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TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
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 Hates:—Casual 3/ per inch single column; contracts by ar rangement tor 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 proprietors d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
^e.EVEirt 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, 36 x27, £11/5/ Pricea F.O.R. Sydney ** The above Prices are for Stove with Extended Fire Box, made specially for country use, to burn long lengths of wood fuel. WE CAN ALSO SUPPLY METTERS, BEACONLIGHT, DOVER AND BEGIN A STOVES AT MANUFACTURERS PRICE. SO WHEN YOU REQUIRE A NEW STOVE OF ANY DESCRIPTION SEE US. Goodhew Bros., (The Value and Service Store) GENERAL IMPORTERS, ( Phone 5) TARALGA.
GUNNING RACES. HANDICAPS FOR MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
GUNNING RACES. HANDICAPS/FOR MONDAY. The following handicaps have been declared'lor the races to be held at Gunning on Anniversary- Day (Mon: day next), under the auspices o£-the Gunning (A.R.C.) Race Club:— : 'j* OPENING HANDICAP—5 furlongs. Plain Bill .. .. .. ....... 10 3;.u Whela .. 9 .3 $ Hazel May .. 9 0 Gratuity ..So ■'-/ Grand Malt .. " S 5 "• John Chinaman .... S 0 ■ Hinemoa S 0» Peach Pie .. .. ... r. •• SO.' OPEN MAIDEN—4 furs. Christma sBullion .; . . .. 8.5 Good Company .. .. .. S 10, Havelon .......... S 0 Omali 8 5 Follv ; .. .. .Y 8 5 Katie .. .. .. .. •• ..S 0 Query ....... .. .-. ..' 8 0 Third Toy .. .. V. ... .. S 7 Ailie ....!) 5 ' Hinemoa .. .. .... S 10 .. John Chinaman .'. . . .. 8 7 • Gratuity .: ... 9 9 FLYING HANDICAP—6 furlongs.. Strenuous .. .. .. 8 7 Peach Pie .. ...... S 5 Hazel May .. .. . . . . . . ' 9 0 . Grand Malt .. .. .. 8 -9 GUNNING HANDICAP—1 mile Jack Stitch 9 2 • Some Stitch (late Love - Stitch) 9 2 Plain Bill .. 10 0 Wliela ... 9 0 Peach Pie...
The Taralga Erbo. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. St. Joseph's College North Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
$(« teulp irjjffi SATUUDAY, JANUARY 24, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL EXAMIN ATIONS. St. Joseph's Collegef North Goulburn. Miss Daphne Boys, who won a scholarship at last year's intermed iate, has again passed in the follow ing subjects:—IB, 3B, 4B, 5A, 6B, 121), 1SB, 22B. Miss Boys is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boys, of "The Dane," Gols pie. St. Patrick's College, Goulburn. ■ Master Frank Jones has also suc cessfully fassed in subjects:—1A; •IB, 5B, 6A, 7B, 9A," 10A. Master Jones is a grandson of Mrs. Moloney and a nephew of Mr. Jim Moloney, Taralga, and Mr. T. P. Mo loney, solicitor. Goulburn. He was successful in -winning a bursary at the Narroniine Convent School a couple of years ago. The King's School, Parramatta. Master William Keith Wood, son of Mr. and Mrt. C. H. Wood, Sydney, and a nephew of Mr. W. J. Jeffery, of Taralga, has also successfully pass ed the intermediate. Goulburn High School. . Miss Jean Fitzgibbon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Fitzgibb...
Motor Car Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
Motor Car Accident. Messrs. Henry and Martin Ander son, of Wheeo, and Miss Grace Grant, who were visiting Taralga for the wedding on Wednesday, met with an accident which might have ended with perhaps fatal results only for the presence of mind of Mr. Martin Anderson, who was driving tlie car. Just after passing Woolslied Creek the steering gear, it is surmised, went wrong, and Mr. Anderson, real ising the seriousness of the situation, promptly applied the brakes at the same moment bringing tlie car sud denly back to the road, v.-itli the re suit that the car suddenly capsized pinning the occupants bencai.li. Mr. George Anderson, who was in the rear driving another car, quickly went to the rescue, and wii.ii p;i;ier human strength lifted the overturn ed car onto its wheels, thus releas ing the occupants fioui lliei:' peril ous position. Miss Grant '.-scaped un hurt,' whilst Mr. Henry Ander.son sus tained a lacerated hand necessitat ing seven stitches. Mr. Mat tin An derson received ...
