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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

SEND YOUR WOI &SKINS, SCHUTE BELL iP£ TO 44 BRIDGES! 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
Taralga Co-operative Dairy Company. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

Taralga Co-operative Dairy Company. cmri'f half-yearly meeting. CS -J The half-yearly general meeting of shareholders of the above wes held.,, ill the Federal Hall on the 30th nit. The chairman of directors (Mr. C. D. Keith) presided. Also the follow ing other directors were present:—: Messrs. Owen Maher, AV. J. Cree, P. McAlister, J. J. Walsli, G. C. Goodhew, J. J. Francis, P. McAlister. Share holders present were: Messrs. W. Awylward, J. .1. Cusack,. T. L.1 Fitz gibbon, J. Sinclair, —. Cusaclt, K. Mcintosh, 3. Marmont, D. Mullaney, John Baxter, W. J. McPaul, B. McAl ister, J. Howard, and J. Gusack. Mr. H. L. Allmit (manager of the local branch of the Bank of -N.S.W.) was also present. 1 The adoption of the report and bal ance-sheet was moved by the chair man and seconded by Mr. W. .J. Mc Paul. Extracts from the report are' as follows:— ' We beg to report that we have completed the audit of the accounts of Taralga Co-operative Dairy Com pany, Limited, and that we have pro pared the...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Taralga Police Court. (Heard before Messrs. H. B. Whiting and W. M. Fitzgibbon, Js.P., on Saturday morning last.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

Taralga Police Court. (Heard before MesBrs. H. B. Whiting and W. M. Fitzgibbon, Js.P., on Saturday morning last.). . Michael Hayes was charged with stealing a sum of-money,-" to wit, 8/, the ■property-;of John. Roche, of Tar alga. Hayes pleaded guilty. John Roche deposed: X reside at Taralga and am the proprietor of the .Riclilands Hotel. I saw. the accused, Michael Hayes, yesterday, the 30th day of January. I saw the accused with his hand in my cash till. I was coming out of the parlour joining the bar. I spoke to accused and ask ed him what , lie meant: by robbing the till.\ I said, "Yon have money in your hand; you took it out of the till; hand it over to me." He replied, "Here you are, take it." 1 then re ported the matter to the police. The accused handed me back , the 8/. Tliere was £8.or a little more in tlie till at tlie' time. The accused could reach the . till from the front of the bar. The accused was. leaning over •the. bar with' his hand in the till when I saw him and s...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Crookwell Special Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

Crookwell Special Sale. ^ \V. II. Wheatley reports having held: a special sale of sheep and cattle^at Crookwell on the 30th January. Nearly S000 sheep and GOO ca.ttle were yarilcd to a good attendance of buyers from Riverina, Cooma, Gunda gai, Goulburn, Burrowa and lbcal cen tres. Prices were hot equal to De cember rates and two yards of sheep and several yards of cattle were with drawn. Merino wethers, 3 and 4 years, l'rom 27/6 to 32/; merino "vvethers; 2 years, 28/ to 30/; merino ewes, 3 and' 4 years, 27/U to 29/; merino ewes, 2 and 3 years, to 32/; comeback weth c:s*. to 2!)/; comeback ewes, 26/. to 2S/; comeback lambs, 25/ - to 26/6; aged ewes. 16/ to 23/6; .merino lambs, 21/6 to 28/; fat xbred lambs, to-30/. Fat Cattle; Good Yarding.' Bull ocks. medium weight, £6/15/ to -£8 10/; cows, good quality, £6 to £7/7/; heifers, 3 years, £4/15/ to £6. Store Cattle: Steers, 3 years, £5 5/ to £6; 2 years, £4 to £4/10/; yearlings, £2/10/ to £3; poddies, 24/ to 30/; cows, with calves £4/15/...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

