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

NOTICE. LAWSON & KLEIN, GENERAL BLACKSMITH. AND WHEELWRIGHT to notify the public of Tar alga and district that they have opened the above Business in Orchard Street, Taralga. All classes of work in above lineB guaranteed. Tyres shrunk by'Patent American Shfinker. ALL HORSE-SHOEING -BY FIRST CLASS FARRIER. BABBIT SKINS '3=. RABBIT SKINS THOSE WHO 1IAVJ2 SENT TO Goldsbrough, Mort & Go. Ltd. SYDNEY ARE STILL SENDING. RESULTS HAVE PROVED IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. EXPERT OLASSERS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. • si £ 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 wiHsave 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, taps, etc. ! Complete water services installed. M. A. GROVE "DUPLI...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Sept. 10. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

.WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Sept. 10. ' Schute, Bell .& Co., Ltd., report. 1925 will pe long remembered as a marvellous year in the annals of the ;• ■wool trade, butperhaps the most mar- ■ vellous features—even more so than ; the unaccountable extent of the ' slump in prices, has been the almost greedy absorption of the large- held over stock since sales were resumed in Australian selling centres in July. Then "rationing" seemed quite a pro bability, involving, as it would have : done, carrying over a large quantity of old clip into new clip territory. Con fidence, however, gradually but surely revived; weekly offerings have been practically wholly cleared at auction; { and to-day the old clip may be said to ; have finally disappeared from the show floors. A moderate quantity of new j clip indeed has been included in the current week's catalogues, and next week substantial offerings comprised wholly of new clip will be submitted, , so that in reality operations in connec tion" with...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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MISS BIDELLE BARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

MISS BIDELLE BARRY. Word has been received here dur- ing the week of the death of Miss Barry, formerly of "Bloomfield," Stone Quarry, where the family have resid- ues for a great number of years. In   later years Miss Barry has resided at Wollongong, where the death took place this week. The deceased lady was 81 years of age.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

OBITUARY. MR. JAMES PATRICK KEOUGH. Mr. James Patrick Keough, of "The Meadows," Taralga, died on Friday of last week at St. John's Hospital, Goulburn, in his 46th year. He was a well-known and popular resident of this district. Born at "The Meadows," Taralga, where he lived the earlier part of his life with his parents, both of whom are deceased, for quite a number of years he has been following farming pursuits and was one of the most successful pot- ato farmers in the Taralga district. At the disposal of the well-known Straithaird Estate some ten years ago the late Mr. Keough was the purchaser of one of the blocks, and carried on mixed firming successfully until a few months ago, when he became suddenly ill, and seeking medical ad- vice was ordered away to hospital, from which institution he never re- turned to his home. The only brother, John Keough, re- sides at Bannaby. The sisters, Jo- hanna, Anastacia and Kate Keough, reside at home, and Mrs. Walter Corby, of "Rosedale," Tara...

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GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent.) RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 September 1925

! GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent.) RAINFALL. '•&v ' A beneficial change came.at tb'e week-end and warm showers fell, when .45 points of rain were record - ed. Monday was windy, culminating in a sharp hailstorm in the evening, when 26 points were recorded. .Grass is now growing nicely. i >. "FIVE HUNDRED." The holders of the local badges, Messrs. Dezius and Bradbury, finding it inconvenient to join . in further contests, have, in a sporting spirit, handed the badges to the Misses Cam eron, who recently met them in a close contest. The holders played their first contest last Monday night, when Messrs. M0 F. Keough and H. Cottrell were defeated by the ladies) three games to nil.' ACCIDENT. Mr. Roe MacLauriu, ot Denman, well-known here, met with an aoci dent recently by falling from a-tele phone pole. I understand his injuries are not serious. Roe has been engag ed in, line construction for some time past. SHEEP RECORDS. Published in a contemporary re- cently that a Gunning ...

