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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & CO. Ltd., SYDNEY. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION ACENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Write for WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K- de L. OUDMORE, Manager. «.• OHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager. Broadcasting Information TN keeping with the Progressive Spirit of this Inventive Age, PITT, A SON & BADGERY'S (LTD.), STOCK AND WOOL MARKET RE PORTS, giving latest information, are being sent out daily by BROAD CASTERS, LTD. These speedy reports are often of SPECIAL VALUE to the MAN ON THE LAND, and everyone equipped with a Receiving Set should take advantage of the Service afforded and regularly Tune in to Broad casters, Ltd., Call-2BL. SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL, PROD UCE, PIG & CALF SALESMEN, SYDNEY ^antr S. A., BURNS, ^ TIMBER MERCHANTS & v . . BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street - GOULBUR.N. Telephone 412. WHAT THIS BANK DDES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Accounts from 1/- upwards. ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING. CANTERBURY PARK. Selections By "Spearfelt." PARK STAKES. First Division. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

RACING. CANTERBURY PARK. Selections By "Spearfelt." PARK STAKES. Pirat Division. Dion 1 Cool Chap 2 Ali Shar 3 Second Division. , Miss Popple \. 1 Dash 2 Fianna 3 FLYING HANDICAP. Coleus ............. 1 Montoro ..2 Foxy 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP. First Division. Bracelet 1 Avrom 2 Baverlin 2 Second Division. Linulla .... 1 Nicolini 2 Clumsy 3 HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP. First Division. Lakawanna 1 Kainga 2 Waracre 3 Second Division. Melia 1 Lexy 2 Tremble 3 Third Division Beau Bee 1 Murthly 2 Goldbeater ............ 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP. Sardine 1 Musbop 2 Irish Flower ............ 3 , WELTER HANDICAP • • Murky Might' . 1. 5Iont de Pete 2 Alor'ne 3

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Social Evening and Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

Social Evening and Presen tation. Miss May Hansen, .who has been a resident of 'the tawn. foiv.tlie past 12 months,' was tendered'a"' social even ing and presentation on Wednesday by lier many friends, including mem bers of the Pines Tennis Club, pri or to her departure to Newcastle About 50 people were present and the evening was a delightful success. The presentation of a xylonite mirror was made by Mr. C. P. Good liew, who, in a happy speech, refer red to the recipients' popularity and the valuable assistance she had giv en to, the tennis club. Miss Hansen, in a pleasing reply, said that her stay In Taralga had been a most happy one. and she was sorry to have to leave such congen ial surroundings. She was passionate ly fond of tennis because of the amount of pleasure she derived frpm being associated with the sport. She thanked them all for the pleas ant evening and charming present. The 'programme for the evening comprised vocal and instrumental items 'contributed by Misses Moll...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEREAFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

HEREAFTER. The parson was perhaps the poor est-paid bloke in the district, lmt as he paid' nobody, I suppose we ought to call it a draw. He is a nice fel low otherwise. A good talker and a good listener—except on the subject of-his liabilities. "j So when- the affable stranger uslc ed him if he "believed in he Hereaf ter" the padre began a valuable ex planation that on it was built the whole principle of Christianity. "Good-o," said the stranger, • "but what I wanted to tell you was that T am here after that thirty-five quid you owe the store." Printed and Published by Robert John Winning, of ' "Taranaki," Marsden-street, Crookwell, for the. Proprietors, R. J. Winning & Son.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Charge of Assault. LANGLOIS v. THE MAJOR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

Charge of Assault. LANGLOIS v. THE MAJOR. At the Gcmlburn Police Court, on Weilnesday, Thomas Alfred Banglois proceeded against Major Ernest Geo. Benwell for assault. Complainant said he saw the de fendant at his garage at Taralga at 7.30 p.m. on the night of the Sth in stant. As he was walking into the office defendant said: "Wliat! You would hump me, would you?" and he followed this up by giving wit ness thrco thumps on the hack of the neck. Witness rushed to the door and tried to escape. He could not open the door as it was locked. He rushed at the door and burst it open with his shoulder and got away. He laid a complaint at the Police Sta tion and returned to the garage ac companied by a police officer. In the struggle with the Major witness' coat was torn. Ernest George Benwell, the defend ant, said he was in the garage on the night in question with his wife and daughter. He was walking along a passage in the dark when he hear dsomebody rnnning past. He grabbed hold of the man,...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Taralga Garage. QUESTION OF POSSESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