TAKALGA Wild West Pictures ' TO-NIGHT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7 th. "THE LONE STAR RANGER.": "THE LONE STAR RANGER." "THE LONE STAR RANGER." • "THE LONE STAR RANGER." Featuring BUCK JONES (The Jockey) and CLYDE COOK. N ALSO "GRAIL." "GRAIL." "GRAIL." J . "GRAIL." Featuring DUSTIN FARNUM. , Coming, Saturday. 14th Feb.:. Harold Hovd s great comedy treat "SAFETY LAST." Prices as usual. ' // TARALGA. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND Annual Fete and Sports SHOW GROUND, SATURDAY, FEB RUARY 21st, 1925. SPORTS PROGRAMME: " Flag Races on Horseback and Motor Cycles. Tiig-o'-Warl Motor Tyre Race, for Boys under 14. . - Sheep Guessing Competition/ v • Sports Events to suit Young and Old. Auction Sale o£ Gifts on Ground.'"; Donations in Cash and/Kind Thank fully received. • Luncheon 18(30. Ladies Provide. Taralga Brass Band in Attendance. W. P. PEARCE, Hon. Sec; TARALGA - SPORTS WILL BE HELD ON THE SHOW GROUND ST. PATRICK'S DAY, MARCH 17th, 1925. . (In aid of Catholic School Building Fund.) GRAND CONCERT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

I'Olt THE Best Fruit in SeasdA ^ji also' Vegetables try COMING BROS., ;5 Telophono 20. •

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Plain Questions. FOR COUNTRY 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 — 7 February 1925

Plain Questions. FOR COUNTRY PARTY. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed ill the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) (BY. M. DIXON.) Various hints are now being thrown* out-;that the State elections maybe* held in March in order that, tlio Gov ernment may reap the benefit of the anti-Labor feeling engendered in cer tain quarters by the strike. . Labor supporters in Sydney are un derstood to be clamoring for a March election, but old campaigners, declare that this is merely bluff. Labor hopes, by pretending that it wants an elec tion in March, to influence the Gov ernment to put off the deciding day until May, when the strike will be forgotten. It may be taken for granted that the Government's advisors are too old to be caught so easily. If sir Geo. Fuller-can establish to his own sat isfaction that a March election will benefit his party, it will be Jield then; if not it will be postponed until May. It is all part of the party game as pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

TOT The Famous Younger Cooking Stoves No. 1 W, 24.x 24, £7/5/ No. 2 W, 27 x 24, £7/15/ No.3W, 30 x 2-1, £8/5/-' No.7 W, 33 x 27, £10/10/-; No. 5 W, 36 x 27, £11/5/ Prices F.O.R. Sydney , The above Prices ai e for Stove with Extended Fire Box. made specially for couutry use, to burn long lengths of wood-fuel. WE CAN ALSO SUPPLY METIERS," BEACON LIGHT, DOVER AND REGINA 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.

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Concert and Dance. FOR GOULBURN AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

Concert and Dance. FOR GOULBURN AND, DISTRICT HOSPITAL FUNDS. Arrangements are at present being made to'hold a concert, which will be followed by a dance in the Federal Hall, on Friday, 27th Inst., in' aid of the hospital funds. " » A concert party comprising Goul burn's leading artists, have promised to give their assistance. The arrange-• ments for their visit are being carrfed out by the organiser, Mr. E. J. Ful ton. A committee of local ladies and gen tlemen will carry out local arrange ments. Full particulars will appear next issue.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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The Taralga [?]o. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1924. THE STRAIGHT TIP. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

$[)x iantlga o. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1924. - THE STRAIGHT TIP. However modest the "Echo" may fjo-rin dimensions—its efforts. to sup ply readers with news of air the id eal happenings, it must be admitted, have' not been without success. Headers acknowledge this fact with out solicitation, and every week we find it necessary to print additional copies for batches of new.subscribers. Facts which speak for themselves. So much for that.. We do not wish to crow. Rather to get down to rock bottom business principles. The "Echo" cannot exist on its sale price. As a matter of fact such little more than pays Cor the paper on which-it is printed. ■ What it must have, • and will have—it" it is to continue publi cation—is advertising.. : ■< , *■ Those who are conducting' functions throughout the district-want to unbut ton a bit. The "Echo" is not a ben •evolent institution; it is a commer cial enterprise. Up to the present we have been: pretty generous; paragraphs, -have been insert...

