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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

::^ ;personal.w; Miss Dolly Elliott spent her hoM du.vs pleasantly with her uncle: and uuiit, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Elliott,- of. Hanuafoy.". ■:

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

SEND YOUR &SK!NS^ • PQITD 44 BRIDGES! Orb L. SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents. Personal Attention •To Every Lot.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

WIT AND HUMOR/ Tlit; jolio recently published in the ''Echo" regarding MaeRofoertson and tlio Tarnlga train,_;was read through by a district man;-and his-sole com ment .was VSVoll, but there is no train to - Taralga.'': An ; he was. not a . Scotchman cither. • ■ • .-.*M}ke"' came home, to ■ .Taralga one*; flight with 7 a deep ..bawl,' of-bladc ■ieTepe around his hat.: - "-Why,Mike!" cxclaimed."his wiTo, "what/'aro ye : woarin' that mournful / 'thing fofr" v'v 'Tm .-wearlu' . it - ior. yer first hus band;"-replied Mike, firmly. "Pin, sorry he diocl."

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

TARALGA Special Stock Sale TO-DAY, SATURDAY, JAN 31st. CHVS s. BRADBURY ■y^ILL Sell by Auction at Mudie's Yards at 1.30:— '1700 MIXED SHEEP. 150 HEAD CATTLE. Comprising— SHEEP. . . S00 Fine Comeback Ewes, 4' and. 6 tooth, good lot. - 100 Merino Ewes, 2 and 4 tooth. ' .■ 300 Com.eback Lambs,, as dropped. 'j 100 Aged Merino Ewes. t 200 Merino Wethers, 2. tooth, good-, quality. , - 200 Comeback Wethers, 2 tooth. 100" Crossbred Wethers, 2 tooth. 100 Crossbred Lambs, as dropped. ; .300 Mixed Sheep, in small lots. v . CATTLE, 150 HEAD. 50" Steers,' 2h years,. all good sorts.; • local bred. - /. . v 15 Bullocks, 3-and 4 years, fat.; , 40 Heifers, _ 2 and 3 years, . from Obcron. ■; 15 Heifers, 11 to 2 years,. good sorts ■ 10 Store Cows: . . 20 Mixed Cattle.■ 2 GOOD PONIES. . - Friday, 6th February At 11 o'clock. W. m Wheatley Will Sell by Auction 4T THE CltOOKWElI, VARIW On Above Date: 500 Mixed Sheep ALSO 25 Head of Cattle For the Best Ice Creams. Summer Drinks, antl High class Confectione...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

Up-to-Datk Designs Manufactured from Best Ski ected Timbers. HOGKliS' QUALITY'linked with ROGERS' JUEASONaBLK PRICES will give yon I lie greatest return for-your money. m m | PRICE LIST | OF ' GOODS ILLUSTRATED 13. Lough Boy, Pacific Oak, golden finish, 4ft wide, one side fitted with sliding trays, and the other full hanging space with sliding coat hangers. £14 19/6. .. 14. Bedroom Suite, 4ft'. 6in. 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.. 6in. Dressing Table; -P-edestal, 24iu. 1 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 le...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shearing Shed Rumpus. DEFENDANT BOUND OVER. McNEILLY v. TOOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

Shearing Shed Rumpus. DEFENDANT BOUND OVER. ■ McNEILLY v. TOOLE. ;^Be£ore: Mr.:G. R. WiUiams, P.M., on Tuesday;- Richard " William McNeilly proceeded- - against Bert Toole for threatening. language. . The defendant pleaded not guilty. ';-R;cliard William McNeilly, the complainant, deposed: I am a sliear sing: expert and reside at Taralga. On. the"17th of November last defendant and-'I were at the shearing shed at Chatsbury. - On the 15th instant we had an argumont arid-he accused me of saying -certain things. 1 told him ■I had done so,-and that the man who told me would be at the shed on the ;l7th .instant. The man was there then. : This man said (in defendant's presence), "I. told you, JDick." With that'this man left; Defendant was . very-wild and said; L will bash •your brains out." In conse quence of that statement and defend ant's conduct since, I am afraid that he will do me some serious injury until he is bound over by the Court. Alexander, McNeilly deposed: I am a farmer and ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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HONEST JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

