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GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). WEATHERR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). WEATHERR. Since my laBt notes splendid rains have fallen. During the previous fall 240 ■ points were registered. Rain again started on Monday afternoon and 35 points fell. ' g SOCIAL. A social in aid of Miss Cartwright, in the local Queen Competition, was held in the hall on-Friday evening, and was very successful, a sum of over £112 being netted. Music was vided by Misss Watson Mr. Reg Crgjofr, and Mr. Pinlayson and Mr. J. Manient The positon of M.C. was filled B. V. Lawler, supper was provided t>5! the ladies of the district and the even ing was a very pleasant one QUEEN COMPETITlOf The closing function will be held In the local hall on the 28th January when there will be a social and_presentation to the young can^^tSs;ftwha^haye worked so hard andtsuec invitation has beem^tenfto ihe Presi dent A. J. Mclnnes/anaiCrpokwell Shire . Councillors ,to>atteffii:;during the even ing. GuessingJ.pciinpetititns. The fat sheep presented by Mr. Victor Ch...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

TARALGA J SHOW BOOTHS. A CTING under instructions A Taralga A., P. and H. Association^ Chas. S.V Bradbury .-tHll sell by 'ajio;: tion, at. Federal, Hall, Taralga,v'ciri; Monday, 31st\Jariuary, at 1.30 p.m.i Sole Rights of the following No. 1, Publican's Booth .forj fp'irth coming Show, 17th-18th S^rch.^:>jj No.i 2. Committee. Stewaitia^aaiiil Eu^ljfeLuncheon Booths:*. |^${|p3^Fru'it and Soft^rta^s Booth. "^/"NotC'Date: January ""31st, n , j. wMely, EXCELSIOR BREAD FACTORY, CROOKWHLL. By the Introduction of the Most Up-to-date Machinery I am now able to cope with all orders from the town and district Machine-kneaded Dough ensures Absolute Cleanliness. Carts Deliver to All Parts of the District. J. WAKELY. [Excelsior Bread Factory, . 'Phone 84. : OBOOKWHLL. I . ;

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Struck a Cyclist. Constable Convicted. "Lost His Temper." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

Struck a Cyclist. .. Constable Convicted. "Lost His Temper." •b Constable A. V. Larsen, o£ the mot ftr-cyele section of the' traffic police, was'convicted by Mr. A. .R. Perry at the Central Summons Court yesterday on., an information of unlawful as sault, laid by Michael Leahy. Leahy stated that he was riding a motor-cycle and sidecar on December 12 when he was pulled up for a breach of the traffic regulations by the- defendant. While speaking to him the constable struck him a blow; on the face as a result of which-life had to obtain medical treatment When witness remonstrated ,the con stable said, "You didn't expect me to kiss you, did you?" Defendant then threatened to arrest complain-' ant and a lady companion. The constable denied the assault; but said he pushed and shook Leahy, because he thought he might get away. In convicting defendant, Mr. Perry said it had been most unpleasant for him to preside in such a case, but afte rweighing the evidence he had come to the conclusion ...

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CRICKET CROOKWELL v. KENMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

CRICKET ; CROOKWELL v. KENMORE. i On' Saturday last a team from Cro'okwell visited Kenmore', where they-were given a feast of leather hunting, most • of the visitors being strange to, and not by any means at home on, the turf wicket.' Kenmorft won by 129 runs. <\ Scores:— M. 21 w. i6 h. 20 C. Plumb -.. ... 40 S. aMnrnk^^webBter, b Plumb ' 7 HvflW c Churchill, b Hall' 11 not out .. 15 * 7 259 okwell. "W.JSKtSlfe, ^Mephens, b Box-' " " 9 Brown ..' ..-,30 ^-6HR.oxburgh ..v:.. 18 arlier, how, b Brown ...... • .8 J^'HajjkJb Roxburgh .. .-. ■ ... . 9 $.:;piarKei; b Brown ' 4 fet-sPlumb, how, b Brown .. .... 1 A.''^ebster, b Roxgurgh «. .. .; 20 C. ^Churchill, how, b Handley . 26 C. liornton, b Brown 2 jJR^Marks, not out .....'. .. . 0 Sundries .. .. 1. .. 3 Total 130,

