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Commanding Success in the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiifiiviiiiiiiiiiiiifviiviiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii Commanding Success in the Country. IJHIS 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 brlnn 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. A Talk to Business Men. ABOUT EDUCATIONAL BUSINESS METHODS. , • By "Verb Sap." Riding to the station last night I saw a clever notice across the win dow of a live furniture store, read ing: "A W.ife Deserves a Well-furn ished Home." As a man fairly well versed in the psychological aspect of advertising, that notice 'a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
jitr. and MRS. SALES, Drapers, etc., will "be in Taralga District from MONDAY, 28th September. All communications should be ad dressed to Local P.O. The "Dodge"' Car th6y are touring in is for sale, £165 Cash. TVENDERS are kereby called for the Cutting Down and Pulling away 3f Six Pine Trees at the R.C. Church, Faralga. Further particulars may be had from the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not ne cessarily accepted; • W. P. MISKELLY, Hon. Sec., Taralga R.C. Church Committee. N1GH0LITE AUTOMATIC GAS PUNT LIGHTING COOKING POWER SEE NEXT WEEK'S I8SUE. demonstration at crookwell. FOR THE GARDEN. SOW AND YOU 8HALL REAP. jjow is the time for sowing various Seeds and Plants. We have just landed a supply of Yates' New Sea son's Vegetable and Flower Seeds. These have been specially selected by Messrs. Arthur Yates & Co. for us as being the Most Suitable Kinds adapted to our climatic conditions. Try them this season'. Books on How and When to Sow— Free. S. J. GROSVENOE, Storeke...
CROOKWELL HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
CROOKWELL HOSPITAL BALL. The annual hospital ball fixture is , looked upon as the social function of ■ the year, and will he held in the i Crookwell'Literary Institute Hall on ! Wednesday next, September 30th. These fixtures are always popular and j the approaching hall will be no ex I ception. In fact, ind'cations point that it is likely to eclipse all previ ous efforts.
STIR IN PITT STREET. NEWS OF DIAMOND FIND AT CROOKWELL CAUSES MILD SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
STIR IN PITT STREET, NEWS OF DIAMOND FIND AT CROOKWELL CAUSES MILD SENSATION. The Sydney correspondent of the Melbourne "Argus" has the -follow ing in Saturday's issue o£ that jour nal:— Pitt-street was mildly stirred to day (Friday) at the story telegraphed from Goulburn about an extraordinary find at Crookwell. The telegram has an Arabian Nights flavour, and if only half true will cause a turning over of musty piles of ancient documents in order to recover forgotten prospec tuses of bygone times, when it was easy to create a booin. Prospectors report from the one mine open rich yields of diamonds, sapphires, cat's eyes, tourmalines, olivines, and gold. This is somewhat similar to the Bin gera diamond drift first exploited by an old Bendigo miner, except that olivines and cat's-eyes are not speci ally noticeable in it. There would be nothing tfc excite in these details, for gem country is known in a dozen places in this State, but the reported size of the diamonds is unusual. In al...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
PERSONAL. During the past week, Mr. H. Merri fleld, our popular assistant Postmaster, has been sent to Crookwell on the re lieving staff. His place here has been filled by Miss Peak, who was formerly at Taralga, and who by the courtesy shown to all on the previous occasion here has made herself very popular. Mrs. James Howard, of Riclilands, is at present an inmate of St. John of God's Hospital, Goulburn, where she Js to undergo an operation next week for acute appendicitis. * * * Mr. Ross. Keith, of Glen Isle, Yal braitli, who" has been ill for some con siderable time .with an attack of pneu monia, is now well again and able to resume duties. • » » Mrs. A. J. Boys, of Golspie, is at present very unwell and has been in Taralga for a few days for medical attention.
Crookwell Cottage Hospital ONE OF THE MOST MODERN IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
Crookwel! Oottage Hospital ONE OF THE MOST MODERN IN THE COUNTRY. The Crookwell and District Cottage Hospital is admittedly well-equipped and up-to-date. It can boast of being amongst the best-equipped cottage hospitals in the country. Last week an x-ray plant, one of the latest machines, was installed and a demonstration on Friday last re vealed the wonderful possibilities of the machine as an adjunct to the gen eral equipment at the institution. Hitherto it has been necessary for patients to travel either to Sydney orGoulburn. Now it will be possible to be x-rayed in their own town. Tlie Hospital Committee fully be lieve in a progressive policy of man agement, and to therr credit be it said that few cottage hospitals throughout the State can boast of a more efficient equipment. The Hospital management is for tunate in another sense, by the baclc . iug they receive from the honorary | medical staff. The local doctors en | courage the committee both morally and financially in all th...
