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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

FOR SHEARING and Other Work iThis Shearing Plant was designed and built directly as the result of requests from many practical farmers. THE "BIG-GUN" 2-Stand SHEARING PLANT. is "made-to-order" for the man tvho requires an engine of more tha* sufficient h.p. to drive the two Shearing Machines and Grinder. The 3 B.H.P. Heavy Duty Cooper Engine, which is built into the "Big Gun," may be adapted readily to other farm work, such as cutting eliaflj sawing wood, pumping water, etc. It is simple to operate, and remarkably low in fuel consumption. ^ 4 Let us supply you with full particulars. SHEARING DUPLICATES. COOPER, WOLESLEY, LISTER COMBS AND CUTTERS. OAKEY'S EMERY LE PAGES GLUE. WOLESLEY SHEARING MACHINERY & CYLINDER OILS. WOLESLEY HEAVY BEARING MACHINERY OIL. 600W STEAM CYLINDER OIL. ALPA SEPARATOR OIL, 6/6 gallon. ■ - YENUS BENZINE, 10/-tin. BALE FASTENERS-—BELTING BRANDING OIL. DUPLICATE PARTS FOR GLORIA, KNIGHTLIGHT, ALAD DIN, WIZARD LIGHTING SYSTEMS. PARTS FOR ALFA, DOMO, D...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Clergy Warned. SERMONS MUST BE BRIGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

Clergy Warned. SERMONS MUST BE BRIGHTER. One o£ the most momentous Church utterances of recent times was made by the Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Randall Davidson) at the Church Congress at Eastbourne, England. It was in the nature of a warning to the clergy that present-day sermons were out of date, the churches empty, the golf courses crowded, and the coun tryside filled with motoring picnickers. ''Speaking to you as an old man. being 77," he said, "I wish to say that the congregation of the English parish church to-day is a different field to that in which our fathers spoke, and listened to preachers. That field is often poorly filled. Com plaints of the inadequacy of our ser mons are rife. The fact that they are inadequate is indisputable. Every clerical meeting harps upon sparser congregations. There are many reas ons for that. Bicycles, motors, and charabancs contribute, ulso golf and Sunday' newspapers. The prime cause is the fact that the average sermon has not kept pace wi...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Roslyn-Taralga Railway. GROW MORE CROPS [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

Roslyn-Taralga Railway. GROW MORE CROPS ^JONDAY next will record an historical event in the devel opment and advancement of the Taralga District-^the running of the first passenger train. It is timed to leave Taralga for Goulburn at 7 a.ni., and there is lit tle doubt that it will be accorded great patronage. While we do not; hail the advent of the railway from the standpoint of a passenger service, it will doubt less furnish a convenience in this di rection. We are more concerned with tlie great benefit it will afford the populace from a goods transport viewpoint and this service is not yet fully recognised by the people. As time goes on this phase of the railway will be acknow ledged. Sinc'e revenue to any, great extent is not likely to accrue from passenger fares, we must look to the goods traffic to make the expenditure on this line justified. The good • people of Taralga should and must realise that it will be ne cessary to till the ground with greater energy. Their, slogan sho...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RADIO-ISMS RADIO ON THE FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

RADIO-ISMS RADIO ON THE FARMS. The "Chicago Tribune" of Septem ber 3rd, copy of which was received by this week's mail, says that 550, 000 farms in America are equipped with radio, compared to 365,000 a year ago, and 145,000 in 1923. The Agricultural Department's ag ents reported that the farmers tuned in not so much for grand opera or baseball or political speeches as for weather and market reports. The State of Illinois leads the Un Union with 46,000 farm radio sets. New York and Iowa each has 39,000. These are all ahead of New South Wales although in this State radio is coming into favour among farmers rapidly on account of its usefulness both for business und tjleasure. RADIO IN HIS COrFiN. Sam R. Kimbali, an aged ranc-her of California has placed an order with a Los Angeles undertaker for a £1240 steel coffin equipped with a wireless receiving set. Mr. Kimball explained that he is convinced that the' soul lingers near the body until the day of Judgment and thai he will be able ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICTET. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

cricket: The cricket season will opon to day (Saturday I, wlien a scratch matcli will be played between sides picked by two o! our local enthusiasts, and by what is in the wind a keen light for supremacy is expected. It. is hoped that in the interests of the king of ail sports lliat this pop ular same shall again be established ou a sound footing and that Taralga boys will try and rise to the level of what they were a' few years ago one of the best country clubs in the Southern districts.'

