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Taralga Go-op. Dairy Co. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924
Taralga Go-op. Dftipy Go. The butter return for the month'of October was 33,337 lbs., showing an increase of 1320 lbs. over the same period last year. Last week the output was over 5 tons, and it is anticipated that the actual output will increase twenty three tons for the month. The Directors have erected a sec ond pastifriser ot a cost of £375; al so a new cold water tank and new set of coils., amounting to £60. ' So that no les sa sum than £43i> lias been spent by the Directors in erect ing further improvements, in order that the factory'may be brought up to-date.
TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924
TARALGA ECHO The proprietors Teserve to them selves the right o£ omitting advertise ments received and paid for in the usual course of business if they ap pear to be 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 td ac count must have the 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 accompany 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 proprietors do no...
The Premier and Mr. Lang. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924
The Premier and Mr. Lang. "My attention has been drawn," said the Premier. (Sir George Fuller) in a special-interview, "to a speech delivered by Mr. Ivans, leader of the Opnosition,; at Wingham recently. As" the misleading , statements He made will no doubt be . repeated' throughout the country during he next few months, I take this opportun ity of offering some comment on them in order that country electors may lie prepared for the' political dust throwing that Mr. Lang is so fond of indulging in. . "In -the first place he invited, his hearers not to take too seriously all they read in the daily press, whose | aim was to associate the Labor Party with the Communists, whose aims, it was stated, were to destroy all that came wihin their touch. The fact, which Mr. Lang did not state, is that although the members of the Communist Party are not officially admitted to the A. L. P. as such , very large numbers are already in the A.L.P. Lea gues, working assiduously to .have their destruct...
Presentation and Social Evening. TO MR. AND MRS. T. LANGLOIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924
Presentation and Social Evening. TO MR. AND MRS. T. LANGLOIS. Ou Saturday evening last a num ber of friends', including several Dig gers, were present at Mr. and Mrs. Langlois' residence for the purpose of entertaining them to a social' ev ening and presentation 011 the eve of their, departure from the town, where Mr. Langlois has run a car service between Taralga and Goulburn for the past three years. Mr. Langlois is leaving to take up a position in: Goulburn. Major Twynam. who presided, read apologies from Sister Twynam and Messrs. C. S. Bradbury, Captain Mo riarty and W. B. Chesher, expressing their regret at j\Jr. Lauglois* depart ure, and wishing both Mr. and Mrs. Langlois success. The chairman said that he had heard many regrets at Mr. Langlois' departure by residents living both in the town and district. Personally he had always, found . their guest courteous, obliging and most, gentle manly in his. demeanour,'and it was these characteristics that had gain ed for Tommy the es...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924
G0LD8BRQUGH, MORT & CO. Ltd., S¥DNE¥. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Write for WAYBIL.C8. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K« &lt;fe L. CUDMORE, Manager. CHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager. Broadcasting Information TN keeping with tlie Progressive Spirit of this Inventive Age, PITT, A SON & BADGERY'S (LTD.), STOCK AND WOOL MARKET RE PORTS, giving latest information, are being sent out daily by BROAD CASTERS, LTD. These speedy reports are often of SPECIAL VALUE to the MAN ON THE LAND, and everyone equipped with a Receiving Set should take advantage of the Service afforded and regularly Tune in to Broad casters, Ltd., CaU-2BL. . . . 9 , ft SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL, PRODUCE, PIG & CALF SALESMEN, SYDNEY S. A. BURNS, LTD., TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street - GOUiLBUR-N. Telephone 412. J . WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Accounts f...