BOOSTING TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
BOOSTING TARALGA. L FIRST Prize of 7/6, with a sec- i 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 District on "Taralga's Poss ibilities," both from a produc tive and tourist standpoint. The competition will be left open until Saturday, 31st Jan. All letters will be judged by , Editor of the "Echo," and the , prizes awarded accordingly.
WHEAT AT INVERELL. Over 54 Bushels Per Acre. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
WHEAT AT INVERELL. Over 54 Bushels Per Acre. Mr. McAuley, agricultural inspec tor. has concluded the variety trials with wheat on Mr. M. Daly's farm at Xullamanna. Eight kinds were tested on a red loam, which was ploughed eight inches deep on Janu ary 23, disc cultivated in May, re" plouglied four inches deep in August of the same year, and cultivated again in April, 1924. It was sown on May 12 and 13, no manure of any kind being used. The results were: Cleve land. 54 bushels 71b; Aussie. iy bush els 561b; AVaratali, 48 bushels 45Jb; Yandilla King, 45 bushels 471b: Claren don, 41 bushels 201b; Hiverina, 3!) bushels 101b; Canberra, 37 bushels; Florence, 33 bushels. The average of the eight varieties was 43 bushels 3Slb.
(Published by Arrangement). PERSONAL HABITS OF CITIZENS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
(Published by Arrangement). PERSONAL HABITS OF CITIZENS. "The Prohibition Amendment 5n the American Constitution," declared the President o£ the South Dakota Association, Mr. Charles Olin Bailey, "has imposed upon the Federal Government the duty of interfering with and regulating the Intimate personal habits of the citizens and has resulted in a most overwhelm ing disrespect for law. "I have no sympathy with those who bewail the prevailing disrcspect for law. To my mind, it would seem that the existing situation is far pre ferable to the conditions which would exist if such laws were actually en forced. The situation which would then arise would be unthinkable. Well-intentioned, bift ignorant zea lots and reformers have brought about the enactment of laws which cannot be enforced and which it would be a social crime to enforce. The community, unable to prevent the enactment of fool legislation, adopts the easiest course and ignores the laws."
No Side Issues. AT NEXT STATE ELECTIONS. COUNTRY ELECTORS' CLEAR DUTV. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
No Side Issues. . AT NEXT STATE ELECTIONS. COUNTRY ELECTORS' CLEAR DUTV. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) I (BY M. DIXON.) ■ There is now litt'.e doubt that the next State elections will be held in May, and already the Government is taking all possible steps to fill every, vacancy in the Public Service in order that 110 "plums" may be left for its successor, if, as is expected, Sir George Fuller loses his majority. Tlieir action is, of course, quite legitimate; public service vacancies have to be filled; but the incident is worth noting as an indication of the government doubts of its ability to secure a further lease of the Treas ' ury benches. It has been announced'that another short session will be held before Par liament dissolves for the express pur pose of passing the Ne Temere Bill— the contentious piece of legislation which was passed by the Assembly, but rejected by the Legislative ...
Taralga Band Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
Taralga Band Sports. These sports, which will be held 011 the Showground on Anniversary Day, promise to be most successful. Keen interest is being taken in the chall enge tug-o'-war. Five teams contem plate taking part, viz.: Taralga, Rich lands, Wojnbeyau, Golspie and Rail way Workers. This event attract quite a lot of interest outside of the many other interesting items on the programme. A grand ball will be held in the evening, for which music will be sup plied by the Band and Band Orches tra.
