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Historical,Day for Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

Historical. Day for Goulburn. As our gallant boys put Australia on the map of the World on that me morable morning of the 25th April, so will Goulburn be placed on the map on Tuesday next, 15th December, when His Excellency Sir Dudley de Chair will unveil the Soldiers' Mem orial erected by the citizens on Rocky Hill, a rugged eminence 500 feet high overlooking the city. This spot, provided by nature, is unequalled anywhere in Australia as a site for a soldiers' memorial. Sit uated aB it is, towering SO feet above the hill, it iB acknowledged by archi tects and people of extensive travel to be the grandest of its kind in the world. The structure conforms with its surroundings and symbolises the strength and endurance of the Aus tralian soldiers. The War Memorial Committee have arranged parking space for all motor cars under police control at a nominal fee of 2/-, tickets for which can be obtained at the entrance of the Mem orial road. Those desirous of reserv ing space can do so on a...

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

GOULBURN, N.S.W. Thurs. Next, Dec. 17,1925 at 2 O'CLOCK SHARP. W. H. VVHEATLEY'S Special Sale. 20,000 HIGH-CLASS SHEEP 20,000 INCLUDING CONSIGNMENTS from some of the Best known Southern Properties, Direct from Breeders. 1000 MERINO WETHER8, 11 years old, shorn early August, one ear mark, from Caragabal Station, for Mr. A. C. Gibson, Tiranna. These wethers are up to the usual standard of Caragabal sheep, and are well-grown and in great condition. 1000 MERINO WETHERS, 1 year off, one mark, for Mr. A. C. Gibson, and bred on his Tiranna proper, ty from Caragabal ewes. 1600 MERINO WETHERS, 1 year off 400 MERINO WETHERS, 3 years old 250 MERINO EWES, 2 years old for the Trustees late A. B. Chisholm, Lerida. These sheep are Pure Springfield Blood, in splendid condition, and no better woolgrowers are bred in N.S. Wales. 900 FINE COMEBACK EWES, 1 year old off, for Mr. A. L. Chapman, Lumley Park. These are Station Bred, one mark, the tops of 1200—hand shorn first week in October and excellent ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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MYRTLEVILLE GARDEN FETE. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

MYRTLEVILLE i GARDEN FETE. (From Our Correspondent). The garden fete was held at Myrtle -ville School on Saturday,'5th Decem ber. The day was an ideal one. Thia was pleasant indeed, as the ' school's annual day picnic in March last was marred by wet weather: Arrangements of erecting stalls were made by a few of the local res idents a few days previously Soon after 9.30 visitors began to ar rive and kept streaming in the gate By 1 p.m a fair crowd had come along. Social arrangements of providing lunch were in the hands of the ladies of Myrtleville. ■ The stalls were as follows: Re freshments, ice cream, soft drinks, i lollies and fancy stall. ' Luncheon and afternoon tea was provided at the cost of 1/-. Soon after 1.30 the Band came from Taralga and provided entertainment during the whole of the afternoon. This was indeed appreciated by the people. TENNIS TOURNAMENT. The tennis tournament passed off well. Play was continued during the whole of the day and terminated at 6.30 p.m. Some...

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Radio Programmes. THIS WEEK'S FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