SHOW FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 November 1924
SHOW FIXTURES. Lismore .. . Albion Park Dapto .... ICiama .... Nov. IS, 19, 20. . Jan. 9, 10. Jan. 16, 17. . Jan. 24, 26. Wollongong .. .. .. Jan. 29, 30, 31. Tahmoor and Couridjah . .Feb. 13; 14. Manning River .. .. March 4, 5, 6. 11. A. S.-of N.S.W. .. . . April G to 15. Gloucester .. .. .. ,. .. April 22, 23. "The sooner,a universal tax is im posed for'the upkeep oLliospiteJs tlic better it will be for everybody," said Alderman Gardiner, ol' the Rockdale • Council. * * * » Aid. Edwards, • -o£ the Rockdale Council; "If the people will only stop giving to hospitals the Government will have to step in. They flog the willing horse all the time. There's not a day goes by without a ticket of some kind or another for the hos pital is polced^ under your nose." * * , It * -, Mr. Murdoch, M.Ii.C., gives evid ence that the Migration Department of Australia House is a sham. Printed and, . Published by Robert ' John . Winning, of "Taraijaki," Marsden-street, Crookwell, for the Proprietors, U....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & GO. Ltd., SYDNEY. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEH STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES .% HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Writa far WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. de L. OUOMORE, Mannger. o, CHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager, Broadcasting Information IN keeping with the Progressive Spirit of this Inventive Age, PITT, • SON & BADGERY'S (LTD.), .STOCK AND WOOL MARKET RE PORTS, giving latest information, are being sent out daily by BROAD CASTERS, LTD. • These speedy reports are often of SPECIAL VALUE to the MAN ON THE LAND, and everyone equipped with a Receiving Set should take advantage of the Service afforded and regularly Tune in to Broad casters, Ltd., Call-2BL. PITT, SOI 8s JAUim, LTD. SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL, PROD UCE, PIG & CALF SALESMEN, ' SYDNEY S. A, BURNS, ^ TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street - GOULBURN. Telephone 412. J WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Accounts f...
SHOW FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
SHOW FIXTURES. 'Albion Park.-.. . i .. .. .. .Jan. !), 10. Dapto .... . .. Jan. 16, 17. •"Kiama .. .. .. Jan. 24, 26. Wollongong ........ •.. Jan.'29, 30, 31. Talimoor and Couridjair . ::Feb. 13, 14. -XJuyra .. .. .. .. Fell. 17, 18, 19. Blacktown ....,.Feb. 27, 28. Manning River . . ..- March 4, 5, 6. Be'rrlma.. .... : March '5, 6, 7. i Mudgee .. ;. .. Marcii-10, 11, 12. j Crooltwell .. ......'March 19, 20, 21. i Cooma .. .. .. V. .. .. March 25 26. 1 R. A. S..of N.S.W. . . .. April 6 to 15. Gloucester April 22, 23. Printed and Published by Robert John Winning, of "Taranaki," : Marsden-street, Crookwell, for the t Proprietors, R. J. Winning & Son. i
TENNIS TOURNEY. CONCLUDING ROUND. S. T. CHAMPIONSHIP TO HAROLD HEARNE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
TENNIS TOURNEY. CONCLUDING ROUND. CHAMPIONSHIP TO HAROLD HEARNE. • . The annual open lawn tennis tour nanient under the auspices o£ the • Crookwell District Lawn Tennis Club was concluded on the club's- courts : on Saturday last in not altogether ' pleasant weather conditions. It was ' very cold and a strong wind blew ' all throughout the day. ■ I The counter attraction — sheep i •shearing—doubtless militated against ! a very large attendance. Neverthe- ! less there was a fair number of spec tators present, many dividing their patronage between the two fixtures. Some good tennis was witnessed, ' but it could not be said, generally, that the exhibitions were up to the standard of the beginning of the totirnament, the high wind being very, much against the play. • Harold Hearne provided the sur prise, of the day by defeating both .the visiting champions, Munro and Fitzgerald'in the semi-final and filial respectively of the Southern Table lands Singles Championship. Later in the day, h...