Taralga Garage. QUESTION OF POSSESSION; At the Goulburn Tenancy Court on, Wednesday Thomas Alfred Langlois proceeded against Ernest George Ben well for failing to give up possession of a motor garage in acordance with the terms of a lawful notice to quit. Captain N. P. .Moriarty appeared for complainant and Mr. T. P.- ?,lo loney for defendant. Complainant said he traded with Walter Hubert Hind as the Taralga and Goulburn Motor Service and Ar gyle Motor Garage, Taralga. They were lessees of the Argyle Motor Gar age, situated at Orchard-street, Tar alga. There had been no decided arrangement for a tenancy of the pre mises with defendant. The latter was told he could not he given a lease but he could have the garage, light and rent free, until such time as he had found his feet. Defendant had been served with a notice to quit on November 3rd. but he was still in possession of the garage. T. P. Moloney (solicitor) gave ev idence of legal transactions in re gard to the possession of the ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. WOOL REPORT Sehute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 21st November:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

Commercial. WOOL REPORT Sclinte, Bell & Co., Ltd., report der date 21st November:— whilst we predicted and fully ex pected that American demand would broaden to ail extent that would en sure quite exceptional prices for fine wool being realised before the end of tiie season, we had hardly an ticipated that 49Jd. would have been touched as early as at the first ser ies in November. It makes one won der what is yet to be the record for 1024-25 season, and what is to be the measure of regret (in solid cash) of those who listened to the voice of the charmer and sold their birth right early in the year. Perhaps some day the timid wool grower will learn to believe that even a wool broker can give disinterested advice and that common sense dictates that a broker's views are really somewhat more likely to prove disinterested and correct than those of a willing buy er. When there is no assured mar gin of profit left for the local buver he will vanish into thin air as rap idly, that i...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Standing Aloof. PROGRESSIVES AND OTHER PARTIES. VAIN ATTEMPT TO CONFUSE ISSUE. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

Standing Aloof. PROGRESSIVES AND OTHER PARTIES. VAIN ATTEMPT TO CONFUSE ISSUE. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) (BY M. DIXON.) Last week the electors were warn ed that the attempt by the Nation alist Association to create the im 'pression that a coalition existed be tween its party and the Progressives was made without the Knowledge and conesnt of the latter. The reason why the Nationalists desired a coalition were pointed out, viz.: That by doing so their candi dates would receive thousands of ' votes that would otherwise go to the Progressives, and that Labor would be given some ground for as serting that the Nationalists and Progressives were in the one polit ical boat. All thinking persons know that tile Progressives stand as a separate en tity; that they are in the field be cause their patriotism, and love of progress and efficient political admin istration has revolted against thB slip...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). Over two inches of rain were re corded here during the past week end, making a total of upwards of five inches for the month By Thurs day's hailstorm . the heaviest losers are Messrs. D. Crolter and W. S. Marmont, whose splendid oat crops have been seriously damaged. A num ber of orchards, were stripped of fruit and vegetables were complete ly destroyed. The weather has been bitterly cold for the past two days. Shearing has been out of the question for a week past.. Damage to flower gardens will seriously interfere with the exhib its at the local show to be held on the 6th December, but itis to be hoped that those interested will turn their attention to other sections in order to make the function as suc cessful as possible There seems to be no prospect of a revival of cricket or tennis during the present season. There should be enough young people around to give tennis a start during the sum mer months. In the snake killing section how is" this' fo...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