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

ERROR. I,:. Jn last edition of the "Echo", ; when referring to the sale of Mr. t Tli'eo Corby's chaff we were in error ■in saying that the purchasers were : Wright, Heaton & Co. It has been j definitely given to us since that Mr. i William Webb was the purchaser on I liis own account, and that he made a. sale of three trucks as mentioned. I The balance (50 tons) is now stored in Taralga, where Mr. Webb", intends j opening, lip a produce store, particu lars of which will appear later in our advertising columns. ,

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

dairying. I For the month of September 15,000 lbs of butter were manufactured at the local factory and suppliers were j paid 011 a basis of 1/7 per lb for | choicest butter. The increase is not Uiuite as large as expected owing to ! the bitterly cold weather experienced jof late, but with the advent of the i warmer weather supplies are gradu j ally increasing. ■ ;

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

The rush by uniouists to answer the shipowners' call to man idle ves sels in port was a sensational devel opment in the shipping strike in the early part of the week. It was foll owed by the;.declaration of Mr. N. C. Scale, Deputy President of the Over seas Shipping Agents' Association, that the strike would probably end ibis week in all British ports. » » • Mankind when duped l>y crude belief Is doomed to suffer pain and grief, : Sane common-sense such faith rejects 'And logic laughs at its defects. "Faith-healing fails to prove its claims ■ Where sore throat, cough and cold prevails; .But peerless Woods' Great Peppermint Cure In over}' l'khc will ease ensure. 'Printed and Published by Robert John Winning, of "Taranaki," | Marsden-gtreet, Croolavell, for the ■Proprietors, R. J. Winning & Sou. : -■■■ 1 . . 't

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Primary Producers' Union. ATTENTIVENESS OF THE AS. SISTANT SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

j Primary Producers' Union. ATTtiNTIVENESS OF THE AS. SISTANT SECRETARY. ' When Mr. Scliute was in town to attend the inaugural meeting of the P.P.U. he was speaking to Mr. Allnut, our local bank manager, about' pit si los. He lias since forwarded Mr. All nut all the available literature and everything points to . several silos be ing put down'! here in the very near future. ' He also spoke to Mr. Neii, our lo cal school teacher, about maize grow ing for this district. "M. Neil lias since received a letter from -Mr. Scliute stating that the the Depart ment of Agriculture was delighted to hear that he is doing voluntary exper , imontal work in the Taralga district, ; and that, 111 his /presence, the .Under t Secretary gave instructions for sam^ j pies of cold climate maize to be for I warded to the school.. These will be planted very soon and the success of j the experiment will be anxiously i awaited. Mr. Scliute is an ex-representative 1 footballer noted for his straight run i ning...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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crookwell Races. BENEFIT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

Grookweli Races. BENEFIT MEETING. . n DeBpite the unfavourable weather conditions there was a fair .attend ance at the Crookwell racecourse on { Saturday afternoon last. The proceeds of the fixture were on ; behalf 6t the funds of the Crookwell ./ ■A., P. ,a'nd H. Society. The officials are to be congratulat ed oil the general' arrangements and , . conduct of the meeting.'' OFFICIALS. Judge, Mr. Walter Cullen; starter, ' Mr. S. A. Cullen,; time-keeper, Mr. Moreton McDonald; clerk of course, Mr. Jack Powell; stipendiary stew ard, Mr. F. C. Spackman; clerk of scales, Mr. Col. Keith; treasurer, Mr. D C. McCIoskey; secretary, Mr. Jack Munro. There were seven starters in the v first race, the Flying, when the old horse, Plain Bill, won all the way ; from Tarella, with Whela filling the third place. Keven horses also competed in the second event on the card, the Hurry Scurry. Prior to the race a sensa tional incident occurred when Whis pering Winds bolted and getting com pletely out of co...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

JOSEPH'S CONVENT BALL. The annual ball in aid of St. Jos eph's Convent, Taralga, was held on Friday niglit last and proved to be one o£ the best yet held both socially and financially. The hall was packed to overflowing. The music was up to the usual high standard, being sup plied by the Band Orchestra. • The hard-working and energetic commit tee are to be' congratulated on the success achieved. The usual juvenile social followed 011 Saturday night, when there was again a full house. hut. this, time the young folk predominated and all seem ed to thoroughly enjoy themselves and wended their way home tired but happy at midnight. ' The net takings for both is expecl i ed to be in the vicinity of £70, truly j a wonderful effort, and reflects cred j it on all concerned with the mannge I ment.

