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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

"Fill Every Glass'' with sparkling wine Let Bacchus hold his sway. Thrill every heart with mirth divine! And waft dull care away Fill every glass with health aud joy, When hacking coughs am} colds annoy, Fill every glass and ease assure With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. SEND YOUR & SKINS,™ ;P0ITD 44 BRIDGES! &L L- SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents. Persona! Attention ® Jo Every Let.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN "AMATEUR" BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

AN "AMATEUR" BURGLAR. The burglar who has been operating in Narrandera for some time past at tempted to burgle the "Argus" office on Tuesday night. That journal is now quite satisfied that the man is an "amateur," and' ought to be sent to a lunatic asylum for thinking that lie .could obtain money in u printing office, mid intimates that the 2?.d, which is the usual contents of the safe, will in future ba left on the doorstep to save him breaking into the office and possibly causing fire.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURE OF MISS SADIE MOONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

''DEPARTURE OF MISS SADIE MOONEY. X Misb Sadie Mooney, eldest daughter ,v- iii'f Mr. and. Mrs. Cecil Mooney, o£ this /; town, left for.' Young during the past week. Miss Mooney is talcing' up v. -.nursing arid is entering the Sacred ^•►Heurt Hospital at Young to acquire \the ; necessary training. She will he mucli missed in the township, as her '■'...services were always available when ^'-•'any: -movement of a charitable or :v\''ulocar nature was afoot. Her . many ft>TaraIga friends will wish her every Jy'succjiss and happipess in her new sphere,.pf life. "

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

■ AGRICULTURE. ' Potato.: digging is general - and in /most eases Hearing completion. The ■yield on the average lias been very good and .with prices now at the very decent " level, although" fluctuating somewhat, should show a good re ' turn to. our farmers', the» matter .ot heavy freights being now a negligible question.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAT STOCK, SYDNEY, Sept. 4. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

FAT STOCK, SYDNEY. Sent. 4. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: Cattle.—3800 head yarded, aggre gating 6700 lor the week, about 1000 Queenslanders being included. The yarding comprised all descriptions ,,1'rom calves to weighty bullocks, the bulk consisting of fair to useful trade beef with a moderate representation ol' prime. Competition was brisk lor prime light cattle at late rates, while :<>ther descriptions were for the most part about 10/- -per head lower. Sheep and Lambs.—25,000 penned, aggregating 41.200 for the week, good to prime descriptions in both merinos and . urossbreds preponderating. .Mar ■lcet opened to a full attendance with lvalues equal to the best part of last 'day. and allowing for the usual slight ;iluctuations, this tone prevailed to ;the close. ' ( Prime Beef.—Choice . light steers ;abt. 42/ per lOOlbs; prime medium 'weight beef, abt. 37/ per lOOlbs; prime heavy beef,; abt. 35/ per lOOlbs; jprime cow boef, abt.. 32/6 per lOOlbs. Prime M...

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Roslyn Men at Law. SEQUEL TO COLLISION. DAMAGES £125. MR. BERT STINSON PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

Rostyn Men at Law. SEQUEL TO COLLISION. DAMAGES £125. MR. BERT" STINSON PAYS. A colision in Sloane-street, Gdul burn, involving a motor car driven by Bert Stiuaon, of Roslyn, and a Slilky, in which was William Taylor, an aged man, also of Roslyn, had a Sttquel in the Goulburn District Court on Wednesday morning, when Judge Be van heard a claim by Taylor for £150 damages His Honor awarded £125. Mr. P. J. Meyer appeared for plain tiff. Stinson did not appear. Plaintiff said he assisted his son in a dairy business at Gundary, and at i 3.30 on the morning or June 26 he was | proceeding to Gundary in a sulky via j Sloane-street. Witness was driving I in a southerly direction, and when : about 20 yards from the intersection of Sloane-street and Market-street a j motor car came towards the sulky j from the latter street. I i The car made a bee-line for the sul- j ky, and although witness shouted a warning four times the car came to wards him, gaining impetus at every yard. Despite the fact...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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SHEEP & CATTLE. CROOKWELL SALES. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. (Crookwell) report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