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(Published by Arrangement.) PENALISING THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) PENALISING THE POOR. .Does Prohibition work asks the well-known writerfi Cecil IlobertB, in ... the "Westminster Gazette." • He practically points out where .it fails in regard to the different classes o£ society. "The rich and the middle classes can got all the drink they want, of good uuality, at fair prices, , without the risk of even, incouveni ence. Nearly every house I have been . : . in has its private cellar. The cock tail is still supreme. "The jewellers' windows are" fill ed with choice samples of hip flasks ; for carrying liquor. Nearly every ;' ■ club porter' has a private income from his traffic with the members. The bar tenders in every club bar • have an array of private bottles ■" deposited by their clients. The law . is totally and easily ignored. "The result is that the leisured and , comfortable classes may drink, the working classes may not. It is not .- democratic, o£ coursc. Ono wonders - what -the Statue of Liberty feels . , "about ...

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LOCAL and GENERAL GOLSPIE CATHOLIC CHURCH SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

LOCAL and GENERAL GOLSPIE CATHOLIC CHURCH SPORTS. . ^ The public are reminded that these sports will "be held on Saturday af ternoon, lath inst. The Taralga Band will, render a programme of music during the- after noon. ' ' - . • At night a hail will be held in the Golspie Hall.

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

WIT A20) HUMOR. We met Dick and party returning .- from a fishing trip to the Abercrom bie. "What luck?" we inquired. "Oh, rotten! „ wes the answer, "lost ail our luggage." "How did that happen?" - we asked. "Oh," said Dick, "the cork came out of the bottle." ♦ » > - The Boss: How is it, my boy, you always make a perfect hash of ev erything I give you? Office Boy: Well, sir, I don't-know sir, unless it's because me mother keeps a boardin'.house. » » * The-new minister had just called on the Browns for the first time, and /being pressed'very hard to stay,'he consented. During the course of the :ineal the conversation -turned to for getfulness, and Mrs. Brown made men tion that forgetfulness was growing upon her more every day. "Even a .year ago," she said, "a friend of mine 'gave me an excellent jam recipe, and from that day to this I don't know where I put it." . Supper over, Mrs. Brown reached the large family bible down and asked the minister to read a chap .Her, to which reque...

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The Navvy. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

The Navvy, -Look not ill scorn as you puss him by, Let not "He's only u navvy" be your general cry For perhaps its, your lot to learn ero yet - . '• That as man meets man, so men are met. Just human specks in the Universe— Neither better, Neither worse Than the rest, of the vessels on life's ' sea, Drifting along to eternity. So you can give him a helping hand; Don't think him stupid; he'll under .. stand . That,although he thought himself so alone You made, him pause, and think of . "Home." For ! he's out In all the winds and weather, sometimes on the ' track; Sometimes "the works" are near a Town, sometimes the wild Out Back. And often he curses the breaking _. dawn, the cold, wet, misty raining morn, Praying to God he could get warm, v and again cursing the day he was ever born; So when the lights are burning dim, and slumber lias begun, Think of him only as a Man, some poor Mother's son. Building an Empire's railroads, mak ing a Nation's fame, Like the Anzacs did in years gone b...

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GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). ' There has been nothing .exciting here during the past week. The five hundred is the chief item of interest and matches for the championship are on every night. The present hol . ders,-- Messrs. G. Croker and M. J. > Toole, defeated Messrs. C. Chalker and J. J. Fitzgibbon on Monday even ing. This evening the holders meet J; H. and W. L. Cartwriglit, and four more challenges are in "the hands of the secretary at the present time. Work in connection with tjie dis trict exhibit for. the Show is pro ceeding quietly, but residents are not" hopeful of making- anything beyond a very ordinary display, as the sum mer frosts and hailstorms ruined all chance of a good production of fruit and vegetables. However,' we must do our best, and better luck next time. ' .The .Yaibraith' school lias been op ened since the" Christmas recess and a gentleman arrived to take up duty. - This is a boon to the residents "and as a creditable number of children are enrolled...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