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A Daylef Destiny. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

A Day Jof Destiny. (Written by Archdale Parkhill, Sydney). Oil the 14th of next month (Nov ember) the electors of the Common wealth of Australia will decide their own destiny. Then they will be ac corded the privilege of saying whe ther they shall be governed by consti tutional authority, or by mob rule. At the present juncture in the history o'f Australia, whe nfive out of six of its component States are dominated by Labour Governments elected on' a minority vote, and all exhibiting a de cided bias towards Communistic prin ciples, the warning uttered by Sir George Fuller recently, should have an appealing significance to every one possessed of a love for the welfare of this great country. Sir George Fuller who, as an ex-Premier of the Mother I State, can reasonably be credited with ' "inside knowledge" of current events; pointed out with a refreshing clarity of language that the State Labour Governments were generally submit ting to the dictation of the most ex treme elements of th...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Werriwa Electorate. SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

Werriwa Electorate. SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. Major-General Sir Charles Rosen thal, K.C.B., C.M.G.. D.S.O., was born in New South Wales in 1857. He is an architect, and occupies a leading position in his profession. He was elected President of the Architects' Institute o£ New South Wales in 1924. Sir Charles had a most distinguished career in the late war. He left Aus tralia with the AJ.F. in 1914 as Liout Colonel of the 3rd Field Artillery Brigade. He served through the Gal lipoli campaign, and in the campaigns of Sinai, France and Belgium. In iiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii'. iiiiiii 1918 he commanded the 2nd Austral ian Division with- the rank of Major General. He was wounded no fewer than five times during the war, and in addition to the C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. and K.C.B., he was awarded the French Croix de Guerre. At tlife 1922 State elections he was returned as one of the Coalition mem bers for Batliurst, ousting the former Labour' member, Mr. Carl Johnson. He took a stron...

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WOOL REPORT "Echo.") SYDNEY, Oct. 8. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Oct. S. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report: Although 110 quotable advance was ' recorded at our sale on Wednesday, the trend of values was generally slightly upwards, occasional lines showing a distinct advance. Compe- i tition was widespread and well sus- | tained, French demand persisting as the mainstay of the market. A spe cial feature, however," was a marked expansion in operations by the Ger- ! man section, with serviceable assist ance from local buyerd. Bradford operators were somewhat more in evidence, but Japanese representatives though apparently anxious to pur chase, were generally outbid by other sections. Taking results of the different clips as a whole, the average per bale and per sheep works out satisfactorily It Is becoming increasingly apparent that it is wise policy not to be over sanguine as regards prices for top lots of average quality brands. Whilst competition is as active as it is at present, acceptance of reasonable best offers for...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

SEND YOUR & SKINS,™ SCHUTE BELL &CDLT TO 44 BRIDGES! SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Oanstituents. j Persona! Attention •To Every Lqt.

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OBITUARY. MR. DUNCAN McRAE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

OBITUARY. MR. DUNCAN McRAE. The death took place at his resid- ence, Clear Hills, Taralga, on Wednes- day last, at 8.30, of Mr. Duncan Mc- Rae at the advanced age of 72 years. His demise removes from our midst the oldest member of the Mc- Rae family. Born at Goulburn 72 years ago he came to Clear Hills with his parents, the late Mr and Mrs. John McRae, over 60 years ago, and has resided there ever since. The Clear Hills home has been al- ways noted for its hospitality and the genial and kindly disposition of our departed friend leaves a gap that shall be very hard to fill. His reminiscenses of the early days of settlement and progress of the district were always entertaining and given in a true and thorough manner were always appreciated by visitors to the home, of which there was always a goodly number. The late Mr. McRae always look a keen interest in the stock of the dis- trict and was recognised as one of the best judges of horse flesh in the locality. He was a keen breeder and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

