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PRESENTATION AND SOCIAL EVENING. Mrs. Davy and Family Farewelled. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

PRESENTATION AND SOCIAL EVENING. 'Mrs. Davy and Family Farewelled. The Redbank Hall was taxed to its utmost capacity on Wednesday evening last on the occasion of a presentation to Mrs. Davy and family of "Carravale." Friends were present from every part of the Crookwell and Taralga districts'. A large contingent were present from Taralga alone, and never in the history of the Redbank Hall has there been such a large and representative gathering assembled for the purpose of honouring friends who deserved honouring. The hall was beautifully decorated by a will ing committee and with the many beautiful dresses worn by the ladies present lent a brilliant charm to the whole proceedings. Mr. J. Cummins, in making the presentation of a handsome golden China tea set and oak silver-mounted tea tray to Mrs. Davy, a toilet, set each to the Misses Davy, and a wallet of notes to Mr. Stan Davy, spoke in eulogistic terms of the Davy family as neighbours and citizens. "Not words of mine," said the ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

^EaEVEB^ The Famous Younger Cooking Stoves No. 1 W, 24 x 24, £7/5/ No. 2 W, 27 x 24, £7/15/ No.3 W, 30 x 24, £8/5/ No. 4 W, 33 x 27, £10/10/ No. 5 W, 3G x 27, £11/5/ Prices F.O.R. Sydney The above Prices are for. Stove with Extended Fire Box, liiadu specially for country use, to burn long lengths of wood fuel. WE CAN ALSO SUPPLY METIERS, BEACONLIGHT, DOVER AND REG IN A STOVES AT MANUFACTURERS PRICE. SO WHEN YOU REQUIRE A NEW STOVE OF ANY DESCRIPTION SEE US. Goodhew Bros., (Tbe Value and Service Store) GENERAL IMPORTERS, ( Phone 5) TARALGA.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

SOCIAL COLUMN. Mrs. M. S. Viles gave a very en joyable dance on New Year's Eve at lier residence, Orchard-street, Taralga, about thirty being present. The large rooms were artistically decorated, and with the pretty even ing frocks aiid jazz caps made a bright and snappy show. The evening was delightfully spent in. dancing, com petitions, parlour games, and vocal and instrumental items. Later in the evening quite a lot of amusement was derived from a mock wedding, in which a number of the guests participated. The New Year was ushered in by the singing of appropriate songs and choruses, by those present to the accompani ment of the piano, violin, and man dolin. Mr. Keven Ward, of Cooma, who: spent the Christmast holidays with his parents, Mr. George Ward and Mrs. Ward, of the Argyle Hotel, were tendered a musical evening by his sister (Miss Mollie Ward). Only a few immediate friends were present, all of whom wished him a prosperous and happy New Year. A marriage lias been arranged be...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Taralga Erbo. SATURDAY, 10th JANUARY. LOCAL and GENEKAL. 7th A.L.H. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

SATURDAY, 10th .JANUARY. LOCAL and GENEKAL. 1 7th A.L.H. The Australian Light Horse will j be going into camp at C.oulburn from j the 31st March to April the 7th, 1925. . The local section ofvtlie Light Horse is under, Lieut. J. V. MeKenzie. 1'ortion o£ the headquarters staff, I under the command of JIajor Twynain, j will march into :cainp,..on the 30th • March. There are several vacancies iu the j local unit that the commanding officer would like to sc filled before going into camp. ; j

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Taralga and District. Its Possibilities from a Producing and Tourist Standpoint. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

Taralga and District. Its'Possibilities from a Producing . and Tourist Standpoint. «e ''epnnt the a™t essay • M?#"8 Pffei;ed l)y the Proprietors , n-f T 1 s5 Lcl10 ' 0n ttle subject of Tarlaga and District. The township of Tarlaga is situated about 28 miles by road from Goulburn and 90 miles from Sydney as the crow flies. It is surrounded by a rich agricul tural, pastoral, and dairying district, it great portion of which was original* ly a Government grant. This estate of several thousand acres, together with two other smaller estates, were resumed by the Government for closer settlement purposes many years ago. These estates now support about 60 families and with thti other surround ing localities, comprising Myrtleville; Bannaby, Bullio, Golspie, Stone quarry, Yalbraith, and Curraweela, torm a very rich district. STAPLE INDUSTRIES. • The staple industries of the district are cattle and sheep raising and these are carried out extensive/y, especially sheep farming. Cattle are raised...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