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(Published by Arrangement.) WOMEN'S PARTY INDIGNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

' (Published by Arrangement.) WOMEN'S PARTY INDIGNANT. "Finland is the only Scandinaviai/:' country that is supposed' pletelydteyfMna^ R.. Witt# :';i in the/"World" ' (New York)', "but Projsoition is everything but " a suc-^ ts's there. The * bellhop, the hotel irter ,or the waiter in the reataur it-offers to supply you with any lantity and any kind of liquor at ; , reasonable prices. ' • \ = "The Prohibition law is being \ioi •' lated so -flagrantly in the bis cities o£ Finland that the Women's' Party ; wants to have it repealed, because^ 'it conspires 'only disrespect for tiv |'' law without attaining-its real —temperance/ ' ''"t'ii'i" "Finland to the happy huntC^.' .■ ground of the Esthonian booties;,''1""-- .. as any one ot the thousand'-Ait',.y> ■>' . lands oil the Finnish coast y reached from wet Esthonia ' tween two and three $ hours, swift, moto^ boat can make, twj^^/y a night." ; . . vV^sgl-U^' :■ ;•:!j .-m

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"B" GROUP POINT TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

"B" GROUP POINT TABLE, j Deep Creek Binda Hadley Kempton

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

Invite Inspection of their Large and varied Stock of Household Requirement % * ■ Z;/■ A |]J^ in alHDepartments, which they are seeing at pric% 'l* j&r "within the reach of. jj>$ / \i • V*>.V »*- , ■/. "/" . . j t J; "r-jdr' -•*" :" * V' ^ ~ 5^ *' 'i' • F?nesh Groceries .at^feedrock Prices. s* 4 > V TBMYALUE &,SERVICE STORES, GENERAL IMPORTERS .. 'PHO.NE 5 :: TARAL.GA \fHO;NE 5

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HADLEY v. KEMPTON. Won by Hadley by 72 rns. Scores:—Hadley. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

HADLEY v. KEMPTON. Wton by Hadley by 72 rns. Scores:— J® ^ifwadleySSfe H. J. SeamattPfj|^c|W .... M' A. Craig, c McGaiv, b jit, Gaul ) i V. Francis, c Cartwright, b J: D. <' McGaw '>.. 38 R. Allport, b T. McGaw . . • 0 A. Seaman, c P. Cartwright, b T. McGaw 25 C. Francis, b T. McGaw 0 J. Sharwood, lbw, b J. D. McGaw 48 R. Croker, lbw, b L. Gaul .... 2 W. Blowae, no tout 1 F. Smith, b J. D. McGaw .... 3 C. Croker, absent ■ 0 Sundries 11 Total ..153 Bowling: T. McGaw 4 for 47, L. Gaul 2 for 39, F. Cartwright 0 for 34, J. D. McGaw 3 for 28. ■ Kempton. F. Cartwright, lbw, b J. Shar wood 2 Jack McGaw, b J. Sharwood . 18 H. Croker, c Craig, b A. Seaman . 30 T. McGaw, b R, Allport .... fl A. Toole, b J. Sharwood 8 H. O'Connor, c and b A. Seaman 0 D. McGaw, b J. Sharwood .... 4 L. Gaul, b A. Seaman , 0 O. O'Connor, c V. Francis, b A. Seaman v. <•. .. .. 4 •A',/" Francis, b A. Sea O. Gap; '/ Wi'an Los Gaul, ijtot out ; Sund: < T;v Totki ... .. .v; Bowling:...

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The Taralga Echo. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1927. LOCAL and GENERAL. HOLIDAY POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1927. LOCAL and GENERAL HOLIDAY POSTAL ARRANGE. MENTS. Holiday arrangements will be ob served at the local post office on Wednesday next, 2Gth fnst. (Anni versary Day) as follows: Post office will be open from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. only for delivery of mail matter, sale of stamps and postal notes, and telegraph business. Money order or savings bank business will nbt be transacted. There will be one clearance,only of the letter-box in Or chard-street, at 9.30 a.m. All mails usually closing at a later hour -than 10 ,a.m. will be closed at that hour.

