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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

FOR ENVELOPES SEE US. BL.UE.LINED, HIGH GRADE. AT SPECIAL QUOTES FOR QUANTI. TIES.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

POLICE COURT The following cases were dealt with at the Taralga Police Court on Tues day last before Mr. H. B. Whiting, J.P.:— One defendant pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk in Orchard street, and was convicted and fined 10/- and court costs. For riding a motor cycle without a light in Orchard-street, Stanley Bax ter was fined 10/- and costB. For driving a motor car without a license the defendant was fined 10/ and costs. Two cases of assault were with drawn, and another case of assault was struck out, there being no ap pearance of either parties.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Country First—Removing Debris. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Country First—Removing Debris. Our Australian-countryside is be spattered .with useless debris, which, the quicker it is removed, the more pleasant and successful will be the constructive work so urgently needed. Le tme pertinently name some of this debris: The evil of thoughtless selfishness. The accumulated heaps of decaying suspicions as between section and section. The inefficient spirit of drift—mean ing the apathetic indifference which takes any centralised injustice to a chorus of growls and nothing more. The heart-break and cruel discour agement caused by the country hav ing to pay its share of taxation as well as the city's. The indifference of so many coun try town business men towards town and country improvement. The idea that nothing should be done for the good of the district un less some immediate payment is sighted. ' There are many others ■ of course, but these will do to enable me to push on with this splendid idea of a "Bet ter Country Town Movement." Deal ing wit...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Railway Matters. For the information o£ our many j readers we would like to point out' that arrangements are now complete, and any of our fanners who are anx ious to have their prqduce removed by rail can do so now by handing in the usual notice to secure trucks to load ex Taralga or any of the sidings along the line, and the same applies ' to anyone requiring truck loads of any description landed at Taralga sta tion. The engineer in charge of construc tion, we understand, has gone to a good deal of trouble in this connec tion in order to give the general pub lic the advantage of mail facilities, for which we can lie very thankful. The road leading to the station will be finally completed this week by the employees of the Mulwaree Shire Council, and the contractors for the ] fencing of same and also the station ! yards are now busy finalising this part of the work. | Although the official opening is not ' to be expected for a little while yet, the above facilities are now available ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

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Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, August 20. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, August 20. I Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report: , Harking back to the doldrums of April-May, it is rather wonderful that ; demand for wool should be as strong ' as it is at present. Prices, too, must be regarded as on the whole satisfac tory, for though it is only exception al quality such as the Balala clip sold, by us on the 30th ult. up to 34Jd that commands ah outside price, there is strong competition current for any lots approaching to fine quality, lor which ready sale is found at from 29d to 31d, at which latter price we sold the HA/DULVAY clip last Tues day. A healthy indication is the initia tion of casual Bradford demand, de cided expansion in which is a vital necessity if the larger catalogues of new clip wool to be offered in Oc tober and onwards are to be absorb ed without marked decline in. values. French competition is particularly strong, the handicap of the depreci ated franc being set off by the abso lute necessity for providing military...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

"Sleepy Seas" 'neath the languid breeze Sooth the senses to restful ease, "Sleepy Seas" by a dreamy laud Surfless creep o'er the coral stinnd. But when the rainstorm monsoou olow Sleepless seas o'er the gaunt reefs flow, And dusky syrens bless, be sure, Soothing Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

SICKNESS. Owiug to the very changeable wea ther of late there has been far more sickness in our district than usual, several cases of pneumonia, which has been very prevalent, are reported

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

^imimiiiiMimiitimiiiiimmiiinmiiiimiiiimiiiinimiimiimimmiimiiiimiimiu ~ « | expressed in Full, Fresh Slocks of. Smart | s Dresses and Accessories at 1 1 Early inspection of these Beautiful Fresh | Goods will convince of .their superb value. 2 \ 1 j IS1 em Goods in Every Department. 5: Dress Department— J i AUTUMN AND WINTER DRESS LINENS.in all shades. £ : COTTON GEORGETTES, in the most fashionable colorings. E -.5 'I 'FUJI, in stripes, plain and-natural-colors. E • | f SILK GEORGETTES. § (| CREPE DE CHINE. | E FLORAL VOILES, in many designs. E .§ PLAIN COLORED VOILES, all ;these are in- the most- fashionable E ~ shades and "consist u£ 3yard lengths only in each shade. = E COTTON JAP. CREPE, in evoiy color. This is the best crepc manu- = E , fiictiued,.arid selling freely at ]/-per yard. . sE E 5how Room- | ss "We are showing an Exclusive Range of MILLINERY AND E E FROCKS in the most Fashionable Materials and Colors. | Hosiery— | Best Quality Only—" KYSER," »AS YOU LIKE IT," and = .ss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