Tar alga and District Band. A RRANGEMENTS aro being made'to iaL hold a DAY'S SL'ORTS iu aid of tlic funds of tliu Bund ill the Laciil PurW , •on JASOABY,, 20th ilrat. (Anniversary Day). ■ , .. . i • The programme, which at "present is-. being drafted by the, Oitizeu's Committee, will bo an attraotivo one ami will comprise several interesting events. j , A BALL will be held at night. Particulars will appear in noxt igs'uuof • the '• Echo." : M. S. VILES HAH VESTING IN .NOW OVER. • WHY LOSE YOUR HAY THROUGH FIRE i For tho sake of say £'2 you cun suvo hundreds by .'Insuring' against Fire through wo with Atlas Insurance Co. THIS.IS A TIMELY WARNING. DON'T FORGET TO TAKE IT. ■'^M. S. VILE S' T ARALGA.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

BOLT. < • ■;/' A runaway occurred in Orchard street near lhv .Ju.ck Fitzgibbon's shop on Saturday•,morni 11 g last, when a horse belonging to 'Mr. -Jack ,M<: Laurin. which was .^.attached to a sulky, became ; frightened and made off at top speed along the street. He was ultimately stopped, but not be fore the sulky was a total wreck. Mr. Garry McDonell's residence in Orchard-street is looking, very smart and comfortable. The writer was recently shown over the premises by Mr. and Jlrs. McDonetl and every thing is spick and-span. .The whole residence has been transmogrified. Both Mr. arid Mrs. - McDonell haye l'ew idle • moments. ' Their slogan is "Progress." Garry, who has had a very strenu ous time with his harvest, has stacked the final load of hay for the season.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Soldiers' Memorial Hall. COMMITTEE'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Soldiers' Memorial Hall. COMMITTEE'S APPEAL.. With the object of building a sol diers' Memorial Hall at the Hawkes bury Agricultural College the commit- . tee of the fund is appealing to all Old Boys and their friends for support. The College has a war record, of which it feels justly proud. Of 72!i •e'x-students who served overseas, 125 gave their lives and S5 gained deco rations of some kind for meritorious : service. A memorial bearing the names of these gallant men will be enshrined in the hall it is proposed to build. . .. .!.!•!}? The hall is estimated to cost £•! 000. The fund now amounts to £1, 300, and a further sum of £700 is required to make a total of £2,000, which when subsidised' by the Gov ernment with a similar amount, will' enable the building to be commenced. Contributions should 1)0' sent to the Principal, Hawkesbury Agricultural College. Richmond. N.S.W.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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The Electric Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

The Electric Woman. • A correspondent forwards the foll owing extract from the "Trades Journal." It will be noted that the terms incidental to the electrical trade are applied:— When she talks too long Interrupter. If her way of thinking is not yours — Converter. It she is willing to come luilf-way— Meter. If she wants to go further— Conductor. If slieT wants to gb still farther— Dispatcher. IE she wants to be an angel— "transformer. When she is sulky and will not speak —Exciter. If she proves your fears are wrong— Compensates If she goes up ill the air— Condenser. If she wants chocolates— Feeder. If she sings false— Tuner. . If she is in the country— Telegrapher. If she is a poor cook— Discharger. ! If she eats too much— Reducer. : If she is wrong— Reciter. If she is cold to you— Heater. If she gossips too much— Regulator. If she fumes and sputters— Insulator. . If she becomes, upset— . Reveroer."

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Taralga A., P. & H. Society. DISTRICT COMPETITION. DISPLAY OF PRODUCTS. DISTRICTS TO BE ASKED TO ORGANISE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

Tar alga A., P. & H. Society. . DISTRICT COMPETITION. DISPLAY OF PRODUCTS. ' DISTRICTS TO BE ASKED TO ORGANISE. The local A., P., and H. Society, at * a committee meeting on Monday even ing last, unanimously decided to in . augurate a . district competition for the purpose* of securing, if possible, a display of the various and numerous products grown in the Tarlaga dis trict. .. A special committee, consisting of Messrs, M. S." Viles, W, H. Bradbury, Eddie McAlister, and Harry Twynam, were appointed to prepare a scheme embracing the products to be exhibit ed by laws governing the competition, etc. This committee presented its report on Monday night, with the re sult that the report was accepted and a decision arrived at to inaugurate the scheme, which 'is as follows:— • Entries for the competition to close with the secretary of the society on 28th February, 1925. A special prize of £5 5/ will be donated by the A., P., and H. Society for collections received from districts w...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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A Five Hundredth Chance. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

