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FAT STOCK, Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report SYDNEY, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

FAT STQCK, Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report SYDNEY.' Nov. '25 Cattle.—2900 head yarded, aggre gating 5,500 for the week, several hundred Queenslanders being included In point of 'quality the yarding was somewhat of an improvement com pared with recent standard. Market.' opened to a full attendance .at im proved rates, advancing as sales pro gressee 10/- to 20/- per head and >> some cases more, and closing strong at the improved level. It was the best market experienced for some little time past. Sheep and Lambs,—40,700 head pen ned .aggregating 79,700 for the week, consisting principally* of good to prime descriptions in both merinos and xbreds. All sections of the tra.de were in the market, which opened weaker, further declining as Bales progressed and closing 1/- to 2/- be low laBt day's average rulings, ew'1 and plain lambs suffering most. Prime Beef.—Choice light steers abt 44/- per lOOlbs.; jprime medium weight beef abt 40/- per lOOlbs; prime heavy beef abt 37/6 ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

rHEN you decide to instal a Windmill, it will be greatly to your ad vantage to haoe the pump, pipes and connexions property fixed by us. We supply Windmills com plete in any desired size and are experts in all kinds of Plumbing and Jromborking." M. A. GROVE "Duplicate Ho use" Phone 78 CROOKWELL fBaJUWH— RIDGE CAPPING, 3/-. GUTTERING, 2/ . DOWN PIPE, 2/-. BRACKETS, 3/6 doss. SPRING HEADS, 1Mb. VENUS BENZINE, 18/- case. VENUS KEROSENE, 14/3u;ase. SEMI ROTARY PUMPS. DOUGLAS PUMPS. GALVANISED WATER PIPING. GARDEN HOSE SPRAYERS AND SPRINKLERS. PARTS IN STOCK FOR ALL MAKES OF SEPARATORS. PARTS FOR GLORIA, K NIGH FLIGHT, AND ALADDIN LAMPS. 'ifr Tljp Recognised Place for ^11 Spares. DULICATE HOUSE, Phope 78, CROOKWELL. I TTT S. A. BURNS, ^ TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street GOULBUR.N. Telephone 412. iiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimimiimiHiiimmiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii Successful Salesmanship far 111) Siinimar, During the Hot Summer Months larger suppl...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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(Published by Arrangement). "AN ABOMINATION". [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

(Published by Arrangement). "AN ABOiy|INATIQN." "The most scathing denunciation of Prohibition' made by' any pujjlic mat I was heard In the United States Sen- i ate," writes the Washington correa- 1 pondent of the "Morning Post" (Lon- | don), "when Mr. Bruce, one of -the ' leading men on the Democratic side, asserted that Senators came on the floor drunk and voted for whatever legislation the Anti-Saloon League demanded. "The Prohibition Enforcement Act," he said, "was an abomination and un enforceable. It has not the moral sanction of the nation, and instead of decreasing drunkenness, it largely in creased it. Arrests l'or drunkenness in all large cities had steadily risen since the passage of the law, as also had the number of deaths from alco holism. "The Act had led to general disre gard of the law. Juries sworn to do their duty and bring in a verdict bas ed on evidence refused to convict be cause they did not consider moderate drinking a crime. "Judges after sending men to pris...

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

uOLDSBROUGH, MORTl CO. Ltd., SYDNEY WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT 8T0GK SALESMEN STOCK &' STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Wrlf fr WAYBIU-8. LABI18 and MARKET REPORTS. K tie I. OUDMORE, gaanagsr. OHA8. HOPE, Asst. Manager.

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Hospital Gifts. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

Hospital Gifts. A TEA PARTY was given to about thirty children in the Crookwell Park on Saturday afternoon. Each child brought a gift which was do nated for the children inmates of the local Cottage Hospital. A nice as sortment of gifts was received, which will gladden the hearts of the chil dren unfortunate enough to be in mates of the institution at Xmas and future periods. The gifts have been handed to the Matron of the Hospital for distribution to the children as oc casion warrants.