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POTATO MAKKET. (By Our Correspondent). Week ending 18th September:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

POTATO MAKKET. (By Our Correspondent). Week ending ISth September:— mere will De a heavy carry-over on the wharf of Tasmanian potatoes this week, probably in the vicinity of 11,000 to 12,000 bags. Agents re duced the price of Tasmanians on Monday last by £1 per ton, making them £16 for the choicest, thinking thereby to create a better demand. Buyers, however, are standing off these, maintaining that the price is too high, and the margin too great between these and locals, and un doubtedly it is, hence the heavy car ry-over. Early advices indicate that a fur ther shipment of about 10,000 to 12, 000 bags will arrive by Monday next. Victorians have arrived at Alexan dria in fairly heavy quantities, but the quality of these is decidedly sec ond-class, and agents have not done satisfactory business. On the other hand locals have been arriving in fairly light supplies, and have met a good market right throughout the week at prices ranging from £12 to £15 per ton. One consignment from the ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

RABBIT SKINS = RABBIT SKINS THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO Gdldsbrottghj Jfcrt k Co. Ltd. SYDNEY AEE STILL SENDING. RESULTS HAVE PROVED IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. EXPERT CLASSERS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. I s: • Every home should have "tashuns" of water ' y.. —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, taps, etc. Complete "water services installed. M. A. GROVE "DUPLICATE HO USE" Phone 78 CROOKWELL VENUS MOTOR SPIRIT. THE SPIRIT THAT PULLS. 2/8 gallon. 20/8 case. CLEAN— .NO SMOKE-, NO CARBONISING ROTHWELL MOTOR OIL—E, EA, A, BB, B 7/1 gal. BEESTON'S MOTOR OIL .. 5/6 gal. PRICES ARE DEPOT SELLING PRRICES. SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS TO CLUB MEMBERS. Kerosene for Lig...

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CHURCH BY EAI BUND MAN HAPPY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

CHURCH BY EAIl BUND MAN HAPPY. The broadcasting o£ church ser vices for the benefit o£ listeners who are unable to attend personally seems to be growing increasingly pop ular. . For the first time a fortnight ago, St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, was put on the air and shoals of letters have been received by the church authorities from persons 5n all parts of the country. The most strik ing, perhaps, was written from Potts Point: "The service came very satis factorily through the loud speak er on my three-valve set. As I am blind and an invalid unable to attend church service, these opportunities of joining in relig ious worship are much appreci ated by me and I hope that the broadcasting of the Cathedral services will be frequently repeat ed. In the broadcasting of Church of England services, if any difficulty is experienced in obtaining equally perfect trans mission of the service and the sermon I would respectfully sug gest that you should concentrate your efforts on obtaining as p...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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FAT STOCK, SYDNEY, Sept. 18. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

FAT STOCK, SYDNEY, Sept. 18. Pitt, Son & Badaery, Ltd.. report: Cattle.—2800 head yarded, as against 32S0 drawn for, about 1200 Queenelanders being included. The yarding, while including a fair rep resentation of useful trade beef, main ly comprised medium to plain and in ferior descriptions. The demand for good to prime beef was keen at an advance of about 10/ per head on last day's average rulings, other descrip tions remaining unaltered. Sheep and Lambs.—40,000 penned, aggregating 58,000 for the week, good to prime descriptions 5n both Mer inos and Crossbreds . forming the major portion. All sections of the buying power were represented and competition was active, especially for prime light Merino wethers and lambs, which held firm, while plain sorts were for the most part 1/ to 2/3 per head below last day. Prime Beef.—Choice light steers abt 42/ i>er lOOlbs; prime med. wght. beef abt 37/ per lOOlbs; prime hvy beef abt 35/ per lOOlbs; prime cow . beef abt 32/6 per lOOl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

Koerstz iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. IIIMlIlllltllllllllll Presses. liiiigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit 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. AVE ask for Your Wool P.ress Order. We will prove we can Save You Monev bv Ordering from Us. SEE US NOW! Goodhew Bros., (The Value and Service Stores) GENERAL" IMPORTERS, ('Phone 5.) TARALGA. SPECIAL NOTICE. TO READERS AND ADVERTISERS. 71TR. S. J. GROSVENOR 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, and will receive prompt attention. Mr. Grosvenor is also authorised by us to receive Advertisements for insertion iu the "ECHO," and his re ceipt will be sufficient discharge for moneys paid...

