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(Published by Arrangement). PENALISING POSTERITY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

(Published by Arrangement). PENALISING POSTERITY. "United States, Senator W. N. Fer ris, a stahvart advocate' of Prohibi tion tor many years, to-day said that prohibition in the United States ' to' date has been a failure." So reports the New York "Herald-Tribune." "Open flaunting of the Constitution by men and women who class them selves as the cream of civilization," Senator Ferris said, "is creating a sentiment that is destructive to all forms of law enforcement." "When United States Senators boast of violating the Constitution in the se of liquors, what can we expect from the people for whom these Sen ators make laws?" lie asked Another aspect is opened by New York "Journal":— "The pity of it is that the real significance of these self-inflicted poison liquor days will not be deter mined until another generation comes. "It will be the babies of another day, the offspring of these young gen tlemen who now reek and reel of alcoholic fumes, who will be the real sufferers." Printed ...

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

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Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

HERE AND THERE Owing to the maritime strike 1G00 British sailors are homeless in Syd ney. It is claimed the Heroic has • been* backed to win. the Caulfleld Cup for £50,000. Heroic beat G.oaining last spring, and nest won the Derby in the most sensational classic contest on record. Preference in the purchase of all requirements must in- future he given by all local governing bodies in N.S.W. to (1) N.S.W.; (2) Australian; (3) British Empire products. This an nouncement was made by the Prem ier (Mr. Lang) after a meeting of caucus. On a charge of having stolen £19S5 from the Commissioners of the Govt. Savings Bank of N.S.W., while he was manager of the Homebush branch, Audley Hy. Gillman, aged 35, pleaded guilty at the Darlinghurst Sessions last week, and Judge Cohen remanded him for sentence. Gillman joined the service in 1008, and had held positions at Crookwell and. Grenfell. When he was arrested by Detective Sadler on July io, the pris oner said: "I took the morfey and in vested i...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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CONVERSION LOAN. OLD AGE. HOW TO EASE ITS SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

CONVERSION LOAN. OLD AGE. HOW TO EASE ITS SORROW. "I clung hard to the entrancing age; but with the best will,' no man can be twenty-five for ever." So said Robert Louis Stevenson, and everyona will admit the truth of-the statement. But it is questionable whether every one is at all concerned aboua his old age. To take the joy of youth away and beggar the present for an uncertain future would certain ly be folly, but it is surprising how easily one may prepare for the advanc ing years with a little determination. The smallness of the saving does not matter as much as the unceasing reg ularity with which it is made, and the knowledge of possession will bring a sense of security regarding the fut ure. That many Australians have a substantial bank balance behind them is readily seen l'rom the statistics of the various savings banks, but it would l.e to Australia's advautage if all her sons and daughters were able to en joy not only their youth but their old age. With this object in vie...

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Wombeyan Caves. LIGHT AND WATER ADDITIONS. OFFICIAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Wombeyan Caves. LIGHT AND WATER ADDITIONS. OFFICIAL INFORMATION. , The Goulburn Chamber of Commerce ' has been active in connection with j improvements promised at Wombeyau ' Caves. In reply to a /utter from the ; Chamber," the Director of tli-3 Govern ment Tourist Bureau (Mr. 11. J. Lam i bie) has furnished the following in tormution regarding improvements ef fected at the Caves, as a result of the Bureau's policy of improvement j "The appointment of senior guide Brown (ex-Jenolan Caves) as acting caretaker during guide Chalker's long leave prior to retirement. "After full consideration, the hours of inspection have been fixed" at 10 a.m.. 2.30 p.m. and 7.o0 p.m. ' "The Caves House building has been re-organised and additional furnish ings supplied. As a result of the re organisation, general building repairs cost £137. "Ministerial approval has been ob tained for the supply of an electric generating plant at a cost of £2000. The plant will be used for lighting the Caves and the Ca...

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

J. M. PEDLEY <fc SON, PRACTICAL TAILORS, CROOKWELL. AyOBICMANSHIP AND FIT GUARANl E3.X Visit Taralga Regularly Every Sale Day. ATTENDANCE WITH FULL RANGE OF PATTERNS IN SEASONABLE SUITINGS AT MUDIE'S HOTEL, TARALGA. HALF-PRICE SALE BARGAINS THAT SAVE YOU MONEY! EACH ONE IN ITSELF A REAL SENSATION. Ladies' Black and White Silk Ankle Hose. Usually 3/3. Half-price 1/7 Ladies' Under Vests. Usually 2/11. Half-price .' 1/5 Ladies' Grey Corsets. Usually 22/6. Half-price .. .. .. .. .. 11/3 Men's Black Working Socks. Usually 1/- pair. Half-price .. 6d pr. HUNDREDS OF OTHER LINESTO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST. . Get in'Early for Your Cut'. Watch this paper for OUR ODDMENT WEEK J. H. DALE, (Phones) TARALGA. Taralga Refreshment Rooms NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. FINE ASSORTMENT OF 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 S...