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Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

Sydney Wool Sale?. The Secretary o£ the Farmers and Graziers' Co-operative Co. reports':— The catalogue submitted at our last sale, while representative of prac tically all woolgrowing districts in the State, comprised for the most part an average selection of wools, most of which carried more or less burr and dust. There were a few attractive clips from the Barraba and Upper Hunter districts, which opened up showing well-grown staple, fine qual ity, and lightness in condition. Competition was general and fair ly well-sustained, but there was not the vim in the bidding that was a fea ture of the sales early in November. While the French buyers are still operating extensively, they are not in the limelight to the same degree as they were. ■ Their bidding is more restrained, and this no doubt is due to the disturbed conditions of the country politically. The other Continental sections continue their activity, and good sup port is forthcoming from Yorkshire and Japan. American competit...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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The Sandy creek Shearing Shed. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

The Sandy ©reek Shear ing Shed, This Sandy Creek is a shearing shed, Tho' you'd hardly credit the fact, Where the rain comes in at the shingle root And the machinery refuses to act. There are shearers and bosses and rouseabouts. And the "Cook" it would be hard to beat; Au expert, wool rollers, and pressors. The whole blessed outfit complete. The "boss" is a decent sort of a bloke; Keep things pretty well up-to-dick; Puts in the days parading the boaTd, Swinging a blooming stick. The expert's m love with a pretty young girl; .Of course, he's not really to blame; ■: But the way that he flirts with other * girla ; Would put even Cupid to shame. The shearers all told are a pretty, / rough lot;' ■ - All suffer from a chronic thirst. And when they get a really good chance They say "Tiny Guest" is the worst. : We've heard of the phonograph being ' so bad; The radio beats that, you know, ' So we're in the fashion with ' oui* , "radio'.'— I Known to all comers as "Joe." Our two "picfter-ups,...

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THE FORD CAR AND ITS OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

THE FORD CAR - AND ITS OPERATION. T4ie'simplicity of the Ford car and the easiness with wh'ch it is operated,, renders an intimate knowledge of me chanical technicalities unnecessary tor its operation. A further fact is that throughout Australia 2000 Ford service stations carrying a stock of genuine Ford parts and housing Ford men, assures the Ford owner of ex pert advice and attention. But while it is not imperative, it is, however, altdgether desirable that every Ford owner should thoroughly understand his car. With such know ledge at his commaud, he is always master of the situation—he will main tain his car more economically—pro long its usefulness—and he will also derive more pleasure from it, for it is a truism that the more one knows about a thing the more one enjoys it* The mystery o£ a thorough know ledge o£ Ford construction is by no means a difficult or time-consuming task. The Ford is the simplest car made. It is easy to understand, and is not difficult to keep in proper...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. tfYUR stocks of these are now complete . and we.quote a few lines which will stand comparison. 38in DRESS LINENS in Lemon, Mauve, Fawn, Reseda, Sky. Pink, Vieux Rose, White,'Cinnamon, Saxe, 2/11 yd. 29in FUJI SILK in Navy, Cinnamon, Sky, Mastic and Powder, 4/3 yd. 33in ASSORTED STRIPED FUJI-DE-LUXE, Natural and Dark grounds, 3/9 yd. 36in LINENE, Reseda, Saxe, Navy 1/9 yd. 30in BEST QUALITY JAP. CREPES in all shades, 1/. per yd. (Also British CrepeB). 38in STRIPED CREPES 1/11 yd. ZEPHYRS AND GINGHAMS, a Bplendid range of patterns from 11 d Jrci. 38in PLAIN AND FLORAL VOILES in latest shades and patterns, from 1/11 yd. . 40in CREPE-DE-CHINE (Extra Heavy Quality) in Black, Navy, Sky, Shell, "White, Champagne, Powder, Cocoa, Mauve, Royal, Cinna mon and Tomato, from 9/11 yd. Also Grey and Champagne Marocain, 10/6 yd. A fine range of DRESS LENGTHS in STRIPED FUJI, Natural and Dark grounds, Art Silk and Cotton Georgettes, from 15/6 per length. LADY'S ,FROCKS in Str...

