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TYE AND CORTEEN'S HORSES TO BE SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
TYE AND CORTEEN'S HORSES TO BE SOLD. Messrs. Adamson, Mackinnon, and Cox and W. C. Y.uille & Co. have re ceived Instructions from Messrs. Tye and Corteen td offer for sale at the • Allendale Stp£k Farm, Mentone, on Wednesdays' November 5, all the horses owned by the partnership, as well as^Heroic, who is owned by Mr. CorteejnT T)ie horses that will he put up for sale are Heroic, Irish Rhythm, Cool itjlt, Droscela, Affirm, Darjeeling, Ex jfeller, Valiant, Three Kings, Hoyan. /A 11 Blonde, Euphrates, Pinkerton, a King's Trumpeter, Pale Light, Bona | parte, Swift. Eudasla, Titanic, Met jj coric, Grotesque, Lion Isle, Prevari ■* cator, Intriguer, Willari, Maxim. Purser . is not included, as, being i disqualified, he is not eligible to in races for a year.
Turf Sensation. PURSER AND CONNECTIONS OUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
Turf Sensation. . PURSER AND CONNECTIONS OUTED. , , At an inquiry held at Melbourne 011 Thursday concerning the running of Purser in the. Coongy Handicap on October 15 and his subsequent easy victory in the Caulfield Clip, the ■horse, together with his owners (G. Tye and J. R. Corteen), his trainer (C. T. Godby). and the jockey who . rode him in the Coongy Handicap (II. Cairns) were disqualified for , twelve months. ' This is .^.he 'outcome of a public outcry over Purser's inconsistent running in the two races mentioned. T^e coup made by Purser's con nections over his victory in the Caul ileld Cup is said to be in the vicin ity of £40,000, perhaps the greatest in Australian turf history. Heroic is one of the candidates for the Melbourne«Cup who is looked upon as a probable winner, and he is owned by Mr. Corteen, who, it is, said, • has backed him heavily for thi3 classic event. APPEAL FAILS. ' ' The V.R.C. Committee on Monday "sat to consider the appeal lodged ; against the decision...
COST OF CANBERRA. NEARLY £3,000,000 TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
COST OF CANBERRA. NEARLY £3,000,000 TO DATE. The total expenditure on the Fed eral Capital to June 30 was £2,800, 000, of which £725,000 was spent in land acquisition. The expenditure during 1923-24 on works was" £433656. The revenue received was £63,64S. The proposed expenditure for the current financ ial year on all services is £SOO.OOO. Between 1150 and 1200 workers are now engaged there. Mr. Hill, Federal Minister for Works and Railways, who formerly 'was opposed to the building of the Federal Capital, stated after visiting the site that he would do, his part to push on with the work at Can berra.
MORE MS.L.C. SEVEN APPOINTMENTS PROPOSED. ELECTIONS EARLY IN 1925. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
MORE MS.L.C. SEVEN APPOINTMENTS PRO POSED. ELECTIONS EARLY IN 1925. During the forthcoming*recess, of the State Parliament the Government , will make new appointments, prob-~ ably seven altogether, to the Legis lative Council. The House will go into recess on December IS, and the short sesiion in which the Marriage Amendment Bill will be reintroduced by the' Minister for Justice (Mr. Ley) will be held in February. The general State elections will probably follow in Marcli or April.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
LOOK FOR THE CAUSE. Have you ever thought what it is that makes your back achc. jour head, limbs and muscles ache, that weakens your heart, or makes you nervous, sleepless or irritable? It is kidney trouble and the above are some of the warnings. Doan's back acke Kidney Pills should be taken at the first sign of anything wrong. They are the reliable kidney and bladder medicine, and they are per fectly safe and very effective for men and women to use. The best evid ence of this is the statement which we give below. Mrs. H. "Whittington, East-street, Croolcwejl, says: "I had marked symptoms of kidney trouble for years. The kidney secretions were thick and cloudy and contained a sediment. My rest at night, was disturbed, and I was always tired and languid, hav ing' no energy for anything. But my worst suifering was with my back. I had a constant aching pain just above the kidneys which hampered all my movements and made me ir ritable and miserable. I saw Doan's Backache Kidney Pills ad...
TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
TARALGA ECHO. The proprietors reserve to them selves the right of omitting advertise ments received and paid for in the usual course of business if they ap pear to he objectionable. While every care is taken, no responsibility is in curred for the non-insertion of adver tisements through accident or other wise. All advertisements charged to ac count must h'rfve. the number of inser tions clearly marked on the face, also space required, otherwise they will be displayed at our own discretion and treated as "till countermanded" orders and charged accordingly. Advertising Hates:—Casual 3/ per inch single column; contracts by ar rangement lor a period of : not less than one quarter (13 insertions). , Subscribers and advertisers in the country may remit payment by cheques, postal notes, or money orders. Remittance should accompany orders, except in cases where persons are per sonally known to us. Advertisements will be received through the telephone only in urgent cases, and the proprieto...