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THE HOSPITAL X.RAY PLANT TO BE INSTALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

THE HOSPITAL X.RAY PLANT TO BE INSTALLED. The need for an X-ray plant at the Crookwell Hospital has, for some time past, been realised by the committee. At last meeting of the Board it was decided to order from Messrs. Watson and Sons, an up-to-date outfit. It should not be long before the installa tion is established. Much money would be saved by patients who now have to journey to Goulhurn or Syd ney for x-ray treatment. This fact has been demonstrated 011 many oc casions lately.

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

PARENTS & CITIZENS' ASSN. FEDERAL HALL, TARALGA ON FRIDAY, 4th SEPTEMBER. Dancing Commences Punctually at 8 p.m. GOOD TIME FOR OLD AND YOUNG. SPECIAL EFFORT TO MAINTAIN TARALGA'S OLD-TIME HOSPITAL ITY. OLD AND NEW DANCES ALTERNATED. GOOD FLOOR. :: GOOD MUSIC. Ma.C.: ,T. Fitzgibbon, W. H. Bradbury. Gents., 5/.. ' Ladles, 2/6. S. JACKSON, J. FITZGIBBON, Dance Secretary. President. E. LEE, Hon. Secretary. THE ARGYLE 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. r [^■=l^f=irT^gr3j-asif=Isi CTIT'T1" rurrrj STEPHENSON. I | PRACTICAL TAILOR, I 1| Orchard Street, Taralga. |jjj k BEST OF MATERIALS USED. ^ WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. ■ Prices will Compare Favourably fii • With the City. Support Local Industry. ■ PLANTING SEASON. JS at hand, and in a district like Crookwell and surrounding dis tricts you want trees grown in a ...

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Wool Report. SYDNEY, Aug. 26. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd. report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Wool Report. SYDNEY, Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd.* reoorti It is most satisfactory to find that1 the authorities have been able so to arrange subsequent sales tliat an op-! portunity will be afforded to oiler practically the whole ol the several thousand bales of passed-in wool, as well as all the unoffered portion of last season's clip, by the middle ol' September. Again harking back to the rather dismal outlook in April May last, anyone predicting then that such a position could have been achiev , ed would have beon regarded as an optimist to the tenth degree. I A still more satisfactory feature is that on recent records it should be possible to sell the great bulk of the wool now in store at satisfactory prices, relatively, that is, to what it seemed probable in May could be ob tained for such wool, and the opening' sale of the new season's clip shoul'l thus be little, if at all, later than in normal circumstances. The shipping strike is a nasty cloud on the horlzen at the mo...

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

THURSDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER. SPRING HORSE SALE. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. O. H. FUBNER & CO. TXflLL hold their Next Special Horse Sale at Goulburn on tlie above date, and will yard 250 HEAD OF HORSES Comprising some well-bred Trotting and Blood Horses. Polo Ponies, Draughts. Saddles and Light Horses. Entries now being received. On account' of Gordon Millsom, V.S., Goulburn: The well-known Pacer. Steel Pic. champion trotting handicap horse of the Goulburn district. By General Bambridge. Dam Ruby; aged 7 years, record 2.24 Menangle grass track. Last six starts at Goulburn: Won 4 races, 1 second, 1 unplaced. Guaranteed sound. On account of Mr. M. Carren: The Trotting Stallion Woodnut (A.S.B.T. 429); also a quantity of Trotting Gear. Full particulars as to performances, etc.! at sale. Terms can be arranged for the purchase of this famous trotting sire. On account Mr. R. C. Gulliver, Glendale Stud Farm, Balldale: Black Gelding, foaled 4th Novem ber, 1920 (pacer), by Epic, 2.1S reco...

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

ErooM! Sales Friday, 4U* September. A I. 11 O'clfX'k. W. H. Wheatley Will Sell by Auction AT THE CltUUKWKIil, VAHHf) On Above Date: 300 Mixed Sheep ALSO 25 Mixed CattSe GOULBURN, N.S.W. W. Ii. WKeatley's SPECIAL Sheep and Cattle Bale. TUESDAY, 1st SEPTEMBER, 1925. 300 CATTLE AT 11.30 a.m. 10,000 SHEEP AT 2 p.iri. A SPLENDID YARDING OF WELL. BRED SHEEP, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, MOSTLY STATION. BRED, EARLY SHORN WETHERS. SOME LOTS: Acct. Mrs. W. D. Moore, "Miroobil" Station: 3000 MERINO WETHERS, 2, 3, and •1 years old, shorn August. Acct Other Owners: 1000 MERINO WETHERS, one mark, Western station-bred, rising 4 years, shorn first week Septem ber. 1200 MERINO WETHERS, 3 years old off, Riverina Station bred, shorn early October, forward and fat; a particularly attract ive lot. 1000 MERINO WETHERS, from the Abercrombie, one mark, station bred, 6 tooth, in Bplendid condi tion 300 MERINO. WETHERS, 4 and 0 tooth 200 MERINO WETHERS, 1 year old, shorn August, one mark. 400 MERINO WETHERS, 2 a...