SHEEP & CATTLE. CROOKWELL SALES. . Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. (Crook well) report: Small yarding of sheep, but a good yarding o£ cattle at last Friday's sale. There was a good attendance of buy ers, both from local and outside cen tres, the market being good right throughout. Our sales included:— Sheep.—Pat merino ^ lambs, to 28/6: store merino lambs, 26/ to 26/11. Cattle.—Fat blks for Mr. Ken •Wong, £12/12/6 to £17/10/; a/c oth er owners, fat blks, £9/15/ to £10 7/; one yard of 72 store blks, 3 and 4yrs, made £8, the purchaser being Mr. L. T. Watson; strs, 3 yrs, to £6 17/G; strs, 2yrs, £4/11/ to £4/16/; hfrs, 2yrs, £3/10/ to £3/15/; pod dies, 39/ to £2/2/; best springers, £10 to £12/5/; others from £4/10/ to £7. Pigs.—Slips, to 35/. We said at above prices on acct. of the following owners: • Messrs. A. ' E. Hallam, S. Davy, Ken Wong, ,R. H. Tuttlebee, Lowe Bros., Geo. Offley, A. Rattenberg, H. Clements, W. R. Cupitt, T. J. Kennedy, Jno. White, and T. Jones. Messrs....

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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MULWAREE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

MULWAREE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. I ■ The usual monthly meeting of the Muhvaree Shire Council was held on Wednesday. There were present Crs. J. J. Walsh (president), A. G. Singer, E. M. Broadhead, C. S. Bradbury, A. Sieler, and P. F. O'Brien. Limiting Weights of Loads. A letter was received from the Lo cal Govt. Department requesting in formation concerning Council's appli cation for powers d-ealing with bridges and weight of loads. The engineer reported recommend ing the limitation of loads as follows: Traction engines, 15 tons; other veh icles, 10 tons; so loaded that not more than two-thirds of the total weight shall bear on one axle, and that the maximum road pressure per inch width of tyre shall not exceed Gcwt. —The' engineer's recommendation was adopted. Crookwell Road. The Land Department wrote con cerning proposed exchange of roads in connection with deviation of the Crookwell road at Pejar, which will do away with one bridge at Pejair. . —Agreed to. A letter was rec...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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(Published by Arrangement.) DEMORALISING SOCIAL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) - DEMORALISING SOC.IAL LAW. Professor Sir Richard Lodge, who recently visited America, lectured 011 his return, to the Edinburgh Univers ity, and spoke his mind on the subject of Prohibition. "There was," he said (as he is re ported in the Glasgow "Herald") "one subject of conversation ini Amer ica and that was Prohibition. "Sir Richard thought," says the "Herald'' report. "Prohibition was a lay that bore more hardly against the poor than against the rich, and he be lieved Prohibition had created a rather unnatural desire for drink on the part of people who could get it, as it had become a sort of religion with them to get the drink in order to de fy a law which they regarded with loathing and contempt. "That was, he thought, a very de moralising result."

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HUTCHINSON's MYSTERY STORY MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

iHUTCHINSON's MYSTERY STORY i ' .. MAGAZINE. \ ■ j The August issue contains an ar ticle entitled " Famous Trials of His tory," by the Rt. Hon. The Earl of Birkenhead, P.C., D.L., in which he ruthlessly describes the horrors of prison in the early days of the 16th Century. "My Haunted Past," by Al ice Hargrave, is an exciting story of a woman who was accused of murder. "The Beautiful Mrs. Forrest," by Flavia Richa:rdson, is a long complete story of the shadow on the life of Mrs. Forrest. She was young, beautiful, rich, irresistible—and yet—read this Story and see for yourself. "The Fox," by William JFreeman, is a weird story of the ghost of a fox let loose at sun set from an ivory carving, and haunt ing its victims until sunrise. "Upon the iWaters" is a further thrilling story of "The Grey Ghost" by Arthur Somers Roche. Other vivid and en thralling stories of mystery and in trigue are "The Mifrder in the Locked Room," by Arthur Guy Empey; "Mav mousse," by Stanley Scott; "The Thief o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