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"A" GROUP POINT TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

GROUP POINT TABLE. i? xaraiga .. Redbank . Crookwell Laggan .. "B" GROUP. DEEP CREEK v. BIN DA. Won by Binda by six wickets and 88 runs. Scores:— , Deep Creek. E. Treacey, st K. Mcintosh, b A. N. Carruthers 44 P. Treacey, c Hogan, b Lockwood 18 J. Fenton, b K. Mcintosh .. .. 19 J. Treacey, b K. Mcintosh .... 43 O. McDonald, c Lockwood, b A. Carruthers .. .. 0 S. Treacey, b A. Mcintosh .... '2 R. Fenton, lbw, b A. Mcintosh . . . 1 J. Berrell, • c Fitzgerald, b Car- : ruthers .. 21 P. Fisher, b Carruthers 5 R. McDonald, b A. , Mcintosh .. 1 R. Laverty, not out ; 0 Sundries .. .. .. .. 19 Total :. .. .. .v .. .173 Bowling: A. Carruthers 4 for 29, K. Mcintosh 2 for 73, F. Lockwood 1 lor 38, A. J. Mcintosh 3 for 14. Binda. K. Mcintosh, c .Treacey, b O. McDonald 48 A. N. Carruthers, b S. Treacey 63 F. Lockwood, not out 71 D. Madden, b E. Treacey .. .. 11 S. Mcintosh, b R. Fenton .... 13 C. Hogan, run out 11 G. Fitzgerald, not out 27 Sundries - «. .. 17 5 wickets for .. .. .. 261 Bowling: ...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

TENNIS.. : • A team1 ot tennis players from Ban naby-visited the tow non Sunday af ternoon last and played a match members of "The Pines" Club. A.^erj^ enjoyable afternoon was spenj^'^atid some very good tennis WtnesstMj^ Honors of the day wentr-tcTThe/home team by a margin of five sets.'i'VThe j visitors were entertained at afternoon tea by the lady supporters of "The Pines" Club. /

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COMP. CRICKET "A" GROUP. TARALGA v. REDBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

I fcOMP. CRICKET I "A" GRQUP. I" TARALGA v. REDBANK. 1'^ Played at Redbank. Taralga wojj ^y" 54 funs. . ■ • Scores:— Redbank. M. Toole, b B. Perry .. ... '. 0 Os. Cummins, c A. Dezius, • b'E. Perry'. .'. . • 7 Gr. Cummins, b M. Stewart .. IS D. Cummin's, b M. Stewart .'.14 A. Mclntoshfl b M. Stewart . . : 7 T.i Cummins, b. M. Stewart .. CV 1 P. Cummins,', b M. Stewart .. 0 E. Skidmore, c and b A. Dezius ' 29 Orton.. Cummins', b M. Stewart' 4 J. Broderick, ;riot-'out .. .. 0 Sundries . .... . 9 TotaM' ..,,93 Bowling: E.'f^yry 2 for 26, George Croker 0 for llj&i^rjDezius 1 for 27, M. Stewart 6 foftelT^KB. Gordon 0 for 3 Taralgaif. Li. Krelle, c G. Cummins, b Os. Cummins .. .. .. .. v.l;. 15 J. Menzies, b Os. Cummins .. 13 S. Hill, c G. Cummins, b Os. - Cummins .. .. .. .. vfi 0 A. Dezius, b- Orton Cummins,;.;;. 1 C. Bradbury, run out .. .. 23 R. Gordon, st M. Toole, b Orton Cummins 4 Geo. Croker, st G. Mcintosh, b Jack Broderick .. ... 33 E. Perry, b J. Broderick .i .. 47 S. G...

