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SHOW FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
SHOW FIXTURES. Wollongong ......... Jan.-29, 30, 31. Tahmoor and Couridjah . .Feb. 13, 14. | Guyra ' ... Feb. 17, 18, 19. Blaclctown,.. .. Fob. 27, 28. Manning River .. .. March 4, 5, .6. Rerrima .. ... .. .. .. March 5, 6, 7. Mudgee .. . .. March 10, 11, 12; Taralga .. March 12, 13. Crookwell .. .... • • March 19, 20, 21. Cooma .... .... .. .. March 25 26. R. A. S. of N.S.W. .. .•.'April 6-to 15; Gloucester j.L j_.. A , ..... April 22, 23.
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
SWIMMING. Mr. Jim Moloney is proud o£ the good showing made liv George White, N. Murray, Les CroUe, Jim AVebb, and Bill Kelly, oC the local clnb, at' the recent swimming carnival. Jim declares that if the boys , had . only received' a decent spin the finals would-have been a cakewalk for them, as they woir their heats decisively, rand as a result they were re-liandl capped.- Ask Jim what followed. , "Ginger" struck a stormy : passage in his heat,' shipping heavy Beas over •liisbows..."Notwithstanding, this he : won his heat by a street. : Murray was the surprise packet, -and-by winning his heat with ease showed that he is capable of holding his ; own with, the best of 'em. He was chosen as one of the Goulburn representatives against Sydney later in the evening. iJim says that he is hoping to give Crookwell a helping hand with their carnival by taking a'team of swimm ers across. ; N * - ' , - The- local baths ai'e in good order and are well patronised each week end, and large entries...
Taralga Special Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
Taralga Special Sale. C'lias. S Bradbury- reports having •held a very successful sale on Satur day last, when 2500 sheep and: 200 head ol' cattle were yarded; The market for sheep was slightly easier, while cattle were about on a Par with the previous' sale.' ' . The whole of the sheep were sold with the exception of 70 wethers, and •.a.clearance of the whole oftlie cattle mVhs effected. . 'Best young ewes, 2 tooth, made'31/;. crossbred ewes, :il/U; wethers, 26/ to "2S/C; lambs, 2G/ to 2G/3; aged -slieop, from 15/. Cattle.-rBcst bullocks to X7/17/G; ■ young • steers, 24 years, £5/11/ to •''£0; cows, fat, to £0/0/; others £4 to £5/5/; heifers, to to 3 years, JC3 .to &S/15/.
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
Progress Association. A notice of the annual'meeting of the above appears in this issue, and the committee will he glad to see a a large and representative attend- • ance of the general public. j The Progress Association has done milch.Tor the town and district and we'-think, as grateful appreciation of the committee's efforts, that the pub lic should come along, and join up. Much still remains for the associa tion to do, alid as a public body, 'Government '.Departments and other bodies respect 'its repi'esentativus. I
Taralga A., P. &H. Society. DISTRICT EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
Taralga A., P. &H. Society. DISTRICT EXHIBIT. * Districts are asked by tlie commit tee "to get into touch with Mr. M. S. Viles, the organiser,- regarding . par-: titulars, etc., concerning "district ex hibits. ■* ■ The prize for tliis event is £5/5/ and tliophy by Mr. Fred Chapman (Overland Car Coy.) value £G/5/. Up to dale Golspie and Cliatsbury contemplate euteriiig. Wo uiuler: stand that both Richlands and Ban naby are now moving in- the matter. The committee .and the organiser, appeal*'to the' residents in each dis trict to give their", hearty ■ co-opera tion. The. products, can be produced to advantage. The proposition re duires just a little push and we feel sure that, .with other ihovations, the committee propose" to introduce, the forthcoming Show'will; be easily the most successful held yet. Support your Show! Work for its kuccusb! -
Sydney Fat Stock. EXEREMELY LIGHT SUPPLIES. The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co op. Co. writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
Sydney Fat Stock. EXEREMELY LIGHT SUPPLIES. - 'ilie Secretary, Farmers & (.!raziers' Co pp. Co. writes:— ' ' Monday being a public. holiday, .sales were held at Homebush 011 Tues day, 27tli January, The . supplies—sheep, less than 4000 and cattle 2100—were smallest offer ed, for sonie considerable 'time,- con sequently. a dearer.tone characterised both sheep and cattle. j For sheep the opening sales were 1/- above the rates ruling at the sale of the 22nd January but prices quick ly.advanced as the sales progressed, and the market closed in all-grades showing an improvement of 2/- to 'if-, with occasional sales or good mer inos, 4/- to 5/- dearer. The quality of the yarding was only fair. Medium classes formed the bulk ol' the penn fug. . • . - Our leading sales were:—A/c'11. A. Belling, lllabo, 50 CBL&H to 43/1 avg. 42/-," a/c G. R. B. Williams, lll abo. 5S" XSIvRS to 42/10 avg. 40/7. a./c E. B. Wood, Currabubula, XW 43/7, XE 40/4. CATTLE PRICES HOLD. There was ,a go...
Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
Presbyterian Church, On Sunday .morning last the Rev.-; Vardrc James delivered u sevmou" lor; children which was • greatly; enjoyed by the large congregation.. . . During the service recitations were given by Misses Alma -aud ;!Laurie Thorley,'Jean and Mavis Peden, Bar nie Ross, aud Master Gordon I'Vtin : cis. Duets were sung by Misses Cecily Viles and Alma Thorley' and •-■Master • Noel and W. James, and"a trio by Misses Consie Francis; Bern ie Ross and Alma Thorley. Chqrnses by Misses' Maggie FiUgibbon, 'Ida James, Lizzie Howlett, Bernie Ross, Alma Thorley, Laurie Thorley, Ccc il.v. Viles, Mollie Goodhew, and Coil . sic Francis and Masters Noel James, W. James, Gordon Francis and W. Corner. The Rev. • James and Mr. Matt. Finlayson presided at the organ.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & CO. Ltd., SYDNEY. : WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Write for WAYBIIA8. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K- do L. OUDMORE, Manager. ^rmnnwiai SYDNEY WORLD-WIDE WOOL CENTRE: rpHE AUSTRALIAN WOOL CLIP is now so well established' among tlVe Nations o£ the World as to make un INTERNATIONAL. PRO DUCT from which our wealth is drawn.. To obtain this result is to choose the Salesmen with 'Modem' and '• Commodious WOOL STORES with splendid LIGHTING FACILITIES and an Expert Staff, so that BUYERS froni all parts of the World can buy the Wool under Ideal Conditions. . ■ PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. will assure you of all these AD-' VANTAGES—therefore communicate with WOOL, PRODUCE, SHEEP. CATTLE A- PIG SALESMEN, SYDNEY. ' S. A. BUFINS, ^ TIMBER. MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street - GOULBURN. I Telephone 412. WHAT THIS BANK DOES V SAVINGS BANK DEPARTM...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
WEDDING BELLS. DR. KATHLEEN CLOUSTON MAR- RIES. CUNNINGHAM—CLOUSTON. &nbsp; &nbsp; The marriage was celebrated on January 12 at the Presbyterian &nbsp; Church, Glebe point, of Kathleen Clou- ston, youngest daughter of the late &nbsp; Professor T. E. Clouston, and Mrs. Clouston, of Sydney, to John H. Cun- ningham, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cunningham, of Ashfleld. The bride, who was giyen away by her brother, Dr. T. B. Clouston, wore a gown of ivory satin, trimmed with Brussels point lace, and caught to the side with a trail of ostrich fea- thers and a pearl buckle. She wore a beautiful veil of Brussels lace, and her train was of the same material as her frock. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The bridesmaids, Misses R. Litch- field and M. Cunningham, wore re- spectively frocks of sunset and jade georgette, and wore black hats and &nbsp; carried posies to tone with their frocks Dr. J. Shepherd Laidley was the best man, and Mr...
