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

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Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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"FIVE HUNDRED." Golspie v. Richlands. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

"FIVE HUNDRED." Golspie v. Rlchlands. This coutest was discussed at Com ino Bros.' refreshment rooms, Taral ga„ and resulted in a win, by -4 very narrow- margin, for Golgpie. :: They had one game to the good. " Results:— Richlands. Golspie. jUcAlister and Bensley (2) v. Marmont and Matthews (3). ! Jlarmont and Marmont (4) v. Camer j, on and Keough -(3). PiBlayson and Corby (6) v. Keough 1 and Riordan (3). Cusack and McPaul (2) v. Marmont and Lawler (2). . Mrs. Cusack and Mrs. Marmont (C) I v. Mrs. Writer and M. Cameron : • (2). A. Dezius and Stilwell (1) v. Croker and Toole (7). White and Viles (2) v. Lee and Chalk I . er (G). • Cameron and Bailey (4) v. Croker and McAlister (2. ' Golspie: 28 gamo6. Richlands: 27.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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THE FEDERAL BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

FEDERAL BUDGET. A substantial cut has been made of one-eighth in Federal Income Tax. Thus the rates of income tax for 1925 26,will be less than at any time dur ing the war, with the exception of the first year. The reduction in taxation is-estimat ed at £1,400,000, and means that the; income tax per head will be lowered to £1/12/2. /. A bill will'be introduced to provide that no entertainment tax will be pay able, where price of admission is less than 2/6. Old Age and Invalid Pensions are •to be increased by 2/6 a week to £1. ■This will involve £800,000 per annum.

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

KAPOK MATTRESSES 2ft. Gin: 3ft. Gin.' -1ft. Gin. Quality. No. 1 33/6 -1-5/- 55/ „ 2 ' 38/6 52/(3 : 67/6 „ „ 3 4-7/6'. 63/- 80/ PILLOWS,. 6/6. We also Stock till sizes in WIRE MATTRESSES and AVI RE STRETCHERS ranging in price, from 25/6 upwards. - All the above lines are direct fiom the Manufac turer and will stand comparison as regards price and quality. Goodhew Bros., • (The Value and Service Stores) GENERAL IMPORTERS, ('Phono 5) TARALGA. SPECIAL NOTICE. - s»y.-s.; TO READERS AND ADVERTISERS. #i —: "\TR. S. J. GROSVENOE has been ap pointed' Sole Distributing Agent ■ for the "ECHO" in Taralga. • Orders for the regular delivery in ' Taralga, or by Post, may be lodged ■ at his' Store, ancl will receive prompt attention. , > Mr. Grosvenor is also authorised by us to receive Advertisements for . insertion in the "ECHO," and- his re ueipt will be sufficient discharge for all moneys paid to liim on our be half. Mr. Grosvenor is our • accredited agent in Taralga, and orders for Printing...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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(Published by Arrangement.) PUBLIC HOSPITALITY. In an editorial article the Prividence (U.S.A.) "News" says:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) ; PUBLIC HOSPITALITY. In an editorial article the Privid ence (U.S.A.) "News" says:— "Nearly all public sentiment is against the Prohibition Law. Liquor ■is habitually ..served in the best ' homes.- Only a handful of uplifters. feel tliera is anything morally wrong .in breaking this law. The city 5s no . drier than the authorities can make it 111 the face of an almost universally hostile public opinion." ; ! To that the Boston "Herald" adds: i "Conditions in this city are appar ently about the same as in other large Eastern cities. There is no great scar city of liquor, and no great difficulty in obtaining it in quantity. Among poor and rich, in and out of the church, there is connivance at active, passive and constructive violation of the law." | In Rochester, "city officials make no : effort to conceal the fact that scores of places are openly selling liquor," declares the "Herald." "Only a mild . minority is interested, in Prohibition ! enforcement/' i...

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The Taralga Echo. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, l925. LOCAL and GENERAL RAILWAY NEARING COMPLETION [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

SCaralqa (Eck. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, l'J25. JjQCAL and GEKTCRAL RAILWAY. NEARING COMPLETION IT * ' ' v; - - " The \york< of finishing the Roslyn Taralga railway line is now being pushed ahead, as each morning dur ing the present week the quite 1'amil v iar sound of the whistle is being heard • —the engine hauling along the mater ial for the erection of the station house. Workmen are now employed in the erection of same, and in the course of the next few weeks the long-looked-for station house will be an accomplished fact. Contracts have'been Jet for several minor erections, such as station yards', trucking yards, etc., and it is confid ently expected' that everything will be in readiness for working order and . handed over to the Commissioners some time in October.

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

THE SURE SIGN. A dull, persistent pain in the back, an ache that spoils sleep an (lis-worse in the morning, a sharp, cutting pain when 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, gcavel, astone. 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 bank 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 X should take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and spoke so highly of them that ...