A.. P. and H. Society. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE FOR 1926. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
A.. P. and H. Society. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE FOR 1926. At the annual meeting of the Tar alga A., P. and H. Society, held last month, the following resolution, of which previous notice had heen given, wa3 unanimously carried: "That the number of committee men be increased from 24 to 30." The election, which was taken by postal ballot, was closed on Monday morning last. The scrutineers appointed completed the counting of ballot papers on Mon day night. 144 votes were recorded, and there being only two informal votes the total of 142 valid votes were received, and one candidate, Mr. An gus Alders, secured the full number. Following is the result of the ballot the first 30 being elected:— Angus Alders 142 G. C. Goodhew 140 M. W. Charteris 139 C. S. Bradbury 138 T. M. Barry 132 W. H. Bradbury 132 V. Chalker 132 J. J. Francis .. 131 A. B. Pearce ....... 128 J. J. Walsh"'.. 126 D. A. McRae .'. . .. 124 Owen Maher .. .. .. 124 W. Aylward .. .... .... .. 123 A. R. G. McDonnell .. .. .. .. 12...
PASTORAL. FLOCK MANAGEMENT. Anticipating Periods of Food Scarcity. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
PASTORAL. FLOCK MANAGEMENT. Anticipating Periods of Food 8carc!ty. It Is possible by the adoption of con servative principles of station manage ment to reduce the risks connected with the business in a very material degree, and among such principles may be mentioned the avoidance of over stocking, and the improvement of the pastures. "Avoid overstocking" seems com monplace advice, and it is referred to with , great regularity, whenever stock are suffering from a shortage! of food. Actually the problem is more complex than it appears on the surface. In«a good season the growth, of herbage is so profuse that stock cannot poss ibly keep it down. It 3s trampled un derfoot and lies in a tangled mass on the ground. Should further rain en sue it rots, and later new herbage grows through it. If it dries it is available as food during the following months, and it is especially valuable if it is seeded well, for sheep will then readily fatten on it ' This, of course, does not apply to those g...
Taralga P. and C. Ass'n. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. Association's Inspiring Programme.—Headmaster's Splendid Objectives. —A New School Mooted. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
Taralga P. and G. Ass'n. . \ AN ENTHUSIA8TIC MEETING. Association's Inspiring Programme,— Headmaster's Splendid Objectives. —A New School Mooted. The usual monthly meeting o£ the above association was held in the school room on Wednesday, lGth inst. Despite the very rough weather there was a record attendance, crowding the school room to the doors. Alter the reading and adoption of the minutes and corr.a.'uuiudeuce, Mr. AUnut, treasurer of the recent dance committee, handed the treasurer of the P. and C. Association £i!S to be spent for the benefit of the children. Mr. Allnut hoped quickly and well. Mr. Lee suitably responded and thanked all who had helped to place the P. and C. Association in such a sound financial position that they would be able to materially help the school. Personally 'he felt assured that if the interests of the young were well catered for the civic spirit of the town was being placed on a firm foun dation, and that he had no doubt that the money well spent to...
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent.) DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 26 September 1925
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent.) &nbsp; &nbsp; DEATH. One who spent many years of her &nbsp; &nbsp; life at Golspie in the person of Mrs. H. M. Webster, passed away at her &nbsp; daughter's residence at Sydney on Wednesday last. The deceased lady had reached the age of 80 years and her health had been unsatisfactory &nbsp; for many months. Her husband pre- deceased her some years ago, and a family of five remain. Mr. F. Web- ster (Golspie), Mr. H. Webster (Rich- &nbsp; lands) are sons, and Mrs. F. and Mrs. J. Banner, of Sydney, are daughters. This lady was of a kind and gentle disposition and highly esteemed by a large circle of friends here. &nbsp; | PROGRESS COMMITTEE;' A meeting of this committee' was ? held on Saturday evening. Mr. S. N. Elphick occupied the chair. The sec retary reported that the . matter 6t■. fencing in the local school ground had been deferred by'the Department The-question of fencing in the loc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
expressed in Full Fresh Stocks of Smart ■>—Dresses and Accessories at Ely i Early inspection of these Beautiful Fresh fryij\ Goods will convince of their superb value. New Goods in Every Department. V: ,5 Dress Department— 1 ' SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS LINENS in all shades. J EE COTTON GEORGETTES, in the most fashionable coloiings. |) = ■' = FCJ I, in stripes, plain and natural colors. GEORGETTES. , | -J^fetEPE DE CHINE. ,H'■ mSQRAL VOILES, in many design's. (. ' 2; 3?L A1 N^jOLO RED VOILES, all these are in the most .fasbionabfe ; 5?.,' » similes'an3 consist of S}4 yard lengths only-in each shade. J ' COTTON JAP. CREPE, in oveiy color. This is ihe best crepe manu : E ■ factured, and selling freely at 1/- per yard. tfSFSFBVr Room v. inch- per « v \,il0wiar, ao Exclusive Range of MILLINERY AND d. any trouwe ° ° pleaa^jFROCKS in the most Fashionable Materials and Colors, lumbejr*^ * ^ NyjlNNINf ^&lt;eiosiery— VBest Quality Only—" KYSER,"''•'AS YOU LIKE IT," and : BOND'S " SIL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
PLANTING SEASON. TS at hand, and in a district like Crookwell and surrounding, dis tricts you want trees grown iir a cli mate similar. Our Nursery is well known in Goulburn, the only Cold Climate Nursery in N.S.W. Over 100,000 of the finest Fruit and Orna mental Trees, True to Name and Free from Disease; Grape Vines. Goose berries and Currants, Nut Trees, Rhu barb and Asparagus Roots, Roses, Ornamental Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Conifers of every description, Hedge Plants, Pinus Insignis, etc. Our Seeds are the World's Best., di rect from the Growers. Ring 14S Goulburn for— WREATHS, BRIDAL BOUQUETS, etc. Catalogue Post Free. Goulburn Seed & Nurs cry Co., |l„. A. GOOD HEW, • Manager..' • - NOTICE. I' : ~~ j pOULOS & CO. (l&te of Taralga) ' wish to convey to their Taralga | and District Friends that they have j. purchased the business known as j! The Gouteurn Cafe, 153 Auburn St. (next Goulburn Co-op. Society), and if hope for a continuance of their val ued suppo...