— A Five Hundredth Chaflee.^v There once was a man — (So the story began) * ' Who •would, in Life lace, be ^ plain "Also Ran „ , V1 W No virtues nor vicei to give him * renown, J A plain little man, in a. plain little «-vv s town; i. * Paid cash for his "grub ' , Kept out o£ the pub v And just loved his daughter, and i'Z J Five-hundred Club ' \ This daughter, no doubt. Had reason to pout. > t? She knew very well it was'-, ... ^ ... she came out! Why, she was quite old she fhad-^^4^;; turned seventeen' rJ'i 1 „ But her father still thought lier the, k/r child she had been • - When she sat on his lap, 'Ms'niuS And ate biscuit pap! £ 1 ijtflj!'*! And for hurt grown up feelings v '^FV he cared not a rap' , " >$ There was also a youth, ^ Who loved her, forsooth' * .., ■*-%? 1v And vowed her would tell her old ;ij % father the truth! , ^ «»&**. I§ He always spoke diamonds when hold-* jC i"" \ ing her. hand, . T JW JS-' And promised to soon nwU herfdad^^"'^* understand; "or ^...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

The House for Splendid Variety, for Sterling Value, and for Genuine Cheapness. The Universal Providers of the Southern Districts CHARLES ROGERS & CO., THE SOUTHERN EMPORIUM. AUBURN AND MONTAGUE STREETS, GOULBURN, N.S.W. Where the stbeks in every department come direct from the manufacturers.. Whei-e all intermediate profits are saved, to the bdying public. Where the immense turnover permits of one small uniform profit, impossible under other conditions. Where the tremendous stocks offer a field for selection unobtainable elsewhere. - Where every article is new, fresh, up-to-date, thoroughly reliable, and honestly cheap. . Where quality is never sacrificed to price to create a mistaken idea of cheapness. C Where good quality and low prices are combined in unequalled values. Where every effort is made to give satisfaction in every respect to every buyer," large or small. We Sell Good Goods at Low Prices. Quality against Quality. Our Prices Dety Comparison. We Solicit Enquiries...

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Killed by Fall of Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

Killed by Fall of Wheat. Allan Alfred Freeman, 11, a.son of Mr. II. Freeman, of Mimosa-road, died in the District Hospital , Te inora, 011 Thursday as a result of in juries received through falling from a load, of wheat at-the railway weigh bridge. It 'is believed that a wheal o£ the lorry passed over his thigh,

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

SPORTING NOTES. "Spearfelt.") Mr. JucLc Fitzgibbon, of Orchard street, and his son Reg had a suc cessful Ashing oxcursion during the holidays, bagging no less than 16 trout, the largest being 61b. The catch was made in a tributary of the Abercrombie River. Mr. Fitzgibbon states that fish were plentiful and were biting nicely. * * * Mr. Pe arm an, of Crookwell, also did very well amongst the trout In the Abercrombie River during the holidays, landing several good sized ones, the heaviest being about 431b. What bait have these fishermen been using? ♦ * * I have not heard from Dick Mar mont lately with reference to any fishing stunts. Dick must be lying low somewhere. BOXING CHALLENGE. Challenges from Fred (Barber) Dawson and "Knock-out" O'Brien are ' awaiting our local "pug," who recent ly issued a challenge to box any other lightweight in Taralga. "Knock-out" O'Brien is a very pug nocious-Iooking boxer, and judging from his thrilling tales of boxinjj bouts will take some stopping. He...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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FAT CATTLE. HOMEBUSH MARKET. The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co. reports under date 5th January:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

FAT CATTLE. HOMEBUSH MARKET. The Secretary. Farmers & Graz iers' Co-op. Co. reports uuder date 5th January:— We are pleased to report that prime cattle sold well , to-day in a lieavv yarding of 4000 head. There will bo another heavy yarding on Thursday, 8tli inst., but the truckings after that are lighter and it is confidently hoped that satisfactory prices lor prime cattle from now 011 will rule. Since taking over the old establish ed Weaver & Perry business, our co operative organisation has out-dis tanced many of the older established firms. For the year ended 31st De cember we sold 32,201 head, or two and a half times the number sold in 1922.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

