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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

PRESENTATION. . On Thursday night, at the Richlands Hotel, Taralga, Mr. Eddie Croke was the guest of the members of the Tar alga Band. He was the recipient of a'present, accompanied by .compli mentary references from many speak-' ers.' A full report or the function will appear in. next issue.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS. PINES TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

TENNIS. PINES TENNIS CLUB. A general meeting of old members and intending members o£ tlie above club was held at Comino Bros.' re freshment rooms 011 Wednesday night. Sergeant Riordan occupied the chair. The object in view was to to try and revive the old club, which for some time has been suffering—usual complaint—lack of energy. It was decided, after much discuss ion, t'o hold a tennis afternoon on Sunday, 16th inst. Members and in tending members are cordially invit ed, and ladies are to provide. It was also decided to hold a social in aid of club funds on the 19th inst: full particulars of which will appear advertisement on the 15th inst. > The prospects now appear to be brighter, and several challenges have already come to hand. Married members v. single is the' first on the list, being a preliminary "go" before accepting any further club, challenges. With the advent of warmer leath er this popular pastime should again hold sway.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

POTATO MARKET. The Frimary Producers' Trading Agency, Limited, report under date etli August:— ; . l Crookwell district potato growers' have been repeatedly advised through this press that any over- supply of potatoes on the market at present would seriously reflect-in lower prices. On the-17th ultimo the market was up to £14 for locals.; Evidently this was too good; a chance to be missed and supplies commenced to increase and lower pries ruled in consequence, but the climax came this week. Mon day saw 33 trucks of locals in posi tion; Tuesday 23 trucks; Wednesday 14; and to-day 7, making, a total of 15,000 bags forward in four days. Had the market been clear of Tasmanian shipments the locals could and would have been absorbed at satisfactory prices, but the fly in the ointment is that the imported potatoes are still on the wharf unsold. The trade is naturally taking full advantage of the position and making the market for locals at their own figures. Under the circumstances growers...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLSPIE. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

GOLSPIE. , (Prow Our Correspondent). Mr. \V. S. Marmont is at present an iii mate oi' tae Cottage Hospital, Crookwell. He is suffering from a bad attack of erysipelas in the right arm" and will probably be compelled to remain in hospital for soma time. Mr. Donald Cameron, of Highfield, met with an accident last week. While working in timber he ran a piece of wood' into his arm, and was compell ed to go to Crookwell for medical treatment. It was found that an op- ' eration was necessary in order to re- | move the wood from his arm, and i Mr. Cameron was an inmate of Nurse Tulloh's Hospital for several days, j While engaged at his work a few i days ago, Jlr. J. T. Lang had the mis- | fortune to be struck in the eye by a | small piece of stone or iron, which lodged in his eye. A visit to Dr. Ly- ' ons' at Taralga was found to be nri- j cessary, "as this lady successfully re.j moved the fragment from Mr. Lang's? eye. What might have proved a serious accident was narrowly averted, here o...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"FIVE HUNDRED." INTER-CLUB MATCH. Richlands v. Taralga. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

"FIVE HUNDRED." INTER.CLUB MATCH. Richlands v. Taralga. Played at refreshment room Taral ga, on Thursday last. Resulted in a very.narrow margin o£ a win for Taralga by three games. , ■ ■ | Results of games:— ! Richlands. Taralga. 1 G. McAliiter and H. Bensley (2) v. Sullivan and Keating (3). J. Cusack and W. McPaul (3) v. Bath and Clialker (2). Marmont and Marmont (3) v. Burge and Fitzgibbon (1). , Mrs. Cusatsk and M. Pinlayson (5) v.; Mrs. Ghalker and W. Fitzgibbon ; (5). - • T. Corby and W. F. Emery (1) v. R. Gordon and A. Riordan (5). M. E. Viles and G. White (3) v. C. Mooney and L. Krelle (2). C. Cameron and G. Bailey (2) v. J. • Swan and G. Lee (4). Taralga, 22; Richlands, 19, Golspie play RlclilandB at Taralga ou Thursday night, when both .teams are looking forward to a real pleasant, oveninsv ■ . ' t

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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CONVERSION LOAN. EXPERT ADVICE. Stock Exchange Chairman's Views. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