'BABBIT THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO SYDNEY ' ' ABE STILL SENDING. RESULTS''HAVE PROVED IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS.' EXPERT CLASSERS. : " SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. . s •' WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. ' -rur. 43 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 '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, tap:,clc. Complete water services installed. GROVE FH HOVSi-J' , • C: OOKWE.LL / ; / • 4' / .Hi i LYSAGHT'S AUSTRALIAN ORB 2G-GU.AGE CORRUGATED IRON • 6ft., 3 /9; 7£t., i/4; 8ft,. 5/- ; 9ft., 5/9 ; 10ft., G/G. ^ RIDGE CAPPING, 3/6. ' GUTTERING," 2/3. ' SCREWS, 2/- !b. SPRING-HEAD NAILS, 1/- lb. S. B'LTR,.. T^TVTG m®,. ■ V . TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Veraer Street - GOUl?BUR.N. • TelepSacme -...

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Mr. Arthur Jordan. FAMOUS ENGLISH TENOR TO SING IN GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 September 1925

Mr. Arthur Jordan. FAMOUS' ENGLISH TENOR TO SING IN GOULBURN. For their grand concert 111 the Broadway Theatre, Goulburn, on Wed nesday next, " September lGth, the Goulburn Choral Society have secured the services of Mr. Arthur Jordan, the famous English tenor, who has been having such wonderful successes in the capital cities of Australia, and Mr. Bryce Carter, the Australian 'cellist. All seats 3/3, including tax, and the booking is at Messrs. Poxall and Co., Auburn-street, Goulburn. The 44-hour week bill is ready for submission to the State Parliament for consideration during'the week's session.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

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. r C. D. \k STEPHENSON, | PRACTICAL TAILOR, Orchard Street, Taralga. BEST OF MATERIALS USED. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Prices will Compare Favourably With the City. S Support Local Industry. A 5Si=l=n*rfbi=^r!CiJCl=fflgT=l=T=l=T^ET5Sl NOTICE. pOULOS & CO. (late of Taralga) wish to convey to their Taralga and District Friends that they have purchased the business known as The Goulburn Cafe, 153 .Auburn St. (next Goulburn Co-op. Society), and hope for a continuance of their val ued support when coming to Goulburn. TARALGA WILL BE SPECIALLY CATERED FOR Not forgetting our many Band .boy friends. Phone 615 Goulburn. BICHLANDS HOTEL TARALGA. (Under entirely New Management). 'A HOME." Only the Best of Wines, Beers and : Spirits stocked. Meals under Personal Supervision. Accommodation for Mo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

miimiiiiiimiimimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii •J^HE Photo represent-; an adorn ment on A "Gala Day" for Tar alga. It is anxiously awaiting for THE "Gala Day," viz., the official op ening—to foe readorned, and in mean time carries an abundance of "WON DERFUL BARGAINS in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. IIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIII1I1II11I1IIIIII1IIIIIIIII1I1IIIII . A call will Convince you a good * motto "LIVE AND LET LIVE" and by trading locally you help- your "Town and District iiiiiiuiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimii

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

BANNABY. A EUCHRE PARTY and SOCIAL up! be held at MR. P. J- ELL IOTT'S "WOOLSHED, FRIDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER. Proceeds in aid of Annual Convent Ball. GOOD MUSIC. GOOD PRIZES. CLARE CONNOR, V. CONNOR, Hon. Sect. . • SPECIAL PURCHASE OF THE SEASON I W® have Just landed a most Magnificent assortment of the Very Latest ' " in SILVERWARE and also CRYSTAL and COLOURED GLASSWARE at prices which "Defy Competition. ' SEE THE DISPLAY BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE AND YOU WILL BE MORE THAN SATISFIED. MEN, are you thinking about your Spring Suit? If so we are shoeing all the very Newest Materials, including Best English and Australian Tweeds, Worsteds and Pure Indigo''All Wool Serges. Cut, Fit, Style, Finish, Quality and Workmanship Guaranteed. -We Make Up to a'Stand ard—Not Down to a Price. J. H. DALE, The Little Store with Big Values, TARALGA. . CKOOKWELL Speeial Sale. Sheep and Cattle. Friday, 25th September. O. II. FURNiiR & CO. I Will Sell by Auction on above Bate: j 4000 SHEEP i Includi...