Radio Programmes. THIS WEEK'S FEATURES. ' Following are the principal items of the programmes of the Sydney broadcasting companies for the en ■suing week:— 2 FC (FARMERS)—1100 METRES. Saturday, Dec. 12: Victoria Park races described from course; Fred ■ Bluett, 9.10 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13: St. Mark's, Pitt street, 11 a.m.; Congregational,' 7 p.m.; "The Messiah," 3 p.m.; Leich hardt Band, S.30 p.m. " . Monday, Dec. 14: Hayniarket Thea tre..8 p.m.; Metropolitan Band. Tuesday. Dec. 15: Royal Sydney Apollo Concert, S u.m. ' Wednesday, Dec. 10: Lyric Winter Garden, 0.45 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17: Royal Sydney Apollo Concert, 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19: "The Messiah." 2 BL (BROADCASTERS)—353 Metres Saturday, Dec. 112: Dungowan Mod ern Dance Band, Manly, 10 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13; Chalmers . Street Presbyterian Church service 11'a.m.,' organ recital 3.30 p.ni; lecture l'rom ■ King's Hall, 7.30 tun.: Leslie McCnl lum (baritone), 9.15 p.m. Monday, Dec. 14: Ambassadors' Or chostra. > Tuesday, Dec. 1...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd.: SYDNEY, Dec. 3 [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd.: SYDNEY, Dec. 3 For ou rsale to-day we submitted a catalogue of 8040 bales. Although the selection included a fair proportion of clips infested with trefoil and several more or less ear thy lines, the 'display on the* whole was more attractive than former cat alogues, ana apart from, some good clips of free wool from the "West buy ers had an opportunity of inspecting bright free wool from the Tablelands North and South. Compared with our sale a week ago bidding was more general and more spirited, and being our last sale be fore the Christmas recess all sections appeared more anxious to operate. ' Values for fine free wool were very firm with a tendency to favor sellers. Burry fleece and skirtings and wool of doubtful yield held their ground fairly well and met with more general support. Crossbreds met with strong support and values were unchanged. By auction and privately since our last sale we have disposed of 8988 bales, bringing o...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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GLEANINGS FROM NEAR Fourth Senator Elected. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

llllllllllillillllllllllllllWIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllll GLEANINGS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill FROM NEAR AND FAR :: lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Fourth Senator Elected. MR. JOSIAH THOMAS haI been elected the fourth Senator for New South Wales. It looks a sure thing for Mr. Abbott to fill the fifth and last vacancy for this State. A Close Call. npwo BOYS who were bathing in a baBin at Wickham on Sunday narrowly escaped being taken by a 9ft. shark. The boys saw the shadow of the monster in the water, when a dog jumped in after it to be immed iately dragged down by the shark. A bait was laid and several hours later the shark took it and was hauled ashore. Loan Money. TJR. CARLE PAGE, Federal Treas urer, made a statement on Mon day that the Loan Council has decid ed to issue immediately a loan of £5,100,000 at par. New South Wales, not being a party to the Loans Coun cil, will not participa...

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FAT STOCK, Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: SYDNEY, Dec. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

FAT STOCK, Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: SYDNEY, Dec. 4. Cattle.—3200 head, yarded, aggregat ing 6000 for the -week, several hund red Queenslanderp being included. The yarding, while mainly comprising medium to plain descriptions, includ ed a fair representation of useful trade beef and a moderate representation of good to prime. All sections of the trade operated, and under free com petition late rates were fully sustain ed, excepting for heavy weights, which were a shade easier. Sheep and La"nbs.—34,000 penned, aggregating 70,000 for tell week, good to prime descriptions in both merinos and crossbreds preponderating. The usual buyers were in the market, which opened about on a par with the best part of last day, and allowing for an occasional advance of any thing up to 1/- per head on prime wethers, there was no material change on the day. Prime Beef.—Choice light strs abt 44/- per lOOlbs; prime med weight beef abt 40/- per lOOlbs; prime hvv beef abt 37/ per lOOlbs; p...

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RADIO-ISMS LINKING THE OUTBACK. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

RADIO-ISMS LINKING THE OUTBACK. Proof that radio has helped to bridge the distance between country centres and the metropolia was forth7 ;oming when the party accompanying the Judges in the wheat-growing com petition in the north-west of New South Wales sat down to lunch at Matappa and listened in to the first instalment of the afternoon broad casting programme. Mr. Colin Mc Williams, the owner .of the set, is a tvirelesB enthusiast. He uses the ra rlio to receive weather forecasts, mar ket prices, and he has already picked up messages from many parts of the ivorld, including Pittsburgh (U.S.A.) He has just purchased a portable set to keep himself in touch with the news of the world when mustering. RADIO AND SCRAP HEAP. "There is a radio set 3n the hut of a bore drain caretaker, near Garrah," writes a Moree wireless "fan" to Mr Alan Burrows,, of Sydney. "It is a five-valve set and is placed in a tin humpy built on the ground. The aer ial is hooked on to two belah sticks, tied up on ...

