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Fat Stock Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

Fat Stock Markets. 'I'lie Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co. have been handling large 'numb ers' o£ sheep and cattle at Honiebush lately; and what is more, for mapy individual owners. Last week for .instance the sheep sold were -1,200, .cattle 603, and altogether 72 individu al owners were concerned. The company's experts were able to top the market on the two sale days with suckers. For G. R. B. Williams, of Illabo the Fanners & Graziers sold 122 x suck ers to 43/4, averaging 41/7, and re alising £253/13/2, being record pro ceeds for a truck of suckers. 'The.Company also yarded top num ber of cattle on the 17th ult., viz.: 3211, including bullocks from Northern Agents to- £14/S/~, topping the mar ket. . ' On the bookings ahead prospects for both sheep and cuttle are encour aging. Sales at Homebush will lie held only oil Monday, 2!)tli December, and Monday, Sth January, during' Xmas and New Year weeks. Four Tyne and four Clyde ship building firms are submitting tenders t...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORD IN AUST. NO FALL IN PRICES YET. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

FORD IN AUST. NO FALL IN PRICES YET. There is much speculation as to just how soon the Ford Company of Can ada will begin operations in Austral ia, and the effect it will have upon Ford prices. It s authentically stat ed that no reduction in prices can he looked for until somewhere ahout the end of next year.. The work of establshiug body buil ding and assembly plantts in Austral ia is to be commenced almost imme diately, but it is expected that poss ibly twelve months will elapse be ding and assembly plants in Austral ia begin to actively parlicipatte in the' motor trade of the Common wealth.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIBERNIAN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

HIBERNIAN SPORTS. The sports which the local Hiber nian Society intend holding on Box ing; Day on the Show Ground should be a gigantic success: Mr.; Roy Gor don, the energetic secretary, with the committee and members,'-.intends to make the day a gala • one.;; Every, effort will he made to present an at tractive programme. comprising horse events of various kinds, ath letic events, including an all-comers' handicap footrace,' pole vaulting, high -jumping, novelty ■ races. •; The 'Programme will also include a dis trict tug-o'-war championship (S1 men aside). This event should ere-; ate keen interest, as Bannaby, Tur alga, Golspie, Wowagin, Richlaiids, etc., all boast of their strong and, big athletes. Surrounding centres:, in tending to compete should start to orgaise their teams at ouee; , - We understand that a couple of he local sprinters are already training. A grand hall wil lbe held in the Federal Hall at night.. Watch for ■full particulars later.

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TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 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 be 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 have 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 Rates:—Casual 3/ per inch single column; contracts by ar rangement for 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 pr...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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GOLSPIE (From Our District Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

GOLSPIE (From . Our District Correspondent): A Taralga company, organised by Mr. Matt. Finlayson, visited. Gol*pie; on Thursday evening of last: week and gave a. concert in aid -of the lo cal hall fund. . The 'programme throughout was excellently arrang ed and everything passed off. with out a hitch. In addition to the pcrfomi'jrn quite a number of the Taralga' townsfolk came along to assisL the ':',uth«r:ng. Cr. Bradbury, J.P., made '.ho i rip for the purpose of takiu.'i ilie position of chairman, and his remarks-un.op ening, '-the: ' evening- • were ii>;at :>nd humorous. The concert programme was thor oughly enjoyed by all present and every item was well -received. En cores were frequent throughout. 'Die .only disappointment was iluit caus ed by the brief appearance" of Mr. .leffery. Everyone quite expected a song and 'dance, but nothing reached the audience . .further than the sus picion of an "Echo."' ■. The programme was as follows: — Overture—piano solo, Mr. M. Fin layso...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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NEW POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

NEW POTATOES. Mr. J. J. Keougli, of Newfoundland, left a line sample of new potato at the Taralga oflice of the "Echo" this week. They are the Early Hose var iety and are well-grown". Mr. Ke ough has been using them, so lie in form us, for the past fortnight. We have not yet heard of any other new potatoes in the district. .Evidently Mr. Keongh is first past the post this season. . i ■ '

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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TARALGA DAIRY COY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

TARALGA DAIRY COY. The monthly output of the above Company , amounted to 4S.000 lbs. ol' cream, which is equal. roiu?hlv, "to 21 tons or. butter. This is tliu highest return since the iac.-tory's inception. . Mr.; Bradfield, who is in America, examined bids Tor the Sydney Uni versity carillon. It Is understood the contract will be let at consider ably under £20,000 to an Americau firm. ■>■' :

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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ERRATUM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

ERRATUM. In writing iip particulars of Alessrs. AlcAlister Bros.' dairy at. btruithaird in last week's issue we stated that Simplex .--milking mach ines were installed. W'c were niis inl'ormerl in .regard to this matter. AlcAlister Bros, have four Baltic machines, ol which Goodhew Bros, are tile local agents. These mach ines, we might mention, give per lect satisfaction and combine speed with .cleanliness and comfort.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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SPORTING. RACING. SUMMER HANDICAPS. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