(Published by Arrangement). LABOR AND PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
(Published by Arrangement). LABOR AND PROHIBITION. Jlr. James P. Holland, President o£ the New York State Federation o£ Labor, in the "North American Re view" says: "I£ there is any one hody especial ly competent to define the general at titude of the working man towards Prohibition, then it is the conventions of the American Federation of Lab or. "Beginning with the convention at Atlantic City, the American Federation of Labor has gone on record opposed to the Prohibition Amendment, and advocating the modification of the Enforcement Law. "The Executive Council and the Pre sident of the American Federation of Labor 'liave been instructed to work in this direction." 1
TENNIS. TARALGA v. R1CHLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
!;• "TENNIS. TARALGA v. R1CHLANDS. At the "Pines" tenuis court on Sun day last a visiting team from Chats bury played the local team, when tlip' visitors outclassed the local players. The day was very unsuitable for tennis, as practically the whole day long a strong wind was blowing which interfered greatly with the play, as correct placing of the bail was at times an impossibility. The visitors were entertained by •the local players during the day. Following are the scores:— GENT.'S DOUBLES. Taralga. Chatsbury. Goodhew and Hewitt v.' Cunningham and Blay, 6-6 Perry and Chesher v. Blay and Cun ningham, 4-6. Klein and Milne v. Cunningham and Cunningham, 3-6. Perry and Chesher v. Blay and Cun ningham, 4-6. Whiting and Hewitt v. Cunningham and Cunningham, 6-1. Perry and Milne v: Cunningham and Gordon, 2-6. Gordon and Whiting v. Cunningham and Cunningham, 6-4. Perry and Hewitt v. H. and -K. Cun ningham v. Whiting and Milne, 4-6. Whiting and Milne v. K. Gordon and Cunningham, 6-4. Chesher...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
aimiimiii* Hfls! = iinimiiiiiiiiiimi li 1 iiiiiiiilijjiiiimiiiiiiHiini ^ ^ '• . ! we can SUPPLY any of the undermentioned , Wool presses .'■'at MANUFACTURER'S prices: koerstz "bosker" press, Weigh about 8cwt. .. /. .. .. £23 koerstz "little WGNDER" press, Weigh about 9cwt . £24 •koerstz "selector" press, Weigh about 12cwt. £30 koerstz improved "squatter" press .. £42 ' PRICES F.O.R.. SYDNEY. TVE.asl; for Your Wool P^ess Order. We will prove we can Save ' I ■ You Money by Ordering £rom Us. see us now! Goodhew Bros., (The Value and Service Stores) general importers, ('Phone 5.) taralga. GROSyBNOi .as beeii ap? | pointed • Sole Distributing Agent j ' ,' ,for the "ECHO" in Tajfalga. -V Orders for the regular delivery in I ViwjfT^aiga, or by Post, may'be lodged •®7 J#»Stfora, and will receive prompt SF Grosveno? tis also authorised to . receive: Advertisements for nrptf in the "ECHO," and his re fill. be sufficient discharge for jj^oneya 'paid to him on our. be S SLprosvenof is our accre...
LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
LIVE STOCK. Since "milk is nature's food for ani mals, it has been assumed that milk contains all the elements combined in the right proportions necessary for the perfect growth of the young. Experi ments have shown, writes E. T. Hal nan (Animal Nutrition Institute, Cam bridge University), that this assump tion needs modification, particularly when milk designed for one particu lar species of animal is utilised as food for another species. It 'has been demonstrated, for in stance, that the milk of cows fed un der winter-stall conditions is often de-. ficient in those vitamines considered essential to growth. Moreover, cal ves fed on milk to the exclusion of other foods will eventually die. Milk . is also deficient in one important ele ment, i.e., iron. The reason why the young animal grows successfully dur ing the suckling period is that at birth a sufficient store of material rich in iron is present in the liver to sup ply its requirements during the suck ling period. The deleterio...