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The Daily Loaf. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

The Daily Loaf. Flour millers say that the introduc tion of! the 44-hour week and the in creased basic wage will mean an in crease of about eleven or twelve shillings oil the cost of every ton of 1 Hour produced, which pans out at an ] increase of. approximately, one far thing on the cost of every loaf of. bread.

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Good Layers. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Good Layers. Mr. S. A. Hound, of "Boobalaga," Crookwell, breeds a good type of Black Orpington winter layer. Thirty six pullets laid 45 dozen eggs in May, and 61 dozen in June. These birds are still laying regularly. Prom a commercial standpoint they are good property, for eggs, to buy in May and June, were a.t a high price.

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

PERSONAL. Mr. E. Lee, of the firm of Messrs. Qoodhew Bros., is at preBent spending a holiday on the North Coast. • • • Some of the "Five Hundred" en thusiasts are very anxious for his re turn, prophesying to wipe off a Very bad defeat they received from liim prior to his departure. a • » • Our popular townsman, Mr. Garry McDonnell, is now on the convales cent list, and expects' to he about again in a week or two. Mr. Sedge Bradbury, clerk to Mr. C. C. Bradbury, auctioneer, was taken suddenly ill during the week and is still confined to his room. Mr. Ross Keith, of "Glen Isle," is progressing satisfactorily after Itis , recent attack of pneumonia, but It I will be some time before he is able to resume work again. * * * That energetic sportsman, Mr. Theo Corby, is again to the front. This time with the formaiton of a tennis club at Richlands. The site for the courts has been picked out and is very central. As it is usual when this sportsman moves' things are accomplished, we look forw...

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Spring Horse Sale, Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Spring Horse Sale, Goulburn. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. an-1 nounce their spring horse- sale at the Goulburn yards on Thursday, 10th ! September. There will be yarded 260 i head of horses, including some w.?!I bred trotting and blood horses, nolo . ponies, draughts and light sorts. I

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

TENNIS. A visiting team is expected at "The Pines" tennis court on Sunday after noon next. If they are expecting a victory they will require to have a very good com bination, as several of the local play ers are showing excellent form, and feel certain that victory shall come their way.

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Twenty.eight Hours Under Water. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Twenty.eight Hours Under Water. A district motorist dropped his watch in Old'Man Gunyali 011 Sunday. The chronometer-an oid Elvin-was revov- . ered on Monday, badly dmted, and is now, without adjustment, going as ' well as ever. According to the. time I showing on the dial the time-piece ' continued to function—no doubt for the benefit of the frogs—for several J hours under water. It stopped at ' 12.15—exactly the time the next car ' passed through the stream, the wheel . of which, it is surmised, passed over , it, causing the dint.

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LAGGAN. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

LAGGAN. (From Our Correspondent). The many friends of Mr. E. Hogan, teacher at Monk's Crossing, will re gret to learn that his mother died at Sutton Forest on the ISth instant. The late Mrs. Hogan underwent a serious operation about three years ago, from which she never fully re covered. A couple of weeks ago she took a had turn and her family was called to her bedside. She lingered a little over a week and then passed peacefully away. The opening of the new Catholic church at Laggan has been definitely fixed for the 1st January, 1926. Great interest is being shown in the queen competition in connection with the opening:. There are three candi dates, viz.. Miss Evans (Red Ground), "The Thistle;" Miss G. Cummins (Red bank), "The Rose;" and Miss Miller (Laggan), "Stars and Stripes." The winner will be crowned queen 011 New Year's Night by His Lordship', Dr. Barry. A caril party in aid of the Laggan candidate was held on Friday, 21st inst. Although the night was cold and rough there wa...

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Special Sheep and Cattle Sale, Goul. burn. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

Special Sheep and Cattle Sale, Goul.. burn. Air. W. H. Wheatley announces a big special sale of sheep and catf,!s at the Goulburn yards on Tuesda'v 1st September. At 11.30 a.m. 300 head of cattle will be submitted, and at 2 p.m. 10,000 sheep. Some very attractive lines are included. For de tails see advertisement in this issue.

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Commanding Success in the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 August 1925

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Commanding Success in the Country. rpHIS series of articles has been written not 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. Home Life in the Country. Article No. 5, By "VERB CAP." IE some miracle worker could ap pear in Australia to speak with pow er sufficient to reach and revolutionise every home in the country—as well as the cities and towns—through causing a full realisation that home life, reasonable home comforts and the true home spirit, mean the foun dation of success, our country dis tricts would f...

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