FLEECE 443/4D. A RECORD TO DATE. Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd., report under date 12th November:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
FLEECE 443/4D RECORD TO DATE. Goldsbroufeh, Mort & Co., Ltd., port under date 12th November Otir catalogue for today,'s sale con tained 6995 ■ bales, and included a fair proportion o£ bright attractive clips from the Southern Tablelands, Riverina and the northern districts. The. bulk of the catalogue, however, consisted of clips from the Western Plains^- and they were all more or less earthy, in heavy condition, and frequently burry. There was a full attendance, and competition was well distributed over all sections, and was well maintain ed throughput the ■ sale. The best descriptions of fleece met with good support from America. Eradford operated with greater free dom. Japan operated freely for suitable lines, and Continental buy-: ers appropriated medium fleece de scriptions and all skirtings. Cross- • breds and scoureds were again in limited supply and met with good: support. Values wore well sustaiued at the level established at our last sale, with a tendency to higher ...
NEW SETTLERS. The Secretary of the New Settlers' League writes as under:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
NEW SETTLERS. | The Secretary of the New tiers' League writes as under:— Dear Sir,—In connection with the Government's scheme ot Migration Land Settlement arrangements have been made to bring to this» State a number of married men who have had previous farming experience in England and Scotland. The first' batch of .these men will arrive in Sydney this month, and an appeal has been made to me to secure op portunities of employment for these men through the League. The men are accompanied by their families, and particulars of those expected to arrive this month are given hereun der. With the resources of the League available it should not be very dif ficult to place these workers in suit able employment throughout the country and I am appealing to the members of your branch to ascertain the number of positions which can be found for these men in your dis trict. If every district would under take to absorb one of these famil ies the whole problem would be solved. Unlike the juvenile f...
WIRELESS. THE WONDER OF THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
WIRELESS. THE WONDER OF THE AGE. With the present century have come many mechanical wonders, not the least of which, is wireless, or radio. Two years ago Crookwell was not interested to any great extent in lis tening-in. There were a conple of sets in the district. Mr. E. Pearman installed a home-made set, but his efforts were not rewarded with any great measure of success. Not he cause of any fault of the instrument,"" hut because at that time broadcast ing services were not organised in Sydney, iflul the best he could get were coded messages. But to-day there are numerous broadcasting stations in Sydney, and those who are fortunate enough to possess an instrument can, in their leisure moments, tune-in' to Farm er's or Broadcasters, -Ltd., and hear an orchestral selection, a vocal se lection. the latest quotations for wool, the latest cricket scores, or the last race. It is hard to estimate how much this means to the man or to the wo man in the outer districts. We accepted an invit...
MR. MARK F. MORTON, M.L.A. MEMBER FOR WOLLONDILLY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
MR. MARK F. MORTON, M.L.A. MEMBER FOR WOLLONDILLY. The subject of our sketch, Mr. Mark F. Morton, M.L.A, for "Wollondil l.v, is a native of the Electorate, and lias resided in the Illawarra district all his life. He was first returned to Par liment for the Slioalhaven El ectorate in 1901, and later for the Allowrie Electorate In 1904, holding this seat until the year 1920, when, through misplaced confidence and a slackness in voting, he was un seated. Not satisfied with this Te suit, Mr. Morton again contest ed Wollondily in 1922 ILnd was returned. Although offered ministerial positions,- Mr. Morton has al ways preferred to retain his freedom, and in this way finds that he can better forward tlie interests of his • constit uents. He has earnel the reputa tion of diligently attending to the wants of the electors and rarely fails in district require ments. He has always manifested a decided leaning towards coun try interests. This, of course, is natural, as Mr. Morton is essentially a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
Wonderful Wireless Are You on the Air Line ? Listen In on a "Kadiola," the -Wireless Keceiver built by the Amalgamated Wireless . (Australasia) Ltd. Take to the new fascinating and pleasant ;i •means of spending some of your leisure time. jne-'right up to the moment in the latest , news, comprising Markets, Sporting, Over-^ seas, Musical Items, etc., broadcasted to your home daily. $ KV"" " E-adiola " Listening; In Sets are a success.; Come and let us demonstrate it to you, we f f ha/ve one installed at our business for this ^ purpose. You will be amazed.. ; H. W. PINKERTON, Phone 88, CROOKWELL. Agent for all Accessories and " Radiolas " supplied by the Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Ltd., Wireless House, 97 Clarence Street, Sydney. Branches throughout Australasia. WHEN DOES A MAN LOOK SMARTER THAN USUAL?—WHEN HE IS WEARING A HIGH GRADE TAILORED SUIT TO MEASURE FROM J. H. DALE /WE E Guarantee OUR SUITS to "Wear, Not to lose Shape, ami to be an EX CELLENT PIT, and if they are not...