C. W. DAWSON, Hairdresser and Tobac conist, Kodak Supplies. Fancy Goods. Stationery. Pipes and Cigars. L. & Co. Pipes a Speciality. Cigars from 1/- a box to 25/-. Ladies Face Cream & Powders We specialise in Ladies Hair cutting—either the Bob or Shingle. OUR MOTTO CIVILITY AND CLEANLINESS.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

PERSONAL Mr. Will Garry, ot "Ilillcrost," who is at present an inmate of St. John of God's Hospital, is still in a poor state of health. Late reports, how ever state :that he is slightly 011 the mend. He is under, the skilful treat ment of Dr. McCormack. Mr.' Roy Menzies, of the Bank of NTow'South Wales staff, who is on an nual leave, . will resume duties on Monday next. Mrs. Maher. of "The Meadows," lias' recovered her health and is ont again'doing light duties in the kit chen, apparently as well as ever and looks good l'or many years. It is truly wonderful the vitality this lady of 93 summers still possesses. Will the younger generation attain the great'agos' of some ' ot our' district pioneers?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

CROOKWELL W. H. WHEATLEY WILL HOLD THEIR NEXT , Special Sheep and, Cattle Sale • - ON • Friday, 19th December AND WILL YARD 3000 SHORN SHEEP 400 HEAD CATTLE

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McArthur Street. URGENT NEED FOR ATTENTION. (To the Editor of the "Echo." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

McArthur Street. URGENT NEED FOR ATTENTION. (To tlie Editor of the "Echo.") Sir,—Will you kindly permit me, through your journal," to draw the attention of ' the Muhvaree Shire Council to the necessity of effecting repairs to the water tables in Mc Arthur-street, which, owing to their neglected state, are incapable of carrying the flood waters which oc cur just now through the heavy rains. The drains, which are intended to carry away surplus waters, are over grown with grass and herbage to the extent that when heavy falls of rain occur storm waters commencing at the church and along the street to the bridge or culvert at the inter section of McArtliur and Streets are forced into the Toad and onto the footpaths with the result, that pedestrian, vehicular and motor traffic is almost held up'by reason of the rain, and later, njud and slush. I might say that there is a good deal of traffic in this street, partic ularly on Sunday mornings and Sun day evenings, on which services are held,...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crookwell Trots. CUP TO PHILWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

Grookwell Trots. CUP TO PHILWOOD. The Crookwell Trotting Club held its opening meeting for the current season in unpleasant weather on Saturday afternoon last. There was only a moderate at tendance. Small fields were the order of the day. The last two races were run on a slushy track, following a heavy downpour of rain, and those driving in spiders were besmatterei with mud beyond recognition on coming in. The Cup went to Philwood, a ^on of Ribbonwood, and owned by Mr. O. Parker. Kialla, who was suppos ed to be "the goods," came well and might have landed the trophy (for keeps) but for breaking badly just before the turn into the straight. Punters did not evince much en thusiasm in any race, and the half dozen books present did not do very big business, but, if anything, the advantages wei* on their side. Love's Dream, who started a 4 to 1 on favourite in the District Han dicap. played up at the start and lost so much ground—notwithstand ing the slow running of the rest of the field...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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District Products. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

District Products. Having dealt with the timber pro duct and its possible commercial val ue to the district in an earlier issue, we are in this issue devoting space to the possibilities of successful po tato culture ancl its value to the dis trict, of which there are practically thousands of acres particularly adap ted tor potato growing, being of rich red loam and containing other ne cessary essentials for potato grow The rainfall is invariably regular, and enables the fanner to work the soil sufficiently in order to ensure good results. The Taralga potato growers have ^ xi U1 Past been able to secure satisfactory results by reason that they have been out of touch with out side markets through the want of reasonable railway facilities, and in this way potato growing in this dis trict has been retarded to a consid erable extent. The limited means of transit, and freight of 30/- per ton to Goulburn, with additional railway freight to Sydney, has been a serious draw gba ofIlproflt.Way...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

