Peed, 1/6;. Stand In, 6d. Friday, 10th July At 11 o'clock. W. H. Wheatley. Will Sell by Auction ilTTHK CltOOKIVKlli VAKU8 On Above Date: 1000 Splendid Store Sheep Comprising— 500 COMEBACK EWES, 2, 3, and 4 years, October shorn, due to la...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

Precaution against influenza infection Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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NOXIOUS WEEDS QUESTION. IMPORTANT DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

NOXIOUS WEEDS QUESTION. 1 . I IMPORTANT DECISIONS. At Casino, tlie Court recently de cided that to secure a conviction for the non-destruction of noxious weeds, it was only necessary to prove that the Shire Council had passed a reso lution that, in its opinion, the offender •had not made reasonable efforts to destroy them. It was no use plead ing not guilty. The defendant there upon altered his plea to guilty. A second important decision, which evidently is law, has been given by the Bench. A charge was made for failure to destroy noxious weeds, and it was claimed by the prosecution to be the second offence. It was ex plained that a former owner of the property had been convicted for a like offence, and because of that fact, the present occupant was fined as though it was his second offence. The former case was an offence against the property, so it wafi claimed. A man about to lease a farm, or work it on the shares, should inquire first whether any of hi-s predecessors had , been f...

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FARM & STATION. MORTALITY IN LAMBS. FOLLOWING OPERATION OF MARKING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

FARM & STATION. MORTALITY IN LAMBS. FOLLOWING OPERATION OP MARKING. There can be little doubt that a large number of lambs are lost annu ally as a consequence of neglect dur ing and following the process of marking. Every season a number of deaths are reported closely following the period in which the operation is usually per formed. The fact that deaths • al wayscease within a short time of the healing of the wound and start a short time after its infliction supports the assertion that they are generally traceable to one of the various dis eases (notably tetanus, malignant oe dema, septicaemia and anthrax) cap able of transmission by, innoculation, the unhealed wounds providing the channel by which the infection reaches the lamb. THE REMEDY, When marking small flocks, it is best to use temporary yards made of wire-netting, situated in a fresh pad dock. Where the size of the flock makes this impracticable, the surface soil of the yards should be removed to a depth of about s...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LINER AFIRE. ONE BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

LINEB AFIRE. ONE BURNT TO DEATH. Whilst she lay at the Erskine-street wharf early on Tuesday morning a mysterious fire outbreak occurred on the Interstate liner Canberra. In braving the fearful ilames in a gallant attempt to rescue others, Reginald Craythorne, a steward, lost his own life. Many of the passengers and crew were asleep when the fire started and! had thrilling escapes from tlie rag ing inferno. The Canberra, a twin screw steam fir of ,7710 tons, is one of the finest passenger boats in Australian'waters. She was recently overhauled and on ly came out of dock on the 2nd May. The damage is estimated at £60, 000.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOXIOUS WEEDS TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 4 July 1925

NOXIOUS WEEDS TAX. At a Gundagai Shire meeting Cr. Crowe moved in favor of the imposi tion of a special rate of one-eighth of a penny in the pound on the un improved capital value of all ratable lands in the Shire, for the purpose of destroying all noxious .weeds and animals on the Shire Toads. He fur ther moved that the star thistle be declared a noxious weed within the 'Shire. His idea was to deal with the star thistle, which had taken posses sion of the roads. It looked like a big expenditure, but they had a big estate to protect. Nothing was to be gained by delay. A year's delay may mean the loss of thousands of pounds, as the depreciation of land from weeds might be fully 5 per cent. The mo tion was carried.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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BONUS ON CROWS' HEADS. (To the Editor of the "Echo.") [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925

BONUS ON CROWS' HEADS. (To the Editor of the "Echo.") Dear Sir,—I will be pleased if you publish in your paper for the infor mation of your subscribers in the Golspie district—some of whom sign ed a petition recently (for the destruc tion of crows) asking for a bonus of 1/- per head for three months through the P.P. Board, Goulburn—the follow ing:— I am sorry to have to say that the Board could not see its way clear to grant the request, and several of the directors assured me that it was no trouble to trap crows wholesale, and gave me particulars ho wto erect a trap, viz.: Put in four posts 6ft. apart each way, or near it, and about 7ft. .high; put a wire or batten about the middle of each post and something on the top, fasten wire-netting all round except in the centre on top, leave two pieces loose turned down into the enclosure. Also want to have a small door (of netting pre ferred) to put lamb in and get out. Build under a tree and hang a dead lamb or sheep inside. Do not go ne...

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