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Taralga A., P. & H. Society ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
Taralga A., P. & H. Society ANNUAL SHOW. The railway workers engaged on the Taralga railway have ddnated a prize o£ Ave pounds for an open tug o'-war, ten men aside, at the "forth coming show to be held on the 12th • and 13th March. Already several teams in the district signify their intention of competing. The railway workers hope to be able to place two teams in the field. The committee gratefully appreciated the railway men's help which will greatly add to the attractions of this year's fixture, which is the uOth show, and which the committee trust, by inaug urating a district product display and other innovations, to make the most successful one yet held. Membership fees and donations are coming to hand and the committee will be glad to receive further dona tions in the • way of special prizes, also members' subscriptions, which can be forwarded or handed to the secretary, Mr. "\V. J. Jeffery, Orchard street, Taralga.
NOXIOUS WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
NOXIOUS WEEDS. A problem facing the shires is the spread of noxious weeds, particularly the star thistles (says the "Sydney Morning Herald"), which are menac ing private holdings. Settlers are complaining about the laxity of coun cils in allowing noxious weeds to go to seed, but the financial position is so acute in most' shires that it is ab solutely impossible to find the money for closing the roads. In some cases the shires have issued instructions to their engineers to put on gangs of men to mow the star thistle along the roads, relying on the new year's rates to pay for the work, but the pity is that the thistles now In full seed should have been cut down months ago.
CROOKWELL AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
CRQOKWELL AMATEUR ING CLUB. Under the auspices of the Crook well'Swimming Clul). a carnival will lie held at the Big Hole, Crookvvell, on Saturday, 21st February. An at tractive programme will be presented. Probably Taralga swimmers will compete in the events. | Arrangements are well in haud lor the construction of swimming baths right in the .town, a suitable position having' been located.
PEELWOOD RACES. CUP TO JACK STITCH. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
PEELWOOD RACES. CUP TO JACK STITCH. The Peelwood annual (cup) meeting was hold on Saturday last In fine weather, having been postponed from the previous day owing- to rain. A successful meeting was registered. Results:— OPEN HANDICAP—Furlongs. Mrs. T. E. Campbell's AVHELA, (Webster) .. 1 AV. A. Stephen's Jack Stitch, 0.4 S.13 (Cook) .. 2 Others: Argusfoot, 8.10; . Sunset Glow, S.7. a Betting: -1/6 Jack Stitch, 2/1 AVliela, 4/1 Argusfoot and Sunset Glow. TRIAL HANDICAP—5 Furlongs. W. A. Stephen's A1L1E, S.12 (Webster) .. '1 Beplate's Red Sheik. 10.0 (Miller) 2 Others: Wonganell, 0.10; My Pal, S.0: Heiress. S.0; Sun Pan, 8.0: Omali, 8,0. . Betting: Evens Red Sheik, 2/1 Wonganell, 3/1 Ailic, 5/1 Heiress 10/1 others. PEELWOOD CUP HANDICAP—6f. AV. A. Stephen's JACK STITCH, 9.2 (AA'ebster) 1 Beplate's Pal o' Mine, 9.0 (Wall ace) ... / 2 Others: Arch Margot, 9.0; Strenu ous, 8.0. Betting: ' Evens Jack Stitch, 2/1 Pal o' Mine or Strenuous, 5/1 Arch Margot. HACK RACE—4 furlongs. First Divisi...
RACING. Selections By "Spearfelt." RANDWICK RACES TO-DAY. HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
RACING. Selections By "Spearfelt." "RANDWICK RACES TO-DAY. HURDLE. Cliaudonia .. .. ...... 1 Loatek .. ...'... .'. .. ... '2 ■ Kilwa . ..... .. .'. .... .. 3 THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. "Giggle .. Booster... . Miss Popple CHALLENGE STAKES. Bairn ... 1 Parody .. .... «... .. 2 The Hawk .. .. .. . 3 NURSERY HANDICAP. Coinage .. ..... . . . .... 1 Crystal .. .. - 2 Qnanza ....... .... .. 3 JANUARY HANDICAP. Gleu Song -' • 1 Prince Woorak 2 Wild Goose .. .. .. 3 WELTER HANDICAP. True Wish .. .! ..1 Woollahra 2 White Lily .. .. .. .. 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
"™■"■■ 60LDSBR0UGH, MORI & 00. Ltd., WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES .*. HIGHEST PRICES /. AND PROMPT RETURNS Write for WAYBIUL8, LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K- de La CUDMORE, Manager, CHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager, NEW YEAR OPTIMISM JJAV Many Bounteous Seasons and Abundance of Wool and Stock make Prosperity Coma Your Way, is the Hearty Good Wish of — PITT. SON a -TO THE MAN ON THE LAND. S. A. BURNS, LTD., L TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street - GOULBUR.N. Telephone 412. WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opem Accounts from 1/- upwards. Pays i% Interest on every £ up to jCHOO, and 34% on any excess to £1000. Accepts Personal, Joint, Trust, and Children's Accounts. OVER A MILLION DEPOSITORS 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 WRITS...