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

NOTICE. fPHB Goulburn Ca£e, 153 Auburn A Street (next Goulburn Co-op. So ciety) Is • now being conducted by Poulos & Co. on modern lines. goulburn'S leading cafe Whore Biz Hums. First-class Menu. Meals at all Hours All the latest in Cool Summer Drinks, Fruit, Confectionery and Refreshments. The Very BeBt Cooked Provisions and Fresh Fish Daily. Civility and the beet of everything. Be sure to give us a call. Phone 615. poulos & co. Goulburn Friday, 8th January, 1926 At 11 o'clock. W. H. Wheatley Will Sell by Auction 4T THE CROOKWELL YARDS On Above Date: 300. Mixed Sheep ALSO 25 Head Mixed Cattle Athletic Sports Redbank Recre ation Ground BOXINGDAY iQ2<; (Proceeds aid Hall Fund). Prize. OPENING HANDICAP, 80 yds .. £2 10 0 REDBANK HANDICAP, 100 yds 5 0 0 RACE for Unplaced Run ners, 75yds ...... £1 10 0 PINAL HANDICAP, 75 yds •• .. £2 0 0 GENT.'S HIGH JUMP .. £1 1 0 PILLOW FIGHT 10 0 OLD BUFFERS' RACE, 50 years and over .. .. ' 10 6 NUMEROUS OTHER EVENTS. GRAND...

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The [?]Echo. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. ALTERATIONS TO RICHLANDS HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

fealp, &Ij0. | I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. I ALTERATIONS TO RICHLANDS HOTEL. , Workmen are now engaged making alterations to the existing bar which is going to be considerably enlarged, and when completed will be 011 quite up-to-date lines as well as being large and roomy. The work of renovation is expected to take quite another week before completion. Patrons of thiB well-known hotel will find every comfort and convenience during the Christmas vacation, as the present proprietor is sparing nothing in order . to cater for his customers.

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GOSPEL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

GOSPEL SERVICE. s ' The. Rev. J. Vardre James, Presby : terian Minister, will conduct u popu lar Gospel Service at tlie Federal Hall, Taralga, next Sunday night, De cember 13th, at 7.30. During the ser , vice a solo will be rendered. /.'This is the first of a series of monthly services the rev. gentleman proposes to conduct.

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Taralga Co-op Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

^ • Taralga Co'op. Dairy % ;,v Company. ' The usual monthly meeting of di rectors o£ the above company was 'held at the Company's office on Wednesday. The amount or butter manufactur ' ed for the month of November was slightly over 41,0001bs. and. suppliers are being paid on a basis of 3/5 per lb for choice butter. Supplies are at present a little higher than at any period during this year, and it is quite expected that . there will be a considerable increase during the present month as the wea ther during the past ten weeks has been all that could be desired from the dairyman's point of view.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

■ TENNIS." On Sunday last members of "Thhe Pines" Tennis Club, Taralga, journey ed, to Roslyn and again suffered de feat at the hands of the Roslyn team by a very decent margin. Owing to the actual scores being unavailable we cannot give a detailed report. At the Myrtleville courts on Satur day last, where the handicap tourna ment was played, quite a surprise packet was sprung on a good many players by the wonderful game played by Miss Capon and Mr. H. H. Ken nedy, who, handicapped 20 points be hind scratch and not arriving on the ground until the afternoon, won both their sets as drawn and had again to play off for the final, and considering that 80 strokes had to be won each time the performance was a most creditable one and stamps this young lady as one, if not the, best players in the southern districts.

