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CRICKET NORTH v SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
CRICKET NORTH v SOUTH. • These two teams met on Saturday | afternoon last lor the third time this season. South again proved their superiority. It may, however, he said that North were without the services of Messrs. W. J. Sanderson, Clem Bradbury, and L. Hewitt. Even with the help of these players it is very doubtful if the Northerners would he able to win. as their opponents possess the stronger batting side and with more variety in bowling. South on Saturday in their only knock com piled 167. To this amount E. Croke contributed *1S, Jack Byrne 20. E. Perry 47, and W. Keating 20. North .in their iirst innings could only manage to make 43, F. James 25 not out being the only batsman to do anything against the trundling , of Perry. Byrne, and Gordon, all of whom obtained good averages. North's second knock was much better, 101 runs being put together for the loss of seven wickets. IT. Kennedy was Koing well when he had his wicket skittled by one of Perry's fast de liveries. Dezius wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
BOOSTING TARALGA. FIRST Prize of 7/6, with a sec ^ ond prize of 2/6, will be giv en for the Best Essay written by any Boy or Girl .attending any of the Schools in Taralga or Oistrict on "Taralga's Poss ibilities," both from a produc tive and tourist standpoint. The competition will be left open until Saturday, 26th De cember. All letters will be judged by Editor of the "Echo," and the prizes awarded accordingly. TARALGA .REFRESHMENT ROOMS (JS'ext Banlc of N'.S.W.l KOH 'UP-TO-DATE K13Q UI REM 13NTS COMPRISING FANCY BOXES CHOCOLATES. TOYS GALORE. "HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM • ALL KINDS OF SUMMER DRINKS COMINO BROS., ■x Phone 26 —TARALGA.
DE GARIS DEAD? MISSING; LEAVES NOTE TO SAY HE WAS GOING TO SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
DE GARIS DEAD? MISSING; LEAVES NOTE TO SAY 1 HE WAS GOING TO SUICIDE. Mr. C. J. De Garis, who has often lieen before the public eye through ; his bold enterprise in promoting . syndicates, is reported missing. ' The police have been informed -that members of his staff deceived a last message from liim in the form of a farewell letter. His clothes were discovered in ii •car near Meltone beach (Vic)., but iio trace of his body lias yet been ■founrt, and the theory of suicide ap ■pears no be doubtful. ,j&lt; .fpARALGA — Arg.vle Hotel Stuliles. A. A. CUNNINGHAM (late of tbe 13rand Central Hotel, Goulburii) is 5j'i'i' -now in charge of the above, stables. 'jk'V .Horses and Parcels will receive fy- ! icareful attention. \ i r"Feed, 1/G; Stand in, Cd
DEATH OF FIRST SETTLER IN THE TARALGA DISTRICT. (From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
DEATH OF FIRST. SETTLER IN THE TARALGA DISTRICT. (From a Correspondent). : Sunday morning, last ■witnessed the | death of the first white man that be came a resident this side of the Cook buiuloon Ranges, namely Mr. Thomas Taylor, sen., of this, village—a man much respected by- all who kn^w him, and who would have beeii deep ly lamented were it not for the con sciousness his friends possess that his death was a happy release from such' a severe and protracted illness and suffering as few are called on to en dure, he having for the last sixteen months endured the most acute pain with but very little intermission. He was born in Cliorley, Lanca shire, January 19th, 1800, consequent ly dying in his 71st year. In the year 1822 lie was in the employ of the late James McArthur, of Camden, who had at that time a station at Suttoir Forest, where Taylor then resided. On the 9th November of" that year he accompanied Mr. McArthur across the Cookbimdoon to the Tarlo River in search of a new cat...
WOOL REPORT Sehute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 30th December:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
WOOL REPORT Scliute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report un der date 30tli December::— 1925 opens with encouraging aug urs', both as regards -wool and wheat, but conjoint financing oi both pro ducts on a large scale /during the next few months, at the exceptional prices current for each, devolves abnormal responsibilities upon bank ers throughout the Commonwealth. Perhaps bankers, therefore, are not awaiting developments of the threat ened maritime strike with as anxi ous concern as other traders are. Whilst an actual hold-up of extens ive. dimensions, especially if prolong ed for some weeks, would be as dis astrous as indefensible from the nor mal commercial point of view, there would be some liglit compensation in the fact that temporary cessation of exports would automatically bring about less strain upon the immediate financial resources of the banks, by spreading their commitments over a wider range of time. Nevertheless, it is to be hoped that common "sense will prevail, and that...
Goulburn Trots. SATURDAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
Goulburn Trots. SATURDAY'S MEETING." The meeting held at Goulburn on Saturday las>t, under the auspices of the Goulburn Trotting Club, was very poorly attended. J. T. Moloney's Lesnagar won the Encourage and Flying. Mayo's Lulu Chief annexed the Unhoppled Handicap and Cecil Hewitt s Swansea the President's Handicap. PROTEST DISMISSED. in the sixth race, the Unhoppled Handicap, the connections o£ the third' horse, Forbidden Jim, entered a protest against Lulu Chief being placed first and Kelvin Barry second on the grounds that both theBe horses so it was alleged, galloped past the post. Alter lull inquiry the Stipendi ary Steward (Mr. Fred Wood) decid ed that the horses would gain no ad vantage by galloping, and according ly dismissed the protest. ^ The steward's decision was in ac cordance with Rule 249. This distinct ly states that no horse can he penal ised for breaking provided that it is;; not a wiltul break and that no ad-' vantage is gained thereby. ; ■■■■*> During the d...
