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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

LOST. "DETWEEN Taralga and Newfound land Gate, on Monday, 13th inst., 1 Travelling Rug. Reward 011 returning to GOODHEW BROS., or Win. CONNOR. TARALGA.—Argyle Hotel Stables. A. A. CUNNINGHAM (late of the Grand Central Hotel, Goulburn) is now in charge of the above stables. Horses and Parcels will receive careful attention. Feed, 1/G; Stand in, 6d. When Visiting Goulburn Don't Forget to Drop In at the ......... BON TON SUNDAE SHOP 266, Auburn Street, GOULBURN. (Two Doors from Chas Waughs'). Afternoon Teas, Fountain Drinks, Sundaes, Ice Cream, Refreshments, Chocs., Confectionery. .Fruit in Sea son. Friday, 248ti July At 11 o'clouk. W. H. Wheatley Wilt Sell by Auction AT TIS K CttOOKWCLIi VABUI On Above Date:> 500 Mixed Sheep ALSO 25 Mixed Cattle THE ARGYLE HOTEL TARALGA. Best Brands of Wines, Beers aud Spirits Only Stocked. First-class Accommodation. Electric Light Installed Throughout. Good Stabling and Garage. MRS. M. MUDIE PROPRIETRESS. 'Phone No. 4, Taralga. FOR SALE jgPRING CA...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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BARRALLIER. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

BARRALLIER. (Prom Our Correspondent). When repairs are being effected to the causeway at Barrallier the-Nattai Shire intends to extend the causeway 45 feet by adding an approach. The estimated cost of extension and re pairs is £270. For the week ending 11th July, 40 points of rain were recorded. This will have a beneficial effect on. pas tures.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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RICHLANDS. (From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

HIGHLANDS. (From a Correspondent). Mr. W. Emery is still an inmatevof St. John's, following an operation for j appendicitis some weeks ago. A sec ond operation for the throat was per formed last week and under the pains taking care of the Sisters lie hopes to be discharged in a few weeks. Mr. Tom Marshall is also in hospital suffering from the affects of a hadly poisoned hand, which necessitated a speedy operation last Friday. - We hope Tom's stay in the institution will he a short one. Miss May Walsh, who won a prize for embroidery and sewing in Grace Bros.' recent exhibition of needle work (open to all in the State;) is a pupil of Burra Lake school. ' Miss MoColl, of Mingary Park, lias, returned home after a tour. of . the Northern Tablelands and the pictur esque Hunter River Valley.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

STOCK MAEKET. There was a big yarding of sheep and cattle at last Friday's Crookwell stock sales, and prices held;firm at late rates. Messrs. W. H. Wheatley (Crook well) report:— About 1500 sheep and "200 cattle were yarded to a fair attendance of Buyers at our sale on Jmaay. induing although not animated, was regular, and prices quite equal to recent sales. Sheep.—Merino wethers, to 28/-; merino weaners, to 26/2; merino ewes, 4yrs, 26/-; comeback ewes, 4 and 6 tooth, 27/7 to 28/3; crossbred ewes, 26/6. Fat Cattle.—Fair yarding. Heavy ■weight blks., to £10/11/-; others, from £6 to £8/7/6; cows, medium quality, £4/10/- to £6. Store Cattle.—Blks., 3 and 4yrs., £6; steers, 2J to 3yrs., £3/13/- . to £4; cows, £3/10/- to £4; heifers, 21 to 3yrs., £2/18/- to £3/1/-; pod dies, from 32/- to 40/-;'springers, £5 to £S. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. (Crook-; well) report:— > Fair yarding of sheep and a" biff ■ yarding of cattle at last."Friday'si stock sale. There was a good attend anc...