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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

HERE AND THERE Mr. Bob Baker, proprietor of the Gosford "Times" and' past president of the N.S.W. Country Press Associa- tion, died at the Lewisham Hospital on Saturday last at the age of 51 years. • . * » Bob formerly owned the Molong "Argus" ■ aud Peak Hili "Times"' pri or to acquiring the Gosford ''Times" 18 years agol His lamentable death removes a familidr figure in country journalism, a "man who knew how to produce a readable and breezy news^ sheet. , A big bid for industrial peace throughout Australia, by control of sectional strikes, has been made by the conference o£ Transport Unions held recently in Melbourne. The conference has recommended the formation of one big union of the transport groups embracing more than 150,000 unionists. At a largely attended public meet ing held at Moss Vale a resolution was unanimously carried urging the Government to give effect to an Act if Parliament authorising the con- traction pf the Moss Vale-Port Kem- la railway. " » • • The construct...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

JOY BELLS. ALDERS—CORDINGLY. At St. Luke's Church of England, Taralga, recently, Miss (Nurse) Cor- dingly, who has been resident in Tar- alga for some considerable time, was united in matrimony to Mr. Wallace Alders, youngest son of the late Mr. James Alders, of Bannaby. There was a large gathering of friends and relatives present. Their future home will be at Ban- naby.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

Death of Mr. R. J. Baker.   TRIBUTE TO A FELLOW CRAFTSMAN. The lamentable death occurred on Saturday, at a private hospital at Lewisham, of Mr. Robert J. Baker, proprietor of the Gosford "Times." The provincial press of N.S.W. is the poorer by the sad happening. The late Mr. Baker was one of the stalwarts of the Country Press of New South Wales. Born at the little centre of Emmaville, he served his time in the local office, subsequently engaging with Dr. Ross, a parliamen- tarian of the time, and owner of the Molong "Argus." Mr. Baker acquired the Moloug "Argus," which he success- fully conducted for ten years, selling out to Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.L.A. Mr. Baker then purchased the Peak Hill "Express,''' which he disposed of to the late Mr. McIntyre. He came to Gosford in 1909 and ne- gotiated for the purchase of the old established Gosford "Times" news   paper, then owned by Alf Higgs and Phil Holdsworth. Mr. Baker suc- ceeded in purchasing the intere...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 12 December 1925

MARMONT—WHITE. A wedding took place at the Angli- can Church, Laggan, on Wednesday last, .9th inst., when Mrs. White, wid- ow of the late Mr. Hugh White, was joined in the bonds of matrimony to James, eldest son of Mrs. Selina Marmont, of Bolong River, Golspie. The Rev. P. Bramble, of Taralga, officiated. Their future home will be at Lag-   gan.

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

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

TARALGA A., P, & H. SOCIETY. Home Milking Contest FOR COWS Giving the Greatest Quantity of Commercial Butter over a period of 14 Hours. Open to any Supplier to the TaraU ga Dairy Coy. Ltd., or to non-sup pliers who are within 12 miles of Taralga by road. Period of Test: 1st January to 22nd ' . February, 1926, inclusive. Prizes: £5/5/.; £2/2/.; and £1 1/.. Conditions governing' Test may. be seen at Taralga Butter Faetory or at Bank of New-South Wales, Taralga. H. !. ALLNUTT, v Hon. Secy, to Test Stewards.

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925

GENERAL. Surveyor Fitzgerald lias been en gaged during the week doing part of the subdivision ol the Clifton Estate property, known as the Commercial Hotel, this portion having been sold to Mrs. Hartley, of Roseberry, who intends to remodel same and use as a private residence. The above sale was at a very satisfactory figure, anil for cash. The remaining portions will be subdivided and will shortly be for sals in building blocks, of which there will be at least five with a frontage ■ to Orchard-street immediately oppo site the Bank of N.S.W., and will be worth while for speculators as well as home seekers to interest them selves in, as the property is in ab solutely the most favourable position in the town. Fuller particulars will shortly be available.