HONEST JOHN. There's a specimen ot humanity, known as Honest John. . He isn't very fat, or thin, or is he very long. ' His sole ambition seems in life/ to: cause troublq, where lie can, OC the consequences of these brawls,? "'Si .... lie doesn't care a dam He is a returned' Vnzac, woff the *; . . war with a Lewis gun, - — - And, like the London Johnnie,-says;*. "My word, 'twas awful fnn,-—-v?. The din, and noise, the shot and shell;? ;1: the thunder, and the . ram. And folic nod in sympathy. when lie . says, "It simply turned my brain." : One day Honest John w.ent forth in state, into O'Brien's camp, " ■ With notions in his mighty brain, the Ganger p'raps to tramp,. -a But found he'd missed his marli by - Vi miles, and Bure as all fools must, _ They saw him _fly into the air, then —;. severely bite the dust. • - , He was fighting again at'Ansae, but " this time on the ground, ■ And was kicked-severeiy on all points, ; . < and sometimes on the round. . . ^ But reinforcemen...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

BALL. The ball which followed in ihc ev ening was another successfiil func tion and clearly . demonstrated the .public's desire to respond to deserv ing calls. - About. 120-couples wercs present, which taxed the dancing I'apucUy of the. hall ot its fullest extent. Visitors •were present from the surrounding ■ centres, including Goulburn, Kiufis dale, Roslyn and Crookwoli. - The decorations were again wtrried out by Mr. and Mrs. Keating, and re flected the greatest credit on these willing workers* who ire certainly - possessed with more than <:r'iin;t>y artistic ability. tylr. Roy Gordon sucocR'ifi'.ll;- r:ir Tied out the onerous duties of Tvl.C. The music was supplied by tile Hand Orchestra—Messrs. Matt Kin lays'oii, Jack Dale and Roy Menzies. The Band, Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Barry Master Croker, Major Twynam and Miss Phyllis Wilson also contributed. The ' supper room arrangements were in charge of Mesdames G. C. Goodh'ew, Keith Mcintosh, S. Thorburn B. Conor (Bannaby), G....

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Anniversary Day Celebrations. BAND DAY. SPORTS AND BALL LIBERALLY PATRONISED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

. Anniversary Day Celebra . tions. BAND DAY, ;SPORTS AND BALL LIBERALLY PATRONISED. Band Day was ^.inaugurated - on Monday In the Park under happy and favourable conditions. The day wag an ideal one for a --^.sports • meeting — bright sunshine .-/blended with a gentle easterly breeze tempted a large gathering to respond ■.to.-the committee's appeal for funds. • The large gathering assembled were -^united in. their efforts to give the committee their help ungrudgingly, -and whole-heartedly did they respond • to the various and many calls made ; oil: their purses by an energetic and ■ untiring committee consisting of the • President (Mr. C. S. Bradbury) and • /Messrs. Angus Alders, Tom Burge, >.Garry McDonell, George "Goodhew, -Keith • Mcintosh, Jack Swan, J. .1. Francis, and the enthusiastic Secre tary (Mr. C. P. Goodhew), who'had • thoughtfully arranged all details. • In-addition to those already men ■ tioned, Mrs. Eddie Croke, Misses Ed na Capon, Con. Francis, Molly Mcin tosh, G...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PONIES. ROSEBERY PARK TO-DAY. Selections By "Spearfelt." ROSEBERY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

PONIES. ROSEBERY PARK TO-DAY.^ ' Selections By "Spearfelt." ; -ROSEBERY "CUP. r First Division.--. Dulcc Marsh, 1; Jackaramla, 2 Reshoon, 3, - • • Second Division/. - Deroulede,- 1; Upstart,^ 2; : SItpnull, 3. • Third • Division. Floorak,11; Threefold, 2*; .-Arabinarsh, 3. . , ROSEBERY HANDICAP. Swift Shot, 1; The. Prince, 2; , i":. Boss Cocky, .3...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACING. MOORFIELD RACES TO-DAY. Selections By "Spearfelt." KOGORAH STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

RACING. MOORFIELD RACES TO-DAY. Selections. By "Spearfelt." KOGORAH STAKE?. ' First Division'. Kentucky Boy, 1; Taneita; 2; Fakir," 3. Second Division. True AVish,' 1; ,'Asako, 2; - • ' Alisljar,. 3. FLYING HANDICAP.- ~ Woodville, 1; Orage, 2; ■ Translator,1 3. NURSERY.HANDICAP. Prince Getinge, 1; \Virruna,2; Baidoreu, 3. THREE-YEAR-OLD; HANDICAP. ■> ~ ' First Division. Yerrubil, 1; Border Chief, 2; / . . King's Digliton, 3. Second Division. :. ■••Factor,':slv Iiambero, .■ 2; • ; , ^Critic, 3. •. . MOOREIELD HANDICAP. - Gloir Song, 1; Farceur,- 2; • ■ - - Lexy, 3. ' WELTER HANDICAP. : St.'Bridejyl;' Brown Bread, '2;; • BomBtick, 3. _ >