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MULWAREE SHIRE GRANT OF £1000 FOR FLOOD DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

MXJLWAREE SHIRE GRANT OF £1000 FOR FLOOD DAMAGE. ' At last Wednesday's meeting or the Mulwaree Shire CCouncil a let ter was read from the Main Roads Board, stating that the board had 'approved of a grant of £1000 to meet immediate requirements in re gard to Hood damage and to assist Council to carry on until such time as the .Engineer could prepare de tailed report and estimate o£ flood damage. When such was available the board would consider hat further assistance, if any, might be given. The Engineer ,(Mr. L. M. Ord) re ported that he estimated the total amount of the damage caused to main roads at £1400, and Council had al ready expended about ^700 on this wnrk.

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MAIN ROADS BOARD. "USE TO THE RATEPAYERS." SHIRE PRESIDENT'S VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

MAIN ROADS BOARD. USE TO THE RATEPAYERS, SHIRE PRESIDENT'S VIEw] "In my opinion, the Main Roads Board is not of any use to the rate payers," said the President . (Cr. Locke) at the meeting of the Turon Shire Council last Wednesday. Cr. Locke added that from a civil ser vant's point of view it was a great thing, as the civil servants on the' board were getting salaries which, totalled abortt £4,800 a year. In regard to the Sydney road, the best the Turon Council could hope for from the board, lie said, was "fifty-fifty," which meant that, in or der to reconstruct that portion of the road in the Turon Shire, they would have to ask their ratepayers to find £1,050. If they struck a special rate, the most they could hope to get would lie £1000 a year. "All we are doing," declared Cr. Locke, "is to pay for an army.ot civ il servants." -"Goulburn Penny Post."

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

Be alert for advancement to gain, Or you'll sigh for the treasures you miss To avert disappointment and pain, Take nrompt measures, "Don't Miss This!" When a cough or a cold comes your way It will ease and contentment assure "Don't Miss This"—go get it to-day, Get Weeds' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

KAPOK MATTRESSES Quality No. 1 ?5 55 - Q 55 55 ° 2ft. 6in. 3Et, Gin. 33/6 - 45/ 38/6 52/6 4-7/6 63/ PILLOWS, 6/6. 4£fc. Gin. 55/ 67/6 80/ We also Stock all sizes in WIRE MATTRESSES and "WIRE STRETCHERS ranging in price from 25/6 upwards. , All the above lines are direct from the Manufac turer arid will stand comparison as regards price and quality. - • Goodhew Bros., (The Value and Service Stores) GENERAL IMPORTERS, ('Phone 5) TARALGA.

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MULWAEEE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

MULWAEEE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15th. nnAw^l USJE- montl»ly meeting, held •on Wednesday there were present ■" Singer n fa ^ (president),'A. G. bun? Jqi».k Broa(ihead. C. S. Brad, oury, j. Sieler and P. f. O'Brien. „ ■ , , . SHIRES' CONFERENCE. nfTfh^Presiclent gave a verbal report • report was received and the SrStlCouncilthanked f°r repreaent HEALTH COMMITTEE'S REPORT. • follows;—aUh Committee reported as Reports were received from the ffpnbtejn,Motor»«» ; ' SScwS'6 r«aUh -?at !avatory convenien Stores8 aJ the ShIre Council • Wavo ti, ;i and 14 was agreed to as possible! to as 30011 from Messrs. Byrne at tS? Slaughtering License at Taralga was granted. » ™;ports . were received from slaughtering inspectors for month of The report was adopted. I WORKS COMMITTEE'S HEPORT. ' ' iX°rks Committee reported*— , . .^The following letters were receiv ' a J!v,nmhG; ReynoWs> asWng that ' RnA?nrC(- n J drainaSe at Lake Bathurst.—Referred to the Shire En gineer for in...