GOLSPIE (From-our correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
GOLSPIE (From our correspondent.) On Friday afternoon, the 24th inst., the children attending the Golspie School were entertained at Ember- ton Park by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mar- mont. Though the weather threat- ened to be unfavourable, it turned out fine enough to carry out a pro- gramme for the children, compris- ing various games and competitions and a Punch and Judy show, and the talking doll (Billy) caused much mer- riment for the smaller folk. Tea was served in the garden on well-laden tables, and each child was presented with a jazz cap and a bag of lollies. &nbsp; Mr. and Mrs. Perfect and Mrs. Edwards, on a visit from Sydney, ar- ranged and carried out the programme for the children's amusement, Mr. Perfect being a high-class entertain- er and host in himself. The party "broke up" at 6 p.m., with three hearty cheers for Mr. and Mrs. Marmont. Our teacher, Mr. Elphick, express- ed a vote of thanks on behalf of the School. On Thurs. evening, 23rd Oct., Mr. Jas. Marmont ent...
HERE and THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
1 HERE and THERE Mr. Jas. Connor, of Bannaby, has invested in a new six cylinder Hud- son car of latest type. **** &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Arthur Marmont, of Taralga, has purchased at Ford truck for his &nbsp; carrying and delivery trade in and around the town. He has, up to date, received and accepted some big con- tracts for wood cutting. &nbsp; **** &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Work on the railway line is pro- gressing rapidly, and the concrete and cementing gangs begin opera- tions at a very early date. The for- mation of the line is near comple- tion and, given decent weather, the line should be open for tra..c in the New Year. * * * * The local butter factory is work- &nbsp; ing at high pressure, treating the products from about 65 or 70 sup- &nbsp; pliers. The season in the district is considered, up to date, to be one of the best experienced for many years....
YALBRAITH. SCHOOL TO BE RE-OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
YALBRAITH. SCHOOL TO BE RE-OPENED. It has been decided to reopen the &nbsp; Yalbraith School, which was closed owing to insufficient children attend- ing. The Progress Association (through Mr. Morton, M.L.A.) approached the Department on the matter, pointing out that the number of children liv- ing in the locality had increased and it was necessary that these children should be provided with the necess- ary facilities for receiving educa- tion. The association has been advised that a teacher will be sent immedi- ately one is available. The Educa- tion Department is at present short of teachers. &nbsp;
CRICKET TARALGA CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
CRICKET &nbsp; TARALGA CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. &nbsp; The Taralga Cricket Club held their annual meeting during the week. The balance-sheet revealed a credit of over £6. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. The following officers for the en- suing year were elected, viz.: Pat- ron, Mr. T. W. Burge; President, Mr. W. J. Eanderson; Vice-presidents, Messrs. C. Mooney, M. C. Viles, and G. C. Goodhew; Hon. Secretaries, Messrs. E. Perry and Roy Gordon; Hon. Treasurer, Mr. C. P. Goodhew: Selection Committee, Messrs. Perry, Gordon, Dezius and Sanderson.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
Now is the Time &nbsp; to Order Your Summer Suit Big Range of the Latest Suitings Now in Stock Our Serges are SUPREME Quality, Style and Finish Guaranteed. Suits to Measure from £7/7/- J. M. PEDLEY & SON, (Opposite Post Office) &nbsp; The Tailors - - - - Crookwell. £50 IN CASH within reach of all! FOR THE GREATEST NUMBER OF WORDS MADE OUT OF LETTERS CONTAINED IN Fountain Baking Powder The following CASH PRIZES will be given: FIRST PRIZE, £10; SECOND PRIZE, £5; THIRD PRIZE, £3; FOURTH PRIZE, £2. And Also TEN PRIZES of £1 EACH; TWENTY PRIZES of 10/- EACH, and FORTY PRIZES of 5/- EACH. Return to MESSRS. W. C. DOUGLASS LIMITED, Foveaux Street, Sydney, on or before 31st MARCH, 1925, with your name and address clearly stated, a numbered list of ENGLISH DICTIONARY WORDS—written on one side of paper only— together with a docket slip plainly showing you have purchased a 1-lb. tin or two ½-lb. tins of "FOUNTAIN" BAKING POWDER from your Storekeeper. As an example the wo...
OPENING MATCH OF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
OPENING MATCH OF SEASON. The cricket season was duly open- ed on Saturday afternoon last, when a game was played between teams selected and captained by Messrs. Ted Perry and W. J. Sanderson. The game created quite a lot of interest, and was thoroughly enjoyed by the players. Both teams fielded twelve men. &nbsp; Captain Sanderson, however, was without the services of Messrs. Clem Bradbury and Jim Menzies. Both these players are reliable batsmen, and their services were missed on Saturday. The personnel of both teams com- prised several players who were prominent on the cricket field a few years ago, notably Cecil Mooney, Sergeant Riordon, W. J. Jeffery, and Monty Viles. The lastnamed was some years ago captain of the Mos- man Club, and has several centuries to his credit. He was, however, un- lucky on Saturday in the first inn- ings in losing his wicket to a beau- ty from Ted Perry. In the second knock he shaped very nicely, and he should with practice regain a lot of his o...