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WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Sept. 15. Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd.: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Sent. 15. Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd.: At our sale to-day we submitted a catalogue of 2,929 bales, which con sisted of wool of the new clip grown in the Brewarrina, Coonamble, Mor ee and Narrabri districts. The presence of earth and trefoil burr in most of these clips detracted from their value, but when compared with last season's clip the wool was generally finer, quite as well grown, of good colour, and carrying more grease. The attendance of buyers was very large, and all sections seemed anx ious to secure early shipments of new clip. As a consequence, competition was very brisk, and was distributed over all sections of the trade. French buyers were the principal operators, particularly in fleece descriptions of good quality and in all classes of skirtings. Japan afforded increasing support, and Yorkshire, Germany and America bought cautiously. The London sales opened on Tues day, and by cable from our London house, we learn that a brisk market was ...

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The Taralga E[?]bo. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. "500." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

?| ®{)tf -ffiantlcjit feljo. ,j| SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1925. *'& " ' " LOCAL and GENERAL. | " "500.' A team of sixteen players from Turalga go to Richlands on Thurs day night to meet the Riclilands Club in a return match, when the Jlich lands Club look forward to a victory.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

.SIllllllIIIIIlfllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllU | pring Trend | expressed in Full Fresh Stocks of Smart i Dresses and Accessories at | jEarly inspection of these Beautifid Fresh \ J Goods will convince of their superb value. I JVew Goods in Every Department. | Dress Department— | ' SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS LINENS in all shades, i 5 COTTON GEORGETTES, in the most fashionable coloiings. 5 FUJI, in stripes, plain and natural-colors. K 5 SILK GEORGETTES. = CilEPE DE CHINE. 5 " FLORAL VOILES, in many designs. 5 PLAIN COLORED VOILES, all these ave in the most fashionable E , shades and consist of yard lengths only in each shade. E'y COTTON JAP. CREPE, in eveiy color. This is ihe best crepe manu 5 factured, and selling freely at 1/- per yard. 1 Show Room— E We are showing an Exclusive Range of MILLINERY AND ,.&= FROCKS in the most Fashionable Materials and Colore. = Hosiery— | Best Quality Only—"KYSER," "AS YOU LIKE IT," and...

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BARRALLILER. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

BAKKALLILIJ. (From Our Correspondent). Several showers of rain fell during tlie week, and altogether 44 points of rain were registered, which should he of benefit to crops, although a heav ier fall is necessary to overcome the effects of wind and frosts, which have prevented the .grass from growing as it should. Sheep are not in the same forward condition as they usu ally are during this period of the year, and losses have been reported, espec ially amongst lambing ewes. Shearing has commenced in Burra gorang and some of the local men will be making a start within a few weeks. Mr. W. G. Women of Mittagong, has been an inmate of Talgarno Pri vate Hospital, Mittagong, for the last month, as a result of having cut his thumb off with a circular saw. He suffered the greatest agony practical ly the whole time he was. in hospit - al, but he is on the mend now and Is going to hia brother's place -at Harden for a change. The Wollondilly Hotel. Burragorang, . which lias been conducted by Mr. ...

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WOMBEYAN. (From a Correspondent). SEPTEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

WOMBEYAN. I ! (Prom a Correspondent). SEPTEMBER 21. Things have been very quiet here 1 during the winter months. Owing to the Bowral-Wombeyan road being blocked, very little traffic has come that w;ay. Quite recently visitors from Robert son were compelled to walk nine mileB to and from the Caves: I This road is now being repaired and will be open for motor traffic again on the 3rd October. The work of lighting the Caves House is progressing and already about 30 lights are ill place ready for the generating plant. The idea of pumping the water I supply for Caves House' has been | abandoned. An officer from the : Works Department has made extens ive explorations of the leading creeks and gullies, and has, I believe, decid ed on erecting a weir at the intersec tion of Oak Range and Mare's For est Creeks.