LOST, TOST, A String oE Poarls, on.>Vii<l nesduy night• last,.- in".-vi«iiiliy' ot Reilfoanl: Hull. Finder rewarded- on returning to M.'S. Vilos, Storekeeper, Tnralga. ' ' , •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

& PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AUD PROMPT RETURNS Write for WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K doL CUDMORE, Manager. CHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager. ^~JP NEW YEAE OPTIMISM - MAY Many Bounteous Seasons and Abundance, of ' Wool and Stock make Prosperity Come Your. WayF is the Hearty Good Wish of ————— I THE MAN ON THE LAND. S. A. BURNS,# TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street - - - GOULBURN. Telephone 412. WHAT THIS SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Accounts from 1/- upwards. Pays 4% Interest on every £ up to £500, and 3J% on any excess to £1000. Accepts Personal, Joint, Trust, and Children's Accounts. OVER A MILLION DEPOSITORS i* DOES; RURAL BANK DEPARTMENT 1 Opens Cheque Accounts for Individuals, Firms, Companies or Institutions. Accepts Fixed Deposits. LENDS DEPOSITS TO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTOR. PRIMARY PRODUCERS ONLY WRITR FOR .EXPLANATORY BOOKLETS. GOVERNMENT -SAVINGS BANK • '. ES.W* anb RURAL' ...

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New Year Resolve. FOR RURAL WORKERS. SUPPORT FOR OWN PARTY (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

- New Year Resolve. FOR RURAL WORKERS. SUPPORT FOR OWN PARTY (It must be clearly understood tliat the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily 'endorsed by this paper.) (BY M. DIXON.) • present is the time when IresoLS ar6 maWng New Year' : „„^hat d°es it matter if those self r®sc}lutions ,lave been made be r fore and broken, it is only by neriis ' tence that most of us attain our ob «ve' ««1 " we get eve" a UU, frof tl!" a g the . road to M'f-.-on nf \o£an We were at the beg-rin'ing ^rth VhS,'""' *" ™™ i>™ vwi To country folk the advent of i925 has a special significance. For one thing it ushers in a vdar that gives promise of being a mo*t prosperous one. The wo$ clip has been exceptionally good, orchardists ana dairy farmers can look with con fidence to the next few months, ami : in other parts of the State the wheat yield is prolific. In brief it is one of those ali-too rare seasons when Nature has decid ed to smile on the efforts of the man 011 the land, t...

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RACING. Selections By "Spearfelt." CANTERBURY RACES. TO-DAY, SATURDAY. JUMPER'S FLAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

RACING. Selections By "Spearfelt." CANTERBURY RACES. TO-DAY, SATURDAY. JUMPER'S FLAT RACE. Lord Satin .. . 1 Piratic 2 Field Marshal •• •• ■ • •' ' FLYING. Little Marg * Woollahra .. .'. .. • • • • • • ^ Orage .. . .... •. ... ;3 - JUVENILE HANDICAP. Barerlin 1 Land Rock .. .. .. .. .. Speech .... .. .... .... 3 HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP. 1st Division. . Goldbeater .. 1 Yarribitl 2 Cool Laddie .. .......... 3 2nd Division. Flipernell .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Woollahra .. .. ■... .. .. .. 2 Aelia .... .. 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP. " •Farceur .. .. ...... .... 1, Greendale ... .. .. ...... 2 Selected II WELTER HANDICAP. ; 1st Division. Greendale .. .. ... .. • • • • 1 •Pixie Lacl .. • 2 L.A 3 2nd Division. Endorean .. 1. Dainty T,oy .. ..~ 2 Sir Auclien .. . . 3

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BANNABY. (From Our District Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925

BANNABY. (From Our District Correspondent). The Christmas holidays passed Tery quietly in this locality, 110 sports or socials of any kind being held. Formerly it was customary for a.dance or two to be hold on Christmas, Box ing or New Year's night somewhere in' Bannabj;, Bullio, or Newfoundland, where there was always- a plentiful supply of "Christmas cheer" in a gallon kej; or more of "the very best," and there was; good rum in those days. The old'bands-remember the gallon keg that could always be pro duced, to which they could always add a decent supply of water and then warm the cockles of your heart. Christmas in bygone days was eager ly awaited weeks before, mum and dad would be preparing, white-wash ing every nook and corner, both in side and out, in fact, everything about the place got a touch-up in honour of Christmas. All, the kiddies always looked forward to Christmas and the I good things and amusement it pro vided. 'The old order of things hath en tirely changed, partic...

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