SPORTING. (By "SPEARFELT.") RACING. : SUMMER HANDICAPS. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. Following are tlie handicaps for the principal races at the Summer . meeting of the A.J .C. on Saturday, December 20, - and Friday (Boxing Day), • December 26:— FIRST DAY—VILLIERS STAKES. \ ' 1 Mile. Blackadder 9.9, King Carnival 9.7, Otacre 9.6, Parody 9.5, Note *8.11, Duke Isinglass 8.10, Cliffdale 8.10, A11 Home 8.7, Woodville 8.6, Sea Risk 5.6, Lovesong 8.4, Encre 8.3, Julia Grey S.3, Cistercian 8.2, Priarsdale 8.1,' Bardoleur . 7.13, Greendale 7.12, Dane's, Voe 7.12, Kilkenny Lass 7.12, Mont Clair 7.12,: Inia's Boy 7.12, Val iard 7.12, Coleus 7.10, Meenah 7.9,. Pixy Ring 7.8, Prince Minimbah 7.8, Periwoo 7.7, Wallace Armstrong 7.7, Dreblah 7.7, Malurys 7.6, Red Gaunt-' let 7.5. Valamita 7.5, Prutation 7.5, >."ygee 7.5, Atholdorus 7.5, Balbus 7.5,' Peeka 7.5, Larillo 7.5, Bard of Avon 7.5,i Dion 7.4, Luddenliam 7.4, Fair Rosaleen 7.4, Lascelles' 7.4, Trilisa 7.3, Royal Dighton 7.3, Validolid 7.3 M...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

PERSON AT. • Mr. H. IT. Kennedy, of the. local Bank of N.S.W staff, is on annual holidays. Mr. Myles is relieving. Mrs. A. S. Boys, of "The Dane,"' Golspie, who was an inmate of St. John of God's Hospital, for a little time, has returned to her home much benefited in health.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

C.Y. Dawson FOR Choice Ice Cream Our Own Make—The Best TARALGA CLEARING SALE MONDAY, 8th DECEMBER. CHAS s! BRADBURY TTAS received instructions from Miss Whiting to soil by,auction, at her residence, on above date, at 1 o'clock, . THE WHOLE OF HER HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS Comprising:— 2 Buggies, 1 Mowing Machine 1 Ladder, 3 0£t„ 1 Kerosene Stove Piano, Organ, and Music Stool Mahogany Sideboard ' v Ash Wardrobe, bevel glass Ash Toilet Set ■ Ash Washstand, marble top Easy Chairs, Seagrass Chairs, and Dining Chairs 2 Cedar Dining Room Tables Cedar Cupboards, 2 Overmantles j 2 Commodes, Bookcases and Books Various Small Tables Couches and Hallstands, Fenders Bedsteads and Bedding Cedar Washstand, marble top Cedar Chests of Drawers Pine Chests of Drawers Cutlery and House Linen Toilet Chests and Mirrors 2 Kitchen Safes Kitchen Dresser, glass doors 2 Kitchen Tables Flour Bin, Glass Case Pictures,Ornaments Carpets and Linos. Crockery and All Kitchen Utensils Tennis Net and Racquets ...

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SPORTING NOTES. WARWICK FARM RACES TO-DAY Selections By "Spearfelt." HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

SPORTING NOTES. WARWICK FARM RACES TO Selections By "Spearfalt." HURDLE. Ronnie Jtussell .. .. .. 1 • Parvenuo .. .. .. . • •• 2 Lostelc .... 3 ; FLYING. Tressie .. .. •• •• •• 1 Ignition .. .. • • .... 3 , Absurdum .. ........ "> . NURSERY. . First Division. ■ Quanza .. .. .... .. 1 Flyaway ... 2 Clumsy ... ..; 3 ; Second Division. : iUiss Prattle .. .. .. •• 1 Lord Babble .. .. .. ... 2 Vice-Regal ...... ... .. ?> i:. FARM STAKES. First Division. \ Berwick .... .. 1'. Beau Bee .. .. 2 Alertful .. ... ... ... ,i Second Division'. Sunny Spec .. . . . . lv Honey Brew 2 ' Bosh .. .. .. ... .., .. .. 3 WARWICK HANDICAP. : ' MirthmaUer ......... 1. , Mussop .... .. ; .. ■■■2:.; ' Luddenham .. 3. LIVERPOOL HANDICAP. Validolid .. .. .. ... ■ . . . -1 ; , Nygee .. .■. .. ....... " : Narillo .. .. .. .. .. ... !5