HEAVY STORM. CAUSES DEATH AT ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
HEAVY STORM. CAUSES DEATH AT ORANGE. A disastrous storm visited tlie Orange district at noon on Sunday. In a brief space of 'time the creeks in the neighbourhood became flood ed. The Uosliug Creek, the principal tributary of the town's water reser voir, which commences its course at the foot of the Old Man Canoblas, (Illicitly swelled and overflowed, rea ching a, considerable distanco from the banks.. The police have been informed that two travellers, endeavouring to cross with their swags, were drown ed in White's paddock, but the bod ies liave Hot yet been recovered. When the roaring . stream reached Orange it entered into the town's storni water channel, which passes through the main portion of the prin cipal lius'iii'ess places, and, overliv ing, through the inability of the bridge erected near the buildings in Lord's Place to cope with the water, carrying timber, trees, logs, and deb ris, it broke over the cement walls and the whole of Lord's Place at the intersection of Summer...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
WEDDING BELLS. &nbsp; &nbsp; LANG—DAWSON. &nbsp; The marriage of Mr. Huglne Lang, son of Mr. W. Lang, of Bannaby, and "Rock Lilly," Wombeyan, with Miss Violet Dawson, eldest daughter of Mr. H. T. J. Dawson anil Mrs. Daw- son, formerly headmaster ot the Taralga Public School, and now hold- ing a similar position at Bohnock, Manning River, was celebrated at St. James' Church of England, Wickham, on the 31st ultimo, at 5 p.m.. the Rev. Walter Marks officiating. The bride, who was given away bv her grand- father, was gowned in cream cash- mere de soi georgette. She wore a wreath and veil and carried a sheaf of white sweet peas, roses and lillies. The bridesmaid was Miss Gwen Daw- son (sister), who wore a frock of mauve crepe de chine with hat and shoes to match and carried a bouquet of sweet peas and palest pink baby roses. Mr. Don Lang, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a morroco handbag, and to the brides- &a...
ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ACCIDENT. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Major Twynam, whilst in Goulburn on Monday last, met with an accident to his car which probably could have &nbsp; &nbsp; ended with more disastrous results. The driver of a taxi car ran head on into the rear portion of Major Twy- nam's car with the result that the &nbsp; both hind wheels of the latter car were badly smashed.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 January 1925
PERSONAL. Mrs.. C.; S. Bradbury and family visited Taralga for the holidays, spending a very enjoyable time. # # * Father O'Reilly, parish priest of Oberon, with his mother, motored through Taralga on Tuesday en route to the Sisters' of Mercy Convent, South Goulbu'rn, where his sisters are attending the x convent. Father O'Reilly is held in very high esteem by ail denominations. in and around Oberon. . * * " The Misses Wilcox sisters of Goul burn spent the week-end with Mr. Cecil and Mrs. Mooney. « * s Miss Rita Croke is also spending her holidays with- Mr. and Mrs. Mooriey. * * * • Mr. George Moloney, who lias a school in the Moss Vale district, is with his wife and family holidaying in Taralga with Mrs. Moloney and Mr. Jim'Moloney. ' , ; * » s Mr. B. Drew and Mrs. Drew of New castle motored through Taralga and spent several days with Sergeant and Mrs., Riordon. N ;> * * Mr. Bede Chester is . having a month's holiday in Sydney and the mountains; . "V * « * Mr. MattTFinlayson is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
ITVARALGA.—Argyle Hotel Stables. A. A. CUNNINGHAM (late of the Grand Central Hotel, Goulburn) is now in charge oE the above stables. Horses and Parcels will receive careful attention. Feed, 1/6; Stand in, fid. -GOLSPIE CATHOLIC CHURCH. Annual Sports TO BE HELD 13th FEB., 1925. PROGRAMME: First Event 2 p.m. " 1.—Footrace, 75yds. (boys), 14 ;and under. 2.—Footrace (girls), 50yds., 11 and under. ' r 3.—Ladies' Stepping the Distance. 4.—Gent.'s Stepping the Distance. 5.—Tug-o'War, Golspie Team (10 • aside) against any district team. ' 6.—Throwing at Wicket (ladies). 7—Throwing at Wicket (gents.). 8.—Tilting the Ring. 9.—Putting the Shot. 10—Handicap Hop, Step and Jump, all comers. . 11.—Ladies' Nail Driving. 12.—Handicap Footrace, adults. (all comers), 75yds. 13:—Handicap High Jump (gents.) GueBBing Live Weight ot Sheep and other events to suit young and old. Afternoon Tea on Ground. Grand Ball to Follow. E. LAWLER, Sec. For * the Best Ice Creams, Summer Drinks, and High class Confectio...