RABBIT SKINS = - RABBIT SKINS THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO ■ " Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd. .SYDNEY ABE STILL SENDING. RESULTS HAVE PROVED IT; COMPARE OTJR PRICES WITH OTHERS. EXPERT CLASSERS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. FOR SHEARING -— and Other Work SPhis Shearing Plant was designed and built directly as the result of requests from many practical farmers. THE "BIG-GUN" 2-Stand SHEARING PLANT. is "aide-to-order" for the man -who requires an engine of more tha* •nfficient h.p. to drive the two Shearing Machines and Grimder. The 3 B.H.P. Heary Duty Cooper Engine, -which is built into the "Big Gun," may be adapted readily to other farm work, such aa cntting chaff, sawing wood, pumping water, etc. It is simple to operate, aad remarkably low in fuel consumption. s Let us supply you with full particulars. SHEARING DUPLICATES. COOPER, WOLESLEY, LISTER COMBS AND CUTTERS. OAKEY'S EMERY- LE PAGES GLUE. WOLESLEY SHEARING MACHINERY & CYL...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POTATO MARKET. (From a Correspondent). SYDNEY, Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

POTATO MARKET. (Prom a Correspondent). SYDNEY, Oct. 16. As potatoes are still coming in Email quantities from the Soutnern Tablelands it appears that some of the growers are still holding some. This being so it will not come amis to those to have a word on market conditions as they are and prospects ahead. Victorians are arriving in large quantities on account of speculative agents, no less than fifteen trucks from source being in position at Al exandria this morning and another 2000 bags came over by boat, making 5000 bags available all told from Vic toria this week. Earlier in the-week agents got out at some profit, but to day prices paid would not admit of profit showing. The highest price paid Was £15 and the majority of sales were made at under this figure. Most of those potatoes would have been purchased at about £12 to £12 10/- in their home port, and as over head costs come to something about 45/ per ton to land in Sydney no prof it was shown on this morning's sales. Agents,...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Crookwell Tennis Tourney. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

Crookwell Tennis Tourney. . Crookwell's annual open lawn ten nis tournament was held on Thurs day, Friday, Monday and Tuesday last. Play had to be suspended on on Saturday owing to rain. The tourney was a great success. Results in detail:— GENT.'S DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP. Baxter and McDonald beat Wal. Hearne and A. Laver, 6-3, 6-3; Gray Bros, beat Howard and Jolliffe, 6-2, 6-3; Fitzgerald and Keith beat Chud leigh and Parker, 6-4, 6-4; Sieler and Kalms beat Baxter and McDonald, 6-0, 6-2; Hearne and D. Cummins beat T. Cummins and H. Seaman, w.o.; Gray Bros, beat Lewin and C. C. Keith, 6-4, 6-*l; Fitzgerald and Keith, beat Baxter and Laverty, 6-1, 7-5; Sieler and Kalms beat H. Hearne and D. Cum mins, 6-2, 7-5; Fitzgerald and Keith beat Gray, Bros. 6-3, 6-1. Final: Kalms and Sieler beat Fitz. gerald and Keith, 6-1, 6.2. GENT.'S SINGLES CHAMPION SHIP. Kalms beat S. A. Laver, 6-1, 6-4; A: J. Walker beat A. R. Jones, 6-1, 5-7, 6-2; Kalms beat W. E. Parker, 6-0, 6-2; H. Hearne beat C. C. Keit...

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(Published by Arrangement.) THE FLASK GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

(Published by. Arrangement.)*; THE FLASK GIRLS, ' v. In-an article in the New York-i "World," headed "Prohibition as Jt; . IS." the writer says:— ■ "Take the American small town. In their dances, parties and social func tions I have seen' the young- bloods flaunt the universal flask with all, the sane-fi'o!d and symbolic gesture that one will find in New York or Chicago. "And the young women I. found were quite amenable to tossing it down, with as much gusto as . their es corts. Their philosophy of tlie whole - thing see.med. .to be that Prohibition laws were alright .if liot taken serious ly. "It- is. significant that those I found! most in favour "of Prohibition were the merchant and capitalist classed. No beer means less fun and less .leis ure for the working man; ergo-- nice' work." ■■■■

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