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Annual Concert. ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, TARALGA [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925

Annual Concert. ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, TARALGA The annual concert prior to the Christmas vacation was held during the week and was a pronounced suc cess from a musical and vocal stand point, the pupils showing that extra care and attention had bee nbestow ;ed in their training. Quite a repre sentative gathering of parennts and friends were in attendance. • , The accompaniments played for .each selection by Dorrie Marmout. quite a tiny tot, on the violin, as weli as two extras given, were in them selves quite a treat and reflected credit on the teachers as well as the pupil, for no finer renditions could be expected. Particularly noticeable were the choruses by the junior pupils, which were far ahead of what is usually ex pected from ones so young. • - After the entertainment the usual picnic provided by the parents and the distribution of prizes took place.

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BANNABY. RIFLE SHOOTING. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925

BANNABY RIFLE SHOOTtNG. (Prom a Correspondent.) . The Taralga Rifle Club sent a team of six men to the Bannaby range on Sunday afternoon last. Although the weather was threatening the rain held off and a pleasant afternoon's shooting was enjoyed. The visitors were all seasoned rifle- : men, whose helpful bints and sugrgea- f . tions were appreciated by the local £ men. I Shooting was carried out on the 50(1 1 and 600 yards range with eight shots and two sighters per man. . • Afternoon tea was served on the. range by the ladies. Ccores were as follows ! Taralga. 500 600 G. Goodhew 34 32 L. Goodhew .. .. .. .. 35. 29 H. Whiting .. .. . . . . 36 s 31 C. Mooney 33 36 H. Twynam (Capt.) .. . 36 36 C. Goodhew 32 30 Total, . 400. • ■ •• V .* . Bannaby. 500 600 R. Armstrong (Capt) .. 28 27 J. J. Cameron 24 25 , A. Whipp : .. 30 2S M. Loader . i ■ , 32 • 22 1 C. J. Connor .. .. .. 18 23 W. T. Whipp 2S 21 1 Total. 306. Other Riflemen. 600 L. Krelle 21 M. Menzies 16 E. Emmerton 16 Z5, A return ...

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

FOR ALL YOUR JOB PRINTING The "Echo" Offers The Best Service. LET US GIVE YOU A QUOTE. R. J. WINNING & SON, Proprietors. 'Tel. 72. Crookwell.

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SHEARERS' DANCE FOR HOSPITAL FUNDS. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925

SHEARERS' DANCE FOR HOSPITAL FUNDS. (Contributed). ' S'i? A dance given by the shearers art shed hands at the cutiout of Messrs Hillas and Jamieson's shearing on December 5th, although only three days' notice was given, .resulted in a cheque being sent to Goulburn District Hospital for £14. The local residents turned up iu force, also those from surrounding districts. Over fifty couples attended. Much credit is due to the contractor. Mr.. Cochron. and his men, also the secretary, Mr. R. .1. Clack, for the way they worked to make it a cess.

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

GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). X 1 Things are moving so quietly here: that there is little to report in the way of news. The weather has been very change able, the thermometer for a couple of days hovering close to the century mark, and later fallin gconsiderably. On Saturday and Sunday refreshing showers fell, though somewhat patchy, and 66 points were recorded at the local gauge. Airs. James Home has recovered sufficiently to leave the Crookwell Hospital. The sale is reported of the well known property of Mr. David Toole; "Willow Vale;" the purchaser being Mr. Thomas Seaman, of Hadley. The local Progress Committee, at a recent meeting, dischssed the ques tion of lodging a protest against the leasing of the travelling stock re serve at the Bolong River. The local Hall Committee is enter ing into negotiations with Messrs. Keough Bros, for the lease or pur chase of half an acre of land in addi tion to the block on which the build ing is situated. The acquisition of this will add c...

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