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VALEDICTORY MR. AND MRS. SANDERSON FAREWELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

VALEDICTORY MR. AND MRS. SANDER80N FARE WELLED. .Taralga was truly en l'ote on last Wednesday- evenihg'oh tlie occasion of a public farewell to Mr. and" Mrs; Sanderson on the eve of their depar ture to Yenda; a rising township in the Murrumbidsee Area, to whefe Mr. Sanderson has been appointed-head •master o£ the public school. The farewell was in the form of a' social evening 'and presentation. ' • • The gathering, which assembled in the Federal Hall, was perhaps the largest and most representative Been, in that building at such a function ; for many years, and included residents from every part of the district, all de clrous of paying a tribute of appre siation to- the departing guests. ; 'i/AJjout- 8.30 the guests of the even ing arrived amidst thunderous ap plause. Cr. J. J. Walsh, President of the'Mulwaree Shire Council, wlio pre sided, opened the evening with a very pleasing speech of farewell, touching strongly on Mr."Sanderson's war ser vices, his services to the .civic and ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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CRICKET TARALGA v. TARLO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

CRICKET TARALGA v. TARLO. This match was played on the Tar alga wicket on Saturday afternoon last and resulted in a win for the home team by 71 runs on the first in nings. Tarlo's first knock only realised •18 runs, A.. Dezius (6 for 33) and E. Perry (4 for 11) being responsible for-this small score. Scores:— TARALGA. R. Gordon, b McDonald ...... . 0 J. Menzies, run out ...... -14 A. Dezius, c Cunningham; b Me Kenell .. .. .. ...... 22 •M. 'S. Viles, b McDonald .. v. 1 C. ■ C. Bradbury, b J. Todkill .. C W.. J. Sanderson,- b J. Todkill .. 5 Croke, b .1. Todkill -34 E.'Perry, b Cunningham v.- .. .. . 0 J. Byrne, c McDonald; b McKeii ell 15 G.. C.. Goodhew, c Todkill^ b Cun ningham .' \ 5 S. Bradbury, not out \. 1 Sundries -18 Total 121 ■ ■■■■:_■■■■:■■■ TARLO—First .Innings. t C. Todkill, b Dezfus .. .. v.. .V fi J.' Brown, c. Dezius, b Perry.. .-3. F. Lyons, b Perry .... .. .... . , 4 M. Cunningham, b Perry , 0 M. McKerrell, b Dezius . .... .. .. . . 3 J. Todkill,^ b Dezius ........ ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

GOLSPIE . (From Our Correspondent). .WEATHER. . The season continues- to be satis , factory.- A .stormy change last week ,-resulted in a rainfall of GO points. -Seldom lias the district looked so Veil in January with green feed In i every paddock. v - ' ■ r ' ■ ' .TENNIS. ' ■ Mr. H. E. Gibbes, formerly of Gols pie, was a competitor in the Austral asian Championships at the White City courts. during the week-end, hut -met trouble in the last round, draw ing against R. E. Schlesingeiv of the Davis Cup team. However, our. dis trict man performed , creditably, be ing- defeated - 0-1, 6-3. FIVE HUNDRED. The- "Echo" tournament is catch ing on here, and about half a dozen challenges- are to hand. The knock out tournament created^a l'evv" sur surprises, as a number of the "guns" went out quickly and never- looked like winning. "A couple of Kicliland player's took part, but*-it is rumoured that they were non-triers. Probably a challenge will come l'roni them later on. -The • winners,- '-Mess...

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WOMBEYAN. (From Our. Correspondent.) SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

WOMBEYAN. (From Our. Correspondent.) SICKNESS. ' A little girl named Lawrence, a grandchild of Mr. Verm, of'Abercro'm bie River, was conveyed - to the Goul bnrn Hospital ' last week •suffering from appendicitis.' An operation was performe'd and it was found-that iit was one-of the worst cases that had -come into the- institution. The' little sufferer-is now doing well. . ". Mr. and Mrs. John Fleming , have just returned from' Canberra," where they spent their holidays with their son Arthur". (Jack), who is at present head foreman on Parliament House • construction. ", • . <•.' ' VISIT OF MR. OAKES. . The Chief. Secretary (Hon. C. W. Oakes) .visited the Caves last, Sun day, 25th inst., the object-of his vis . it being mainly in, regard to the elec tric lighting of the Caves and ex tended > accommodation for /visitors. ; He was interviewed; by" your cor respondent and informed same that :he, was very, much in favour, of in stalling the hydroelectric scheme for -the Caves...