Taralga Echo. SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER, 1924. PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
Sralp €rl|cr. SATURDAY, 21st NOVEMBER, 1924. PERSONAL The ' many friends of Mr. Fred (Barty) Dawson will be pleased to learn that he is quite strong and hearty after his lengthy stay in New castle. where he was engaged in the hairdressing" trade' for some months following his recovery. Barty is hack in Taralga again for the purpose' of starting in business.. . Mr. Jack Roche,.of the Richlands Hotel, is only making slow progress towards recovery. - The severe at tack of rheumatic fever left him in a very low state of health. We, how ever, wish him a spedy and perman ent recovery.. Master Stanley Pliemister, soil of Mr. W. Pliemister, manager of the Taralga Dairy Co., is at present.in the Goulbnrn Hospital suffering from poison. Mis condition is far from satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Pliemis ter are having more than their share of bad luck. A' few months ago they had a younger boy in the same insti tution with • bowel trouble. Prior to this other members of the family were. sick at inter...
NEW BUSINESS PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
NEW BUSINESS ^ PREMISES. Mi-. C. V. Dawson, who believes in being up-to-date in his.'business is having: new business premises erected in Orchard-street. The work is nearing completion at .1 will be ready for occupation wlt'ifn a week or two. Mr. Morduant if at present erecting maple fittings, and, with largo plate glass windov s the shop will present an attractive appear ance. The pVemises have \i frontage of 22 feot with a depth of 40 feet.
Successful District Grazier. MR. M. J. McALISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
Successful District Grazier. MR. M. J. McAUSTER. Eacli .week we intend to devote space in our columns concerning the progress made by men In the 'dis trict who. by their' energy.pesever iinee and up-to-date methods, have made good. In this way we are also helping to boost our district's resources. This week we* propose to refer to Mr. M. .1. McAlister, of "Brisbane Vale." Myrtleville,- whose name is known as being a most successful landowner. Jlr. McAlister's property compris es 2000 acres' of rich grazing coun try-'which is all dug out, netted aud, above all, well-watered. The property is nine miles from Taralga and 28 miles from Goulburn, and joins Hillcrest and Chatsbtiry Estates. , . When Mr. McAlister took this prop erty over in .'1912 It was ^ thickly in fested with rabbits, unimproved, and its carrying capacity about 1000 sheep. At present the property car ries 2SOO all the year round. The sheep are from Yanko Stand ard breeders, possessing Quality which invariably secures fo...
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 November 1924
GOLSPIE (Prom Our Correspondent). Since my last notes from this cen tre there has been another . birth day party, when Mr. James Home invited a number of friends and re latives to a gathering in the local hall. Although he evening was stormy, practically all the invited guests arrived, and a ■ most enjoy able evening was spent with cards and dancing, musical items and an excellent supper. Mrs. Home received a large num ber of choice and. useful birthday gifts, and dozens of good wishes for her future health and happiness. Everyone' was pleased to see Mr. James Home "present and looking so well after his recent severe illness. The season continues good, with abundant rain. • La^t week's fall amounted to an inch and 42 points were registered on Thursday night. It has delayed shearing, but grass and crops are excellent. Reported .that Mr. James Lang se cured a. 51b. trout in a local stream; recently. . Everyone is pleased with the suc cess of the local .shearers at Crook well' contests...