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The Taralga Echo. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

®Jre Smiljga Gikjw. SATURDAY,' JULY IS, 1925. 'LOCAL and GENERAL. c> CHARITY. During Miss Cecily Viles' holiday she took the opportunity o£ getting together a company of young artists, so that thej' could give a concert to help the little ones in the Gonlburn Orphanage to get a few more blank ets to keep them warm during the present severe winter. They gave a concert last Friday night at Miss Viles' private home, and it was a very successful and pleasant surprise for those who took part, as the collec tion realised £3 towards the object. The company consisted of Miss Cecily Viles, Miss Betty Bracher, Miss Nor een Donovan (both from Goulburn), and the little ones were Lurline Neild, Betty North, Madge Fitzgib bon and Joan Viies. Too much praise cannot be given to any par ticular member of the company. Each carried out their part excellently, ow ing to the very able way Miss Mollie Ward played the accompaniments, for which1 they all thanked her.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

FOR ALL YOUR JOB. PRINTING ...... The "Echo" Offers' .The Best Service. LET US GIVE YOU A QUOTE. R. J. WINNING & SON, Proprietors. 'Tel. 72. . Crookwell.

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OAKLAND ESTATE, SUTHERLAND [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

OAKLAND ESTATE, SUTHERLAND At the retiuest o£ a number of local residents who are interested in the above estate, Mr. M. E. Viles, on a recent visit to the metropolis, made inquiries . concerning the nature of the land. It is .situated fairly close to the station, level as a billiard table. The railway line passes on one side of the estate and the electric light is now available. Mr. Viles is indebted to Cr. Monro, President o£ the Sutherland Shire, for the above information.

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GOLSPIE. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

GOLSPIE. (From Our Correspondent). Progress Association.—At a recent meeting; o£ the local association a re-,, ply was received from the. Crookwell . Shire Council re the matter of erec ting a bridge over the Bolong River on the Golspie-Roslyn Road. The let ter stated that the Engineer would inspect and report, and also desired to meet the residents with a view to finding out what financial assist ance the latter would provide. It was agreed to support the-Council and to send a deputation to meet the En gineer. Unfortunately the time of meeting was not minutely arranged and the deputation missed seeing the Council's officers. However, the re port and estimate were prepared and a copy received by tlie honorary sec retary of the association. A special meeting was held on Saturday night to consider the question, and it was decided that the estimated cost of £1000 for a bridge placed the ques tion out of bounds so far as the resi dents were concerned. However, it was understood that a f...

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GAG NOT APPLIED. FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

GAG NOT APPLIED. FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. The value of Press publicity in the interests of the public is fully real ised by Mr. W. A. Flynn, the newly appointed Stipendiary Magfstrate for' the Ryde district. "Representatives of the Press need not leave so long as they do not take the names of de fendants," he said, when the Chil dren's Court was opened at Ryde one day recently with the usual stentor ian: command for "all persons to leave the court!" He afterwards explained to a pressman that in his opinion, "while the Act aimed at protecting youthful offenders from the results of publicity, it was also necessary that the public should be protected. It was not intended by the legislature, lie said, nor was it desirable, that I anything in the nature of "Star Chamber" business should be. intro duced into Courts of Justice.

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

HEBE AND THERE . For the third time a French jury has affirmed the right to kill to end 'suffering.' A bomb and revolver outrage at Port Melbourne resulted in a shop '• being wrecked. - * * * Lord Forster has sold his yachts "Co'rella" and "Yeulba.". • * * Four people were injured when a caroverturned near Tom Ugly's Point on Saturday afternoon last * » * The British Commonwealth Wom en's Conference, held at London, dis cussed ' legislative inequalities under . the chairmanship of Mrs. Britomarte James (Victoria). * * *. The Conference adopted a motion demanding economic equality and leg islation providing for equal pay for equal work, a free field, and the re moval of obstacles to the employ ment of married women, and also that protective legislation should he based upon the nature of work and not sex. • » » The Commonwealth League is a new body under the secretaryship of Miss Collison (Sydney). The idea is to collaborate with, overseas women's or ganisations. « » » The unique proc...