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Slightly Mixed. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

Slightly Mixed. I went into a restaurant for some thing to eat, and the waiter placed a plate of soup on the table. "It looks like rain," says he, friendly like. "But it tastes like carbolic acid," says I. Anyway I finished it. ■ "Bring me some fish, waiter!" "Alright," says he; and when he placed it on the table I smelt it and said "This fish is not as fresh as what I had here three weeks ago." "That's a funny thing," says' he, "it's a piece o ffthe same fish." 1 returned it. "Bring me two hard boiled eggs, and don't get1 l'resh," says I. When he brought them in I open ed one of them, and the waiter said, "Will 1 open the other one?" "No," says I; "open the window!" "Are they not cooked long enough?" says he. "Yes," says I, "but not soon enough. • Bring me a rump steak, and get a run on."' When he returned I tried to cut it, but It was a sight too hard. I says, "Can you change it to a ham sandwich?" "I'm no sleight-of-hand performer," says he. '"Here, waiter," says I, "pass the mus...

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School Festivities. ANNUAL BREAK FOR XMAS HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

School Festivities: ANNUAL BREAK F.OR XMAS Jf Hp LI DAYg. ' The annual picnic organised by the popular teacher of Wombeyan SchooJ will take place on the grounds en Saturday, and as usual a great many residents are looking forward £0 same, which has been the custom for years, and a hearty invitation is ex tended to everyone'to be present. '1 The usual day's sport will take place, and as well as the children be ing catered "for a varied programme for all will be* submitted- Members ■ of Taraiga Town and District Band will be in attendance, when a var ied programme will be' discoursed,: this being provided for the parents, so that everyone will find their day's outing pleasant.

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

-r Everyone of our is now simply teeming with Speqial Christmas Good No matter what you want WE'VE GOT IT AT THE BEST QUALITIES AT UN BEATABLE PRICES. If you can't shop personally ask 'us to send you Price Lists of anything and every thing in which you're interest ed. We'll do so with pleasure, and it means better goods for less. ~ Hf | i Shopping Early! BECAUSE You can do it more comfortably and leisurely. BECAUSE ' You'll ■ avoid the inevitable, twelfth hour bustle and rush. BECAUSE The earlier you buy., the bigger the ranges from which to select. Mail Order Customers " ■ - are specially advised to Shop Early. We'll do' our part whenever your order reaches us, but at Christmas time there's always the danger of delay on the railways, or in the post. Don't risk disappointment or inconvenience. SHOP EARLY. Christmas Groceries and Specialities. OUR Grocery Department is liow a veritable storehouse of all ■ good things. . New—Fresh-fGenuinely Cheap. If you're not a personal buyer— GET ...

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

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(Published by Arrangement.) MURDEROUS MADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) MURDEROUS MADNESS. "Referring to a statement of the Chicago 'Tribune' that that city is 'the most murderous in the world, and we have 110 excuse for it,' the Kigh.t Hon. G. F. G. Masterton com ments in the Nottingham (Eng.) 'Journal and Express' that 'the ex cuse appears to be the Prohibition laws. Ineffective efforts are made to enforce this strange expression o£ freedom and all such attempts fail. More intoxicating liquor is being poured into America than has ever been imported before, and more is drunk, especially by the young men and women, than in the days before it was forbidden. '"What is the meaning of all rhis madness? Simply this: that the wo men of America have decided that the ■ men shall not drink alcoholic liquor, that for better or worse thn men of America have decided that .there iB no crime in drinking alcohol |ie liquor. • • 1 'Denn Inge, who has just returned, tells us they are initiating fresh 'drives.' 'A tobacco drive,' prohibit ing ...

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THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IN DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IN DECEMBER. Vegetable Seeds.—Sow celery, cress, 1 mustard, kohl rabi, lettuce, peaB (ear ly and late varieties), spinach (round) potatoes (late sorts), radish, turnip, French beans (early varieties). Flower Steds.—Sow cineraria, cal ceolaria and primula, and other green- 1 house varieties. Paneies may be sown under, cover for early autumn i planting. I Miscellaneous.—Continue planting dahlias. Plant out celery, cabbage and cauliflower (seasonable varieties) also seasonable bedding plants. Con- , tinue\to sow maize for fodder, if weather favorable. I

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