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Mail Services. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

;• Mail Services. Word has been received from the Deputy Postmaster General that ten ders aa ■ called for existing mail-ser vices, Taralga-Yalbraith-Golspie, and Taralga-Curraweela-Jerrong, have now been cancelled, and that in lieu there of fresh tenders will be called for those services on different conditions, which will appear in the Government Gazette immediately, namely, for a a dyilsry service Taralga to Curra weela, thence to Yalbraith, and re tnuring to Taralga, and also alternate " tenders for the same service three times a week. In connection with the proposal for the alternate service of three times a week tlieTaraiga Progress Associa tion has met andunanimously decid ed to enter an emphatic protest, and • also the residents of Stone Quarry •have decided to protest against same as thiswould mean that we wouldn't have a service as efficient as the pre sent one, which means a step in a backward direction, and this our dis trict at this juncture is not prepared to sit quietl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

Koerstz iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Wool IIIHIIIIIIIIIIII1IIII Presses. IIIIKHIilllllllllllllillllllll WE CAN SUPPLY ANY OF THE UNDERMENTIONED WOOL PRESSES AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES: KOERSTZ "BOSKER" PRESS, Weigh about 8cwt £23 KOERSTZ "LITTLE WONDER" PRESS, Weigh about 9cwt . £24 KOERSTZ "SELECTOR" PRESS, Weigh about 12cwt £30 KOERSTZ IMPROVED "SQUATTER" PRESS £42 PRICES F.O.R., SYDNEY. X\7E ask for Your Wool P.ress Order. We will prove we can Save You Money by Ordering from 17s. SEE US NOW! Goodhew Bros., (The Value and-Service Stores) GENERAL IMPORTERS, ('Phone 5.) TARALGA.

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RICHLANDS. "500" CLUB COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

/EICHLAifDS. "500" CLUB COMPETITION. Playing for the trophy presented by Mr. The'o Corby, which, has been in progress for the month, has Been completed, the winner being Mr. John Marmont, junr. Although the best average was secured by Mr. A. De zius, he- did not play the required number of games stipulated. Following are the scores and games played:— •o CD d o 9 to In ? £ O hJ' % A. .Dezius .. . .. 43; 27 16' 6.3 J. Marmont; 'jr,;. 68 41 27 6.0 C. C.*r;Bradbnry .v' .56 32 25 5.7 W. TV Emery. .. i ^ ■ 78 '43 35 5.5 J..-J. Cuoack ... 68 37 31 5.4' G. N. McAlister 79.' 41. 38 5.2 T.J:. Cusacky; ^ '.. y. > IT 24 23 5.1 IT. Berisloy" .. •;; 67 34x 33 5.1 J. Marmont,: sr. .. 56 28 28' 5.0 W.'J. McPanl .. . 80 39 41: 4.9 G. Bailey ,. . . . . 70 '34 36 4.9 Miss' Bradbury .. 36:' 17 19 4.7 M.-Finlayson 55 25 30 .4.5 C. Stilwell . . .. 33 15 18' 4.5 C. : Cameron • 56 25 31 4.5 Mrs. Cusack .. 80 35 45 .4.4 Thep. Corby .. .. 79 33 46 '4.2

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SPECIAL NOTICE. TO READERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

SPECIAL NOTICE. TO READERS AND ADVERTISERS. ; TITB. S. J. GROSVENOR has been ap pointed' Sole Distributing Agent for the "ECHO" in Taralga. V 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. i 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 13- weeks, is 3/- per inc...

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Commanding Success in the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

? Commanding Success in tne Country. m ^HIS series of articles has been written not ,so much to inform the country dweller of somethingthat 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. . Self-Help.—A Challenge to Country Towns. Article No. 7. By "VERB SAP." Since commencing this series of ar ticles the writer has renewed his vis its to several country towns to get a "nearer" view of much that is to follow. This is as it should be, of course, though goodness knows he needn't have worried, because there are not many improvements to cause the least change in the original plans; in fact, in some tow...

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