OBITUARY. WELL-KNOWN PASTORALIST PASSES. MR. W. J. BARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
OBITUARY. &nbsp; WELL-KNOWN PASTORALIST &nbsp; &nbsp; PASSES. &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. W. J. BARRY. &nbsp; The death took place at St. John of God's Hospital, Goulburn, on Satur- day last of William James Barry, sec- ond eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John &nbsp; Barry, of "Hillcrest," Myrtleyille, at the age of 52 years. Expert aid had been procured, both in Sydney and Goulburn, without &nbsp; avail, however, and the deceased grad- ually grew worse and died as stated after a long and painful illness. The late Mr. Barry, who was un- married, had resided with his par- ents practically all his life. He was recognised as a fine judge of both cattle and sheep. This know- ledge was of immense value to him in buying and selling successfully. The deceased had a very large cir- cle of friends, all of whom admired him for the sterling qualities which ho possessed. He was a gentleman of the strictest business integrity and most gentlemanly ...
On the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 7 February 1925
On the Land. He was a lanky country youth, &nbsp; Known as "That cove of "Bess's"' For he her sweetheart was, in truth, And paid her his addresses. He dined at her place once a week (That way the thing commences) And there for hours he'd sit and speak About the crops and fences. In vain Bess tried to lead his feet In pathways more romantic; He'd talk about the blight in wheat And nearly drove her frantic; He never thought to squeeze her hand Like men of courting habits. But spoke about the tax on land And how to poison rabbits. Bess thought the matter out alone, With this determination: "A bush-bred girl should hold her own At rural conversation." Next time he came she let him talk Until her dad forsook him, Then "Come," said she, "well take a walk," And river-ward she took him. &nbsp; "Since you're so fond of talking shop I'll show you my selection!" Upon the brink she made him stop And view his own reflection. &nbsp; He grinned a grin that lined his face Wi...
Crookwell Special Sale OF SHEEP AND CATTLE. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1925. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925
Crookwell Special Sale OF SHEEP AND CATTLE. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1925 O. H. Furner and Co. report having lieltl a most successful special sale of both sheep and cattle at the Crook well sale.vards on Tuesday last. There was a very marked improvement in the market as compared with sales during the past couple of . weeks. Every yard of sheep offered was sold, and the whole of the cattle, with the exception of two or three pens. There fore practically a complete'clearance was effected at prices highly satis factory to vendors. There was a thousand more sheep yarded than ad vertised, and the full number of cattle were penned. Buyers were well in attendance, being present from Wya &lt;long, Goulburn, Gunning, Cowra, Bigga, Turalga, Tueiia, and local cen tres. The following prices were realis ed:— .Sheep.—Merino wethers, 4, 6, and S tooth, 29/7 to 34/; merino wethers, 2 and.4 tooth, 2S/ to 32/11; comeback wethers, 30/ to 33/1; merino ewes, 31/ to 32/0; merino lambs, 27/10'to 28/9...
RABBIT SKINS. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 5th February:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925
RABBIT^SKINS. ; - Scliute, Cell & Co., Ltd., repodt un der date 5tli February:— At to-day's sales, prices wore 25 to 33 per cent, above the rates ruling at the corresponding period last year, and, on the'"average, every skin is worth 4d. The shortage last season of Russian and Canadian £urs lias ceu tred interes the on Australiat rabbit, with the result that we are obtaining prices for our summer skins that we are obtaining prices for our summer skins that seem out of all proportion for the quality offering. Fifty-six and a-half tons were submitted. 1st out goings 52Jd. to 5Gd. per lb.; 2nd and 3rd outgoing 47Jd to 51d.; racks 54*d to 47d..' 1st pelts 53d to 55U.; 2nd pelts 44id to 46Jd.; 3rd pelts 34d to 3Gd.; does 36d to 40d.
WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd., report under date 5th February:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925
WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd., re port under date 5th February:— Owing to sales being held in Bris bane this week no auctions have been held here. The Sydney sales will be resumed on Monday, and on Tuesday we purpose submitting a catalogue of 3550 bales, which will include an' at tractive selection. During the past fortnight sales have been held in Brisbane, Melbourne, Geelong, Adelaide, and Perth, and the sales liav§ been brought to a close in London. In all these markets a de cline in values amounting to from 5 to 15 per cent, on December values has been experienced, and withdrawals have been large, reaching from 30 to 50 per cent, of the offerings. As a rule, the catalogues ~ have contained a .good selection and the proportion of faulty wools has been small. Prior to the New Year it was gene rally expected that the market would improve as the season advanced, and it was thought that the decline es tablished in December would be fully recovered in later sales. Heavy ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925
BY Rogers' Quality Furniture selecting your Furniture from our Store, you will llud it easy to furnish your liome just as your taste dictates. You can choose from _ a most comprehensive variety of simple and artiBtic designs ol modern furniture at a minimum af expense. t . - ROGERS' QUALITY linked with ROGERS' REASONABLE PRICES Will give you the Greatest Return for your money. BEDROOM SUITE As iMustra'e(l' iu PACIFIC OAK, comprising Wardrobe, 3ft. wide, with bevelled mirror door" and paritl. - ends, fitted with hat shelf and hooks for hanging; Dressing Table, 3ft. wide, swing mirror, yVer shelf and ,2 long drawers; Washstand, 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 Washstand, and with 3 long^drawers in Dress ing Table, with Wardrobe 3ft. 6in. wide; Dressing Table "ft. wide, and Pedestal Cupboard. Price .. .. .. £18/10/0. •WITH'Wardrobe 3ft. 6in. wide, fitted witfh dra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925
TARALGA Sale Show Booths CHAS S. BRADBURY J-JAS received instructions from Taralga A., P., and II. Society to sell by auction, at Mudie's Hotel, on SATURDAY, 14th INST., at. 1.30— No. 1: Publican's Booth No. 2: Committee, Judges, and Public Luncheon Stall No. 3: Fruit, Soft Drinks, and Coun ter Lunch. TARALGA. ST, LUKES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Annual Fete and Sports SHOW GROUND, SATURDAY, FEB. RUARY 21st, 1926. SPORTS PROGRAMME: Flag Races on Horseback and Motor Cycles. j Tug-o'-War, Motor Tyre Race, for Roys under II. " Shfcep Guessing Competition. j Sports Events to suit Young and Old. Auction Sale of Gifts on Ground. Donations in Cash and Kind Thank fully received. Luncheon 12.30. Ladies Provide. Taralga Crass Band in Attendance. W. P. PEARCE. Hon. Sec. A Grand Concert Proceeds In aid of Goulburn District Hospital. FEDERAL HALL, TARALGA. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 27. *J>HE programme will be contributed by a number of Leading Artists, j Ticket: 3/ and 2/. SOCIAL TO FOLLOW. Admission: Gent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925
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, 33x27, £10/10/ No. 5 W, 36x27, £11/5/ Priccs F.O.R. Sydney The above Prices aio for Stovo with Extended Fire Box, made specially for country use, to burn long leDgtbs of wood fuel. WE CAN ALSO SUPPLY METTERS, BEACONLIGHT, 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.
WHERE THE TRACTOR SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925
WHERE THE TRACTOR SCORES. This season, has proved au eye opener to many farmers, who consider that the day o£ the liorse ia nearly done; that tractors are the best means of treating the large wheat areas. With horses, unless a farmer has spare teams, only short days can be worked, whilst with the tractor there is no stoppage or delay in getting the machines into the field. Time is a valuable factor to the farmer, for, when the crop is ready for stripping the quicker it is taken off the better, and the loss from storms and winds is not so great. Many Hay farmers this year hud practically no plant for their.wheat harvest, and have had to rely on the renting of other plant after that the owner had completed other work. The wind and rain' early in the month played havoc with some of the crops, and those who arc still harvesting are having ttaoir trying time harvesting tangled cropH. The tractor is also scoring over the horses in regard' to thistle-infested paddocks, into which the horse...