KAPOE MATTRESSES 2ft. Gin. 3ft. 6iu. 4ft. Gin. Quality No. 1 O 33/6 45/- 55/ 38/6 52/6 67/6 ' 47/6 63/- 80/ PILLOWS, 6/6. We also Stock all sizes in WIRE MATTRESSES and WIRE STRETCHERS ranging in price from 25/6 upwards. All the above lines arc direct from the Manufac turer and will stand comparison as regards price and quality. GENERAL IMPORTERS, ('Phone 5) TARALGA. Goodhew Bros., (The Value and Service Stores)

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAYS HE IS AN AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

, iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimmiiiiiii. j SAYS HE IS ] AN AUSTRALIAN. 1 TlffR. Jacob Johannsen, who was , born in Holland many years ago, and who seventeen years ago took a fancy to New South Wales, told a Press representat. ive yesterday that he is an Aus tralian. But we fail to see how, if we went to Holland for a few years, we could become Dutch, it sounds a bit like double. Dutch. The other prominent /figure in | the present seamen's strike is Mr. Tom Walsh, another impor tation. He hails from Ireland. The next few days will decide whether or not they will be per mitted to continue residence in New South Wales. The former, who is married to an Australian woman, enjoys the comforts of his own villa in the fashionable suburb of Vaucluse. Mr. Walsh's second wife is one of the notorious Pankhurst fam. ily, who some years ago played "Old Harry" in the cause of suf. frage in England. And yet the worker of New South Wales allows himself to be ' gulled by such.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mrs. Amelia Roots EARLY TARALGA RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Death of Mrs. Amelia Roots EARLY TARALGA RESIDENT. With the passing of Mrs. Amelia Roots, the Goulburn district' loses an other of its notable pioneers. She was amongst the early arrivals at Tar alga, and her recollections of the town were historical. The deceased, who was 93 years of age, hed been in failing health for some time past. She recently con • tracted a severe cold, and for over a week was confined to hed at the res idence of her son, "Roma," Cowper street, Goulburn. She died there at 9 a.m. on Sunday. The late Mrs. Roots was a native of Suffolk (England), and came to Aus tralia with her parents and brothers and sisters about 75 years ago, reach ing Sydney by the ship "Harriet." Her father was the late Mr. David Guymer, a sturdy pioneer of the south. The family travelled to Taralga via Camden per bullock dray. They camped for about a week at Camden, where they were hospitably entertain ed by the Macarthurs and others. On continuing their journey, which was not without its...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

SPECIAL NOTICE. TO READERS AND ADVERTISERS. jlTB. S. J. GROSVENOR iias 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, and will receive prompt attention. Mr. Grosvenor . is also authorised by. us to receive Advertisements for insertion in the "ECHO," and his re ceipt will be sufficient discharge for all moneys paid to him on our be half. Mr. Grosvenor is our accredited agent in Taralga, and orders for Printing left with him will be passed on by him and receive our prompt and personal attention. Advertisements intended for Satur day's issue of the "ECHO" should be lodged with Mr. Grosvenor not later than THURSDAY AFTERNOON in time for posting, where possible. Later receipts will have to be 'phoned, and in such cases we cannot accept any responsibility for inaccuracies that might occur. The rate for casual advertising, i.e., for any period less than 1.'! weeks, is 3/- per inch per in...

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(Published by Arrangement.) CHURCHMAN ON DISMAL DRINKS [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) CHURCHMAN ON DISMAL DRINKS Dean Inge, of St. Paul's Cathedral, was recently asked by the New York "Times" his opinion on Prohibition. "I have nothing worth saying about prohibition," he answered. "I have heard all the usual opinions—that it was a war measure, which ought nev er to have been made part of the Con stitution; that it will soon be a dead letter; and, on the other side, that. boys are growing up who have never i tasted alcohol, and who will never | wish for it. "But I am surprised that no at tempt is made to create an illusion of conviviality by offering effervescing drinks at meals'. . I "Cold water, with which the wild asses quench their thirst, 1b a dismal beverage lor human beings-" MI

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The [?] Echo. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1925. I LOCAL and GENERAL. DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

♦ ®ralp idjcr. j i — I SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1925. I LOCAL and GENERAL, j DAIRYING. Dairying is now rapidly- increasing and quite a number of suppliers are again starting this week, being much ■ earlier than last year, and the pros pects are good for the season, as prices are still very fair, although an other drop in the market is expected • this coming wesk. About locwt. of butter was manufactured at the lo cal factory during the week. The Dairymen's Association is tak ing steps to try and have provision made at the Taralga trucking yards for the easy handling and trucking of pigs. We understand this will be on the same principal as obtains at the Crookwell yards, and which has proved such a boon to the farmers handling this class of stock.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