WIT AND HUMORS LOOKING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
WIT AND HUMORS LOOKING AHEAD. >.J; • The Comforter: "Well, how arei 'e doin' now? You're showin' pretty bad." ' The Sick One: "No, I'mj not too good." • ' : ~ -' The Comforter: "I was just think ing as I come in, 5t'd be'n an awk'ard house to get a coffin in.";; • • • At the show Mr. Woolley Whisk ers was leaning over the pig pens discussing things in general and pigs in particular. Says he: "Well, I've tried sheep and I've tried cattle, and now I'm trying pigs; them Berkshire sort; but none of them to do. I see as 'ow they are trying these Artes ian" bores, and I was thinking of get ting one of e'm and crossing it with the Berkshire sows,- and seein' if that will improve things." ♦ .» ♦ Visitor: "So you have triplets at your house. Has your father names for them yet?" Willie: "Yes, but I don't think-any Minister would baptise them with the names Pa calls them." * « « The Tramp (to Aviator): "I got nothin' agin you flying blokes, but wid them road 'ogs in the cars as go through T...
On a World Tour. IMPRESSIONS OF MR. J. MORIARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
|; On a World Tour. , . IMPRESSIONS OF MR. J. MORI .. . ARTY. We reprint the tollowing,from the rAriah Park "News," forwarded per .Mr; G-.T. Goodhew, of Sydney? by . Mr: :Smede (the recipient), who was responsible for haying the article published. Mr. Smede was formerly a resident of Taralga: ■ Mr. J. Moriarty, who has interest ed his Ariah' Park friends with im pressions of his world tour, is now returning home, and we append his : ninth and final budget:— Gap of Dunloe, ' ^ Killarney, Ireland. Sir,—It is some time since I sent some news, my time having been ful ly 'engaged in enjoying a most won derful- time. The people here are glorious—the greatest people in the -world for sport and amusement. Hard ly a night passes without a dance in - some house, or in halls and on cement platforms by the roadside. ■ Strange that such love for amusement should go hand-in-hand with the most relig ious observances I ever saw. But it is so. The people are genuinely re ligious, almost to the exten...
SHOW FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
SHOW FIXTURES. Kiama Jan. 24,~ 26. Wollongong Jan. 29, 30, 31. Tahmoor and Courldjah . .Feb. 13, 14. Guyra .. Feb. 17, 18, 19. Blacktown Feb. 27, 28. Manning River .. .." March 4, 5, 6! Rerrima . March 6, G, 7. Mudgee March 10, 11, 12 Taralga .. March 12, 13. Crookwell .. . ,. .. March 19, 20, 21. Cooina .. ... .. v.'.. .. Marclj'25 26. R. A.. S. of N.S.W. ... April 6 to IE}. Gloucester .. .. .. ... .. April 22, 23;.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
TARALGA. A FAREWELL Social Evening will *Vbe tenderedrto MR. & MRS. W. J. SANDERSON IN - ■' ' FEDERAL HAUL, T ARAL9A ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, 28th INST! LADIES PROVIDE. E. LEE, ■ Hon. Secretary. FOR THE— Best Fruit In Season ALSO • Vegetables TEY COMINO BROS., Telephone 26. TARALGA. TARALGA Wild West Pictures FEDERAL HALL. Saturday, 24th January. "NOTORIETY." "NOTORIETY." "NOTORIETY." "NOTORIETY." "NOTORIETY." "NOTORIETY." ALL STAR CAST. ALL STAR CAST. ALL STAR CAST. ALL STAR CAST. FOX PROGRAMME. . TWO FEATURES.' — AND — GOOD COMEDY. Price, 1/6. Children, 9d. FOLEY BROS. LTD. FARM AND DAIRY' PRODUCE SALESMEN, . - - SYDNEY - - - JpARMERSI FOR BEST RESULTS; CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE TO A FIRM OF 60 YEARS STANDING. TOP. PRICES AND PROMPT RE TURNS ASSURED. Eczema starts with small irritating patches. Ulcers and flesh-eating sores spring from t iny pimples, in ~ many cases. You cannot begin too soon taking care of your skin. A daily dressing o f Zam-Buk will pre serre health. If you are alr...
BARRALLIER. (From Our Correspondent.). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
BARRALLIER. * (From Our Correspondent.). Good rains fell during the week, and so l'ar 1U5 points have been reg istered. Despite the exceptionally dry spell we have been experiencing'' the last few months, stock are in good condition. Sheep dipping is in progress and owners are anxiously . watching out for any "straggler woolly" sheep that may have missed ' the muster at shearing time. Several dingoes have been seon further down the Wollomlillv ami ' i about the highlands towards Colon'g, | but so far they have not done any j serious damage to the flocks. Work has commenced on the erection of ; the Mittagong-Barrallier telephone;' | line. Mr. D. E. Chalker, of Hilltop ! has the contract, and it is expected j that the job will take at least; six mouths, as there is a good. deal;'of i' clearing to be done along the routo.