Rogers' duality Furniture selecting your Furniture from our Store, you will find It, easy to furnish your home just as your taste dictates. You can choose from " .a most comprehensive variety of .simple and artistic designs of modern furniture at-a minimum of expense. 'ROGERS' QUALITY linked with ROGERS' REASONABLE PRICES Wlllgive you the Greatest Return ?or your money. "BEDROOM STTTTE ' As-illustrated, in PACIFIC OAK, comprising^ Wardrobe, 3ft. wide, with bevelled mirror, dotfi-'and panel jjSSFTg . ends, fitted with hat shelf and hooks, for hanging; Dressing Table,.3ft.-wider swing .mirror, _ over shelf*.and 2 long drawers; 3Vashstand, 2ft. 6in. wide, with Marble top and Tiled' back. Price ... .. ...... . . :. £15/17/6. THE same design in QUEENSLAND MAPLE, but with Pedestal Cupboard in lieu of Wnslistand, and. with. 3 long drawers in Dress ing Table, with Wardrobe 3ft. Gin. wide; Dressing Table 3ft. Wide,.and Pedestal-Cupboard. Price'.... ....... £18/10/0. WITH Wardrobe 3ft. Gin. w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

A WORD WITH WOMEN - .Many a woman endures with noble patience the daily misery of back ache, pains about the hips, nervous ness, dizziness and urinary disorders, hopeless of relief because she doesn't know what is the matter. It is not true that every pain in the back or hips is trouble, "peculiar to the sex." Often when the kidneys get congest ed or inflamed such aches and pains follow. You can tell it is kidney trouble if the secretions are dark coloured, contain sediment, thf pass ages are too frequent or scanty. Then help the weakened kidneys. Don't ex >pect them to get well alone. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have won the praise of thousands of women. Itead this statement: Mrs. J. Sweeney, • Goulburn-street, Crookwell, says: "I took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for a week and they fixed me up complete ly. I suffered a lot with backache, and I am sure my kidneys were the cause. These organs became, disor dered in some way and I had to put up with a lot of pain in ...

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TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 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.pbjectionable. While every care is taken, 110 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 Rates:—Casual 3/ per inch single column; contracts by ar rangement for 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 propri...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

PERSONAL. Miss Alma Pick; formerly o£ the Taralga Post Office staff, Is at present spending her holidays in Taralga. ' Mrs. Ross and her daughter Pearl, of Sydney, are-holidaying in Taralga: * * » Mrs. H. Marsh, of Goulburn. is also spending a few days in the town. Miss Cecily .Viles left on Tuesday last for a ladies' college in. Goulburn, .where she will attend as a pupil. Miss Viles possessed quite a lot of ability as a-song and dance artist" and her services will be very much-niisR ed at local and district concerts, where her items were always appre ciated. Before coming to Taralga Miss Viles regularly took part-in enter tairfments at Mosman." ♦ » « ' ... Miss May Chesher is ifttending.'Our Lady of Mercy College as a. pupil. * ♦ ♦ ■ .. -Messrs. George Goodhew, .:Cecil Mooney,- Jack Swan and Eddie. Croke left on Wednesday by cars for a fish ing excursion on the Murrunibidgee River below Bookliam, in the Yass district. The latter portion of the holiday will probably be spent on the...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925

CRICKET A scratch match was played on the local ground on Saturday between two teams selected from - the .-local club.; " Jack Byrne, after being missed at 15, scored 102 not out, by good sound cricket.- Clem Bradbury played : very attractively for 63. . Scores:— - . : , A. DEZIUS'S TEAM. G. Goodhew, c McCarthy, b Croke IS B. Lee, b Perry ..V. ; - 2 L. Kelly, c Perry, b . Byrne • ' 0 F. Lyons, b Perry ^ 1 C. C. Bradbury, b Perry G5 R. Gordon, h.o.w., 1) Perry r. .11 W. Keating, „h;o;\v.,;b Byrnei;V'P.'.-13 A. Dezius, c' and b -Finlaysou 13 H Bl«iy, b Perry .. .^ .. . 27 H. Bensley, b Perry . .. 0 Sudnnrdries .. .. 21 Total 168 E. PERRY'S TEAM. ^ 13 Perry, b Gordon \ . 0 .1. Byrne, not out .: . :■■■:. .. 102 M; Finlayson, c ard b Lyons ;. 12 A. Bishop, b Lyons ". 5 E. Croke, Q Lyons,;.-b 'Dezius 10. M. S." Viles, c Gordon, b Dezius 35 j C. P. Goodhew, c Gordon, b„Lyons ^ 35 Lee, b Dezius ... .- 2 T. McCarthy, not out r .. 0 C. Quinn, st. Dezius .*. ~. 0 G. Alders, c Keating, 'bvDeziu...

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