(Published by Arrangement.) PROHIBITION ENTAILS EXTRA JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
• (Published by Arrangement.) PROHIBITION ENTAILS EXTRA JUDGES. "After a careful review of the doc kets in each of the District Courts," says the New York "Times," "it was thu decision of the conference of U.S.A. Federal Circuit Judges that the congestion of the Federal Courts could only he relieved by additional judges. "The conference found that in the large cities and in other districts where condition lead to many vio lations of the Prohibition Act, tlie con gestion in the criminal business has cent increase in the number of District Judges."
WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd., report under date 12th January:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
MXOL REPORT Golilsbrough, Mort anil Co., Ltd., re port under date 12tli January:— Bv auction anil privately since our Hth December sale we have disposed of G020 bales. L. L. Garry, Binalong.—A super wool, soft, bright, good quality, well grown, attractive condition, free and well prepared. (Super lines sold): AAA Co., 42Jd; AA Co E,H, 39Jd. H. C. Suttor, Peel.—Bright, fine good staple and condition, few burrs: AAW,13, 413d; 1st P, 31}d. Bright, 1 fine, good staple, attractive condition, l'ew seeds: AACBW.H. 37d; Bkn. CB, 32Jd. John Collins. Bevendale.—Bright, cood cmality and staple, generous con- | (ltiion: AAB.W, 40Jd; AAAH, 393d: AAB. 383d; 1st P, 353d W. T. Buvrows, Wagga Wagga.— Bright, good length, quality, colour and condition: AAAW, Sfljd; AAW, 361d: Broken W, 29d. Svkes Bros., Binalong.—Bright, soft, fine" qnality, good length, attractive condition, free. (Super lines unsold): AAAEW, 391d; AAEH, 3S4d; AAA EH, 38id; AAA Lbs, 32Jd. Bright, fliie, soft, good staple, attravtive...
Alleged Attempted Murder. CROOKWELL MAN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 January 1925
Alleged Attempted Murder. CROOKWELL MAN ARRESTED. Sergt. Corcoran (Crookwell) &nbsp; and Sergt. Hooper (Goulburn), on Saturday night last, arrested Cecil Edward Bates on a charge of attempted murder. Bates was subsequently brought before Mr. T. G. Flynn, J.P., on Sat- urday night, and charged with "That he did cause to be taken by Lydia Gertrude Florence Bates, poison, to wit, strychnine, at or near Crook- well, between December 12 and 27, with intent to murder." Accused (Bates) was remanded for eight days. Bail was not applied for, and the accused was lodged in the Goulburn Gaol.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925
SYDNEY WORLD-WIDE WOOL CENTRE, *pHE AUSTRALIAN WOOL CLIP is now. so well established among tli'e Nations of the World as to make- ail INTERNATIONAL PRO-; DUCT'-from-, which our wealth is drawn. ■ . To obtain this result is to choose the Salesmen with - Modern and Commodious" WOOL 'STORES with splendid LIGHTING : FACILITIES ; and an Expert Staff, so that BUYERS from -all . parts of the World- can buy the Wool under. Ideal Conditions. : PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. will assure ■ you or all these AD VANTAGES—therefore communicate with PITT. SON 3i BADGERY. LTD. WOOL,;PRODUCE, SHEEP, CATTLE PIG SALESMEN, SYDNEY.; S. A. BURNS, as, TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, - Verner Street - - - , GOULBURlN; Telephone 412. J WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Openi Acconnts from 1/- upwards. rays 1% Interest on every £ up to £500, and 8j% on any excess to £1000. Accepts Personal, Joint, Trust, and Children's Accounts. OVER A MILLION DEPOSITORS RURAL BANK DEPARTMENT 1 Ope...