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BILLIARD LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

BILLIARD LICENSE. An application was- made • at - the Taruiga l'olicc Court " on. Tuesday* last for a billiard license for' prem-. lses situated in Orchard-street,- C.:,y.: Da^soi^Jjeiiig the applicant. -1 .

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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The Wombeyan Caves. HON. C. W. OAKES' VISIT. Deputation Meets Him at Taralga. MINISTER PROMISES TO ELECTRIGALLY LIGHT THE CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

The Wombeyan Caves. HON. C. W. OAKES' VISIT. Deputation Meets Him at Taralga. MINISTER PROMISES TO ELECTRIGALLV LIGHT THE CAVES. The Hon. C. W. .Oakes; Chief . Sec retary and Minister for Health, wlio is oil his annual tour of inspection of the tourists resorts in the southern portion of the State, received a .depu tation ot Mudie's Hotel 011" Sunday; morning last consisting of the follow-.; ing citizens:—Cr..J.. J. Walsh .(Pre££ dent of the Miilwaree Shire Council^] Messrs. George Goodhew, M: . S. VJles;: Cecil Mooney, John .Fitzgibbon, .XCJ.f Francis, W. B.-.Chesher, Garry Mc; Donell, ,t. Moloney. S. G. Grosvenoliv T. W. Burge, A. E.- Swan"-,W.~~ H: Bradbury and W. J. Jeffery. Cr.Walsh, in speaking oil behalf of-the deputation,' asked ' the Miniated what his Department contemplated: doing in regard; =;to the aceommoda-; tion - and lighting -of the./\y6mbeya1r Caves as promised by him some tjme ago. Cr. Walsh pointed out that'in yiew of -the increasing patronage..tlje, Caves were r...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

Wedding bells. McALISTER—HANDLEY.   On Wednesday,. 21st inst., a pretty wedding was solemnised at St. Ig-   natius' Church, Taralga, the contract- ing parties being Mr. James McAlis- ter and Miss Phillis Handley, daugh- ter of Mr. Phil Handley, of Yalbraith. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Father Ryan. The organist played the Bridal March from Lorengeive as the bride and her father walked up the aisle, and Mendlesohn's Wedding March on their leaving the church.   The bride was given away by her   father and was attended by Miss Naomi Kennedy, and wore a frock of crepe-de-chine with pearl trimmings and conventional wreath and veil. She also carried a shower bouquet of white roses, the gift of the bride- groom. Miss Kennedy was gowned in pink georgette and hat to tone. She wore a gold brooch, the gift of the bride- groom. Mr. Harry McAlister, brother of the bridegroom, was-best man. Mrs. Handley, mother of the bride, wore navy...

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THE OLD HOME. (Originally published in the "Sunday Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 January 1925

THE OLD HOME. (Originally published in the "Sunday   Times.")   There's a stretch of level country, where the sweetbriar grows,   outback; Where the wattle trees in Spring- time shower with gold the bridle track; Where the sheep camp 'neath the gum trees and the plovers call at dark; And you hear the 'possum scampering along the stringy hark.     There's an old house in the country   with its rambling walls so white, Where the elder trees and ivy shed their fragrance to the night;   Where the rustling willows whisper, as the sunset dyes the west,—   Whisper secrets of the children, and of tired eyes closed to rest.   There's a corner in the country, where life's cares are laid aside; There tenderest thoughts keep sentin- el like stars at eventide, Where the heat of day is ended, and the cypress, sighing, waves, And throws its lengthening shadow across the peaceful gra...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 29th January:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

WOOL REPORT Scluite, Bell & Co., Ltd., report un der date 20tli January:— Although the improved competition which has developed this week was well maintained at our sale oir,Wed nesday, buyers' ideas of value were still so much' below those of many ow ners that a considerable proportion of our catalogue had to be passed-in, practically the whole . of two large clips being withdrawn altogether. Ger man, Japanese and local buyers .were the mainstay of the market,".and at times competition was animated to a point, but the impression that there is a fairly, general determination amongst buyers as a whole to lower, prices gains ground amongst owners whose tendency is to resent.such at titude strongly in view of the'demon strated shortness of production rel atively to. world's requirements of wool. ' There will be a short break in sales here now to enable another series to be held in Brisbane, and it would not be at all surprising to find a more buoyant tonin evidence when busi ne...

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