COMMERCIAL. i CROOKWELL STOCK SALES. i W. H. Wheatley (Croolcwell) re ports: There were no slieep yarded at our sale on Friday. We liad a fine yard ing of cattle to a moderate attendance of buyers from Goulliurn and local centres. One extra prime bullock sold on a/c Mr. S. Kensit made £15/10/-. Med ium quality from £7 to £8; prime cows, to £10; others from £6 to £8; vealers, £3/10/-. Store Cattle: Steers, 3yrs, forward condition, to £7; SJyrs, £3 to £4 17/-; store cows, £2/11/- to £3/15-; poddies, 35/- to 2/1/-; springers, best sorts; to £10; othera from £4/10/ to £6. O. H. Furuer & Co. (Crookwell) re port: - No sheep forward, but a fair yard ing of cattle at last Friday's stock sale, the market being quite equal to previous sales. Our sales includ ed: Fat cows, £9/5/- to £10/2/; store blks, 3yrs, £6/5/- to £7/1/-; strs, 2yrs, £4/6/- to £4/17/-; cows, £3/13/- to £4/4/-; strs. 18 months, to £3/6/-; yearling steers and heif ers, to £2/13/-; best springers, to £7/15/-; others, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

RABBIT SKINS. == BABBIT SKINS I THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO (Mds-brougli, Mort Co. Ltd. SYDNEY ABE STILL SENDING. RESULTS IIATE PROVED IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. EXPERT CLASSERS. SPECIAL. ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. -n«,e.44. 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 the women-folk much weary iiiater 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. M. A. GROVE• "DUPLICATE HOUSE" Phone 78 CROQKWELL LYSAGHT'S AUSTRALIAN-ORB 26-GUAGE CORRUGATED IRON— G£t., 3 /9: 7ft., 4/4; Sft.. 5/- ; 9£t„ 5/9 ; 10ft., 6/6. ; RIDGE GAPPING. 3/6. ' GUTTERING, 2/3. SCREWS, 2/- lb. SPRING-HEAD NAILS, 1/-lb. ' S. A. BURNS, TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS'-. SUPPLIERS, Veraer Street - ii Telcplioae ...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

7 birthday party. Miss Mollie Walsh entertained about 50 guests at the residence of lier par ents, ."The Pines," Stone Quarry, on Sunday evening last. Vocal items were rendered by the Misses Perry and Geary, Mrs. Krelle, : Major Twynam and, Mr. S. Goodliew. Miss Mollie Walsh gave a mono logue during the evening. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Walsh, and a very happy gathering I terminated at 11 p.m. I

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

A WORD WITH WOMEN Many a woman endures with noble patience the daily misery of back-, ache, pains about the hips, nervous ness. dizziness and urinary disorders, hopeloss of relief because .she doesn't know what is the matter. It is not true that every pain in the back or hies is trouble, "peculiar to the sex." Often when the kidneys get congest ed' or inflamed such aches and pains' follow. You can tell ■ it is kidney trouble if the secretions are dark coloured, contain sediment, tli<> pass ages are too frequent or scanty. Then help the weakened kidneys. Don't ex ?;ect them to get well alone. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have'won the praise of thousands o£ women. Itead this statement: Mrs. J. Sweeney, Goulburn-street, Crookwell, says: "I took'a course of Doan's Backache1 Kidney Pills for a week and they fixed me up complete ly. - I suffered a lot with backache, and I am sure my kidneys were the cause. These organs became disor dered in some, way and I had to put up with...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Correspondence. INSURANCE OF WOOL. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Correspondence. INSURANCE OF WOOL. (To the Editor). Sir—Last week we. referred, to the proposed combination of a "slieeps' back" and "whilst in store until paid for" policy, and as we then wrote ab solutely off our own bat, as it were, we were particularly careful then to emphasise that adoption of such pol icy MAY lead to hopeless confusion, neither the woolgrower nor the woolbroker being able to indemnify the owner of wool against loss by fire, and that thus the objective of the pro mulgators of the proposed new meth od MAY be automatically defeated. This week, after consultation with leading insurance experts, we have no hesitation whatever in altering "may" into "will with absolute certainty," and whereas last week we primarily urged ourownclients to refrain from adoption of the suggested policy, we now go .further, and request our cli ents in the sane interests of all con cerned, also to urge every other wool grower so to refrain. The more closely the innovation is analysed, th...

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