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). WEATHER. The past week has been stormy and broken throughout, with heavy rain on two days, the total registered here being 260 points. i-:. ' DISTRICT SHOW EXHIBIT.-v Those interested in this movement desire to keep the matter before "the residents generally. The district has given a promise to the Taralga; ?So ciety to enter an exhibit at the coming Show, and to fail will be & serious breach of faith on our part. It*, is sincerely hoped that every resident will bear this in mind and do every thing possible to assist with articles for exhibition. Mr. Viles, of Taral ga. is always willing to give advice to anyone interested, and as a mem ber of the special committee, will be pleased to do all in his power to as sist. FISHING. Some of our local fishermen are persistent in their efforts to land the elusive trout, but no big hauls are. reported. About 4Jlbs. has been the. heaviest caught for some time, so Dick Marmont's record still holds. RUMOR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
Up-to-Da.te Designs. jSJanofa-ctuued•.from Best Selected Timbers. ROGERS' QU AI 11 ¥ linked with ROGERS' REASONABLE PRICES will give you the greatest return for your money. ~ ■ Wfi PRICE LIST OF GOODS ILLUSTRATED 13. Lough Boy, Pacific Oak, golden finish, 4 ft wide, one side fitted with sliding trays, and the other full hanging space with sliding coat hangers. £14 19/6. .. 14. Bedroom Suite, 4ft. Gin. robe, hat shelf and full hanging space; 3ft. Gin. Dres . sing Chest, and Pedestal Cupboard. Pacific Oak, golden finish, £27; Waxed Maple, £28 10/; Sycamore Grey, £30. 15. Combination 'Wardrobe and Dressing Chest, Pacific Oak, golden finish, 4ft. wide, locks to every drawer. £13 10/. 16. Bedroom Suite, 4ft. Gin. robe. 2 mirrors, full hanging space and 2 drawers; 3ft. Gin. Bvessirtg 'Table; -Bedestal-. 24hi. Pacific Oak, £27 10/: beautifully figured. Waxed Queensland Maple, £28 17/6. 17. Dining Room Suite, in Waxed Maple, nicely finished, comprising 4ft. Gin. Side board, 2 cupboards with...
The National Party is a True Country Party. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
The National Party is a True Country Party. The National Party is not a sec tional party. It protects and pro motes the interests or all classes ol' the community. If, however, by sympathy and by service, it is the party of one class more than anoth er, it is a producers' party—a party whose chief aim is to promote prim ary and secondary production, and thus to increase the prosperity of the people as a whole. "Our founda tions are in the soil." This is a fact to which 110 political party is more thoroughly alive than is the National Party. The National Party must inevitably be a true Country Party for this im portant reason, among others, that a great proportion of its strength is in the rural constituencies, and that a large proportion of its parliamentary corps in New South Wales, as else where, have a rural outlook—members being representatives of country con stituencies, or having farming ante cedents—and that the Ministers ' of the Fuller Cabinet are nearly all one or both of ...
Grookwell Special Sale. SHEEP AND CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
Grookwell Special Sale. SHEEP AND CATTLE. Messrs. O. H. Furner & Co. report having held a very successful special sale ol sheep and cattle on Tuesday of last week, when 5654 sheep and 349 cattle were yarded, the whole yarding being disposed of with the exception o£ two yards of Merino wethers, which are now being treated for privately. There was a good attendance of buyers present, both local ond from outside centres, Goulburn, Taralga, Bigga, Tuena and Porters' Retreat being well reuresented. Prices for both sheep and cattle were good, the market holding strong throughout. Fat sheep made 32/6 to 33/6, Merino wethers 30/6 to 33/, Merino wethers, late shorn, 27/6 to 29/6. Comeback wethers to 31/4, Merino ewes, mixed ages, 26/3 to 30/6, Merino ewes and wethers, 2-tooth, 28/ to 30/6, aged Me rino ewes with late lambs at foot (all counted) 23/6 to 24/6, aged Mer ino ewes to 26/3. CATTLE PRICES. Fat bullocks £9/10/ to £10, bull ocks, 4 years, to £S/1/, bullocks, 3 years, £6/6/ to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