Producers' Associations' Central Council. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
Producers' Associations' Central Council. It has come to the notice of the Pro- ducers' Associations' Central Council &nbsp; (which represents the Graziers', Farmers' and Settlers', Stockowners' and Sheep- breeders' Associations and the Primary Producers' Union) that a circular has been issued by a body specially formed to oppose the passage of the Meat Industry En- couragement Bill and the establishment &nbsp; of the Australian Meat Council, under the name of "The Stockowners Defence Com- &nbsp; mittee. The proposals for the better organisation of the Meat Industry emanated originally from The Graziers' Federal Council of Australia at its convention in May, 1922, and have since been referred to the Local Committees of the Graziers' Association of New South Wales and supported by three of its Annual Conferences, at each of which more than 100 representatives at- tended ; by the Stockowners Association, the 30th Annual Conference of the Farm- ers and Settlers ...
Taralga Countryside. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
Taralga Countryside. The general appearance of the &nbsp; &nbsp; countryside in and around Taralga could not possibly look better. The whole surroundings are mantled in green, and stock everywhere look sleek and fat. The crops are look- ing splendid and likewise fruit trees coming into bearing, although, per- haps the crops and fruit will hardly &nbsp; be as prolific as last season owing to chiefly, the number of late frosts ex- perienced. Many of the local sheds have commenced shearing, and the lambing from all quarters is reported as excellent. &nbsp;
TELEPHONES. CURRAWEELA-MT. DEFIANCE. BANNABY-BOGADUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
TELEPHONES. CURRAWEELA- MT. DEFIANCE BANNABY-BOGADUCK. The Taralga Progress Association some time ago approached the P.M. General's Department, through the Federal member for the district (Mr. H. Lazzarini) with reference to tel- ephonic communication between Cur- raweeela and Mount Defiance receiv- ing office, and between Bannaby. P.O. and Bogdduck receiving office. &nbsp; The Department has advised that both these lines will be erected dur- ing the next financial year.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; for practically the whole of the Business People of Taralga will appear in the next issue of the &nbsp; &nbsp; "Taralga Echo." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Your Own Local District Newspaper. At the request of a number of Townsmen and District &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Residents we have decided to comply by giving Taralga and &nbsp; District their own District Local Newspaper. The " TARALGA ECHO," will chronicle all happenings of &nbsp; the town and district, and will contain news of general interest. It will be found Newsy and Bright. Support your own Local Newspaper, thereby you will be forwarding the interests of your town and district. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Local Office of the "T...
Taralga Property Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
Taralga Property Sale. On Monday last, at the Federal Hall, Taralga, Mr. C. S. Bradbury &nbsp; conducted an important sale of town &nbsp; properties under instructions from &nbsp; Miss Whiting. The first property &nbsp; submitted was the original stone &nbsp; &nbsp; dwelling of seven rooms, and dispen- &nbsp; sary, built by the late Mr. Whiting, &nbsp; enclosed in a block of land with a &nbsp; frontage to Orchard-street in area &nbsp; about one acre. The bidding started &nbsp; at £1200 and by spirited competi- &nbsp; tion reached £2125, when it was &nbsp; &nbsp; knocked down to Miss Lynch. Four &nbsp; blocks with a frontage of 58ft. to &nbsp; &nbsp; Orchard-street by a depth of 269ft, &nbsp; &nbsp; were sold as follows:: Two blocks &nbsp; at £131 each, to Captain Moriarty: &nbsp; one block at £100, to same buyer : and...
CROOKWELL SHEARING COMPETITIONS AND SHEEP DOG TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 1 November 1924
CROOKWELL SHEARING COMPE- TITIONS AND SHEEP DOG TRIALS. The sheep shearing competitions and sheep dog trials to take place in the Crookwell Park on Saturday week next, November 8th, promise well. The fixture is being arranged by the committee of the Crookwell and District Cottage Hospital on be- half of the funds of the institution. A three-stand sheep shearing out- fit is being erected this year as &nbsp; against two stands last year. This will afford the public a better demon- stration. &nbsp; It is the intention of the commit- &nbsp; tee to erect a ladies' special reserve and to provide seating accommoda- tion so that the fair sex may view &nbsp; the contests with greater comfort. Already a good deal of inquiry is &nbsp; to hand from shearers who intimate their intention of taking part in the contests. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. T. P. Manion, of Goulburn, has &nbsp; kindly consented to act as judge. It is also ...