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MYRTLEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

MYRTLEVILLE I * . (From Our Correspondent). Last Friday night brought the first fall o£ snow for this winter. It was a very light fail and soon disappeared. The district has had its share of heavy rains, followed by cold, windy weather, which leaves no doubt that winter is here. , The stock, generally, look well, ow ing to abundance of grass in most paddocks. Chaff is not very high in price, but the potato market is good. Potato growers are hoping for fine weather to enable them to dig their crops and get them to market. The whistle of the train clearly h6ard every day—that is when it is —gives promise of a satisfactory means of marketing produce, etc., in the future. We understand the sleepers and rails are down within three miles- of Taralga, which) means that before long the line will be completed. Wedding.—A quiet wedding of lo cal interest was celebrated at the Manse, Goulburn, on June 24th, Rev. Keith Miller officiating, when Miss Ruby Pattison, of Taralga, was mar ried to Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

"Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails. h- ' Wire Mattresses No. 12—WIRE MATTRESSES, Double and Treble Woven No. 12 Double Woven Wire, No. 1 quality, ?ft. Oin. wide • Double Woven Wire, 3ft. wide ... .. Treble Woven Wire, 2ft. 6iu. wide ... ... . Treble Woven Wire, 3ft. .wide Treble Woven Wire, 3ft. (iln. wido ... Treblo Woven Wire, 4i't 6i\v. wido ... ... ... Treble Woven Wire, No. 2 quality, 3ft. wide ... ■.. Treble Woven Wire, No. 2 quality, 3ft: (iin. wido .. . Treble Woven Wire, No. 2 quality, 1ft. Oin. wide .. 27/6 28/6 30/ 1 ■ - ■ . — — No. 13—WIRE MATTRESSKs, liaised Kuds, Cable, tidies, Treble Woven and 'Uoso Woven— No. 13 Treble Woven Wire, No.'2 qualify, with raised ends, 4ft. (iin. wido ... Treble Woven Wire, No. 1 quality, with raised ends aud cable adgo^ 4ft. Oin. ivido Close Woven, with raised ends, cabU edge?, 4ft. Gin. wide Bedsteads FRENCH 3 piece • Combination Bedsteads, Black Enamel * * finish, Diamond Wire Mattress—2ft. 6in., 35/-; 3ft....

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

SCHOOL OF ARTS. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual general meeting was held in the reading room of the in stitution on Wednesday evening last. The President (Mr. A. Dezius) pre sided over a good attendance. The annual report and balance sheet read by the secretary . (Miss Edna Capon) was most satisfactory. The credit balance amounted to £16 2/10. During the year improvements were carried out amounting to £44/10/-. These included the fencing in of the property with a good substantial fence, a portion of this being an at tractive palasading fence in front of the building, which was also painted throughout, and the whole building now presents a very smart appear ance. A social in aid ol' the institu tion funds was held in November last and a sum of £14/G/S nett realised. There are 50 members on the roll and the number of books in the lib rary number approximately 1136, o£ which 36 new ones were added dur ing the period. In connection with the institution there are four library scholarships, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

R-adlioIa. Wireless R.eceivir»gaSets BUILT BY THE AMALGAMATED WIRELESS (AUST.), LTD., THE PIONEER WIRELESS ORGANISATION OP 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; 6 W.P., Perth, the latter station being over 2,000 miles, from Cr...

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COUNTRY COUNCILS. OPPOSED BY MULWAREE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925

(XHJKTY COUNCILS. OPPOSED BY MULWAREE SHIRE v COUNCIL. At the last meeting of the Mulwa ree Shire Council, held in Goulburn on Wednesday, a letter was received from Port Stephens Shire, request ing Council's co-operation in a move ment having for its object the passing of a new Local; Government Act to largely increase 'the areas of shires and powers q£ councils and the cre ation of fifteen or twenty county or disrict councils (with community of interest) throughout the State, in ac cordance with the recommendations of the New State Commission. The letter also urged that the as sistance of a member of both State . and Federal Governments be request ed in bringing about this much-need ed reform before the next Local Gov ernment elections. | Cr. Broadhead moved, and Cr. Sie ler secon&ed, that the letter be re ceived. Cr. Singer moved an amendment, "that Council' co-operate as request ed." He said that under present condi tions local government was only a j farce. . I Cr. O'Bri...

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