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STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

STOCK MARKET. At C. S. Bradbury's usual fortnight ly sales held on Saturday there was u firm market for sheep, no doubt owing to the very satisfactory prices received by some of tlie local wool growers during the recent wool sales In some instances prices for local wool reached i'24d.* Sales . included merino wethers, 4 and C tooth, to 32/6; comeback wrs., 4 and.5yrs., to 31/-; comeback wrs., fat. 2 and 4 tooth, 33/6; steers,. 2yrs., well-bred and forward condition, to £5/10/-; fat cows, to £6; heifers, to £4/10/-; young cattle, from 30/- to

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MULWAREE SHIRE COUNCIL. MEETING WEDNESDAY, 12th AUG. REPORT OF WORKS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

MULWAREE SHIRE i COUNCIL. i ■ * MEETING WEDNESDAY, 12th AUG. REPORT OF WORKS COMMITTEE. At Wednesday's meeting of the Mul waree Shire Council the "Works Com mittee tendered their report as fol lows:— . ' • Letter was received from, the Gun ning Shire Council asking Council to ratify arrangements arrived at by en gineers in respect of maintenance o£ portion of the. Gurrundah-Crookwell road, and it was agreed to recommend ratification of arrangements as desir ed. ' • Letter was received from R. Muffett asking for something to be done near 16-m'ile peg, Windellama road. Bungonia Progress Assn. wrote ask ing that Council give attention to Lookdown road, which was in a bad state. —Both these matters were referred to the engineer for attention. A letter was received from the Ken more Progress Association drawing at tention to the bad state of Kenmore road, and Kenmore Village streets.— The association to be informed that a considerable amount of work will be put in hand almost immediately...

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P. AND C. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

AND C. BALL. On Monday night the Parents unci Citizens' Dance committee held n meeting : at Mr. Neil's , residence to carry out. arrangements lor the forth coming .ball on September 4th. The meeting was well represented and arrangements are now in full, swing. With the co-operation of the dis trict, the ball should jirove a great success. See advertisement appear ing in this issue.

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

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL STOCK PRICES. Last Friday's Sales. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. (Crookwell) report:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

COMMERCIAL. ; ' * _ I CROOKWELL STOCK PRICES. Last Friday's Sales. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. (Crook ■ well) report:— A small yarding of sheep and a fair yarding o£ cattle at laBt Friday's Crookwell stock sale. There was a fair attendance of buyers present, the market being similar to that of last sale. Our sales included:— Sheep: Merino ewes, to 26/-; mer ino wethers, to 25/6; merino lambs,' to '23/7. Cattle: Pat blks., £8 to £12; fat cows, £8 to £8/2/6; fat heifers, £5 5/- to £6/6/-; store cows, £3/5/ to £3/13/-; best springers, £6/10/ to £8/7/6; others, £4/12/6 to £5; 1-year-old steers and heifers, to. £3; poddies, to £2. , Messrs. W. H. Wheatley (Crook well) report:— A small yarding of sheep and a fair ly large yarding of cattle to a good attendance of buyers from Goulburn and local centres.. Prices were quite equal to recent sales. Sheep: Merino wethers, to 27/6; merino weaners, to 24/-; cbk weaners, to 23/6; xbreds, 24/6. Pat Cattle: Heavy weights, to £12 0/8; medium w...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

HERE AND THERE Unhappily; Saturday's football con test at Crookwell was responsible for an unfortunate accident, when . Gor . . don Stephenson had his leg broken. ** » » * Mr. Dan Harries, of Bannister, is taking off a very fine crop of "Fac tor" potatoes, averaging 7 to 8 tons to the acre. He has about 20 acres under crop, nearly all of which has now been dug. * * * Palbi won the Australian Steeple chase on Saturday, after a desperate ... contest with Silver Heart. Jupiter, the favourite, filled third place. The winner started at fives. » » * The Crookwell Shire Council, in con junction with the Crookwell Amateur Swimming Club committee, are ac tively moving towards the acquisition of the necessary authority from the Government to construct baths on the reserve at the foot of Marsden-street, Crookwell. So far no opposition has been encountered and it is possible that the proposed baths will be an . eBtablisred convenience in time for the opening of the swimming season. It would app...