Lack of Knowledge. IN DROWNING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925
Lack of Knowledge. DROWNING CASE. In returning a verdict o£ accident al death in the case o£ the 18 months' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Goodman, ol Burrangong Siding, who was drowned by falling into a dam, the Coroner commented 011 the fact that few people knew what to do in drowning cases. He suggested that efforts should be made to teach people, especially chil dren, in the schools. If the knowledge were more widely distributed many lives might be saved. / - Every single individual in the coun try must inevitably benefit if in creased attention is given to country interested, and this will undoubtedly be the case if every Progressive can didate is returned at the top of the poll. It is a golden opportunity for the country to practice self-help, and it should be grasped with both hands.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925
rtVouNce/p,, 'S£ EVEff&lt; 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,33x 27,£10/10/ No. 5 W, 36 x 27,-£11/5'/ Pi ices F.O.R. Sydney The above Prices are for Stove with Extended Fiie Box, utade specially for country use, to burn long lengths of wood fuel. : . WE CAN ALSO SUPPLY-METTEllS, BEACOWGHT, DOVER AND REGINA 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.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925
^0LPSRftOUGH; JWORT & CO, Ltd., STOEY WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION ACENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPTRETURNS Write for WAYBILLS, LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. * de L. OUOMORE. Man agar. OHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager. 71
The Taralga [?]o. SATURDAY; JANUARY 31, 1925. TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925
8mlp fxgo. SATURDAY; JANUARY 31, 1025. TO OUR READERS. 1 We wish to emphasise that corres pondence contributed and appearing in these columns from time to time iloes not necessarily carry 'our en dorsement, neither does it always ex press the opinion of this jonrnal. Definitely, we desire it understood that in the event of correspondence . appearing in the columns of the "Echo," accepted .anil published1 in good faith,- that: might offend'the pol itical or religious views, of 'our. read ers,'.then we are-truly sorry; it is unintentional on our part. • The policy of the' "Echo" is nei ther to cause-strife nor to champion any particular organisation or creed, and so -far :asv lies in our power*the sensativeness of the populace on these matters will be duly'observed in our columus.: : : The mission of the :"Echo" is to. place, in your hands a: true record of the doings and.. happenings • of- your district and beyond. ; When the "Echo", finds it incumbent to use its columns.■,to espouse...
Up to the Country. CHANCE TO HELP ITSELF. FIGURES WORTH STUDYING. (It must be clearly understood that, the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925
Up tol the > Cp^u n t r y. • CHANCE'.TO HELP iTSELF. : FIGURES WORTH STUDYING. (It must be clearly understood that, the views expressed in the following; article are not necessarily: endorsed by this paper.) " (BY M. DIXON.) •' In this 'series of articles it lias been stressed'over-and over again that the justification,'for the existence of the Progressive Pfirty lies in the fact that it represents the people: who have made Australia what it is in the face of tremendous difficulties. - The men and women who rave had the courage- and vision to face the obstacles which confronted them at every turn in their efforts to win wealth from Australia's bountiful soil have so far received small recog nition and hopelessly inadequate en couragement. The great cities which have been built as a result of their efforts; the countless millions they have clothed and fed, and the high position to which they have- lifted Australia's name amongst the nations of the world are monuments of in dustry,...
LOCAL and GENERAL GOLSPIE CATHOLIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925
LOCAL and GENERAL, j ■ ' • i GOLSPIE CATHOLIC SPORTS. Tlie sports which will be held on the 13th of. February in aid of the above church promise ;to ,be most suc cessful. A strong committee is.leav ing no stone' unturned to make the afternoon'a'nlost pleasant ■■and inter? ' tsstiug one .one. In ' doing this the committee ask for tlie co-operation of residents throughout the district. The Golspie people have always willingly given their help to all worthy objects m-.the district and it is to he hoped tlie residents "will turn out in force-" ami nialco the afternoon a memorable one.
WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd., port under date 21st January:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925
WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd., port under date '21st January:— For our sale to-day we submitted a catalogue of; 6,032 bales, which in cluded a good selection.. principally from the Tablelands, and while most ot tlio clips- were splendidly grown and" attractive, generally speaking,: tliey were on the strong side, "and but lew lines of finewool were avail able. Crossbreds were well repre-. sented. and the supply of scoureds was small. , Coin petitibn . was somewhat re stricted, and although Japan operat ed with grea.t "freedom in all suitable lines and Germany lent valuable sup port, all other; section's were quiet. • Reports of the, Opening of sales in London with a weak, irregular mar ket at a decline of fully 5 to 1h per cent, on Merino and fine crossbred was not without effect on our mar ket, and values generally fended to lower levels with a good deal of ir regularity. Comebacks and all grades of crossbreds declined 5 to 10 per cent." The highest price, viz., ...