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TARALGA SHOW—FINALISING ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

TARALGA SHCfw—FINALISING ARRANGEMENTS. The committee are working hard preparing for tie forthcoming annual Show fixture. Matter for. the sched ule is being prepared and Should be in the hands of the printer at no dis tant date. The response from the public generally for special prize money has been very gratifying. Goulburn residents forwarded no less a sum than £50 through the energy of Mr. Jack Barry' who is a Show enthusiast and a great battler for any district .movement. Judges in the various sections have been appointed. The season is excellent and the committee look forward with confid ence for a successful Show this year. '!X.a'st year droughty conditions ob tained. Notwithstanding this handi cap the Show was a great success \ and in view of the adverse season the exhibits were excellent. Many improvements are being effected at the showground.

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WOOL MARKET Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report: SYDNEY, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

WOOL Schute, Bell & Co. SYU At our sale on Mo: mitted a cataloi wools, many of ness and were iij:"*5 The bulk of J drawn from ern and northe: " market wasSS fully equal t last week, ds: ly strong f<jj*| support was ast we sub f well-grown owed fihe ;e condition, tags were , mid-west elan'ds. The , ed, with prices _ 6' closing rates of Sfind being particular lie finer grades. Solid given by Continental, American buyers. very line wool still to its great scarcity, grower should sp'ecial th'is demand is a matter left to him. If the pay re wool is commensurate iljfoer head, the inducement not otherwise. After razier is paid to grow fine can do it, and this is the i-ng in a nutshell. •' Oversea should learn this before go to cold print, and such critic not welcomed in the face of TSDur top price was 30d, secured for mm W nf the V/NEW ^ENGLAND (Uralla) clip. The wool kwas attractive, bright, of good staple ;£a&pl' quality, and was well-prepared. "'^pI/ALLSTON (B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

? 5 Your Great Half-Yearly is with yon once morcf|S;y FROM ONE END OF OUR DRAPERY TO THE OTHER. Prices have Come Down with a Crash* Whirlwind Bargains. In. our Ladies and Children's Show Room and Millinery In our Men's and^ Boys' Wear Section In our Boot andHosiery Departments In our Manchester and. Soft Furnishings In our Dress and-: Haberdashery. A Mighty Effort to Clear All Summer Stocks? while there's a lot of Summer ahead. REMEMBER—You won't find our Sale, Goods to be dear-at-any-price rubbish Our Sale Goods are the same good grade dependable qualities that.we. offer all the year around. The only difference is in the prices a^phere's a. solid difference in them. It will pay you over and oyer again to Jcpiiie specially to Goulburn to buy at our Sale, but if your arrangements wQhJjlp&rmit, then do the next best thing, Ask for Sale Price Lists. w^JFor Samples. For full particulars of any goildsliiwlitcli you're interested. ! You can order by post without hesitation. ' Y$ai...

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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

? HERE AND THERE ? The A.R.C. race meeting on the 18fit prox. promises fo be the biggestf'of ,,its kind yet held-in Crookwell. f An important subdivision sale/ of "Wallengriva" Estiate, comprising 112,000, .acres, will tcifce place .aI the Federal Hall, Taralgay, on Monday, 14th 'February. Messrs. \y. h. Wheatley (Goulburn), Fitt, Stin and Badgery, Limited (Sydnaq) a£d C. S. Bradbury (Taralga), auitionifers, are acting in conjunction. V The property is situated 16 miles from Taralga Railway Station, 45 miles from Goulburn, 60 miles from Bathurst and 42 miles from Oberon. See advertisement in this issue for fuller particulars and watch future issues. The big canvas poster sign an nouncing Back to Crookwell Week, when hitched to electric light poles in Goulburn-street, caused them to Have you a relative or friend, a for [-'• mer resident o£ the town or district I likely to return for the big home coming event in March? Send in the name and address to the Invitation Committee, Back to ...