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

GOLF. A move is at present being' iiiiide to.inaugurate a golf dul) in Tar." 13:1. Mr. AUnul. who is an cntliusiusUc. golfer, is anxious to sue the ;;jitnL started. Quite ii number :>f Taral ga's old-time sports, .who consider that they are carrying a 'ir.lle too much condition to play <h« more strenuous games or football and cricket, are nibbling at tile bait, and 1 expect to see them on the Jinks ere long with their caddies. Then there are (|iiit<; ii lot of other gentlemen, and ladies as well, living in and around Taralga who 110 doubt, when a club' is fornio*!, will join up. Golf is. a pleasant sport and re quires little expense to play it. AVe understand that suitable ground can be secured adjacent to the town, and which, with-little or no expense, can lie .converted into llrst-dlass links.5 .. I can. already: se<v sports like .Tuck >Swan, • .Charley Bradbury, Billy Brailbury, Cecil Mooney, Bede Clies her, Teddy I>ee, George Goodhew, To...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

CRICKET The Taralga team who were so de cisively ' defeated by Crookwell are practising assiduously for their re turn match with the victors on a date to he arranged. It is said by one who was watch ing them at the nets on Saturday afternoon last that they were throw ing a lot of-energy .into their knocks and were keeping the hall well down The tendency to sky halls off finite ordinary bowling had entirely dis appeared. •Tack Byrne and Roy Gordon say that they are satisfied to play the rock game in the future. Ted Perry is going to keep his eyes well open.when he play* against Crookwell next time. "Sandy" is too disgusted for words. The writer found it impossible *.o get an interview with him on the matter. Monty Viles is. some whet l>e>v\kl ered in. regard to the latest ruling on leg before wicket. He consider*-, that it gives the umpire' too imich latitude. George Coodhew says that" he ex pects to bo'-better--next time these teams meet. Clem. Bradbury and Matt. Kinlny son wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

SEND YOUR & SKINS,™ D 44BRIDGES! SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly Btj I is Constituents. I Personal Attention jf ^Tn Every Lot.

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Eloquent Figures. OF DRIFT TO SYDNEY. COUNTRY MUST NOT GO ON LOSING. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

Eloquent Figures. ' OF DRIFT TO SYDNEY. COUNT.RY MUST NOT GO ON LOSING. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) {BY M. DIXON.) The figures given recently ljy Jtn officer of the State Statistician's De partment emphasising the drift from the country to the city cannot he ex plained away by any process of ab stract reasoning. These figures indicate that so far from the position improving in re cent years it is considerably worse than it was ten or twelve years ago. The population of various towns in 1901, 1911, and 1921 show that be tween the two .first-periods the nuin pers increased, but between 1911 and 1921, when there ought to have been a considerable natural increase, there was an appreciable decline. Let the figures speak for themselves: Town. Population. 1901 1911 1921 Broken Hill 27,500 30,974 26,338 Forbes 4,294 4,436 4,379 Grafton .. .. 4,173 4.G85 4,60S Inverell .. .. 3,293 4,549 4,368 Pe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 6 December 1924

RETURN THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. Phemister and Family desire to convey their sincere THANKS to all kind triends for expressions of sympathy and flor- al tributes received during their recent sad bereavement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

SEND YOUR if ID 44 BRIDGES! SYDNEY The Firm Thai p| Thinks Rightly jl% -And Acts Rightly |\ Oij Its Constituents. I Psrsnna! Attention g-4 ®To Evcrij Lot.

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(Published by Arrangement.) DISASTROUS LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

(Published by Arrangement.) DISASTROUS LEGISLATION. "It. can be said, probably, without tuiy four of successful contradiction," stutes the Baltimore "Sun," that the Prohibition Act has caused more acts of lawlessness than any piece of leg islation in the history of the worli. Tho 50,000 instances of conviction under the law represent only a trit linK percentile of the actual num ber of violations. The {leupl'i Mho hold it in contempt are jimv.beriMl by millions. Its violations in coin moil practice, and. for the .110:11 part, attaches no approbrlnni to tliuso who engage in Uie practio«." To this should lie added the com ment of the New York "World": -- "Prohibition indictments llood ih-s Federal law calendars and dela.' l.'np normal functioning of our courts iiy months and years. Many a .Indue who was barely keeping pace '.villi his cases before Prohibition was en acted now confesses himself hopeless ly behind.- Prohibition is; the sacred cow to which we sacrifice all hops: of an ef...

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Party Friction. NATIONALISTS SHOULD AVOID IT. COUNTRY ELECTORS WILL CHOOSE WISELY. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

Party Friction. NATIONALISTS SHOULD AVOID ; . ' • IT. :■ ■ COUNTRY ELECTORS WILL CHOOSE WISELY. ' (It'muBt.be.clearly .understood .that tlie views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed | by this paper.) (BY M. DIXON.) The prompt manner in -.which the Progressives: disowned the attempt by the Nationalist Party to encour age belief of a coalition between the selection of candidates for the ,1925 elections has caused the. Nationalists to issue a carefully worded ' state ment. As might be expected this statement does not make the posi tion very much clearer, except, that, reading between the 'lines, one can see how regretfully the Nationalists have received . the declaration of complete political independence is sued by the Progressives.' .'.7 The statement attempts to justify the action of the Nationalists in in cluding the name of ' the Count'ry Party representatives in their ad vertisement on the ground that some years ago a few representatives.,who masquera...

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