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Wool Auctions. IMPORTANT NOTICE RE ORDER OF OFFERING. The Secretary Farmers & Graziers' Co-operative Co. writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

Wool Auctions. IMPORTANT NOTICE RE ORDER OF OFFERING. The Secretary Farmers & Graziers' Co-operative Co. pyrites:— Clients are particularly requested to note that an alteration has been decided upon in connection with the method of determining a-due date for offering each and every clip. For some season's past the determining ' point has been the date of arrival in j to store of "the first bona fide consign j ment of a regular and continuous ; shearing." It has now been decided i by the whole of the Sydney Wool I Selling Brokers that, in fixing the date for offering, 25 per cent of ev- ■ ' ery grower's individual clip, from his regular and continuous shearing must be in store before the clip is due to be listed for offering . I A distinctly healthier tone has been in evidence in the wool market since auctions were resumed. The July sales in Sydney terminated on the 30th ultimo, but operations will be ! continued in Sydney . on Monday, 1 August 10, sales running on till the ;...

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

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FIRE AT HOTEL CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

FIRE AT HOTEL CROOKWELL. The reflection of flames was noticed late on Saturday night in one o£ the bedrooms of the Hotel Crookwell. Following custom Mr. Guy made an j inspection of the roms before closing the premises for the night. He noticed j what appeared, to be a light shining through the floor of an upstair bed-! room. A closer inspection revealed' the fact that the joists were alight. A Are had been burning in the room and it is surmised that a spark from the fire ignited the oregon joists. I ' With the aid of a fire extinguisher the burning timber was soused and put out. But for the fortunate vigil- ■ anc.e of the proprietor, a big Are may have resulted. Little damage, how-, ever, wd» caused. j

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

PERSONAL. Mr. .1. V. McKenzie, who recently underwent an operation in Sydney, is now doing well and]-is expected home in another week. * * ♦ ' Mr. T. \V. Burge, who recently went for a holiday in the Hay district, has returned home quite pleased with his trip, hut states that he would not give 500 acres of Taralga land for the whole of the country he saw between the townships of Hay and Cunbar Station. Mr. W. J. Jeffery, of this town, start ed last Thursday morning on his new line of business and the public gen erally may expect to hear of Jeff. turning up in any old place at all. • • » — Mr. A. J. Milne^ relieving Postnias- ' ter, expects to be transferred during the next few weeks. Tis successor, I understand, comes from the northern districts, whence our friend expects to be sent 011 the relieving staff. j

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(Published by Arrangement). ANOTHER SET-BACK TO PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

(Published l>y Arrangement). .ANOTHER SET-BACK TO PROHI. B1TION. . Another Bill to enforce Prohibition 'locally has been defeated in the New Yorli State Assembly, reports the cor respondent of the London "Daily Telegraph." The report goes on:-* "The opponents of the ;bill- contend ed that the Volstead Law had not re sulted in prohibition, or even in tem perance, but in increased drinking and widespread corruption? o£; public officials, blackmail, and bribery. "Senators Nicoll nd Sheridan made caustic comments on the prevalence of drinking among law-makers and law ' enforcers, alleging that there were Judges charged with the enforce ment of the law aiul others who preached and voted one way but drank in another", even' in public at banq uets and.oh other, festive occasions. The police, lie said, were no excep tion to the rule. "Another, Senator declared that in seven years Americans, from . being one of the most law-abiding of civil ised nations, had become the most lawless. The l...

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NEW TELEPHONE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

NEW TELEPHONE OFFICE; For some considerable time the resi dents of Strme Quarry have .been" .ag itating-tor'q telephone service through their energetic secretary (Mr. Dave Mullaney) and the following letter has been received by that 'gentleman through Mr. H. P. Lazzarini,' Federal member for Werriwa:— *, Postmaster-General's Dept. 1-1. P. Lazzarini, Esq., House of Representatives, Melbourne. Sir,—lu connection with representa tion recently made by Mr. Dave .Mul laney. Stone Quarry, Taralga, for the. establishment of a public telephone' office at the residence of Mr. J. J. Walsh, Stone Quarry, Taralga, 1 have to inform you that the matter has been inquired into and as a result approval has been given for the erection of a public telephone line from Taralga to Mr. Walsh's residence, and the-estab lishment of a telephone office under the name of Stone Quarry. ! I shall be glad if you will-inform Mr. Mullaney accordingly. "Vours faithfully, J. P. KKTTO, D.P.M.G.' The notification as abo...

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Teachers' Federation. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 15 August 1925

Teachers' Federation. •* MONTHLY MEETING. On Saturday, 8th inst., the'monthly meeting of toie.local..branch of the Teachers' Federation was held in the Taralga Public School, those present being .Messrs. Neil, Dezius,"- Rohan, •Delves, Richards, E.- Perry, and Miss Jackson. The business of the morning con sisted of the discussions arising from the various difficulties met with in the working and handling of a small school. These are being forwarded to the local inspector, Mr. Fraser, who has kindly consented, at some future date, to address the local teachers on these matters. Since its inception the local branch has proved itself worthy of the sup port of every district* teacher, all ot whom, with the exception of two, are financial members. - "Union is strength." - and • it's the duty of every teacher to join the Fed "eration, thereby rmaking his or her lot more easier.

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