A PRODUCERS' PARTY. NO GOVERNMENT ever did so much as the Fuller Administration has done for Primary Production and the Primary Producers—for the farmers of to-day and to-mor row. THE PROOFS ? Within is a partial summary of the work done; but the best proofs are to be found in the sta tistics of rural advance and in all the evidences of rural pros perity under Nationalism.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
PERSONAL. Mr. E. Lee lias beeti appointed Coroner for the State of New South Wales generally, vice Mr. H. B. Whiting', who has resigned. *' * » Miss Fanny Bradbury, of Headlands, Exeter, is at present staying with Mr., and Mrs. C. C. Bradbury, Curra weela. * * » Mrs. Byers, of Nerriga, is staying with her mother (Mrs. Mudie), of the Argyle Hotel, Tarajga, for a few weeks. ' * * * Mr. Mort Mudie, who was formerly on the "Argyle Liberal," Crookwell, has been spending a couple of weeks with his mother (Mrs. Mudie) prior to taking up press work in Sydney. * » » Mr. W. J. Sanderson, who has been in charge of the local public school for the past three and a half years, has been appointed to a similar pos ition at Yenda, a rapidly rising town on the Murrimbidgee Irrigation Area. Mr. -Sanderson will take up duties at Yenda on the 3rd February next. * * * Mrs. G. C. Goodhew and Mrs. North are spending a few weeks with their mother at Coogee. ♦ * * Mrs. E. Lee is also visiting her par ents at...
The Ashes. AUSTRALIA WINS. ONLY 11 RUNS TO SPARE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
The Ashes. AUSTRALIA WINS. ONLY 11 RUNS TO SPARE. WHEN play commenced in the final stage of the third Test at Adelaide yesterday morn ing England wanted 27 runs to win and had two wickets in hand —but Australia won. Seemingly, victory was not to bo England's, for the side was dismiss ed with a deficit of 12 runs to win. The scores were as follows:— AUSTRALIA—1st Innings . 489 AUSTRALIA—2nd Innings . 250 TOTAL ... .. .. ENGLAND—1st Innings ENGLAND—2nd Innings TOTAL .. .. .. .. 728 Australia, therefore, has won the threo first Tests, and; incidentally, the Ashes. It is comforting, perhaps, to know that the three matches necessary to retain the -Ashes are safely in the bag. Had the Englishmen won this match, however, it would have created con siderable interest in the two matches to be played—one at Melbourne and one at Sydney. ; .. 739 v r;.365 . V .. 363
WOMBEYAN. HON. CHAS. OAKES TO VISIT CAVES TO-MORROW—SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
WOMBEYAN. HON. CHAS. OAKES TO VISIT CAVES TO-MORROW—SUNDAY. For 6ome time past Mr. M. V. Mor ton, M.L.A., one of our State mem bers for Wollondilly, lias been pusli , ing the claims of the Wombeyan Caves for the needed improvement, mainly in regard to electric lighting and extended accommodation for ' visitors. We are now Informed that the Chief Secretary (Hon. C. W. Oakes) willvis it Taralga and the Wombeyan Caves on Sunday next. We feel sure that sufficient evid ence will l)'e brought under the notice of the ' Minister to warrant him Riv ing instructions., for immediate im provements. - -
The Utmost in Motor Car Values. ROLLIN SURPASSES EXPECTATIONS. The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-operative Co. writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
The Utmost in Motor Gar Values. ROLLIN SURPASSES EXPECTA TIONS. - Tlie Secretary, Farmers i iers' Co-operative Co. writes Ever since the Rolliu Motor Car first made its appearance in Australia it has met with the unqualified ap proval of the motoring public. This is in a - measure due to the fact that this Co-operative Organisation bears a reputation as a sound,' conservat ive, reputable business house. - It was realised from the outset that any car which the F. & G. might place on the market must, of neces sity, be something out. of the ordinary —and be, from the Company's stand point, a sound investment to the buy er. In other words, we could not af ford to jeopardise our reputation. With the end .in view of providing the Australian motoring public with the very best value that they could get in motor oars, the Management studied the motor car market very closely and, after exhaustive investi gations and lengthy negotiations, the Rollin was chosen. This car has, in every w...