CONVERSION LOAN. EXPERT. ADVICE. . Stock Exchange Chairman's' Views. The Chairman of the Sydney Stock Exchange lias issued the following most important statement regarding the big £67,000,000 War Conversion and Redemption Loan now being rais ed in Australia:— The Prospectus of the Conuuonveal | th 54 pfer cent. War Conversion and j Redemption • Loau, which was issued by the Federal Treasurer 011 the 22nd ! July, gives details of the largest and : most important financial proposition ever placed before the Australian in ; vesting public. The manner in which ; the present Commonwealth Govern ! ment have handled the finances dur ing the past few years has inspired Ijreat confidence in Commonwealth securities, with the result that all the present issues, from the 41 per cents, to the 6 per cents., have reach ed a premium so high in the case of ! one fi per cent, issue that a few days ! ago the return at market price was ■ only £4/17/- ber cent., notwithstand ing it is subject to Federal...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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TARALGA AND DISTRICT BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

taralga and district band. A social under the auspices of the -Bam! wa.s "held in the Federal Hall on Friday'lust and was .thoroughly successful, both from a financial and social standpoint. I understand they are'to be'continued fortnightly dur ing the remainder of the winter, and '.it is to be hoped they will receive 5'the patronage they deserve. Music • was supplied by Band Orchestra. The ^services of this orchestra are very ,'jmich sought after by those conducting entertainments anywhere in this 'district; , A tribute, indeed, to our, ■ Bahdlnaster,

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

Ml Sales Friday, .,21st August At 1! o'clock. W. H. Wheatley Will Sell by Auction AT Til «i CIKX1KAV K*,*, VJ K I>» On Above Date: 500 Mixed Sileep ALSO 50 Mixed Cattle:. CROOKWELL. W. H. WHEATLEY XT AS received instructions to Sell by Auction on- . FRIDAY, 21st AUGUST, , i .At 3 p.m. ! at their, office \ A/c ESTATE LATE THOMAS SMITH: FARM at Kialla, 1 mile from School and Store; C miles from Crook\veII AREA: 170 Acres Freehold. Securely fenced, well watered, com fortable Cottage. THE ARGYLE HOTEL taralga. Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits Only Stocked. First-class Accommodation. Electric Light Installed Throughout, j Good Stabling and Garage. MRS. M. MUDIE PROPRIETRESS. |l -'Phone No. 4, Taralga. PLANTING SEASON. F at hand, and in a district like Crookwell and surrounding dis tricts you want trees grown in a cli mate similar. Our Nursery is ^ell known in Goiilburn, the only Cold Climate Nursery in N.SAV. Over 100,000 of the finest Fruit atfd Orna mental Trees, True to Name...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Taralga Co-op. Dairy Co. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

Taralga Co-op. Dairy Go. ANNUAL MEETING. The - annual general - meeting of shareholders of the Taralga Co-operat ive Dairy Co., Ltd., was held in the Federal Hall, Taralga, on Friday, 31st July, when a thoroughly representat ivegathering o£ suppliers and share holders attended. . Among the visitors were represent atives of various societies directly in terested in the dairying industry. Mr. Neale (representing the Register of Co-operative Societies), Mr. English (of Coastal Farmers' Society, Goul burn). and Mr. Tickner (District Pre sident of the Primary Producers' Un ion), and at the close of the meeting those gentlemen addressed the gather ing, each from his awn particular standpoint and the position as it ef fected the dairymen and primary pro ducers in general. In the unavoidable absence of the Chairman (Mr. C. D. Keith), the De puty-Chairman (Mr. G. C. Goadliew) presented the directors' report for the ■ year as follow#:— . "Gentlemen,—Your Directors have pleasure in presenting ...

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SLATE SLITTERS. ARRIVE ON "BARRABOOL" FOR GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

SLATE SLITTERS. ARRIVE ON "BARRABOOL" FOR GOULBURN. Tlie steamer "Barrabool," which reached Sydney last week-end from London, brought eleven competent slate slitters from Wales. They are under engagement to the N.S. Wales Slate Co., Ltd., and will operate in the Goulburn district. Excellent slate is known to exist in the district, and with the aid of men who understand the business, this in dustry should show much develop ment.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

WEATHER. I Tuesday morning: BitterU' cold with j slight showers of .snow. . ...... TRY THE ECHO FOR V.... , -GOOD PRINTING' .... ...... ALL WAYS & ALWAYS .....