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BROADCASTING THIS WEEK'S FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

BROADCASTING THIS WEEK'S FEATURES. Following are the principal itemB of: the programmes of the' Sydney: broadcasting companies lor the 'jensu-U ing week:— • ; 2 P C (PARMER'S)—442 METRES. Saturlay, January 22: Band Ghainp . 8. Suntta-j", January 23: St. Saviour's ^Cathedral, .Goulburn, IX and .7; Goul-; .bum Concert, 8.30. :>j Monday, January 24: King's Cross j Theatre, 8. ef- - - - '^Tuesday, January 25: A Grade Band Cirriiyal, 8. Vfeflnes., January 2S: Band Cham-; pionslxips (final), S. / Thursday, January 27: Morris Bes ly (English composer), 8. Friday, January 28: J.C.W. Theatre;-:" S. t .<■ , t. Saturday, January 29: Hospital Con cert , Pdrty at Royal South Sydney. Hospital; 8. • "Sunday, January 30: Pilgrimage to! site of'Catholic Cathedral, Canberra, 10.30. 2 B.L. (BROADCASTERS')—353 METRES. Saturday, January 22: Miss Marjor ie Skill (lyric soprano), 8.25. Sunday, January 23: Chalmers Presbyterian, 11; Australian Authors', and Composers' Association Concert, 3; ...

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BARBALLIER. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

BARBAIiLIER.' (Prom Our- Correspondent>. Intense heat prevailed during the : latter portion of last'week, the high est reading being on Saturday, wheu. the temperaiive reaShed 10S degrees. Grass has li->shened up since the recent rains uVHough the rabbits, which are very «.mer0us, keep a check on the fresh Growth. • • The country , arouild Mittagong isr>, looking particularly weh: and* green feed is plentiful. * Several of the local stoci.ownera are busy, at present dipping their sheep. • On Monday 52 . points of rain te\V,, during a thunder storm which'passed over. v. Mr. J. McDonald, a retired railway man residing at Mittagong, died sud-' denly on Saturday morning, and Mr. John Chalker, of Lower Mittagong, who has been ailing for some time,, also died the same day. The new Convent at Mittagong was opened on Sunday, 16th inst., by His Grace Archbishop Kelly, of Sydney. vC On the motion, of Mr. Andrew Ly saght, M.L.A., a subscription list was opened and £253 was handed in. ...

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CROOKWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

iimiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimimmiiiiimii CROOKWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the Crookwell Shire Council was held in the Shire Council Chambers on Thurs day last, 13th January. The Presi dent (Cr. A. J. Mclnnes) occupied thechair. Others present were Crs. Geo. King, C. Hewitt, T. J. Kennedy, Chas. King and M. McDonald. CORRESPONDENCE. Prom Chief Secretary , re use of wax matches.—Cr. Geo. King moved, seconded by Cr. Con Hewitt,—That the Department be asked to proclaim that it be an offence to use wax matches within the Crookwell Shire between 1st October and 31st March. —Carried. Prom H.Q., R.S. and S.I. League, expressing thanks to Council for pro mise to secure for them photographs of war memorials erected throughout the Shire.—Received. From Secretary, Crookwell Town Common Trust, re clearing up rub bish at tip. The President reported that he had paid a visit to the tip and he expressed disgust at the man ner in which rubbish had been tipped. T...

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(Publlished by Arrangement). HOPE ABANDONED [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 22 January 1927

(Publlihed by Arransement). HOPE ABANDONED - . "In- spite of the boasts of the Pity ■ hibition administration for more than six and a half years.'' .says -the "Times" (New York), ^ lava leadiiTg - article, "enforcement .ijMa5never got 'well under way.' . -it in] . such a,;'8tate .of impOta^ce^'as to-da^l In of rum ofgjdhe* sort or another. • S&tf • facts are iroforlqnB.* soifce Dry. States artf 'worse- tUan Wet States, in population. >)'rr»^£*liNvHPt ^Always somethlng;is'.tgoj|OKvMs|^gl pen that will ma^e enforc^ijtjejifc|^; ectuat; but lt Bever doesv./jfeMa®/ Temporary interruptions . butgjOT&te .. .new. devices v ■ ."Prohibition is aajattemptpfftaoVer "come an intractable state^^{^pSad, the state of minfriof mUUon#3^w6an ■while, the multltudinou^#E^|chief which' Prohibitionj?'-ha9^c^jS»Mp' has . made hostile to it gr^£§tt)iiiabers of persons who haver no/<$jfflp!|hy with ' violations of th<p OBnfor^^ent Act, but no longer /any hope&...

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