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C.D. Lawn Tennis Club. SECOND ANNUAL MEETING. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR. REPORT AND BALANCE-SHEET DISCLOSE HEALTHY STATE OF AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

I G.D. Lawn Tennis Club. i SECOND ANNUAL MEETING. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR. REPORT AND BALANCE-SHEET DISCLOSE HEALTHY STATE OF AFFAIRS. ',, Cr Moidton McDonald, iiresidpni , "le, Crookwell District Lawn Tenjl?s {Club, presided over the second an uual meeting 0f the rinii ,t ft was a wnfl weather there | 1erj representative attendance J annual report. : )n?J,r' J', F\ Sheridan, honorary secrp foUo\vs"-^ltteCl the aunllal report, as i To the Members: I Phasise the factX" TelVb !ttl large membership. y J ssH-s as S51sas,aas,2: ' euce Of «?• C0Ine int0 e-xist ! paid aftern® amount £"5 was re .2 e last a»nual meetiii" ud the committee now recommend' j repayment of the balance Th* i committee desires that this O.p I 2KT2. ««' "" r,MyS„r°aZ'SiSS It W recognised that vfth0utthat ^Wiarjare oui tournaments. Kour valint.io i ^or °» i p Championships bv R ' Rubber Co nla"ager Ba™et Glass , xvuouer Co., Sydney; Mrs C n «a"-ey Hotel Criterion; Messrs' ! O. H. Fiirner & Co. stock and st£f' ...

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ROSLYN. FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

ROSLYN. FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION. ' (From a Correspondent.) A number of local residents as sembled at the Roslyn School Hall on Saturday evening, 12th insf., the oc casion being to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. H. -J. Kerslake and family on their removal from the district to Shell Harbour. The hall was nicely decorated by a committee of willing workers, while the tables were prettily arranged with flowers and greenery, and were pre sided over by the ladies of the dis trict. Cr. A. J. Mclnnes occupied the chair, having on his right the guests of the evening. After, the loyal toast had been du ly honoured the chairman said that they had gathered for the purpose of bidding farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Kerslake and family, who had resided In Roslyn for a period extending over seven years. Mr. Kerslake during that time had been in charge of the local railway station and had now been transferred to Shell Harbour. During Mr. Kerslake's service here, said Cr. Mclnnes, he had been a most popular...

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(Published by Arrangement.) THE REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) THE REVOLT. ■"There, isn't a man in- public life to-day," declares the Buffalo (N'ew York State) "Post," "who does not ]<now that Prohibition is a gigantic farce. Men and women get tiniuk whenever and wherever they please. Judges who sentence prisoners for bootlegging drink in chambers the liquor confiscated. Prosecuting at torneys and other court officers share * in the contraband. "Men who vote dry in public drink a in secret. Prohibition agents are ei V ther in league with the bootleggers ,^4.or are.a compound of stupidity and /i ignorance. "Enforcement is a rank failure for Ai$he Simple reason that the people are „sot tin sympathy with the law, or the ^agencies created to enforce the law.'' rt' e. . '

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HEBE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

HEBE AND THERE Everything should be done, says the Commonwealth Council of the Clydesdale Horse Society, to encour age horse breeding in Australia. Not on extensive and haphazzard lines, as in the past, but in a way that will ensure the production o£ sufficient for .the requirements ol the country. * * * There is a general demand for horses of a better standard, a fact which is, happily, realised by the Clydesdale stud breeders throughout the Commonwealth. * The need is for horses of good type, sound and active, i * • • To Shearers.—New Season's T.U.S. Brand Blade Sheep Shears, 4/11 per pair at S. J. Grosvenor's Store, Tar alga.—0 • • • The find of diamonds and other precious stones on the property of Mr. T. J. McCormack at Lost River, "Wheeo, is creating attention. The publicity given In the metropolitan and country press has aroused inter est. • » • Experts claim that the diamonds won at LoBt Kiver are perfect and greatly ahead of those found in South Africa. • * * A destructive f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925

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