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Grookwell A., P. and H. Society. ANNUAL MEETING. ACCEPTABLE REPORT AND BALANCE-SHEET PRESENTED, [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

Grookweil A., P. and H. Society. ANNUAL MEETING. ACCEPTABLE REPORT AND BAL ANCE-SHEET PRESENTED, the Crnn£? I m® mg o£ members of was hM?i * aml H- Society Institnti win ™ Crookwell Literary Tbo « -i on Friday afternoon last. occuniefthf6^ -(Mr- S" A- Cullen) occupied the chair, and there were S , R nS': w- A. Trc.m": usssttfr man j Kp'n C'iUrchili' F- c- Spack S Cupitt and Angus Mcintosh. ANNUAL REPORT AND BALANCE , SHEET. ri! "" *ann" dent ^fVmg,lts ad°Ption the presi ast shnHV0 the success of the sectlnn n fixture. In aImost fi section an improvement was notice P"tic/lIar'y i« the produce ami three S i Tlle innovation of a cess p® ?,h,ow had Proved a suc the first ria Said the President, hut thl -was Bomewhat affected, *1 opening day would develon Thfir^ iint0 a judsinS day solely! it was 6r, Pt-la,d increa*ed, but stl11 unsatisfactory, and he' Would suggest that a membership we be arranged, covering the whole of the district, when an active can to opeL«onSCrR6rS C0UW be put ln" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiri> | expressed in Full Fresh SlocJcs of Smart i Dresses and, Accessories at | Early inspection of these Beautiful Fresh 1 Goods will convince of their superb value. | JSeiv Goods in Every Department. | Dress Department— | AUTUMN AND WINTER DRESS LINENS in all shades. • 2 COTTON GEORGETTES, in tho most fashionable coloiings. . . 2 FUJI, in stripes, plain and natural colors. | SILK GEORGETTES. = CREPE DE CHINE. 2. FLORAL VOILES, in many designs., 2 PLAIN COLORED VOILES,.all these are in the most fashionable 2. shades and consist o£ 3)4 yard lengths only in each shade. 2 COTTON JAP. CREPE,'in eveiy color. This is the best crepc manu 2 factored, and selling freely at 1/- per yard. | Show Room— 2 We are showing, an Exclusive Range of MILLINERY- AND 2 FROCKS in the most Fashionable Materials and Colors. 2 Hosiery— | Best Quality Only—" KYSER,"' «AS YOU LIKE IT," and. 2 BOND'S " SILK A...

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(Published by Arrangement). HARVEST OF CORRUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

(Published by Arrangement). ' HARVEST OF CORRUPTION. "Politicians ill both parties are be coming part of the mass ' of corrup tion which Is our most striking har vest from the Prohibition Amend ment," declares the American 'Na tion," "The way that corruption is spread ing is alarming. We hear that the policeman in many cities are now even more corrupt than the revenue officials—although that seems almost incredible. "Along-side of corrupt revenue offi cials and policemen has grown up an army of blackmailers who live off the bootleggers they threaten with ex posure. "Our United States courts are break ing down—and the Federal prosecut ing machinery as well—by reason of the enormous number of cases thrust upon them. The preparation and pro secution of thousands of these cases are in the hands of young assistant district attorney usually appointed for political reasons at salaries of $2,500 and upward, upon which they are ex pected to live and withstand tremen dous pressure upon them t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

RABBIT SKINS THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO RABBIT SKINS & Go. Ltd. V ;< SYDNEY • ARE STILL SENDING. RESULTS HAVE PROVI D IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. EXPERT CLASSERS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. • . WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. St Every home should have "lashuns" of water —not just enough to skimp along on if the seasons are favorable. An extra tank or two conveniently placed round the home will save kthe women-folk much weary 'water carrying and perhaps enable you to enjoy more of the real comforts of Life. We supply all kinds and sizes of Tanks also pipes, guttering, taps, etc. Complete 'water services installed. "DUPLICATE HOUSE" Phone 78 CRqOKWELL LYSAGHT'S AUSTRALIAN ORB 2C.GUAGE CORRUGATED IRON— • 6ft., 3/10; 7ft.,4/6; 8ft., 5/3; 9ft., 6/- ; 10ft., 6/9. RIDGE CAPPING, 3/6. ' ' ' GUTTERING, 2/3. SCREWS, 2/- lb . . - SPRING-HEAD NAILS, i/- lb. - S. A. BURNS, ^ TIMBER MERCHANTS & , BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, ^ Verner Street - - - GOULB.UR.Ni...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 August 1925

OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. JOHN BARRY. NOTED PIONEER AND BREEDER. There passed away on Sunday last at his residence, "Hillcrest," Myrtle- ville, Mr. John Barry, at the ripe age of 93 years.     His life was a long and active one, full of dilligence and service. He was possessed of a genial personality and was respected for probity in all his   dealings. He was a native of Ireland, and came to Australia with his parents in the earligs 'thirties. The Hillcrest cattle are known   throughout the length and breadth of Australia for their prime quality, and frequently topped the market at Syd- ney in open competition. The late Mr. Barry was considered a great judge of both cattle and hors- es. He was a regular exhibitor at the Royal and in country show-rings, where he was most successful in an- nexing many coveted prizes with his stock. His services were in great de- mand as a judge of stock at various shows throughout the State. His de- cis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

SSBSr^i ENHANCE THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR PROPERTY BY ERECTING WELL-MADE QATE5. WOVEN WIRE QATES arc obtainable here in many attractive designs, while for general use the sturdy iron framed i'ARM QfATE built to render everlasting service, will keep out trespassers and protect your crops and stock. Prices and further details on request. M. A. GROVE "Duplicate House," Crookwell. Phone 78 £ SD.524S Taralga Refreshment Rooms NOW UNDER NEWJ MANAGEMENT. PINE ASSORTMENT OP CHOCOLATES AND CONFECTIONERY, CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON, TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES OF ALL KINDS. FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, SMALL GOODS—ALWAYS FRESH. FRESH FISH 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 JNTEWSPAPER. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. A TRIAL WILL MAKE YOU A REGULAR CUSTOMER. COMINO BROTHERS - PROPRIETORS. PHONE 26. ORCHARD ST., TARALGA. TARALGA. | AT THE PICTURES.1 To.night ! TO.NIG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

THE AEGYLE HOTEL TARALGA. Best Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits Only Stocked. First-class Accommodation. Electric Light Installed Throughout. Good Stabling and Garage. MRS. M. MUDIE PROPRIETRESS. 'Phone No. 4, Taralga; 1 STEPHENSON, PRACTICAL TAILOR, Orchard Street, Taralga. BEST OF MATERIALS USED. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Prices will Compare Favourably With the City. la=^i=l=T=I=T=XjrfSEzif=1Jf=l=rigI=TSl=rr=l=^=t=S J HPARALGA.—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, 1/6; Stand in, 6d.

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FACTORY NOTES. TARALGA DAIRY CO New Manager Arrives.—The Month's Output.—Machinery Overhaul. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

FACTORY NOTES. taralga dairy New ManaQer Arrives.—The Month's Output.—Machinery Overhaul. At the usual monthly board meet ing of the above company, held this week, the chairman (Mr. C. D. Keith) was again elected as chairman for the ' third-consecutive year.. The new manager (Mr. S. Falkiner), of Muswellbrook, took charge this week, and at the meeting was wel >, coined by the chairman in a few well chosen remarks. Mr. Falkiner comes to us with a very high 'reputation and is very ■ pleased with the district generally, and more particularly with the fac , tory. He will be pleased at all times to make the acquaintance of suppliers ' and shareholders, and his expert knowledge in this particular line of butter factory work will at all times be available to suppliers. During the month of July, 21561bs of choicest butter was manufactured,, and suppliers will be paid on a basis of 1/7& per lb. The supply is grad ually increasing each week and early in September we expect to be in...

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Commanding Success in the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

Commanding Success in the Country. llllllllllllIlSlliHIIIIlillttlillllilfllllliiiimiiiiHHiiiniimiiiiiniiiii""""'"""1""""1 rpHIS serles of articles has been written hot so much to inform •' the country dweller of something that he or she already knows, but to endeavour to wake them up to a reality of their responsibility In ' the matter of stimulating effort in the country to bring about bet. ter conditions—modernising and making our towns more attractive and inviting. In short, to stop the drift to the cities, and to strengthen decentralisation. ~ Any reader who feels disposed to assist us by expressing his or her views through these columns may do so. A The Motive which Warrants 1 Success. (Article No. 2.) .By "VERB CAP.", The motive is everything! If we can get our motives right, the - resultant efforts increase in volume and power pro rata. Where the motive of life is purely that , of serving self for the sake of serving self, there must always fol low warped judgment and jaundic...

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