"We take extreme "S>intmty" We asked the makers of ibo well - known "SINCERITY SUIT" to work with us in producing the best possible gar ment at the price of ordinary suits. They co-operated splen measures (JidlV and enabled us to make t0 every buyer a satisfied customer. please" ask the man who WEARS ONE and be will tell you that bis "SINCERITY SUIT " reflects quality in every detail. The materials are im ported English and Scotch Tweeds and Indigo Serges that will not fade. The workman SsUlXS ship is as perfect as an excellent staff of intelligent Australian workers can make it and the trimmings are of the highest quality and thoroughly shrunk. " SINCERITY SUITS " ARE MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR US and the range of styles and prices are wide enough to suit every man's taste as well as hi.s means. To look your best, feel your best and get the utmost, value for your money, order your " SINCERITY SUIT " NOW. Our Prices lor tbese Suits to Measure range from £5/5/-. Goodhew Bros., (Tie Valu...

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SHINGLED HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

SHINGLED HEADS. New York papers reported lately that 2000 girls were having their liair cut every day in the city alone. Shingles anil hobs will he very popular in Sydney, of course, during the surfiing season. Many girls have sat and wept in the hairdressing saloons of Sydney after' having their hair shingled. Be sure it suits you before you part with your flowing tresses. You will have to indulge in a set of new hats, for your head will be many sizes smaller. HOW TO TELL. Brush your hair down, tie a tape round your neck, and study the effect with a hand mirror. HAIR GOES DARKER. Your hair will go many shades darker with repeated cutting.

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Need for Decentralisation. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

Need for Decentralisation. 1 For some time paat the North Coast and Tablelands have been aflre with indignation over thetreament they have received and are receiving from politicians. The Norther is aroused. "Don't pay taxes!". "Let us fight!" "Cut out Sydney!" "Set up our own show!" are among the statements that were given prominence in the press. There is no getting away from the fact that the North has a right to be indignant over what it holds to be a scandalous neglect of the State Government, past and present. This feeling has been there for years and the turning down of the cross-country railway has brought it to. a head. On the North Caost valuations of the Valuer-General and the refusal of the State Government to hear the taxpayers' side have accentuated the feeling. No Government for years and years have done the fair thing by the North. But then you can say this with equal truth about the South and the AVest. The main difference is that the North has expressed itself and ...

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SOUTH AUS. v. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

SOUTH AUS. v. GOULBURN. ' Arrangements have-been made by the Goulburn Cricket Association for a match between a Goulburn XV. and South Australia in Goulburn on Friday and Saturday next, if possible, after the latter's match against M.S. Wales in Sydney. • The following have been fcQlfi'Hod to represent Ooulhara:— • K. McMillian, M. Culliati '. W. Poole, Jj. and A. Sieler, ,W. Tickner, W. Brown, W.' Dewhirst, V. Cumminss, A.- Walker, 1j. Ticlcnn:-. JJr.; Words, B.' Brogden, T. Oo'vin. .1. B 'J:N't-iU. Emergencies: O-vWoadlcv, H. Westa cott, W. Vaughan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 29 November 1924

TARALGA :PBOOT28 REFRESHMENT ROOMS (Next Bank of New South Wales) MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily; also Small Goods, Fancy Goods, Chocolates and Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes MORNING AND AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALITY. COUNTRY ORDERS PROPERLY ATTENDED TO. ONE TRIAL WILL MAK E A REGULAR CUSTOMER. COMINO BROS., Proprietors. ALSO AT GOULBURN, AND GUNNING WHEN DOES A MAN LOOK SMARTER THAN USUAL?—WHEN HE IS WEARING A HIGH GRADE TAILORED SUIT TO MEASURE FROM J. H. DALE Guarantee OUR SUITS to Wear, Not to lose Shape, and to be ail EX CELLENT PIT, and it they arc not satisfactory we will refund in full purchase price. Our Suits are Made to a Standard, Not Down to a Price. A Very Dressy Hat, in a very popular shape, with silk binding, well roll ed in from the edge, in light or mid greys, all sizes SPECIAL PRICE 25/6 A Fuji Silk Shirt,'made from the best heavyweight quality Fuji, in blue, black, and lielio stripings, sizes from 1-1 to 171 neck SPECIAL PRICE 2...

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